science

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
ilim
(Hukuk) bilim

O, roket bilimi değil. - It's not rocket science.

Matematik, yarın kalkarsan ve evrenin gittiğini keşfedersen yapmaya devam edebileceğin, bilimin bir parçasıdır. - Mathematics is the part of science you could continue to do if you woke up tomorrow and discovered the universe was gone.

{i} fen

Öğrenciler fen sınıfında bir mıknatıs kullandılar. - The students used a magnet in science class.

Fen bilgisinde iyi olmasına rağmen, Tom bir doktor olmak istemiyor. - Tom doesn't want to be a doctor, although he's very good in science.

maharet
{i} teknik
bilgi

Bayan Jones, bilgisayar bilimleri öğretiyor. - Mrs. Jones is teaching computer science.

Fen bilgisi öğretmeniydim. - I was a science teacher.

düşbilimsel roman ve hikâyeler
{i} bilim dalı

Kozmoloji evrenimizin evrimini inceleyen bilim dalıdır. - Cosmology is a branch of science which studies the evolution of our universe.

Botanik, uygulamalı bir bilim dalıdır. - Botany is an applied science.

{i} beceri
ilmin herhangi bir dalı
bilimötesi romanlar
(Eğitim) fen bilgisi

Boston'da sekizinci sınıf fen bilgisi öğretmeniyim. - I'm an eighth-grade science teacher in Boston.

Tom bir fen bilgisi öğretmeni. - Tom is a science teacher.

bilik
bilimler
bililer
science fiction
bilim kurgu
science centre
bilim merkezi
science of translation
çeviri bilimi
science fiction
bilimkurgu

Tom büyük bir bilimkurgu hayranıdır. - Tom is a big fan of science fiction.

O büyük bir bilimkurgu hayranıdır. - He's a big fan of science fiction.

science lab
fen laboratuarı
science museum
bilim müzesi
science of translation
çeviribilim
science teacher
fen öğretmeni
science analysis
bilimsel analiz
science and technology
Bilim ve teknoloji (Bilim ve teknolojinin birlikteliğini vurgulayan ifade)
science and technology
bilim ve teknoloji
science based
dayalı fen
science book
Bilim ders kitabı, fen bilgisi kitabı
science corps
bilim kolordu
science faculty
fen fakültesi
science fair
Bilim fuarı
science festival
bilim şenliği
science kit
Oyun ya da öğretim amaçlı bilim seti

When I was a child my parents gave me a science kit.

science museums
bilim müzeleri
science stream
bilim akarsu
science and civilisation
bilim ve uygarlık
science and civilization
bilim ve medeniyet
science and civilization
bilim ve uygarlık
science and ethics
bilim ve ahlak
science and industry
bilim ve endüstri
science and religion
bilim ve din
science and state
bilim ve devlet
science and states
bilim ve devlet
science and the humanitics
bilim ve hümaniter bilimler
science fiction
bilim-kurgu
science fictional
bilim kurgusal
science indicators
bilim göstergeleri
science lab
fen laboratuvarı
science news
bilim haberleri
science no
(Bilgisayar) bilim hayır
science of chemistry
kimyagerlik
science of finances
(Ticaret) maliye bilimi
science of fisheries
(Askeri) balıkçılık bilimi
science of islamic inheritance
miras ilmi
science pen
(Bilgisayar) bilim kalem
science team
araştırma ekibi
science team
bilim ekibi
science up
(Bilgisayar) bilim yukarı
earth science
(Oyuncaklar) Yerküre bilimi
sciences
fen bilimleri
cognitive science
bilişsel bilim
cognitive science
(Dilbilim,Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) biliş bilimi
cognitive science
bilişsel bilimi
food science
gıda bilimi
health science
(Tıp) sağlık bilimi
life science
canlı bilimi
natural science
doğal bilimler
neuro science
(Tıp) sinirbilim
normal science
olağan bilim
science fiction
bilim kurgu roman
social science
sosyal bilimler

Doğa bilimleri sosyal bilimlerden daha zordur. - The natural sciences are harder than the social sciences.

O üniversitenin müfredatı, doğa bilimleri ve sosyal bilimleri kapsar. - That university's curriculum covers natural science and social science.

soil science
toprakbilim
soil science
(Çevre) toprak bilimi
Bachelor of Science degree
fen bilimyurdu diploması
Faculty of Science
Fen Bilimyurdu
administrative science
yönetim bilimi
applied science
uygulamalı bilim
chemical science
kimya bilimi
computer science
bilgisayar bilimi
domestic science
ev bilimi
earth science
yerbilim
economic science
ekonomi
environmental science
çevre bilimi
genetic science
genetik bilimi
geophysical science
jeofizik
master of science
master derecesi
medical science
tıp ilmi
natural science
doğa bilimleri
occult science
gizli bilimler
physical science
fizik bilimi
political science
siyasi bilgiler
political science
idari ilimler
popular science
halkbilgisi
psychological science
psikoloji bilimi
pure science
soyut bilim
pure science
kuramsal bilim
social science
toplum bilimleri
zoological science
zooloji
Bachelor of Science degree
kıs. B.S. fen fakültesi diplomasi
bachelor of science in applied arts
uygulamalı sanatlar bilim lisans
bachelor of science in architecture
mimarlık bilim lisans
bachelor of science in chemistry
kimya bilim lisans
bachelor of science in education
Eğitimde bilim lisans
bachelor of science in engineering
mühendislik bilim lisans
bachelor of science in forestry
ormancılık bilim lisans
behavioural science
davranış bilimleri
biomedical science
biyomedikal bilim
complementary science
tamamlayıcı bilim
experienced in computer science
bilgisayar bilimi konusunda deneyimli
faculty of science and literature
fen-edebiyat fakültesi
forensic science
adlı tıp
fringe science
fringe bilim
information science
bilgi bilimi
man of science
bilim adamı
marine science
deniz bilimi
master of science
Fen bilimlerinde master derecesi, yüksek lisans
materials science
Malzeme bilimi
materials science
Metalürji ve malzeme bilimi/mühendisliği, insanlığın ihtiyaç duyduğu, geleceğe dönük mühendislik malzemelerinin, çevresel sorumlulukların da göz önünde tutulduğu üretim yöntemleriyle üretilmesi ve geliştirilmesi, ancak "teknolojik-ekonomik-ekolojik" denge bileşenlerinin her birinin zorunluluk arz ettiği mühendislikler arası bir misyon ve strateji odaklı bir çalışma süreciyle mümkün olabilmektedir
materials science
(Bilim, İlim) Malzeme bilgisi
moral science
(Bilim, İlim) İnsanla ilgili olarak 'sosyal bilimler ve felsefe'; beşeri bilimler, insanî bilimler
nuclear science
nükleer bilim
pseudo-science
sözde bilim
rocket science
(deyim) (Nükte, espri) Yapması/anlaşılması zor olan şey

I tought it was funny that Chris asked me to help him change the light bulb. After all, its not rocket science.

social science
Sosyoloji, toplumbilim, sosyal bilim
social science
Sosyoloji, toplumbilim
systems science
sistem bilimi
science fiction
kurgubilim
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A particular discipline or branch of learning, especially one dealing with measurable or systematic principles rather than intuition or natural ability

Of course in my opinion Social Studies is more of a science than an art.

The collective discipline of study or learning acquired through the scientific method; the sum of knowledge gained from such methods and discipline

I have found no better expression than religious for confidence in the rational nature of reality Whenever this feeling is absent, science degenerates into uninspired empiricism.

Obsolete spelling of scion
Knowledge gained through study or practice; mastery of a particular discipline or area

For by his mightie Science he had seene / The secret vertue of that weapon keene .

The fact of knowing something; knowledge or understanding of a truth

O Timothy, keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding vain and profane babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called: Which some professing have erred concerning the faith. Grace be with thee. Amen.

{n} knowledge, deep learning, skill, art
To cause to become versed in science; to make skilled; to instruct
knowledge in general
the study of the natural world
A science is the study of some aspect of human behaviour, for example sociology or anthropology. the modern science of psychology. see also domestic science, exact science, Master of Science, political science, social science. Christian Science Christian Science Monitor The cognitive science computer science Science Fiction Achievement Award information science library science materials science political science Religious Science science fiction science philosophy of social science soil science unified science unity of science view veterinary science
{i} system of knowledge gained by systematic research and organized into general laws; specific field of systematic knowledge; skill, proficiency
Science is a way of acquiring knowledge To do science, one must follow a specific universal methodology The central theme in this methodology is the testing of hypotheses and the ability to make predictions The overall goal of science is to better understand nature and our Universe
Art, skill, or expertness, regarded as the result of knowledge of laws and principles
is a way of knowing about the physical universe which requires measurements and controlled experiments
the process of gaining knowledge based on making repeated observations about nature in controlled conditions (experimentation) and attempting to explain what causes those observations (theorizing) through constructing hypotheses that can be tested experimentally Science's only purpose is to gain knowledge Sometimes that knowledge may eventually lead to things mankind finds useful technology
Hegel's concept of -- science for Hegel is an understanding based on the fullest possible context, fully related with all the other parts of the whole revolution, Hegel's conception of -- for Hegel, it is a revolution primarily of spirit (Geist), i e a complete qualitative change to a new way of understanding
the state of knowing; systematic observation and testing of natural phenomena in a search for general laws and conclusive evidence
Accumulated and established knowledge, which has been systematized and formulated with reference to the discovery of general truths or the operation of general laws; knowledge classified and made available in work, life, or the search for truth; comprehensive, profound, or philosophical knowledge
Literally 'knowledge', science is the synthesis of the systematic study of every aspect of our experience of reality, especially objective reality, usually with the aim of reducing it to a logically-consistent system of order (though modern science accepts many paradoxes, if often with evident discomfort) The public image of science's worldview is generally, though incorrectly, that of scientism; in practice, the development of science depends extensively on the intuitive mode as well as analysis
is the body of knowledge obtained by methods of observation It is derived from Latin word scientia, which simply means knowledge, and German word wisenschaft, which means systematic, organized knowledge
a particular branch of scientific knowledge; "the science of genetics
The enterprise by which a particular kind of ordered knowledge is obtained about natural phenomena by means of controlled observation and theoretical interpretation
Sites distributing information related to scientific exploration These include science exhibits, science museums, science organizations, science laboratories, and academic institutions
n a) knowledge covering general truths or the operation of general laws esp as obtained and tested through scientific method b) such knowledge concerned with the physical world and its phenomena
called also natural science, and physical science
Systematic and formulated knowledge of a subject, obtained by scientific method that uses postulates to span the gaps left by the limited human means of obtaining knowledge and then tests the conclusions in every possible way
Any branch or department of systematized knowledge considered as a distinct field of investigation or object of study; as, the science of astronomy, of chemistry, or of mind
A branch of knowledge or study dealing with a body of facts or truths systematically arranged and showing the operation of general laws
knowledge made up of an orderly system of facts that have been learned from study, observation, and experiments
Mad Science Network (includes Ask an Expert) See ABC Gateway to Science (The Lab) and Fun Science Gallery - experiments High School Science Classroom - useful resources for Science Teachers from NSTA
systematically acquired knowledge that is verifiable
The method of inquiry that requires the generation, testing, and acceptance or rejection of hypotheses
The study of the natural world through observation, identification, description, experimental investigation, and theoretical explanations
Knowledge; knowledge of principles and causes; ascertained truth of facts
ability to produce solutions in some problem domain; "the skill of a well-trained boxer"; "the sweet science of pugilism"
provides the store of knowledge of the physical world
(General Terms)
a method of learning about the physical universe by applying the principles of the scientific method, which includes making empirical observations, proposing hypotheses to explain those observations, and testing those hypotheses in valid and reliable ways; also refers to the organized body of knowledge that results from scientific study
The arrangement of concepts in their rational connection to exhibit them as an organic, progressive whole See Introduction, Lectures on the History of Philosophy 7
A science is a particular branch of science such as physics, chemistry, or biology. Physics is the best example of a science which has developed strong, abstract theories
Science is the study of the nature and behaviour of natural things and the knowledge that we obtain about them. The best discoveries in science are very simple. science and technology
The body of related courses concerned with knowledge of the physical and biological world and with the processes of discovering and validating this knowledge
Especially, such knowledge when it relates to the physical world and its phenomena, the nature, constitution, and forces of matter, the qualities and functions of living tissues, etc
Any domain of knowledge accumulated by systematic study and organized by general principals
a particular branch of scientific knowledge; "the science of genetics"
mathematics
episteme
science center
An organization, location, or a virtual location where science is done or exhibited, either professionally or educationally
science centre
A public facility much like a museum but with exhibits, often interactive in nature, that demonstrate various scientific facts
science fair
a competition in which contestants, usually children, create science-related projects or demonstrations
science fiction
Technology which, while theoretically possible, is not yet practical

Despite decades of research, mass-market personal aircraft are still science fiction.

science fiction
Fiction in which advanced technology and/or science is a key element

Some purists consider motion pictures such as the Star Wars movies more as Westerns than science fiction.

science room
A room in a school set aside for instruction in the sciences
science and technology
Science and technology is a term of art used to encompass the relationship between science and technology. It frequently appears within titles of academic disciplines (science and technology studies) and government offices .(Office of Science and Technology)
Science Council of Japan
council established in Japan in January 1949 as a special agency under the the prime minister 's jurisdiction to promote and further science in government and industry and in the day-to-day life representing Japanese scientists at home and abroad having the philosophy that science is the basis upon which a civilized nation is constructed
Science Museum
a large museum in London containing many important scientific objects, which show the history and development of science and technology
science and technology
{i} technical term that describes the connection between science and technology; field of study combining science and technology studies
science corps
corps that works to develop technology for military purposes
science fiction
Science fiction consists of stories in books, magazines, and films about events that take place in the future or in other parts of the universe. stories about events in the future which are affected by imaginary developments in science, for example about travelling in time or to other planets with life on them. Fiction dealing principally with the impact of actual or imagined science on society or individuals, or more generally, literary fantasy including a scientific factor as an essential orienting component. Precursors of the genre include Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (1818), Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1886), and Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels (1726). From its beginnings in the works of Jules Verne and H.G. Wells, it emerged as a self-conscious genre in the pulp magazine Amazing Stories, founded in 1926. It came into its own as serious fiction in the magazine Astounding Science Fiction in the late 1930s and in works by such writers as Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke, and Robert Heinlein. A great boom in popularity followed World War II, when numerous writers' approaches included predictions of future societies on Earth, analyses of the consequences of interstellar travel, and imaginative explorations of intelligent life in other worlds. Much recent fiction has been written in the "cyberpunk" genre, which deals with the effects of computers and artificial intelligence on anarchic future societies. Radio, film, and television have reinforced the popularity of the genre
science fiction
highly imaginative fiction involving some actual or projected scientific phenomenon
science fiction
This fiction deals with the influence of real or imagined science on society or individuals
science fiction
is imaginary writing based on current or projected scientific technological developments (The Animorphs series or 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea)
science fiction
literary fantasy involving the imagined impact of science on society
science fiction
A story based on fictional, scientific possibilities
science fiction
A form of fiction that draws imaginatively on scientific knowledge and/or speculation
science museum
a museum that collects and displays objects having scientific interest
science of numbers
mathematics
science park
A science park is an area, usually linked to a university, where there are a lot of private companies, especially ones concerned with high technology. an area where there are a lot of companies or organizations that do scientific work
science reporter
writer that specializes in scientific topics, columnist who writes about science
science stream
course of studies with a concentration in the sciences
science teacher
someone who teaches science
science-based
concerned mainly with science and scientific knowledge
Bachelor of Science
A three- to four-year (about 120 credit hours) undergraduate degree, with a concentration in the sciences or scientific applications
Christian Science
A Christian denomination practiced by members of the Church of Christ, Scientist
Hollywood science
The use, misuse, abuse and general ignorance of the principles of science within the Hollywood film industry, and by extension, more widely in creative media

I go for stuff that sounds really fake--that you think is Hollywood science but find out not only is it real, it's topical, he says.

Letters and Science
An academic major covered by many universities. It generally contains humanities and many types of sciences
Master of Science
A degree that usually requires 2-3 years beyond a Bachelor of Science and emphasizes science and scientific applications. The degree is less advanced than a Doctorate degree
archival science
The theory and study of the safe storage, cataloguing and retrieval of documents and items
cognitive science
The multidisciplinary study of mind and behavior
collateral science
A science of importance in medicine but not part of medicine, especially physics, chemistry and botany
computer science
The study of computers and their architecture, languages, and applications, in all aspects, as well as the mathematical structures that relate to computers and computation
computer-science
Attributive form of computer science, noun
crank science
Pseudo-science; activity which appears to be science-like but is not founded on proper scientific methods
creation science
A scientific and Biblical attempt by fundamentalist Christians to present the creation story found in Genesis as literal scientific truth
dismal science
Economics or the field of political economy

Two Dismal Sciences: Economics and National Security—Writing during World War II, J. B. Condliffe lamented, Economists have not contributed in very large measure to the recent outpouring of publications on the causes, conduct, and consequences of war. By the turn of the millennium, however, the situation had changed.

down to a science
Perfected; practiced ease and confidence

I have my painting technique down to a science.

earth science
Any of the sciences dealing with the planet Earth, such as geology and meteorology
environmental science
The integrated study of factors that influence the environment and environmental systems, especially the interaction of the physical, chemical, and biological components of the environment
forensic science
Any of several fields of study involving the collection of physical evidence and its subsequent analysis
formal science
A study that is concerned with theoretical formal systems, such as logic, mathematics, systems theory and the theoretical branches of computer science, information theory, microeconomics, statistics, and linguistics
geographic information science
The scientific study of the nature and use of geographic information; the theoretical foundation of geographic information systems
hard science
The natural and physical sciences that use the scientific method and experiments to test theories. Examples include mathematics, biology, physics, chemistry and geology
information science
A broad and interdisciplinary science that deals with the gathering, classification, storage, manipulation, retrieval and analysis of information as an organized resource
junk science
A cluster of assertions, publications, and experts that have the appearance, but not the actuality, of a scientific specialty

Our field falls neither in the category of immediately acceptable DNA experts at one end of the spectrum nor in the category of the immediately unacceptable so-called junk sciences at the other end.

junk science
Assertions that have the appearance, but not the actuality, of scientific support

His testimimony was worse than science fiction, it was junk science.

library and information science
Library science
library science
An interdisciplinary science incorporating the humanities, law and applied science to study topics related to libraries, the collection, organization, preservation and dissemination of information resources, and the political economy of information
natural science
A science involved in studying phenomena or laws of the physical world; a general term of physics, chemistry, biology, astronomy, and so on
philosophy of science
The study of the assumptions, foundations, and implications of science, including such questions as what distinguishes science from non-science, what are the aims of science, or what is a successful scientific explanation of a phenomenon
philosophy of science
A particular theory within the former
physical science
An encompassing term for the branches of natural science and science that study non-living systems, in contrast to the biological sciences
planetary science
That branch of astronomy that deals with the planets of the solar system
political science
The systematic study of government and politics
political science
The analytical study of public policy and policies, past, present, and prospective
pop-science
popular science
popular science
An interpretation of science intended for a general audience, rather than for other scientists or students
rocket science
anything overly complex, detailed or confusing

It's not rocket science. Just screw in the bulb and flip the switch.

rocket science
the science or study of rockets and their design
social science
A branch of science that studies the society and human behavior in it, including anthropology, communication studies, criminology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, social studies, and sociology
social-science
Attributive form of social science

social-science subjects.

soil science
The scientific study of the formation, classification, mapping, and the physical, chemical and biological properties of soil
space science
Any scientific discipline concerned with the study of phenomena occurring in space, or with space flight
sweet science
boxing
systems science
An interdisciplinary field of science that studies the nature of complex systems in nature, society, and science, aiming at developing interdisciplinary foundations that are applicable in a variety of areas including engineering, biology, medicine and social sciences
sciences
{n} grammar, logic, rhetoric, arithmetic, geometry, astronomy and music
earth science
Earth science (also known as geoscience, the geosciences or the Earth Sciences), is an all-embracing term for the sciences related to the planet Earth. It is arguably a special case in planetary science, the Earth being the only known life-bearing planet. There are both reductionist and holistic approaches to Earth science. The major historic disciplines use physics, geology, geography, meteorology, mathematics, chemistry and biology to build a quantitative understanding of the principal areas or spheres of the Earth system
fringe science
(Bilim, İlim) Fringe science is, by definition, at the fringes of a mainstream academic discipline. Fringe science is a phrase used to describe scientific inquiry in an established field of study that departs significantly from mainstream or orthodox theories
human science
(Bilim, İlim) Human science (also, moral science and human sciences as typical in the UK) is a term applied to the investigation of human life and activities by a rational, systematic and verifiable methodology that acknowledges the validity of both data derived by impartial observation of sensory experience (objective phenomena) and data derived by means of impartial observation of psychological experience (subjective phenomena)
master science
The dominant scientific discipline of a historical epoch
materials science
Materials science or materials engineering is an interdisciplinary field involving the properties of matter and its applications to various areas of science and engineering. This science investigates the relationship between the structure of materials and their properties. It includes elements of applied physics and chemistry, as well as chemical, mechanical, civil and electrical engineering. With significant media attention to nanoscience and nanotechnology in the recent years, materials science has been propelled to the forefront at many universities
materials science
Materials science is an interdisciplinary field applying the properties of matter to various areas of science and engineering. This scientific field investigates the relationship between the structure of materials at atomic or molecular scales and their macroscopic properties. It incorporates elements of applied physics and chemistry. With significant media attention focused on nanoscience and nanotechnology in recent years, materials science has been propelled to the forefront at many universities. It is also an important part of forensic engineering and failure analysis. Materials science also deals with fundamental properties and characteristics of materials
moral science
Moral science (also, human science and human sciences) is a term applied to the investigation of human life and activities by a rational, systematic and verifiable methodology that acknowledges the validity of both data derived by impartial observation of sensory experience (objective phenomena) and data derived by means of impartial observation of psychological experience (subjective phenomena)
moral science
Human science (also, moral science and human sciences as typical in the UK) is a term applied to the investigation of human life and activities by a rational, systematic and verifiable methodology that acknowledges the validity of both data derived by impartial observation of sensory experience (objective phenomena) and data derived by means of impartial observation of psychological experience (subjective phenomena). It includes but is not necessarily limited to fields of study commonly included within the social sciences and humanities, including history, sociology, anthropology, and economics. Its use of a empirical methodology that encompasses psychological experience contrasts to the purely positivistic approach typical of the natural sciences (which exclude all methods not based solely on external sensory observations). Thus the term is often used to distinguish not only the content of a field of study from those of the natural sciences, but also its methodology
rocket science
[usually with negative & humorous] something very difficult to understand
vision science
Vision science is the science dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of visual perception and the visual system. Vision scientists study various aspects of vision from the perspectives of cognitive psychology, neuroscience, computer science, psychophysics, and optometry
sciences
plural of science
science
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