listen to the pronunciation of significance
İngilizce - Türkçe

Bunun herhangi bir önemi yok. - It doesn't have any significance.

Senin kılıcın. Onun önemini biliyor musun? - Your blade... Do you know its significance?

(Tıp) signifikans

Düşüncelerinizin hiçbir anlamı yok. - Your thoughts are of no significance at all.

(Hukuk) mana

O, egzersizin önemi üzerine vurgu yaptı. - He put emphasis on the importance of the exercise.

Meselenin önemini ona iyice anlatmalısın. - You must bring home to him the importance of the matter.

significance level
(Ticaret) anlamlılık düzeyi
significance loss
(Bilgisayar) önemli sayamak yitimi
significance loss
anlamlı sayamak yitimi
significance test
(Ticaret) önemlilik testi
significance of technology in education
teknolojini eğitimdeki önemi
significance loss
anlamli sayamak yitimi
significance testing
(Dilbilim) verisel sınavbilgisi
significance testing
(Dilbilim) sayısal sınavbilgisi
level of significance
yanılgı düzeyi
hold great significance
Büyük öneme sahip olmak
hold significance
Öneme sahip olmak
in significance
loss of significance
anlam kaybı
statistical significance
istatistiksel anlamlılık
adaptive significance
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) uyumlayıcı önem
adaptive significance
(Tıp) adaptif önem
historical significance
tarihi önem
{i} etki, nüfuz, itibar
{i} itibar
{i} kibir
{i} saygınlık
{i} ehemmiyet
inner significance
derin/gizli anlam
lose its significance
önemini kaybetmek
lose its significance
önemini yitirmek
of no significance
İngilizce - İngilizce
The extent to which something matters; importance

Of more significance in the nature of branch development; in the Jubulaceae, as in the Porellaceae, branches are acroscopic and normally replace a ventral leaf lobe.

English This is a (more or less) scientific term A significant issue, means that it is of importance
Is achieved when there is a low probability that the results of an experiment occurred by chance alone In psychology it is conventional that results are said to be significant if the probability of their occurrence by chance is equal to or less than 5 per cent or 0 05
the quality of being significant; "do not underestimate the significance of nuclear power" a meaning that is not expressly stated but can be inferred; "the significance of his remark became clear only later"; "the expectation was spread both by word and by implication
This term relates to the harms brought up by the affirmative team in the case You have to ask yourself, "Is what we're saying important? Is it significant ?" There are two types of significance: QUALITATIVE: This kind of harm affects the quality of life We need to know how and how much QUANTITATIVE: This kind of harm relates to effects that can be measured - statistics, etc "92% of the population now has emphysema because of the present system's legislature on smoking " as an example This is NOT true by the way
a word which is used in the special sense to denote any thought, decision, concept, idea, purpose or meaning in the mind in distinction to its masses (The mind is basically composed of masses and significances ) See also mental mass
Important differences These differences can be statistical ones between or among groups, economic differences between or among outcomes, or scientific differences which have import for a wide variety of topics, as in the recent doctoral dissertation concluding that the universe may not be uniform in every direction
CEQA: CEQA defines a "Significant effect on the environment" as "a substantial, or potentially substantial, adverse change in any of the physical conditions within the area affected by the project, including land, air, water, minerals, flora, fauna, ambient noise, and objects of historic or aesthetic significance An economic or social change by itself shall not be considered a significant effect on the environment A social or economic change related to a physical change may be considered in determining whether the physical change is significant" (15382)
That which is signified; meaning; import; as, the significance of a nod, of a motion of the hand, or of a word or expression
the message that is intended or expressed or signified; "what is the meaning of this sentence"; "the significance of a red traffic light"; "the signification of Chinese characters"; "the import of his announcement was ambigtuous"
a meaning that is not expressly stated but can be inferred; "the significance of his remark became clear only later"; "the expectation was spread both by word and by implication
the quality of being significant; "do not underestimate the significance of nuclear power"
A high degree of importance as indicated by either quantitative measurements or qualitative judgments Significance may be determined by evaluating characteristics pertaining to location extent, consequences, and duration
If we compare the results for the same question from two different groups of informants, they might appear to show a difference between the views of the two groups Before drawing attention to it, and proposing action based on it, we need to be sure that the difference could not reasonably be explained simply as the result of sampling error If the difference is greater than the sampling error we could reasonably expect, then we say the difference is significant Our standard reports highlight significant differences at a given confidence level between subsets or occasions of running the survey
Fraction of the OMIM entries analysed that had a lower or equal frequency of the word in the corresponding abstracts A value of one indicates that the frequency of the word in the abstracts of the corresponding OMIM entry is exceptionally high Note that words like 'this' may have a high frequency but a low significancy
The significance of something is the importance that it has, usually because it will have an effect on a situation or shows something about a situation. Ideas about the social significance of religion have changed over time = importance
A narrative description of the reasons a property contributes to the City's cultural heritage and/or to the long term social, economic, and urban design vitality of its neighborhood
An assessment of a site's unique data and research potential within a specific archaeological, cultural, and/or environmental context This assessment is expressed in relation to a site meeting one of the four criteria for eligibility to the National Register of Historic Places
The quality or state of being significant
A probability measure of how strongly the data support a certain result (usually of a statistical test) If the significance of a result is said to be 05, it means that there is only a 05 probability that the result could have happened by chance alone Very low significance (less than 05) is usually taken as evidence that the data mining model should be accepted since events with very low probability seldom occur So if the estimate of a parameter in a model showed a significance of 01 that would be evidence that the parameter must be in the model
Importance; moment; weight; consequence
A measure of how adverse or beneficial an effect may be on a VEC
{i} importance, consequence; meaning, sense; quality of having meaning
significance level
A measure of how likely it is to draw a false conclusion in a statistical test, when the results are really just random variations

or the probalility of making a type 1 error). The probability is usually expressed as a percentage.

significance levels
plural form of significance level
significance test
method for determining the strength and genuineness of the results of a statistical check (Statistics)
act of independent significance
A doctrine in the law of wills under which a testator may effectively change the disposition of his property without changing the text of the will, so long as the acts or events changing the disposition have some significance other than avoiding the requirements of the will
acts of independent significance
plural form of act of independent significance
statistical significance
A measure of how unlikely it is that a result has occurred by chance
cardinal significance
great importance
level of significance
The probability of a false rejection of the null hypothesis in a statistical test. Also called significance level
level of significance
probability that the correct result will occur outside of a confidence interval (Statistics)
statistical significance
receipt of clear results that cannot be random from a statistical standpoint