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الإنجليزية - التركية
kalacak yer
konfor
yemekli kalacak yer
{i} yatacak yer

Bu otel 1000 tane misafir için yatacak yere sahiptir. - This hotel has accommodations for 1000 guests.

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(Turizm) konaklama

Sanırım konaklama ve uçuş rezervasyonu yapmadan önce karar versem iyi olur. - I guess I had better decide before I book the accommodation and flights.

Tom konaklama tesisleri hakkında şikayet etti. - Tom complained about the accommodations.

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kalacak yer

Altı kişi için kalacak yere ihtiyacımız var. - We need accommodation for six.

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(isim) uyma, uyum; kalacak yer, yatacak yer; sağlama, bulma (para vb.), borç; uyuşma, uzlaşma, uzlaştırma
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{i} uyma
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{i} yatacak yer

Bu otel 1000 tane misafir için yatacak yere sahiptir. - This hotel has accommodations for 1000 guests.

Yatacak yer arıyorum. - I am looking for accommodation.

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destekleme
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telif etme
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barındırma
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bir iyilik yapma
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(Kanun) hatır için yapılan anlaşma
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yerleştirme
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yardım etme
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(Ticaret) kısa vadeli kredi
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(Kanun) hatır
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bağdaşma
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pansiyon

Pansiyon konaklama arıyoruz. - We are looking for lodging accommodations.

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ödünç para
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alma
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ödünç
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(Kanun) hatır işi
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(Ticaret) uyumlaştırma
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konfor
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düzen
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uydurma
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(Askeri) yatacak ve kalacak yer
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(Dilbilim) tikel uyum
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yatakhane
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accommodations yatacak yer
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tatbik
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para vb bulma
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geçit
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uzlaştırma ödünç
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(Biyokimya,Biyoloji) uyum
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istikraz
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uzlaştırma
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uyum süreci
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kolaylık
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halletme
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rahatlık
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(Tıp) akomodasyon
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çözme
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bağdaştırma
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ibat
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rahatı sağlayan şartlar accommodation train birçok istasyonda duran
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(Denizcilik) Gemi yaşam mahalli
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Iütufkarlık
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{i} uzlaşma: Have you
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borç
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intibak
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(Askeri) Konaklama, geceleme
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uyuşma
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uzlaşma
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(Tıp) Fetüs uyumu: Fetüs vaziyetinin döl yatağı içinde uygun bir şekil alması (gebeliğin son üç ayı içerisinde vukua gelir)
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yerleşme
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sağlama
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{i} kalacak yer: In that region accommodation for the traveler is hard to find. O bölgede konaklama yeri zor bulunur
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(Tıp) Gözün optik sisteminin çeşitli uzaklıklara uyarılması, gözün değişik uzaklıklara uyması, (Merceğin eğriliğinin değişmesi ile sağlanır)
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(Askeri) UYUM, GÖZ UYUMU, MUTABAKAT, İNTİBAK, YERLEŞME, UZLAŞTIRMA, KALACAK YER, İBATE YERİ: Foto kıymetlendirmede; insan gözünün kendisini değişik mesafelerdeki eşyanın keskin şekillerini seçmeye alıştırması kabiliyeti. Stereoskopide; insan gözünün, stereoskopik görüş için, iki şekli birbiri üzerine oturtma kabiliyeti
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(Tekstil) düzeltme (doğrultma, rötuş)
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birinin işini görmeye razı olma
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{i} bulma (para vb.)
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[n] yatacak yer
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ödünç verme
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{n} conveniences, lodgings
{i} lodgings, living quarters
Plural of accommodation
Any changes made to the regular environment that will help a person succeed See also Reasonable Accommodation
Iin application to binocular functions, refers to the ability to change the focus of vision from near point to far point, or the opposite, in accordance with the demands of the visual circumstances Convergence is presupposed
Changes in how test is administered that do not substantially alter what the test measures; includes changes in presentation format, response format, test setting or test timing Appropriate accommodations are made to level the playing field, i e , to provide equal opportunity to demonstrate knowledge
Techniques and materials that allow individuals with LD to complete school or work tasks with greater ease and effectiveness Examples include spellcheckers, tape recorders, and expanded time for completing assignments
World languages: Ask students who are studying English as a second language to think of new words that have become common in their language Have them determine the origins of the words Have them write definitions in their language and, if possible, explain them in English to their classmates Also, students who are taking courses in international languages can brainstorm words that they believe are recent additions to the languages they are learning
Describe changes in format, response, setting, timing, or scheduling that do not alter in any significant way what the test measures or the comparability of scores Accommodations are designed to ensure that an assessment measures the intended construct, not the child’s disability Accommodations affect three areas of testing: 1) the administration of tests, 2) how students are allowed to respond to the items, and 3) the presentation of the tests (how the items are presented to the students on the test instrument) Accommodations may include Braille forms of a test for blind students or tests in native languages for students whose primary language is other than English
Accommodations are special adaptations made in an office, home, or other place so that a people with disabilities can do more things there Basic accommodations could include helpful equipment, changes in the job schedule, special communication devices, or physical changes like ramps For example, a person in a wheelchair may need to have desks raised up so they can fit the chair underneath, while a person with a mood disorder may need half an hour off to use sunlight-colored lamps Under the Americans with Disabilities Act, all public places and businesses have to provide "reasonable accommodations" to persons with disabilities
This refers to changes in the presentation or mode of response of the testing materials and/or changes in the testing procedures without changing the construct of what is being measured States allow students with disabilities to take assessments with certain accommodations in order to increase the number level of participation
Supports or services provided to help a student access the general curriculum and validly demonstrate learning
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The adjustment of the eye to a change of the distance from an observed object
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An accommodation bill or note
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Lodging in a dwelling or similar living quarters afforded to travellers in hotels or on cruise ships, or prisoners, etc
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The act of fitting or adapting, or the state of being fitted or adapted; adaptation; adjustment; -- followed by to

The organization of the body with accommodation to its functions. - Sir Matthew Hale.

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Whatever supplies a want or affords ease, refreshment, or convenience; anything furnished which is desired or needful; -- often in the plural; as, the accommodations -- that is, lodgings and food -- at an inn - Sir W. Scott
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Willingness to accommodate; obligingness
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a placement with a foster carer or in a residential children's unit arranged by the local authority social services department with the parent's agreement
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{n} an adjusting, a convenience
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An action by one individual or legal entity that is taken as a favor, without any consideration, for another individual or legal entity [ITDS] The lending of one person's good name or credit standing to a second person with no compensation in order that the second person may borrow money from a third person Historically, accommodation meant the making of a loan by one person to a second person who lacks sufficient collateral but has the backing of a third person [OTS]
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The ability of the eye to change its focus from distant to near objects This process is achieved by the lens changing its shape
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The eye's ability to adjust focus on objects at varying distances See Near point of accommodation and accommodative facility Behavioural theory suggests that focusing is closely related to the identification mechanism which ensures that the object under scrutiny is the most clearly seen ensuring it remains the centre of attention See near point of accommodation and accommodative facility
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(physiology) the automatic adjustment in focal length of the lens of the eye
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The eye's ability to adjust its focus from distant to near objects This process is achieved by the lens changing its shape
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The eye's ability too bring an object into focus
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is the involuntary act of the eyes' crystalline lens to add extra strength to the vision optical system assisting in the capacity to focus on objects nearby; aging of the crystalline lens causes a reduced accommodative ability called "presbyopia"; strength added to lenses to counter presbyopia is call "the add"
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A stretching or relaxing of the eye muscles, which causes a change in focal length of the crystalline lens, thereby producing clear images on the retina of objects that are relatively near the eye Without the ability to accommodate, the image of the object would blur
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A term correctly used in the context of public accommodations and facilities; an individual with a disability may not be excluded, denied services, segregated or otherwise treated differently than other individuals by a public accommodation or commercial facility; (term is not to be confused with "reasonable accommodation")
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making or becoming suitable; adjusting to circumstances
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in the theories of Jean Piaget: the modification of internal representations in order to accommodate a changing knowledge of reality
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The ability of the eye to change the shape of its lens and focus at different distances
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The ability of the eyes to constantly focus for clarity and interpretation, with both eyes maintaining clarity regardless of changes in position, distance, or posture
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The ability of the eye to change its focus from distant to near objects as well as from near to distance objects This process is achieved by the crystalline lens changing its shape
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A strategy for economic policy in which the central bank does not counteract but reinforces the consequences of a shock For example, consider an adverse supply shock that boosts inflation A policy of accommodation would not increase real interest rates to fight inflation, but would instead allow real interest rates to fall and so further boost inflation
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Ability of the eye lens to change shape to focus on close objects Further Information
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The process by which the eye changes focusfrom one distance to another
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The ability to focus your eyes at different distances Accommodation works with vergence; it is a neuromuscular process To accommodate for clear vision at various distances the lens in our eye actually changes shape The somewhat gelatinous material of the lens is "stretched" or "squashed" due to muscle actions within the eye, this change in shape changes the power of the lens A camera lens that can zoom in and out simulates this idea
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An adaptive reversible modification of the eye, specifically of the lens, which permits perception of a continuously sharp image regardless of the distance to the object (H)
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the ability of the eye to change focus from distance to near This ability is gradually lost after age 40
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The ability of the eye to change focus from distant objects to objects closer than optical infinity, approximately 20 feet (6 meters) Like when driving and you switch from looking down the road to reading the speedometer Accommodation is achieved when the lens shape is changed by small muscles around the lens pushing and pulling
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When the crystalline lens changes shape to allow the eye to change it's focus from distant to near objects
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the ability of the eye to focus
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Adjustment of the focusing power of the eye to see objects clearly over a range of distances Achieved by change in the shape of the crystalline lens There is a reduction in focusing ability with age (presbyopia)
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the process in which people adjust or change their understanding to incorporate aspects of an experience not currently represented in the cognitive structure i e - changing and adapting your existing ways of thinking/schema to fit the world e g the baby has to adapt its sucking movements if it is to learn to drink out of a cup
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living quarters provided for public convenience; "overnight accommodations are available"
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an adjustment, change, or adaptation made to an assessment or the process of administering an assessment to students with special needs This term generally refers to changes that do not significantly alter what the test measures It results from a student need and it is not intended to give the student an unfair advantage All accommodations must be identified in the student's IEP (CEC and the Learning Network 2000-2001)
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a settlement of differences; "they reached an accommodation with Japan"
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the act of providing something (lodging or seat or food) to meet a need
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the ability of the eye to change its focus from distant objects to near objects
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The adjustment of shape and power of the crystalline lens within the eye to focus the eye at different distances
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The process by which the eye changes its focus from one distance to another
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Whatever supplies a want or affords ease, refreshment, or convenience; anything furnished which is desired or needful; -- often in the plural; as, the accommodations -- that is, lodgings and food -- at an inn
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Accommodation is space in buildings or vehicles that is available for certain things, people, or activities. The school occupies split-site accommodation on the main campus
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A loan of money
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Misspelling of accommodation
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Accommodation is used to refer to buildings or rooms where people live or stay. The government will provide temporary accommodation for up to three thousand people Rates are higher for deluxe accommodations
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an offer of substitute goods to fulfill a contract, which will bind the purchaser if accepted
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The application of a writer's language, on the ground of analogy, to something not originally referred to or intended
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A learning process that applies a general mental structure to understanding a particular situation Accommodation focuses on the adaptation or change in the learning organism/person
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The act of fitting or adapting, or the state of being fitted or adapted; adaptation; adjustment; followed by to
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An adjustment of differences; state of agreement; reconciliation; settlement
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in the theories of Jean Piaget: the modification of internal representations in order to accommodate a changing knowledge of reality a settlement of differences; "they reached an accommodation with Japan
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The application of a writers language, on the ground of analogy, to something not originally referred to or intended
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(physiology) the automatic adjustment in focal length of the lens of the eye the act of providing something (lodging or seat or food) to meet a need living quarters provided for public convenience; "overnight accommodations are available"
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{i} housing; residence; lodging; adjustment; arrangement
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Whatever supplies a want or affords ease, refreshment, or convenience; anything furnished which is desired or needful; often in the plural; as, the accommodations that is, lodgings and food at an inn
التركية - الإنجليزية

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