Version

имя существительное 1) версия; интерпретация Например: to corroborate somebody's version (of an event) — подтвердить чью-либо версию событий to give one's version of a story — изложить свою версию событий 2) вариант; переложение Например: movie version of a novel — экранизация романа stage version of a novel — театральная постановка романа Синоним(ы): adaptation 3) перевод 4) текст (перевода или оригинала) Например: abridged / condensed version — сокращённый текст (перевода или оригинала) unabridged / uncut version — текст без сокращений censored / expurgated version — текст, прошедший цензуру uncensored / unexpurgated version — запрещённый текст; текст, не прошедший цензуру the Russian version of the treaty — русский текст договора authorized version — авторизованная версия official version — официальный текст Синоним(ы): report

Большой англо-русский словарь

Version

= VER, = ver версия одна из последовательности копий (редакций) программы, выпускаемая при устранении в ней ошибок и/или добавлении новых функций. В частности, файл, являющийся модификацией другого файла Смотри также: alpha version, beta version, candidate version, crippled version, evaluation version, initial version, light version, release, release candidate, released version, run-time version, trial version, version control

Англо-русский словарь компьютерных терминов

Version

1) вариант, разновидность 2) версия 3) видоизменение, модификация - alternate version - scaled-down version - simplified version - weak version

Англо-русский научно-технический словарь

Version

1) исполнение; (новый) вариант (напр. изделия) 2) версия (программы) - aircraft basic version - aircraft economy-class version - aircraft freighter version - aircraft mixed class version - aircraft production version - aircraft rescue version - backup version - export version - flameproof version - ruggedized version - tourist class version

Англо-русский политехнический словарь

Version

noun Etymology: Middle French, from Medieval Latin version-, versio act of turning, change, from Latin vertere to turn — more at worth 1. a translation from another language; especially a translation of the Bible or a part of it 2. a. an account or description from a particular point of view especially as contrasted with another account b. an adaptation of a literary work
Example: the movie version of the novel c. an arrangement of a musical composition 3. a form or variant of a type or original
Example: an experimental version of the airplane 4. a. a condition in which an organ and especially the uterus is turned from its normal position b. manual turning of a fetus in the uterus to aid delivery • versional adjective

Энциклопедический словарь Мерриама-Вебстера

Version

One of a sequence of copies of a program, each incorporating new modifications. Each version is usually identified by a number, commonly of the form X.Y where X is the major version number and Y is the release number. Typically an increment in X (with Y reset to zero) signifies a substantial increase in the function of the program or a partial or total re-implementation, whereas Y increases each time the progam is changed in any way and re-released. Version numbers are useful so that the user can know if the program has changed (bugs have been fixed or new functions added) since he obtained his copy and the programmer can tell if a bug report relates to the current version. It is thus always important to state the version when reporting bugs. Statements about compatibility between different software components should always say which versions they apply to. See change management.

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