scope

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} kapsam

Evrim teorisi benim hayal kapsamını aşar. - The theory of evolution surpasses the scope of my imagination.

Bu kez test kapsamı o kadar geniş olmayacak mı? - This time the scope of the test won't be so broad?

faaliyet alanı
{i} olanak
{i} k.dili. teleskop; mikroskop
kavrama gücü
hareket serbestliği
gözlem aygıtı
dili teleskop
anlama yeteneği
(Askeri) DÜRBÜN: Bak. "telescope"
{i} ufuk
konu

Bu konu bizim çalışma kapsamında değildir. - This subject is not within the scope of our study.

olanak/alan
(İnşaat) işin çapı
{i} alan
{i} amaç
saha
fırsat
{i} niyet
çevre sorunları bilimsel komitesi
gidim
etki alanı
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) skop
(Ticaret) içerik
osiloskop
(Askeri) bildiri kapsamı
scope baseline
(İnşaat) kapsam temeli
scope change
kapsam değişimi
scope change control
kapsam değişim kontrolü
scope definition
(İnşaat) kapsam tanımı
scope id
(Bilgisayar) kapsam kimliği
scope name
(Bilgisayar) kapsam adı
scope neck
(Tekstil) oyuk yaka
scope neck
(Tekstil) u yaka önde
scope of accreditation
(Ticaret) akreditasyon kapsamı
scope of agreement
anlaşma kapsamı
scope of agreement
anlaşmanın kapsamı
scope of agreement
sözleşmenin kapsamı
scope of agreement
sözleşme kapsamı
scope of attestation
(Ticaret) doğruluk beyanının kapsamı
scope of contract
sözleşme kapsamı
scope of contract
anlaşmanın kapsamı
scope of contract
anlaşma kapsamı
scope of contract
sözleşmenin kapsamı
scope of guarantee
(Ticaret) teminat kapsamı
scope of the insurance
(Sigorta) sigorta kapsamı
scope of warranty
(Ticaret) garanti kapsamı
scope option
(Bilgisayar) kapsam seçeneği
scope options
(Bilgisayar) kapsam seçenekleri
scope planning
kapsam planlama
scope verification
kapsam doğrulama
scope volume
alan hacmi
scope of authority
yetki alanı
scope of work
iş kapsamı
scope creep
kapsam sürünme
scope line
kapsam hattı
scope note
kapsam notu
scope of
- in alanı, kapsamı (scope of activities) faaliyet alanı
scope of delivery
Teslimat kapsamı
scope of services
hizmetleri kapsamında
scope of supply
tedarik kapsamı
scope of application
(Tıp) uygulama kapsamı
scope of cover
(Mukavele) sigorta kapsamı, güvence kapsamı
scope of work
işin kapsamı
scope of work
işin konusu
under the scope
Mercek altında, incelemede
audit scope
(Ticaret) denetimin kapsamı
audit scope
denetim kapsamı
economies of scope
(Ticaret) mal türleri ekonomisi
extend one's scope
kapsamını genişletmek
include in the scope
kapsama dahil etmek
include in the scope
kapsama almak
intended scope of business
(Ticaret) tasarlanan iş kapsamı
product scope
ürün kapsamı
reduce one's scope
kapsamını daraltmak
restrict one's scope
kapsamını daraltmak
front radar scope
ön radar alanı
radar scope
radar alanı
radar scope
radar ekranı
rear radar scope
arka radar alanı
comprehensive in scope or extent
kapsamı veya ölçüde geniş kapsamlı
economies of scope
(Ekonomi) Faaliyet alanı ekonomisi
economies of scope
kapsam ekonomisi
economy of scope
faaliyet ekonomisi
extent or scope; e.g. breadth, width or amplitude
ölçüde veya kapsamı; örneğin genişliği, genişlik ve genlik
front radar scope
on radar alanı
supply chain scope
tedarik zinciri kapsamı
within the scope
kapsamında
activate scope
(Bilgisayar) kapsamı etkinleştir
create scope
(Bilgisayar) kapsam oluştur
fish scope
(Denizbilim) yankı iskandili ekranı
glide scope
(Havacılık) süzülme eğimi
group scope
(Bilgisayar) grup kapsamı
i scope
(Havacılık) ı skobu
leave it out of the scope
kapsam dışında bırakmak
legal scope
(Ticaret) yasal kapsam
legal scope
hukuki kapsam
limited scope
dar kapsam
narrow scope
dar kapsam
radar scope
(Askeri) RADAR IŞIN TÜPÜ
radar scope overlays
(Askeri) RADAR İLAVE BİLGİLER TABAKASI: Radar yansımalarının mukayesesi ve tanımı amacıyla radar skopunun ekranının üzerine koymak üzere hazırlanmış şeffaf tabakalar
radar scope photography
(Askeri) RADAR SKOP FOTOĞRAFI: Bir radar ekranında çıkan ekoların filme kaydı
scoping
(Ticaret) kapsamın belirlenmesi
sniper scope
(Askeri) SNAYPERSKOP: Bir "snosperscope" ile bir karabina veya diğer ateşli silahı birleştiren ve nişancının hedefleri karanlıkta görüp ateş altına almasına imkan veren cihaz
snooper scope
(Askeri) SNOPERSKOP: Enfraruj ışınları veren bir tertibat ile bir dürbünü bulunan, nişancıya karanlıkta görüş imkanı sağlayan ve elle taşınan bir cihaz
spotting scope
bir tür teleskop
take place in the scope of
kapsamında yer almak
ttl scope
TTL Kapsamı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
a device used in aiming a projectile, through which the person aiming looks at the intended target
To perform a cursory investigation, as to scope out
To perform arthroscopic surgery

The surgeon will scope the football player's knee to repair damage to a ligament.

The region of program source in which an identifier is meaningful
The breadth, depth or reach of a subject; a domain
A short version of periscope, or telescope or oscilloscope
a range of action or view
Extended area
Room or opportunity for free outlook or aim; space for action; amplitude of opportunity; free course or vent; liberty; range of view, intent, or action
{n} a drift, intention, liberty, room, sally
Defines the visibility of a variable, procedure, or object For example, a variable declared as Public is visible to all procedures in all modules Variables declared in procedures are visible only within the procedure and lose their value between calls
an area in which something acts or operates or has power or control: "the range of a supersonic jet"; "the ambit of municipal legislation"; "within the compass of this article"; "within the scope of an investigation"; "outside the reach of the law"; "in the political orbit of a world power"
electronic equipment that provides visual images of varying electrical quantities
That at which one aims; the thing or end to which the mind directs its view; that which is purposed to be reached or accomplished; hence, ultimate design, aim, or purpose; intention; drift; object
the state of the environment in which a situation exists; "you can't do that in a university setting"
The ratio of the length of an anchor line, from a vessel's bow to the anchor, to the depth of the water
A characteristic of an identifier that determines where the identifier can be used Most identifiers in the Java language have either class or local scope Instance and class variables and methods have class scope; they can be used outside the class and its subclasses only by prefixing them with an instance of the class or (for class variables and methods) with the class name All other variables are declared within methods and have local scope; they can be used only within the enclosing block
(n ) that part of an executable program within which a lexical token has a single interpretation It may be an executable program, a scoping unit, a single statement, or a part of a statement
A scope delimits logically independent sections The scope delimiters in the STAR grammar are data blocks and the save frames Multiple data blocks may occur within a single file, but the definitions and declarations in different data blocks are logically independent Similarly, save frames delimit sections of independent scope within a data block The mmCIF dictionary is organized as a collection of save frames within a single data block Each save frame holds a different definition, and this set of related definitions is arranged in a single data block
If there is scope for a particular kind of behaviour or activity, people have the opportunity to behave in this way or do that activity. He believed in giving his staff scope for initiative Banks had increased scope to develop new financial products
The combination of all project goals and tasks and the work required to accomplish them There are two aspects to scope, business scope and technical scope (back to top)
That part of a source program in which a variable is visible
There are 4 types of scope: local - names local to the current block; function - labels can be used anywhere in the function they are declared; file - name declared outside all blocks and classes and therefore gobal; class - the name of a class member is local to its own class and can't be used outside of that class
The scope of a quantifier is the range in which its corresponding variable is bound It begins with the left parenthesis which precedes the quantifier, and ends with the matching right parenthesis
The ratio between the length of an anchor rope and the depth of the water in which a vessel is anchored
Scope is the way that we describe the boundaries of the project It defines what the project will deliver and what it will not deliver For larger projects, it can include the organizations affected, the transactions affected, the data types included, etc See 5 1 1 Defining Scope for more information
The scope of an identifier is the region of a program source within which it represents a certain thing
Length; extent; sweep; as, scope of cable
[n] the range of subjects or types of collections in which the Museum is interested (the scope is determined from the Museum's mission)
The scope of an activity, topic, or piece of work is the whole area which it deals with or includes. Mr Dobson promised to widen the organisation's scope of activity. scope out to look at something or someone to see what they are like
a magnifier of images of distant objects
A variable's scope is the areas of a program in which it can be accessed, according to the rules of the programming language
A characteristic of an identifier that determines where the identifier can be used Scope is determined by visibility modifiers: private, public, and protected Protected is essentially the default visibility modifier Most identifiers in the JavaTM programming environment have either class or local scope Instance and class variables and methods have class scope; they can be used outside the class and its subclasses only by prefixing them with an instance of the class or (for class variables and methods) with the class name All other variables are declared within methods and have local scope
Area served by a program Note: Most programs in the inventory are statewide in scope However, some programs focus more narrowly, such as on regions or communities The primary inclusion criterion for programs of any scope is involvement in some capacity by the state department of health
Defines the visibility of a variable, procedure, or object Variables declared in functions are visible only within the function and lose their value between calls
Scope consists of the range of actions, alternatives, and impacts the USFS determines will be considered in an environmental document (either EA or EIS)
(Ticaret) A measurable definition of the goals, resources, timing and desired outcome of an implementation project or activity
A scope defines the level of advertisement for an address The level is a level of a peer group in the PNNI routing hierarchy
{i} range; extent; sphere, area; space, expanse; opportunity or room for action and thought
A combining form usually signifying an instrument for viewing (with the eye) or observing (in any way); as in microscope, telescope, altoscope, anemoscope
A language's scope rules determine how widely variables, methods and classes are visible within a class or program Local variables have a scope limited to the block in which they are defined, for instance Private methods and variables have class scope, limiting their accessibility to their defining class Java provides private, package, protected and public visibility
In programming, the extent to which an identifier, such as a constant, data type, variable, or routine, can be referenced within a program Scope can be global or local Scope can also be affected by redefining identifiers, such as by giving the same name to both a global variable and a local variable
The region of a program in which a variable is defined and can be referenced
NCL: The range or area within a program in which an identifier is meaningful
The scope of a variable defines whether or not it can be accessed In a variable has global scope then it can be accessed everywhere If it has local scope then it can only be accessed in the block it is defined, and all inner blocks
The scope or context is the range, usually surrounded by braces, that a variable or function is available or usable in
Each project has five areas of influence that can be viewed from a specific emphasis, or scope These five scopes are financial (budget and cost flow), logical (business rules, analysis, design, and implementation), organizational (personnel and managerial responsibility), temporal (schedules, task breakdowns, and durations), and deliverable scopes (all outputs of the system and process used to develop it)
compass
scope creep
Frequent and uncontrolled changes in the scope or requirements of a project
scope out
To examine; to scout; to investigate; to check out

The conference starts on the 12th, but the building will be open on the 11th if you want to scope out the room ahead of time.

scope out
Look at something or someone to see what they are like.: "Let's go inside and scope out the menu
scope creep
The addition of new work by the Sponsor to the original scope criteria The additional work may be on the process or on the software function (this is often called function creep)
scope creep
The continual informal increase of scope (addition of requirements) without adequate scope management to control the impact of these additional requirements on the endeavor’s cost or schedule
scope creep
The slow expansion of scope during a project (back to top)
scope creep
The gradual addition of extra effort or size of deliverables Each addition may be so small that it could be overlooked in terms of its impact on the completion of the project, but the cumulative effect could be considerable
scope creep
The tendency of a project to include more tasks or to implement more systems than originally specified, which often leads to higher than planned project costs and an extension of the initial implementation date
scope of work
A detailed description of the project, including measurable objectives useful for determining successful completion The scope of work is negotiated between Ecology and the grant recipient
scope of work
A detailed description of tasks is prepared in advance of engineering and environmental work to explicitly define the contents of studies
scope of work
The description of the work to be performed and completed on a research project
scope of work
The goals, objectives, activities, and timelines of the approved grant application
scope of work
the amount and type of information researched and the analysis applied in an assignment Scope of work includes, but is not limited to, the following
-scope
Used to make terms denoting an instrument used for viewing or examination
economies of scope
Cost savings achieved by one company conducting business in two or more areas that would not be achieved by separate companies conducting business in each of those areas
Scopes
{i} family name; John T. Scopes (1900-1970), high school science teacher from Tennessee who was tried and found guilty of teaching the theory of evolution (he was later acquitted)
Scopes
American teacher who violated a state law by teaching the theory of evolution in a Tennessee high school. His trial (July 1925) was a highly publicized confrontation between defense attorney Clarence Darrow and the director of the prosecution, William Jennings Bryan. Scopes was found guilty and fined a nominal sum, but his conviction was later reversed on technical grounds
ample scope
extensive range, broad extent
beyond his scope
beyond his capability
economies of scope
Decreases in average total cost made possible by increasing the number of different goods produced
economies of scope
Economies in which materials and processes employed in one product can be used to make other, related products
economies of scope
the cost advantages for an established manufacturer to make related products
economies of scope
Increased business that can be achieved by offering many products in one easy-to-reach location 564
economies of scope
a situation where average total costs decline when different types of good are produced (chapter 8)
economies of scope
the situation that exists when it is less expensive to produce two products together than it would be to produce each one separately
economies of scope
Reductions in cost which arise from producing a number of different products together
economies of scope
what exists when it is less expensive to produce two products together than it would be to produce each one separately
economies of scope
Scope economies exist whenever the same investment can support multiple profitable activities less expensively in combination than separately
enlarged the scope
increased the extent, broadened the span or reach
scoped
Past tense of to scope
scopes
plural of scope
scopes
Tennessee highschool teacher who violated a state law by teaching evolution; in a highly publicized trial in 1925 he was prosecuted by William Jennings Bryan and defended by Clarence Darrow (1900-1970)
scoping
An exercise involving the preliminary identification of the environmental issues surrounding a project that requires an assessment Scoping should take place soon after the project has passed the Initial Review Scoping identifies the potential impacts which are to be addressed in detail by the assessment Scoping will usually initiate the public consultation/public participation process
scoping
A consultative process for identifying and possibly reducing the number of items (e g , issues, VECs) to be examined until only the most important items remain for detailed assessment Scoping ensures that assessment effort will not be expended in the examination of trivial effects
scoping
In CERCLA, scoping is the initial planning phase of the cleanup process, when requirements are discussed and the projects defined In the NEPA process, scoping relates to public involvement to help identify significant issues early so that efforts can be focused on those areas requiring resolution and to present a balanced environmental impact statement
scoping
Part of the NEPA process to determine public opinion, receive comments and suggestions, and determine issues during the environmental analysis process It may involve public meetings, telephone conversations, or letters You don't have to be professionally involved in timber issues to give your heart felt opinion on clearcutting ancient forests
scoping
present participle of scope
scoping
Scoping is the early, up-front and open process to determine the extent of the significant issues, such as resource problems and concerns, regulatory requirements, etc , to be addressed in the planning process
scoping
The process where the projects parameters are determined It is the act of determining the type and size of a project needed to address an identified transportation system need
scoping
Routing errors to the object "closest" to the error, then to more generic objects
scoping
The ongoing process to determine public opinion, receive comments and suggestions, and determine issues during the environmental analysis process It may involve public meetings, telephone conversations, or letters
scoping
Scoping requires that the USFS examine a proposed action and its possible effects, establishes the depth of environmental analysis required; and determines the analysis procedures and data needed If the public does not raise an issue at this point in NEPA the USFS will often claim later it was not raised during scoping to avoid the issue entirely Usually there is a 30-day scoping comment period after release of the scoping statement
scoping
An integral part of environmental analysis Scoping requires examining a proposed action and its possible effects; establishing the depth of environmental analysis needed; determining analysis procedures, data needed, and task assignments The public is encouraged to participate and submit comments on proposed projects during the scoping period Usually there is a date associated with the end or closure of the scoping period It is that date which your response to the formal scoping statement is due; this is usually 30 days after release of the scoping statement Especially valuable at this early stage are your concerns regarding potential environmental impacts of our proposed actions
scoping
The process for identifying the range of issues, management concerns, preliminary alternatives, and other components of an environmental impact statement It involves both internal and public viewpoints
scoping
 - "Scoping" is a process for determining the scope of issues to be addressed in an EA and EIS and for identifying significant issues to be analyzed in depth in an EIS
scoping
a preliminary assessment to define the focus (range and depth of factors) of an environmental impact study (see also: Environmental Impact Assessment)
scoping
Process to identify what potential environmental impacts, alternatives and other issues will be addressed in the EIS
scoping
A high-level analysis of an enterprise to determine the magnitude or impact of the Year 2000 problem It usually results in preliminary estimates of the time, resources, and costs that would be needed to achieve compliance Determining the "scope" of the problem is generally followed by an "impact analysis"
starlight scope
optical device that increases nighttime light and allows one to see in the dark
wide scope
broad scope, ability to operate
within his scope
within his range, in the area which he is capable of succeeding in, at arm's reach
scope
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