stride

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} over bir adımda -in üstünden geçmek
(Anatomi) apış
uzun adım

Yeni yıl uzun adımlarla geliyor. - The new year is coming with long strides.

{f} uzun adımlarla yürü
uzun adımlarla yürümek/geçmek
{i} uzun adımlarla yürüme
{f} uzun adımlarla yürümek
{f} yürüyerek geçmek
{f} (strode, strid.den)
{f} ata biner gibi oturmak
{f} aşmak
{f} atlayarak geçmek
{i} bir adımlık mesafe
{f} geçip gitmek
arşınlamak
stride length
adım uzunluğu
stride through
arşınlamak
stride up
geçip gitmek
stride level
(Askeri) uzun seviyeleyici
stride out
uzun adımlarla yürümek
stride out
büyük adımlar atmak
stride out of
uzun adımlarla yürüyerek -den çıkmak
stride over
(Fiili Deyim ) bir adım aşmak
take something in one's stride
(Ev ile ilgili) Bir problemle ya da zorlukla sakin bir şekilde baş etmek ve yaptığın şeyi etkilemesine izin vermemek
strides
(Argo) pantolon
take something in your stride
(Ev ile ilgili) Bir problemle ya da zorlukla sakin bir şekilde baş etmek ve yaptığın şeyi etkilemesine izin vermemek
giant stride
dev adım
stridden
{f} uzun adımlarla yürü
strode
uzun adımlarla ilerle
get into one´s stride/hit one´s stride
k. dili bir işin havasına girmek
in stride
uzun adımlarla
strides
gelişme
take in stride
bir şey için bir nebze mesafe gitmek
take in stride
(deyim) Umumi gidişini değiştirmeden hayatın güçlüklerini yenmek, telaşa kapılmadan işini yürütmek
take it in stride
uzun adımlarla götürün
take s.t. in one´s stride
k. dili bir şeyin üstünde durmamak, bir şeyi mesele yapmamak
take something in stride
normal karşılamak
giant stride
sırık [jim.]
hit one's stride
{k} en yüksek hıza/dereceye ulaşmak
stridden
f., bak. stride
stridden
atla/uzun adımla yürü
strode
atla/uzun adımla yürü
strode
f., bak. stride
strode
uzun adımlarla ilerlemek
take s.t. in stride
bir şeyin üzerinde durmamak, bir şeyi mesele yapmamak
İngilizce - İngilizce
The number of memory locations between successive elements in an array, pixels in a bitmap, etc

This stride value is generally equal to the pixel width of the bitmap times the number of bytes per pixel, but for performance reasons it might be rounded.

A long step
To walk with long steps
{n} a long step, a wide stretch of the legs
{v} to make long steps, open the legs wide, cross
Constant amount of memory space between data elements where the elements are stored noncontiguously Strided data are sent and received using derived data types
Staff Training and Research Institute of Distance Education, IGNOU, India
a step in walking or running
The part of an interleaved array that defines the length of a vertex
The act of stridding; a long step; the space measured by a long step; as, a masculine stride
The increment between subscript values that can optionally be specified in a subscript triplet If it is omitted, it is assumed to be one
The number of data units, words for example, between successive accesses to an array of data
A term derived from the concept of walking through the data, from one location to the next For instance, if every other element of an array were to be transferred, the stride through the array would be two
A term derived from the concept of walking (striding) through the data from one noncontiguous location to the next If data are to be accessed as a number of evenly spaced, discontiguous blocks, then stride is the distance between the beginnings of successive blocks For example, consider accessing rows of a column-stored matrix The rows have elements that are spaced in memory by a stride of N, the dimension of the matrix
The spacing between elements
The number of bytes from the beginning of one scanline to the beginning of the next
To stand with the legs wide apart; to straddle
To walk with long steps, especially in a measured or pompous manner
The amount of ground the horse covers in one "step "
NUMBER Number of HKB between contiguous units (CU) in the file that are contiguous on this element Used in RAID5 and striped files
To straddle; to bestride
significant progress (especially in the phrase "make strides"); "they made big strides in productivity"
The length of a single element in a table or array
Number of array elements which gets stepped through as an operation repeats
A style of piano jazz in which the left hand plays alternating bass notes and chord voicings in a steady pattern
{f} walk with long easy steps; go over in one long step; straddle
Sign cut measurement from tip of toe of one normal walking step to back of heel of the next successive step
significant progress (especially in the phrase "make strides"); "they made big strides in productivity" cover or traverse by taking long steps; "She strode several miles towards the woods" walk with long steps; "He strode confidently across the hall
A stride is a long step which you take when you are walking or running. With every stride, runners hit the ground with up to five times their body-weight He walked with long strides
the distance covered by a step; "he stepped off ten paces from the old tree and began to dig"
If you stride somewhere, you walk there with quick, long steps. They were joined by a newcomer who came striding across a field He turned abruptly and strode off down the corridor
walk with long steps; "He strode confidently across the hall"
walk with long steps; "He strode confidently across the hall
To pass over at a step; to step over
The distance between the memory addresses of array elements that are touched in a loop A stride-one loop touches successive array elements, and hence scans memory consecutively This uses cache memory most efficiently because all of a cache line is used before the next cache line is fetched, and the loop never returns to a cache line after using it Strides greater than one are less efficient in memory use, but are easy to create accidentally given Fortran array semantics The compiler can sometimes use loop nest optimization or loop interchange to shorten the stride
spacing between regularly-spaced points in a domain For example, the set of points a, a+2, a+4, …, b-2, b is specified by [a,b] with stride 2 It is a domain See Also: range, interval, domain
cover or traverse by taking long steps; "She strode several miles towards the woods"
In British English, if you take a problem or difficulty in your stride, you deal with it calmly and easily. The American expression is take something in stride. Beth was struck by how Naomi took the mistake in her stride. strode stridden to walk quickly with long steps march stride across/into/down etc
Trousers
If you get into your stride or hit your stride, you start to do something easily and confidently, after being slow and uncertain. The campaign is just getting into its stride
(n ) the increment specified in a subscript triplet
System To Retrieve Information from Drug Evidence, a program of the Drug Enforcement Administration
If you make strides in something that you are doing, you make rapid progress in it. The country has made enormous strides politically but not economically
Someone's stride is their way of walking with long steps. He lengthened his stride to keep up with her
{i} act of striding; one long step; distance covered in one step; progress
stride bass
A musical device with leaping between the bass and harmony notes in the left hand part of a piano accompaniment
stride piano
A style of jazz piano playing in which the right hand plays the melody and the left hand alternates between the bass notes on the strong beats and chords on the weak ones.stride pianist n
get into one's stride
To become familiar with something recently learnt
hit one's stride
to reach a full level of efficiency, competence, comfort, etc.; to get going

They had a baby just as she was hitting her stride professionally.

hit one's stride
when walking or running, to reach a full or comfortable pace

I usually start running slowly for a warm-up and then hit my stride a few minutes into the run.

in stride
Without emotional upset
in stride
Without disturbing one's course of activities
strider
One who strides
strider
An insect called the water strider
strides
trousers
strides
plural form of stride
strides
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of stride
take something in one's stride
Not to allow oneself to be set back, daunted, upset or embarrassed by unpleasant or undesirable circumstances
take something in stride
To cope with something without much effort; to accept or manage something well

He pretty much took it in stride when he came home wailing, again.

take something in one's stride
(Ev ile ilgili) Deal with a problem or difficulty calmly and not to allow it to influence what you are doing
take something in your stride
Deal with a problem or difficulty calmly and not to allow it to influence what you are doing
in stride
(deyim) without emotional reaction
in stride
(deyim) 1. without interference with regular activities 2. without emotional reaction: "took the news in stride"
in stride
(deyim) without interference with regular activities
take in stride
(deyim) To meet happenings without too much surprise; accept good or bad luck and go on

He learned to take disappointments in stride.

take it in stride
(deyim) Continue without delay, cope with: "Lilian is so steady. If there's a problem, she takes it in stride."
take something in stride
(deyim) Continue without delay, cope with

Lilian is so steady. If there's a problem, she takes it in stride.

in stride
without losing equilibrium; "she took all his criticism in stride
stridden
{f} walk with long easy steps; go over in one long step; straddle
stridden
UK, past participle of to stride
strider
a person who walks rapidly with long steps; "he was such a strider that she couldn't keep up without running
strides
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strides
Short, fast, but controlled runs of 50 to 150 meters Strides, which are used both in training and to warm up before a race, build speed and efficiency
strides
plural of stride
strides
Short, fast but controlled runs of 50 to 150 meters; Strides, which are used both in training and to warm up before a race, build speed and efficiency
strides
third-person singular of stride
striding
A single, coordinated movement of all four of the horse's legs, after which the legs return to their starting position
striding
This is a single, coordinated movement of all four of the horse's legs, after which the legs return to their starting position
striding
A single coordinated movement of the four legs of a horse or other animal, completed when the legs return to their initial relative position In the hunt seat fence classes, proper striding between two jumps in a line is required Ex: If you need to have six strides down the diagonal line and five strides on the outside line
striding
present participle of stride
strode
Strode is the past tense and past participle of stride. Past tense of stride. the past tense of stride
strode
of Stride
take something in stride
take it as it comes, accept it understandingly; deal with successfully
stride