trace

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İngilizce - Türkçe
izlemek
izini sürmek
{i} işaret
iz
iz sürmek
{f} izinden gitmek
{f} izle

NASA'nın Mars gezicisi bir nehir yatağının izlerini keşfetti. - NASA's Mars rover discovered traces of a river bed.

Dan'ın arabasının içinde kan izleri vardı. - There were traces of blood inside Dan's car.

(Ticaret) bulup çıkarmak
keşfetmek
işlemek
oymak
telem
{f} (bir şeyin) üzerine şeffaf bir kâğıt koyup kopyasını çıkarmak
izini takip etmek
(Meteoroloji) trase
tarihçe
{i} ipucu
{i} belirti
ortaya çıkarmak
zerre

Onda kötülüğün zerresi bile yoktu. - There was no trace of evil in her.

(kopya kâğıdıyla) kopyasını çıkarmak
az miktar
kalıntı
bulmak
izle(mek)
{f} çizmek
{f} dayanmak
bulm

Polis henüz şüphelinin izini bulmadı. - The police have found no trace of the suspect yet.

Ondan tek bir iz bulmadık. - We didn't find a single trace of it.

(Tıp) İz, belirti, işaret
(Askeri) ÇİZME: Yapılacak bir siper veya tahkimat için, bir harita veya arazi üzerine, bu siper veya tahkimatın geçeceği yerleri çizgi ile göstermek
{i} patika (orman)
{f} kopya etmek
hafif çizgi
{i} koşum kayışı
(Tıp) Zerre, cüzi şey
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) iz [derrida]
{f} dayandırmak
{f} tasarlamak
{f} to bazı izleri/ipuçlarını takip
şeffaf kağıt üzerinden
{i} iz, eser
dikkatle çizmek veya yazmak
{i} ufacık bir miktar
izini araştırıp bulmak
ayrıntıları ile tanımlayarak aslını göstermek
ormanda patika
azıcık şey
(Bilgisayar) izleme
yer

Bu güvenlik sistemi çalışanların hareketlerini gittikleri yerde izlemelerine izin verir. - This security system allows us to trace employees movements anywhere they go.

Polis her yere baktı ve Tom'la ilgili herhangi bir iz bulamadı. - The police looked everywhere and couldn't find any trace of Tom.

geçirmek
izi
izine
izini
birazcık
trace element
(Tıp) oligoelement
trace element
(Kimya) az rastlanan element
trace dependents
(Bilgisayar) etkilenenleri izle
trace element
(Kimya) azrak element
trace element
(Denizbilim) iz element
trace element
(Biyokimya) iz öğeleri
trace element
(Denizbilim) iz ögeleri
trace elements
(Denizbilim) iz ögeler
trace error
(Bilgisayar) hata izle
trace precedents
(Bilgisayar) etkileyenleri izle
trace element
eser element
trace off strap pattern
izleyici şerit dizini
trace program
takip programı
trace program
izleme bağdarlaması
trace routine
izleme yordamı
trace the shape of
taslağını yap
trace back
birşeyin kökenini veya nedenini bulmak
trace case
durumda iz
trace elements
iz elementler
trace log
izleme günlüğü
trace statement
izleme deyimi
trace the flight
uçuş iz
trace to
iz
trace trap
tuzak iz
trace up
İzlemeyi
trace accessibility
iz erişilebilirliği
trace amount
(Nükleer Bilimler) eser miktar
trace conditioning
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) izli şartlandırma
trace destructor
(Bilgisayar) iz silici
trace edges
Kenarlara İz Koy
trace element
tras element
trace file
izleme kütüğü
trace file name
(Bilgisayar) izleme dosyası adı
trace fossil
iz fosil
trace guid
(Bilgisayar) izleme guid'si
trace level
(Bilgisayar) izleme düzeyi
trace logs
(Bilgisayar) izleme günlükleri
trace mask
(Bilgisayar) iz maskesi
trace messages
(Bilgisayar) iletileri izle
trace of a matrix
matrisin izi
trace of brush
(Sanat) fırça izleri
trace of forward elements
(Askeri) İlerdeki unsurların bulunduğu hat
trace of rain
(Meteoroloji) çok az yağmur
trace of tsunami height
(Askeri) tusunami yüksekliği işareti
trace options
(Bilgisayar) izleme seçenekleri
trace over
oymak
trace over
kopya etmek
trace over
hakketmek
trace schema
(Mukavele) kolon şeması
trace settings
(Bilgisayar) izleme ayarları
trace table
izleme çizelgesi
trace tags
(Bilgisayar) izleme etiketleri
trace tags
(Bilgisayar) iz etiketleri
trace to com2
(Bilgisayar) com2'yi izle
trace to file
(Bilgisayar) dosyayı izle
trace version
(Bilgisayar) izleme sürümü
trace-element fractionation
iz-element fraksiyonlaşması/ayrımlaşması
tracing
izleme
traceability
izlenebilirlik
tracing
izlemek
tracing
{i} takip
tracing
{i} takip etme
tracing
{i} taslak
execution trace
(Bilgisayar) yürütüm izi
remove one's trace
izini kaybettirmek
sink without a trace
sırra kadem basmak
tracing
izleyerek
when to trace
(Bilgisayar) izleme zamanı
without a trace
iz bırakmadan
dark trace screen
karanlık izli ekran
data base trace
veri tabanı izi
diagnostic trace routine
hata bulucu izleme yordamı
instruction trace
komut izleme
macro trace
makro iz
memory trace
belleği gözden geçirme
return trace
resim başı
traceable
izlenebilir
tracing
{f} izle
selective trace
seçimli izleme
stack trace
sinyal yığma
statement trace
açıklama izlemesi, deyim izlemesi
subroutine trace
altyordam izlemesi
terminal trace
terminal izleme
time oriented trace
zamana yönelik izleme
traces
izler

Dan'ın arabasının içinde kan izleri vardı. - There were traces of blood inside Dan's car.

Kurbanın akciğerlerinde sabun izleri bulundu. Sanırım onlar onu banyoda boğdular. - Traces of soap were found in the victim's lungs. I suppose they drowned her in the bath.

tracing
(Mühendislik) konye etme
variable trace
değişken iz
without a trace
iz bırakmadan, iz olmadan, ipucu olmadan
accessibility of a trace
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) iz erişilebilirliği
availability of a trace
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) izin ulaşılabilirliği
axial trace
(Jeoloji) eksen izi
execution trace
yurutum izi
ground trace
(Askeri) YER İZDÜŞÜMÜ: Uçan bir cisim, füze veya uydunun arz üzerinden geçerken satıhta çizdiği teorik iz
having a trace
izli
leave trace
iz bırakmak
pilot's trace
(Askeri) PİLOT TATBİK KROKİSİ: Bir foto keşif uçağı pilotunun bir sorti esnasında veya sortiden hemen sonra haritadan çıkardığı kaba bir tatbik krokisi. Bu tatbik krokisi; düz uçuş istikametlerini, numara ve sıralarını, her düz uçuşta kullanılan fotoğraf makinesiyle birlikte gösterir
pilot’s trace
(Askeri) pilot tatbik krokisi
sink without a trace
sırra kadem basmak. Her heart sank. Birdenbire umutsuzluğa düştü
statement trace
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) deyim izlemesi
statement trace
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) açıklama izlemesi
traceable
(sıfat) izlenebilir
traceless
dayandırılabilir
tracing
{i} geçirme
tracing
{i} şeffaf kâğıt üzerine çıkarılan kopya
tracing
tracing paper aydinger kâğıdı
tracing
ince kopya kâğıdı
tracing
{i} kopya etme
tracing
kopya
tracing
çiz/bul/izle
uneven trace of dredging
(Askeri) düzgün olmayan tarama
vanish without a trace
hiç iz bırakmadan kaybolmak
vanish without a trace
sırra kadem basmak
variable trace
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) değişken izleme
İngilizce - İngilizce
An informal road or prominent path in an arid area
A very small amount
A mark left as a sign of passage of a person or animal
To copy onto a sheet of transparent paper
To draw or sketch
An act of tracing

Your cell phone company can put a trace on your line.

The sum of the diagonal elements of a square matrix
To follow the trail of
An electric current-carrying conductive pathway on a printed circuit board
{n} a mark, sign, token, footstep, remains
{v} to follow, mark out, draw, walk over
a visible mark (as a footprint) left by the passage of person or animal or vehicle a just detectable amount; "he speaks French with a trace of an accent"
A connecting bar or rod, pivoted at each end to the end of another piece, for transmitting motion, esp
A term used to describe the consistency of a batch of soap when dribbling a small amount of the soap across the surface of the batch leaves a visible trace About the consistence of thin pudding
-Transition Region and Coronal Explorer: A mission in NASA's series of Small Explorers designed to study the Sun's photosphere and corona Launch is scheduled for September 1997
Extremely small quantity of an element, usually too small to determine quantitatively
from one plane to another; specif
Tracing is the process of navigating through an open menu by moving the mouse over menu items
To mark out; to draw or delineate with marks; especially, to copy, as a drawing or engraving, by following the lines and marking them on a sheet superimposed, through which they appear; as, to trace a figure or an outline; a traced drawing
make one's course or travel along a path; travel or pass over, around, or along; "The children traced along the edge of the drak forest"; "The women traced the pasture"
If you trace something such as a pattern or a shape, for example with your finger or toe, you mark its outline on a surface. I traced the course of the river on the map
A very small amount of a material Usually used in reference to concentrations which are on the order of or less than 1-10 parts per million
The mark left on the ice by the skate blade when skating, usually used in the context of skating a compulsory figure
If you trace someone or something, you find them after looking for them. Police are anxious to trace two men seen leaving the house just before 8am
Hence, to follow the trace or track of
to go back over again; "we retraced the route we took last summer"; "trace your path"
such a piece in an organ-stop action to transmit motion from the trundle to the lever actuating the stop slider
The amount of rainfall or other form of precipitation which occurs when the quantity is so small that it cannot be measured in the rain gage
To walk over; to pass through; to traverse
drawing created by tracing
either of two lines that connect a horse's harness to a wagon or other vehicle or to a whiffletree
A precipitation amount of less than 0 005 inches Also, the record made by any self-registering instrument
The ground plan of a work or works
{i} sign, trail; appearance; harness
a just detectable amount; "he speaks French with a trace of an accent"
If you trace the origin or development of something, you find out or describe how it started or developed. The exhibition traces the history of graphic design in America from the 19th century to the present The psychiatrist successfully traced some of her problems to severe childhood traumas. Trace back means the same as trace. Britain's Parliament can trace its history back to the English Parliament of the 13th century She has never traced back her lineage, but believes her grandparents were from Aberdeenshire
To walk; to go; to travel
Precipitation amounts less than 0 01"
to follow a receipt of a payment (to the union) to an entry in the union’s receipts journal and then from these entries to a related deposit slip and corresponding entry on the union’s bank statement; or to follow a union’s disbursement from authorization of expenditure through the invoice, bill, check stub, or other record into the union’s disbursements journal and then from the journal to the related cancelled check and corresponding entry on the union’s bank statement
The line formed by the skater's blade on the ice
{f} follow; find; investigate; follow a program procedure proposition after proposition (Computers)
One of two straps, chains, or ropes of a harness, extending from the collar or breastplate to a whiffletree attached to a vehicle or thing to be drawn; a tug
an indication that something has been present; "there wasn't a trace of evidence for the claim"; "a tincture of condescension"
Information collected during program execution that you can use to analyze your application You can collect trace information and store it in a file for later use or analyze it directly when running your application interactively (for example, when you run an application in the XMPI utility)
Transition Region and Coronal Explorer A NASA satellite launched in 1998 TRACE observes the Sun's atmosphere in ultraviolet wavelengths more!
To follow by some mark that has been left by a person or thing which has preceded; to follow by footsteps, tracks, or tokens
a suggestion of some quality; "there was a touch of sarcasm in his tone"; "he detected a ghost of a smile on her face"
make a mark or lines on a surface; "draw a line"; "trace the outline of a figure in the sand"
read with difficulty; "Can you decipher this letter?"; "The archeologist traced the hieroglyphs"
discover traces of; "She traced the circumstances of her birth"
A mark left by anything passing; a track; a path; a course; a footprint; a vestige; as, the trace of a carriage or sled; the trace of a deer; a sinuous trace
discover traces of; "She traced the circumstances of her birth
A trace is a sign which shows you that someone or something has been in a place. There's been no trace of my aunt and uncle Finally, and mysteriously, Hoffa disappeared without trace
The amount of rainfall or other forms of precipitation which occurs when the quantity is so small that it cannot be measured by a rain gage
A mark, impression, or visible appearance of anything left when the thing itself no longer exists; remains; token; vestige
The path of conductive material that conveys voltage or current from one point to another on a printed circuit board Traces add resistance to the circuit 4
An ICE command that will save the most recent "n" instructions executed The trace can also be conditional, e g , trace only those instructions that access memory between 0 and 1023
If you trace a picture, you copy it by covering it with a piece of transparent paper and drawing over the lines underneath. She learned to draw by tracing pictures out of old storybooks
Explain a sequence of steps or events E g "Trace the development of the union movement in the U S "
In the context of GRADE, a trace is a protocol of events that occurred during simulation or prototyping A trace browser can be used to examine the information gathered during the trace
If you say that someone or something sinks without trace or sinks without a trace, you mean that they stop existing or stop being successful very suddenly and completely. The Social Democratic Party has sunk without trace at these elections
"trace the student's progress"
A precipitation amount less than 0 1mm
follow, discover, or ascertain the course of development of something; "We must follow closely the economic development is Cuba" ; "trace the student's progress"
copy by following the lines of the original drawing on a transparent sheet placed upon it; make a tracing of; "trace a design"; "trace a pattern"
To copy; to imitate
A trace of something is a very small amount of it. Wash them in cold water to remove all traces of sand
pursue or chase relentlessly; "The hunters traced the deer into the woods"; "the detectives hounded the suspect until they found the him"
Generally, an unmeasureable or insignificant quantity A precipitation amount of less than 0 005 inch
follow, discover, or ascertain the course of development of something; "We must follow closely the economic development is Cuba"
trace element
A chemical element present in a sample in very small quantities
trace element
A chemical element in an organism’s diet that is required in very small amounts in order to maintain proper biochemical function; a micronutrient
trace fossil
A type of fossil reflecting the reworking of sediments and hard substrates by organisms, rather than the physical remains of the organism itself. This includes structures such as burrows, trails, impressions, coprolites and borings
trace fossils
plural form of trace fossil
trace gas
A gas which makes up less than 1% by volume of the Earth's atmosphere, and it includes all gases except nitrogen (78.1%) and oxygen (20.9%). The most abundant trace gas at 0.934% is argon
trace case
Physical evidence remains afterward
trace driven
Trace Driven modeling is a technique that combines measurement and simulation in order to create an accurate model of a computer system
trace a call
locate the source of a telephone call, find the origin of a phone call
trace back
see trace 1
trace detector
a screening device for traces of explosives; used at airline terminals
trace element
an element that occurs at very small quantities in the body but is nonetheless important for many biological processes
trace element
Essential mineral that is essential to nutrition Nutritionists prefer to call minerals either minerals or trace minerals depending on the amount needed by the body, while analytical chemists prefer to call minerals, trace elements
trace element
An element that is not essential in a mineral but that is found in small quantities in its structure or adsorbed on its surfaces Although not quantitatively defined, it is conventionally assumed to constitute significantly less than 1 0% of the mineral From Glossary of Geology, 4th Edition, 1997, American Geological Institute
trace element
A trace element is a chemical element such as iron or zinc that occurs in very small amounts in living things and is necessary for normal growth and development
trace element
An element found in only minor amounts (concentrations less than 1 0 milligram per liter) in water or sediment; includes arsenic, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, mercury, nickel, and zinc
trace element
a substance needed in very small amounts for the proper functioning of the body There are 7 known trace elements: chromium, copper, cobalt, iodine, iron, selenium and zinc
trace element
A trace element is a very small amount of a chemical element that is found in a metal or other substance
trace of
bit of -, tad of -, small amount of -
trace program
a utility program that exhibits the sequence and results of executing the instructions in another program
fault trace
A line drawn on a map to represent the position of a fault line
leaf trace
An extension of vascular tissue from a plant's stem into a nearby leaf, resulting in a leaf gap in the plant's stele
stack trace
A hierarchical trace of the function calls made by a program, used in debugging
traceability
The ability to trace (identify and measure) all the stages that led to a particular point in a process that consists of a chain of interrelated events
traceable
Capable of being traced; possible to track down

There was no traceable evidence left, when the detectives arrived.

traced
Simple past tense and past participle of trace
traceless
That cannot be traced; untraceable
traceless
That has no traces
traces
plural form of trace
traces
minute remnants
traces
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of trace
tracing
The reproduction of an image made by copying it through translucent paper
tracing
A measurement of a Cephalometric x-ray which helps the orthodontist in diagnosis and treatment planning line
traces
{n} the straps of a harness for drawing
Natchez Trace
Old road, southeastern U.S. It follows an Indian trail (or trace) to the northeast from Natchez, Miss. , across northwestern Alabama to Nashville, Tenn., and is more than 500 mi (800 km) long. A wagon road constructed in the early 19th century was used by traders and settlers. Among its historical landmarks are the Emerald and Bynum Indian ceremonial mounds and Chickasaw Village, in Mississippi, and Napier Mine and Metal Ford in Tennessee
Traces
trays
Traces
trais
disappeared without a trace
vanished without a trace, disappeared without leaving anything behind
explosive trace detection
a system for screening luggage in airports; an agent passes a swab around or inside luggage and then runs the swab through a machine that can detect trace amounts of explosives
leaf trace
A strand of vascular tissue that extends between the vascular bundle of a stem and a leaf
memory trace
An engram
traceability
LDAP URL
traceability
–Ability to determine the status or even the location of a shipment Also the ability to track all parts, processes, and materials used in production for a product based on its lot or serial number
traceability
The ability to trace the history, application, or location of an item or activity and like items or activities by means of recorded identification Notes: Traceability requirements should be specified for some stated period in history or to some point of origin Traceability may be used in three major senses: in a distribution sense, relating to components and materials used in making a product or providing a service; in a calibration sense, relating measuring equipment to national or international standards, primary standards, or basic constants or properties; in a data sense, relating to operational, computational, and recording steps of a measurement of evaluation of a product, process, or service [ANSI-ASQC Standard A3-1987]
traceability
The ability to trace the history, application, or location of an item or activity and like items or activities by means of recorded identification
traceability
{i} ability to be traced, ability to be tracked
traceability
The management and mapping of the parent child relationships of all requirements Includes from user to system requirements; system requirements to lower level requirements; requirements to design; design to implementation; design to verification; and requirements to validation
traceability
Documentation of the existence of a calibration chain between an instrument and a primary standard
traceability
13, The ability to trace the history, application or location of an item or activity by means of recorded identification
traceability
the property of the result of a measurement or the value of a standard whereby it can be related to stated references, usually national or international standards, through an unbroken chain of comparisons all having stated uncertainties (VIM: 1994)
traceable
(usually followed by `to') able to be traced to; "a failure traceable to lack of energy"
traceable
If one thing is traceable to another, there is evidence to suggest that the first thing was caused by or is connected to the second thing. The probable cause of his death is traceable to an incident in 1724
traceable
(usually followed by `to') able to be traced to; "a failure traceable to lack of energy" capable of being traced or tracked; "a traceable riverbed"; "the traceable course of an ancient wall
traceable
capable of being traced or tracked; "a traceable riverbed"; "the traceable course of an ancient wall"
traceable
Capable of being traced
traceable
capable of being traced or tracked; "a traceable riverbed"; "the traceable course of an ancient wall
traceable
{s} capable of being found or tracked down
traced
derived by copying something else; especially by following lines seen through a transparent sheet
traced
past of trace
traces
plural of trace
tracing
The act of one who traces; especially, the act of copying by marking on thin paper, or other transparent substance, the lines of a pattern placed beneath; also, the copy thus producted
tracing
a copy of a map, drawing etc made by tracing it
tracing
the process of finding something that is lost by studying evidence
tracing
The simplest method of transferring a drawing is to trace it onto the support surface The drawing itself is used for this purpose One begins by rubbing over the back of the drawing with a red chalk or a soft pencil It is then held firmly over the support, and the drawing is repeated using a pencil or stylus from the front When the complete drawing has been gone over in this way, it can be lifted away to reveal a traced image of the original If the main drawing is to be saved tracing paper is laid over the original and the main outlines are redrawn onto the tracing paper The back of the tracing paper is then rubbed by red chalk or a soft pencil, in the same manner a s before and drawn over yet again, held against the support
tracing
drawing created by tracing
tracing
The automatic finding of nodes by automatic navigation Examples might be finding all nodes dependent on another node, all people interested in a given node, all modules which use a given module Another example is a trace starting with more than one node, such as to find a node in common between two groups, or path linking two nodes
tracing
{i} following, tracking; copy made on a superimposed sheet; graphic record made by an instrument
tracing
"Technique" akin to Therapeutic Touch It involves moving the hand or fingers along acupuncture meridians
tracing
assistance is provided to people in the community who have been separated from their relatives (citizens of other countries) as a result of war, civil disturbances, natural disaster, or changing world conditions over which the individual has no control Tracing services for victims of war have their foundation in the Geneva Conventions and their Additional Protocols
tracing
Determining a shipment's location during the course of a move
tracing
1 See trace 2 The action of skating the repetitions of a compulsory figure so that the later traces match as closely as possible the trace from the first pattern of the figure The tracing of errors made in the first trace of a compulsory figure is considered an error in itself
tracing
An exact or interpretive drawing scratched with a pointed steel stylus onto clear acetate Used in sculpting dies when transferred to the metal
tracing
(Net Services Administrator's Guide)
tracing
(Net Services Administrator's Guide) [definition #2] (Net Services Reference Guide)
tracing
the act of drawing a plan or diagram or outline drawing created by tracing
tracing
An image-presenting regime when the co-ordinates and the plotted variable value at the current mouse position is prompted Implemented for graphic images See 4 1 13 Tracing co-ordinates and the plotted value
tracing
1 A record of the headings under which an item is represented in the catalog 2 A record of the references that have been made to a name or to the title of a item that is represented in the catalog See also Access points
tracing
A facility that writes detailed information about an operation to an output file The trace facility produces a detailed sequence of statements that describe the events of an operation as they are executed Administrators use the trace facility for diagnosing an abnormal condition; it is not normally turned on
tracing
A procedure used in debugging programs which involves the display of certain aspects of the program (such as the name of the current subroutine, values in variables, etc ) while the program is running In AutoLISP, only the name of the current subroutine is displayed and the values it receives and returns Tracing is turned on and off with the trace and untrace functions
tracing
A regular path or track; a course
tracing
Term used for added entries on a catalog record Originally applied to the production of catalog cards but term retained into automated environment SEE ALSO Entry
tracing
the record in the main entry of all the additional headings under which the work is represented in the catalog U Unabridged: not shortened
tracing
The Process of finding the path of a spectrum or order of a spectrum across an image frame
tracing
The ability of the processor to detect execution of certain instruction types, such as branch, call and return When tracing is enabled, the processor generates a fault whenever it detects a trace event A trace fault handler can then be designed to call a debug monitor to provide information on the trace event and its location in the instruction stream
tracing
A legal proceeding taken under the law of equity where the plaintiff attempts to reclaim specific property, through the court, whether the property is still in the first acquirer's hands or it has passed onto others, and even if the property has been converted (related common law terms: conversion, trover and detinue) This is a procedure frequently used by a trust beneficiary to recover misappropriated trust property
tracing
The record on the main entry record of all the additional entries under which the work is listed in the catalog
tracing
a record in the form of a graph made by a device such as a seismograph
tracing
the act of drawing a plan or diagram or outline
was lost without a trace
his tracks were lost, he disappeared without a trace, the earth swallowed him
Türkçe - İngilizce

trace teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

koşum kayışı trace
(of a harness)
trace