sticky

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yapış yapış

Bütün vücudum terden yapış yapış. Kendime gelmek için mümkün olduğu kadar çabuk bir banyo almak istiyorum. - My whole body is sticky with sweat. I want to take a bath as quickly as possible in order to feel refreshed.

Bu yapış yapış bir durum. - This is a sticky situation.

yapışkan

Lastikler çok yapışkan. - The tires are very sticky.

Bu bant yapışkan değil - This tape isn't sticky.

{s} yapışkanlı
bulaşkan
sakız gibi
sıvışık
sıvık
{s} zor

Çok zor bir durumda bana yardım etti. - She helped me in a very sticky situation.

yapışan
cimri
güç
stickinessyapışkanlık
ıstırap veren
{s} gönülsüz
{s} ıslak
{s} aşırı nemli

Yazın Japonya sıcak ve aşırı nemli. - Japan is hot and sticky in summer.

{s} rutubetli
cimri/zor/yapışkan
{s} zorlu
{s} inatçı
{s} berbat
{s} tatsız

Gerçekten tatsız bir durumdu. - It was a sticky situation indeed.

{s} isteksiz
stickilyyapışkan bir şekilde
{s} kötü
{s} k.dili. zor ve hassas (iş/problem)
nemli
rutubetli (hava)
vici
stickiness
yapışkanlık
sticky bit
(Bilgisayar) yapışkan bit
sticky bomb
(Askeri) yapışkan bomba
sticky tape
yapıştırıcı bant
sticky key
yapışkan tuş
sticky bun
(Gıda) Kıvrımlı, spiral şeklinde, üstü eritilmiş kahverengi şeker, tereyap ve tarçınlı çörek
sticky bun
yapışkan topuz
sticky fingers
hırsızlığa eğilimi olan kişi
sticky key
yapışkan tus
sticky note
yapışkan notu
sticky rice
yapışkan pirinç
sticky-backed
arkası yapışkanlı
sticky bomb
(Askeri) YAPIŞKAN BOMBA: Bak. "sticky charge"
sticky charge
yapışkan bomba
sticky issues
(Ticaret) yapışkan tahviller
sticky label
yapışkanlı etiket
sticky limit
yapışma limiti
sticky price model
(Ticaret) yapışkan fiyat modeli
sticky prices
(Ticaret) fiyatların yapışkanlığı
sticky substance
bulaşıcı madde
sticky tape
İng. (yapıştırıcı) bant
sticky wages
(Ticaret) yapışkan ücretler
sticky wages
(Ticaret) ücretlerin yapışkanlığı
stickiness
yapiskanlik
be sticky
nemli olmak
come to a sticky end
bok yoluna gitmek
stickier
{f} daha yapışkan
stickiest
en yapışkan
stickier
yapışkan
be sticky
(hava) yapış yapış olmak, nemli olmak
be sticky
about k.dili. (bir konuda) zorluk çıkarmak
be sticky
(yüzey) yapış yapış olmak, yapışkan olmak
be sticky about doing smth
isteksiz olmak
be sticky about doing smth
gönülsüz olmak
become soft and sticky
cıvımak
stickily
rutubetli bir şekilde
stickiness
havanın aşırı nemli oluşu
stickiness
inatçılık
stickiness
{i} basıklık
stickiness
bulaşkanlık
İngilizce - İngilizce
Persistent

We should make the printing direction sticky so the user doesn't have to keep setting it.

to fix a thread at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view
Potentially difficult to escape from

This is a sticky situation. We could be in this for weeks if we're not careful.

Able or likely to stick

Is this tape sticky enough to stay on that surface?.

Fixed at the top of the list of topics or threads so as to keep it in view
Of weather, hot and wind-less and with high humidity, so that people feel sticky from sweating
A small adhesive particle found in wastepaper
Compelling enough to keep visitors from leaving

A woman has come to me with the complaint that her website is not sticky - 70% of the visits last 30 seconds or less.

A sticky note, such as a post-it note

Her desk is covered with yellow stickies.

Appearing on all virtual desktops
{a} viscous, adhesive, glutinous, ropy, tough
Sticky" sites are those where the visitors stay for an extended period of time For instance, a banking site that offers a financial calculator is stickier than one that doesn't because visitors do not have to leave to find a resource they need
"Sticky" sites are those where the visitors stay for an extended period of time For instance, a banking site that offers a financial calculator is stickier than on that doesn't because visitors do not have to leave to find a resource they need
{s} adhesive; covered with something adhesive; warm and humid; difficult, complex (Informal); unpleasant, painful (Informal)
An Internet terminology to describe a long period of time spent on a particular Website
Having the quality of sticking to a surface; adhesive; gluey; viscous; viscid; glutinous; tenacious
hot or warm and humid; "muggy weather"; "the steamy tropics"; "sticky weather"
moist as with undried perspiration and with clothing sticking to the body; "felt sticky and chilly at the same time"
A LocalDirector feature that ensures that the same client gets the same server for multiple connections It is used when applications require a consistent and constant connection to the same server If you are connecting to a system that keeps state tables about your connection, sticky allows you to get back to the same real server again and retain the statefulness of the system
If a scene or paragraph is proving difficult to play, it is said to be sticky
(of prices and wages, etc ) - inflexible, slow to react to changes in supply and demand
having the properties of glue
When wet, adheres to other material and tends to stretch somewhat and pull apart rather than to pull free from other material
A sticky situation involves problems or is embarrassing. Inevitably the transition will yield some sticky moments
Persistent across multiple incarnations of a widget
Sticky weather is unpleasantly hot and damp. four desperately hot, sticky days in the middle of August. = muggy
moist as with undried perspiration and with clothing sticking to the body; "felt sticky and chilly at the same time
hard to deal with; especially causing pain or embarrassment; "awkward (or embarrassing or difficult) moments in the discussion"; "an awkward pause followed his remark"; "a sticky question"; "in the unenviable position of resorting to an act he had planned to save for the climax of the campaign"
Web sites that are designed to retain visitors for extended period of time are referred to as "sticky" The content of the site is usually the best way to create a sticky site Essentially, you are keeping the visitor interested enough to continue exploring your site Interactive tools are a good way to make a site sticky For instance, a mortgage company web site that has rate calculators and cost of living comparisons for various regions will keep visitors longer than one that just posts static information
A sticky substance is soft, or thick and liquid, and can stick to other things. Sticky things are covered with a sticky substance. sticky toffee If the dough is sticky, add more flour Peel away the sticky paper
While a sticky board may plane well it doesn't offer the acceleration expected
"Sticky" sites are those where the visitors stay for an extended period of time
In the Visual Composition Editor, the ability to drop multiple copies of a bean selected only once from the palette When sticky is enabled, the mouse pointer remains crosshaired until you select either the Selection tool or another bean from the palette
glutinous
sticky bit
A bit in an inode indicating that an executable program should be kept in memory after it terminates
sticky bit
A fault in a digital circuit, where a signal does not change as expected, but remains always in one state
sticky bits
plural form of sticky bit
sticky bun
A bun with a coating of melted sugar on top
sticky bun
Alternative name of slippery jack, a mushroom of the genus Suillus
sticky fingers
A petty thief or petty thieves

There are too many sticky fingers around for me to leave my purse unattended.

sticky fingers
An inclination to steal

You'd better lock up your belongings before handing you keys to a valet; some of them have 'sticky fingers''.

sticky note
A name given to the Post-it brand name of sticky notes
sticky note
A slip of paper, or a chit, with a gummy or gluey top that can be moved from place to place, usually as a reminder
sticky rice
A variety of short-grain rice popular in South and East Asia, known for its stickiness when cooked
sticky tape
adhesive tape, Sellotape
sticky tapes
plural form of sticky tape
sticky wicket
a difficult or unpredictable situation
sticky wicket
a pitch that has become wet because of rain and therefore on which the ball bounces unpredictably
sticky-backed plastic
large sheet of thin, soft, coloured plastic that is sticky on one side

For today's make, you'll need a good sheet of blue sticky-back plastic, a pen and a washing-up bottle.

sticky-note
A small sheet of paper from a padded stack. Each sheet of the pad has a strip of weak easy-release non-permanent adhesive on the reverse for temporary attachment to a document or to other materials
sticky-tape
To affix or attach with sticky tape
sticky bun
(Gıda) A spiral-shaped cinnamon roll topped with melted brown sugar and butter
sticky aster
wild aster having leafy stems and flower heads with narrow bright reddish-lavender or purple rays; western Colorado to Arizona
sticky end
an end of DNA in which one strand of the double helix extends a few units beyond the other
sticky geranium
geranium of western North America having pinkish-purple flowers in open clusters
sticky note
a small piece of paper, often yellow in colour, that you can stick to things. Stickies are often used for leaving messages = Post-it Note
sticky rice
{i} (Japanese, Thai, Chinese) mochigome, glutinous rice, type of milky colored sticky rice
sticky tape
Sticky tape is clear sticky tape that is sold in rolls and that you use, for example to stick paper or card together, or to stick things onto a wall
sticky wicket
A difficult or embarrassing problem or situation
stickiness
a research measure that captures the extent to which viewers wish to spend more time looking at or reading a print ad

The low stickiness rating helped explain why our ad’s brand linkage rating was so low: people were turned off by the blurriness of the main photo.

stickiness
an overemotional attachment to others; clinging in interpersonal relations; difficulty with ending conversations
stickiness
warmth and humidity, as on a muggy day
stickiness
the tendency to stay the same despite changes in the economy
stickiness
stickiness is having unique attributes that make a product indisposable and valuable to its owner. The stickiness of a cellphone is its ability to tell correct time, locate its user, allow its user to remain connected to the world independent of where the user is
stickiness
{n} an adhesive or glutinous quality
stickiness
1. the property of sticking or adhering; adhesion2. warmth and humidity, as on a muggy day3. (economics, of prices or wages) the tendency to stay the same despite changes in the economy4. (marketing, interface design) stickiness is having unique attributes that make a product indisposable and valuable to its owner.5. (advertising) a research measure that captures the extent to which viewers wish to spend more time looking at or reading a print ad.6. (psychology) an overemotional attachment to others; clinging in interpersonal relations; difficulty with ending conversations
has sticky fingers
has a tendency to take things which are not his
stickier
comparative of sticky
stickiest
superlative of sticky
stickily
In a sticky manner
stickily
in a sticky viscid manner; "he felt the blood move stickily from his split scalp and trickle down his forehead
stickily
in a sticky manner, in an adhesive manner
stickiness
A measure used to gauge the effectiveness of a site in retaining individual users Stickiness is usually measured by the duration of the visit Source: Internet Advertising Bureau
stickiness
the property of sticking or adhering; adhesion
stickiness
The quality of being sticky; as, the stickiness of glue or paste
stickiness
A performance metric based on the ability of a website to hold a visitor's attention A website's stickiness is average duration per user session or per unique visitor
stickiness
{i} adhesiveness, quality of being sticky
stickiness
The ability of a soil to adhere to the vehicle undercarriage or running gear
stickiness
the property of sticking to a surface
stickiness
Adjective used to describe whether a website has the characteristics which encourage visitors to continue looking at pages on the site rather than leaving to look at another site
stickiness
A measure used to gauge the effectiveness of a site in retaining individual users The term is typically used in promotional material when traffic numbers are too low to be effective in lauding a site's performance Never mind the quantity, feel the stick
stickiness
Refers to a site's ability to engage a visitor by providing interesting, useful and informative content Stickiness is often measured in terms of the average number of hours that a user spends on a site in a given month Know as tracking individual users This type of measurement requires some type of registration/login mechanism or cookies placed on users' PCs, both of which have their own drawbacks (Ex: Ebay - with a typical user spending around 2 hours per month on the auction site) Yahoo! Excite and MSN, are battling for stickiness bragging rights by adding more user-oriented features and customization, such as free email, personalized pages and auctions, in an effort to keep visitors coming back and staying longer
stickiness
a website's ability to attract visitors back to the site more frequently Personal home pages, customizable interfaces and web-based e-mail services are examples of sticky services
stickiness
A measure of a user's loyalty to a site, measured in the amount of time spent over a given time period
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