concurrence

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birlik
aynı anda olma
aynı olma (fikir)
ağız birliği
söz birliği
(Politika, Siyaset) oy birliği
uygun görme
rastlantı
eş zamanlılık
mutabakat
uyuşma
{i} kesişme noktası
{i} zamanlaması rastlama
{i} kesişim
{i} elbirliği
concurrent aynı zamanda vaki olan
{i} fikir birliği
aynı anda vaki oluş
uygun
{i} aynı zamana rastlama
{i} (fikir) aynı olma, birlik, uyuşma
aynı noktaya doğru ilerleyiş
aynı zamanda olma/uyuşma
birbirine yardımcı olan
concurrently aynı zamanda
mutabık
concurrence principle
kesişme ilkesi
agreement
{i} kontrat
agreement
{i} aynı fikirde olma
agreement
{i} uyma Harun anlaşma şartlarına uymadı. - Harun has welshed on the agreement.
agreement
ahit
agreement
{i} sözleşme Harun sözleşmesini başı ile onayladı. - Harun nodded his agreement.
agreement
{i} anlaşma Onlar karşılıklı anlaşmayla boşandılar. - They divorced by mutual agreement.
absence of concurrence
(Politika, Siyaset) rekabetin olmaması
agreement
(Askeri) ANLAŞMA; MUTABAKAT: Meclislerin onayına sunulmadan ve andlaşmaya nazaran daha az önemli konularda yapılan yazılı mutabakatlar
agreement
(Mukavele) sözleşme; iki ya da daha fazla tarafı özel ve anlaşılan görevler ve şartlarla bağlayan hukuki bir evrak
agreement
{i} kabul etme
agreement
{i} ittifak
agreement
{i} mukavele
agreement
{i} uyuşma
agreement
{i} uzlaşma Harun uzlaşmasını göstermek için başını salladı. - Harun nodded his head to show his agreement.
agreement
{i} antlaşma
agreement
{i} pakt
agreement
{i} razı olma
agreement
(Mimarlık) anlaşma sözleşme, mukavele
İngilizce - İngilizce

concurrence teriminin İngilizce İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

An instance of simultaneous occurrence
Agreement; concurring
agreement
{n} union, join claim, help
Action by which one chamber agrees to a proposal or action which the other chamber has approved
It literally means to run together with Used in connection with the doctrine of God's providence, it is used when describing the primary and secondary causes and that they operate concurrently God's purpose is brought to pass by his sovereignty even though he uses human means (i e The brothers of Joseph (Gen 37-50) did evil, but God meant it for good)
Document signed by a carrier and filed with the Interstate Commerce Commission that verifies that the carrier participates in rates published in a tariff by a given agent (USA)
agreement of results or opinions a state of cooperation
A meeting of minds; agreement in opinion; union in design or act; implying joint approbation
The act of concurring; a meeting or coming together; union; conjunction; combination
Agreement or consent, implying aid or contribution of power or influence; coöperation
In the design process allows for multiple applications (say a floor-planner and a timing analysis application) to operate on the design within the same active session Incremental processing is the art of performing design analysis only on the changed portion of the design (thus the processing time is proportional to the size of the design change and not the entire design) (SM*)
A common right; coincidence of equal powers; as, a concurrence of jurisdiction in two different courts
acting together as of agents or circumstances or events the temporal property of two things happening at the same time; "the interval determining the coincidence gate is adjustable"
One house approving a bill as amended in the other house If the author is unwilling to move the bill as amended by the other house, the author requests nonconcurrence in the bill and asks for the information of a conference committee
acting together as of agents or circumstances or events
The approval by the house of origin of a bill as amended in the other house If the author is unwilling to move the bill as amended by the other house, the author requests "nonconcurrence" in the bill and asks for the formation of a conference committee
agreement of results or opinions
If there is a concurrence of two or more things, they happen at the same time. The concurrence of their disappearances had to be more than coincidental
{i} occurrence of events at the same time, concomitance; coincidence; product of concurring; concurrency; state of cooperation; unanimity, agreement; (Archaic) rivalry, competition
Someone's concurrence is their agreement to something. Any change ought not to be made without the general concurrence of all concerned. = agreement
the temporal property of two things happening at the same time; "the interval determining the coincidence gate is adjustable"
a state of cooperation
Agreement by one house of the General Assembly to an amendment added by the other house Also, adoption of a joint resolution originating in the other house
Agreement by one branch with an action originating in the other branch
One house "accepts" the actions of the other house
Determination by the agency that information to date is adequate, and the project can advance to the next stage of project development
One house approving a bill as amended in the opposite house If the author is unwilling to move the bill as amended by the other house, the author requests "nonconcurrence" in the bill and asks for the formation of a conference committee
When the originating chamber votes to accept, or concur in, the amendments made by the opposite chamber
concurrency
syndrome
concurrence