zip

listen to the pronunciation of zip
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
Sıkıştırma
{i} vız sesi
i., k.dili. posta kodu
(Bilgisayar) p k
fermuarla açmak
(Bilgisayar) p kodu
fermuarlamak
fermuarla açmak veya kapamak
fermuarla kapamak
çaba
fermuar

Bu fermuar kolayca kapanmıyor. - This zipper doesn't zip smoothly.

Mary Tom'dan elbisesinin fermuarını kapamasını rica etti. - Mary asked Tom to zip up her dress.

fermuar açmak
vınlamak
fermuar kapatmak
güç
enerji
{f} fermuarla

Giysimi fermuarlatamıyorum. - I can't get my dress zipped up.

Büyük bir uyku tulumu yapmak için iki uyku tulumunu birlikte fermuarladık. - We zipped our two sleeping bags together to make one big sleeping bag.

Zip: Bir dosya sıkıştırma formatı
{f} 1. k.dili. çabucak gitmek/geçmek; çabucak geçirmek. 2
{i} vızıltı
{i} vınlama
{i} gayret
{i} k.dili. canlılık, zindelik; şevk
i., İng., bak. zipper. f. İng., bak. zipper
{f} süslemek
{f} gayretli olmak
{f} fermuarını kapatmak
{f} vızıldayarak geçmek
zip fastener
fermuar
zip code
alan kodu
zip file
(Bilgisayar) sıkıştırılmış dosya
zip fly
(Tekstil) fermuar kapağı
zip code
posta kodu

New York'un posta kodunun ne olduğunu bana söyleyebilir misiniz? - Can you tell me what the zip code is for New York?

Burada posta kodu 14080-000'dir. - The ZIP code here is 14080-000.

zip gun
evyapımı silah
zip up
fermuarını çek

Gelip elbisemin fermuarını çekmeme yardımcı olabilir misin? - Can you come and help me zip up my dress?

zip it
(deyim) Kapa çeneni!
zip it!
zıp o!
zip line
Teleferik hattı
zip off
(deyim) Çenesini kapatmak, susmak
zip out
dışarı zıp
zip tie
toplu tutuklamalarda kullanılan plastik kelepçe veya bir şeyi kolayca bağlamak için kullanılan plastik kablo
zip-up jacket
onu fermuarlı ceket
zip along
{k} çabucak gitmek/ilerlemek
zip area
posta kodu bölgesi
zip by
hızla geçmek
zip code
(isim) posta kodu
zip codez
(Bilgisayar) alan koduz
zip codez
(Bilgisayar) posta koduz
zip guard
(Tekstil) fermuar muhafazası
zip information
(Bilgisayar) zip bilgileri
zip length
(Tekstil) fermuar uzunluğu
zip lock closure
(Gıda) fermuarlı kapatma
zip packets/sec
(Bilgisayar) zıp paketi/sn
zip s.t. up
{k} bir şeyi daha neşeli/hareketli/oynak bir hale getirmek
zip s.t. up
{k} bir hareketi hızlandırmak
zip slider
(Tekstil) fermuar sürgüsü
zip up
süslemek
zip up
fermuarlamak
zip up
hareketlendirmek
zip up
fermuarını çekmek
zip up
fermuar kapatmak
zip your lip
çenene kilit vur
recipient's zip code
(Bilgisayar) alıcının posta kodu
zip code
(Bilgisayar) zip code
zipped
(Bilgisayar) sıkıştırılmış dosya
zipped
(Bilgisayar) zipli
zipped
ziplenmiş
zipped
fermuarla bağlanmış
zips
fermuarlar
no zip code
(Bilgisayar) posta kodu yok
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
çok sıkı kapanan bir fermuar türü
Sıkı kapanan bir fermuar türü
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To move rapidly (in a specified direction or to a specified place) with a high-pitched sound

The bullet zipped through the air.

A zip fastener
The high-pitched sound of a small object moving rapidly through air
To convert a computer file into a smaller package
Energy; vigor; vim
To close with a zip fastener
To move in haste (in a specified direction or to a specified place)

Zip down to the shops for some milk.

Zero; nothing
Any postal code, for any country
To close as if with a zip fastener

zip one's lip.

Shortened form of ZIP code, the US postal code
n A file extension that identifies a compressed archive file encoded in ZIP format, as by PKZIP
A ompression format Files compressed with PKZip or WinZip are the most common archive format
A compressed form of a file or archive of multiple files A convenient method of packaging files for Internet delivery to translators The zipped file is posted on an FTP (file transfer protocol) server for download by freelance translators, who must have tools like WinZip or PKZip if the file is not a self-expanding archive (SEA), which is most convenient
[primarily MS-DOS] vt To create a compressed archive from a group of files using PKWare's PKZIP or a compatible archiver Its use is spreading now that portable implementations of the algorithm have been written Commonly used as follows: "I'll zip it up and send it to you " See {arc}, {tar and feather}
  A compressed file format   A zip file may contain one or more files, which are compressed to save space or allow for faster transmission to others Zip files are generally for PC operating systems
A method of file compression Zip files contain vast amounts of information that has undergone compression to reduce the amount of space that the data take up
A method of file compression originally used with MSDOS and a file extension for files which are zip compressed
- A popular form of file compression/archiving available on many operating system platforms, including DOS/Windows, OS/2 and GNU/Linux Popular tools include PKZip/PKUnzip and Zip/Unzip Not to be confused with the Iomega Zip disk, which is a removable storage device (Confusingly, a zipped file can be stored on a Zip disk-or not They are unrelated ) Zipped files will have a zip extension
Zip files are files that have been compressed Files are zipped to conserve space on your computer and to facilitate speedier delivery over the Internet Some files compress to about half their original size, sometimes even less Text files can shrink to a tenth of their former bulk! Programs like WinZip allow you to compress or decompress files on your machine Zipped files are not related to a Zip drive or disk, which is a removable storage medium
A compressed file format(* zip) To reduce storage space and transfer times files are compressed Utilities such as PKZip (DOS) or WinZip (Windows) are needed to compress and uncompressed files Go to top of page
A standard form of nondestructive file compression used on all types of files for storage and transfer
{i} zero, nothing, zilch (Slang); whistling or hissing sound; energy, vigor, speed, swiftness; zipper
A type of file compression used most often on the Internet The file extension for a zipped file is ZIP
To compress a file using a zip utility Compression is generally used to speed up the transport of large or multiple files After the file has been downloaded, a decompression application is needed to "unzip" it Back to Top
When you zip something, you fasten it using a zip. She zipped her jeans I slowly zipped and locked the heavy black nylon bags
A single compressed file containing one or more files
A compressed file format ( zip) Many files available on the Internet are compressed or zipped in order to reduce storage space and transfer times To uncompress the file, you need a utility like PKZip (DOS) or WinZip (Windows)
A popular standard for file compression on IBM compatible PC's Decompression programs are also freely available for many other computers
A hissing or sibilant sound such as that made by a flying bullet
vt [primarily MS-DOS] To create a compressed archive from a group of files using PKWare's PKZIP or a compatible archiver Its use is spreading now that portable implementations of the algorithm have been written Commonly used as follows: "I'll zip it up and send it to you " See tar and feather
a quantity of no importance; "it looked like nothing I had ever seen before"; "reduced to nil all the work we had done"; "we racked up a pathetic goose egg"; "it was all for naught"; "I didn't hear zilch about it"
A software program that compresses files so that they can be transmitted quickly to be uncompressed (unzipped) later by the recipient Zipdisk Magnetic data storage media, read using a Zip Drive (visit Iomega)
File compressed in the ZIP format commonly used on PCs
Zip Files contain vast amounts of information that has undergone compression to reduce the amount of space that the data take up This file type is very popular on the Internet An application that, for example, requires five megabytes of disk space can be compressed into a two megabyte zip file that is obviously quicker to download Two popular Zip programs are PKZIP and WinZip Both can compress data into a zip file and extract the contents from a zip file Zip files have a file extension of "zip"
a fastener for locking together two toothed edges by means of a sliding tab
A zip or zip fastener is a device used to open and close parts of clothes and bags. It consists of two rows of metal or plastic teeth which separate or fasten together as you pull a small tag along them. He pulled the zip of his leather jacket down slightly
The filename extension used by files compressed into the ZIP format common on PCs Zipped files are common on the Internet because they are smaller and require less space to house They must be unzipped to use WinZip or PKunzip are common programs used to uncompress zip files
{f} move with a sharp hissing sound; move or accomplish speedily; fasten with a zipper; add zest, enliven; archive one or more files by means of a data compression format (Computers)
move very fast; "The runner zipped past us at breakneck speed"
close with a zipper; "Zip up your jacket--it's cold"
To make, or move with, such a sound
A Microsoft Windows based compressed (archive) file Can contain one or many files as well as a directory structure On the Internet, large graphics and programs are usually compressed into ZIP files and then made available for download After you download this file you need to use a decompression software program to "unzip" the file
Zipping a file compresses the information to make the program smaller by actually deleting some common information To use a file that has been zipped, you must "unzip" it Windows 98 can automatically unzip files, but for other operating systems you may need to acquire a separate program in order to do so (Check your computer for Microsoft Unzip, or visit Dave Central for a free utility ) Suggestions
A compressed file format ( zip) Used to reduce storage space and transfer time
Zip disk
A disk of the kind that can be read and written by a Zip drive
Zip disks
plural form of Zip disk
Zip drive
A storage device, similar to a floppy disk drive but using disks with a much larger capacity. (100, 250, or 750 MB, compared to a normal floppy disk capacity of 1.44 MB)
Zip drives
plural form of Zip drive
zip code
A postal code, especially for addresses served by the US Postal Service, consisting of a five- or nine-figure number
zip codes
plural form of zip code
zip fastener
A fastener used in clothing, bags, etc, made up of two rows of teeth that are made to fit into each other by moving a slider along their length and opened again by moving the slider in the other direction
zip fasteners
plural form of zip fastener
zip file
A computer file containing the zipped (compressed) contents of one or more files
zip files
plural form of zip file
zip it
Alternative form of zip one's lip
zip one's lip
To refrain from or to stop talking; to be quiet

Why don’t you just zip your lip? I’m tired of listening to you.

zip up
To close as if with a zip fastener

I'll zip up.

zip up
To close with a zip fastener

Always check if you've zipped up your fly before you go out.

zip up
To convert a computer file into a smaller package
zip up one's lip
Alternative form of zip one's lip
zip wires
plural form of zip wire
zip-
Denoting able to be added, removed, inserted, secured, etc. by means of a zip
zip-front
Of a garment worn on the upper body, fastened by a zip fastener that runs the full length of the garment
zip-wire
A pulley system attached to cable or wire, in turn attached to two sturdy objects on an incline, used for transportation or leisure
zip line
A cable suspended above an incline to which a pulley and harness are attached for a rider
zip wire
(Spor) A zip-line (also known as a flying fox, foefie slide, zip wire, aerial runway, aerial ropeslide, death slide or tyrolean crossing) consists of a pulley suspended on a cable mounted on an incline. It is designed to enable a user propelled by gravity to travel from the top to the bottom of the inclined cable, usually made of stainless steel, by holding on or attaching to the freely moving pulley. Zip-lines come in many forms, most often used as a means of entertainment. They may be short and low, intended for child's play and found on some playgrounds. Longer and higher rides are often used as a means of accessing remote areas, such as a rainforest canopy. Zip-line tours are becoming popular vacation activities, found at outdoor adventure camps or upscale resorts, where they may be an element on a larger challenge or ropes course
zip-line
(Spor) A zip-line (also known as a flying fox, foefie slide, zip wire, aerial runway, aerial ropeslide, death slide or tyrolean crossing) consists of a pulley suspended on a cable mounted on an incline. It is designed to enable a user propelled by gravity to travel from the top to the bottom of the inclined cable, usually made of stainless steel, by holding on or attaching to the freely moving pulley. Zip-lines come in many forms, most often used as a means of entertainment. They may be short and low, intended for child's play and found on some playgrounds. Longer and higher rides are often used as a means of accessing remote areas, such as a rainforest canopy. Zip-line tours are becoming popular vacation activities, found at outdoor adventure camps or upscale resorts, where they may be an element on a larger challenge or ropes course
zip by
move by very quickly
zip code
95052
zip code
00000
zip code
This is the 5 digit Zip Code where the corporate headquarters is located
zip code
The U S Post office's way of breaking down the country geographically by means of a five-digit code at the end of an address
zip code
option is used to update and add new zip code information
zip code
Code that identifies the U S Postal Service delivery area in which the site is located or incident occurs
zip code
The roughly rectangular area surrounding the tee within which golfers should try to confine the flight of the ball
zip code
A five- or nine-digit geographic code that identifies areas within the United States and its possessions for purposes of simplifying the distribution of mail by the U S Postal Service
zip code
Your zip code is a short sequence of letters and numbers at the end of your address, which helps the post office to sort the mail. A trademark used for a system designed to expedite the sorting and delivery of mail by assigning a series of numbers to each delivery area in the United States. a number that you write at the end of an address on an envelope, package etc. The zip code shows the exact area where someone lives and helps the post office deliver the post more quickly British Equivalent: postcode (zone improvement plan). System of postal-zone codes (zip stands for "zone improvement plan") introduced in the U.S. in 1963 to improve mail delivery and exploit electronic reading and sorting capabilities. The original code, which corresponds to the postal codes used in most countries in the world, consists of five numbers. The first three identify the state and portion of the state, the last two a specific post office or zone. In 1983 a nine-digit code (created by adding a hyphen and four digits) was introduced to further speed delivery; the first two added digits specify a particular "sector," the last two an even smaller "segment" (e.g., one side of a city block, or a single floor in a large building)
zip code
The specific codes assigned to addresses in the United States to speed up the sorting of mail and thus speed up its delivery Zip stands for Zone Improvement Program Zip codes were originally introduced into the United States in 1963 They were originally five digits Then they grew to nine digits The latest zip codes are 11 digits Overseas, zip codes are often called postal codes They do the same thing the American zip codes do They allow machinery to sort the mail and thus get it to its destination faster
zip code
The U S numerical post code used to speed and mechanize mail handling and delivery The letters stand for Zoning Improvement Plan
zip code
a code of letters and digits added to a postal address to aid in the sorting of mail
zip code
Registered trademark of the Postal Service; a five- or nine-digit code identifying locations in the United States
zip code
A five digit postal code to aid in the sorting of mail
zip code
(Zone Improvement Plan) Code; a system of 5-digit codes that identifies the individual post office or metropolitan area delivery station associated with an address ZIP+4 is an enhanced code consisting of the 5-digit ZIP Code and four additional digits that identify a specific range of delivery addresses
zip code
kòd postal
zip code
(INCIDENT PERSON)
zip code
A Zone Improvement Plan (ZIP) Code is the numerical code assigned by the U S Postal Service to designate a local area or entity for the delivery of mail ZIP Codes may consist of 5, 7, 9, or 11 digits, and may refer to a street section, a collection of streets, an establishment, a structure, or a group of post office boxes
zip code
ZIP 10
zip disk
A zip disk is a computer disk, similar to a floppy disk but capable of storing greater amounts of data. Zip disks could be used to store the equivalent of three music CDs
zip drive
Zip drives are currently a very popular type of removable drive A zip drive is relatively inexpensive and can store up to 100 MB of data on a single disk
zip drive
A Zip drive is a device that lets you store lots of date on tapes or portable disks They are useful for transferring data, storing data, and backing up hard drives Zip drives are a product name, by Iomega There are other similar products that are sold under other names
zip drive
A high capacity removable cartridge similar to a floppy disk A Zip cartridge typically holds 100 megabytes of data — approximately 70 floppy disks They are often used to back up hard disk drives
zip drive
Removable storage device employing a small disk similar in design to a floppy disk, but offering significantly more storage space (approximately 100-250 MB) and speed
zip drive
A zip drive is a piece of computer equipment that you use for storing large amounts of data. Zip drives help people to organise their important information
zip drive
n A disk drive developed by Iomega that uses 3 5–inch removable disks (Zip disks) capable of storing 100 megabytes of data
zip drive
A small, portable disk drive used primarily for backing up and archiving personal computer files The trademarked Zip drive was developed and is sold by Iomega Corporation Zip drives and disks come in two sizes The 100 megabyte size actually holds 100,431,872 bytes of data or the equivalent of 70 floppy diskettes There is also a 250 megabyte drive and disk The Iomega Zip drive comes with a software utility that lets you copy the entire contents of your hard drive to one or more Zip disks
zip drive
a popular storage drive that allows 100 megabytes of data to be stored on an inexpensive, portable disk about the size of a floppy disk
zip drive
n A disk drive developed by Iomega that uses 3 5-inch removable disks (Zip disks) capable of storing 100 megabytes of data See also disk drive
zip drive
External floppy disk drive capable of reading and writing to 100 MB floppy disks
zip drive
A computer disk drive made by Iomega that enables users to save about one hundred megabytes of information on their special disks
zip drive
A zip drive is a 'back up' device used for storing files from a 'hard disk' The disks are a bit bigger than a 'floppy disk', but hold either 100 MB/250 MB
zip drive
A computer drive that uses removable disk cartridge to store data A cartridge can typically store 100 MB or more
zip drive
A device for storing information on a type of floppy disk which is much higher density than a regular floppy disk
zip drive
A high density version of the diskette drive, on average they hold 300 Megabytes
zip drive
A drive that can be external or internal; it uses a zip disk that holds 100 MB of data
zip drive
A reuseable removable storage device that holds 100Mb or 250Mb of data
zip drive
an internal or external extra drive made by IOMEGA (originally stored an extra 100 megabytes of storage - now have 250 megabytes of storage) along with JAZ DRIVE (1 gig of extra storage) These drives can connect to your parallel port, your SCSI port (particularly on MACs), or your USB port (Often d: / drive) on a single computer
zip drive
[return to top] A portable disk drive needed for 100 megabyte 3 5" cartridges
zip drive
a hardware product that uses 100 MB (megabyte) disks for storage Stores about as much information as 70 floppy disks
zip drive
A disk drive from Iomega Corporation which takes removable 100M disks Both internal and external drives are manufactured, making the drive suitable for backing up you web pages or for moving files between computers Software is included to help with file organisation
zip drive
A high-capacity, removable diskette drive that typically uses 100MB Zip disks or cartridges
zip drive
A disk drive that uses 3 5-inch sized removable disks (Zip disks) with the increased capacity of storing 100 megabytes of data With the wide use of CD writers, these are rapidly becoming redundant
zip drive
An Iomega removable storage system often used to distribute large documents
zip drive
Removable drive that stores much more data on a zip disk, than a floppy drive can
zip drive
A high-capacity floppy disk drive developed by Iomega Corporation that can hold 100 or 250 MB of data (A standard 3 5 floppy disk only holds 1 4 MB ) It is a popular media for backing up hard disks and for transporting large files
zip fastener
zipper
zip file
A zip file is a computer file containing data that has been compressed. When you download the font it may be in a compressed format, such as a zip file. a computer file that has been made smaller so that it is easier to store and move
zip file
compressed computer file (that has the extension .zip)
zip gun
a crude homemade pistol
zip up
If you zip up something such as a piece of clothing or if it zips up, you are able to fasten it using its zip. He zipped up his jeans My jeans wouldn't zip up
zip up
To zip up a computer file means to compress it so that it needs less space for storage on disk and can be transmitted more quickly. These files have been zipped up to take up less disk space so they take less time to download
zip up
close with a zipper; "Zip up your jacket--it's cold
zip up
close with a zipper; "Zip up your jacket--it's cold"
zip your lips
give your word not to tell what you just heard; keep something in confidential
zip-out
{s} able of being removed with a zipper
zipped
past of zip
zipped
{s} fastened with a zipper
zipping
the process of packaging a set of files into one file, the resulting file is usually compressed
zipping
Zipping is the act of compressing large files into a single file, called a zip file Zip files take up less storage space so they easy to send via email Not to be confused with Zip drive, an portable storage peripheral
zipping
fast-forwarding through taped commercials on a VCR
zipping
The act of compressing one or more files so that they will take up less space on a diskette or take less time to send to someone When a file is too large to send through conventional file-transfer systems, "zipping" that file often provides the solution Several popular tools exist for zipping: PKZIP in the DOS operating system, WinZip in Windows, and MacZip for Macintosh users The result of zipping is a single compressed file with a " zip" suffix After you download or otherwise receive a zip file, you must "unzip" it into the original files Typically, by double-clicking on a zip file, it will automatically expand into its individual files
zipping
present participle of zip
zipping
The process of compressing a file so it takes up less space There are two types of Zip files, normal (which require a program to extract them) and self-executing that open up automatically PKZip and WinZip are popular zipping and unzipping programs
zipping
The art of hacking into television transmissions to disrupt programming
zips
plural of zip
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение zip в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

zip code
(Bilgisayar) zip code
zip diski
(Bilgisayar) zip disk
zip dosyası
(Bilgisayar) zip file
zip sürücü
(Bilgisayar) zip drive
zip bilgileri
(Bilgisayar) zip information
zip
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