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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} yasa değişikliği

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

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

(Ticaret) tadil etme
(Ticaret) değişiklik (kanun vb)

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.

{i} iyileştirme
(Avrupa Birliği) değiş(tir)me, tadil
{i} (kuralı/tasarıyı) değiştirme
bir kanunu değiştirme
{i} yasayı değiştirme
mahkemenin rızası ile davadaki yanlışlığı düzeltme toprağı ıslah etme
(Kanun) tebdil
amendment file
iyileştirme dosyası
amendment motion
değişiklik önergesi
amendment of law
kanunu değiştirme
amendment record
iyileştirme tutanağı
amendment tape
iyileştirme bandı
amendment of the constitution
Anayasa değişikliği
amendment (in contract)
(Askeri) tadilat (sözleşmede)
amendment file
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) iyileştirme kütüğü
amendment of a law
kanunda değişiklik
amendment of a provision
(Avrupa Birliği) bir hükümde değişiklik
amendment of a provision
(Politika, Siyaset) hükmün tadili
amendment of contract
(Kanun) mukavelenin tebdili
amendment of legal action
(Politika, Siyaset) davanın ıslahı
amendment of treaties
anlaşmaları değiştirme
amendment petition
(Ticaret) ıslah dilekçesi
amendment request
değişiklik talebi
amendment to a treaty
(Politika, Siyaset) antlaşmanın değiştirilmesi
amendment to a treaty
(Politika, Siyaset) antlaşmanın tadili
amendment to the law
(Kanun) kanun değişikliği
{f} değiştirmek (kanun vb)
make amendment
Bkz. make amends
(Kanun) tashih etmek
üzerinde değişiklik yapmak
tanzim etmek
(Politika, Siyaset) yasa maddesi değiştirmek
(Kanun) yasa maddesini değiştirmek
değişikliğe gitmek
değiştirmek kanun vb
implicit amendment
zımni değişiklik
implicit amendment
dolaylı değişiklik
second amendment
(Fizik) 15 Aralık 1791'de kabul edilerek Amerika Birleşik Devletleri anayasasına girmiş, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri vatandaşlarının silah taşıma hakkını koruyan yasa

İnsan hakları beyannamesi ABD Anayasasını değiştirdi. - The Bill of Rights amended the U.S. Constitution.

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


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

ıslah etmek

Onlar dokümanı düzelttiler. - They amended the document.

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

constitutional amendment
Anayasa değişikliği
equal rights amendment
eşit haklar değişiklik
fifth amendment
beşinci değişiklik
first amendment
İlk değişiklik
second amendment
İkinci değişiklik
soil amendment
(Tarım) Toprağın kalitesini artırıcı katkı maddesi
third amendment
Üçüncü değişiklik
twenty-first amendment
Yirmi birinci değişiklik
(Hukuk) getirmek amacıyla
{f} (kuralı/tasarıyı) değiştirmek
(Mukavele) değişiklik yapmak, düzeltnek
farklı bir politika benimseyerek uyguladığı siyasete çeki düzen vermek
değiştirmek değişmek
balanced budget amendment
(Ticaret) denk bütçe düzeltmesi
equal rights amendment
(Politika, Siyaset) eşit haklar tasarısı
move an amendment
değişiklik önerisinde bulunmak
pass the amendment
herhangi bir yasa maddesindeki değişikliğin parlamentodan geçmesi
İngilizce - İngilizce
In public bodies; Any alteration made or proposed to be made in a bill or motion that adds, changes, substitutes, or omits
Correction of an error in a writ or process
That which is added; that which is used to increase or supplement something

a soil amendment.

An alteration or change for the better; correction of a fault or of faults; reformation of life by quitting vices
An addition to and/or alteration to the Constitution

The Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution abolished slavery.

{n} a change for the better, a correction
the act of amending or correcting
A formal written document signed by both the insurance company and the policyholder, which changes the terms of the insurance policy
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)
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
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
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
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
Formal proposal to change the language of a bill or resolution after it has been introduced
An addition to the terms of an agreement See also Modification
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
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
A proposal to change or an actual change to a bill, a motion, an act or the U S Constitution
A change of a bill, motion, act, or the Constitution
A proposal to change the original terms of a bill
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
a change that is made to a bill, act, or to the Constitution
—A change to a bill or motion An amendment is debated and voted on in the same manner as a bill
a statement that is added to or revises or improves a proposal or document (a bill or constitution etc )
(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
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
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
a change or addition to an existing law or rule
Formal proposal to change the language of a bill after it has been introduced
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
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
A formal document which corrects or revises an insurance master policy See also Endorsement and Rider (G)
A change or addition to the Constitution
{i} correction, revision; alteration, change
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
In public bodies; Any alternation made or proposed to be made in a bill or motion by adding, changing, substituting, or omitting
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
An amendment is a section that is added to a law or rule in order to change it. an amendment to the defense bill
An addition to and/or alteration of the United States Constitution, as in "The First Amendment guarantees the right of free speech
amendment of the constitution
change made to the laws of the Constitution
First Amendment
Of or relating to free speech in general

Our First Amendment class discussed the McCain-Feingold Act today, and I'm convinced people who claim money should be granted First Amendment protection are just defending the corrupt status quo of decades past.

First Amendment
Of or relating to the US Bill of Rights
First Amendment
The first of ten amendments to the constitution of the United States, collectively known as the Bill of Rights

Some Republicans believe unlimited monetary contributions to a political party should be protected under the First Amendment.

To become better
To make a formal alteration in legislation by adding, deleting, or rephrasing
To make better
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.

constitutional amendment
a law or change to an existing law that is added to a governing document
friendly amendment
An unopposed amendment to a motion, accepted by the person making the original motion
second amendment
(Fizik) Second Amendment to the United States Constitution protects the right of the people to keep and bear arms and was adopted on December 15, 1791, as part of the first ten amendments contained in the Bill of Rights
{v} to correct, grow better, reform, mend
first amendment
An amendment to the Constitution of the United States guaranteeing the right of free expression; includes freedom of assembly and freedom of the press and freedom of religion and freedom of speech
soil amendment
Substance added to soil to increase its nutritive value, friability, moisture retention, or some other aspect
v to add to or to change (a proposal or law)
to make better; "The editor improved the manuscript with his changes"
to change
To alter formally by modification, deletion, or addition
To correct; to change or modify
modify or change; under parliamentary procedure, modify a motion by adding, deleting, or substituting words
make amendments to; "amend the document"
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, to revise, usually to the wording of a written document such as legislation
To alter or change
To add to or alter a charge that has been filed
modify or revise, as in: It's time to amend our by-laws
To add to or alter a charge which has been filed
To change or modify in an attempt to improve, correct, or update
set straight or right; "remedy these deficiencies"; "rectify the inequities in salaries"; "repair an oversight"
To change the wording or meaning of a motion, bill, constitution, etc by formal procedure For example, Congress may amend the Constitution
Eighth Amendment
amendment to the U.S. Constitution (forbids excessively high bail and protects citizens against cruel and unusual punishment)
Equal Rights Amendment
proposal for an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would make gender discrimination unconstitutional (as opposed to merely illegal as it is today), ERA
Equal Rights Amendment
the full name of the era. Proposed but unratified amendment to the U.S. Constitution designed mainly to invalidate many state and federal laws that discriminated against women. Its central tenet was that sex should not be a determining factor in establishing the legal rights of individuals. It was first introduced in Congress in 1923, shortly after women obtained the right to vote. It was finally approved by the U.S. Senate 49 years later (1972) but was subsequently ratified by only 30 of the 50 state legislatures. Critics claimed it would cause women to lose privileges and protections, such as exemption from compulsory military service and economic support by their husbands. Supporters, led by the National Organization for Women, argued that discriminatory state and federal laws left many women in a state of economic dependency
Fifth Amendment
amendment to the U.S. Constitution (includes the right to due process, right to avoid self-incrimination, right to a grand jury hearing, and forbids double jeopardy)
Fifth Amendment
An amendment to the Constitution of the United States, ratified in 1791, that deals with the rights of accused criminals by providing for due process of law, forbidding double jeopardy, and stating that no person may be forced to testify as a witness against himself or herself
First Amendment
a part of the Constitution of the United States which gives US citizens the right of freedom of speech, freedom of the press (=newspapers, radio, and television) , freedom of religion, and freedom of assembly (=the right of any group to meet together) . Many cases concerning these rights have been taken to the Supreme Court
First Amendment
first amendment to the U.S. Constitution (provides citizens with freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly, and the right to petition the government)
Fourteenth Amendment
a part of the US Constitution which gave former slaves the right to be US citizens. It gives all citizens the right to be protected by the law
Fourth Amendment
amendment to the U.S. Constitution (protects citizens against unlawful search and seizure of private property)
Ninth Amendment
{i} amendment to the U.S. Constitution (states that the rights in the Amendments do not cancel or jeopardize the other rights of citizens)
Platt Amendment
(1901) Rider appended to a U.S. Army appropriations bill stipulating conditions for withdrawing of U.S. troops remaining in Cuba after the Spanish-American War. The amendment, which was added to the Cuban constitution of 1901, affected Cuba's rights to negotiate treaties and permitted the U.S. to maintain its naval base at Guantánamo Bay and to intervene in Cuban affairs "for the preservation of Cuban independence." In 1934 Pres. Franklin Roosevelt supported abrogation of the amendment's provisions except for U.S. rights to the naval base. See also Good Neighbor Policy
Second Amendment
amendment to the U.S. Constitution (provides citizens with the right to bear arms)
Seventh Amendment
amendment to the U.S. Constitution (the right to trial by jury)
Sixth Amendment
amendment to the U.S. Constitution (the rights to a speedy trial, to face one's accuser, to be tried in the district where an alleged crime occurred, to a lawyer, and to present defense evidence)
Tenth Amendment
amendment to the U.S. Constitution (proclaims that government powers not specifically assigned to the Federal government fall within the jurisdiction of individual states)
Third Amendment
amendment to the U.S. Constitution (forbids the government from forcing citizens to house soldiers during peacetime)
Twenty-first Amendment
1933 amendment to the U.S. Constitution which repealed the Eighteenth Amendment and thereby re-legalized the sale manufacture and transport of alcoholic beverages (U.S. History)
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
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
{f} change, alter; improve; improve oneself
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)
make amendments to; "amend the document
To make or better
To grow better by rectifying something wrong in manners or morals; to improve
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
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
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")
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
Changes to a supplement prior to the effective date or processing by an Alberta Registry Agent
plural of amendment
Additional written contract obligations added to the original lease during the lease term A lease may have many 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
assessment amendment
change in rate of taxation, reassessment of tax rates
eighteenth amendment
an amendment to the Constitution of the United States adopted in 1920; prohibited the manufacture and sale of alcoholic beverages; repealed in 1932
error amendment
change made to correct an error
fifth amendment
an amendment to the Constitution of the United States that imposes restrictions on the government's prosecution of persons accused of crimes; mandates due process of law and prohibits self-incrimination and double jeopardy; requires just compensation ifprivate property is taken for public use
fourteenth amendment
an amendment to the Constitution of the United States adopted in 1868; extends the guarantees of the Bill of Rights to the states as well as to the federal government
twentieth amendment
an amendment to the Constitution of the United States adopted in 1920; guarantees that no state can deny the right to vote on the basis of sex