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İngilizce - Türkçe
geçici olarak
transient
geçici

Annemin kötü ruh hali geçicidir. - My mother's bad mood is transient.

Her şey geçicidir ve bu nedenle üzücüdür. - Everything is transient and therefore sorrowful.

transient
süreksiz
fleetingly
kısaca
transient
(Tıp) transituvar
transient
gelip geçici
transient
kısa bir süre kalan
transient
çabuk gelip geçen kimse
transient
sürekli olmayan
transient
ölümlü
transient
kısa süreli
transient
{i} kısa süreli konuk
fleetingly
çabuk geçerek
transient
yalnız kısa zaman kalan misafir
transient
fanilik
transient
geçici dalga
transient
fani
transient
geçerken uğrayan
transient
(Nükleer Bilimler) geçiş hali,geçici rejim
transient
radyo
transient
{s} çabuk geçen; fani, gelip geçici, ölümlü
transient
transientnessgeçicilik
transient
(Askeri) MİSAFİR PERSONEL; KADRO DIŞI PERSONEL; SEVKE TABİ PERSONEL; SEVK ERİ: Tayin edilmediği veya emrine verilmediği bir garnizon veya mevkide emrini, naklini veya sair işlemin yapılmasını bekleyen bir şahıs
transient
transientlygeçici olarak
transient
geçici dalga veya cereyan
transient
geçici konuk
transient
{i} kısa bir süre kalan kimse
transient
{s} kısa bir süre kalan, çabuk gelip geçen (kimse)
İngilizce - İngilizce
In a transient manner; momentarily; briefly
{a} with short passage, slightly
for a very short time; "these three pions may actually be joined together transiently as a compound particle during the interchange process
fleetingly, short-lived, provisionally, temporarily, impermanently
fleetingly
transient
Passing through; passing from one person to another
transient
having a positive probability of being left and never being visited again
transient
Decaying with time, especially exponentially
transient
Passing or disappearing with time; transitory
transient
Occasional; isolated; one-off; individual
transient
Remaining for only a brief time
transient
Operating beyond itself; having an external effect (antonym: immanent)
transient
A person who passes through a place for a short time; a traveller; a migrant worker

Then, within the space of a few months, there were more transients than there were locals, and the imbalance seemed morally wrong.

transient
one who or that which is only of temporary existence
transient
{s} temporary, impermanent
transient
Transient is used to describe a situation that lasts only a short time or is constantly changing. the transient nature of high fashion. someone who has no home and moves around from place to place
transient
{a} soon past, very short, momentary
transient
A short surge of current or voltage, often occurring before steady-state conditions have become established
transient
In astronomy, a source that suddenly changes, such as appearing, disappearing or drastically brightening or dimming
transient
A relatively loud, non-repeating signal in an audio waveform which occurs very quickly, such as the attack of a snare drum
transient
In audio, the often sharp beginning [transient] of an individual aural event, then followed by the middle [sustain] and end [decay] The initial attack of the strike of a cymbal or triangle, for example, poses challenges in the reproduction due to the very fast rise time of the signal, going from zero to very loud extremely rapidly, necessitating perfect tracking by the electronics and loudspeakers to not get blunted or softened
transient
A sudden and unwanted increase or decrease of supply voltage or current
transient
A temporary change in steady state conditions when one parameter, such as load, is changed
transient
one who stays for only a short time; "transient laborers"
transient
Passing before the sight or perception, or, as it were, moving over or across a space or scene viewed, and then disappearing; hence, of short duration; not permanent; not lasting or durable; not stationary; passing; fleeting; brief; transitory; as, transient pleasure
transient
(physics) a short-lived oscillation in a system caused by a sudden change of voltage or current or load
transient
An abrupt change in voltage, of short duration for example, a brief pulse caused by the operation of a switch Also known as Spike
transient
A temporary change occurring in a circuit due to a sudden change of voltage or load
transient
A short term phenomena seen on the way towards, and before reaching, a steady state
transient
A high-voltage burst of electric current, usually lasting less than 1 second, occurring randomly
transient
A response, or behavior, of a time series that is heavily dependent on the initial conditions chosen to begin a recursive calculation The transient response is typically undesirable, and initially masks the true steady-state behavior of the process of interest
transient
admission status of students currently enrolled at another institution applying for temporary admission to Armstrong Atlantic for one term Students must be in good standing at their home institution, and have written permission from their dean or registrar to take specific courses at Armstrong Atlantic that may be transferred to their home institution
transient
Remaining only for a short time
transient
a student regularly enrolled at another college or university who has written permission to attend USCA for a specific term
transient
Something which is transient
transient
(adj ) In the JavaTM look and feel, characteristic of a keyword that indicates that a field is not part of the serialized form of an object When an object is serialized, the values of its transient fields are not included in the serial representation, while the values of its non-transient fields are included
transient
Any of the non-sustaining, non-periodic frequency components of a sound, usually of brief duration and higher amplitude than the sustaining components, and occurring near the onset of the sound (attack transients)
transient
– Spike or step change in a power supply parameter Commonly used in describing input line and output load characteristics
transient
a phenomenon caused by a sudden change in conditions that persist for relatively short time after the change
transient
A voltage of short duration Often used to describe extraneous voltages appearing on the signal lines resulting from lightning and similar disturbances
transient
Hasty; momentary; imperfect; brief; as, a transient view of a landscape
transient
of a mental act; causing effects outside the mind
transient
An abnormal and irregular electrical event, such as a surge
transient
A keyword in the Java programming language that indicates that a field is not part of the serialized form of an object When an object is serialized, the values of its transient fields are not included in the serial representation, while the values of its non-transient fields are included 1
transient
Staying for a short time; not regular or permanent; as, a transient guest; transient boarders
transient
{i} provisional, temporary, impermanent
transient
A high amplitude, short duration impulse superimposed on the normal voltage or current
transient
enduring a very short time; "the ephemeral joys of childhood"; "a passing fancy"; "youth's transient beauty"; "love is transitory but at is eternal"; "fugacious blossoms"
transient
Short duration change in a functional or environmental parameter
transient
A transient phenomenon, especially an electric current; a very brief surge
transient
A high amplitude, short duration pulse superimposed on the normal voltage
transient
(physics) a short-lived oscillation in a system caused by a sudden change of voltage or current or load one who stays for only a short time; "transient laborers
transient
A high amplitude, short duration pulse superimposed on the normal voltage wave form or ground line
transient
That which remains but for a brief time
transient
Conditions which are changing with time (Rice (1991))
transient
An unhoused person
transiently

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    [ -sh(E-)&nt, -zE-&nt, - ] (adjective.) 1599. Latin transeunt-, transiens, present participle of transire to go across, pass, from trans- + ire to go; more at ISSUE.

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