⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'fetch' from English to Serbian
NOUN   a fetch | fetches
VERB   to fetch | fetched | fetched
fetching | fetches
SYNO to bring | to bring in | to convey | ...
донети [св.] нештоto fetch sth.
доносити [несв.] нештоto fetch sth.
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Usage Examples English
  • The register file state is restored from the checkpoint and the processor is redirected to the original faulting fetch address when the fetch that initiated runahead mode has been serviced.
  • Old ones have become collectors' items and can fetch high prices. Some antique clockwork tin-plate 'jiggers' can fetch anything up to £2,000 (in 2009).
  • Called a fetch putter because it can be used to retrieve the golf ball out of the cup. In November 2018 Lee Westwood won the Nedbank Golf Challenge using a PING Sigma 2 Fetch putter.
  • "Go Fetch": Elmyra plays fetch with Barky Marky against his will. He retaliates by chasing her with a tennis ball machine.
  • There are non-supported workarounds to shorten the fetch interval, such as on SBS 2003 creating the new DWORD value ScheduleAccelerator in the registry folder "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\SmallBusinessServer\Network\POP3 Connector".
  • Fetch-and-add was introduced by the Ultracomputer project, which also produced a multiprocessor supporting fetch-and-add and containing custom VLSI switches that were able to combine concurrent memory references (including fetch-and-adds) to prevent them from serializing at the memory module containing the destination operand.
  • Akregator can be configured to fetch feeds within regular intervals.
  • "Take Me Out to the Fetch Game": When Pawston's local fetch coach mixes up game days, Tag and Scooch must find the players for the day's big fetch game before the team automatically loses, but one particular player is proving hard to find.
  • These lows produce a shorter fetch than polar fronts, however, they can still generate heavy swells since their slower movement increases the duration of a particular wind direction.
  • The instruction cycle (also known as the fetch–decode–execute cycle, or simply the fetch-execute cycle) is the cycle that the central processing unit (CPU) follows from boot-up until the computer has shut down in order to process instructions.
  • The "instruction cycle" (also known as the "fetch–decode–execute cycle", or simply the "fetch-execute cycle") is the cycle that the central processing unit (CPU) follows from boot-up until the computer has shut down in order to process instructions.
  • Every year, many Kanvaraiya (people who fetch water pot from Narmada river and keep this water pot on special bamboo baskets like balance structure) fetch Narmada-Jal by walking from Narmada and pour that holy water to lord Shiva.
  • In "Dead Heat" by Patricia Briggs, Charles and Anna encounter a fetch pretending to be a preschooler named Amethyst.
  • (ia): If register #3 is empty then the state machine jumps to (ii) Second operand fetch [...] fetch the jump-to address.
  • Segment Translation [...] the PSW key, or to fetch from a fetch protected location whose storage protect key does not match the PSW key.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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