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kavak bot ne demek? kavak bot anlamı nedir? kavak bot gibi soruların yanıtı ve kavak bot ile ilgili türetilmiş kelimeler ve örnek kullanımları yer alır. Ayrıca ingilizce almanca gibi diller içindeki kullanımı örnekleri ile açıklanmıştır. kavak bot ile ilgili yorumları inceleyebilir veya yorumlarınızı belirtebilirsiniz. kavak bot kök yapıları, kelime kökeni, çeviriler ve daha fazla tanım.

kavak bot

  1. (en) Poplar

Türetilmiş Kelimeler (bis)

kava, kava sendromu, kavabil, kavad, kavadih, acı kavak, ağız kavafı, akçakavak, akkavak, cılkava

kavak

  1. Söğütgillerden, sulak bölgelerde yetişen, boyu bazı türlerinde 30-40 m’ye değin çıkan, kerestesinden yararlanılan uzun boylu bir ağaç (Populus).
  2. Söğütgillerden, kerestesi kolay işlenebilir ve pür gitar gövdesi olarak kullanılan tonu yalın karakterli, hafif ve düşük maliyetli bir ağaç.
  3. Söğütgiller (Salicaceae) familyasından, yaprakları almaşlı dizilişli ve yapraklarını döken, bazı türlerinin kerestesi için kültürü yapılan bir cins. Ülkemizde akkavak (Populus alba), karakavak (P.nigra), titrekkavak (P.tremula) ve Fırat kavağı (P.euphratica), piramitkavak (P.pyramidiscus) gibi türleri bulunmaktadır.
  4. (en) Poplar.
  5. (fr) Peuplier
  6. (la) Populus

bot  

  1. Küçük gemi
    Örnek: Şu botta bu kadar er var, içlerinde gözüm bir seni tuttu. H. Taner
  2. Ağaç, plastik veya kauçuktan yapılmış küçük sandal.
  3. Uzun konçlu, kapalı ayakkabı.
  4. Bilgisayar dünyasında robot kelimesinin kısaltılmışı olarak kullanılabilir. Günümüzde belli otomatikleşmiş işlemleri insanlar yerine yapan küçük yazılımlar kastedilir. Örneğin, arama motoru botları web sayfalarını otomatik olarak gezer ve kaydeder.
  5. (en) Derived from the word ‘robot,’ a bot is a software program that performs repetitive functions, such as indexing information on the Internet.
  6. (en) Short for infobot, robot, or knowbot; a program used to search the Internet for data.
  7. (en) Short for Robot, but this is a special automated program designed to search the Web Search engines use bots regularly to trawl the internet for web pages and key words to store in the search engine database.
  8. (en) Short for ‘robot ‘ An automated program On the Internet, the most common bots are the programs, also called spiders or crawlers, that access websites and gather their content for search engine indexes.
  9. (en) Internet Also known as software agents, bots are ‘software robots’ that work for human being across computer networks, undertaking tasks such as search operations More information on bots can be found at www botspot com.
  10. (en) Short for ‘robot ‘ Describes programs, usually run on a server, that automate tasks like forwarding or sorting e-mail.
  11. (en) In MUDs, a character whose on-screen actions stem from a program rather than a real person In Internet searching, an automated search agent that explores the Internet autonomously, and reports back to the user when the search conditions have been successfully fulfilled.
  12. (en) An automated software program that can execute certain commands when it receives a specific input The web searching bots, also known as spiders and crawlers, search the Web by retrieving a certain document and recording the information and links found on it They then generate catalogs of the sites they have searched which can later be accessed by a search engine Bots also function in chat rooms They will do things like greet people when they enter a chat room, advertise web sites or special deals, or kick people out of chat rooms with an accompanying nasty message.
  13. (en) Slang term originating from the word ‘robot’ It is used to describe a program that automates a task This could be searching the Internet for new sites to add to a database or sorting your incoming e-mail.
  14. (en) Short for ‘robot’ Refers to Internet programs designed to run automatically.
  15. (en) Slang expression for robot, a program that runs automatically Among the uses for bots are to locate information on the World Wide Web and for the automatic collection of email addresses.
  16. (en) Board of Transportation The City agency charged with operating the subways from consolidation to the mid 50s Predecessor to the NYCTA.
  17. (en) Program that automates mundane or repetitive tasks and runs [usually] 24 hours a day 7 days a week regardless of whether the user is logged-on Somewhat similar to an agent, bots can be used to explore the World Wide Web, retrieving a particular document, following all the hyperlinks in it and generating a catalog of the results Many search engines such as Alta Vista and InfoSeek use such bots Also referred to as a ‘spider’ or ‘crawler.
  18. (en) It is assumed that an xAIML interpreter is part of a larger application generically termed a bot, which carries the larger functional set of interaction based on xAIML This document does not constrain the specific behavior of a bot.
  19. (en) Botany.
  20. (en) Boot.
  21. (en) Buskin.
  22. (en) Boat.
  23. (en) Rubber boat.
  24. (en) Rubber dinghi.
  25. (en) See Bots.
  26. (en) Botfly larva; typically develops inside the body of a horse or sheep or human.
  27. (en) Dinghy.
  28. (en) Short for ‘robot,’ also known as a shopping agent, shopping bot, shopbot, etc A program or Web site that searched several sites for information for the user, such as finding the lowest price on something you want to buy.
  29. (en) Build, operate, transfer – a type of contract under which a company builds something , runs it for an agreed period and then gives it to the state The idea is that it will have made a good return on its investment in that period.
  30. (en) Short for robot, this term is often used interchangeably with ‘intelligent agent ‘ It is a tool for sifting through data and can be tailored to perform a specific function.
  31. (en) Software agent found on IRC channels e g Zakim.
  32. (en) Bot is short for ‘robot ‘ It is a program on an IRC-or undernet-system, which acts as a real person by accepting certain commands and responding.
  33. (en) İs an abbreviation of robot but used in a software context A bot automates acomputing function.
  34. (en) Automated avatar or utility, usually programmed with AW SDK.
  35. Botany, bottle.
  36. Robot, internet ortamında bir MUD oyununda veya sohbet grubunda bir kullanıcıyı temsil eden program (Bilgisayar); bir sineğŸin asalak larvası

poplar  

  1. Söğütgillerden, kerestesi kolay işlenebilir ve pür gitar gövdesi olarak kullanılan tonu yalın karakterli, hafif ve düşük maliyetli bir ağaç.
  2. Kavak bot
  3. Kavak

pop  

  1. Halkın arasında yaşayan motiflere, ögelere yer veren, onlardan yararlanan (kültür), popüler.
  2. Bas gitarda, telleri tınlatan elin genellikle işaret veya orta parmağı ile bir telin asılınması ve genellikle hemen ardından susturulması yöntemi.
  3. (en) Like a pop; suddenly; unexpectedly.
  4. (en) Sharp explosive sound as from a gunshot or drawing a cork a sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring; ‘in New England they call sodas tonics’ burst open with a sharp, explosive sound; ‘The balloon popped’; ‘This popcorn pops quickly in the microwave oven’ cause to burst with a lound, explosive sound; ‘The child popped the balloon’ fire a weapon with a loud explosive noise; ‘The soldiers were popping’ take drugs, especially orally; ‘The man charged with murder popped a valium to calm his nerves’ hit or strike; ‘He popped me on the head’ hit a pop-fly; ‘He popped out to shortstop’ release suddenly; ‘pop the clutch’ put or thrust suddenly and forcefully; ‘pop the pizza into the microwave oven’; ‘He popped the petit-four into his mouth’ make a sharp explosive noise; ‘The cork of the champagne bottle popped’ cause to make a sharp explosive sound; ‘He popped the champagne bottle’ like a pop or with a pop; ‘everything went pop’.
  5. (en) Small, sharp, quick explosive sound or report; as, to go off with a pop.
  6. (en) An unintoxicating beverage which expels the cork with a pop from the bottle containing it; as, ginger pop; lemon pop, etc.
  7. (en) The European redwing.
  8. (en) To make a pop, or sharp, quick sound; as, the muskets popped away on all sides.
  9. (en) To enter, or issue forth, with a quick, sudden movement; to move from place to place suddenly; to dart; with in, out, upon, off, etc.
  10. (en) To burst open with a pop, when heated over a fire; as, this corn pops well.
  11. (en) To thrust or push suddenly; to offer suddenly; to bring suddenly and unexpectedly to notice; as, to pop one’s head in at the door.
  12. (en) To cause to pop; to cause to burst open by heat, as grains of Indian corn; as, to pop corn or chestnuts.
  13. (en) An informal term for a father; probably derived from baby talk.
  14. (en) Sweet drink containing carbonated water and flavoring; ‘in New England they call sodas tonics’.
  15. (en) Sharp explosive sound as from a gunshot or drawing a cork.
  16. (en) Music of general appeal to teenagers; a bland watered-down version of rock’n’roll with more rhythm and harmony and an emphasis on romantic love.
  17. (en) Bulge outward; ‘His eyes popped’.
  18. (en) Hit a pop-fly; ‘He popped out to shortstop’.
  19. (en) Make a sharp explosive noise; ‘The cork of the champagne bottle popped’.
  20. (en) Fire a weapon with a loud explosive noise; ‘The soldiers were popping’.
  21. (en) Cause to make a sharp explosive sound; ‘He popped the champagne bottle’.
  22. (en) Appear suddenly or unexpectedly; ‘The farm popped into view as we turned the corner’; ‘He suddenly popped up out of nowhere’.
  23. (en) Two commonly used meanings: ‘Point of Presence’ and ‘Post Office Protocol’ A ‘Point of Presence’ usually means a city or location where a network can be connected to, often with dialup phone lines So if an Internet company says they will soon have a POP in Kansas City, it means that they will soon have a local phone number in Kansas City and/or a place where leased lines can connect to their network A second meaning, ‘Post Office Protocol’ refers to the way email software such as Eudora gets mail from a mail server When you obtain a SLIP, PPP, or shell account you almost always get a POP account with it, and it is this POP account that you tell your email software to use to get your mail.
  24. (en) — Two commonly used meanings: Point of Presence and Post Office Protocol A Point of Presence usually means a city or location where a network can be connected to, often with dial up phone lines So if an Internet company says they will soon have a POP in Belgrade, it means that they will soon have a local phone number in Belgrade and/or a place where leased lines can connect to their network A second meaning, Post Office Protocol refers to the way e-mail software such as Eudora gets mail from a mail server When you obtain a SLIP, PPP, or shell account you almost always get a POP account with it, and it is this POP account that you tell your e-mail software to use to get your mail.
  25. (en) — Two commonly used meanings: Point of Presence and Post Office Protocol A Point of Presence usually means a city or location where a network can be connected to, often with dial up phone lines So if an Internet company says they will soon have a POP in Belgrade, it means that they will soon have a local phone number in Belgrade and/or a place where leased lines can connect to their network A second meaning, Post Office Protocol refers to the way email software such as Eudora gets mail from a mail server When you obtain a SLIP, PPP, or shell account you almost always get a POP account with it, and it is this POP account that you tell your email software to use to get your mail.
  26. (en) Point of Presence or Post Office Protocol A Point of Presence usually means a location where a network can be connected to, often with dial up phone lines A second meaning, Post Office Protocol refers to the way e-mail software such as Eudora gets mail from a mail server When you obtain a SLIP, PPP or shell account you almost always get a POP account with it, and it is this POP account that you tell your e-mail software to use to get your mail.
  27. (en) This has 2 meanings: 1 Post Office Protocol: a method of retrieving email from a server 2 Point Of Presence: a telephone number that provides dial-up Internet access SBC Yahoo! provides several POPs so users can gain Internet access with local phone calls Back to Top.
  28. (en) Point of Presence or Post Office Protocol A Point of Presence is the place where an access provider or server administrator has a computer which provides access to a network or the internet and therefore dictates the telephone number your modem will need to dial to connect to a network or the internet So if an Internet company says they will soon have a POP in Birmingham, it means that they will soon have a telephone number in Birmingham and/or a place where leased lines can connect to their network Post Office Protocol refers to the way e-mail software gets mail from a mail server.
  29. (en) Post Office Protocol.
  30. (en) Post Office Protocol Used when setting up e-mail It is the utility that sends e-mail from the server to your machine Generally, a POP server sends new e-mail to your local machine, then erases the mail from the POP server Any files you set up to manage your e-mail are located on your local machine POP KSU EDU is the POP server at KSU Version 3 is current, and is called POP3 See also SMTP and IMAP For more information, check this out.
  31. (en) Post Office Protocol, levels 1, 2 and 3 A protocol that should allow Internet users to access their SMTP-compliant server’s mailbox from any client 2 A system that doesn’t work when any one part of the ISP’s hardware is down or misconfigured 3 Point of Presence A location where an ISP or TelCo has an access point for a particular service.
  32. (en) Point of Presence usually means a city or location where a network can be connected to, often with dial up phone lines So if an Internet company says they will soon have a POP in Belgrade, it means that they will soon have a local phone number in Belgrade and/or a place where leased lines can connect to their network Post Office Protocol refers to the way e-mail software such as Eudora gets mail from a mail server When you obtain a SLIP, PPP, or shell account you almost always get a POP account with it, and it is this POP account that you tell your e-mail software to use to get your mail.
  33. (en) Two commonly used meanings A Point of Presence usually means a city or location where a network can be connected to, often with dial up phone lines So if an Internet company says they will soon have a POP in Belgrade, it means that they will soon have a local phone number in Belgrade and/or a place where leased lines can connect to their network A second meaning, Post Office Protocol refers to the way e-mail software such as Eudora gets mail from a mail server When you obtain a SLIP, PPP, or shell account you almost always get a POP account with it, and it is this POP account that you tell your e-mail software to use to get your mail Post Office Protocol.
  34. (en) Two commonly used meanings: Point of Presence and Post Office Protocol A Point of Presence usually means a city or location where a network can be connected to often with dial up phone lines So if an Internet company says they will soon have a POP in Belgrade, it means they will soon have a local phone number in Belgrade and/or a place where leased lines can connect to their network A second meaning, Post Office Protocol refers to the way email software such as Eudora gets mail from a mail server When you obtain a SLIP, PPP or shell account you almost always get a POP account with it, and it is this POP account that you tell your email software to use to get your mail.
  35. (en) POP has two commonly used meanings The first, Point of Presence, means a city or location where a network can be connected to, often via dial-up phone lines The second meaning, Post Office Protocol, refers to the way e-mail software gets mail from a mail server Post Office Protocol can also appear as POP3.
  36. (en) Post Office Protocol This is the protocol used by mail clients to retrieve messages from a mail server.
  37. (en) Post Office Protocol POP is a way of retrieving email from an email server , such as the UC Davis email servers where your email messages are stored before you pick them up See more information about POP servers.
  38. (en) An Internet protocol that enables a single user to read e-mail from a mail server.
  39. (en) — Two commonly used meanings: Point of Presence and Post Office Protocol A Point of Presence usually means a city or location where a network can be connected to, often with dial up phone lines So if an Internet company says they will soon have a POP in Belgrade, it means that they will soon have a local phone number in Belgrade and/or a place where leased lines can connect to their network A second meaning, Post Office Protocol refers to the way e-mail software such as Eudora gets mail from a mail server When you obtain a SLIP, PPP, or shell account you almost always get a POP account with it, and it is this POP account that you tell your e-mail software to use to get your mail See Also: SLIP , PPP.
  40. (en) Point of Presence or Post Office Protocol.
  41. (en) Point of Presence, or Post Office Protocol, two commonly used meanings for the term POP A Point of Presence usually means a city, node or location where a network can be connected to, often with dial up phone lines If an ISP has a POP in Waterford, it means that they have a local phone number in Waterford for the Waterford customers to dial into and gain access to the internet A second meaning is, Post Office Protocol which refers to the way e-mail clients such as Outlook get mail from a mail server A POP on your webserver or mail syatem allows your e-mail software to use and retrieve your mail It is often referred to as POP3.
  42. (en) Point of Presence – The point within a Local Access and Transport Area at which the Interexchange Carrier establishes itself The POP provides the IEC with LATA access and enables the Local Exchange Carrier to access inter-LATA services Also, the consolidation point in a local calling area where traffic is routed to an Internet Service Provider.
  43. (en) Post Office Protocol; a method of handling incoming electronic mail Example: The Eudora Pro program distributed via the OIT Software To go web site uses this protocol for storing your incoming messages on a special cluster of servers called pop service ohio-state edu and delivering them when requested.
  44. (en) Post Office Protocol – The protocol used by mail clients to retrieve mail from the server.
  45. (en) Point of Presence A local dialin point for an Internet Service Provider.
  46. (en) Stands for ‘Post Office Protocol’ and is a common Internet email protocol or format used for sending and receiving email.
  47. (en) See: Post Office Protocol and Point Of Presence.
  48. (en) Put or thrust suddenly and forcefully; ‘pop the pizza into the microwave oven’; ‘He popped the petit-four into his mouth’.
  49. (en) Release suddenly; ‘pop the clutch’.
  50. (en) Hit or strike; ‘He popped me on the head’.
  51. (en) Drink down entirely; ‘He downed three martinis before dinner’; ‘She killed a bottle of brandy that night’; ‘They popped a few beer after work’.
  52. (en) Take drugs, especially orally; ‘The man charged with murder popped a valium to calm his nerves’.
  53. (en) Cause to burst with a lound, explosive sound; ‘The child popped the balloon’.
  54. (en) Burst open with a sharp, explosive sound; ‘The balloon popped’; ‘This popcorn pops quickly in the microwave oven’.
  55. (en) Like a pop or with a pop; ‘everything went pop’.
  56. (en) New and of general appeal.
  57. Hafif klasik veya popüler müzik konseri.
  58. Baba.
  59. Popüler, pop müziğe ait, pop
  60. Pat!, güm!, dan!, küt!
  61. (-ped,-ping) pat diye ses çıkarmak
  62. Patlamak
  63. Çabucak sokuvermek
  64. Patlatmak (mısır)
  65. Ateş etmek
  66. Patlama sesi, tüfek sesi
  67. Gazoz.

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