actualization

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İngilizce - Türkçe
gerçekleştirme
gerçekleşme
edimselleşme
actual
gerçek

Tom Mary için çalışmayı gerçekten sevdiğini anladı. - Tom found that he actually liked working for Mary.

Tom gerçekten bir hayalet gördüğünü söylüyor. - Tom says he has actually seen a ghost.

actual
fiili
actual
{s} aktüel
actual
asıl
actual
{s} güncel
actual
{s} mevcut
actual
{s} şimdiki
actual
(Felsefe) edimsel
actual
aslı

Dünyanın çevresinin iyiliği için söylüyorum, ama aslında o Dünya üzerinde yaşayan insanların iyiliği için. - I'm saying For the sake of Earth's environment, but actually it's For the sake of the people living on Earth.

İster inanın ister inanmayın, ben aslında resim çizebilirim. - Believe it or not, I can actually draw.

actual
esas
actual
eylemsel
actual
bilfiil
actual
gerçekten

Tom gerçekten bir hayalet gördüğünü söylüyor. - Tom says he has actually seen a ghost.

Tom Mary için çalışmayı gerçekten sevdiğini anladı. - Tom found that he actually liked working for Mary.

actual
doğru

Tom'un söylediği gerçekten doğru. - What Tom said is actually true.

Bunun doğru olduğunu gerçekten düşünüyor musun? - Do you actually think that's true?

actual
asli
actual
hakiki
actualisation
Gerçekleştirme
self actualization
(Felsefe) Kendini gerçekleştirme
self-actualization
kendini gerçekleştirme, öz-gerçekleştirme
actual
eylemli
İngilizce - İngilizce
making real or giving the appearance of reality
A making actual or really existent
{i} process of making real, realization, process of making actual; something that is made real; recognition, understanding something clearly; (Music) musical composition completed by a person other than the composer, musical composition enhanced and improved by a person other than the composer (also actualisation)
A making actual or really existent; gerund form of actualize
actual
In action at the time being; now existing

The actual situation of the world economy is worse then anyone expected a year ago.

actual
Factual, real, not just apparent or even false

The actual government expenses dramatically excede the budget.

actual
Used to emphasise a noun or verb, whether something is real or metaphorical
actual
An actual, real one; notably:

Bravo Six Actual, Snakebite leader (The person with the callsign Snakebite leader requests to speak to the commander of company Bravo and not the radio operator.).

actual
Active, not passive
actual
Existing in act or reality, not just potentially; really acted or acting; occurring in fact

the actual case under discussion.

self-actualization
According to Maslow, the seldomly reached full result of the inner-directed drive of humans to grow, improve, and use their potential to the fullest (pp 384, 479)
actual
{a} really in act, real, certain, positive
self-actualization
Self actualization, is the desire to realize one’s full potential or to maximize one’s capabilities.1 The term was coined by Kurt Goldstein in his work The Organism and later refined by Abraham Maslow. Popular in the humanistic approach to personality, self actualization is the pinnacle of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs
Actual
What really is the case, as opposed to what's possible (could be the case) and to what's necessary (must be the case); all of which are opposed to what's impossible (can't be the case) Concerning the latter "opposition": the categories possible and impossible are jointly exhaustive (everything is either one or the other) Concerning the former "opposition": necessity, actuality, and possibility are not mutually exclusive: everything necessary is also actual (what must be the case is the case) and everything actual is possible (whatever is is possible) In other words, necessity entails actuality, and actuality entails possibility (Also see contingent )
Actual
Parameter A variable or expression contained in a function call and passed to that function
Actual
being or reflecting the essential or genuine character of something; "her actual motive"; "a literal solitude like a desert"- G K Chesterton; "a genuine dilemma"
Actual
current
Actual
Information that shows what has actually occurred For example, the actual start date for a task is the day on which the task actually started, and its actual cost is the amount spent up to the present
Actual
Denotes revenue or expenditure totals for a given period, which is in contrast to "Budget" which denotes estimates for a period
Actual
Data related to actual achievements (percent completed), cost, resource use etc Tasks containing actual data are either finished or have at least started See also: Baseline, Current
Actual
A willful transgression of the known law of God Sin of commission, disobedience to a prohibition Sin of omission, neglect of a precept "Sin is the transgression of the law " - St John
Actual
of the nature of fact; having actual existence; "rocks and trees the actual world"; "actual heroism"; "the actual things that produced the emotion you experienced"
Actual
The present value of the controlled variable
Actual
These are income or expenditures that have occurred Income becomes "actual" when cash is received or, for certain areas, when the service has been performed or goods delivered and the income has been earned Expenses become "actual" when the University makes the payment Salary and wage expenditures move into the actual column when the payroll is issued
Actual
existing in fact whether with lawful authority or not; "de facto segregation is as real as segration imposed by law"; "a de facto state of war"
actual
presently existing in fact and not merely potential or possible; "the predicted temperature and the actual temperature were markedly different"; "actual and imagined conditions"
actual
Existing in act or reality; really acted or acting; in fact; real; opposed to potential, possible, virtual, speculative, conceivable, theoretical, or nominal; as, the actual cost of goods; the actual case under discussion
actual
{s} substantial, real, tangible; current; factual
actual
the actual world"; "actual heroism"; "the actual things that produced the emotion you experienced"
actual
Existing in act or reality; really acted or acting; in fact; real
actual
being or existing at the present moment; "the ship's actual position is 22 miles due south of Key West"
actual
In action at the time being; now exiting; present
actual
Involving or comprising action; active
actual
being or reflecting the essential or genuine character of something; "her actual motive"; "a literal solitude like a desert"- G
actual
Something actually received; real receipts, as distinct from estimated ones
actual
taking place in reality; not pretended or imitated; "we saw the actual wedding on television"; "filmed the actual beating"
actual
the actual world"; "actual heroism"; "the actual things that produced the emotion you experienced" being or reflecting the essential or genuine character of something; "her actual motive"; "a literal solitude like a desert"- G
actual
In action at the time being; now exiting; present; as the actual situation of the country
actual
Something actually received; real, as distinct from estimated, receipts
actual
emphasis You use actual to contrast the important aspect of something with a less important aspect. She had compiled pages of notes, but she had not yet gotten down to doing the actual writing in actual fact: see fact
actual
Chesterton; "a genuine dilemma
actual
emphasis You use actual to emphasize that you are referring to something real or genuine. The segments are filmed using either local actors or the actual people involved Officials admit the actual number of AIDS victims is much higher than statistics reflect. = real
actual
of the nature of fact; having actual existence; "rocks and trees
actualisation
making real or giving the appearance of reality
actualisation
{i} process of making real, realisation, process of making actual; something that is made real; recognition, understanding something clearly; (Music) musical composition completed by a person other than the composer, musical composition enhanced and improved by a person other than the composer (also actualization)
self-actualization
according to Maslow, the point or process of psychological development where an individual has reached his full potential as a human being
self-actualization
self-actualisation when someone achieves what they want through work or in their personal life
self-actualization
a state of psychological fulfillment, including acceptance of self and others, accurate perception of reality, close relationships, personal autonomy, goal directedness, naturalness, need for privacy, orientation toward growth, sense of unity with nature, sense of brotherhood with all people, democratic character, sense of justice, sense of humor, creativity, and personal integrity
actualization