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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
rasyonel olarak
Mantıklı bir biçimde

İnsanlar her zaman mantıklı bir biçimde davranmaz. - People don't always behave rationally.

İnsanlar her zaman mantıklı bir biçimde hareket etmezler. - People don't always act rationally.

z. mantıkla
rasyonel bir şekilde
mantıkla
akla uygun biçimde
rational
rasyonel

Rasyonel olmaya çalışalım. - Let's try to be rational.

Mary Onu rasyonel argümanlar olmadan da ikna edebilirim dedi. - I can convince him also without rational arguments, said Mary.

rational
mantıklı

İnsan mantıklı bir varlıktır. - Man is a rational being.

Bu hiç mantıklı değil. - None of this is rational.

rational
akıl sahibi
rational
{s} oranlı
rational
akla yatkın
ration
tayın
rational
akılcı

Tom akılcı, değil mi? - Tom is rational, isn't he?

rational
(Ticaret) mantıki
rational
anlıksal
ration
miktar
ration
(Denizbilim) rasyon

Rasyonel olmaya çalışalım. - Let's try to be rational.

Onun aptalca eylemlerini rasyonelleştirmeye çalıştı. - He tried to rationalize his foolish actions.

rational
{s} mat. rasyonel
ration
pay
ration
karneye bağlamak
ration
istihkakını saptamak
ration
istihkak
rational
oransal
rational
aklı başında

Tom aklı başında bir adam değil. - Tom is not a rational guy.

rational
(Ticaret) akla uygun
rational
makul
ration
er azığı
ration
{f} karne ile vermek
ration
yiyecek payı
ration
(Tıp) Günlük yemek istihkakı, tayın
ration
{i} pay, hisse
ration
tayına bağlamak
ration
vesika ile verilen miktar
ration
ration karneye bağla
ration
tayın miktarını tespit etmek
ration
(Askeri) RASYON: Bir insanın bir günlük nafakası karşılığı yiyecek istihkakı. Ayrıca bakınız: "emergency ration", "field ration", "garrison ration", "small detachment ration" ve "troop train ration"
ration
(Tıp) Tayınını vermek
ration
{f} vesika ile dağıtmak; karneye bağlamak
ration
tayın/pay
ration
tayın vermek
rational
(Tıp) Mantıki, makul, akıllı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
In a rational manner
in a rational manner; "we must act rationally
in a rational way
logically, reasonably, intelligently, in the manner of being based on reason
in a rational manner; "we must act rationally"
ration
To supply with a ration; to limit (someone) to a specific allowance of something

We rationed ourselves to three sips of water a day until we were rescued.

ration
To restrict (an activity etc.)

Our present health care system is rationed only to those who can afford it because of unnecessary high cost, lack of insurance coverage by 47 million people, and exorbitant prescription prices.

ration
To portion out (especially during a shortage of supply); to limit access to

By the third day on the raft, we had to ration our water.

rational
Of an algebraic expression, capable of being expressed as the ratio of two polynomials
rational
A rational number: a number that can be expressed as the quotient of two integers

The quotient of two rationals is again a rational.

rational
Capable of reasoning

Man is a rational creature.

rational
Reasonable; not absurd, foolish, emotional, or fanciful

rational conduct.

rational
Of a number, capable of being expressed as the ratio of two integers

\tfrac{3}{4} is a rational number, but √2 is an irrational number.

ration
to provide with a fixed allowance or portion, especially of food
acted rationally
behaved reasonably, acted logically, behaved sensibly
ration
the food allowance for one day (especially for service personnel); "the rations should be nutritionally balanced"
ration
– To strictly monitor or serve in fixed portions (when regarding food)
ration
When something is rationed by a person or government, you are only allowed to have a limited amount of it, usually because there is not enough of it. Staples such as bread, rice and tea are already being rationed the decision to ration food Motorists will be rationed to thirty litres of petrol a month
ration
restrict the consumption of a relatively scarce commodity, as during war; "Bread was rationed during the siege of the city"
ration
When there is not enough of something, your ration of it is the amount that you are allowed to have. The meat ration was down to one pound per person per week
ration
distribute in rations, as in the army; "Cigarettes are rationed"
ration
a fixed portion that is allotted (especially in times of scarcity) distribute in rations, as in the army; "Cigarettes are rationed"
ration
To portion out, especially during a shortage of supply
ration
Feed fed to an animal during a 24-hour period
ration
Rations are the food which is given to people who do not have enough food or to soldiers. Aid officials said that the first emergency food rations of wheat and oil were handed out here last month
ration
restrict the consumption of a relatively scarce commodity, as during war; "Bread was rationed during the siege of the city
ration
the food allowance for one day (especially for service personnel); "the rations should be nutritionally balanced" a fixed portion that is allotted (especially in times of scarcity) distribute in rations, as in the army; "Cigarettes are rationed" restrict the consumption of a relatively scarce commodity, as during war; "Bread was rationed during the siege of the city
ration
The amount of the total feed which is provided to one animal over a 24 hour period
ration
Hence, a certain portion or fixed amount dealt out; an allowance; an allotment
ration
A ration may be fed as a complete ration - or it may be made up of grazing plus a balancing supplement
ration
A portion designated to a person or group
ration
Your ration of something is the amount of it that you normally have. after consuming his ration of junk food and two cigarettes. see also rationing
ration
To supply with rations, as a regiment
ration
A fixed daily allowance of provisions assigned to a soldier in the army, or a sailor in the navy, for his subsistence
ration
A limited portion or allowance of food or goods
ration
a fixed portion that is allotted (especially in times of scarcity)
ration
{i} portion, allotment, allocated quantity; single serving of food, individual portion
ration
{f} allot, allocate, distribute in fixed quantities
rational
Holds for voters that take actions they believe are most likely to lead their preferred outcome -- regardless of whether it is reasonable for them to prefer that outcome
rational
Rational decisions and thoughts are based on reason rather than on emotion. He's asking you to look at both sides of the case and come to a rational decision irrational + rationally ra·tion·al·ly It can be very hard to think rationally when you're feeling so vulnerable and alone. irrationally + rationality ra·tion·al·ity We live in an era of rationality. irrationality
rational
capable of being expressed as a quotient of integers; "rational numbers
rational
of or associated with or requiring the use of the mind; "intellectual problems"; "the triumph of the rational over the animal side of man"
rational
An integer or the quotient of an integer divided by a nonzero intege
rational
Characterized by truth or logic
rational
This method of Biblical interpretation deduces meaning from assertions in different parts of the Bible
rational
Expressing the type, structure, relations, and reactions of a compound; graphic; said of formulæ
rational
having its source in or being guided by the intellect (distinguished from experience or emotion); "a rational analysis" consistent with or based on or using reason; "rational behavior"; "a process of rational inference"; "rational thought" capable of being expressed as a quotient of integers; "rational numbers
rational
Agreeable to reason; not absurd, preposterous, extravagant, foolish, fanciful, or the like; wise; judicious; as, rational conduct; a rational man
rational
A rational being
rational
{s} logical, reasonable; intelligent, prudent; expressible as a whole number (Mathematics)
rational
based on reason
rational
consistent with or based on or using reason; "rational behavior"; "a process of rational inference"; "rational thought"
rational
Making choices on the basis of reason as opposed to emotion
rational
grounded in the faculty of reason rather than in sensibility (See also intelligible )
rational
A rational number can be written as a ratio (i e , fraction) of two integers A rational function is one whose formula can be given as the ratio (i e , quotient) of two polynomials
rational
having its source in or being guided by the intellect (distinguished from experience or emotion); "a rational analysis"
rational
Having reason or understanding
rational
The consistent following or acting given a scheme, pattern, or set of ordered preferences Thus, if I prefer a to b and b to c, then it follows (rationally) that I prefer a to c
rational
Relating to the reason; not physical; mental
rational
Arrived at by the use of the peculiarly human mental processes by which man strives to connect his ideas as consciously, coherently and purposively as possible in order to plan the attainment of ends sought In view of the human fallibility in selecting the best possible reasoning for attaining the ends sought, there is no implication as to the correctness or incorrectness of the reasoning Consequently, all conscious human actions, whether or not appropriate for the ends sought, are rational EP 31-35, 62-66, 135, 148; HA 19-22,89-91,102-04,177-78,884; OG 112-13; also PLG 13-14
rational
a number that is an integer or ratio of two integers, e g 1 or 13
rational
capable of being expressed as a quotient of integers; "rational numbers"
rational
See under Formula
rational
"a : having reason or understanding b : relating to, based on, or agreeable to reason"
rational
Product features and price that allow comparison Emphasis might be dependability, convenience, price, and savings associated with use
rational
A rational person is someone who is sensible and is able to make decisions based on intelligent thinking rather than on emotion. Did he come across as a sane rational person? irrational
rational
(adjective) Using reason or logic in thinking out a problem; in accordance with the principles of logic or reason Rationalism: (noun) Reliance on reason rather than intuition to justify one's beliefs or actions; in philosophy: the doctrine that knowledge about reality can be obtained by reason alone without recourse to experience; the doctrine that human knowledge can all be encompassed within a single, usually deductive, system; the school of philosophy initiated by Descartes which held both the above doctrines (dictionary definition)
rational
Having reason, or the faculty of reasoning; endowed with reason or understanding; reasoning
rational
Rational numbers can be rewritten as fractions Therefore ¼ is a rational number Any whole number can be written as an improper fraction For example, 3 can be written as 3/1 Therefore any whole number is a rational number All decimal numbers can also be rewritten as fractions For example, 0 75 = ¾; therefore 0 75 is a rational number Repeating decimals can all be written as fractions; therefore all repeating decimals are rational numbers For example 3 333333 = 1/3 Numbers which are not rational are called irrational numbers
rational
Usually used with reference to a Belief , That which is logical, flexible, and promotes your personnally chosen goals and best interests
rationally

    Расстановка переносов

    ra·tion·al·ly

    Турецкое произношение

    räşnıli

    Произношение

    /ˈrasʜnəlē/ /ˈræʃnəliː/

    Этимология

    [ 'rash-n&l, 'ra-sh&-n ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English racional, from Latin rationalis, from ration-, ratio.

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