dummy object

klaidinamasis objektas statusas T sritis Gynyba apibrėžtis Bet kuris objektas (apkasas, tranšėja, susisiekimo eiga, priedanga, ugniavietė ir kt. įrenginys su karo technikos maketais), sukurtas ant žemės, vandens ar ore, kuriuo siekiama suklaidinti priešą, kad jis nukreiptų į jį savo NP. Klaidinamasis radiolokacinis objektas – kampiniai ir kt. atšvaitai, elektromagnetiniai spinduliuotuvai, įvairūs imitavimo prietaisai ir įtaisai. atitikmenys: angl. dummy object rus. ложный объект

Artilerijos terminų žodynas – Vilnius: Generolo Jono Žemaičio Lietuvos karo akademija. . 2004.

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  • dummy — I UK [ˈdʌmɪ] / US noun [countable] Word forms dummy : singular dummy plural dummies 1) British a small plastic or rubber object that a baby sucks. The American word is pacifier. 2) a model of someone s body, used especially for measuring clothes… …   English dictionary

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  • dummy — dum|my1 [ dʌmi ] noun count ▸ 1 model of object ▸ 2 model of someone s body ▸ 3 unintelligent person ▸ 4 in card game ▸ 5 movement to trick someone ▸ 6 for baby to suck 1. ) something that is made to look like a real object, used either for… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • dummy — [ˈdʌmi] noun [C] I 1) something that is made to look like a real object 2) a model of a person s body 3) British a small plastic or rubber object that a baby sucks 4) informal someone who is not very intelligent II adj dummy [ˈdʌmi] designed to… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • Dummy code — In computer programming, dummy code is inserted in a program skeleton to simulate processing and avoid compilation error messages. It may involve empty function declarations, or functions that return a correct result only for a simple test case… …   Wikipedia

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