stacked

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
istifli
yığılı
yığın
{f} yığ

Tom kutuları duvarın önüne yığdı. - Tom stacked the boxes up against the wall.

Onları duvarın dibine yığmış olmalı. - He must have stacked them up against the wall.

istif edilmiş
stack
{i} yığın

Tom'un masasında bir yığın çizgi roman var. - There's a stack of comic books on Tom's desk.

Tom Mary'nin masasına bir yığın mektup koydu. - Tom put a stack of letters on Mary's desk.

stacked up
kadar yığılmış
stacked charge
(Askeri) ŞİDDETLENDİRİCİ, YEMLEME BARUTU: Barut kesesinin içinde uç uca dizilmiş barut tanelerinden meydana gelen şiddetlendirici yemleme barutu
stacked corners
(Bilgisayar) yığılı köşeler
stacked job
toplu iş
stacked line
(Bilgisayar) yığılı çizgi
stacked tripod template
yığılmış tripod platformu
stack
Ek Bellek
stack
kümelemek
stack
küme
stack
egzoz
stack
{f} çatmak (tüfekleri)
stack
{f} istif etmek
stack
baca
stack
yığınlamak
stack
(Bilgisayar) yığınla
stack
ekin yığını
stack
dizi
stack
çatmak
stack
çatı
stack
{i} (üst üste konulmuş şeylerin oluşturduğu)
stack
sap
stack
yiğit
stack
{f} yüklemek
stack
demet
stack
bolluk
stack
istif

Tom yakacak odunu evin arkasına istif etti. - Tom stacked the firewood behind the house.

Tom kutuları dikkatle istifliyor. - Tom is carefully stacking the boxes.

stack
yığmak
well stacked
iyi  istiflenmiş
stack
muntazam yığın
stack
saman veya ot kümesi, tınaz, istif
stack
kitap rafları (özellikle büyük kütüphanelerde)
stack
büyük yığın
stack
tüfek çatısı
stack
{i} kitap rafı
stack
tınaz
stack
{i} çatılmış bir grup (silah), çatı: a stack of rifles bir tüfek çatısı
stack
dokurcun
stack
saman veya ot kümesi
stack
demet,v.yığ: n.yığın
stack
daireler çizerek uçmak
stack
ortak anten
stack
have the cards stacked against one güç bir durumda olmak
stack
yığıt
stack
engeller karşısında
stack
deste

Tom makbuz destesini çekmeceye koydu. - Tom put the stack of receipts into the drawer.

stack
(Askeri) İSTİF YAPMAK: İkmal maddelerini muntazam ve toplu bir şekilde tertiplemek
stack
Destek Bellek
stack
kitap rafları k
well stacked
iyi istiflenmiş
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Unfairly constructed, as a stacked deck of cards

That game is stacked. Don't even try it.

Simple past tense and past participle of stack
Having large breasts

That girl at the party was really stacked.

arranged in a stack

The plates were stacked waiting to be cleaned.

A pressure system which shows up in the same general location on every height analysis or forecast chart This is an indication low pressure is weakening (filling) or a pressure system is stalling
A condition characterized by a shift in the binding of a book
If a place or surface is stacked with objects, it is filled with piles of them. Shops in Ho Chi Minh City are stacked with goods. Large-breasted. used to describe a woman with large breasts
Windows that are joined in a vertical plane, one above the other
Applies to un- or underinsured motorists bodily injury coverage This will in effect multiply the amount of coverage an insured has Two stacked autos with limits of $50,000 per person/$100,000 per accident will provide coverage of $100,000 per person/$200,000 per accident
Windows that are mulled vertically, one above the other
The body position in which the knees are directly over the ski bindings, the back is straight, and the skier's weight is centered over the skis
well or attractively formed with respect to physique
Journal formats ads all in the front and/or back of publication with no advertisements in the editorial section
Bar Charts illustrate the value of both the total of each bar and the value of segments within each bar Each segment of a bar represents a different portion or sub-set of the total
Regular past or past participle of stack
stacked heel
A shoe heel made of several layers of material
stacked heel
a heel made of many layers of leather
deep stacked
Having a deep stack
short stacked
Having a short stack
stack
A fall or crash, a prang
stack
A large amount of an object
stack
Compactly spaced bookshelves used to house large collections of books
stack
To arrange in a stack, or to add to an existing stack

Please stack those chairs in the corner.

stack
A pile of rifles or muskets in a cone shape
stack
A pile of wood containing 108 cubic feet. (~3 m³)
stack
A coastal landform, consisting of a large vertical column of rock in the sea
stack
A vertical drain pipe
stack
To deliberately distort the composition of (an assembly, committee, etc.)

The Government was accused of stacking the parliamentary committee.

stack
To take all the money another player currently has on the table

I won Jill's last $100 this hand; I stacked her!.

stack
To fall or crash

Jim couldn't make it today as he stacked his car on the weekend.

stack
A portion of computer memory occupied by a stack data structure, particularly (the stack) that portion of main memory manipulated during machine language procedure call related instructions
stack
an orderly pile arrange the order of so as to increase one's winning chances; "stack the deck of cards" arrange in stacks; "heap firewood around the fireplace"; "stack your books up on the shelves" load or cover with stacks; "stack a truck with boxes
stack
{v} pile up, pile up in ricks, stumble
stack
{n} a large pile, rick, quantity, number
stack
Reserved area of memory where the processor saves the return address when a call instruction is received When a return instruction is encountered, the processor restores the current address on the stack to the program counter Data such as the contents of the registers can also be saved on the stack The push instruction places data on the stack and the pop instruction removes it An item is pushed onto the stack by decrementing the stack pointer (SP) by 2 and writing the item at the SP address In other words, the stack grows downward in memory
stack
Coastal landform. A large vertical column of rock in the sea
stack
If you say that the odds are stacked against someone, or that particular factors are stacked against them, you mean that they are unlikely to succeed in what they want to do because the conditions are not favourable. The odds are stacked against civilians getting a fair trial Everything seems to be stacked against us
stack
When a blind is in its closed position, the area taken up by the fabric/slats etc is the stack The smaller the stack, the more preferable, as the blind appears neater and obscures less of the view
stack
a storage device that handles data so that the next item to be retrieved is the item most recently stored (LIFO)
stack
the term for a seismic dataset that has been processed through the common midpoint or common reflection point stacking procedure The seismic acquisition program is usually designed to create redundant observations of the same subsurface targets Typically these redundant observations have different travel paths to the reflector, so are somewhat independent as far as noise content After correcting each individual observation or trace for differences in the length of the travel path, these independent observations may be added together to create a new trace that usually has a lower noise content than any of the individual traces AVO analysis of the seismic data must be done on un-stacked (pre-stack) data
stack
A container holding a sequence of elements and allowing you to insert elements at one end of the sequence and delete elements from the same end of the sequence
stack
To lay in a conical or other pile; to make into a large pile; as, to stack hay, cornstalks, or grain; to stack or place wood
stack
arrange in stacks; "heap firewood around the fireplace"; "stack your books up on the shelves"
stack
A portion of memory in a computer occupied by a stack data structure, particularly (the stack) that portion of main memory manipulated during machine language procedure call related instructions
stack
A contiguous array of bytes in the address space that grows from low addresses to high addresses It consists of contiguous frames, one frame for each active procedure i960 architecture defines three stacks: local, supervisor and interrupt
stack
Hence: Any single insulated and prominent structure, or upright pipe, which affords a conduit for smoke; as, the brick smokestack of a factory; the smokestack of a steam vessel
stack
A large pile of hay, grain, straw, or the like, usually of a nearly conical form, but sometimes rectangular or oblong, contracted at the top to a point or ridge, and sometimes covered with thatch
stack
{f} place one thing on top of another in a heap, pile
stack
the most basic combination of transducer and amplifying elements together forming a resonant body to be attached to (or including) a radiating surface or horn In some magnetostrictive transducers, the stack is a set of nickel laminations (shims) brazed at the ends and somemes at the midpoint and fastened to the front driver or horn
stack
A smokestack
stack
(often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; "a batch of letters"; "a deal of trouble"; "a lot of money"; "he made a mint on the stock market"; "it must have cost plenty"
stack
arrange the order of so as to increase one's winning chances; "stack the deck of cards"
stack
A linear data structure in which the last datum stored is the first retrieved; a LIFO queue
stack
A block of memory used by programs for temporary storage of variables It is a LIFO (Last In First Out) buffer and is not randomly addressed Variables are "Pushed" onto the stack and "Poped" back from the stack
stack
A large pile of hay, grain, straw, or the like, larger at the bottom than the top, sometimes covered with thatch
stack
The shelves on which the library's materials are stored The plural, stacks, is often used See also Range, Shelving
stack
To place the rope in an orderly pile such that the end tied to the leader is on top This helps to keep the rope free of knots and kinks so that it will feed smoothly
stack
A pile of wood containing 108 cubic feet
stack
A data structure in which new elements are added to and removed from the top of the structure A stack is characterized by last-in, first-out (LIFO) behavior
stack
An offensive alignment in which two players set up in a low post position one side of the lane and a third player is in the low post on the other side Most commonly used for throw-ins from behind the baseline
stack
an orderly pile
stack
The shelves or bookcases on which the library's materials are stored The plural, stacks, is often used ("In the stacks on floor 3 ") See Also Rack, Range, Shelving
stack
an orderly pile arrange the order of so as to increase one's winning chances; "stack the deck of cards"
stack
an area of memory used to implement a data structure that follows the last in, first out method of access In most cases, the stack is used by the processor to keep track of subroutine calls and returns
stack
If you say that someone has stacks of something, you mean that they have a lot of it. If the job's that good, you'll have stacks of money
stack
A dynamic, sequential data list usually contained in the computer system's main memory It has special provisions to access data from either end Storage and retrieval of data from the stack is performed automatically by the CPU
stack
In network parlance, a stack is a set of layered programs, each of which talks to the ones above and below it Below is an illustration of the most common kind of network stack, showing how an application program talks through the stack to the low-level network
stack
To arrange the cards in a deck in a particular manner
stack
load or cover with stacks; "stack a truck with boxes"
stack
A section of RAM which is used to store temporary data A stack is a last-in-first-out (LIFO) structure
stack
To place one or more objects or material in the form of a stack or on an existing stack
stack
NB Obsolete Use [/vbox /left [A1 , An]] instead [/stack [A1 An]], the elements A1 thru An are stacked one above another and left aligned
stack
{i} heap; tall bookshelf; chimney; (Computers) area in memory where information can be stored and then retrieved in the reverse order; (Internet) layers of the open system interconnection used to transfer information
stack
offensive strategy in which all the players line up down the middle of the field and alternately make cuts to the side
stack
The funnel or "chimney" from which the ship's gasses of combustion are freed to the atmosphere
stack
The place in the corner of the room where you pile unopened software manuals
stack
A pile of similar objects, each directly on top of the last
stack
A common data structure in computing Data items are "popped" and "pushed" (stored and retrieved) from the top of the stack Stacks normally have a maximum size It is an error to push items onto a full stack, or pop items off an empty stack In TrueType *hinting, all *instructions pop their arguments from the stack, although this aspect of the language is hidden in many TrueType hinting editors - and in *TypeMan Talk For efficiency, hint assemblers and compilers typically push all the arguments for a glyph's instructions onto the stack at the beginning The stack's maximum size is stored in the *'maxp' table of a TrueType font
stack
If you stack a number of things, you arrange them in neat piles. Mme Cathiard was stacking the clean bottles in crates They are stacked neatly in piles of three. Stack up means the same as stack. He ordered them to stack up pillows behind his back. plates of delicious food stacked up on the counters
stack
A number of flues embodied in one structure, rising above the roof
stack
(1) A data structure that provides a dynamic, sequential data list that can be accessed from either end; a last-in, first-out (push down, pop up) stack is accessed from just one end (2) A dynamic area of memory used to hold information temporarily; a push/pop method of adding and retrieving information is used (3) A portion of computer memory and/or registers used to hold information temporarily The stack consists of stack frames that hold return locations for called routines, routine arguments, local variables, and saved registers
stack
load or cover with stacks; "stack a truck with boxes
stack
If someone in authority stacks an organization or body, they fill it with their own supporters so that the decisions it makes will be the ones they want it to make. They said they were going to stack the court with anti-abortion judges = pack see also stacked, chimney stack
stack
A pile of poles or wood, indefinite in quantity
stack
A stack of things is a pile of them. There were stacks of books on the bedside table and floor
stack
region of memory in which programs store status data, such as function call return addresses, passed parameters, and sometimes local variables The program, microprocessor and operating system can all maintain one or more separate stacks
stack
—An area of program memory used to store local program variables, method parameters, and return values In NET languages, value types are allocated on the stack See Heap
stack
A pile of wood containing 108 cubic feet. (~3 m³)
stack
a list in which the next item to be removed is the item most recently stored (LIFO)
stack
a large tall chimney through which combustion gases and smoke can be evacuated
stack
The amount of money a player has on the table
well-stacked
well or attractively formed with respect to physique
stacked

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