amend

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} değiştirmek (kanun vb)
{f} düzeltmek
{f} iyileştirmek
(Kanun) yasa maddesini değiştirmek
düzeltici
üzerinde değişiklik yapmak
(Politika, Siyaset) yasa maddesi değiştirmek
(Kanun) tashih etmek
değiştirmek kanun vb
tanzim etmek
değişikliğe gitmek
değiştirmek

Bazı insanlar anayasayı değiştirmek istiyorlar. - Some people want to amend the constitution.

değiştir

Bazı insanlar anayasayı değiştirmek istiyorlar. - Some people want to amend the constitution.

Kadınların oy verebilmesi için anayasa değiştirildi. - The constitution was amended so that women could vote.

değişmek
ıslah etmek
düzelt

Hatanı düzelttiğin için teşekkür ederim. - Thank you for amending that mistake.

Onlar dokümanı düzelttiler. - They amended the document.

değiştirmek değişmek
{f} iyileşmek
farklı bir politika benimseyerek uyguladığı siyasete çeki düzen vermek
(Mukavele) değişiklik yapmak, düzeltnek
{f} düzelmek
{f} (kuralı/tasarıyı) değiştirmek
(Hukuk) getirmek amacıyla
amend to an earlier time
erkene almak
amend to an earlier time
erken bir tarihe almak
amend a clause in the contract
anlaşma maddesini düzeltmek
amend provisions
(Politika, Siyaset) hükümleri değiştirmek
amendment
düzeltme
amendment
iyileştirme
amendment
{i} yasa değişikliği

Bazıları tam vücut tarayıcılarının dördüncü yasa değişikliğini ihlal ettiğini iddia etmektedir. - Some claim that full-body scanners violate the Fourth Amendment.

On üçüncü yasa değişikliği tüm zenci köleleri serbest bıraktı. - The Thirteenth Amendment freed all Negro slaves.

amends
{i} telâfi

Tom telafi etmek için söz verdi. - Tom has promised to make amends.

Tom telafi etmek için ne yaptı? - What has Tom done to make amends?

amends
{i} zararın karşılanması
amended
(Bilgisayar) düzeltildi
amendment
değiştirme
amendment
(Ticaret) değişiklik (kanun vb)
amendment
değişme
amendment
(Kanun) tebdil
amendment
(Ticaret) tadil etme
amendments
değişiklikler
amendable
tadil edilebilir
amendable
düzeltilebilir
amendment
ıslah
amendment
değişiklik

ABD Anayasasında 14. yasa değişiklikliği 1868 yılında onaylanmıştır. - The 14th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified in 1868.

Değişiklik ilk olarak 1789'da önerildi. - The amendment was first proposed in 1789.

amends
telafi etmek

Tom telafi etmek için ne yaptı? - What has Tom done to make amends?

Davranışımı telafi etmek istiyorum. - I want to make amends for my behavior.

amends
ıslah
he promised to amend
onun değiştirilmesi için söz
to amend
değişiklik
adopt and amend
(Askeri) kabul ve tadil etmek
amendable
{s} iyileştirilebilir
amendment
bir kanunu değiştirme
amendment
{i} yasayı değiştirme
amendment
{i} (kuralı/tasarıyı) değiştirme
amendment
(Avrupa Birliği) değiş(tir)me, tadil
amendment
mahkemenin rızası ile davadaki yanlışlığı düzeltme toprağı ıslah etme
amends
ıslah et
amends
tazminat
amends
af dilemek
amends
{i} özür

Tom çaldığı tüm parayı geri vererek özür dilemeye çalıştı. - Tom tried to make amends by giving back all the money he had stolen.

Listemde henüz özür dilemediğim üç kişi var. - There are only three people on my list that I haven't yet made amends to.

amends
make amends for özür dilemek
amends
(Tıp) İyileşme (sağlık)
amends
kusurunu düzeltmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
To make better
To become better
To make a formal alteration in legislation by adding, deleting, or rephrasing
To heal (someone sick); to cure (a disease etc.)

he gave her a vomit, and conveyed a serpent, such as she conceived, into the basin; upon the sight of it she was amended.

{v} to correct, grow better, reform, mend
An action to modify the contents of a bill or question under consideration; the motion to amend is in order at any time prior to final passage, unless the previous question has been ordered
To change the wording or meaning of a motion, bill, constitution, etc by formal procedure For example, Congress may amend the Constitution
set straight or right; "remedy these deficiencies"; "rectify the inequities in salaries"; "repair an oversight"
To change or modify in an attempt to improve, correct, or update
To add to or alter a charge which has been filed
modify or revise, as in: It's time to amend our by-laws
To add to or alter a charge that has been filed
to change
To change, to revise, usually to the wording of a written document such as legislation
v to add to or to change (a proposal or law)
to make better; "The editor improved the manuscript with his changes"
To correct; to change or modify
AMENDMENT
make amendments to; "amend the document"
To alter or change
To alter formally by modification, deletion, or addition
modify or change; under parliamentary procedure, modify a motion by adding, deleting, or substituting words
{f} change, alter; improve; improve oneself
To grow better by rectifying something wrong in manners or morals; to improve
If you amend something that has been written such as a law, or something that is said, you change it in order to improve it or make it more accurate. The president agreed to amend the constitution and allow multi-party elections the amended version of the Act. = revise
make amendments to; "amend the document
To change or modify in any way for the better by simply removing what is erroneous, corrupt, superfluous, faulty, and the like; by supplying deficiencies; by substituting something else in the place of what is removed; to rectify
To make or better
If you make amends when you have harmed someone, you show that you are sorry by doing something to please them. He wanted to make amends for causing their marriage to fail. to correct or make small changes to something that is written or spoken (amender, from emendare; EMEND)
amended
Simple past tense and past participle of amend
amendment
In public bodies; Any alteration made or proposed to be made in a bill or motion that adds, changes, substitutes, or omits
amendment
An addition to and/or alteration to the Constitution

The Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution abolished slavery.

amendment
An alteration or change for the better; correction of a fault or of faults; reformation of life by quitting vices
amends
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of amend
amendable
{a} that may be amended
amendment
{n} a change for the better, a correction
amends
{n} a recompence, a satisfaction
Amendable
capable of being corrected by additions; "an amendable flaw"
Amendment
A proposal to change a procedural motion or proposed legislation Types and versions of amendments include: Committee amendment Recommended changes to a bill, which a committee has agreed upon Each adopted committee amendment accompanies the bill reported favorably out of committee for floor consideration When the bill goes to the floor, the committee amendment must be considered before any other amendment may be taken up Floor amendment A proposal offered by one or more legislators for consideration in the respective chamber Technical amendment A non-substantive amendment used to correct errors such as spelling, numbering, incorrect coding or directory language
Amendment
1) a correction or alteration; 2) formal revision of, addition to, or change of an official document, such as a resolution or constitution; 3) a specific text proposed to revise or alter a document; synonyms include emendation, alteration, change, revision, modification, improvement, correction, rectification
Amendment
a change or addition to an existing law or rule
Amendment
Formal proposal to change the language of a bill after it has been introduced
Amendment
(1) A change made in proposed legislation after it has been formally introduced An amendment may be proposed by the committee to which the bill was referred, or it may be proposed by a Member from the floor of either House when it is brought up for consideration All amendments must be agreed to by a majority of the Members voting in the House where the amendment is proposed (2) A change in the Constitution Such an amendment is usually proposed in the form of a joint resolution of Congress, which may originate in either House If passed, it does not go to the President for his approval but is submitted directly to the States for ratification
Amendment
A proposal by a Member (in committee or floor session of the respective Chamber) to alter the language or provisions of a bill or act It is voted on in the same manner as a bill The Constitution of the United States, as provided in Article 5, may be amended when two thirds of each house of Congress approves a proposed amendment and three fourths of the states thereafter ratify it
Amendment
A formal document which corrects or revises an insurance master policy See also Endorsement and Rider (G)
Amendment
A change (correction, deletion, or addition) to any information contained in an IFB or RFP (or previous amendment thereto) The amendment becomes part of the solicitation and any resulting contract
Amendment
the act of amending or correcting
Amendment
A proposal to change the original terms of a bill
Amendment
A proposal of a member of Congress to alter the language, provisions or stipulations in a bill, resolution, motion, treaty, or other amendment An amendment is usually printed, debated and voted upon in the same manner as a bill
Amendment
Variation in the terms or conditions of any document In the case of Letters of credit, an amendment to a letter of credit is issued by the Issuing bank under the direction of the applicant, and is advised to the Advising bank, following the same route as the original LC
Amendment
An alteration of the language in a bill or resolution, usually proposed by a committee when it reports to the full house for action on its recommendations regarding a bill or resolution
Amendment
A proposal by a member of the Senate or House to alter the language of a bill or act An amendment is considered for approval in the same manner as a bill
Amendment
Change, addition or deletion in the wording of a Bill under consideration either in Committee or in Chamber (See Also Second Reading and Third Reading)
Amendment
Any proposed alteration to a bill or resolution as it moves through the legislative process Amendments to a measure may be proposed by members in their assigned committees or by any member of a chamber during that chamber's second reading or third reading consideration of the measure
Amendment
a change that is made to a bill, act, or to the Constitution
Amendment
—A change to a bill or motion An amendment is debated and voted on in the same manner as a bill
Amendment
a statement that is added to or revises or improves a proposal or document (a bill or constitution etc )
Amendment
A proposal to change or an actual change to a bill, a motion, an act or the U S Constitution
Amendment
A change of a bill, motion, act, or the Constitution
Amendment
An addition to the terms of an agreement See also Modification
Amendment
When a bill is introduced, changes may be offered by legislators to the proposed language as it makes its way through the legislative process - these changes are called amendments There is no limit to the number of amendments that may be offered on any particular bill, but they do not formally become a part of a bill until approved by the full Assembly or Senate
Amendment
A proposal to alter the text of a pending bill or other measure by striking out some of it, by inserting new language, or both Before an amendment becomes part of the measure, the Senate must agree to it
Amendment
mendment
Amendment
Formal proposal to change the language of a bill or resolution after it has been introduced
Amendment
A change or addition to the Constitution
Amendment
A formal written document signed by both the insurance company and the policyholder, which changes the terms of the insurance policy
Amends
something done or paid in expiation of a wrong; "how can I make amends"
Amends
Amend (e-mènd´) verb 1 Compensation for a loss or injury; recompense; reparation
Amends
a sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury
Amends
Changes or modifies
amendable
Capable of being amended
amendable
Capable of being amended; as, an amendable writ or error
amendable
capable of being corrected by additions; "an amendable flaw
amendable
{s} improvable; alterable, modifiable, correctable
amended
past of amend
amended
modified for the better; "his amended ways"
amended
Referring to a version that has been modified from a previous form
amended
of legislation
amender
One who amends
amender
{i} compensator; one who alters; one who improves
amending
present participle of amend
amendment
Correction of an error in a writ or process
amendment
An addition to and/or alteration of the United States Constitution, as in "The First Amendment guarantees the right of free speech
amendment
the act of amending or correcting a statement that is added to or revises or improves a proposal or document a bill or constitution etc
amendment
{i} correction, revision; alteration, change
amendment
In public bodies; Any alternation made or proposed to be made in a bill or motion by adding, changing, substituting, or omitting
amendment
An amendment is a change that is made to a piece of writing. = alteration. a small change, improvement, or addition that is made to a law or document, or the process of doing this
amendment
That which is added; that which is used to increase or supplement something
amendment
An amendment is a section that is added to a law or rule in order to change it. an amendment to the defense bill
amendments
Alterations (such as clarifications or deletions) made to a patent application or to a granted patent specification The description, drawings and claims can all be altered by amendment, either because the applicant wishes to, or because the Office requires it Any amendments must not add any material to the application or specification that was not present when the application was filed
amendments
An amendment is a change to the existing content of a contract Any time words or provisions are added to or deleted from the body of the contract, the contract has been amended
amendments
Additions, deletions, or changes to a legal document All parties to the agreement must formally consent to an amendment by signing it Only then does the amendment become an integral part of the document and is binding on all parties to the original agreement
amendments
Additional written contract obligations added to the original lease during the lease term A lease may have many amendments
amendments
plural of amendment
amendments
Changes to a supplement prior to the effective date or processing by an Alberta Registry Agent
amendments
After the initial escrow instructions have been executed and the parties wish to change the instructions an amendment is prepared and signed Amendments are used in conjunction with the original escrow instructions
amendments
A proposal of a Member of Congress to alter the text of a bill or another amendment An amendment usually is voted on in the same manner as a bill Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute - An amendment which seeks to replace the entire text of an underlying bill The adoption of such an amendment precludes any further amendment to that bill under the regular process (See also: Substitute Amendment) Pro Forma Amendment - A motion whereby a Member secures five minutes to speak on an amendment under debate in the Committee of the Whole The Member gains recognition from the chair by moving to "strike the last word " The motion requires no vote, does not change the amendment under debate, and is deemed automatically withdrawn at the expiration of the five minutes of debate Substitute Amendment - An amendment which replaces the entire text of a pending amendment (Also see "Amendment in the Nature of a Substitute")
amends
Compensation for a loss or injury; recompense; reparation
amends
make amends (to sb/for sth) to do something to show you are sorry for hurting or upsetting someone, especially something that makes it better for them
amends
third-person singular of amend
amends
{i} compensation; atonement
amend