agency

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İngilizce - Türkçe
acenta

En yakın seyahat acentası nerede? - Where is the closest travel agency?

Bir seyahat acentasına soracağız. - We will ask at a travel agency.

tecimyerlik
kuruluş
eylemlilik
(Tıp) instans
(Ticaret) büro

Tom bir çeviri bürosu için çalışıyor. - Tom works for a translation agency.

delalet
aktör

Bir yetenek ajansı aktörleri temsil eder. - A talent agency represents actors.

temsilci
aracılık
acentelik
{i} acente; ajans: travel agency seyahat acentesi. news agency haber ajansı
(Askeri) MAKAM, BÜRO, DAİRE: Hava karargahında, bir üst adına veya yerine iş görme yetkisi verilmiş büro veya teşkil
{i} ajans

Bir reklam ajansının temel işi nasıl bir isteğin bir ihtiyaca çevrileceğini bulmaktır. - The basic job of an advertising agency is to figure out how to turn a desire into a need.

Tom bir reklamcılık ajansında başladı. - Tom started an advertising agency.

{i} devlet dairesi
(Avrupa Birliği) kurum,ajans, daire,birim
{i} vasıta
{i} organ
(Politika, Siyaset) birim
(Kanun) temsil
komisyonculuk
(İnşaat) vekalet
(Politika, Siyaset) kurum

Bir iş bulmak, bir iş bulma kurumu olmadan zor olabilir. - Finding a job can be difficult without the help of an employment agency.

ajanlık
agency of communications
(Askeri) muhabere bürosu
agency security
güvenlik acentesi
agency coordinator
ajans koordinatörü
agency employment
Bir kurumun iş bulması, işe yerleştirmesi işi
agency fee
ajans ücreti
agency of
Kurumu'nun
agency problem
ajans problem
agency trade
(Ticaret) A buy or sell order that iş initiated by a brokerage firm on behalf of a customer. An agency trade iş in contrast to a trade that iş initiated directly by the customer. İf a customer has given a brokerage firm discretion to manage his or her account, then any trades from that account are agency trades
agency agreement
(Reklam) ajans sözleşmesi
agency and institute
kurum ve kuruluş
agency authorized by law
(Kanun) kanunla yetkili kılman mercii
agency business
acentelik
agency business
aracılık
agency cm
(İnşaat) vekaleten proje yönetimi
agency compensating sum
(Ticaret) aracı denkleştirme ödemesi
agency costs
(Ticaret) vekille yönetme maliyeti
agency fund
(Ticaret) acenta fonu
agency list
(Askeri) acenta listesi
agency news
(Basın) ajans haberi
agency of communications
(Askeri) MUHABERE BÜROSU, İRTİBAT BÜROSU: Bünyesinde muhabere için gerekli personel ve malzeme bulunduran ve bu personel veya malzemeden biri veya her ikisi ile haberleşme temin eden bir tesis
agency officers
(Ticaret) ajans yetkilileri
agency services manager
(Askeri) acenta hizmetleri müdürü
agency shop
(Ticaret) temsilci bürosu
agency without authority
(Kanun) yetkisiz temsil
ad agency
reklam şirketi
collection agency
(Askeri) toplama teşkilatı
creative agency
(Reklam) kreatif ajans
development agency
kalkınma ajansı
employment agency
özel istihdam bürosu
government agency
devlet müessesesi
intelligent agency
(Turizm) akıllı acenta
intervention agency
(Politika, Siyaset) müdahale kurumu
modelling agency
mankenlik ajansı
principal agency
(Ticaret) ana acentalık
real estate agency
emlakçı
set up an agency
acente kurmak
Anatolia News Agency
Anadolu Ajansı
advertising agency
reklam ajansı
contracting agency review
sözleşme temsilcisi değerlendirmesi
credit agency
kredi kurumu
employment agency
iş ve işçi bulma kurumu
enquiry agency
istihbarat ajanı
foreign agency
dış temsilci
forwarding agency
nakliyat şirketi
news agency
haber ajansı
service agency
hizmet acentesi
sole agency
genel acentelik
the term contracting agency
sözleşme temsilcisi terimi
ticket agency
bilet gişesi
tourism agency
turizm acentası
tourist agency
seyahat acentası
travel agency
seyahat acentası
administrative agency
idari ajansı
aid agency
yardım kuruluşu
banking regulatory and supervisory agency
Bankacılık Düzenleme ve Denetleme Kurumu
cadastral agency
Tapu-kadastro dairesi
consultant agency
Danışmanlık acentesi
dating agency
dating ajansı
detective agency
Dedektiflik ajansı
employment service agency
iş bulma bürosu
environment agency
Çevre Ajansı
improvement development agency
iyileşme kalkınma ajansı
logistic agency (dla) reserve
lojistik ajansı (dla) rezerv
nuclear energy agency
nükleer enerji ajansı
rating agency
derecelendirme kuruluşu
recruitment agency
İstihdam kurumu

private recruitment agencys are independent companies,and employers have to pay these agencies for each employee they successfully provide.

relief agency
Yardım teşkilatı
security agency
(İdari Yönetim) Emniyet makamı
united nations agency
birleşmiş milletler ajansı
Air Force Weather Agency Dial In Subsystem
(Askeri) Hava Kuvvetleri Meteoroloji Dairesi Alt Sistemde Çağrı
Defense Intelligence Agency manual; Defense Intelligence Agency memorandum
(Askeri) Savunma İstihbarat Teşkilatı Talimnamesi; Savunma İstihbarat Teşkilatı Muhtırası
Defense Security Assistance Agency
(Askeri) Savunma Bakanlığı Güvenlik Yardım Dairesi
Defense Security Cooperation Agency
(Askeri) Savunma Bakanlığı Güvenlik İşbirliği Dairesi
Defense Threat Reduction and Treaty Compliance Agency
(Askeri) Savunma Bakanlığı Tehdit Azaltma Ve Anlaşmaya Uyum Dairesi
International Development Cooperation Agency
(Askeri) Uluslar Arası Kalkınma İşbirliği Teşkilatı
Military Postal Service Agency
(Askeri) Askeri Posta Servisi Teşkilatı
army security agency
(Askeri) ORDU HABERLEŞME EMNİYETİ TEŞKİLATI
general agency
(Ticaret) genel temsilci
international Atomic Energy Agency
(Nükleer Bilimler) UAEA, Uluslararası Atom Enerjisi Ajansı
news agency
ajans
other government agency
(Askeri) diğer hükümet kuruluşu
port agency
(Askeri) LİMAN BÜROSU: Ulaştırma bölgesinin (transportation zone) bir sahra bürosu. Bu büro; yabancı yardımı ve karşılıklı hava sevkiyatı kategorisine giren ikmal maddeleri ve teçhizatın ithal ve ihraç edilmesiyle ilgili sevkiyatı yapar ve Kara Kuvvetleri Komutanlığı tarafından verilen yetki dahilinde, sevkiyatı ilgilendiren işlerle meşgul olur
İngilizce - İngilizce
The faculty of acting or of exerting power; the state of being in action; action; instrumentality

The superintendence and agency of Providence in the natural world. --Woodward.

A bond issued by a US government-backed entity, such as Fannie Mae
The place of business of an agent
The office of an agent, or factor; the relation between a principal and his agent; business of one entrusted with the concerns of another
{a} advanced in age or years, old, ancient
{n} business performed by an agent, action, operation, instrumentality
a business that serves other businesses
(OMB Circular A-130) Any executive department, military department, government corporation, government controlled corporation, or other establishment in the executive branch of the Federal Government, or any independent regulatory agency Within the Executive Office of the President, the term includes only OMB and the Office of Administration
Legal relationship between a principal and agent arising from a contract in which the principal engages the agent to perform certain acts on the principal's behalf
how a result is obtained or an end is achieved; "a means of control"; "an example is the best agency of instruction"; "the true way to success"
the state of serving as an official and authorized delegate or agent
A relationship created when one person, the principal, delegates to another, the agent, the right to act on his or her behalf in business transactions and to exercise some degree of discretion while so acting An agency gives rise to a fiduciary relationship and imposes on the agent, as the fiduciary of the principal, certain duties, obligations, and high standards of good faith and loyalty (See agent, fiduciary, dual agency, buyer's broker)
An organization beholden with the responsibility to design, produce and manage the advertising for its customers Agencies that handle digital creative and online campaigns are typical called interactive agencies Many agencies handle both interactive and traditional media
An agency relationship is created when you appoint someone to act on your behalf In so doing, the agent then becomes bound by certain fiduciary duties, which include obedience, loyalty, disclosure, confidentiality, accountability and reasonable care and diligence An agency relationship can be created by a desire to be represented and a consent to represent, however it is more often created as a result of a listing agreement or a buyer representation agreement
The relationship between a party who acts on behalf of another, and the principal on whose behalf the agent acts In agency relationships, the principal retains legal title to property or other assets
(a) Any agency, department, board, commission, or authority of the Commonwealth (b) Agency shall not be considered to include a Federal, municipal, r regional agency, department, board, commission or authority, unless it is: 1 a municipal redevelopment agency created or acting in accordance with M G L c 121A or c 121B; or 2 any other authority of any political subdivision of the Commonwealth that is created or acting specifically as an authority in accordance with applicable statutes
A relationship created when one person, the "principal," delegates to another, the "agent," the right to act on the principal's behalf in business transactions and to exercise some degree of discretion while so acting An agency gives rise to a fiduciary relationship and imposes on the agent, as the fiduciary of the principal, certain duties, obligations and high standards of good faith and loyalty
an administrative unit of government; "the Central Intelligence Agency"; "the Census Bureau"; "Office of Management and Budget"; "Tennessee Valley Authority"
The relationship between two people or entities where one is a principal and the other is an agent representing the principal in activities with other parties, such as a real estate agent buying or selling for a client
Any department, agency, or instrumentality of the United States Government, or a corporation owned or controlled by the Government of the United States The term agency does not include a Federal Reserve Bank
The relationship between a person (the Principal) and another person (the Agent) who was appointed, selected, empowered, given authority by the Principal to represent the interests of the Principal in dealings with third parties and to bind the Principal to statements, warranties or contracts
A relationship created when one person (the principal) delegates to another (the agent) the fight to act on his or her behalf in business transactions
A relationship created when one person, the principal, delegates to another, the agent, the right to act on his/her behalf in business transactions and to excuse some degree of disaction while so acting
means any executive agency or military department (as defined in 5 U S C 105 and 102, respectively), the Government Printing Office, and the Library of Congress
the state of being in action or exerting power; "the agency of providence"; "she has free agency"
An agency of state government means a department, commission, board, office, council, or other entity in the executive or judicial branch of government that is created by the constitution or a statute of this state, including a university system or institution of higher education as defined by Section 61 003, Education Code
The term "agency" signifies relations existing between two parties by which one is authorized to perform or transact certain business for the other; also applies to the office of the agent
Executive agencies as defined in Section 102 of Title 5, U S Code (including those with employees and applicants for employment who are paid from nonappropriated funds), the United States Postal Service, the Postal Rate Commission, and those units of the legislative and judicial branches of the Federal government having positions in the competitive service
A relationship between two or more persons whereby one is authorized to act for another
The relationship between principal and agent that arises out of a contract either expressed or implied, written or oral, wherein an agent is employed by a person to do certain acts on the person's behalf in dealing with a third party For example, when you ask Sumitomo to sell your home, there is an agency relationship between you and Sumitomo
(a) The relationship that exists when a person, known as the principal, contracts to another, the agent, to perform an act in that person's stead (b) Common term for a firm offering representation
The relationship between an agent and principal One who represents another from whom he has derived authority
The legal relationship between buyer or seller and their authorized representative agent
The legal relationship between an agent and a principal See agency relationship
A relationship in which the agent is given the authority to act on behalf of another person (Principal)
The relationship resulting from mutual consent between the principal and his or her agent that the agent will act on the principal’s behalf and subject to his or her control
The place of business of am agent
{i} franchise; bureau; office; means of action, method
a business that serves other businesses an administrative unit of government; "the Central Intelligence Agency"; "the Census Bureau"; "Office of Management and Budget"; "Tennessee Valley Authority"
An agency is a government organization responsible for a certain area of administration. the government agency which monitors health and safety at work in Britain. In law, a relationship in which one party (the agent) acts on behalf of and under the control of another (the principal) in dealing with third parties. It has its roots in ancient servant-master relations. Agency becomes a legal issue when the agent injures or wrongs a third party. In Anglo-American law, principals are bound by and liable for the acts of such agents as stockbrokers, business agents, contractors, real-estate agents, lawyers, union representatives, managing partners, and private detectives. See also regulatory agency. Central Intelligence Agency Environmental Protection Agency European Space Agency ESA International Atomic Energy Agency mercantile agency National Security Agency news agency Pinkerton National Detective Agency Railway Express Agency regulatory agency
An agency is a business which provides a service on behalf of other businesses. We had to hire maids through an agency. see also advertising agency, employment agency, press agency, travel agency
the state of being in action or exerting power; "the agency of providence"; "she has free agency
The office of an agent, or factor; the relation between a principal and his agent; business of one intrusted with the concerns of another
agentship
agency problem
(Finans) Also sometimes referred to as the principal-agent problem. The difficult but extremely important and recurrent organizational design problem of how organizations can structure incentives so that people ("agents") who are placed in control over resources that are not their own with a contractual obligation to use these resources in the interests of some other person or group of people actually will perform this obligation as promised -- instead of using their delegated authority over other people's resources to feather their own nests at the expense of those whose interests they are supposed to be serving (their "principals"). Enforcing such contracts will involve transaction costs (often referred to as agency costs), and these costs may sometimes be very high indeed
agency theory
The analysis of principal-agent relationships , in which one person, an agent, acts on behalf of another person, a principal
Agency for International Development
AID a US government department that provides money to help poorer countries
Agency for International Development
organization which promotes development in foreign countries
agency costs
The incremental costs of having an agent make decisions for a principal [Harvey]
agency costs
costs that owners (principals) have to incur in order to ensure that their agents (managers) make financial decisions consistent with their best interests
agency costs
The incremental costs of having an agent make decisions for a principal
agency costs
The costs borne by stockholders to minimize agency problems (Chapter 1)
agency costs
Assignment
agency costs
are the sum of opportunity costs of misbehavior and out-of-pocket costs for incentives and monitoring performance
agency fee
Fee payable by a shipowner or ship operator to a port agent
agency fee
The fee that non-union individuals pay for collective bargaining-related services the union is required to provide to them under New York State statute It is equivalent to membership dues; however, there is a refund of the part of the fee that the union uses for political and ideological purposes only incidentally related to the terms and conditions of employment
agency fee
Fee payable by a ship owner or ship operator to a port agent
agency fee
A fee charged to the ship by the ship's agent, representing payment for services while the ship was in port Sometimes called attendance fee
agency fee
a fee deducted from the salary of New York State employees who are non-members of the employee organization chosen by their negotiating unit, if any, to represent them for purposes of collective bargaining The fee deduction is equivalent to the dues deducted for members It is considered payment for services or benefits provided to non-members of the employee organization as a result of collective bargaining See related information at: Agency Fee Payroll Deduction
agency law
law that regulates the relations between sender and messenger
agency relationship
A relationship in which an agent is authorized to perform certain acts on behalf of a principal
agency relationship
This type of relationship arises when a donor and an organization or two organizations consent that one shall act for the benefit, and under the direction, of the other (See agent and principal)
agency relationship
The relationship between a firm and its owners, managers, and workers and between a firm and other firms
agency relationship
In law, the relationship between two parties by which one party, the agent, is authorized to perform certain acts on behalf of the other party, the principal
agency relationship
A relation between two parties in which one party (the agent) is authorized by the other party (the principal) to make decisions or take actions for the benefit of the authorizing party
agency shop
An establishment in which a union represents all employees regardless of union membership but requires that nonmembers pay union dues or fees
agency theory
is an economic theory of incentives and behavior based on the relationship between a principal who offers an incentive plan and an agent who accepts the plan to work on behalf of the principal
agency theory
A theoretical model, developed by academics, to explain how the relationship between a principal and an agent may have economic consequences
agency theory
The analysis of principal-agent relationships, wherein one person, an agent, acts on behalf of anther person, a principal
agency theory
The analysis of principal-agent relationships, wherein one person, an agent, acts on behalf of another person, a principal [Harvey] Theory concerning the relationship between principle, e g a shareholder, and an agent of the principal, e g , the company's manager [WCSU]
agency theory
a theory of corporate behaviour in which it is recognized that the manager, as agent, may have differing motives from the owner, as principal
agency theory
Theory concerning the relationship between a principal (shareholder) and an agent of the principal (company's managers) It involves the nature of the costs of resolving conflicts between the principals and agents
Central Intelligence Agency
an independent agency of the United States government responsible for collecting and coordinating intelligence and counterintelligence activities abroad in the national interest
Highways Agency
An executive agency of the Department for Transport in the United Kingdom with responsibility for managing the core road network in England
National Police Agency
Public Security Agency in Japan
dating agency
A business providing a service for people to meet each other for romantic purposes
employment agency
An organisation that matches employers to employees
escort agency
A brothel
escort agency
A company that provides customers with companions for a fee
intelligence agency
A governmental agency that is devoted to the information gathering (known in the context as "intelligence") for purposes of national security and defense
marriage agency
a business that endeavors to introduce men and women for the purpose of marriage, dating or penpals
news agency
An organisation that gathers and distributes news
press agency
An organisation that gathers and distributes news
relief agency
A humanitarian organization trying to bring relief to the poor and needy
syndication agency
A news agency
travel agency
a company that arranges personal travel and accomodation for travellers
travel agency
an agency that arranges personal travel
dating agency
'dating .service a business that helps people to meet other people in order to have a romantic relationship
Nuclear Energy Agency
The Nuclear Energy Agency is an intergovernmental multinational agency that is organized under the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Originally formed on 1 February 1958 with the name European Nuclear Energy Agency (ENEA) (the United States participated as an Associate Member), the name was changed in 1972 to its current name after Japan became a member
federal agency
(İdari Yönetim) An administrative unit of government
law enforcement agency
An agency responsible for insuring obedience to the laws
online dating agency
A Net dating service, also known as online dating or Internet dating, is an example of a dating system and allows individuals, couples and groups to meet online and possibly develop a romantic or sexual relationship. Net dating services provide un-moderated matchmaking through the use of personal computers, the Internet, or even cell phones
regulatory agency
(Kanun) Independent government commission charged by the legislature with setting and enforcing standards for specific industries in the private sector. The concept was invented by the U.S. government in 1887, and regulatory agencies exist almost exclusively in the U.S. The theory is that a commission of experts on the industry being regulated is better equipped to regulate it than the legislature or executive departments. Designed to operate with a minimum of executive or legislative supervision, agencies have executive, legislative, and judicial functions, and their regulations have the force of law. Important regulatory agencies include the Food and Drug Administration, OSHA, the Federal Communications Commission, and the Securities and Exchange Commission
security agency
(İdari Yönetim) A security agency is an organization which conducts intelligence activities for the internal security of a nation, state or organization. They are the domestic cousins of foreign intelligence agencies
Jewish Agency for Israel
international agency that promotes immigration to Israel and the rebuilding of Israel as the Jewish homeland
advertising agency
A marketing specialist firm that assists the advertiser in planning and preparing its advertisements
agencies
Those signatories party to this Protocol which for the time being are prescribed by order of the Secretary of State under a duty to formulate and implement crime and disorder strategies in compliance with the Crime and Disorder Act 1998
agencies
Clarion - Quantm - Anit Advertisers - Solid Action - Continental Advertising - Herald - Fusion - Mode - Garuda
agencies
A colloquial term for securities issued by one of the federal agencies (e g , the Federal National Mortgage Association or the Government National Mortgage Association)
agencies
Shorthand market terminology for any obligation issued by a government-sponsored entity (GSE), or a federally related institution Obligations of GSEs are not guaranteed by the full faith and credit of the US government There are eight GSEs, five of which are currently active in the new issue market The five include
agencies
Federal agency securities
agencies
Debt securities issued by federal government agencies or federally sponsored, but privately owned, agencies
agencies
Those Commonwealth agencies bound by the Policy and listed in the Schedule
agencies
Securities issued by a federal agency
agencies
Federal agency securities [Harvey] slang for securities issued by an agency of the federal government, or a corporation chartered by Congress, such as the FHLMC, FNMA or GNMA [OTS]
agencies
Federal sponsored agency securities including discount notes, or interest bearing notes, and bonds The agencies were created by Congress to reduce the cost of capital for certain borrowing sectors of the economy deemed to be important enough to warrant assistance, such as farmers, homeowners, and students
employment agency
employment office, occupations agency, company which places employees into vacant jobs
land agency
real estate agency, business that sells plots of land
mercantile agency
an organization that provides businesses with credit ratings of other firms; "Dun & Bradstreet is the largest mercantile agency in the United States
relief agency
agency that provides assistance to those in need
sole agency
One real estate agent or agency has exclusive rights to sell a property
united states intelligence agency
an intelligence service in the United States
agency