English-Vietnamese Dictionary
◊ IKE
◊ike /,aiko'nзskoup/ (ike) /aik/
▫ danh từ
▪ (raddiô) Icônôxcôp
 iguanid  iguanodon  ike  ikebana  ikey 
English Dictionary
◊ IKE
Ike
n : as Supreme Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force he
supervised the invasion of Normandy and the defeat of
Nazi Germany; 34th President of the United States
(1890-1961) [syn: {Eisenhower}, {Dwight Eisenhower}, {Dwight
D. Eisenhower}, {Dwight David Eisenhower}, {Ike}]
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English-Vietnamese Mining Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN DIKE?
◊dike
thể tường, đai cơ
English-Vietnamese Water Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN DIKE?
◊dike
▪mương, rãnh, đào mương, đào rảnh
English Computing Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN DIKE?
dike
To remove or disable a portion of something, as a wire from a
computer or a subroutine from a program. A standard slogan is
"When in doubt, dike it out". (The implication is that it is
usually more effective to attack software problems by reducing
complexity than by increasing it.) The word "dikes" is widely
used among mechanics and engineers to mean "diagonal cutters",
especially the heavy-duty metal-cutting version, but may also
refer to a kind of wire-cutters used by electronics
technicians. To "dike something out" means to use such
cutters to remove something. Indeed, the TMRC Dictionary
defined dike as "to attack with dikes". Among hackers this
term has been metaphorically extended to informational objects
such as sections of code.
[{Jargon File}]
 iitf  iitran  il  ilbm  ilf 
German-Vietnamese Dictionary
◊ DID YOU MEAN PIKE?
◊von der Pike auf dienen
▪ {to rise from the rank}
◦ der Offizier, der von der Pike auf gedient hat {ranker}