variation

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İngilizce - Türkçe
varyasyon

Bu hikayenin sonsuz varyasyonu vardır. - This story has infinite variations.

Tüm diller varyasyonlara tabidir. - All the languages are subject to variations.

{i} değişim
istihale
varyan
değiştirme işi
farklılık
çeşit
sapma
değişiklik
değişme miktarı
değişme derecesi
değişme
gökcisminin ortalama yörünge veya devrinin değişmesi
(biyoloji) değişme
değişme, dönme dönüşme
(müzik) çeşitleme, varyasyon
(gramer) çekim, tasrif
Cinsine benzemeyen insan veya hayvan veya bitki
dönme dönüşme
{i} çeşitlilik
değişme miktar
çekim
variation compass ibrenin en ufak değişikliklerini gösteren pusula
{i} müz. çeşitleme, varyasyon
{i} fark
(Askeri) (NAVIGATION) TABİİ SAPMA: Tabii inhiraf (seyrüsefer); bir mevkide hakiki kuzey ile manyetik kuzey arasında derece ve dakika cinsinden ölçülen yatay açı. Bu açı, manyetik kuzey, hakik kuzeyin doğusunda veya batısında oluşuna göre, doğu veya batı istikametinde ölçülür. Ayrıca bak "declination
(Nükleer Bilimler) deşişim
tasrif
{i} manyetik sapma
{i} çeşitleme
(Askeri) tabii sapma
değişke
tahavvül
variation method
(Fizik,Kimya) değişim yöntemi
variation diagram
değişim diyagramı
variation in the shape
biçim değişiklikleri
variation meristique
(Biyoloji) meristik
variation of quantity
(Ticaret) miktarda değişme
variation of risk
(Ticaret) risk değişmesi
modification
degişiklik
limits of variation
(Bilgisayar) saçılma sınırları
major variation
(Tıp) başlıca değişiklik
minor variation
(Tıp) küçük değişiklik
modification
(Biyoloji) değişke
modification
(Ticaret) değişiklik yapma
modification
(Ticaret) değişme
modification
(Kanun) tashih
annual variation
yıllık değişim
assignable variation
açıklanabilir değişme
composition variation
bileşim değişmesi
constant of variation
değişkenlik sabiti
bounded variation
Sınırlı değişim
impedance variation versus fraquency
frekansa karşı özdirenç değişimi
variational
varyasyon
annual variation
senelik değişim
batch variation
parti degisimi
chance variation
(Havacılık) rastgele değişiklikler
coefficient of variation
varyasyon katsayısı
cyclic speed variation
(Tekstil) çevrimsel hız varyasyonu
dimensional variation
ölçüde oynama
explained variation
(Ticaret) açıklanabilen değişme
grid variation
(Askeri) GRİD DEĞİŞMESİ: Bak. "grid magnetic angle", "grivation"
grid variation
(Askeri) grid değişmesi
limits of variation
istatistik sacilma sinirlari
magnetic variation
(Askeri) MANYETİK TABİİ SAPMA, MANYETİK TABİİ İNHİRAF: Manyetik kuzey gerçek kuzeyin doğusunda veya batısında olduğu halde, manyetik kuzeyle gerçek kuzey arasındaki açının belli derece veya dakika, batı yada doğu olarak ölçüldüğü yatay açı. Ayrıca bakınız: "magnetic declination", "variation (navigation) "
modification
tadil
modification
{i} değişiklik

Yarına kadar gerekli değişiklikleri yapabileceğimize inanıyorum. - I believe we can make the necessary modifications by tomorrow.

Birkaç değişiklik yaptım. - I made a few modifications.

modification
{i} değiştirme
modification
(İnşaat) düzeltme, değişim
modification
(Askeri) TADİLAT, DEĞİŞİKLİK: Yeniden inceleme sonunda, malzemede bulunması istenen niteliği karşılamak veya harp malzemesi ile teçhizatta, malzemenin tamamen değiştirilmesini icap ettirmeyen arızaları düzeltmek için yapılan değişiklikler
modification
biraz değiştirme
modification
(Mukavele) değişiklik yapma, uydurma, kısıtlama
modification
{i} küçük değişiklik
periodic variation
(Kanun,Ticaret) periyodik değişme
permissible variation
izin verilebilir değişiklik
pressure altitude variation
(Askeri) BASINÇ İRTİFA DEĞİŞİKLİĞİ: Ortalama deniz seviyesiyle standart deniz yüzeyi arasında, fit veya metre olarak ifade edilen, basınç farkı
random variation
(Ticaret) tesadüfi değişim
river bed variation
(Çevre) nehir yatağı değişimi
riverbed variation
(Çevre) nehir yatağı değişimi
seasonal variation
mevsimlik de¤isim
secular variation
(Çevre) seküler değişim
İngilizce - İngilizce
The act or state of varying; a partial change in the form, position, state, or qualities of a thing; modification; alternation; mutation; diversity; deviation; as, a variation of color in different lights; a variation in size; variation of language
a line of play that differs from the original
The angular difference at the vessel between the direction of true north and magnetic north. Also called magnetic declination
A related but distinct thing

All of his songs are variations on a single theme.

modification
{n} a change, difference, deviation, turn
A change in the original scope of work that will either increase or decrease the financial obligation of the customer or the time span of the project
an instance of change; the rate or magnitude of change
Difference between true north and magnetic north depending on location on the earth's surface Variation may be east or west of true north
The act of varying; a partial change in the form, position, state, or qualities of a thing; modification; alternation; mutation; diversity; deviation; as, a variation of color in different lights; a variation in size; variation of language
A variation on something is the same thing presented in a slightly different form. This delicious variation on an omelette is quick and easy to prepare
a varied version of a previously heard theme
Periodic or sporadic changes or deviations within a process
The correction to be applied to adjust reference bearings and courses from True North to Magnetic North It varies as a function of one's location on earth
something a little different from others of the same type; "an experimental version of the night fighter"; "an emery wheel is a modern variant of the grindstone"; "the boy is a younger edition of his father"
a repetition of a musical theme in which it is modified or embellished an instance of change; the rate or magnitude of change (astronomy) any perturbation of the mean motion or orbit of a planet or satellite (especially a perturbation of the earth's moon)
The differences among parents and their offspring or among individuals in a population
– A section of music that is repeated but changed in some way
a change in data, a characteristic, or a function that is caused by one of four factors: special causes, common causes, tampering, or structural variation (see individual entries)
In analysis, the amount that a function increases plus the amount that it decreases
In William Gilbert's book, the difference (in degrees) between magnetic north and true north Nowadays known as "magnetic declination " "Variation" was preferred by sailors in Gilbert's time, because "declination" is also used for one of the two angles which define a position in the sky, on the celestial sphere
A repetition (usually one of several) of a theme in a changed or elaborated form
One of the different arrangements which can be made of any number of quantities taking a certain number of them together
{i} act or instance of varying; degree of diversity; change; modified version (as of a musical piece); deviation
Compass variable that accounts for the difference in degrees between true north and magnetic north
The difference between true north and the magnetic north pole Because a compass points to magnetic north, the difference must be known for accurate navigation In the Calgary region, magnetic north is about 16° east of true north Known as 'declination' in the ground SAR world
the act of changing or altering something slightly but noticeably from the norm or standard; "who is responsible for these variations in taxation?"
a measure of the spread of the variable, usually used to describe the deviation from a central value (e g, the mean) Numerically, its the sum of the squared deviations from the mean
Manipulation of the original movement without losing the intent and character
A distinct group of objects or things
an activity that varies from a norm or standard; "any variation in his routine was immediately reported" the act of changing or altering something slightly but noticeably from the norm or standard; "who is responsible for these variations in taxation?" an artifact that deviates from a norm or standard; "he patented a variation on the sandal" a repetition of a musical theme in which it is modified or embellished an instance of change; the rate or magnitude of change (astronomy) any perturbation of the mean motion or orbit of a planet or satellite (especially a perturbation of the earth's moon)
A measure of the change in data, a variable, or a function
a repetition of a musical theme in which it is modified or embellished
– At any given location on a land or sea, the angle of difference (in degrees) between magnetic and true north
the angle (at a particular location) between magnetic north and true north
A variation is a change or slight difference in a level, amount, or quantity. The survey found a wide variation in the prices charged for canteen food Every day without variation my grandfather ate a plate of cold ham. In music, basic technique consisting of changing the music melodically, harmonically, or contrapuntally. The simplest variation type is the variation set, in which two or more sections are based on the same musical material, which is treated with different variational techniques in each section. The practice, originally involving use of a repeated bass line (basso ostinato, or ground bass), began in early 16th-century dance music in Italy and Spain. Ground-bass forms include the chaconne and passacaglia, both of which usually employ a brief bass line repeated many times. In the 17th century, organ and harpsichord variations became a standard form in Germany. Keyboard variations in the 19th century often employed popular tunes or opera melodies; variation form was also commonly used in symphonies, quartets, and sonatas. It declined in importance after the classical era but has never ceased to be employed by composers. The music of certain non-Western cultures also uses variational techniques. The art music of southern India is built on the concept of a string of pieces, each a variation on a given "theme." A somewhat different concept of multilevel variation is found in the gamelan (orchestra) music of Indonesia. The variations are not consecutive but are simultaneous, a technique called heterophony. In biology, any difference between cells, individual organisms, or groups of organisms within a species caused either by genetic differences (variation in genotype) or by the effect of environmental factors on the expression of genetic potentials (variation in phenotype). Variation may be shown in physical appearance, metabolism, fertility, mode of reproduction, behaviour, learning and mental ability, and other obvious or measurable characters. Genotypic variations are caused by differences in number or structure of chromosomes or by differences in the genes carried by the chromosomes. Eye colour, body form, and disease resistance are genotypic variations. Phenotypic variations may result from factors such as climate, food supply, and actions of other organisms. Phenotypic variations also include stages in an organism's life cycle and seasonal variations in an individual. Because they do not involve hereditary alteration and in general are not transmitted to future generations, phenotypic variations are not important in evolution. See also polymorphism
Repetition of a theme or melody with fanciful embellishments or modifications, in time, tune, or harmony, or sometimes change of key; the presentation of a musical thought in new and varied aspects, yet so that the essential features of the original shall still preserve their identity
Difference between true north as determined by the Earth's axis of rotation and magnetic north as determined by the Earth's magnetism Variation is designated as east or positive when the magnetic needle is deflected to the east of true north and as west or negative when the deflection is to the west of true north Also called magnetic declination
an artifact that deviates from a norm or standard; "he patented a variation on the sandal"
1 The angular difference between true north and the direction of magnetic north at a given point on earth; 2 The difference in degrees between true and magnetic north
Change of termination of words, as in declension, conjugation, derivation, etc
The differences that occur within the offspring of a particular species
Extent to which a thing varies; amount of departure from a position or state; amount or rate of change
For a member of some descent group of chain letters, a change in the text as compared to the founder (using the standard example) of the descent group A "variation" can be an addition, deletion, spelling error, etc and may not be a feature The letters bearing such a change CLEVO
(biology) an organism that has characteristics resulting from chromosomal alteration
The angular difference between the magnetic meridian and the geographic meridian at a particular location
an activity that varies from a norm or standard; "any variation in his routine was immediately reported"
A change in data, characteristic or function caused by one of four factors: special causes, common causes, tampering or structural variation (see individual entries)
(astronomy) any perturbation of the mean motion or orbit of a planet or satellite (especially a perturbation of the earth's moon)
Without variation selection would not be possible, as there would be no differences between animals The measure of variation normally quoted is the standard deviation It is used to produce Standardised Breeding Values for the type traits (See Standardisation)
The difference among individual outputs of the same process; common or special
(ballet) a solo dance or dance figure
variation ratio
the proportion of cases not in the mode
variation ratios
plural form of variation ratio
variation selector
A metacharacter that selects one of a set of semantically equivalent glyphs
variation selectors
plural form of variation selector
copy number variation
The variation of the number of copies (normally two) of a gene, or of sequences of DNA, in the genome of a specific individual; has been linked to some diseases
equivalent variation
The measure of how much money a consumer would pay before a price increase, to avoid the price increase
free variation
Two or more forms appearing in the same environment without a change in meaning and without either one being considered incorrect
magnetic variation
In cartography, the annual change in direction of the horizontal component of the Earth’s magnetic field
magnetic variation
In navigation, at a given place and time, the horizontal angle between the true north and magnetic north measured east or west according to whether magnetic north lies east or west of true north
variational
Of, pertaining to, or caused by variation
bounded variation
In mathematical analysis, bounded variation refers to a real-valued function whose total variation is bounded (finite): the graph of a function having this property is well behaved in a precise sense. For a continuous function of a single variable, being of bounded variation means that the distance along the direction of y-axis (i.e. the distance calculated neglecting the contribution of motion along x-axis) traveled by an ideal point moving along the graph of the given function (which, under given hypothesis, is also a continuous path) has a finite value. For a continuous function of several variables, the meaning of the definition is the same, except for the fact that the continuous path to be considered cannot be the whole graph of the given function (which is an hypersurface in this case), but can be every intersection of the graph itself with a plane parallel to a fixed x-axis and to the y-axis
poisoned pawn variation
The Poisoned Pawn Variation is any of several chess opening variations where a pawn is said to be 'poisoned' because its capture can result in positional problems or material loss for the captor. The best-known of these, and that most often described as the "Poisoned Pawn Variation," is a line of the Sicilian Defense, Najdorf Variation that begins with the moves:
analysis of variation
(Ticaret) (ANOVA) A statistical method used for a single dependent variable that performs comparisons and tracks the effects of a number of discrete factors (independent variables), each of which may have a number of levels and may interact to affect the dependent variable
coefficient of variation
(Ticaret) The ratio of standard deviation divided by the mean for a given sample used to measure spread
continuous variation
Variation within a population in which a graded series of intermediate phenotypes falls between the extremes
daily variation
fluctuations that occur between one day and the next
discontinuous variation
Variation within a population in which few or no intermediate phenotypes fall between the extremes
diurnal variation
fluctuations that occur during each day
magnetic variation
deviation in the direction of magnetic attraction
variational
{s} having variation; deviating, changeable; being of a modified version
variations
– Differences among members of the same species Variations are due to mutations, or caused by the environment, or both
variations
ornamented or otherwise altered repetitions of a theme vibrato: continual change of pitch up and down, normally done by string players and singers viola da gamba: archaic viola held between the legs vivace: lively vivacissimo: very lively vivo: lively
variations
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variations
Variation classes are open to Intermediate and Advanced ballet students by instructor permission
variations
a variation occurs when the manufacturer makes a major or minor change to the model The collection of variations is an important aspect of the hobby
variations
Plural of variation
variations
A theme repeated several times, each time with modifications in time, melody or harmony, but still staying recognisable as the original theme [back]
variations
Any movement of footwork that is different from the original footwork Personal note: If you change the count or flow of the dance IMHO it's not a variation I won't say it's wrong, Oh what the heck, YES I WILL
variation