English - Turkish

  1. gerekli sıfat
  2. gerekli, lüzumlu, lazım olan; zorunlu, zaruri sıfat
  3. zorunlu
  4. gereken sıfat
  5. kaçınılmaz sıfat
  6. lazım olan şey
  7. gereken şey
  8. lazım
  9. gerek Nükleer Bilimler
  10. gerekli lüzumlu
  11. lazım olan
  12. necessarilyister istemez
  13. çaresiz
  14. gerekli şey
  15. vazgeçilmez
  16. iktiza etmek
  17. vacip
  18. lazım olmak
  19. şart (necessarily)
  20. icap etmek (be necessary)
  21. gerekmek (be necessary)
  22. olmazsa olmaz (necessarily)
  23. ister istemez (necessarily)
  24. zorunlu olarak (necessarily)
  25. gerekli olmak (be necessary)
  26. gerek duyulmak (be necessary)
  27. lâzım olmak (be necessary)
  28. gerekmek, lazım olmak/gelmek, icap etmek (be necessary)
  29. malzeme (necessaries)
  30. malzemeler isim (necessaries)

English - English

  1. bathroom, toilet, loo
  2. needed, required
  3. If you say that something will happen if necessary, when necessary, or where necessary, you mean that it will happen if it is necessary, when it is necessary, or where it is necessary. If necessary, the airship can stay up there for days to keep out of danger The army needs men who are willing to fight, when necessary All the rigging had been examined, and renewed where necessary
  4. Acting from necessity or compulsion; involuntary; opposed to free; as, whether man is a necessary or a free agent is a question much discussed
  5. A thing that is necessary or indispensable to some purpose; something that one can not do without; a requisite; an essential; used chiefly in the plural; as, the necessaries of life
  6. Such things, in respect to infants, lunatics, and married women, as are requisite for support suitable to station
  7. Impossible to be otherwise, or to be dispensed with, without preventing the attainment of a desired result; indispensable; requisite; essential
  8. critical
  9. A privy; a water-closet
  10. Such as must be; impossible to be otherwise; not to be avoided; inevitable
  11. An expense that is appropriate and helpful in furthering the taxpayer's business or income-producing activity See also Ordinary defined elsewhere in this glossary
  12. A necessary consequence or connection must happen or exist, because of the nature of the things or events involved. Wastage was no doubt a necessary consequence of war Scientific work is differentiated from art by its necessary connection with the idea of progress
  13. anything indispensable; "food and shelter are necessities of life"; "the essentials of the good life"; "allow farmers to buy their requirements under favorable conditions"; "a place where the requisites of water fuel and fodder can be obtained"
  14. Something that is necessary is needed in order for something else to happen. I kept the engine running because it might be necessary to leave fast We will do whatever is necessary to stop them Is that really necessary? Make the necessary arrangements. unnecessary
  15. something that is essential or imperative; essentials of life (food, clothing, and shelter) isim
  16. vital; essential; indispensable; unavoidable sıfat
  17. A sentence, proposition thought, or judgement is necessary if it is true of any possible world Some philosophers (e g A J Ayer) maintain that the truths of logic and mathematics are necessary because they are a priori, and a priori simply because they are analytic; similarly maintaining that contigent, a posteriori, and asynthetic are equivalent
  18. – An organization acknowledges that technology has its place, but it also has its critics within the organization They know that technology is something that they have to do, but are slow to take advantage of any new technologies Often these organizations wait until the situation is so bad before investing in new technology that they make poor choices and are left with frustrated members and goals going unmet Because the situation is so bad by the time technology is eventually implemented, organizations in this category are always playing ‘catch-up ’
  19. absolutely essential
  20. unavoidably determined by prior circumstances; "the necessary consequences of one's actions" absolutely essential
  21. Adhulli
  22. A dental service or supply is necessary if it is: Prescribed, recommended and approved by an individual's dentist or physician, For the diagnosis, care or treatment of an injury, condition or disease, Consistent with the diagnosis and is appropriate, given the symptoms, Generally accepted by the American dental community, and Not experimental or investigational
  23. must be used -- " determine which from the list below it are necessary to solve the problem " (117)
  24. unavoidably determined by prior circumstances; "the necessary consequences of one's actions"
  25. perforce - "Adult immigrants must perforce learn some English, and their children are likely to become English monolinguals." (Necessarily.)
  26. essential (Necessary.)
  27. behoove (To be necessary.)
  28. necessary or indispensable items - "Mechanically he returned home, gathered together a few small necessaries and special treasures he was fond of, and put them in a satchel; acting with slow deliberation, moving about the room like a sleep-walker; listening ever with parted lips." (necessaries)
  29. inevitably; of necessity (necessarily)
  30. of necessity, as a logical result, unavoidably (necessarily)

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    Etymology: [ ne-s&-"ser-E ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English necessarye Old French necessaire Latin necessārius (“unavoidable, inevitable, indispensable, requisite”) necesse (“unavoidable, inevitable, indispensable”), neuter adjective with esse and habeō (“I have”), probably originating from ne cessum or non cessum ne (“not”) + cessus, perfect passive participle of cēdō (“I yield”); see cede.
    Synonyms: all-important, assured, basic, binding, bottom-line, cardinal, certain, chief, compelling, compulsory, crucial, de rigueur, decisive, elementary, exigent, expedient, fated, fundamental, imminent, imperative
    Antonyms: unnecessary, inessential, unimportant, useless, contingent, needless, optional, voluntary
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