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Bu konu tartışılmaya değer. - That topic is worth discussing.

Haftanın konusu: _____. - Our topic of the week is: _____.

(Bilgisayar) konular

Yahudi-Hıristiyan konuları hakkında yazmamı istiyorsan para ödemek zorundasın. - If you want me to write about Judeo-Christian topics, you have to pay money.

Tom'la tartışmaman gereken bazı konular var. - There are some topics you shouldn't discuss with Tom.


Tartışma için uygun bir başlık değil. - It's not a suitable topic for discussion.

Biz değişik başlıklarda konuştuk. - We talked about various topics.

konu tekrarı
{i} mevzu
{i} söz konusu
{i} tema
{i} mesele
(Tıp) topik
topic subjects
(Politika, Siyaset) önemli maddeler
topic subjects
(Politika, Siyaset) önemli konular
topic sentence
konu cümlesi
topic guide
konu kılavuzu
topic id
(Bilgisayar) konu no
topic id
(Bilgisayar) konu kimliği
topic number
(Bilgisayar) konu numarası
topic sentence
(Dilbilim) konu tümcesi
topic, place and people
(Bilgisayar) konu, yer ve kişiler
choose a topic
(Bilgisayar) bir konu seçin
cover a topic/subject
(Eğitim) ders anlatmak
cover a topic/subject
(Eğitim) konu anlatmak
essence of the topic
mevzunun mahiyeti
main topic
ana konu
main topic
ana başlık
(Bilgisayar) başlık

Biz değişik başlıklarda konuştuk. - We talked about various topics.

hot topic
knowledge about a topic
Bir konu hakkında bilgi
off topic
Konu dışı, bahsedilen konu hakkında olmayan
specific topic
özel konu
subject, topic, main idea
Konu, ana konu fikir

Tom'la tartışmaman gereken bazı konular var. - There are some topics you shouldn't discuss with Tom.

Çok çeşitli konular tartıştık. - We discussed a wide range of topics.

central topic
ana fikir
chat room topic
Söyleşi Odası Konusu
display topic
(Bilgisayar) başlığı göster
examination topic
(Eğitim) sınav konusu
print topic
(Bilgisayar) konu yazdır
print topic
(Bilgisayar) konuyu yazdır
reminder topic
(Bilgisayar) anımsatıcı konusu
select topic
(Bilgisayar) seçili başlık
staple topic
ana konu
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Subject; theme; a category or general area of interest
{n} a general head of discourse, a plaster
An argument or reason
An external local application or remedy, as a plaster, a blister, etc
The main thought or subject of a paragraph, book, or research paper
In a conference, a message which is generally written to convey a new idea or a new piece of information, relevant to that conference
The basic unit of hypertext presentation It was defined in Apple's HyperCard (1986), and developed in WinHelp The term has not taken hold in HTML, but the concept has See also: chunk
(top-ik) A topic is the subject of a conversation, discussion, or piece of writing
a general statement of the content to be taught Topics are listed in the syllabuses For example, number concept is a topic in Maths Grade 1
A particular item to be studied "Spiders" is a topic within a science course (See theme, essential question, and focus question )
One of the various general forms of argument employed in probable as distinguished from demonstrative reasoning, denominated by Aristotle to`poi (literally, places), as being the places or sources from which arguments may be derived, or to which they may be referred; also, a prepared form of argument, applicable to a great variety of cases, with a supply of which the ancient rhetoricians and orators provided themselves; a commonplace of argument or oratory
A topic is a particular subject that you discuss or write about. The main topic for discussion is political union. a subject that people talk or write about (Topica , book by the ancient Greek thinker Aristotle, from Topika, from topikos , from topos )
some situation or event that is thought about; "he kept drifting off the topic"; "he had been thinking about the subject for several years"; "it is a matter for the police"
A user-generated post which begins a new threaded discussion A forum may have one or more topics
A new posting on a new subject Similar to a thread in newsgroup terminology A topic can have any number of replies, or follow-up posts, which are all grouped under the same topic
Topics are the top-level entities of the content management hierarchy They can contain sub-Topics and Articles Articles contain the data that will be published
General subject area chosen or assigned for preliminary research
There are 6 topics corresponding to each section The titles are: Applications: Frontiers of Materials Science Novel Applications in Chemistry and Physics Computer based Modelling, Simulation, and Analysis of Biological and Pharmacological Systems Methodology: Advances in Mesoscale Simulation Methodology Non Equilibrium and Monte Carlo Simulation Advances in Quantum Simulation
the subject matter of a conversation or discussion; "he didn't want to discuss that subject"; "it was a very sensitive topic"; "his letters were always on the theme of love"
aka WikiTopic - a single TWiki page, it has a Wiki Name that's unique within its home web
Biological information ascertained by SGD curators from abstracts for a given gene name are categorized under pre-determined "topics" These topics comprise the Literature Guide (formerly called Gene_Info), a way of grouping the literature into related categories in SGD The format for the Literature Guide/Gene Info has changed since its inception Descriptions are available for the current Literature Guide format
(1) the concrete and literal description of what a story is about; (2) the general or specific area of concern of a poem Also called subject
aka WikiTopic (which one, or both; if both, then "topic" is just abbreviation) - a single TWiki page, it has a WikiName that's unique within its home web
{i} theme; subject of conversation
aka WikiTopic - a single TWiki page, it has a WikiName that's unique within its home web
Topic Identifies the first level numbered paragraphs within the Introductory Section Attributes: See %revatt
A subject for research or discussion The first step in a research project is usually to formulate a workable topic statement See also search strategy
the single and overall subject of a routine based on a problem
The subject of any distinct portion of a discourse, or argument, or literary composition; also, the general or main subject of the whole; a matter treated of; a subject, as of conversation or of thought; a matter; a point; a head
A treatise on forms of argument; a system or scheme of forms or commonplaces of argument or oratory; as, the Topics of Aristotle
A distinct unit of meaning It is normally a sub-division of a subject, but it can sometimes stand as the purpose of an essay in its own right In most essays, the subject in question can and should be broken down into a series of separate topics These are then arranged in some persuasive or logical order at the planning stage
A topic is a set of pages used by a group of subscribers
Each year, students work on three topics (with two more for the National Finals and International Finals) these topics are selected after a world-wide ballot of students which every team member has an opportunity to take part in around the end of each year
In a Help window, a category for Help documents
One of the following: Radio, Television, World War II, Transportation or Beauty and Hygiene
topic map
A representation of knowledge consisting of a graph of topics (representing any concept, from people, countries, and organizations to software modules, individual files, and events), associations (which represent the relationships between them), and occurrences (which represent relationships between topics and information resources relevant to them)
topic sentence
A sentence at the beginning of a paragraph indicating the general matter to be discussed later in that paragraph
topic sentences
plural form of topic sentence
topic for discussion
topic that is taken care of, matter that is dealt with
topic of conversation
topic that is taken care of, matter that is dealt with
topic of interest
{i} subject of interest, topic that interests a person
topic of the day
today's subject
topic sentence
a sentence that states the topic of its paragraph
topic sentence
The sentence within a paragraph or discourse that states the main thought, often placed at the beginning
topic under discussion
matter being debated, issue at hand
Not related to the matter under discussion
hot topic
current theme; controversial subject of a conversation
off topic
If you describe something that someone says or writes as off topic, you mean that it is not relevant to the current discussion; used especially of discussions on the Internet. In addition to the 81 positive comments, 26 students had neutral, mixed, negative or off topic views
{s} differing from the principal topic; not relevant, not connected to the current subject
the topic of conversation was
the subject of discussion was -, the conversation was about -
Subject areas included
plural of topic
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    /ˈtäpək/ /ˈtɑːpɪk/


    [ tä-pik ] (noun.) 1603. From Latin topica Ancient Greek τοπικός (topikos, “pertaining to a place, local, pertaining to a common place, or topic, topical”) τόπος (topos, “a place”).

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