signature

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İngilizce - Türkçe
imza

İnsanlar, Devlet Başkanı'nın imzasını almak için sıraya girdiler. - The people were in a line to get the signature of the president.

Ben bir imza alabilir miyim? - May I have a signature?

{i} işaret
{i} ilacın kullanım şeklini yazan bölüm
{i} nota imi
{i} tanıtım müziği
{i} kaşe
(Tıp) signatür
(Askeri) hedef frekans şekli
{i} damga
imzalama

Şurayı imzalamanızı rica ediyorum. - I need your signature here.

{i} mühür
reçetede ilacın kullanılış şeklini belirten kısım
kitap formasının ilk sayfasına konulan işaret
(Askeri) (TARGET) HEDEF FREKANS ŞEKLİ: 1. Hedefin; hedef keşif ve belirleme teçhizatıyla meydana çıkarılmış karakteristik şekli. 2. Bir deniz mayın harbinde, bir tarama veya gemi geçişi ile oluşturulan etki sahasındaki değişiklik
(Tıp) Reçetede ilacın alınacağı şekli tarif eden kısım
ecza
{i} matb. forma
imza atma
signature card
imza kartı
signature day
İmza günü
signature verification
İmza doğrulama
signature by procuration
(Ticaret) vekaleten imza
signature ca
(Bilgisayar) imza sertifika yetkilisi
signature day
imza günü
signature equipment
(Askeri) TEÇHİZAT İŞARETİ: Bağlı olduğu birlik veya teşkilin tip ve tabiatını belli eden herhangi bir teçhizat kalemi
signature equipment
(Askeri) teçhizat işareti
signature key
(Bilgisayar) sıgnature anahtarı
signature mark
matbaada formların altına basılan rakam
signature mru
(Bilgisayar) son kullanılan imzalar
signature name
(Bilgisayar) imza ad
signature of contract
(Ticaret) sözleşme imzalanması
signature text
(Bilgisayar) imza metni
signature tune
radyo sinyal müziği
signature tune
tanıtım müziği
infection signature
(Bilgisayar) virüs belirteci
authorized signature
yetkili imza
blank signature
açığa imza
book of authorized signature
imza sirküleri
facsimile signature
mühürlü imza
false signature
sahte imza
forged signature
sahte imza
proxy signature
vekilin imzası
acknowledge one's signature
imzanın kendine ait olduğunu ikrar etmek
counter signature
tasdik imzası, ikinci imza
digital signature standard
Dijital imza standart
give a signature
bir imza ver
key signature
(Muzik) Tonal donanım
key signature
anahtar imza
put a signature
İmza koymak
put one's signature
İmzasını koymak
statement of signature
İmza beyannamesi
virus signature
virüs imza
wet signature
ıslak imza
abbreviated signature
paraf
append the signature
imza atmak
authentic signature
hakiki imza
authentication of signature
(Kanun) imza onayı
authentication of signature
(Kanun,Ticaret) imza tasdiki
binding signature
(Ticaret) geçerli imza
blank signature
(Kanun) beyaza imza
digital signature
sayisal imza
echo signature
(Denizbilim) yankı işareti
electronic signature
elektronik imza
i'm sorry, this isn't my signature
pardon bu benim imzam degil
individual signature
(Kanun) münferit imza
infection signature
virus belirteci
measurement and signature intelligence
(Askeri) ölçü ve işaret istihbaratı
measurement and signature intelligence
(Askeri) ÖLÇÜM VE İMZA İSTİHBARATI: Kaynak, yayınlayıcı, gönderici ile ilgili herhangi bir ayırt edici özelliğin tanımlanması amacıyla özel teknik algılayıcılardan elde edilen verilerin (metrik, açı, mekansal, dalga boyu, zamana bağlılık, modülasyon, plazma ve hidromanyetik) niceliksel ve niteliksel analizinden elde edilen bilimsel ve teknik istihbarat bilgisi ve bunların daha sonraki tanımlama ve/veya ölçümün kolaylaştırılması. Ayrıca MASINT'da denir
news signature
(Bilgisayar) haber imzası
operative signature
(Kanun) tatbiki imza
original signature
(Ticaret) ıslak imza
put signature to
imza atmak
put signature to
imzalamak
specimen signature
(Kanun) tatbiki imza
specimen signature
tatbik imza
specimen signature
imza örneği
specimens signature
(Ticaret) imza numunesi
specimens signature
(Ticaret) imza spesimeni
specimens signature
(Ticaret) tatbik imza
time signature
müz. zaman işareti
weapon signature
(Askeri) silah tanıma özelliği
write signature
(Bilgisayar) imzayı yaz
İngilizce - İngilizce
That part of a doctor’s prescription containing directions for the patient
A group of four (or a multiple of four) pages printed such that, when folded, become a section of a book
The act of signing one's name
A person’s autograph name
Data attached to a message that guarantees that the message originated from its claimed source
A pattern used for matching the identity of a virus, the parameter types of a method, etc
Signs on the stave indicating key and tempo
A mark or sign of implication

A “signature” was placed on all things by God to indicate their affinities — but it was hidden, hence the search for arcane knowledge. Knowing was guessing and interpreting, not observing or demonstrating.

distinctive, characteristic indicative of identity

The signature route of the airline is its daily flight between Buenos Aires and Madrid.

a sheet with several pages printed on it; it folds to page size and is bound with other signatures to form a book your name written in your own handwriting a melody used to identify a performer or a dance band or radio/tv program
An ASCII text file that can be automaticall attached to the bottom of a piece of email or newsgroup posting that identifies the sender Many signatures (or "sigs") use symbols and characters to create images or words to make the sig more interesting
Your signature is your name, written in your own characteristic way, often at the end of a document to indicate that you wrote the document or that you agree with what it says. I was writing my signature at the bottom of the page
A signature item is typical of or associated with a particular person. Rabbit stew is one of chef Giancarlo Moeri's signature dishes
A file containing a bit of personal information that you can set to be automatically appended to your outgoing e-mail messages; many network newsreaders also have this capability Large signatures over five lines generally are frowned upon
The three or four line message you can automatically append to the bottom of an email message or Usenet news article that identifies the sender Large signature files (over five lines) are considered poor "netiquette" When used correctly, signatures can be a very effective marketing tool
Especially, the name of any person, written with his own hand, employed to signify that the writing which precedes accords with his wishes or intentions; a sign manual; an autograph
Signature of a treaty is an act by which the State expresses its interest to the treaty and its intention to become a Party The State is not bound by the signature However, he has the obligation not to defeat the object and purpose of the treaty until it has made its intention clear not to become a Party to the treaty (See Article 18 of the Vienna Convention)
A sign, stamp, or mark impressed, as by a seal
a melody used to identify a performer or a dance band or radio/tv program
An ASCII text file that can be automatically attached to the bottom of a piece of email or newsgroup posting that identifies the sender Many signatures (or sigs) use symbols and characters to create images or words to make the sig more interesting
The signing of a treaty by a senior representative of a country (such as the president or secretary of state) which indicates that the country accepts the treaty and commits, until the country completes its ratification process, not to take any actions that would undermine its purposes, according to the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties
A signature is a short file that can be automatically appended to an E-mail message or news posting A signature file can contain the user's name, preferred E-mail address, home page URL and a short saying
A person's autograph name
The head of state or government, the foreign minister, or another designated official indicates his or her country's agreement with the adopted text of the Convention or the Protocol and its intention to become a Party by signing
An outward mark by which internal characteristics were supposed to be indicated
Type that can be automatically added to the end of an e-mail message that will identify the sender Signatures are usually ASCII text files
The three or four lines at the end of an E-mail message that provides additional information about the sender Application programs such as Internet Mail allow an E-mail user to create a default Signature that will appear on all E-mails sent Most people include their E-mail address and a link to their web page if they have one
your name written in your own handwriting
A letter or figure placed at the bottom of the first page of each sheet of a book or pamphlet, as a direction to the binder in arranging and folding the sheets
To mark with, or as with, a signature or signatures
a distinguishing style; "this room needs a woman's touch"
a sheet with several pages printed on it; it folds to page size and is bound with other signatures to form a book
(an abbreviation for the Latin signa, imperative of signare to sign or mark)
A number which is a function of the data and the sequence of data in memory It is derived using an algorithm which assures a 99 998% probability that if either the data or its sequence changes, the signature changes It's primarily used to verify that a datalogger's program has not changed (Instruction 19) or during the transmission of data via telecommunications Data "packets" in which the datalogger and computer signatures do not match are retransmitted
(book binding) A printed folded sheet forming part of a volume The signatures collected in order, are then placed together and sewed before the book is completely bound
The act of signing ones name
A specification for the number and types of arguments to a function, and the number and types of return values A function with optional or named (keyword) arguments can still have a signature
the sharps or flats that follow the clef and indicate the key
The printed sheet so marked, or the form from which it is printed; as, to reprint one or more signatures
The signature is a personal sign of the author which is attached at the normal contents of the article It's a kind of visiting card, very often there are e-mail addresses, a homepage URL or other personal datas The signature shouldn't be longer than 4 lines The signature shouldn't be mixed up with the PGP-signature
A line or series of lines that are always attached to the end of an email message you send, usually telling company or personal information
The small, usually four-line message at the bottom of a piece of email or a Usenet article In Unix, it's added by creating a file ` signature' in the user's home directory Large signatures are a no-no
A resemblance between the external characters of a disease and those of some physical agent, for instance, that existing between the red skin of scarlet fever and a red cloth; supposed to indicate this agent in the treatment of the disease
used to sign data and verify digital signatures
The three- or four-line message at the bottom of an e-mail message or a Usenet article that identifies the sender Large signatures (over five lines) are generally frowned upon These files usually have the filename sig or signature With many news readers and some e-mail clients this file is automatically appended to the sender's messages or postings See also e-mail, Usenet
The designation of the key (when not C major, or its relative, A minor) by means of one or more sharps or flats at the beginning of the staff, immediately after the clef, affecting all notes of the same letter throughout the piece or movement
It is usually prefaced by S or Sig
That part of a prescription which contains the directions to the patient
Each minor key has the same signature as its relative major
A small "footer" that is added to the end of your outgoing email messages which contains text that you specify This is usually used to specify your name, email address, website, address, phone number, etc or anything else you want to be on the bottom of all the messages you send! When sending a message you can usually specify whether or not you want the signature to be appended to that message Some providers allow you to set up more than one signature and you can select which one you want to use (if any)
(also sig) Text added to the bottom of an article or e-mail to give the reader more information about the poster Signatures can include e-mail and Web addresses, quotes, text art, and more, though signatures should not be longer than 4 or 5 lines
{i} person's name or mark used when signing a document; signing of one's name; sign used to indicate key and tempo (Music); distinguishing feature; printed and folded sheet that comprises one section of a book (Printing)
An ASCII text file that can be automatically attached to the bottom of a piece of e-mail or newsgroups posting that identifies the sender Many signatures (or sigs) use symbols and characters to create images or words to make the signature more interesting
That part of a doctor's prescription containing directions for the patient
A signature is information that is automatically included at the end of each of your email messages (if you have your email program set up this way) It usually contains your name, title, address, phone number, etc Depending on the list you are participating in, it is usually a good idea not to include all of this personal information in messages posted to hundreds of people you don't know All email programs allow the signature to be deleted or not included If you use a signature for general email correspondence, learn to omit the signature from messages sent to lists
A pattern used for matching the identity of a virus, or of types of behaviour
As used here, this refers to a text file which is automatically affixed to the end of an e-mail message It typically contains the name and affiliation of a person sending the e-mail
Other than the autograph name of a person, this refers to a small identifying mark, often a lower case letter, that is printed on the sheet of the book in such a way as to appear at the beginning of the folded gathering, placed there to aid the binder in assembling the book in the correct order Today, often missused where the word "gathering" or section would be more accurate
signature tune
The tune that opens and/or closes a radio or television programme
signature tunes
plural form of signature tune
signature authentication
checking that a signature is not forged
signature card
A contractual form, executed by an account holder, establishing account ownership and setting forth some of the basic terms of the account and provisions of the deposit contract
signature card
A form executed by a depositor when he or she opens an account, that sets forth some of the terms of the account The Bank uses the signature on this card to verify account transactions
signature card
Includes the signatures of each person authorized to sign checks on the account (See (p 262))
signature card
Card that is signed by customers when opening an account
signature card
A card signed by a bank customer that can be used as signature verification and that serves as evidence that the customer has accepted the terms of the account
signature card
A form, executed by an account holder, establishing account ownership and setting forth some of the basic terms of the account and provisions of the deposit contract
signature card
Lists personal information and con
signature file
file which includes several lines which are added to an email message sent on the Internet and act as a trademark of the user
signature mark
signature that is a fingerprint
signature of certification
signature that gives a document legal validity
signature recognition
biometric identification by automatically scanning a person's signature and matching it electronically against a library of known signatures
signature specimen
model of a signature, format of a signature
signature tune
signature: a melody used to identify a performer or a dance band or radio/tv program
signature tune
jingle, unique melody (of a radio station, television show, etc.)
signature tune
A signature tune is the tune which is always played at the beginning or end of a particular television or radio programme, or which people associate with a particular performer. Doesn't that sound like the signature tune from The Late Late Show?. a short piece of music used at the beginning and end of a television or radio programme
isotope signature
An isotopic signature
isotopic signature
A set of ratios of the abundances of different isotopes of specified elements in a sample, used as a diagnostic test of the sample's origin, or of its age
key signature
An indication of the key of a composition, giving the number of sharps or flats in the corresponding scale

The key signatures of D major and b minor both have two sharps.

time signature
A numerical sign placed on a stave to indicate the meter; the numerator is the number of beats per bar, the denominator represents the value of each beat
time-signature
Alternative form of time signature
key signature
(Muzik) The group of sharps or flats placed to the right of the clef on a staff to identify the key
authentication of signature
verification of a signature
deny one's signature
refuse to accept a signature as one's own
digital signature
information on an electronic message that proves who the person sending the message is
e-signature
electronic signature
electronic signature
a type of code that is used in an electronic document to prove who wrote it
forge a signature
falsely sign someone else's name on a document, counterfeit a signature
forged a signature
falsely sign another person's name
forged signature
fraudulent signature, fake signature
key signature
(Music) set of sharps or flats that follow the clef to indicate the key
key signature
n. Music The group of sharps or flats placed to the right of the clef on a staff to identify the key. a set of marks at the beginning of a line of written music to show which key it is in
key signature
the sharps or flats that follow the clef and indicate the key
radar signature
unique "fingerprint" of an object created by radar waves that are reflected from the object back to the antenna (influenced by the shape of an object and the material from which it is made)
signatures
plural of signature
signatures
Can refer to a gathering itself, or the letter or numbers printed in the margin of the gathering's first leaf
signatures
A pattern in a ptype or otype A signature can contain values for disposition and operation numbers
signatures
A pattern in a ptype or otype A signature can contain values for disposition and operation numbers Ptype signatures (psignatures) describe the procedural messages that the program wants to receive Otype signatures (osignatures) define the messages that can be addressed to objects of the type
specimen signature
model of a signature, format of a signature
time signature
The time signature of a piece of music consists of two numbers written at the beginning that show how many beats there are in each bar. A sign placed on a staff to indicate the meter, commonly a numerical fraction of which the numerator is the number of beats per measure and the denominator represents the kind of note getting one beat. two numbers at the beginning of a line of music that tell you how many beats there are in a bar
time signature
A sign at the beginning of a composition or movement, placed after the key signature, to indicate its time or meter
time signature
Also called rhythmical signature
time signature
a musical notation indicating the number of beats to a measure and kind of note that takes a beat
time signature
It is in the form of a fraction, of which the denominator indicates the kind of note taken as time unit for the beat, and the numerator, the number of these to the measure
under one`s signature
with the signature of -
signature

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    sig·na·ture

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    sîgnıçır

    Telaffuz

    /ˈsəgnəʧər/ /ˈsɪɡnəʧɜr/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'sig-n&-"chur, -ch&r, ] (noun.) 1536. From French signature, from Latin signatura, future passive periphrastic of verb signare, "to sign", from signum, "sign", + -tura, feminine of -turus, future passive periphrastic suffix.

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    ... your bootloader for a signed hash of itself and verify that the signature of the hash ...

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