affirmative

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İngilizce - Türkçe
olumlu

Tom olumlu cevap verdi. - Tom answered in the affirmative.

Tom olumlu olarak başını salladı. - Tom nodded affirmatively.

(Kanun) müsbet
olumlayıcı
(Felsefe) evetleyici
{i} olumlu cevap

Tom olumlu cevap verdi. - Tom answered in the affirmative.

tasdik edilen
{s} doğrulayan
{s} doğrulayıcı
in the affirmative ispat ve tasdik anlamında
olumlu cevap a decided affirmative kuvvetli ve olumlu karar
(isim) olumlu cevap
kesin
(Kanun) tasdik eden kişi
positive
pozitif

Rönesans ile skolastik düşünce yerini pozitif düşünceye bırakmıştır. - With Renaissance, scholastic ideas gave place to positive ideas.

Tom HIV pozitif olduğunu sadece bugün öğrendi. - Tom just found out today that he is HIV positive.

affirm
doğrulamak
affirmative action
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim,Politika, Siyaset) olumlayıcı eylem
affirmative defense
(Kanun) karşı cevap layihası
affirmative defense
(Kanun) karşı ispat layihası
affirmative vote
(Ticaret) müspet oy
affirmative sentence
olumlu tümce
affirmative sentence
olumlu cümle
affirmative action
Pozitif ayrımcılık
affirmative conflict of venue
(Kanun) yetkide icabı ihtilaf
affirmative conflict of venue
(Kanun) olumlu yetki uyuşmazlığı
affirmative flag
(Askeri) evet sancağı
affirmative reply
(Politika, Siyaset) onaylayıcı yanıt
affirm
beyan etmek
affirm
ileri sürmek
affirm
iddia etmek
affirm
bildirmek
affirm
{f} söylemek
affirm
olumlamak
affirm
söz vermek
affirm
tekrarlamak
affirmative action
(Politika, Siyaset) olumlu eylem
positive
(Matematik) artı nicelik
positive
(Matematik) sıfırdan büyük nicelik
positive
faydalı
positive
zait
affirm
tekrar söylemek
affirm
doğrula

Onun masum olduğunu doğruladım. - I affirmed that he was innocent.

Kazayı gördüğünü doğruladı. - He affirmed that he saw the crash.

affirmatively
doğrulayarak
positive
hastalık belirtisi gösteren
positive
emin

Onun bitirdiğinden eminim. - I am positive that he has finished.

Tom Mary'nin sahip olduğu kameranın onunki olduğundan emindi ama değildi. - Tom was positive that the camera Mary had was his, but it wasn't.

answer in the affirmative
olumlu cevap vermek
a decided affirmative
kuvvetli ve olumlu karar
affirm
demek
affirm
{f} onaylamak
affirm
tasvip etmek affirmable iddia olunabilir
affirm
{f} doğrulamak, tasdik etmek
affirm
bildir
affirm
ispat etmek
affirmatively
onaylayarak
affirmatively
olumlu olarak

Tom olumlu olarak başını salladı. - Tom nodded affirmatively.

answer the affirmative
olumlu cevap vermek
in the affirmative
olumlu olarak
in the affirmative
onaylayarak
positive
sarih
positive
{s} dogmatik
positive
vazıh
positive
{s} kesin, mutlak: positive proof kesin delil
positive
elek

Pozitif elektrota katot adı verilir. - The positive electrode is called the cathode.

Negatif elektronlar pozitif elektronlar çekerler. - Negative electrons attract positive electrons.

positive
olumlu, artı
positive
{s} belirgin
positive
{s} mutlâk
positive
foto
positive
{s} tam
positive
(isim) pozitif, olumlu derece, kesin şey, pozitif görüntü (film)
positive
{s} gerçek: a positive
reply in the affirmative
olumlu yanıt vermek
İngilizce - İngilizce
Yes; an answer that shows agreement or acceptance

10-4 good buddy. That's an affirmative - the tractor trailer is in the ditch at the side of the highway.

pertaining to any assertion or active confirmation that favors a particular result
An answer that shows agreement or acceptance
positive
An assertion

that every hare is both male and female, beside the vulgar opinion, was the affirmative of Archelaus, of Plutarch, Philostratus, and many more.

pertaining to truth; asserting that something is
answering yes; to a question at issue
{n} that which affirms, opposed to negative
{a} that affirms or declares
(1) asserting that something is true as represented; confirming; (2) responding with the word 'yes' or a phrase such as 'we will'
expecting the best; "an affirmative outlook"
Yes
the side that advocates change through the adoption of the resolution The Affirmative must present a reasonable interpretation of the resolution through an adequate definition of terms and/or operationally define the resolution in the Aff plan The affirmative must overcome the presumption for the status quo with a prima facie case
An affirmative word or gesture indicates that you agree with what someone has said or that the answer to a question is `yes'. Haig was desperately eager for an affirmative answer negative + affirmatively af·firma·tive·ly `Is that clear?' Bob nodded his head affirmatively
affirming or giving assent; "an affirmative decision"; "affirmative votes"; "an affirmative nod"; "an affirmatory gesture"
Positive; a term applied to quantities which are to be added, and opposed to negative, or such as are to be subtracted
Expressing the agreement of the two terms of a proposition
supporting a policy or attitude etc; "an affirmative argument"
That affirms; asserting that the fact is so; declaratory of what exists; answering "yes"
{i} positive statement
Confirmative; ratifying; as, an act affirmative of common law
Positive; dogmatic
That which affirms as opposed to that which denies; an affirmative proposition; that side of question which affirms or maintains the proposition stated; opposed to negative; as, there were forty votes in the affirmative, and ten in the negative
In grammar, an affirmative clause is positive and does not contain a negative word. negative. an affirmative answer or action means 'yes' or shows agreement   negative. answer/reply in the affirmative to say 'yes' answer/reply in the negative negative (2)
That affirms; asserting that the fact is so; declaratory of what exists; answering "yes" to a question; opposed to negative; as, an affirmative answer; an affirmative vote
If you reply to a question in the affirmative, you say `yes' or make a gesture that means `yes'. He asked me if I was ready. I answered in the affirmative
{s} favorable; positive
expecting the best; "an affirmative outlook
A word or phrase expressing affirmation or assent; as, yes, that is so, etc
a reply of affirmation; "he answered in the affirmative" affirming or giving assent; "an affirmative decision"; "affirmative votes"; "an affirmative nod"; "an affirmatory gesture" supporting a policy or attitude etc; "an affirmative argument" expecting the best; "an affirmative outlook
to a question; opposed to negative; as, an affirmative answer; an affirmative vote
a reply of affirmation; "he answered in the affirmative"
affirmative action
A policy or program providing advantages for people of a minority group who are seen to have traditionally been discriminated against, with the aim of creating a more egalitarian society through preferential access to education, employment, health care, social welfare, etc
affirmative defense
A defense against a suit or criminal charge that asserts mitigating facts rather than contesting the main fact of the allegation
affirmative sentence
: A sentence that affirms (rather than negates) a proposition
affirmative waste
Any structural change made to an estate in land that intentionally or negligently causes harm to the estate or depletes its resources, unless this depletion is a continuation of a pre-existing use
affirmative action
Action favouring those who tend to suffer from discrimination
affirmative easement
An easement in law is a privilege to do something on the land of another or to do something on one’s own land that would otherwise be actionable by one’s neighbours
affirmative action
any action intended to correct effects of past discrimination, to eliminate present discrimination, or to prevent discrimination for the future
affirmative action
Measures taken to correct the effects of past discrimination in hiring and promotion
affirmative action
* Positive steps to enhance the diversity of some group, often to remedy the cumulative effect of subtle as well as gross expressions of prejudice When numerical goals are set, they are set according to the group's representation in the applicant pool rather than the group's representation in the general population For example, a medical school with an affirmative action program would seek to admit members of an underrepresented group in proportion to their representation in the population of those who had completed pre-medical requirements and wished to attend medical school Affirmative action should be distinguished from reparations
affirmative action
encouragement of increased representation of women and minorities in employment (or universities, etc.)
affirmative action
Affirmative action is the policy of giving jobs and other opportunities to members of groups such as racial minorities or women who might not otherwise have them. A policy or a program that seeks to redress past discrimination through active measures to ensure equal opportunity, as in education and employment. the practice of choosing people for a job, college etc who are usually treated unfairly because of their race, sex etc British Equivalent: positive discrimination. In the U.S., the effort to improve the employment and educational opportunities of women and members of minority groups through preferential treatment in job hiring, college admissions, the awarding of government contracts, and the allocation of other social benefits. First undertaken at the federal level following passage of the landmark Civil Rights Act of 1964, affirmative action was designed to counteract the lingering effects of generations of past discrimination. The main criteria for inclusion in affirmative action programs are race, sex, ethnic origin, religion, disability, and age. The Supreme Court of the United States placed important limitations on affirmative action programs in its 1978 ruling in Regents of the University of California v. Bakke; several subsequent Supreme Court decisions (e.g., Adarand Constructors v. Pena in 1995 and Texas v. Hopwood in 1996) imposed further restrictions. In 1996 California voters passed Proposition 209, which prohibited government agencies and institutions from discriminating against or giving preferential treatment to individuals or groups on the basis of race, sex, colour, ethnicity, or national origin. Similar measures were subsequently passed in other states. In 2002, in two landmark rulings involving admission to the University of Michigan and its law school, the U.S. Supreme Court reaffirmed the constitutionality of affirmative action but ruled that race could not be the preeminent factor in such decisions
affirmative action
United States regulations require employers to prepare affirmative action plans that are intended to provide equal employment representation within their workforce, with respect to ethnicity, gender and age
affirmative action
Results-oriented actions a contractor (such as the University), by virtue of its federal contracts, must take to ensure Equal Employment Opportunity
affirmative action
program in areas such as employment and education to provide more opportunities for members of groups that faced discrimination in the past
affirmative action
the effort made by an employer to increase employment opportunities for people who belong to a visible minority who are not adequately represented in the firm's labour force In the U S , legislation has mandated that certain groups, such as Afro-Americans, will receive this protection in the workplace
affirmative action
A program designed to increase the participation rates of targeted groups
affirmative action
A set of proactive measures to counteract the effects of past and present discrimination, intended or unintended, in employment and program delivery The groups protected by a series of federal legislation include: women, Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, Native Americans, Vietnam era veterans, special disabled veterans, and individuals with disabilities
affirmative action
Action taken by a government or private institution to make up for past discrimination in education, work, or promotion on the basis of gender, race, ethnic origin, religion, or disability
affirmative action
A program that became law with the passage of the Equal Employment Opportunity Act of 1972, whereby employers, labor unions, employment agencies, and labor management apprenticeship programs must actively seek to eliminate minorities Although Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 had outlawed future discriminations in employment practices, it had done nothing to redress already existing imbalances The 1972 law, later strengthened by executive orders, requires employers to draw up a detailed written plan for equalizing economic salaries, training programs, fringe benefits and other conditions of employment These plans included numerical goals and timetables for achieving such changes
affirmative action
Positive efforts to recruit minority group members or women for jobs, promotions, and educational opportunities (See 233, 371)
affirmative action
affirmative action refers to active efforts to locate and hire members of underrepresented groups
affirmative action
Positive steps to enhance the diversity of some group, often to remedy the cumulative effect of subtle as well as gross expressions of prejudice When numerical goals are set, they are set according to the group's representation in the applicant pool rather than the group's representation in the general population For example, a medical school with an affirmative action program would seek to admit members of an underrepresented group in proportion to their representation in the population of those who had completed pre-medical requirements and wished to attend medical school Affirmative action should be distinguished from reparations
affirmative action
The use of racial, ethnic or linguistic preferences in recruitment to jobs, hiring, admissions and contracting This positive discrimination favours those who tend to (or could) suffer from discrimination
affirmative action
Methods used to achieve the objectives of the military equal opportunity program Processes, activities, and systems designed to prevent, identify, and eliminate unlawful discriminatory treatment as it affects the recruitment, training, assignment, utilization, promotion, and retention of military personnel
affirmative action
Government programs intended to assure minorities of equal hiring, educational, and other admission opportunities Introduced in the United States by President Johnson under the Civil Rights Act, signed on July 02nd, 1964 First enforced on September 24th, 1965 under Executive Order 11246
affirmative action
(p 352) Employment activities designed to "right past wrongs" by increasing opportunities for minorities and women
affirmative action
Proactive action to accomplish the purposes of a program which is designed to increase the employment opportunities of certain groups, which may involve goals, timetables, or specifically outlined steps to be undertaken to assure that objectives are reached The Americans with Disabilities Act does not mandate affirmative action for persons with disabilities, but does require that covered entities ensure nondiscrimination Title 5, Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act does require that affirmative action be taken in employment of persons with disabilities by Federal contractors
affirmative action
a policy designed to redress past discrimination against women and minority groups through measures to improve their economic and educational opportunities; "affirmative action has been extremely controversial and was challenged in 1978 in the Bakke decision
affirmative action
This federal law was designed to end discrimination against minorities, and it requires that minority students and job applicants receive the same opportunities as other students and job applicants The statements declaring businesses to be equal opportunity employers and schools to provide equal opportunity education, comply with affirmative action
affirmative action
Those positive steps taken by an employer to ensure the provision of equal employment opportunity Affirmative action regulations cover minority persons, women, persons with disabilities, Vietnam-era veterans, and special disabled veterans
affirmative action
the steps taken by companies to eliminate the barriers of discrimination that prevent equal opportunity employment to all minorities
affirmative action
actions by employers to seek out actively minorities and women for jobs and to provide them with training and other opportunities for promotion
affirmative action
A policy seeking to compensate victims of previous racial and sexual discrimination, to remedy lingering effects of such discrimination, or to combat ongoing institutionalized and unintentional discriminatory practices by providing reverse preferences favoring members of classes previously disadvantaged
affirmative covenant
A bond covenant that specifies certain actions the firm must take
affirmative covenant
A bond covenant that specifies certain actions the firm must take [Harvey]
affirmative defense
A defense raised in a responsive pleading (answer) relating a new matter as a defense to the complaint; affirmative defenses might include contributory negligence or estopped in civil actions; in criminal cases insanity, duress, or self-defense might be used
affirmative defense
A defense which does not necessarily refute an allegation but offers new matter which may defeat the right to recovery
affirmative defense
In criminal law, a defense asserted by a defendant, who has the burden of producing the evidence to support it In civil cases, an affirmative defense may be asserted by a defendant or by a plaintiff in opposition to a counterclaim An affirmative defense must be established by a preponderance of the evidence and the party asserting it has the burden of proof
affirmative defense
(Confession and avoidance) A defense that concedes allegations of the complaint but that pleads facts that nullify any implication of wrongdoing or liability A familiar example is the defense of payment to a suit on a debt (I owed the debt, but I paid it in full)
affirmative defense
New evidence offered by the defendant in an action which my serve to prove a new fact While not denying the charge, the defendant presents this evidence to avoid judgment against him or her A classic example of this is the entrapment defense
affirmative defense
A defense raised in a responsive pleading, for example, an answer, concerning a matter raised in a pleading; affirmative defenses include contributory negligence or estoppel in civil actions and in criminal cases insanity, duress or self-defense
affirmative defense
When a defendant or person responding to a civil case has a reason that would make him or her "not guilty" or not at fault and gives the court new evidence to prove that The defense has to prove what it says (called "burden of proof") The defense has to explain this defense in their answer
affirmative defense
A defense that a defendant can raise and that, if proved, will overcome the plaintiff’s cause of action Usually, a defendant must plead an affirmative defense in the answer he files in response to the plaintiff’s complaint
affirmative defense
Without denying the charge, the defendant raises circumstances such as insanity, self-defense, or entrapment to avoid civil or criminal responsibility
affirmative defense
A document, filed with a court, stating a defendant's defenses to a lawsuit, or a plaintiff's defenses to a countersuit
affirmative obligations
Requirements imposed on Nasdaq Market Makers by NASD These include quoting firm prices, making two-sided markets on a continuous basis, participating in the Small Order Execution System, and reporting price and volume data for each transaction in a Nasdaq security within 90 seconds of execution (See Market Maker, Small Order Execution System, two-sided market)
affirmative obligations
Requirements imposed on Nasdaq Market Makers by the NASD These include quoting firm prices, making two-sided markets on a continuous basis, participating in the Small Order Execution System, and reporting price and volume data for each transaction in a Nasdaq security within 90 seconds of execution (See Market Maker, Small Order Execution System, two-sided market)
affirmative pleading
any defensive pleading that affirms facts rather than merely denying the facts alleged by the plaintiff
affirm
{f} confirm; claim; state to be true
affirm
{v} to declare, avouch, confirm
affirmatively
{a} positively, absolutely, in favor of confirming
Affirm
To confirm, ratify, verify and accept a transaction, which can be cancelled
Affirm
Authorized and unissued stock
Affirm
The ruling of an appellate court that the judgment of a lower court is proper and should not be overturned
Affirm
To make a solemn (serious) statement
Affirm
To confirm, to aver, to ratify, to verify To make a declaration
Affirm
The Tribunal may affirm a decision under review This means that the original decision still stands
Affirm
To approve or uphold a lower court's judgment
Affirm
To make a solemn, formal declaration under the penalty of perjury that certain statements are true An affirmation is legally equivalent to an oath and may be substituted for an oath when a document requires an oath for its execution, i e , an affidavit
Affirm
To confirm, to aver, to ratify, to verify
Affirm
Ratification of a voidable contract by the party who is to be bound under the contract
Affirm
establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts; "his story confirmed my doubts"; "The evidence supports the defendant"
Affirm
(1)modus ponens(2)affirm the consequent
Affirm
Declare or state positively Confirm or ratify
Affirm
The ruling of an appellate court that the judgment of a lower is correct and should stand
Affirm
to uphold, approve or confirm
Affirm
To swear or promise to tell the truth, or that a fact or statement offered is true
Affirm
To approve, agree or uphold And cross-reference
Affirm
To make a solemn declaration; an oath used when a person does not want to swear to the truth of something
Affirm
The act of an appellate body upholding a decision of a trial court, an adjudication committee or a lower appellate court is called affirming the decision
affirm
To agree, verify or concur; to answer positively
affirm
to assert or confirm, as a judgment, decree, or order, brought before an appellate court for review
affirm
To support or encourage
affirm
To declare or assert positively
affirm
To declare, as a fact, solemnly, under judicial sanction
affirm
If you affirm that something is true or that something exists, you state firmly and publicly that it is true or exists. The House of Lords affirmed that the terms of a contract cannot be rewritten retrospectively. a speech in which he affirmed a commitment to lower taxes `This place is a dump,' affirmed Miss T. = assert + affirmation affirmations af·fir·ma·tion The ministers issued an affirmation of their faith in the system
affirm
to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true; "Before God I swear I am innocent"
affirm
to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true; "Before God I swear I am innocent" say yes to
affirm
If an event affirms something, it shows that it is true or exists. Everything I had accomplished seemed to affirm that opinion. = confirm + affirmation af·fir·ma·tion The high turnout was an affirmation of the importance that the voters attached to the election
affirm
say yes to
affirm
To assert positively; to tell with confidence; to aver; to maintain as true; opposed to deny
affirm
To make a solemn declaration, before an authorized magistrate or tribunal, under the penalties of perjury; to testify by affirmation
affirm
See Affirmation, 4
affirmatively
In an affirmative manner; on the affirmative side of a question; in the affirmative; opposed to negatively
affirmatively
In an affirming manner
affirmatively
positively
affirmatives
plural of affirmative
in the affirmative
positively
affirmative