string

listen to the pronunciation of string
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
sicim

Polis, sahnenin arkasında sicim çeken biri olduğunu söylüyor. - The police say there's someone pulling string behind the scenes.

Ne kadar sicime ihtiyacın var? - How much string do you need?

dizi

Bir dizi felaket bölgeyi vurdu. - A string of disasters struck the region.

{i} ip
{i} tel

Birçok gitarın altı teli var. - Most guitars have six strings.

Gitarımda bir tel kırdım. - I broke a string on my guitar.

{f} bağlamak
{i} kiriş
kılçık
{f} germek
sıkıştırmak
(Muzik) piyano teli
rondela
(Dilbilim) diziliş
ayakkabı bağı
yay

Keman, yaylı bir enstrümandır. - A violin is a stringed instrument.

Tom yaylı sazlar dörtlüsü duyduğunda sık sık Mary'yi düşünür. - Tom often thinks of Mary when he hears a string quartet.

hevenk
sua
şerit
/vb.dizisi
sıra
boncuk
ipliğe dizmek ya da geçirmek
{f} ipe diz
telli çalgılar

Telli çalgıların birlikte çalması gerekiyor. - The strings need to play together.

bağ

O paketi bir iple bağladı. - He bound the package with a string.

Anne, bir parça iple üç kurşun kalemi bağladı. - Mother tied up three pencils with a piece of string.

(çalgıya) tel takmak
kordon
kayıt
koşul
şart
ç
sinir
karakter dizisi
kiriş tel
{i} yay (keman)
(isim) kılçık (fasulye vb.), ip, kordon, sicim, bağ, bağcık, kiriş, tel, lif, yay (keman), dizi, damar (yaprak), koşul, şart
{f} (fasulyenin kılçığını) çıkarmak
{f} kandırmak
{f} düzenlemek
dizilim dizi, dizgi Dize
{i} kılçık (fasulye vb.)
{f} ipe dizmek
(fiil) takmak (tel, ip), dizmek, germek, bağlamak, ipe dizmek, düzenlemek, sıralamak, kılçıklarını ayıklamak, sıra halinde gitmek, yutturmak, kandırmak, aldatmak
string bag file string band yaylı sazlar orkestrası
string bean çalı fasulyesi
{f} (boncuk v.b.'ni) ipe dizmek
saz teli
{f} sıralamak
{f} (telli çalgıya/piyanoya) tel takmak
dizgi,v.ipe diz: n.ip
(Askeri) ÜSTTEN KADEMELİ UÇUŞ DÜZENİ: Uçakların tam birbiri arkasından ve kademeli olarak; yani gerideki uçaklar öndekilerden daha yüksekte olmak üzere, aldıkları uçuş düzeni
yaylı sazlar

Tom yaylı sazlar dörtlüsü duyduğunda sık sık Mary'yi düşünür. - Tom often thinks of Mary when he hears a string quartet.

{f} aldatmak
{f} takmak tel
{i} (Bilgisayar) dizgi
{i} (telli çalgılarda) tel/kiriş; (piyanoda) tel
{i} damar (yaprak)
{i} bağcık
{f} (strung)
{f} sıra halinde gitmek
{f} dizmek
{i} lif
{f} yutturmak
{f} kılçıklarını ayıklamak
(Nükleer Bilimler) dizim
ip sicim
ipe geçirmek
(Bilgisayar) dize

Hep aynı dizeleri çalarsan monotonluk gelişir. - Monotony develops when you harp on the same string.

(Tekstil) iplik
yaprak damarı
(Bilgisayar) string
string bean
çalı fasülyesi
string bean
ayşekadın
string beans
(Gıda) ayşekadın fasulye
string beans
(Gıda) çalı fasulye
string beans
çalıfasulyesi
string beans
(Gıda) çalı fasulyesi
string cheese
(Gıda) dil peyniri
string editor
(Bilgisayar) dize düzenleyicisi
string ligament
(Anatomi) dilaltı bağı
string literal
(Bilgisayar) harflerden oluşan dizisi
string models
string modelleri
string number
(Bilgisayar) dize numarası
string out
ipe asmak
string polygon
ip poligonu
string storage
(Bilgisayar) dize depolama birimi
string storage
(Bilgisayar) dize deposu
string too big
(Bilgisayar) dize çok büyük
string too long
(Bilgisayar) dize çok uzun
string trimmer
ot biçme makinesi
string up
asmak
string value
(Bilgisayar) dize değeri
string vest
(Askeri) tire fanila
string along
boş vaatlerle kandırmak
string band
telli çalgılar orkestrası
string bean
çalıfasulyesi
string instrument
yaylı saz
string instruments
telli sazlar
string length
dizgi uzunluğu
string piece
döşeme kirişi
string quartet
yaylı sazlar dörtlüsü

Tom yaylı sazlar dörtlüsü duyduğunda sık sık Mary'yi düşünür. - Tom often thinks of Mary when he hears a string quartet.

string up
as
string bean
Ayşekadın fasulyesi
string break
dizgi kırılması/bitişi
string manipulation
dizgi işleme
string of
string
string orchestra
yaylı sazlar orkestrası
string processing languages
dizgi işleme dilleri
string together
(deyim) Kolye gibi dağılan bir diziyi bir araya getirmek
string up
İpe çekmek, aşmak
string up
İpe dizer gibi yan yana koymak
string-puller
dizgesel çektirmenin
string along
oyalamak
string along
(ile) beraber gitmek/gelmek
string along
kandırmak
string along
ayak uydurmak
string along
birlikte gitmek
string along
peşinden gitmek
string along
(with) k.dili
string along
(birine) uymak; (birinin) dediklerini yapmak
string along
(deyim) string someone along aldatmak,yanıltmak,gönül eğlendirmek
string along with
uymak
string along with
ayak uydurmak
string bag
file
string band
yaylı sazlar orkestrası
string bean
çalı fasulyesi
string break
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) dizgi kırılması
string break
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) dizgi bitişi
string control byte
dizilim denetim baytı
string instrument
telli müzik aleti, telli çalgı
string matching
dizgi esleme
string option
dizi seçenekleri
string out
-i ipe asmak
string s.o. along
{k} birine umut vererek aldatmak, birini oyalamak
string s.o. along
{k} (vakit kazanmak için) birini oyalamak
string s.o. up
{k} birini ipe çekmek
string up
sinirlendirmek
string up
sinir etmek
string up
ipe çekmek
string variable
dizi değişkeni
six-string
Altı telli çalgı, gitar
drill string
(İnşaat) sondaj düzeneği
drill string
(İnşaat) sondaj tertibatı
edit string
(Bilgisayar) dize düzenle
neck string
(Televizyon) boyun askısı
null string
(Bilgisayar) boş dizgi
nylon string guitar
(Muzik) klasik gitar
other string
(Bilgisayar) diğer dize
query string
(Bilgisayar) sorgu dizesi
strings
(Muzik) yaylı çalgılar
strung
dizili
violin string
(Muzik) kiriş
alphabetic string
alfabetik dizgi
character string
Karakter Dizgisi
empty string
boş dizgi
face string
alınlık kirişi
harp on the same string
diline dolamak
navel string
göbek kordonu
null string
boş dizi
numeric string
sayısal katar
numeric string
sayısal dizgi
piano string
piyano teli
run on a shoe-string
az parayla işletmek
second string
ikinci sınıf
shoe string
ayakkabı bağı
stringed
iplikli
stringed
ipe dizilmiş
strings
telli çalgılar

Telli çalgıların birlikte çalması gerekiyor. - The strings need to play together.

strung
{f} diz
strung
tel takmak
strung
akort etmek
word string
kelime dizisi
a grin doesn`t take the string out
öfke ağrıyı dindirmez
a string
bir dize
ball of string
string topu
broken string
kopmuş tel
find text string
metin dizesi bulmak
g-string
Jartiyer
ham string
jambon string
hold the purse string
çanta string tütün
letter string
mektup string
numeric string
sayısal dizgi, sayısal katar
pull the string
string çekme
purse-string
çanta-string
second string
(Spor) Yedek oyuncu
silly string
Sprey şeklinde püskürtülen, havayla temas edince polimerleşen, sıvı plastikten yapılmış esnek ve parlak renkli iplikler şeklinde oyuncak
string of
dize of
strings
yaylılar
strung
sınırlı
text string search
metin dizesi arama
the latch string is always out
(deyim) (Misafirperverlik anlatır) Sana/size kapımız her zaman açık
the latch string is out
(deyim) (Misafirperverlik anlatır) Sana/size kapımız her zaman açık
adapter string
Bağdaştırıcı Dizilimi
closed string
basamak oyuntulu kiriş
continuous string
(İnşaat) sürekli limon kirişi
have more than one string to one's bow
birden fazla seçeneği olmak
invalid class string
(Bilgisayar) geçersiz sınıf dizini
octet string
(Bilgisayar) sekizli dize
sample string
(Bilgisayar) örnek dize
stringed
{s} yaylı

Keman, yaylı bir enstrümandır. - A violin is a stringed instrument.

stringed
{s} telli
stringed
{s} telli: stringed instrument telli çalgı
strings
yaylı sazlar
strung
f., bak. string 2
strung
string ipe diz/tel tak
symbol string
simge dizilimi
terminal string
(Dilbilim) bitim zinciri
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A slang term for cannabis or marijuana
A series of items or events

a string of successes.

the main object of study in string theory, a branch of theoretical physics
The conditions and limitations in a contract collecively

no strings attached.

To put strings on (something)

It is difficult to string a tennis racket properly.

A minigame of billiards, where the order of the play is determined by testing who can get a ball closest to the bottom rail by shooting it onto the end rail
A long, thin and flexible structure made from threads twisted together
A cohesive substance taking the form of a string

The string of spittle dangling from his chin was most unattractive.

Any similar long, thin and flexible object

a bowstring.

Such a structure considered as a substance
A stringed instrument
To put (items) on a string

You can string these beads on to this cord to make a colorful necklace.

The stringed instruments as a section of an orchestra, especially those played by a bow, or the persons playing those instruments
An ordered sequence of symbols or characters stored consecutively in memory and capable of being processed as a single entity
{n} a slender rope, cord, line, nerve, series, set
{v} to furnish with or put on strings, file, tighten
- A sequence of characters, as in a "search string "
A string to SM is a sequence of characters enclosed in single quotes: 'This is a string' Strings are primarily used in vector expressions, but are also used in a few other places (e g to specify a format for a PRINT or READ command) Note that characters in double quotes are not strings to SM, merely characters protected from variable expansion
A string is a kind of Lisp data object which contains a sequence of characters Many Emacs variables are intended to have strings as values The Lisp syntax for a string consists of the characters in the string with a `"' before and another `"' after A `"' that is part of the string must be written as `\"' and a `\' that is part of the string must be written as `\\' All other characters, including newline, can be included just by writing them inside the string; however, backslash sequences as in C, such as `\n' for newline or `\241' using an octal character code, are allowed as well
A sequence of text characters The details of string representation depends on implementation, and may include character sets that support international characters and graphics
a linear sequence of symbols (characters or words or phrases)
a certain number of turns at play, of rounds, etc
The strings on a musical instrument such as a violin or guitar are the thin pieces of wire or nylon stretched across it that make sounds when the instrument is played. He went off to change a guitar string. a twenty-one-string harp
string together; tie or fasten with a string; "string the package"
To hoax; josh; jolly
String is thin rope made of twisted threads, used for tying things together or tying up parcels. He held out a small bag tied with string. a shiny metallic coin on a string
To make tense; to strengthen
A stringed instrument or the person playing that instrument
Same as Stringcourse
A string of things is a number of them on a piece of string, thread, or wire. She wore a string of pearls around her neck. a string of fairy lights
If you pull strings, you use your influence with other people in order to get something done, often unfairly
A sequence of characters stored consecutively in memory and capable of being processed as a single entity
The tough fibrous substance that unites the valves of the pericap of leguminous plants, and which is readily pulled off; as, the strings of beans
an one dimensional array of characters
A sequence of characters In Java, represented by the object type String Although there is no primitive type representation of strings in Java, they are described in the sidebar on Java Primitive Types in the chapter on Things, Types, and Names
Variable-length strings may range in length from 0 to approximately 2 billion characters
a lightweight cord
a sequentially ordered set of things or events or ideas in which each successive member is related to the preceding; "a string of islands"; "train of mourners"; "a train of thought"
Data type A string is a sequence of characters
{i} cord; something resembling a cord or thread; fiber of a plant; group of objects linked together; series of connected events; chain of characters which are processed as one unit (Computers)
  A sequence of data elements, such as bits or characters, considered as a whole
it is assumed that each line is an entry (no multiple-line entries) and the definition and definiendum are separated by the character or string of characters specified by the user A sample entry for the dictionary is: bkra shis ** 1) auspiciousness, good luck, good fortune, goodness, prosperity, happiness 2) auspicious, favorable, fortunate, successful, felicitous, lucky 3) verse of auspiciousness; benediction, blessing 4) a personal name bde legs ** 1) goodness, happiness, well-being, wellfare, auspiciousness, good fortune 2) well, fine Here, the binary tree file would be generated with the command: java -cp DictionarySearchStandalone jar org thdl tib scanner BinaryFileGenerator -** my-glossary
Act of stringing for break
provide with strings; "string my guitar"
A nerve or tendon of an animal body
A bunch of characters (letters, symbols and/or numbers) strung together This sentence is a string
To deprive of strings; to strip the strings from; as, to string beans
The line from behind and over which the cue ball must be played after being out of play as by being pocketed or knocked off the table; called also string line
In computer parlance, a sequence of characters
stretch out or arrange like a string move or come along
A thread or cord on which a number of objects or parts are strung or arranged in close and orderly succession; hence, a line or series of things arranged on a thread, or as if so arranged; a succession; a concatenation; a chain; as, a string of shells or beads; a string of dried apples; a string of houses; a string of arguments
In various games, competitions, etc
add as if on a string; "string these ideas together"; "string up these songs and you'll have a musical"
A small, filamentous ramification of a metallic vein
the stringed instruments of an orchestra, in distinction from the wind instruments; as, the strings took up the theme
a necklace made by a stringing objects together; "a string of beads"; "a strand of pearls"
thread on or as if on a string; "string pearls on a string"; "the child drew glass beads on a string"; "thread dried cranberries"
A sequence of 1's and 0's (See, it's not just physicists who plumb Nature's deepest secrets -- we computer scientists theorize about strings as well!)Note: For simplicity, one usually assumes that every character in a string is either 1 or 0, but strings over larger alphabets can also be considered
The cord of a musical instrument, as of a piano, harp, or violin; specifically pl
remove the stringy parts of; "string beans"
A string of places or objects is a number of them that form a line. The landscape is broken only by a string of villages A string of five rowing boats set out from the opposite bank
If you string something somewhere, you hang it up between two or more objects. He had strung a banner across the wall. String up means the same as string. People were stringing up decorations on the fronts of their homes. see also highly strung, purse strings, second string, strung out
Any sequence of words or characters on a line
To form into a string or strings, as a substance which is stretched, or people who are moving along, etc
The strings are the section of an orchestra which consists of stringed instruments played with a bow. The strings provided a melodic background to the passages played by the soloist There was a 20-member string section
A sequence of characters
a collection of objects threaded on a single strand
A hoax; a trumped-up or "fake"
If something is offered to you with no strings attached or with no strings, it is offered without any special conditions. Aid should be given to developing countries with no strings attached. no-strings grants that last for five years
In computing, a string is a particular series of letters, numbers, symbols, or spaces, for example a word or phrase that you want to search for in a document
string band
A music group consisting solely of stringed instruments
string bands
plural form of string band
string bean
A tall and thin person
string bean
A long, slender variety of green bean

Well, I rung the fallout shelter bell / And I leaned my head and I gave a yell / “Give me a string bean, I’m a hungry man” / A shotgun fired and away I ran.

string beans
plural form of string bean
string cheese
Any of various cheeses that can be peeled in strings or strips
string distance
Any of several metrics that represent the degree of similarity betwen two strings of characters

The string distance between 'here' and 'there' is 1 (insertion of a t).

string distances
plural form of string distance
string ensemble
A music group consisting solely of stringed instruments
string hoppers
rice vermicelli, as prepared in the cuisines of Sri Lanka and South India
string instrument
A musical instrument that produces sound by means of vibrating strings
string orchestra
A music group consisting solely of stringed instruments
string quartet
a group of four musicians playing string instruments, usually two violins, a viola and a cello
string quartet
a musical composition for such a group
string sedge
A sedge species, Carex chordorrhiza
string sedges
plural form of string sedge
string someone along
To accept romantic feelings from someone, reciprocating the statements and acts of love, while hiding one's own disinterest
string theoretic
based on, or inspired by, string theory
string theories
plural form of string theory
string theory
A candidate unified theory of all physical forces and particles; a theory which suggests that subatomic particles are one-dimensional strings rather than zero-dimensional points. It also suggests that space-time can have up to nine dimensions, plus the dimension of time

String theory denies the existence of a hypothetical eleventh dimension.

string trimmer
A powered, hand-held garden implement that uses a rotating monofilament line to cut grass etc without damaging other objects
string trimmers
plural form of string trimmer
string up
To kill by hanging, especially to lynch

After years of brutal repression, any member of Saddam's palace guard stands to be strung up from the nearest lamppost by a vengeful Iraqi populace.

string up
To suspend by means of rope, cord or similar material

He has scars on his ankles, feet and hands from where they strung him up with ropes and beat him.

string up
To die by hanging

And now, my friend, said the Captain, let us understand each other. You have confessed yourself a spy, and should string up to the next tree..

string-net
A proposed extended object whose collective behaviour is considered to model the existence and properties of some subatomic particles
string of bad luck
(Ev ile ilgili) A series of events that are only bad luck
string bean
Green beans (American English) or French beans (British English) are the unripe fruits of any kind of bean, including the yardlong bean, the hyacinth bean, the winged bean, and especially the common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris), whose pods are also usually called string beans in the northeastern United States, but can also go by snap beans. Varieties have been bred especially for the fleshiness, flavor, or sweetness of their pods. Smaller bean pods are often referred to by the French name haricots verts. Apparently, the Pea is also classed as a Green Bean in the USA
string together
(deyim) Connect things, such as beads, together, as with string

My pearls broke and I had to take them to a jeweler to have them strung together again.

string along
If you string someone along, you deceive them by letting them believe you have the same desires, beliefs, or hopes as them. She took advantage of him, stringing him along even after they were divorced
string along
move or come along
string band
orchestra with chord instruments
string bean
green beans with strings that must be removed
string bean
String beans are vegetables similar to French beans, but thicker. = runner bean. a type of long thin green bean
string bean
String beans are long, very narrow green vegetables consisting of the cases that contain the seeds of a climbing plant
string bean
green bean
string bikini
extremely small bathing suit, minimal bathing suit which leaves no room for imagining
string cheese
cheese formed in long strings twisted together
string edit
change made to a string of characters, change made to a block of characters that act as one unit (Computers)
string instrument
{i} musical instrument whose sounds are created via strumming or plucking on their strings
string line
The balk line in billiards
string manipulation
performing different valuations of strings (Computers)
string of pearls
necklace made of pearls, chain of pearls
string of words
a linear sequence of words as spoken or written
string orchestra
musical ensemble made up of only stringed instruments (violins, cellos, etc.)
string orchestra
an orchestra playing only string instruments
string out
set out or stretch in a line, succession, or series; "the houses were strung out in a long row"
string out
set out or stretch in a line, succession, or series; "the houses were strung out in a long row
string out
{f} draw out; extend; prolong; spread out, stretch in a line or series (as houses in a long row)
string puppet
doll which is attached to a string
string quartet
part of a band that uses string instruments
string quartet
A string quartet is a group of four musicians who play stringed instruments together. The instruments are two violins, a viola, and a cello. a recital by the Borodin String Quartet
string quartet
A string quartet is a piece of music played on two violins, a viola, and a cello. Dvorak's String Quartet Opus
string quartet
Ensemble consisting of two violins, viola, and cello, or a work written for such an ensemble. Since 1775 such works have been perhaps the predominant genre of chamber music. It was principally developed (if not quite invented) by Joseph Haydn, who wrote some 70 quartets between 1757 and 1803. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Schubert, Béla Bartók, and Dmitry Shostakovich are the preeminent subsequent quartet composers. Works called string quartets have traditionally observed the four-movement design of the sonata and symphony. Like most chamber music genres, quartet music was traditionally intended primarily for the private enjoyment of amateur musicians rather than for public performance
string quartet
an instrumental quartet with 2 violins and a viola and a cello
string section
the section of an orchestra that plays stringed instruments
string tie
a very narrow necktie usually tied in a bow
string tie
A narrow necktie, usually tied in a bow. a thick string worn around your neck and held in place by a decorative object, worn especially by men in the western US
string together
If you string things together, you form something from them by adding them to each other, one at a time. As speech develops, the child starts to string more words together The speaker strung together a series of jokes
string up
add as if on a string; "string these ideas together"; "string up these songs and you'll have a musical"
string up
kill by hanging; "The murdered was hanged on Friday"
string up
To string someone up means to kill them by hanging them. Guards rushed into his cell and strung him up
G-string
On a stringed musical instrument, the string that produces the note of G
G-string
A scant covering for the genitalia, especially one worn by a stripper
G-string
A type of loincloth or breech cloth
apron string
One of the pair of strings or narrow sewn cloth strips used to fasten an apron around the wearer's waist
apron string
A symbol of the binding of a husband or of his fortunes to domestic life or to his wife
apron string hold
An estate held by a man during his wife's life
cosmic string
A cosmically-scaled string of mass-energy left over from the big bang as a topological defect in spacetime
first string
the first violinist in an orchestra
first string
the members of a sports team who play regularly at the start of a match (rather than being substituted on)
first-string
describing the members of a sports team who play regularly at the start of a match (rather than being substituted on)
gob-string
A bridle for a horse
how long is a piece of string
Used as a response to a question such as "How long will it take?" or "How big is it?" when the length or size is unknown, infinite, or variable
leading-string
Strings with which children were formerly guided while they were learning to walk

her lover treated me in all respects as a perfect infant. To say the truth, I wonder she had not insisted on my again wearing leading-strings.

pull the string
To throw an off-speed pitch, a change up, to cause the hitter to swing early and miss
score string
A wire strung with beads and hung horizontally above or near the table which is used to keep score
second string
Not as good; of a lower quality or condition

I got a new pair of shoes, so I think I'll use the old, second string pair in my garden.

second string
In sports, a unit of players that plays behind the first string
second-string
belonging to the second string of a team
second-string
substitute or replacement
silly string
Colored foam that streams out of a spray can, as a party favor
strings
Conditions, especially undesirable ones

It looks like a good offer, but there are strings attached.

strings
plural form of string
strings
Collectively, the stringed instruments in an orchestra
third string
Of a decidedly lower quality or condition
third string
A unit of players that plays behind the first and second strings; a junior varsity team
third-string
a substitute or replacement
third-string
belonging to the third string of a team; one who plays behind the first and second strings

The young college quarterback was on the third-string, and played only during blowouts.

latch string is always out
(Ev ile ilgili) you are always welcome

No need to call before you come over. For you folks, the latch string is always out.

stringless
{a} having no strings, unbent, let loose
aerosol string
Silly String is a child's toy, generically known as aerosol string: a flexible, usually brightly-colored plastic string, which is shot as a stream of liquid from an aerosol can. The string sets quickly in mid-air, allowing one to shoot a continuous strand of it. Silly String is popular for usage during weddings, birthday parties, school carnivals and other festive occasions
latch string
(deyim) A warm welcome; a friendly greeting. Used in such phrases as "the latch string is out."
latch string
(deyim) A string that opens an old-fashioned door by lifting a small bar
play the one string banjo
(deyim) (Slang) Fart while wearing a thong
second string
(Spor) The group of players that substitute for the starting players or from which substitute players are drawn on a sports team
silly string
Silly String is a child's toy, generically known as aerosol string: a flexible, usually brightly-colored plastic string, which is shot as a stream of liquid from an aerosol can. The string sets quickly in mid-air, allowing one to shoot a continuous strand of it. Silly String is popular for usage during weddings, birthday parties, school carnivals and other festive occasions
the latch string is out
(deyim) A warm welcome; a friendly greeting. Used in such phrases as "the latch string is out."

Mary has her latch siring out for everyone who comes.

A string
strand
shoe-string
short string used for tying shoes
stringed
Produced by strings
stringed
Having strings
stringed
Having strings; as, a stringed instrument
stringed
{s} having strings; produced by strings
stringing
a way of joining or connecting doll limbs and/or heads to the dolls body Can use elastic cording or elastic bands
stringing
A defect in adhesive application characterized by hair–like fibers of adhesive emanating from the trailing edge of the bead Stringing may produce continuous fibers attached to the nozzle It is most often caused by the gun temperature being too cold
stringing
Very narrow line of veneer inlaid into groundwork to create an effect pleasing to the eye
stringing
To insert and tie string on hanging cards, catalogues, and other work either singly or in batches
stringing
The pattern of string that is woven on a racquet Like the gauge, tension and material of strings, the stringing pattern also determines how a ball will react upon impact with the racquet
stringing
stringing Off-loading and placing pipe sections along the pipeline route end to end
stringing
A narrow band of inlay, either of plain wood or a composite patterned strip
stringing
present participle of string
stringless
Having no strings
stringless
{s} lacking strings
strings
The hitting surface of the racket, made up of interlaced strings of gut or synthetic material
strings
str
strings
One of the six instrument families, including such instruments as the violin, the cello, the guitar, and the harp, among others This family can be divided into two subcategories: bowed and unbowed (that is, usually plucked with the finger)
strings
the section of an orchestra that plays stringed instruments
strings
sequences of characters beginning and ending with double-quote (")
strings
Metal or artificial fibre that is appropriately tensioned between two points in stringed instruments and set into vibration when plucked, bowed, or struck
strings
– The family of instruments that includes violins, violas, cellos, and basses
strings
A String is a sequence of zero or more Characters enclosed in double quotation marks (``"'', ordinal value 34) If either of the Special Characters ``"'' or ``'' appear in the string, they must be preceded by a ``'' character (ordinal value 92) A ``'' character (unless preceded by another ``'' character) can also introduce a control character, as follows: Note that any Character (recall that the byte with ordinal value 0 is not considered a Character) can appear directly in a String; it is not necessary to use one of the control sequences shown above Furthermore, a ``'' followed by a Whitespace Character is ignored entirely This allows one, for example, to insert line breaks in the OpenMath representation of a string without inserting line breaks in the string itself The maximum length of a String is client and/or server dependent
strings
A String is an array of TYPE char The first char defines string length Characters may be accessed from the array
strings
These are the lengths of steel, nickel, plastic, or gut that run from the bridge, through the nut, and out to the tuning pegs of your instrument These are the pieces that actually MAKE the sounds that you play when you play your instrument
strings
The approximate rule determines whether a string is present in a syntax with a string list
strings
Alphanumeric characters String functions extract text or return numbers based on text
strings
plural of string
strung
past of string
strung
that is on a string; "keys strung on a red cord
strung
that is on a string; "keys strung on a red cord"
strung
of String
strung
Strung is the past tense and past participle of string. the past tense and past participle of string
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(Bilgisayar) string
string of
g-string
g-string
string
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