Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Array"

The meaning of "Array" in various phrases and sentences

Q: array ne anlama geliyor?
A: Set of objects arranged in place
Q: array ne anlama geliyor?
A: It has many meanings.

You can say:

An array of research methods.

An array of transportation methods.

An array of styles.


An array of music classes.

Q: array ne anlama geliyor?
A: An ordered group
Q: array ne anlama geliyor?
A: It can mean any arrangement of objects, or also abstractly it can mean a variety, an assortment.

En français c'est un étalage, un série, une collection, etc. C'est aussi un mot en informatique qui s'appelle un tableau.

Example sentences using "Array"

Q: an array of ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: it means a series, display, or arranging (things) in a particular way.

His tools were in an orderly array on the basement wall.

It was hard to choose new shoes for the party from the large array of options available at that store.

I visited the local markets and saw wonderful arrays of fruit and vegetables,

Q: array ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: Inside the flower shop, there were an array of flowers in the front of the store.
I like to stop by at the library to see the vast array of books they have.

Q: array ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: http://sentence.yourdictionary.com/array
Q: a vast array of ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: 1. When I walked into the flower shop there was a array of flowers to chose from.
2. My favorite flavor of Ice Cream is chocolate but there was a vast array of other flavors like strawberry and vannillia.
3. There was a vast array of people at the amusement park today.
4. The shoes at the front wasn't my size however when I went to the back there was a vast array of size 4 1/2 shoes just for me.
5. There was a vast array of pretty girls but the pretty girl he was looking for wasn't there.

Synonyms of "Array" and their differences

Q: array ve arrange arasındaki fark nedir?
A: As verbs the difference between array and arrange is that array is to clothe and ornament; to adorn or attire while arrange is to set up, to organize, especially in a positive manner. 

As a noun array is clothing and ornamentation. 
Q: array ve arrange arasındaki fark nedir?
A: An array is a wide variety, display, range ,or collection.

We have an array of products for you to buy.

The book offered a wide array of new vocabulary words.

Arrange is to put things in order, or organize.

I will arrange my books in alphabetical order.

You need to arrange your room, it is so messy!
Q: array ve arrange arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Array is a noun/thing. Arrange is a verb/action.

Translations of "Array"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? What does confusing arrays of colors mean and what can I say instead
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? array
A: Ouch! / It hurts!
Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? array
A: Check the question to view the answer

Other questions about "Array"

Q: "I have attained a diverse array of skills and experience suits to this role."

does this sound natural? or any error in grammar?

I would appreciate for your help!
A: “I have a diverse array of skills and experience that would suit this role well.”

That’s what I would say, personally.
Q: Could you array these words according to their formality degree?

as far as I’m concerned,
As for me
in my estimation
to my way of thinking
methinks
for my money
in my book
to my mind
in my view
the way I see it
A: For my money - least formal
In my book
In my mind
In my view
As for me
As far as I’m concerned
The way I see it
To my way of thinking
In my estimation
Methinks - most formal

A lot of these are the same in terms of formality, and some are really hard to rank. Like 'As for me', you can say this in really casual or formal situations. Also don’t say methinks, it’s archaic, nobody says it anymore unless they’re joking or in literature.
Q: Could you array these words according to their formality degree?

as far as I’m concerned,
As for me
in my estimation
to my way of thinking
methinks
for my money
in my book
to my mind
in my view
the way I see it
A: I think that these are all more or less the same level of formality and would be fine to use except for these:

methinks -> i don't know anyone who legitimately uses this word. When I use it, I'm using it in a joking or sarcastic way. like when you say the phrase "methink thou doth protest too much" which is a joking or dramatic way to say you think someone is denying something too hard. It's dramatic and brings attention to the ridiculousness because its so formal and uses shakespearian type language. No one would use it in typical circumstances.

For my money -> this one is the only one that i feel is more casual than the others.
Q: An array of /Look ahead
What do they mean?
A: From what you have said so far, the two phrases are not related. Definitions and examples:


1) “Array”: a collection of things. Usually, the things are similar in some way but different in others, like cars in a parking lot or silverware in a drawer. Often, the things are also in a known sequence, even if we don’t talk about that sequence.

Examples:

— the dishes were arrayed on the counter. (Maybe all identical dishes, maybe a bunch of different types of dishes, but you can instantly and easily see where they are on the counter: they are in a known sequence.)

— I saw an array of cars in the parking lot. (The cars are not identical cars, but they are all cars, and by being in specific locations in the parking lot, their positions are known. Therefore this is an array. Cars on the highway would not be an array, because they move around randomly and rapidly. An “array of cars on the highway” would be unusual: for some reason, the cars are all in a fixed sequence, and aren’t getting out of that sequence.)

— I saw an array of options in front of me. (In thinking about your life circumstances, you can see them all clearly in your mind, as if they were arranged in an order on a wall.)

— the beans in the bag were all jumbled up. (This is not an array, because there’s no structure or order to the beans.)


2) “Look ahead“:

a) literally: keep your head up and your eyes open, so you see what’s in front of you, so you don’t take a wrong turn or trip.

b) Metaphorically: to look at your life circumstances, think about the things that are coming in the future days and months, again so that you don’t make a mistake.


3) One more thought: both of those phrases have more precise meanings in computer programming, based on the above. Is that what you meant? I didn’t want to add confusion by giving extra definitions, but I’m glad to offer those if you wish.
Q: She has array of expertise. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: She has "array" of expertise.

if you are trying to describe just use "fancy"

if you are implying noun, use "lot" or "set"

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