tolerances

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tolerance
hoşgörü

İlaçlar hem bağımlılık hem de hoşgörüye sebep olabilir. - Drugs can cause both dependency and tolerance.

Korkaklara hiçbir hoşgörüm yok. - I have no tolerance of cowards.

tolerance
tolerans

Futbol kulübünün hakem hatası konusunda sıfır tolerans politikası vardır. - The football club has a zero tolerance policy on referee abuse.

Tom'un düşük bir düş kırıklığı toleransı vardır. - Tom has a low frustration tolerance.

tolerance
müsamaha
tolerance
{i} hata payı
tolerance
oynama payı
tolerance
(Biyokimya) dayanım
tolerance
(Mekanik) pay
tolerance
hoş görmek
tolerance
özür payı
tolerance
dayanıklılık
customer tolerances
(Ticaret) müşteri toleransı
tolerance
{i} (organizma v.b.'ne özgü) tahammül, dayanma
tolerance
(Askeri) TOLERANS: Ölçme tekniğinde veya bir makinenin ya da makine parçasının boyutlarında veya bir aletin mükemmeliyet derecesinde, standartlara veya teorik değerlere nazaran izin verilen boşluk miktarı
tolerance
hoş görme
tolerance
{i} dayanma
tolerance
müsaade
tolerance
{i} tahammül
tolerance
hoşgorü
tolerance
sikkelerde muteber tutulan ayardan farklı olmasına müsaade edilen ağırlık
tolerance
derecesi
tolerance
hoşgörürlük
tolerance
dayanca
tolerance
ihtiyat payı
tolerance
götürüm
tolerance
hoşgörülülük
tolerance
efelek
trajectory tolerances
(Askeri) UÇUŞ YOLU TOLERANSLARI: Sistem toleransları ile birlikte mütalaa edilmeleri icap eden uçuş yolu toleransları sevk yakıtı sarfiyatı üzerinde müessirdirler ve aşağıdaki hususları ihtiva ederler: a. Bir roket motor grubu karışım oranında, imalatçı tarafından teslim edildiği zaman mevcut bulunan (azami ve asgari hadler dahilinde) değişiklik. b. Sevk yakıtı pompa giriş basıncında, her yakıta ait hızlandırma basınç farklarından ileri gelen değişiklikler. c. Gaz jeneratörleri, sıvı oksijen basınç ayarlama tertibatı gibi motor grubu tali sistemdeki sarfiyat değişiklikleri ve uçuş esnasında, uçuş yolunu seçilmiş bir hedefe göre ayarlamak için füzenin, hız ve irtifa değiştirmesi yüzünden meydana gelen karışım oranı değişiklikleri
trajectory tolerances
(Askeri) uçuş yolu toleransları
İngilizce - İngilizce
plural of tolerance
The limiting values for a dimension
- Leeways for variation from the standard, usually expressed as a percentage The lower the number, the more accurate it is
Specific values that are used to handle problems of numerical accuracy, which arise in calculations on computers with finite real number representations
Permissible residue levels for pesticides in raw agricultural produce and processed foods Whenever a pesticide is registered for use on a food or a feed crop, a tolerance (or exemption from the tolerance requirement) must be established EPA establishes the tolerance levels, which are enforced by the Food and Drug Administration and the Department of Agriculture
The amount of variation permitted on dimensions or surfaces The tolerance is equal to the difference between the maximum and minimum limits of any specified dimension
Small positive values to control elements of a computer implementation of an algorithm When determining whether a value, v, is non-negative, the actual test is v > -t, where t is an absolute tolerance When comparing two values to determine if u <= v, the actual test is
A small positive value to control elements of a computer implementation of an algorithm When determining whether a value, v, is non-negative, the actual test is v > -t, where t is an absolute tolerance When comparing two values to determine if u <= v, the actual test is
specifications for the range of acceptable values of the measurements of a product established by engineering design or customer requirements
Specifications that lists variations that will be acceptable in a print job
tolerance
The ability of the body to accept a tissue graft without rejection
tolerance
The ability of the body to resist the action of a poison, to cope with a dangerous drug or to survive infection by an organism
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The variation or deviation from a standard, especially the maximum permitted variation in an engineering measurement
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The ability to endure pain or hardship; endurance
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The ability or practice of tolerating; an acceptance or patience with the beliefs, opinions or practices of others; a lack of bigotry
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forbearance in judging of the acts or opinions of others
tolerance
{n} the act or power of enduring
Tolerance
tol
tolerance
approval Tolerance is the quality of allowing other people to say and do as they like, even if you do not agree or approve of it. his tolerance and understanding of diverse human nature. intolerance
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willingness to recognize and respect the beliefs or practices of others
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{i} endurance, broad-mindedness, indulgence; act of tolerating something (such as pain or difficulty)
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a mathematical term indicating the allowable variation from a standard or from specified conditions It is an indication of the accuracy and the precision of a measurement
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The allowable variation in specified parameters where the oscillator is considered to be within operating specifications
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Decreasing effect of a drug with the same dose or the need to increase the dose to maintain the same effect
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The acceptable deviation from specification
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Permissible variation from a specification for any characteristic of the product
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Tolerance is the upper and lower limits of some dimension or parameter relating to a component part, material or assembly which an actual item must comply with in order for it to be acceptable in procurement or manufacturing Pursuing a "high" tolerance usually results in higher costs than costs encountered to achieve "low" tolerance
tolerance
Allowed amount of variation from the standard or from exact conformity to the specified dimensions, weight, etc
tolerance
maximum residue limit allowed in foods by the Food and Drug Administration
tolerance
Tolerance is the ability to experience exposure to potentially harmful amounts of a substance without showing an adverse effect
tolerance
the ability to tolerate the beliefs or practices of others
tolerance
the act of tolerating something the power or capacity of an organism to tolerate unfavorable environmental conditions willingness to recognize and respect the beliefs or practices of others
tolerance
the power or capacity of an organism to tolerate unfavorable environmental conditions
tolerance
The total amount by which a quantity is allowed to vary
tolerance
Capability of growth in more or less shade
tolerance
The point at which a person adapts to a specific substance, so larger amounts of the prescribed medication or a new medication is needed to achieve the same results
tolerance
The power or capacity of enduring; the act of enduring; endurance
tolerance
The power possessed or acquired by some persons of bearing doses of medicine which in ordinary cases would prove injurious or fatal
tolerance
Tolerance is the amount of error accepted in a given situation See Estimator
tolerance
Tolerance is the normal variation in production pressure switches of the same specifications It affects the actuation value and the reactuation point and not the accuracy of the setpoint
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Tolerance is the ability to bear something painful or unpleasant. There is lowered pain tolerance, lowered resistance to infection. a low tolerance of errors
tolerance
Allowable deviation from a nominal or specified dimension Close Tolerance: A tolerance closer than "Standard"
tolerance
in pharmacology, refers to the reduced responsiveness to a drug's action as the result of previous continued and/or multiple exposure
tolerance
as in various mechanical operations; The amount which coins, either singly or in lots, are legally allowed to vary above or below the standard of weight or fineness
tolerance
The range between two limiting sizes as a means of specifying the degree of accuracy The amount a given bearing dimension may vary from specifications The difference between the upper and lower limits of a dimension or a specification A means of specifying the degree of accuracy
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the act of tolerating something
tolerance
a permissible difference; allowing some freedom to move within limits
tolerance
the ability to endure pain or hardship
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Permissible deviation from a nominal or specified dimension or value
tolerance
The ability to experience exposure to potentially harmful amounts of a substance without showing an adverse effect (IPCS) In immunology, the ability of a host to recognise its own proteins without developing an immune response
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The ability of plants to endure a specified pest, pathogen, environmental pressure or chemical stress A tolerant variety will sustain less damage than a susceptible variety when grown under the same conditions
tolerance
The permissible maximum deviation from specified dimensions, quantities, or specifications The amount of variation allowed from the nominal dimension
tolerance
If someone or something has a tolerance to a substance, they are exposed to it so often that it does not have very much effect on them. As with any drug taken in excess, your body can build up a tolerance to it
tolerance
A physiological change resulting from repeated drug use that requires the user to consume increasing amounts of the drug to get the same effect a smaller dose used to give
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The endurance of the presence or actions of objectionable persons, or of the expression of offensive opinions; toleration
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The range of variation permitted in maintaining a specified dimension, i e , the difference between the upper and lower limits between which a size must be held
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a disposition to allow freedom of choice and behavior
tolerance
The maximum permissible deviation from the specified quantity
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a condition in which the body becomes accustomed to an agent (e g , drug) so that the previous dose no longer produces the desired effects and a progressively larger dose is needed to achieve a previously observed effect See also cross-tolerance
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The need to take increasingly large amounts of chemicals in order to achieve the desired effects; the same effects previously achieved by smaller amounts
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A term that is used to quantify the allowable deviation from a dimension For example, tolerances exist for the sheet thickness, width, flatness, camber, etc
tolerance
indulgence
tolerances