seeded

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İngilizce - Türkçe
tohum ek/tohum ver
(Politika, Siyaset) tohumlanan
seribaşı/tohumlu
seed
{i} tohum

Haşhaş tohumlu çörekler onun gözdesidir, ama onun yaban mersinine razı olmak zorunda olduğu günler vardır. - Poppy seed muffins are her favorites, but there are days when she must settle for blueberry.

Yeni yasalar devrimin tohumlarını ekti. - The new laws sowed the seeds of revolution.

seeded fruit
Çekirdekli meyve
seeded grape
(Gıda) çekirdekli üzüm
seeded raisin
(Gıda) çekirdekli üzüm
seed
menşe
seed
çekirdek

Çekirdeksiz karpuz var mı? - Do seedless watermelons exist?

Çekirdeksiz karpuzlar var mı? - Are there seedless watermelons?

seed
döl
seed
evlatlar
seed
çekirdeği çıkarmak
seed
habbe
seed
horozcuk
seed
tohum vermek
seed
atmık
seed
kaynak
seed
sperm
seed
köken
seed
evlat
seed
tohum ya da çekirdeğini çıkarmak
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{f} tohum ek

Çiftçiler baharda tohum ekerler. - Farmers sow seeds in the spring.

seed
tohum ekmek
seed
meni
three-seeded
üç tohumlu
be seeded back in
yılında kuruldu
seed
mebde
seed
sperma
seed
çocuk

Çocuklar çeşitli şekil ve renklerde tohum toplarlar. - The children collect seeds of various shapes and colours.

seed
istiridye yavruları
seed
{i} tane
seed
çekirdeğini çıkarmak
seed
(Tıp) Tohum, meni, sperma, semen, ersuyu
seed
tohumu veya çekirdeği çıkarmak
seed
ersuyu
seed
tohumunu

Bu hardal tohumunun bir kilosu ne kadar? - How much for a kilo of this mustard seed?

seed
asıl
seed
istiridye tarlasına yerleştirilmeye elverişli istiridye yavruları
seed
evlât
seed
(Tıp) Zürriyet, evlat
seed
{i} döl, zürriyet
seed
{f} sınıflamak (yarışmacıları)
seed
{i} tohum: flower seeds çiçek tohumları
seed
{i} çekirdek: the seeds of a fruit bir meyvenin çekirdekleri
statically seeded names
İstatistiksel Kaynaklı Adlar
İngilizce - İngilizce
Simple past tense and past participle of seed
being a seed, being in a seed position
past of seed
having or supplied with seeds; "a seeded breadfruit"; "seeded rolls"
having the seeds extracted; "seeded raisins
(of the more skilled contestants) selectively arranged in the draw for position in a tournament so that they meet each other in later rounds
having seeds as specified; "many-seeded"; "black-seeded"
(of the more skilled contestants) selectively arranged in the draw for position in a tournament so that they meet each other in later rounds having or supplied with seeds; "a seeded breadfruit"; "seeded rolls"
sprinkled with seed; "a seeded lawn"
having the seeds extracted; "seeded raisins"
seeded player
one of the outstanding players in a tournament
seeded raisin
seeded grape that has been dried
self-seeded
growing from seed dispersed by natural agency such as wind or birds
seed
A fertilized ovule, containing an embryonic plant
seed
To allocate a seeding to a competitor
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To be able to compete (especially in a quarter-final/semi-final/final)

The tennis player seeded into the quarters.

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To start; to provide, assign or determine the initial resources for, position of, state of

The programmer seeded fresh, uncorrupted data into the database before running unit tests.

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To plant or sow an area with seeds

I seeded my lawn with bluegrass.

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Held in reserve for future growth

Don’t eat your seed corn.

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The initial state, condition or position of a changing, growing or developing process; the ultimate precusor in a defined chain of precusors

The latest seed has attracted a lot of users in our online community.

seed
First. The initial state, condition or position of a changing, growing or developing process; the ultimate precursor in a defined chain of precursors

The qualifying match determines the seed position one will have in the final competition.

seed
A fertilized grain, initially encased in a fruit, which may grow into a mature plant

If you plant a seed in the spring, you may have a pleasant surprise in the autumn.

seed
Offspring, descendants, progeny

Next him king Leyr in happie peace long raind, / But had no issue male him to succeed, / But three faire daughters, which were well vptraind, / In all that seemed fit for kingly seed .

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bear seeds help (an enterprise) in its early stages of development by providing seed money
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inoculate with microorganisms sprinkle with silver iodide particles to disperse and cause rain; "seed clouds"
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{n} what produces plants and animals, an original, generation, offspring, race, extraction
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{v} to produce feed, to shed or sow seed
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A value (which can be assigned to a variable) that is required in order to properly determine the result of a calculation; for example, the argument i in the random number generator (RAN) function syntax: y = RAN (i)
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a mature fertilized plant ovule consisting of an embryo and its food source and having a protective coat or testa a small hard fruit remove the seeds from; "seed grapes"
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That from which anything springs; first principle; original; source; as, the seeds of virtue or vice
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The initial value, or starting point, for a sequence of random numbers
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distribute (players or teams) so that outstanding teams or players will not meet in the early rounds
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distribute (players or teams) so that outstanding teams or players will not meet in the early rounds go to seed; shed seeds; "The dandelions went to seed"
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In the successive adjustment method, a seed is a product of powers of the first k primes, for some small value of k
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To sow seed
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One of about 30 to 70 small (3 cm x 1 5 cm) purple seeds in each Cacao fruit pod
seed
shows the positions in a page to which comments can be sent, indicates where to click to initiate the sending of a new comment (soemtimes appears as an envelope see above)
seed
help (an enterprise) in its early stages of development by providing seed money
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You can refer to the seeds of something when you want to talk about the beginning of a feeling or process that gradually develops and becomes stronger or more important. He raised questions meant to plant seeds of doubts in the minds of jurors
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Fertilized ovule of a plant that contains an embryo and food products for germination Once germinated, the embryo can grow into a mature individual
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remove the seeds from; "seed grapes"
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The generative fluid of the male; semen; sperm; not used in the plural
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If you seed a piece of land, you plant seeds in it. Men mowed the wide lawns and seeded them The primroses should begin to seed themselves down the steep hillside. his newly seeded lawns
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A precursor
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To shed the seed
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go to seed; shed seeds; "The dandelions went to seed"
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By germination it produces a new plant
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The mature, fertilized ovule It contains the plant embryo and the endosperm, typically protected by a seed coat Seeds can be almost microscopic to over an inch long; their variety is evident in their various colors, shapes, and textures A magnolia seed germinated from an archaeological site over 2000 years old, but many are viable for only 1-5 years Saving seed is the most economical (and satisfying) way to prepare for next year's garden, but if you do buy seeds, buy them from a reputable dealer and watch that you don't buy seeds treated with fungicides and pesticides Many seeds should be pretreated before they are sown, and most prefer warm temperatures to germinate (see hotbed)
seed
To grow to maturity, and produce seed
seed
bear seeds
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To sprinkle with seed; to plant seeds in; to sow; as, to seed a field
seed
Structure that develops following fertilization of an ovule
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Any small seedlike fruit, though it may consist of a pericarp, or even a calyx, as well as the seed proper; as, parsnip seed; thistle seed
seed
An initial value used to generate pseudorandom numbers For example, the Randomize statement creates a seed number used by the Rnd function to create unique pseudorandom number sequences
seed
A swimmer's preliminary ranking for an event in a swim meet Also, the process of assigning swimmers to heats and lanes in a swimming event based on their submitted entry times
seed
The principle of production
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{f} plant or sow seeds; produce seeds; remove seeds; rank players or competitors (Sports)
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Progeny; offspring; children; descendants; as, the seed of Abraham; the seed of David
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The unit of sexual reproduction developed from a fertilized ovule; an embryo closed in the testa which is derived from the integument(s)
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Sparta Educational Enrichment Development for students in grades 4&5 who have been identified as academically gifted
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An amount of fertilized grain that cannot be readily counted
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the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract
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A precursor, especially in a process without a defined initial state
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self-electro-optic-effect devices
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A typically random bit sequence used to generate another, usually longer pseudorandom bit sequence
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{i} ovule of a plant; grain, kernel; sperm; source, origin; offspring, progeny; ranked player or competitor (Sports)
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A typically random bit sequence used to generate another, usually longer pseudo-random bit sequence
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To seed means to remove the seeds of fruits or vegetable
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The seed is an encoded representation of a design model Seeds are sometimes described as genes or genotypes, making reference to their biological counterparts A generative process will map a seeds to its associated design model When compared to the design model, seeds are highly compact in that the amount of information A simple example of a seed and a design model are fractal growth systems such as Lindenmeyer Systems In this case, a short sequence of ccharacters such as "F[-B]+B" gets mapped into a complex line drawing, through recursivley applying a set of rules
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An initial value supplied to a random-number algorithm with which the algorithm can generate a unique sequence of pseudo-random numbers
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In sports such as tennis or badminton, a seed is a player who has been ranked according to his or her ability. Pete Sampras, Wimbledon's top seed and the world No.1
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a mature fertilized plant ovule consisting of an embryo and its food source and having a protective coat or testa
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sprinkle with silver iodide particles to disperse and cause rain; "seed clouds"
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If you say that someone or something has gone to seed or has run to seed, you mean that they have become much less attractive, healthy, or efficient. He was a big man in his forties; once he had a lot of muscle but now he was running to seed. Reproductive structure in plants that consists of a plant embryo, usually accompanied by a supply of food (endosperm, which is produced during fertilization) and enclosed in a protective coat. Seed embryos contain one or more cotyledons. In typical flowering plants, seed production follows pollination and fertilization. As seeds mature, the ovary that enclosed the ovules develops into a fruit containing the seeds. Most seeds are small, weighing less than a gram; the smallest contain no food reserve. At the opposite extreme, the seed of the double coconut palm may weigh up to about 60 lb (27 kg). Seeds are highly adapted to transportation by animals, wind, and water. When circumstances are favorable, water and oxygen penetrate the seed coat, and the new plant begins to grow (see germination). The longevity of seeds varies widely: some remain viable for only about a week; others have been known to germinate after hundreds or even thousands of years
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beginning of a new plant, as in: The seed of an avocado can be planted in soil or water
seed
First. The initial state, condition or position of a changing, growing or developing process; the ultimate precusor in a defined chain of precusors
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To cover thinly with something scattered; to ornament with seedlike decorations
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Semen
seed
1 A CDP-enabled device used as a starting point for discovery For example, by adding a seed device (or set of seed devices), the neighbors of the seed device are discovered using CDP 2 A device that is not CDP-enabled, or that does not support CDP For example, if the device you want to manage does not support CDP, you must set that device as a seed You can specify multiple seed devices to: Shorten the initial discovery period Discover "disconnected" networksif you want to discover devices across links on which you have disabled CDP or where the devices are outside the firewall Discover devices that are not CDP-enabled
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That part of the fruit capable of germinating and producing a new plant
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Race; generation; birth
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one of the outstanding players in a tournament
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inoculate with microorganisms
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A seed is the small, hard part of a plant from which a new plant grows. I sow the seed in pots of soil-based compost. sunflower seeds
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anything that provides inspiration for later work
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A ripened ovule, consisting of an embryo with one or more integuments, or coverings; as, an apple seed; a currant seed
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Before a tournament, certain players are ranked, based on their ability and recent performances The process is called seeding, the rankings are called seeds, and the top-ranked player is called the top seed Matches are then arranged so that the top-seeded players will not meet until the later rounds of the tournament
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a small hard fruit
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If vegetable plants go to seed or run to seed, they produce flowers and seeds as well as leaves. If unused, winter radishes run to seed in spring
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distribute swimmers among the required number of heats and/or lanes, based on submitted times Seeding can be "deck-seeded" (seeded at the meet) or "pre-seeded" Seeded prior to the meet
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The cells a side starts with
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When a player or a team is seeded in a sports competition, they are ranked according to their ability. In the UEFA Cup the top 16 sides are seeded for the first round He is seeded second, behind Brad Beven The top four seeded nations are through to the semi-finals
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place (seeds) in or on the ground for future growth; "She sowed sunflower seeds"
three-seeded mercury
weedy herb of eastern North America
seeded

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    sidıd

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    unseeded

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    /ˈsēdəd/ /ˈsiːdəd/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'sEd ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English s[AE]d; akin to Old High German sAt seed, Old English sAwan to sow; more at SOW.

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