propagate

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} yaymak

İnsanlar genlerin kendilerini yaymak için kullandığı araçlardır. - Humans are the vehicles that genes use to propagate themselves.

{f} çoğaltmak
üremek
öndürmek
çoğalmak
yaymasını sağlamak
yaydırmak
(Tıp) Yaymak, belli bir fikir veya inanışı etrafa yaymak
(Tıp) Yavru meydana getirmek, üremek, çoğalmak
{f} üretmek
{f} bulaştırmak
{f} propaganda yapmak
{f} yavrulamak
(Tıp) Sayıca artmasına sebep olmak
(Tıp) Sayıca artmak
(İnşaat) ilerleme
propagation
{i} yayılma

Uzay araştırması insan türünün yayılması ve devamı için gereklidir. - Space research is necessary for the propagation and continuation of the human species.

propagation
(Askeri) ilerleme
propagation
(Tıp) propagasyon
propagation
çoğalma
propagation
yayılım
propagation
üreme
propagator
propagandacı
propagating
propaganda
propagation
{i} yayma
propagation
yayılma/çoğalma
propagation
{i} yavrulama
propagation
(Tıp) Yavrulama, üreme, yayılma, çoğalma, artma
propagative
(Tıp) Üreme ile ilgili
propagative
yayan/çoğaltan
propagative
(Tıp) Çoğaltıcı
propagator
yayıcı/çoğaltıcı
propagator
{i} bulaştıran
propagator
{i} üreten
propagator
{i} bulaşan
propagator
{i} üreyen
propagator
yayan
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To cause to spread to extend; to impel or continue forward in space; as, to propagate sound or light
To take effect on all relevant devices in a network

It takes 24 hours for password changes to propagate throughout the system.

To generate; to produce
To cause to take effect on all relevant devices in a network

The server propagates the password file at midnight each day.

To have young or issue; to be produced or multiplied by generation, or by new shoots or plants; as, rabbits propagate rapidly
To cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree
To spread from person to person; to extend the knowledge of; to originate and spread; to carry from place to place; to disseminate; as, to propagate a story or report; to propagate the Christian religion
To multiply; to increase
to spread abroad or from person to person
transmit from one generation to the next; "propagate these characteristics"
To reproduce plants by methods including seed, stem cuttings, layering, and division Back to alphabetical list
1 Sexual–produce a seed by breeding different male and female flowers 2 Asexual–to produce a plant by taking cuttings
To travel through a material or space
To increase plants by seed or cuttings etc
To cause (animal or plants) to multiply or breed
cause to propagate, as by grafting or layering
If you propagate plants, you grow more of them from the original ones. The easiest way to propagate a vine is to take hardwood cuttings The pasque flower can be propagated from seed. + propagation propa·ga·tion the successful propagation of a batch of plants
cause to become widely known; "spread information"; "circulate a rumor"; "broadcast the news"
become distributed or widespread; "the infection spread"; "Optimism spread among the population"
- To increase the number of plants of a particular POPULATION by means of cuttings
multiply sexually or asexually cause to propagate, as by grafting or layering transmit or cause to broaden or spread; "This great civilization was propagated throughout the land"
The process of copying one or more files and notifying a service that will receive them The receiving service then stops using any older version of the files and starts using the new file(s) (Search)
travel through the air; "sound and light propagate in this medium"
If people propagate an idea or piece of information, they spread it and try to make people believe it or support it. They propagated political doctrines which promised to tear apart the fabric of British society. = disseminate + propagation propa·ga·tion the propagation of true Buddhism
To copy changes in one set of files to the branched copies of the same files, leaving the rest of the branch file intact; to make changes in a target set of files that are identical or functionally equivalent to changes in an originating set of files
transmit; "propagate sound or light through air"
transmit from one generation to the next; "propagate these characteristics
{f} procreate, generate, reproduce; scatter, disseminate; multiply, proliferate, increase; spread, extend
transmit or cause to broaden or spread; "This great civilization was propagated throughout the land"
To multiply plants by dividing roots, layering or start from cuttings
To cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree
multiply sexually or asexually
propagate disease
{f} spread disease, spread illness
propagate sound
convey sound, carry sound
propagation
the multiplication or natural increase in a population
propagation
some degree of success in the spread of propaganda
propagative
Of, pertaining to, or produced by propagation
propagator
A covered, sometimes heated container for germinating seeds or raising seedlings
propagator
A person who disseminates news or rumour
To propagate
populate
propagable
{a} that may be spread or extended
propagator
{n} a spreader, extender, producer
propagable
Capable of being spread or extended by any means; said of tenets, doctrines, or principles
propagable
Capable of being propagated, or of being continued or multiplied by natural generation or production
propagated
past of propagate
propagates
third-person singular of propagate
propagating
present participle of propagate
propagation
The process an electromagnetic wave undergoes as it is radiated from the antenna and spreads out across the physical terrain See also propagation channel
propagation
The act of propagating The action of traveling through a material or space
propagation
Delay time required for an electrical wave to travel between two points on transmission line
propagation
Increasing the numbers of plants through cuttings, seeds or divisions
propagation
The process whereby the name servers throughout the world have updated their records for a specific domain For example, if you move your domain from one host to another, it will take around 24 hours or so for the new address to broadcast everywhere During that 24 hour period, the traffic is decreasing at the old location and increasing at the new location
propagation
the movement of a wave through a medium
propagation
The spreading abroad, or extension, of anything; diffusion; dissemination; as, the propagation of sound; the propagation of the gospel
propagation
The act of propagating; continuance or multiplication of the kind by generation or successive production; as, the propagation of animals or plants
propagation
Routers are the computers on the web that know where every site is hosted Unfortunately, they are only updated every 12 hours or so That means when you register a new name or change the DNS on an existing name, it takes 24-48 hours before all the computers on the web know about it If you change hosting of a website, some visitors will get your old site while the change propagates Email received during this period may also end up in two places
propagation
The process of how a radio signal travels from a transmitting source to a receiving station
propagation
the act of producing offspring or multiplying by such production
propagation
The process of updating all the domain name servers on the Internet with changes to the relationship between domain names and the relevant IP addresses When these change it can take up to 7 days before all the domain name servers have the new information
propagation
the dissemination of something to a larger area or greater number
propagation
The direction of motion of a wave though a medium One dimensional (for example a slinky) waves propagate in a straight line Two dimensional waves may propagate in a straight line (plane waves) or in all directions on a surface (circular waves on a pond/ ripple/tank) Three dimensional waves can propagate in all directions (like a light bulb illuminating a room) Back to Top Back to Wave Index
propagation
The LTMS performs propositional inference, determining whether its Propositional Theory is consistent Propagate the values in the TMS to compute the logical inferences of the current set of Clauses
propagation
An excitable membrane generates and then continues an action potential throughout the entire cell
propagation
The transmission of radio waves Propagation characteristics depend on frequency and are affected by the environmental conditions, such as terrain and atmospheric conditions, encountered on the path
propagation
the elongation part of transcription
propagation
{i} scattering, spreading; reproduction, procreation, generation; transmission of an inherited trait; increase in extension; dispersion, dissemination
propagation
the act of propagating, especially the movement of a wave
propagation
The radiation of signal energy through a physical area or space
propagation
Plants can be propagated sexually (via seed) or asexually (through cuttings, layering, grafts, or root/bulb division) Propagation should always be performed with clean, sterilized tools to prevent the spread of disease Plants undergoing asexual propagation undergo stress and special consideration should go toward providing it nutrients that can be easily absorbed (see liquid fertilizers) In the case of cuttings, root hormones or willow water should be considered
propagation
refers to: neural net, learning algorithm The passing of values and errors through the different layers of a neural net during its learning process see also: forwardpropagation, backpropagation
propagation
winning new converts
propagation
the spreading of something (a belief or practice) into new regions
propagation
The travel of an electrical waveform along a medium In other words, a surge passing along a power cord to a system
propagation
The process whereby the nameservers throughout the world have updated their records for a specific domain For example, if you move your domain from one host to another, it will take around 24 hours or so for the new address to broadcast everywhere During that 24 hour period, the traffic is decreasing at the old location and increasing at the new location
propagation
Of a chain letter variation at a given time, the number of receipts in the month following Propagation measures the replicative success of a letter and is presumed to be roughly correlated with its frequency of appearance in our dated collection CLEVO
propagation
Movement through a material e g the movement of sound waves through air
propagation
In electrical practice, the travel of waves through or along a medium The path traveled by the wave in getting from one point to another is known as the propagation path (such as the path through the atmosphere in getting from a transmitting antenna to a receiving antenna, or the path through the waveguides and other microwave devices in getting from an antenna to a receiver)
propagation
  The motion of waves through or along a medium   Note:   For electromagnetic waves, propagation may occur in a vacuum as well as in material media
propagation
the continuous successive chain extension in a polymer chain reaction
propagation
The travel of a signal through a medium such as air or free space
propagation
If an exception is thrown within a method, and there is no appropriate exception handler within the method, the exception may be propagated to the caller of the method For a checked exception, the method must contain a throws clause in its header A throws clause is not necessary for an unchecked exception {exception!unchecked} to be propagated
propagation
the spreading of something (a belief or practice) into new regions the movement of a wave through a medium
propagation
To transmit in the form of a wave
propagative
{s} spreading, scattering; increasing, multiplying; dispersion, dissemination; reproducing, generating offspring
propagative
characterized by propagation or relating to propagation
propagative
Producing by propagation, or by a process of growth
propagator
A person who propagates plants
propagator
someone who spreads the news
propagator
{i} spreader, one who scatters; multiplier; transmitter (of heat, etc.)
propagator
someone who spreads the news someone who propagates plants (as under glass)
propagator
One who propagates; one who continues or multiplies
propagator
A function that represents the quantum propagation of a subatomic particle
propagator
someone who propagates plants (as under glass)
propagators
plural of propagator
propagate
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