projected

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
öngörülen
planlanmış
öngörülmüş
öne sürülen
{f} hedefle
öne sürülen,v.hedefle: adj.hedeflenen
(Kanun) hedeflenen
project
proje

Tatoeba Projesi bizim sanal evimizdir. - Tatoeba Project is our virtual home.

Yönetici ve moderatörler en iyi dil aracı Tatoeba Project için çalışıyorlar. - Administrator and moderators are working for the best language tool, Tatoeba Project.

projected on
yansıtılan
projected to
tahmin
projected accumulation
(Sigorta,Ticaret) muhtemel birikim
projected accumulation benefit
(Ticaret) muhtemel birikim
projected depth
(Askeri) tasarlanan derinlik
projected dose
(Çevre) tahmini doz
projected dose
(Nükleer Bilimler) öngörülen doz
projected financial statement
(Ticaret) tahmini finansal tablo
projected financial statement
(Ticaret) proforma finansal tablo
projected map display
(Askeri) TASARLANAN HARİTA GÖRÜNTÜSÜ: Bir bakış yüzeyi karşısına gelen bir optik veya elektro-optik sistem kanalıyla tasarlanan bir harita veya deniz haritasının görüntülenen şekli
projected unit credit method
(Ticaret) öngörülen tazminat yöntemi
project
{f} yansıtmak
project
çıkıntı oluşturmak
project
beklemek
project
planını çizmek
project
öngörmek
project
(İnşaat) proje hazırlamak
project
(Avcılık) mermi atmak
project
tasar
project
(Askeri) projelendirme
project
sosyal konutlar
project

Proje üzerinde işbirliği yapmalıyız. - We should collaborate on the project.

Bay Tom Jones bu yeni iş için proje lideri olarak görev yapmayı kabul etti. - Mr Tom Jones has agreed to serve as the project leader for this new work item.

project
düşünmek
project
{f} hedefle
project
yöneltmek
project
tasarlamak
project
kurmak
project
joba çizmek
project
joba
project
plan

Okul kulüpleri yaklaşan okul yılı için yapmayı planladıkları kamu hizmeti projelerini açıkça ana hatlarıyla belirtmelidir. - School clubs need to clearly outline the community service projects they plan to do for the upcoming school year.

O ,projeyi iş arkadaşlarıyla birlikte planladı. - He planned the project along with his colleagues.

project
projenin
project
(Askeri) PROJE: Başarılacak bir iş, imal veya inşa edilecek herhangi bir şey ile ilgili olarak girişilmiş, belirli bir başlangıcı ve belirli bir sonu bulunan planlı teşebbüs
project
proje çizmek
project
çıkık olmak
project
{f} atmak
project
iz düşürmek
project
{f} planlamak
project
fırlatmak
project
yönetim
project
{f} from -den dışarı çıkmak, -den dışarı uzanmak. 5
project
{i} sosyal konutlar, sosyal konutlardan oluşan site
project
{f} projesini hazırlamak
project
fırlat/yansıt/tasarla
project
kenara doğru çıkmak
project
{i} tasarı
project
bir düzlem üzerinde
project
perdede göstermek
project
proje,v.hedefle: n.proje
project
layiha
project
izdüşürmek
project
{f} tahmin etmek, düşünmek, beklemek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
planned for the future; "the first volume of a proposed series
planned for the future; "the first volume of a proposed series"
{s} planned, programmed, scheduled
extending out above or beyond a surface or boundary; "the jutting limb of a tree"; "massive projected buttresses"; "his protruding ribs"; "a pile of boards sticking over the end of his truck"
past of project
projected balance
(Ticaret) A future estimated inventory balance calculated by taking the current on-hand inventory, adding scheduled receipts and subtracting requirements or allocations. In planning systems a projected balance is compared to the order point or safety stock level to determine the need to reorder
projected life
(Ticaret) The estimated useful period of a resource or system, based on time, number of cycles, units processed, or other factors
projected on
screened on -, displayed onto -
projected outcome
predicted result, forecast outcome (usually based on partial data used as an indicator)
project
A projectile
project
To make plans for; to forecast

The CEO is projecting the completion of the acquisition by April 2007.

project
To extend (a protrusion or appendage) outward
project
To present (oneself), to convey a certian impression, usually in a good way

It is difficult to gauge the exact point at which women stop trying to fool men and really begin to deceive themselves, but an objective analyst cannot escape the conclusion (1) that partly from a natural device inherent in the species, women deliberately project upon actual or potential suitors an impression of themselves that is not an accurate picture of their total nature, and (2) that few women ever are privileged to see themselves as they really are.

project
A projection
project
{v} to jut out, throw out, plan, contrive
project
{n} a scheme, plan, contrivance, design
project
as used in the AML program, a delineated area containing one or more abandoned mine land problems A project may be a group of related reclamation activities with a common objective within a political subdivision of a State or within a logical, geographically defined area, such as a watershed, conservation district, or county planning area
project
A planned undertaking or organized set of services designed to achieve specific outcomes that begin and end within the grant period (Note: a successful project could become an ongoing program of your organization )
project
cause to be heard; "His voice projects well"
project
A management tool used by the Agency prior to 1995 A project defines and documents objectives, purposes, outputs and inputs of a given program As currently used, the term is equivalent to activity Prior to 1995, term "project" was used as a term to refer to a specific grouping of activities that had been planned, reviewed and approved following the project-based programming system that existed In 1995, the Agency shifted to a results-based programming system, consistent with the Government Performance and Results Act
project
as, to project a line or point upon a plane
project
An extended, in-depth investigation of a topic, ideally one worthy of children's attention and energy Projects involve children in conducting research on phenomena and events worth learning about in their own environments
project
An activity, or a set of activities, carried out through a program that receives assistance under the Act, that results in a specific identifiable service or improvement that otherwise would not be done with existing funds and that does not duplicate the routine services or functions of the employer to whom participants are assigned
project
If you project a film or picture onto a screen or wall, you make it appear there. The team tried projecting the maps with two different projectors onto the same screen
project
FootPrints stores and tracks information in projects A project is a single database, which can have its own custom fields, options and users There is no limit to the number of projects that you can create in FootPrints You may choose to keep all of your data in a single project, or you can create multiple projects For example, one project can be used for helpdesk, while a second one is used for internal bug tracking
project
To throw or cast forward; to shoot forth
project
To form a project; to scheme
project
Generally, an organized set of activities more narrowly directed toward a common purpose or goal than a program that an agency undertakes or proposes to carry out its responsibilities The name associated with activities occurring at Level 4 in RaDiUS (RAND, 1997)
project
A related set of activities and milestones with a preset goal and timeframe that is designed as a specific event and not an ongoing process
project
A structure to complete a specific defined deliverable or set of deliverables A project has a specific begin date and end date, specific objectives and specific resources assigned to perform the work A project manager has overall responsibility and authority over a project When the objectives are met, the project is considered complete See 1 0 1 What is a Project? for more information
project
regard as objective
project
Under CEQA, a project is the whole of an action which has the potential to result in significant environmental change in the environment, directly or ultimately (See CEQA Guidelines Section 15378)
project
cause to be heard; "His voice projects well
project
An idle scheme; an impracticable design; as, a man given to projects
project
a complex assignment requiring broad competencies, usually interdisciplinary, and significant student initiative Can be comprised of performance, competition, collaborative activities Contrasted with activities that require less planning, decision-making Often used as both part of curriculum and as a basis for formal or informal performance assessment in lieu of a test
project
put or send forth; "She threw the flashlight beam into the corner"; "The setting sun threw long shadows"; "cast a spell"; "cast a warm light"
project
make or work out a plan for; devise; "They contrived to murder their boss"; "design a new sales strategy"; "plan an attack"
project
extend out or project in space; "His sharp nose jutted out"; "A single rock sticks out from the cliff"
project
present for consideration
project
Cost - The process of estimating budget requirements <04 04 01 02 01> Determine Benefit - The process of identifying the benefits of each recommended solution <04 04 01 02 02> Determine Physical Spatial Implications - The process of analyzing the physical presence of a proposed facility addition or change within its surrounding environment <04 04 01 02 03> Analyze Operational Impact - The process of determining the effect a new or changed facility will have on the use of surrounding facilities <04 04 01 02 04> Measure Predicted Impact - The process of assigning and weighing quantitative values assigned to impact data <04 04 01 02 05>
project
any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted; "he prepared for great undertakings"
project
If you project feelings or ideas on to other people, you imagine that they have the same ideas or feelings as you. He projects his own thoughts and ideas onto her
project
"Project" means the whole of an action which has a potential for resulting in a physical change in the environment, directly or ultimately, and that is any of the following: An activity directly undertaken by any public agency, including but not limited to public works construction and related activities, clearing of land, improvements to existing public structures, enactment and amendment of zoning ordinances, and the adoption or amendment of the General Plan pursuant to Government Code Sections 65100-65700 An activity undertaken by a person which is supported in whole or in part through public agency contracts, grants, subsidies, loans, or other forms of assistance from one or more public agencies
project
To cast (an image or shadow) upon a surface
project
project on a screen; "The images are projected onto the screen"
project
To draw or exhibit, as the form of anything; to delineate; as, to project a sphere, a map, an ellipse, and the like; sometimes with on, upon, into, etc
project
If something projects, it sticks out above or beyond a surface or edge. the remains of a war-time defence which projected out from the shore. a piece of projecting metal. see also housing project. Human Genome Project Manhattan Project Ozma Project Public Works of Art Project Three Gorges Dam Project WPA Federal Art Project
project
a planned undertaking
project
transfer (ideas or principles) from one domain into another throw, send, or cast forward; "project a missile"
project
A project is a detailed study of a subject by a pupil or student. Students complete projects for a personal tutor, working at home at their own pace
project
In the Apache Software Foundation, the term 'project' typically refers to a community focussed on one or more codebases, overseen by a PMC
project
If something is projected, it is planned or expected. Africa's mid-1993 population is projected to more than double by 2025 The government had been projecting a 5% consumer price increase for the entire year. a projected deficit of $1.5 million
project
A project is a task that requires a lot of time and effort. Money will also go into local development projects in Vietnam Besides film and record projects, I have continued to work in the theater
project
To cast forward or revolve in the mind; to contrive; to devise; to scheme; as, to project a plan
project
A planned endeavor, usually with a specific goal and accomplished in several steps or stages
project
A planned scholarly activity Sponsored projects are funded from a source outside the University
project
{i} plan, scheme, program; task, assignment, activity
project
draw a projection of
project
{f} plan, scheme; send, dispatch; throw, cast; screen (a film); stick out, overhang; present, relate (an image, idea, etc.); protrude
project
An urban low-income housing building
project
transfer (ideas or principles) from one domain into another
project
An intervention that consists of a set of planned, interrelated activities designed to achieve defined objectives within a given budget and a specified period of time
project
A project, as used in relationship to General Systems, is an idea or concept that posses (or will posses) a product or service that will be ultimately be sold to an end user, and involves the process of people or businesses working together to develop the idea or concept into a viable business opportunity
project
a planned undertaking present for consideration regard as objective communicate vividly; "He projected his feelings"
project
a query in which only some of the attributes in the source relation appear in the output
project
imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind; "I can't see him on horseback!"; "I can see what will happen"; "I can see a risk in this strategy"
project
a planned undertaking present for consideration regard as objective communicate vividly; "He projected his feelings" transfer (ideas or principles) from one domain into another throw, send, or cast forward; "project a missile" put or send forth; "She threw the flashlight beam into the corner"; "The setting sun threw long shadows"; "cast a spell"; "cast a warm light" draw a projection of project on a screen; "The images are projected onto the screen" cause to be heard; "His voice projects well
project
throw, send, or cast forward; "project a missile"
project
- Generally used to describe a plan of activity which is shorter than a program Projects also tend to have a beginning and an end, whereas a program can refer to an ongoing plan of action without a defined end
project
communicate vividly; "He projected his feelings"
project
A Capital Programs Management Group activity relating to the physical needs (excluding general maintenance and repair) of the campus and campus facilities
project
draw a projection of project on a screen; "The images are projected onto the screen"
project
If you project someone or something in a particular way, you try to make people see them in that way. If you project a particular feeling or quality, you show it in your behaviour. Bradley projects a natural warmth and sincerity He just hasn't been able to project himself as the strong leader His first job will be to project Glasgow as a friendly city The initial image projected was of a caring, effective president
project
A project is the file in which your ArcView work is stored A project typically contains all the view, tables, charts, layouts and scripts that you use for a particular ArcView application These are the components of a project Project files have an apr extension
project
CEQA (§21065) defines a "project" as an activity which may cause either a direct physical change in the environment, or a reasonably foreseeable indirect physical change in the environment, and which is any of the following
project
A Project is a saved work session or series of sessions used to organize the tasks that must be accomplished in order to get items into the collection database
project
To extend beyond a surface
project
The place from which a thing projects, or starts forth
project
That which is projected or designed; something intended or devised; a scheme; a design; a plan
project
To shoot forward; to extend beyond something else; to be prominent; to jut; as, the cornice projects; branches project from the tree
project
Any action or activity requiring the design, construction and operation of structures or equipment Projects are usually defined with a specific name, function and description Under the CEAA, a "project" means (s 2(1)): "(a) in relation to a physical work, any proposed construction, operation, modification, decommissioning, abandonment or other undertaking in relation to that physical work, or (b) any proposed physical activity not relating to a physical work that is prescribed or is within a class of physical activities that is prescribed pursuant to regulations made under paragraph 59 (b) "
project
"The concept of 'project' means different things to different users, or reflects different frames of reference In finance and budgeting terms it is an investment with a specified economic return In economic analysis a project is a potential income generating activity In management terms the project notion often connotes a particular organisational unit "
project
See Projection, 4
projected

    Турецкое произношение

    prıcektıd

    Произношение

    /prəˈʤektəd/ /prəˈʤɛktəd/

    Этимология

    [ pr&-'jekt ] (verb.) 15th century. partly modification of Middle French projeter, from Old French porjeter to throw forward, from por- + jeter to throw; partly from Latin projectus, past participle; more at FOR, JET.

    Слово дня

    anaphora
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