visible

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
görünür

Görünür yıldızların sayısı çok büyüktür. - The number of visible stars is very great.

İlkbaharın hala görünür bir işareti yoktu. - There still weren't any visible signs of spring.

{s} görülebilir

İnsan gözü görülebilir aralık dediğimiz çok dar ışık aralığı hariç neredeyse tüm elektromanyetik spektrum için kördür, - The human eye is blind to nearly the entire electromagnetic spectrum, except for the very narrow range of light that falls in what we call the visible range.

20 Mart 2015 sabahı sırasında tam güneş tutulması İskoçyanın kuzeybatısında yer alan Faroe adalarından ve Greenland'in doğusunda yer alan Svalbarg adalarından gözle görülebilir olacak. - During the morning of March 20, 2015, a total solar eclipse will be visible from the Faroe Islands, located northwest of Scotland, and the Svalbard Islands, located east of Greenland.

görülen
görünürlük
gözle görünen
gözle görülebilen
görünebilir,görünür
{s} açık

Açık havada, Estonya kıyısı Helsinki'den görülebilir. - During clear weather, the coast of Estonia is visible from Helsinki.

{s} gözle görülür
{s} görünen

Renk tüm görünen şeylerin en kutsal unsurudur. - Color is the most sacred element of all visible things.

{s} açık, belli, gözle görülebilir
{s} mevcut
{s} göze çarpan

Dün kuruldan yeni bir direktif aldık. Onlar en göze çarpan projelere odaklanmamızı istiyor. - We received a new directive from the board yesterday. They want us to focus on our most visible projects.

gözle görülebilir
görebilir
visible horizon
görünen ufuk
visible light
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim,Teknik) görünür ışık
visible region
(Kimya) görünür bölge
visible spectrum
(Fizik,İnşaat) görünür izge
visible light
görünebilir ışık
visible radiation
görünebilir radyasyon
Visible Queue
(Telekom) Görünen kuyruk: Arayıcıların girdikleri sıranın ne kadar uzun olduğu ve ne kadar hızlı ilerlediği hakkında bilgileri olduğu zamandır. (or., tahmini bekleme süresini belirten bir sistem anonsu duyarlar)

There is no visible queue.

visible area
görülebilir saha
visible reserve
açık yedek
visible spectrum
görünür spektrum, görünür izge
visible-wavelength
Görülebilen dalgaboyu
visible cells only
(Bilgisayar) yalnızca görünür hücreler
visible combustion
görünen yanma
visible deficit
(Ticaret) görünen açık
visible effect
gözle görülür etki
visible horizon
(Askeri) GÖRÜNEN UFUK: Bak "apparent horizon"
visible implant elastomer tag
(Denizbilim) görünür elastik ekme marka
visible implant tag
(Denizbilim) görünür ekme marka
visible imports
(Ticaret) görünmeyen ithalat
visible integration
görünür bütünlük
visible items of trade
(Ticaret) görünen kalemler
visible items of trade
(Ticaret) ticaret dengesi kalemleri
visible joint
görünür ek
visible merchandise
(Ticaret) görünen mal
visible radiation
(Fizik) görünür radyasyon
visible radiation
(Aydınlatma,Fizik) görünür ışınım
visible radiation
görünür ışıma
visible radiation
(Çevre) gözle görünür radyasyon
visible speech
(Dilbilim) konuşma sesleri çizimlemesi
visible trade
(Ticaret) nesnel mal ticareti
visible trade
(Ticaret) görünen mal ticareti
visible trade
(Ticaret) görünen ticaret
visible trade balance
(Ticaret) görünen mal ticareti dengesi
visible writing
görünür yazı
visible writing
(Askeri) GÖRÜNÜR YAZI: Kriptografide sembolleri adi yazı malzemesiyle yazılan ve çıplak gözle görülebilen yazı şekli
visibility
{i} görünürlük
visibility
görüş mesafesi
visibility
görülebilirlik
visibility
görme imkanı
visibility
görüş sahası
visibility
görünebilirlik
visibly
görünür bir şekilde
visibly
gözle görülür bir şekilde
visibly
farkedilir bir şekilde
non visible
görünmeyen
visibility
görüş netliği (derecesi)
visibly
görülebilen
evident; visible
belirgin; görünür
non-visible
Gözle görünmeyen
turn visible
görünür hale gelmek
always visible
(Bilgisayar) her zaman görünsün
folder visible
(Bilgisayar) klasör görünebilir
hardly visible
belli belirsiz
never visible
(Bilgisayar) hiçbir zaman görünmesin
radiation visible
görünür radyasyon
visibility
görünebilme
visibility
görüş

Görüş yoğun siste ciddi olarak sınırlı idi. - Visibility was severely restricted in the heavy fog.

Sınırlı görüş nedeniyle yolculuk zor olabilir. - Due to limited visibility navigation may be difficult.

visibility
görüş netliği
visibility
{i} görüş uzaklığı
visibility
(Askeri) GÖRÜŞ, RÜYET: Hava önleme kullanımında "görüş (mil cinsinden) dir. " şeklinde kullanılır
visibly
görünür şekilde

Sami görünür şekilde sarsıldı. - Sami was visibly shaken.

Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Able to be seen
{a} apparent, plain, conspicuous, clear
being often in the public eye; "a visible public figure" perceptible especially by the eye; or open to easy view; "a visible object"; "visible stars"; "mountains visible in the distance"; "a visible change of expression"; "visible files
In economics, visible earnings are the money that a country makes as a result of producing goods, rather than from services such as banking and tourism. In the UK visible imports have traditionally been greater than visible exports. invisible
You use visible to describe something or someone that people notice or recognize. The most visible sign of the intensity of the crisis is unemployment He was making a visible effort to control himself + visibly vis·ibly They emerged visibly distressed and weeping
10-7 Hot objects, the Sun, fluorescent substances, lasers Human eye, photographic film, LDR
A region of a window is ``visible'' if someone looking at the screen can actually ``see'' it: the window is viewable and the region is not occluded by any other window
being often in the public eye; "a visible public figure"
Noticeable; apparent; open; conspicuous
The small range of the electromagnetic spectrum that human eyes perceive as light The visible spectrum ranges from about 400 to 700 nm, corresponding to blue through red light
A region of a window is visible if someone looking at the screen can actually see it; that is, the window is viewable and the region is not occluded by any other window
present and easily available; "the cash on hand is adequate for current needs"; "emergency police were on hand in case of trouble"; "a visible supply"; "visible resources"
A publishing state Visible for all members; editable for owner, contributor, and site management
perceptible especially by the eye; or open to easy view; "a visible object"; "visible stars"; "mountains visible in the distance"; "a visible change of expression"; "visible files
If something is visible, it can be seen. The warning lights were clearly visible They found a bacterium visible to the human eye
obvious to the eye; "a visible change of expression"
Perceivable by the eye; capable of being seen; perceptible; in view; as, a visible star; the least spot is visible on white paper
Astrophysics using the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that is visible to us
{s} can be clearly seen; in view, observable; obvious, apparent
Visible wavelengths range from 0 4 to 0 7 µm If only one sensor receives from these wavelengths you will see grayscales, not colour Colour requires scanners with sensors at each of the wavelengths for the colours to be combined See also IR and WV
visible light
the part of the electromagnetic spectrum, between infrared and ultraviolet, that is visible to the human eye
visible minority
A visually recognizable racial group, excluding aboriginal peoples, whose members constitute less than half of a population; an individual member of such a group

Almost 4 million Canadians identified themselves as a visible minority in the 2001 Census, accounting for 13.4% of the total population.

visible spectrum
The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum which is visible to the human eye
visible-light
Attributive form of visible light

visible-light astronomy.

Visible Queue
(Telecom) This may be in the form of an announcement to the callers indicating the queue time expected
visible light
area of light which a human eye can perceive (Physics)
visible spectrum
Wavelengths perceived by the human eye as colors You cannot reproduce but about 40% of the visible spectrum graphically
visible spectrum
Electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths from about 400 nm to around 750 nm
visible spectrum
The bands of colored light that appear when white light is passes through a prism
visible spectrum
a small part of the electromagnetic spectrum that can be viewed as a band of colours
visible spectrum
The complete range of energy wavelengths that activate human eyesight
visible spectrum
All colors visible to the unaided human eye See spectrum; white light
visible spectrum
The small range of the electromagnetic spectrum that human eyes percieve as light The visible spectrum ranges from about 4000 to 7000 angstroms, corresponding to blue through red light
visible spectrum
That portion of the electromagnetic spectrum occupied by the wavelengths of visible radiation, roughly 4000 to 7000 angstroms This portion of the electromagnetic spectrum is bounded on the short-wavelength end by ultraviolet radiation, and on the long-wavelength end by infrared radiation
visible spectrum
The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that extends from long wavelength red light to short wavelength violet light
visible spectrum
the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum lying between 0 38 and 0 78 micrometers
visible spectrum
Part of the electromagnetic spectrum, with wavelengths from approximately 380nm to 780nm, to which the human eye is sensitive The combined wavelengths of the visible spectrum result in "white light"
visible spectrum
That portion of the electromagnetic spectrum to which the human eye is sensitive; wave-lengths of approximately 400 through 700 namometers Due to the characteristics of cone sensing (color reading mechanism of the retina), it is generally agreed that humans detect only red, green, and blue All perceived colors are combinations of those sensitivities (hue) in relation to the strength of the transmitted or reflected light (brightness) and the intensity of the light hitting the retina (saturation) Ultraviolet wavelengths are longer than the sensitivity range of the eye
visible spectrum
The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum with wavelengths between 380 and 720 nanometers Wavelengths in this range provoke the sense of color when they impinge on the photoreceptors in the human retina The shorter wavelengths within this range produce blue and violet sensations; the longer wavelengths produce orange and red sensations
visible spectrum
  The region of the electromagnetic spectrum that can be perceived by human vision, approximately the wavelength range of 0 4 μm to 0 7 μm
visible spectrum
the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum to which the eye is sensitive, i e , light with wavelengths between 0 4 and 0 7 micrometers Compare shortwave radiation and longwave radiation
visible spectrum
The region of the electromagnetic spectrum between 380 and 720 nanometers Wavelengths inside this span create the sensation of color when they are viewed by the human eye The shorter wavelengths create the sensation of violets, purples, and blues; the longer wavelengths create the sensation of oranges and reds
visible spectrum
Visible light makes up only a small part of the electromagnetic spectrum The visible light spectrum can be divided into different wavelenghts of light The wavelength of the light determines the color of that light The light spectrum goes from violet to red where red is the longest wavelength
visible spectrum
The portion of the electromagnetic spectrum which the human eye can detect, wavelengths of approximately 400 through 700 nanometers Due to the characteristics of cone sensing (color reading mechanism of the retina), it is generally agreed that humans detect only red, green, and blue All perceived colors are combinations of those sensitivities (hue) in relation to the strength of the transmitted or reflected light (brightness) and the intensity of the light hitting the retina (saturation)
visible spectrum
the distribution of colors produced when light is dispersed by a prism
visible speech
spectrogram of speech; speech displayed spectrographically a phonetic alphabet invented by Melville Bell in the 19th century
visible speech
Alexander Melville Bell to represent all sounds that may be uttered by the speech organs, and intended to be suggestive of the position of the organs of speech in uttering them
visible speech
A system of characters invented by Prof
visible speech
A system of phonetic notation used as an aid for teaching speech to hearing-impaired people and consisting of diagrams of the organs of speech in the various positions required to articulate sounds
visibility
The condition of being visible
visibility
The degree to which things may be seen

The visibility from that angle was good.

visibility
{n} a visible state or quality
visibly
{a} plainly, conspicuously, clearly, openly
Visibility
vis
Visibly
apparently
visibility
quality or fact or degree of being visible; perceptible by the eye or obvious to the eye; "low visibility caused by fog"
visibility
the distance at which a given standard object can be seen and identified with the unaided eye
visibility
An enumeration whose value (public, protected, or private) denotes how the model element to which it refers may be seen outside its enclosing namespace
visibility
degree of exposure to public notice; "that candidate does not have sufficient visibility to win an election"; "he prefers a low profile
visibility
The quality or state of being visible
visibility
Clear conditions
visibility
Broadly, the distance to which an observer can distinguish objects from their background The concept may apply to both air and water The determinants of visibility include the characteristics of the target object (shape, size, color, pattern), the angle and intensity of sunlight, the observer's eyesight, and the extent of light absorption and scattering caused by air and water contaminants
visibility
The ability to access or view pertinent data or information as it relates to logistics and the supply chain
visibility
The greatest distance at which it is just possible to see and recognize with the unaided eye (1) in the daytime, a prominent dark object against the sky at the horizon, and (2) at night, a known, preferably unfocused, moderately intense light source
visibility
The horizontal distance an observer can see and identify a prominent object
visibility
(Ticaret) The degree of insight into future requirements, or the key factors that will impact system performance
visibility
the distance over which objects can be seen
visibility
The ability to see and identify objects at different distances Visibility reduction from air pollution is often due to the presence of sulfur and nitrogen oxides, as well as particulate matter
visibility
A measure of visual range and a judgement of the clarity of the air
visibility
capability of providing a clear unobstructed view; "a windshield with good visibility" quality or fact or degree of being visible; perceptible by the eye or obvious to the eye; "low visibility caused by fog" degree of exposure to public notice; "that candidate does not have sufficient visibility to win an election"; "he prefers a low profile
visibility
{i} quality of being clearly seen; distance to which one can see clearly (Meteorology); state or quality of providing an unobstructed view
visibility
The ability, as determined by atmospheric conditions and expressed in units of distance, to see and identify prominent unlighted objects by day and prominent objects by night
visibility
The greatest distance at which it is possible with the unaided eye to recognize a prominent dark object against the horizon sky At night, it is defined as the greatest distance at which a moderately intense, unfocused light source can be seen on the horizon
visibility
the distance at which it is possible to distinguish a prominent object against the background with the unaided eye
visibility
Whether a class, field, method,field, or constructor can be used by a particular piece of code Visibility levels include private, protected, default (or package), and public
visibility
The range and clarity of vision eg The sea was clear and visibility was high
visibility
A cross-reference maintained at PDA that associates the distributor manufacturer HIN number with a customer HIN number This file controls who has what access to records on the HIN database and is used by PDA to distribute 816 EDI Scheduled Updates to distributors and manufacturers
visibility
An enumeration whose value (public, protected, private, or implementation) denotes how the model element to which it refers may be seen outside its enclosing name space
visibility
A fundamental concept of modeling, visibility is aimed at keeping system complexity manageable In the GRADE context, if we are modeling a system with Parts A and B and then refine our diagram of B, we do not need to know all that is going on within A; only its interface to B is relevant On a simpler level, the visibility of a given diagram extends to its neighboring diagrams and those above it For example, when you define an entity in an ER diagram, you can pick a datatype for this entity If you have activated the Visible option, you will be limited to picking a "visible" datatype, i e , one that is defined in that part of the model; you will not need to look through a long list of all the model's datatypes, many of which may not be relevant The concept of visibility influences the GRADE dictionary, pick functions, navigation, etc
visibility
The degree to which one can see
visibility
The distance that atmospheric conditions allow a person to see at a given time and location Visibility reduction from air pollution is often due to the presence of sulfur and nitrogen oxides, as well as particulate matter
visibility
capability of providing a clear unobstructed view; "a windshield with good visibility"
visibility
degree of exposure to public notice; "that candidate does not have sufficient visibility to win an election"; "he prefers a low profile"
visibility
If you refer to the visibility of something such as a situation or problem, you mean how much it is seen or noticed by other people. The plight of the Kurds gained global visibility
visibility
A measure of the opacity of the atmosphere, and therefore, the greatest distance one can see prominent objects with normal eyesight The National Weather Service has various terms for visibility Surface visibility is the prevailing visibility determined from the usual point of observation Prevailing visibility is considered representative of visibility conditions at the station Sector visibility is the visibility in a specified direction that represents at least a 45 degree arc of the horizon circle Tower visibility is the prevailing visibility determined from the airport traffic control tower (ATCT) at stations that also report surface visibility
visibility
The visibility is the maximum distance an object may be seen considering air conditions Precipitation, fog, haze, pollutants, and suspended dust all contribute to lowering visibility
visibility
Visibility means how far or how clearly you can see in particular weather conditions. Visibility was poor
visibility
The greatest distance at which a black object of suitable dimensions can be seen and recognized against the horizon sky during daylight or could be seen and recognized during the night if the general illumination were raised to the normal daylight level
visibility
At a given point in a program text, the declaration of an entity with a certain identifier is said to be visible if the entity is an acceptable meaning for an occurrence at that point of the identifier The declaration is visible by selection at the place of the selector in a selected component or at the place of the name in a named association Otherwise, the declaration is directly visible, that is, if the identifier alone has that meaning
visibility
How far you see in a world Can be set by user between 22 to 120 meters Even if visibility is set below 120 m, it can rise to that if frame rate is good
visibility
refers to the visual quality of the view, or scene, in daylight with respect to color rendition and contrast definition The ability to perceive form, color, and texture
visibly
in a way that is easy to see or notice visibly shaken/shocked/upset etc
visibly
in a visible manner; openly
visibly
in a visible manner; "he was visibly upset
visibly
in a visible manner; "he was visibly upset"
visibly
in a visible manner; perceptibly, observably; apparently, evidently; obviously
visibly
so as to be visible; "the sign was visibly displayed"
visibly
externally
visible
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