tier

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} aşama
sıra/kat
katman
dizi
kat
sıra
{i} rütbe
(üst üste dizilmiş şeylerde) dizi, sıra: He selected a cask from the topmost tier. En üst sıradaki bir fıçıyı seçti. The amphitheater
(Askeri) SIRA: Yatay bir sıra, istif tabakası veya sütun. Sıralar aşağıdan yukarı yığılış sarısına göre numaralanır. Ayrıca bak "course"
{i} 1. (üst üste dizilmiş şeylerde) dizi, sıra: He selected a cask from the topmost tier. En üst sıradaki bir fıçıyı seçti. The amphitheater
tier guide
tier kılavuzu
tier of blocks
bloklar sırası
tier of columns
kolonlar sırası
tiered
sıralı
middle tier
orta katman
multi-tier
Çok katmanlı, çok katlı
tiers
sıralar
top tier
üst katmanı
two tier
iki katmanlı
two-tier
İki kademeli, iki katmamlı

The parties set out plan for two-tier peace process.

two-tier
iki katmanlı

Amcam Doha'dan iki katmanlı çikolata kutusu getirdi. - My uncle brought a two-tiered box of chocolates from Doha.

grand tier
(İnşaat) ana balkon
lower tier
(Askeri) alt sıra
İngilizce - İngilizce
To arrange in layers
To cascade in an overlapping sequence
A layer or rank, especially of seats or a wedding cake
Something that ties
One who ties (knots, etc)
{n} a row or rank of guns in a ship, a set, row of the same altitude
In general, a tier is a row or group in a series of similarly arranged objects A tier is usually group of bytes, kbytes or data transfer blocks Some hosting services charge in blocks of sustained usage (on a monthly average) The size of a tier is not predetermined and can be defined for many applications Visit our FAQ page (Frequently Asked Questions) for more details on tier billing
a relative position or degree of value in a graded group; "lumber of the highest grade"
A tier is a level in an organization or system. Islanders have campaigned for the abolition of one of the three tiers of municipal power on the island. Tier is also a combining form. the possibility of a two-tier system of universities
{i} one of a series of rows, layer, level, rank
(n-Tier), an environment featuring multiple servers - middleware server, web server application server, database server legacy
A chold's apron covering the upper part of the body, and tied with tape or cord; a pinafore
A tier is a row or layer of something that has other layers above or below it. the auditorium with the tiers of seats around and above it. Tier is also a combining form. a three-tier wedding cake
A set of factors all of which have the same status in the randomization The factors in different tiers must have been associated using a randomization; those in the same tier have not In standard textbook designs, where there is only one randomization, the two tiers are often referred to as block factors and treatment factors, the block factors being the unrandomized factors and the treatment factors being the randomized factors However, just two names, like 'block' and 'treatment', are inadequate for experiments involving more than two tiers Instead a general term for set of factors grouped according to the randomization is used
The layers of application functionality in a partitioned client/server application that can usually be deployed on separate physical computers for better scalability
In air drying or kiln drying, stacks lumber or other wood products in vertical alignment Usually refers to sticker alignment
something that is used for tying; "the sail is fastened to the yard with tiers"
A row of townships running from east to west
a worker who ties something any one of two or more competitors who tie one another
Two series of limitless rows placed one above another Sales and Affiliates personally referred are on the first row or "Tier 1" Sales and Affiliates they refer are on the second row or "Tier 2" Affiliates earn 25% sales commission on their Wholesale Volume on these two tiers
one of two or more layers one atop another; "tier upon tier of huge casks"; "a three-tier wedding cake"
One who, or that which, ties
any one of two or more competitors who tie one another
a worker who ties something
a major horizontal collection of hardware components in a layered hardware architecture Each tier typically communicates only with the tiers immediately above and below it For example, a 4-tier hardware architecture may consist (top to bottom) of a client tier, a web-server tier, an application server tier, and a database server tier Contrast with layer
one of two or more layers one atop another; "tier upon tier of huge casks"; "a three-tier wedding cake" something that is used for tying; "the sail is fastened to the yard with tiers" a worker who ties something any one of two or more competitors who tie one another
A strip of land six miles wide, extending east and west and numbered north and south according to its distance from the base line in the rectangular (government) survey system of legal description
A tier refers to the town hall status that a unit, building, or upgrade can be unlocked at There are three tiers in WarCraft III, each one representing a different upgrade of the town hall For example Orcs are Tier 1 at Great Hall, Tier 2 at Stronghold, and Tier 3 at Fortress
A row or rank, especially one of two or more rows placed one above, or higher than, another; as, a tier of seats in a theater
Unlike a free-hanging balcony, a tier is a level of seating within a theater containing a series of rows rising one above another The Kimmel Center's Verizon Hall has three seating tiers HOME | about us | events | planning your visit | facilities | education | residentcompanies| support+membership| buildingthecenter| news| careers+volunteers| contactus
tier 1, 2 supplier
(Ticaret) A tier 1 supplier is the immediate or primary set of vendors directly used by a company, and tier 2 is a vendor to tier 1. In some industries the final customers or dominant chain partners are consolidating (reducing) their number of tier 1 suppliers, and requiring proof of the communications and fulfillment capabilities between tier 1 and tier 2
tier table
A table having several shelflike tops, one above the other
tiered
having tiers

a tiered wedding cake.

tiered
Simple past tense and past participle of tier
top tier
Belonging to the [[#Noun|top tier]]: elite, prestigious
top tier
Top level, top rank, top standing
top tier
Elite
top-tier
Alternative spelling of top tier
two-tier
Having or consisting of two tiers
top-tier
The best
top-tier
Opposite of low tier
top-tier
The best and most oftenly picked character in a game. This character is more times than not the strongest and usually is chosen the most in tournament/high levels of play. Synonymous with low risk high reward
middle tier
Also known as application server tier The logical layer between a user interface or Web client and the database This is typically where the Web server resides, and where business objects are instantiated See also client tier; data source tier
n-tier
(XML Database Developer's Guide - Oracle XML DB) [definition #2] (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
n-tier
N-tier application architecture provides a model for developers to create a flexible and reusable application By breaking up an application into tiers, developers only have to modify or add a specific layer, rather than have to rewrite the enitire application over, if they decide to change technologies or scale up In the term "N-tier," "N" implies any number -- like 2-tier, or 4-tier; basically, any number of distinct tiers used in your architecture Application architectures are part of Layer 7 of the OSI model
n-tier
(XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
n-tier
(Application Developer's Guide - XML; search in this book)
n-tier
(Application Developer's Guide - XML) [definition #2] (Case Studies - XML Applications)
n-tier
Also known as three-tier, a three-way interaction in a client/server environment, in which the client stores the user interface, application servers store most business application logic, and a database server stores the data
n-tier
A client/server application that supports multiple levels of mid-tier application servers between clients and a database server The additional tiers allow highly flexible deployment and process- or task-specific scalability
tiered
having or arranged in tiers; "a tiered mound"
tiered
in tiers
tiered
{s} layered, arranged in rows; (about pay TV services) arranged in several graduated packages (with each larger package containing more channels and having a higher price)
tiered
having or arranged in tiers; "a tiered mound
tiering
Tiering" refers to the coverage of general matters in broader Environmental Impact Statements (such as national program or policy statements); subsequent narrower statements or environmental analyses (such as regional or ultimately site-specific statements) are "tiered" to the broader, general statements and incorporate them by reference The narrower statements concentrate solely on the issues specific to the site
tiering
a process of placing a load on or above another load
tiering
{i} process of arranging in layers or rows; service plan offered by pay television operators in which customers can choose from several service packages with different prices and channels
tiering
Subscribers to a cable system with one or more programming services beyond the basic offerings pay an extra charge Hence, each additional price increment (or service) is referred to as a tier
tiering
Refers to the coverage of general matters in broader Environmental Impact Statements or Environmental Assessments with subsequent other related statements in Environmental Assessments incorporated, by reference, the discussions contained in the previous document, solely on the issues specific to the statement subsequently prepared
tiering
present participle of tier
tiering
Incorporating information contained in an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), such as the Forest Plan EIS, by reference in subsequent environmental documents
tiering
– combining cable channels to sell at a package price
tiers
plural of tier
tiers
third-person singular of tier
two-tier
Describes a conventional client/server application that runs partly on a client and partly on a server
two-tier
Basic architecture consisting of a window's client and database
two-tier
Affiliate programs that pays commission two levels deep It allows affiliates to sign up additional affiliates below themselves, so that when the second tier affiliates earn a commission, the affiliate above them also receives a commission
two-tier bid
a takeover bid where the acquirer offers to pay more for the shares needed to gain control than for the remaining shares
tier