acknowledgment

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} (bir şeyin alındığını/farkedildiğini) bildirme
{i} (bir gerçeği) kabul etme
kabul etme (bir gerçeği)
bir şeyin alındığını bildirme
kabul etme
tasdik
teşekkür

Dostça bir teşekkür değildi. - It wasn't a friendly acknowledgment.

onaylama
onay
{i} alındı
{i} alındığını bildirme
{i} tanıma
{i} tic. alındı
{i} borcun kabulü
{i} kabul
(Ack) Alındı
acknowledgment of children
çocukları tanıma
acknowledgement
alındığını bildirme
acknowledgement
kabul
acknowledgement
onay
acknowledgement
alındı
recognition
(Askeri) TANIMA, TEŞHİS: 1. Şahısların veya uçak, gemi, tank gibi vasıtaların veya muhabere elektronik frekans şekilleri gibi olayların hususiyetinin herhangi bir vasıta ile belirlenmesi. 2. Kara muharebe harekatlarında bir cismin, halihazırda bilinen herhangi bir şeyin kategorisinde (örn. tank, kamyon, adam) olduğunun belirlenmesi
acknowledgement
{i} teşekkür
acknowledgement
alındı bildirimi
recognition
(Ticaret) kayda alma
recognition
(Tıp) Tanıma, bilme, ayırma
acknowledgement
(Kanun) kabul etme
acknowledgement
alındılama
acknowledgement
(Ticaret) referans
acknowledgement
(Kanun) itiraf etme
acknowledgement
(Ticaret) borcunu tanıma
acknowledgement
teslim
acknowledgement
(Ticaret) teslim makbuzu
acknowledgement
(Kanun) borç ikrar etme
acknowledgement
(Ticaret) borcun ikrarı
acknowledgement
(Ticaret) borcun tanınması
acknowledgement
ikrar
recognition
tanınırlık
recognition
farkında olma
recognition
onay
recognition
farkına varma
recognition
tanıma

Lütfen otomatik konuşma tanıma yazılımı kullan. - Please use automatic speech recognition!

Bana bir tanıma tebessümü verdi. - He gave me a smile of recognition.

recognition
tanınma

Herkes tanınma istiyor. - Everybody wants recognition.

Vücut yanarak tanınmaz hale gelmiş. - The body was burned beyond recognition.

recognition
tanımlama
acknowledgements
Bir kitabın başında yazarın takdim ve teşekkür ifadeleri
acknowledgements
onaylar
acknowledgement
(Askeri) ALINDI ANLAŞILDI CEVABI: Bir yazının alındığı ve anlaşıldığı hakkında bunu gönderen kimseye, alan tarafından gönderilen mesaj
acknowledgement
{i} borcun kabulü
acknowledgement
{i} tanıma
acknowledgement
(Askeri) alındı, anlaşıldı
acknowledgement
tasdik
in acknowledgment of
-in karşılığı olarak: in acknowledgment of his years of service yıllarca verdiği hizmetin karşılığı olarak
recognition
{i} onaylanma
recognition
{i} takdir
recognition
{i} kabul
recognition
{i} tanıtma
recognition
{i} haklı olarak kabul edilme
recognition
{i} doğrulama
İngilizce - İngilizce
An award or other expression or token of appreciation
An owning as genuine or valid; an avowing or admission in legal form (as in "acknowledgment of a deed")
The act of owning or recognizing in a particular character or relationship; recognition as regards the existence, authority, truth, or genuineness
An owning with gratitude of a benefit or an obligation (as in "acknowledgment" of a favor)
A response (ACK) sent by a receiver to indicate successful receipt of a transmission

See Wikipedia article on transmission.

A message from the addressee informing the originator that the originator's communication has been received and understood, as a wedding invitation's acknowledgment
The act of acknowledging; admission; avowal; owning; confession
A formal statement or document recognizing the fulfillment or execution of a legal requirement or procedure
recognition
{n} a confession, owning, return
a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage; "the student's essay failed to list several important citations"; "the acknowledgments are usually printed at the front of a book"; "the article includes mention of similar clinical cases"
the state or quality of being recognized or acknowledged; "the partners were delighted with the recognition of their work"; "she seems to avoid much in the way of recognition or acknowledgement of feminist work prior to her own"
A formal declaration made before a duly authorized officer, usually a notary public, by a person who has signed a document; also, the document itself An acknowledgment is designed to prevent forged and fraudulently induced documents from taking effect
Formal declaration before a public official (typically a Notary Public) that one has signed a document Required before recording real estate legal documents, such as a deeds of trust
The process of establishing the fact that each signature on an instrument is genuine In most cases, the signatures on documents must be authenticated or acknowledged before the register may accept them An acknowledgment is a type of authentication often performed by a notary public
A formal declaration before an authorized official by the person who executed an instrument that it is his free act and deed; the certificate of the official on such instrument attesting that it was so acknowledged
1 A statement of acceptance of responsibility 2 The short declaration at the end of a legal paper showing that the paper was duly executed and acknowledged
A declaration made by a person to a notary public, or other public official authorized to take acknowledgments, that the instrument was executed by them and that it is their free and voluntary act
A notarization on a legal document attesting to the validity of the signatures affixed hereto
A form used by a vendor to advise a purchaser that his order has been received It usually implies acceptance of the order
A declaration before a notary public or other officer by a party executing a legal document that the execution is his free and voluntary act and deed
A formal declaration before a duly authorized officer by a person who has executed an instrument that such execution is his act and deed
A formal declaration before an authorized official (a notary public) by a person signing an instrument that such execution is his or her free act and deed The term also refers to the notary's certificate on the document indicating that it was so acknowledged
A type of message sent to indicate that a block of data arrived at its destination without error See also: Negative Acknowledgment
Formal declaration before a public official that one has signed a document Prior to recording real estate legal documents, such as grant deeds and deeds of trust, a Notary Public acknowledges the person's signature on the document
A written declaration affirming that a person acted voluntarily
Some of the definitions for terms in this glossary have been adapted from the glossary in New Products Management, by C Merle Crawford and C Anthony Di Benedetto Terms, phrases, and definitions generously have been contributed to this list by the PDMA Board of Directors, the editors and authors of The PDMA ToolBook for New Product Development (John Wiley & Sons, 2002), the editors and authors of The PDMA Handbook of New Product Development (John Wiley & Sons, 1996) and several other individuals knowledgeable in the science, skills and art of new product development We thank all of these volunteer contributors for their continuing support
A formal declaration before an authorized official (usually a notary public) by a person who has executed a document, that he did in fact execute (sign) the document
a statement acknowledging something or someone; "she must have seen him but she gave no sign of acknowledgment"; "the preface contained an acknowledgment of those who had helped her"
As a verb, the confirmation by a party executing a legal document that this is his signature and a voluntary act This confirmation is made to an authorized officer of the Court or notary public who signs a statement also called an acknowledgment Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM) Is a mortgage in which the interest rate is adjusted periodically based on a preselected index Also sometimes known as the re-negotiable rate mortgage, the variable rate mortgage
A formal declaration to a public official by a person who has signed (executed) an instrument which states that the signing was voluntary
A formal declaration attached to or made a part of an instrument (such as warranty deed or mortgage deed) and made before a duly authorized officer (usually a notary public) by the person who has executed the instrument stating that he or she signed the instrument as a free act and deed
A declaration by a notary certifying the identity of the signer, either by personal knowledge or written identification
As a verb, the confirmation by a party executing a legal document that this is his signature and voluntary act This confirmation is made to an authorized officer of the Court or notary public who signs a statement also called an acknowledgment
something said or done to inform another that his statement or action has been noted, understood and received "Very good," "okay," and other such phrases are intended to inform another who has spoken or acted that his statement or action has been accepted An acknowledgment also tends to confirm that the statement has been made or the action has been done and so brings about a condition not only of communication but of reality between two or more people Applause at a theater is an acknowledgment of the actor or act plus approval Acknowledgment itself does not necessarily imply an approval or disapproval or any other thing beyond the knowledge that an action or a statement has been observed and is received
1 The act of admitting or recognizing the existence of an agreement by signing as evidence of one's intention that the agreement shall be binding and in full force and effect 2 The certificate affixed to the document (See Acknowledgment, Certificate of )
A type of message sent to indicate that a block of data arrived at its destination without error See also: Negative Acknowledgement [Source: NNSC]
A declaration or avowal of one's own act, to give it legal validity; as, the acknowledgment of a deed before a proper officer
The owning of a benefit received; courteous recognition; expression of thanks
Also, the certificate of the officer attesting such declaration
Something given or done in return for a favor, message, etc
The act of owning or recognized in a particular character or relationship; recognition as regards the existence, authority, truth, or genuineness
A declaration or avowal of ones own act, to give it legal validity; as, the acknowledgment of a deed before a proper officer. Also, the certificate of the officer attesting such declaration
{i} act of recognizing or admitting; certification; recognition of a gift, expression of thanks
agnition
allowance
ack
acknowledgment of debt
recognition of financial liability, acknowledgement of financial obligation
acknowledgment of paternity
recognition of fatherhood (Law)
acknowledgment signal
confirmation sign
acknowledgement
A message from the addressee informing the originator that the originator's communication has been received and understood, as a wedding invitation's acknowledgement
acknowledgement
An expression of gratitude
acknowledgement
A response sent by a receiver to indicate successful receipt of a transmission

See Wikipedia article on transmission.

acknowledgement
The act of owning or recognizing in a particular character or relationship; recognition as regards the existence, authority, truth, or genuineness
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ACKnowledgement
ack
acknowledgement
A formal statement or document recognizing the fulfilment or execution of a legal requirement or procedure
acknowledgement
{i} act of recognizing or admitting; certification; recognition of a gift, expression of thanks
acknowledgement
the state or quality of being recognized or acknowledged; "the partners were delighted with the recognition of their work"; "she seems to avoid much in the way of recognition or acknowledgement of feminist work prior to her own"
acknowledgement
a written statement affirming and thereby executing a document These are typically notarized to assume full legal credence
acknowledgement
(Ticaret) Documentation from a vendor to a customer that verifies receipt of an order and associated date, quantity, item and terms information
acknowledgement
( of the reality of life ): Few people would accept a clear and graphic cause and effect relationship between thinking and behavior as fact Genuine acceptance of thinking or belief of an idea in spite of criticism or resistance from a popular majority to the contrary
acknowledgement
The act by which a party executing a legal document goes before an authorized officer or notary public and declares the same to be his or her voluntary act and deed
acknowledgement
A form used by a vendor to advisor a purchaser that their order has been received, usually implying it has been accepted
acknowledgement
A message from the addressee informing the originator that the originators communication has been received and understood, as a wedding invitations acknowledgement
acknowledgement
In marine insurance, a form issued to acknowledge that insurance is in effect for a specific shipment Usually issued to a consignee by the shipper or someone acting on their behalf, such as a freight forwarder The issuer may not have details of the actual coverage provided by the policy
acknowledgement
A form used by a vendor to advise a purchaser that his/her order has been received, and usually to imply that it has been accepted
acknowledgement
An acknowledgement is a statement or action which recognizes that something exists or is true. The President's resignation appears to be an acknowledgment that he has lost all hope of keeping the country together = recognition
acknowledgement
As a verb, the confirmation by a party executing a legal document that this is his signature and voluntary act This confirmation is made to an authorized officer of the Court or notary public who signs a statement also called an acknowledgment
acknowledgement
► identifies the author or creator of words, ideas, portions of a work used in your own work
acknowledgement
A gesture of acknowledgement, such as a smile, shows someone that you have seen and recognized them. Farling smiled in acknowledgement and gave a bow
acknowledgement
- A written declaration by a person executing an instrument, given before an officer authorized to give an oath (usually a notary public), stating that the execution if of his own volition
acknowledgement
Written notice to a distributor from a supplier that an order has been received
acknowledgement
A formal declaration made before a duly authorized officer (usually a notary public) by a person who has executed an instrument that such execution is his or her act and deed
acknowledgement
The act of acknowledging; admission; avowal; owning; confession
acknowledgement
Controller sourced message that is associated with a previous non-conformance warning or reminder message Although these messages may serve to signify the controller's recognition of the warned or reminded situation - the use of such messages will depend on particular cases
acknowledgement
An award or other expression or token of appreciation
acknowledgement
A formal declaration before a duly authorized officer (such as a notary public) by a person who has executed an instrument that such execution is his own act and deed An acknowledgment is necessary to entitle an instrument (with certain specific exceptions) to be recorded, to impart constructive notice of its contents and to entitle the instrument to be used as evidence without further proof The certificate of acknowledgment is attached to the instrument or incorporated therein
acknowledgement
The acknowledgements in a book are the section in which the author thanks all the people who have helped him or her
acknowledgement
a statement acknowledging something or someone; "she must have seen him but she gave no sign of acknowledgment"; "the preface contained an acknowledgment of those who had helped her"
acknowledgement
Acknowledgement (ACK) is the type of signal used in the Input/Output Processor (IOP) which is located in the Coordination Processor (CP)
acknowledgement
A letter or other notice from an attorney confirming the attorney has received a claim and agrees with the rates and conditions outlined
acknowledgement
A formal declaration made before a duly authorized officer, usually a Notary Public, by a person who has signed a document
acknowledgement
A Layer 2 response by the mobile or the base station confirming that a signaling message was received correctly
acknowledgement
(ACK) A response sent by a receiver to indicate successful reception of information In a packet-switching network, an acknowledgement is a packet when data arrives Thus, when two computers exchange information, data packets travel in one direction and acknowledgements travel in the opposite direction
acknowledgement
A written declaration by a person executing an instrument, given before an officer authorized to give an oath (usually a notary public), stating that the execution is of his own volition
acknowledgement
The act of a man admitting a child as his own
acknowledgement
Messages acknowledge receipt of a transaction that was sent to them
acknowledgement
An acknowledgement is a letter or message that you receive from someone, telling you that something you have sent to them has arrived. I have received neither an acknowledgment nor a reply
acknowledgement
An offer of acceptance of a Purchase Order (PO), usually received prior to the receipt of goods, to verify the cost, description, quantity and ship date of goods ordered as well as special terms and conditions
acknowledgement
A statement by a person to the effect that they are aware of a certain fact May also be a sworn document to the same effect, which further states that the person signing the document did so voluntarily
acknowledgement
A special transaction set (ANSI/X12 997) transmitted by a receiver as an affirmative response to the sender
acknowledgement
In regard to a legal instrument or document, formal declaration before an authorized official such as a Notary Public, by the person who executed the instrument, that it is his free act and deed Also refers to the Notary's statement itself
acknowledgements
Brian Mills, Chairman and Editor of the International Bond and Share Society, for his "catching" correspondence with me about these matters The idea for this page would not have emerged otherwise
acknowledgements
1/03 Draft - PDF
acknowledgements
A page of thanks (Next)
acknowledgements
plural of acknowledgement
acknowledgements
Thanks to Ian Cooper and Michael Large for helpful criticisms and suggestions
acknowledgements
We thank Joseph Avruch for helpful discussions during the preparation of the manuscript
acknowledgments
plural of acknowledgment
acknowledgments
1 The page or pages of the manuscript crediting the original publication of any parts of a book that have been published previously In a work of fiction, the author usually will have retained the book rights to his or her work, and acknowledgments take a form like: Parts of Chapter One originally appeared in slightly different form as "Melissa at Home" in Harper's Magazine, October, 1995 However, if the work of others is included or someone else owns the book rights to the author's work, the acknowledgment requires a full recitation of the owner's copyright notice If the work requires acknowledgments of both kinds, there should be a separate page in the manuscript for each kind
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This glossary draws significantly on the IETF glossary RFC 1983 (Aug 96) Definitions which are specific to Telstra (ie not derived from the IETF glossaries or are significantly modified from the IETF glossaries) are marked: [Telstra]
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We appreciate the comments of Keith Bildstein, Lane Eskew, Mercedes Foster, Kathryn Freemark, Douglas Johnson, Diane Larson, Pamela Pietz, Jeff Price, Terrell Rich, Peter Stangel, and T Bently Wigley on earlier drafts This resource is based on the following source (Northern Prairie Publication 0894): Koford, Rolf R , John B Dunning Jr , Christine A Ribic, Deborah M Finch 1994 A glossary for avian conservation biology Wilson Bulletin 106(1): 121-137 This resource should be cited as: Koford, Rolf R , John B Dunning Jr , Christine A Ribic, Deborah M Finch 1994 A glossary for avian conservation biology Wilson Bulletin 106(1): 121-137 Jamestown, ND: Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center Home Page http: //www npwrc usgs gov/resource/literatr/avian/avian htm (Version 16JUL97) Literature Cited
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