adoption

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} benimseme

Yavru köpeğin tek iyi gözü benimseme için yalvarıyor. - The puppy's single good eye begs me for adoption.

evlat edinme
{i} evlât edinme
{i} kabul etme
kabullenme
(Tıp) adopsiyon
{i} alma
{i} nüfusuna geçirme
evlat edinme/benimseme
(Politika, Siyaset) benimsemek
edinme
kabul
benimsenme
(Hukuk) kanunlaştırma
adopt
(Hukuk) benimsemek

Demografik verileri izleyerek, hükümet doğum oranını teşvik edecek bir politika benimsemek zorunda kalmıştı. - Following the demographic data, the government was obliged to adopt a policy that would stimulate birth rate.

Düşük kalorili bir diyet benimsemek yaşam sürenizi artıracaktır. - Adopting a low calorie diet will increase your lifespan.

adopt
{f} evlât edinmek

Eşim bir çocuğu evlat edinmek istiyordu. - My wife wanted to adopt a child.

Karım evlat edinmek istiyor. - My wife wants to adopt a child.

Adopt
evlat edinmek

Tom ve Mary bir çocuğu evlat edinmek istiyorlar. - Tom and Mary want to adopt a child.

Bir kediyi evlat edinirken bir köpeği evlat edinmek için bir sebep yok. - There is no reason to adopt a dog when we could adopt a cat.

adoption kit
(Askeri) HARP BAŞLIĞI TAKMA AVADANLIĞI: Harp başlığı ile taşıyıcının birbirine uydurulmasına imkan verecek bir harp başlığı düzeni meydana getirmek üzere harp başlığı ile beraber kullanılan parçalar
adoption of accounts
(Ticaret) onaylanması
adoption of accounts
(Ticaret) hesapların kontrolü
adoption of eu legislation
(Ticaret) ab mevzuatının üstlenilmesi
adoption pay
(Ticaret) evlat edinme ödeneği
adopt
edin

Tom ve Mary ana-babası bir intihar bombacısı tarafından öldürülmüş iki çocuğu evlat edindiler. - Tom and Mary adopted two children whose parents had been killed by a suicide bomber.

Onlar kimsesiz çocuğu evlat edindi. - They adopted the orphan.

adopt
{f} kabul etmek
adopt
{f} nüfusuna geçirmek
adopt
benimse,edin
adopt
benimsetmek
adopt
kullanmak
adopt
benimseme

Yavru köpeğin tek iyi gözü benimseme için yalvarıyor. - The puppy's single good eye begs me for adoption.

Yeni politikayı benimsemek, bu şirketin şimdiye kadar yaptığı en iyi şeydi. - Adopting the new policy was the best thing this company ever did.

adopt
(Politika, Siyaset) kabul kararı vermek
adopt
(Politika, Siyaset) kanunlaştırmak (meclis)
child adoption
(Kanun) evlat edinme
adopt
(başkasının çocuğunu) evlat edinmek
adopt
seçmek
adoptions
evlat edinme
adopt
evlât edinme adoptive evlâtlığa kabul eden veya edilen
adopt
edinmek
adopt
evlatlığa kabul etme
adopt
{f} çalmak
adopt
benimsemek evlât edinmek
adopt
{f} sahip çıkmak
adopt
evlat edin/benimse
adopt
{f} seçmek [pol.]
heir by adoption
(Kanun) evlat edinilmiş mirasçı
possibility od adoption
evlat edindirme
Türkçe - Türkçe
Evlat edinme
İngilizce - İngilizce
The choosing and making that to be one's own which originally was not so; acceptance; as, the adoption of opinions
Admission to a more intimate relation; reception; as, the adoption of persons into hospitals or monasteries, or of one society into another
The act of adopting, or state of being adopted; voluntary acceptance of a child of other parents to be the same as one's own child

A Chinese baby girl was given away for adoption.

{n} the act op adopting, a free choice
A permanent, legally binding arrangement whereby persons other than the birthparents parent the child
A legally adopted child has rights of inheritance in the estate of his/her adoptive parent(s) but not in the estate of his or her natural parent
The judicial act creating the legal parental relationship when no genetic linkage exists
the legal process where parental rights are transferred from birth parents to adoptive parents
The creation, by a court, of parental rights and responsibilities between a child and an adult or adult couple
to take a child into one's home by legal means and raise as one's own, with same legal rights as one's natural children
A preliminary action of the House or Senate or of a committee in considering amendments and substitutes Amendments are adopted Committee substitutes are adopted before they are voted do pass by a committee or perfected by the House or Senate House or Senate substitutes are adopted before they are perfected or third read by the House or Senate Conference committee reports are adopted before the bill or amendments they recommend are third read Ordinarily the final action on a House or Senate resolution is adoption
The legal process by which a person takes a child of which they are not the biological parent as their own
Approval or acceptance; usually applied to amendments or resolutions
Adoption is where a child legally becomes the child of someone other than a birth parent (This is different to parenting orders in the Family Court) •Adoption
Approval or acceptance; usually applied to amendments, committee reports or resolutions
The legal process of adding a child into a family The child's surname is usually changed to that of the parents adopting the child and they become the legal guardians of the child Once adopted the law views the child as part of the adoptive family Many adoption records are sealed, ostensibly to protect the child but also to protect the natural parents
Approval or acceptance; usually applied to resolutions or amendments
- The legal transfer of all parental rights and obligations from one person to another person or couple
The agreement by vote of an amendment, motion, resolution, or memorial
The process by which a person who is unrelated by blood or marriage to a child becomes the legal parent of the child Introduced in England and Wales in 1926, it is now the preferred option for the long term care of children who are unlikely ever to return to their own families
legal process where parental rights are transferred from birth parents to adoptive parents
The question on matters relating directly to the legislative body requiring only one vote; for example, orders, resolutions, amendments, and motions
– A placement service which creates a new, legal family for a child
permanent legal custody of another individual's child; adoption takes place after the parents' rights have been terminated by the court or voluntarily relinquished by the parents
The Committee of Ministers adopts Treaties, by a decision taken by a two-thirds majority of the Representatives casting a vote and a majority of the Representatives entitled to sit on the Committee When adopted, the text of the treaty is definitive
the appropriation (of ideas or words etc) from another source; "the borrowing of ancient motifs was very apparent"
– the process by which an adult becomes the legal parent of a child who is not his or her offspring
The act by which a person takes the child of another into his or her own family and makes the child, for all legal purposes, his or her own child
Approval or acceptance; usually applied to amendments, resolutions, and motions
Approval or acceptance; usually applied to amendments, resolutions, or motions
{i} taking of a child as one's own; act of adopting; state of being adopted; (Legal) court proceeding according to which an adult becomes the legal parent of a child who is not his/her biological child; acceptation, act of accepting with approval; positive acceptance
the act of accepting with approval; favorable reception; "its adoption by society"; "the proposal found wide acceptance" a legal proceeding that creates a parent-child relation between persons not related by blood; the adopted child is entitled to all privileges belonging to a natural child of the adoptive parents (including the right to inherit)
a legal proceeding that creates a parent-child relation between persons not related by blood; the adopted child is entitled to all privileges belonging to a natural child of the adoptive parents (including the right to inherit)
The act of adopting, or state of being adopted; voluntary acceptance of a child of other parents to be the same as ones own child
The choosing and making that to be ones own which originally was not so; acceptance; as, the adoption of opinions
the act of accepting with approval; favorable reception; "its adoption by society"; "the proposal found wide acceptance"
Act of transferring parental rights and duties to someone other than the adopted person's biological parents. The practice is ancient and occurs in all cultures. Traditionally, its goal was to continue the male line for the purposes of inheritance and succession; most adoptees were male (and sometimes adult). Contemporary laws and practices aim to promote child welfare and the development of families. In the latter part of the 20th century, there was a relaxation of traditional restrictions on age differences between adoptive parents and children, on the parents' minimum income level, on the mother's employment outside the home, and on placements across religious and ethnic lines. Single-parent adoptions and adoptions by same-sex couples also became more acceptable. Beginning in the 1970s, a growing adoptees-rights movement in the United States called for the repeal of confidentiality laws in most states that prevented adoptees as adults from viewing their adoption records, including their original birth certificates
adoption file
{i} file of paperwork relation to the process of adopting a child
adoption order
court ruling granting adoption rights
adopt
To take or receive as one's own what is not so naturally; to select and take or approve; as, to adopt the view or policy of another; these resolutions were adopted
adopt
To take by choice into relationship, as, child, heir, friend, citizen, etc.; especially to take voluntarily (a child of other parents) to be in the place of, or as, one's own child

A friend of mine recently adopted a Chinese baby girl found on the streets of Beijing.

adopt
{f} form a relationship with another person (as in to take a child as one's own); choose to make one's own (of an idea, name, etc.)
adopt
{v} to take as one's own what is another's, to copy, select and take
Adopt
  To vote official approval or acceptance
Adopt
to take up and practice as one's own
Adopt
put into dramatic form; "adopt a book for a screenplay"
Adopt
In the Objective-C language, a class is said to adopt a protocol if it declares that it implements all the methods in the protocol Protocols are adopted by listing their names between angle brackets in a class or category declaration
Adopt
to take as one's own, as in: Would it be better to make our own rules, or adopt theirs?
Adopt
take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect; "His voice took on a sad tone"; "The story took a new turn"; "he adopted an air of superiority"; "She assumed strange manners"; "The gods assume human or animal form in these fables"
Adopt
zaadoptowac [zah-ah-dohp-TOE-vahch] You can see the English word in the Polish word Warning: If you begin reading this dictionary at this point, and you think that all Polish is this easy, get ready for a surprise! Date of entry: 3 January 2001
Adopt
To approve an amendment, motion, or resolution
Adopt
take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities; "When will the new President assume office?"
Adopt
take up and practice as one's own
Adopt
a legal relationship between a child and a parent not related by birth
Adopt
take up the cause, ideology, practice, method, of someone and use it as one's own; "She embraced Catholocism"; "They adopted the Jewish faith"
Adopt
To vote to accept
Adopt
To take by choice into a relationship; to take voluntarily (a child of other natural parents) as one's own child
Adopt
  To vote official approval or acceptance
Adopt
choose and follow; as of theories, ideas, policies, strategies or plans; "She followed the feminist movement"; "The candidate espouses Republican ideals"
Adopt
To choose for yourself
adopt
esp
adopt
If you adopt a new attitude, plan, or way of behaving, you begin to have it. Parliament adopted a resolution calling for the complete withdrawal of troops + adoption adop·tion the adoption of Japanese management practices by British manufacturing
adopt
To take by choice into relationship, as, child, heir, friend, citizen, etc.; esp. to take voluntarily (a child of other parents) to be in the place of or as, ones own child
adopt
take up and practice as one's own choose and follow; as of theories, ideas, policies, strategies or plans; "She followed the feminist movement"; "The candidate espouses Republican ideals
adopt
To take or receive as ones own what is not so naturally; to select and take or approve; as, to adopt the view or policy of another; these resolutions were adopted
adopt
to take voluntarily (a child of other parents) to be in the place of, or as, one's own child
adopt
take into one's family; "They adopted two children from Nicaragua"
adopt
To take by choice into relationship, as, child, heir, friend, citizen, etc
adopt
take into one's family; "They adopted two children from Nicaragua" take up and practice as one's own choose and follow; as of theories, ideas, policies, strategies or plans; "She followed the feminist movement"; "The candidate espouses Republican ideals
adopt
If you adopt someone else's child, you take it into your own family and make it legally your son or daughter. There are hundreds of people desperate to adopt a child The adopted child has the right to see his birth certificate. + adopter adopters adopt·er A social worker is appointed to interview the prospective adopters. + adoption adoptions adop·tion They gave their babies up for adoption
adoptions
plural of adoption
for adoption
available to be taken and raised as one's own (of a child by a family)
open adoption
An adoption arrangement in which contact between the adoptive and biological parents is allowed or maintained
adoption