English to Kurmanji Meaning of matrix - matrix

Matrix :

zikê dayik, zikê zayinê, zik, Venter, dûcanî, nav, destava mezin, bi rayagiştî re, rolan, şikil, avdan, cins, pêve

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Definitions of matrix in English
Noun(1) (mathematics(2) (geology(3) an enclosure within which something originates or develops (from the Latin for womb(4) the body substance in which tissue cells are embedded(5) the formative tissue at the base of a nail(6) mold used in the production of phonograph records, type, or other relief surface
Examples of matrix in English
(1) Interstices are filled with poorly sorted pebble-sized clasts and the matrix content is rather low.(2) These blocks are enclosed in a matrix of sheared, serpentinized ultramafic rocks and thus the entire sequence constitutes another melange.(3) the matrix of gravel paths is hoed regularly(4) The outer layer consisted of a loosely bound matrix of fibrous, textured material.(5) Hence the body was thought of as the human matrix and as an indicator of mental and physical illnesses.(6) Locally, intense brecciation gave rise to angular vein quartz fragments enveloped by a matrix of massive hematitic rock.(7) I refuse to accept any suggestion that we are impotent because of some peculiar accident of history or because of some flaw in our cultural matrix from which we are yet to escape.(8) a sparse matrix is a data structure in which few of the potential elements are filled out(9) In cross-section, the deposits consist of unsorted pebbles, cobbles, and boulders in a matrix of fine-grained debris.(10) Two images can be captured, one where the matrix is in focus, the other where the crystals are in focus.(11) The sediment matrix of the specimen consists of crudely bedded very fine sandstone with Ophiomorpha burrows.(12) One consisted of specimens with cubic crystals on matrix purportedly from Siberia.(13) Many people find it difficult to work in matrix structures where they have to be accountable to more than one manager and yearn for a clear chain of command.(14) Equivalently, physicists can represent a given quantum system by a matrix - a square array of whole numbers.(15) To his surprise, fossils within the matrix were also silicified.(16) Future agricultural research and development needs to be cast in a social matrix .
Related Phrases of matrix
(1) dot matrix ::
dot matrix
(2) dot matrix printer ::
Li ser kaxezê matrix dot
(3) extracellular matrix ::
matrix extracellular
(4) square matrix ::
matrix square
(5) diagonal matrix ::
matrix diagonal
(6) data matrix ::
matrix welat
(7) identity matrix ::
matrix nasnameya
(8) augmented matrix ::
matrix tên zêdekirin
1. uterus ::
zikê dayik
2. womb ::
zikê zayinê
3. matrix ::
4. belly ::
5. venter ::
7. pregnancy ::
8. inside ::
9. bowel ::
destava mezin
10. mold ::
bi rayagiştî re
11. casting ::
12. form ::
13. cast ::
14. shape ::
15. element ::
Different Forms
Word Example from TV Shows

I haven't seen him this stuck since he
tried to figure out the third Matrix movie.

I haven't seen him this stuck since he tried to figure out the third Matrix movie.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 14

...he said that Johnny Depp
was in The Matrix.

...he said that Johnny Depp was in The Matrix.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 6

Multiplied by a matrix
of negative I comma zero...

Multiplied by a MATRIX of negative I comma zero...

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 7

You can see the matrix, can't you?

You can see the MATRIX, can't you?

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 12

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