author

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} yazar

Bu makalenin yazarı, ünlü bir eleştirmendir. - The author of this article is a famous critic.

Giriş bölümünde, yazar aşağıda gösterildiği gibi belirtiyor. - In the introduction, the author is stating as follows.

(Bilgisayar) yazan

Başkaları için kitaplar veya konuşmalar yazan bir yazar için isim nedir? - What's the name for an author who writes books or speeches for other people?

yapan
müellif

Romanın müellifi kimdir? - Who is the author of the novel?

sebepkâr
bir şeye kaynak olan/oluşturan kişi
yazıcı
teşebbüskâr
Eser sahibi
hazırlayan kişi yada gruplar
fikir sahibi/yazar
yazmak eser yazmak authoress kadın yazar
{i} yaratıcı
yazarın eserleri
makale yazarı
(Bilgisayar) sahip
fail
yazmak
authority
(Hukuk) otorite

Tom otoritesini kötüye kullanıyor, bu yüzden hiç kimse onu sevmiyor. - Tom abuses his authority, so no one likes him.

Ağabeyim felsefesi üzerine bir otoritedir. - My elder brother is an authority on philosophy.

authorized
yetkili

Orada girmek için yetkili değilsiniz. - You are not authorized to enter there.

Sadece temizlikçiler toplantı odasına girmeye yetkilidir. - Only cleaners are authorized to enter into the meeting room.

authority
{i} yetki

Onun hem yetkisi hem de yeteneği var. - He has got both authority and ability.

Tom'un hiçbir yetkisi yok. - Tom has no authority.

author lists
(Bilgisayar) listeleri yaz
author card
yazar kataloğu
author's name
yazar ismi
author catalogue
yazar kataloğu
author statement
Yazar Açıklama
author rights
(Kanun) yazar hakları
author's royalties
(Avrupa Birliği) (Annex III) yazarın telif hakları
author's royalties
(Avrupa Birliği) telif hakkı
authority
{i} uzman

Tom, alanında bir uzmandır. - Tom is an authority in his field.

Tom, cazda bir uzmandır. - Tom is an authority on jazz.

authorities
yetkililer

Makbuzun yetkililer tarafından imzalanmış ve mühürlenmiş olması gerekir. - The receipt has to be signed and stamped by the authorities.

Yetkililer gerçekleri halktan gizliyordu. - The authorities have been hiding the facts from the public.

advanced author
gelişmiş yazar
authorities
(Ticaret) resmi merciler
authorities
yetkili

Onun en iyi arkadaşı onu yetkili makamlara ihbar etti. - His best friend ratted him out to the authorities.

Mahkûm uyuşturucu satıcısı ölüm cezasını ömür boyu hapis cezasına düşürtmek için yetkililere boyun eğmeye istekliydi. - The convicted drug dealer was willing to comply with the authorities to have his death sentence reduced to a life sentence.

authority
yetkili kişi
authority
(Havacılık) makan
authority
velayet
authority
erbap
authority
(Kanun,Teknik,Ticaret) yetkili makam
authority
yetkili
authority
şahadet
authorized
yetki verilmiş
authorized
ruhsatlı
authorized
(Kanun) salahiyettar
reply to author
(Bilgisayar) yazanı yanıtla
authority
yetke
authorized
{f} yetki ver
authoring
yazış
authorities
otoriteler
authority
yetkiliye
authority
makame
authority
makamı
authority
müdürlüğü
authorized
izin veren
authors
yazarlar

Mary benim en sevdiğim yazarlardan bir tanesi. - Mary is one of my favorite authors.

Genelde çağdaş yazarları okur. - He often reads contemporary authors.

best-selling author
en çok satan yazar
co-author
Ortak yazar
control author
(Bilgisayar) Kontrol yazarı

He works as a control author in Microsoft.

corresponding author
sorumlu yazar
impersonal author
kişiliksiz yazar
individual author
Yazarın bireysel
presumed author
tahmin yazar
supposed author
sözde yazar
supposititious author
farazi yazar
the author
müellifi
anonymous author
isimsiz yazar
authorities
yetkili makamlar

Onun en iyi arkadaşı onu yetkili makamlara ihbar etti. - His best friend ratted him out to the authorities.

authorities
kaynakça
authority
bilirkişi
authority
{i} yetki belgesi
authority
{i} nüfuz
authority
{i} yetke, otorite. the authorities yetkili kişiler
authority
{i} itibar
authority
{i} hak

Tom konu hakkında bir otorite. - Tom is an authority on the subject.

authority
(Avrupa Birliği) otorite,kurum, makam
authority
{i} hüküm
authority
(Askeri) YETKİLİ MAKAM: Komuta etme veya icraata geçme kudretini kullanan şahıs, teşkil veya makam
authority
(Hukuk) yaptırım gücüne sahip merci
authority
(Hukuk) makam

Ben burada yerel makamım. - I'm the local authority here.

authority
sulta
authorized
(İnşaat) izin verilen
authorized
{s} izinli
authorized
resmi
default author
(Bilgisayar) varsayılan yazar
kill author
(Bilgisayar) yazanı sonlandır
last author
(Bilgisayar) son yazar
last author
(Bilgisayar) son yazan
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To create a work as its [[#Noun|author]]
The originator or creator of a work, especially of a literary composition
A source of information
{n} one who makes or causes, a writer
The person(s) or corporate body responsible for the writing or compilation of an article, book or other publication
The person chiefly responsible for the creation of the intellectual or artistic content of a work
One who composes or writes a book; a composer, as distinguished from an editor, translator, or compiler
This term refers to the person or persons responsible for the creation of a work The author of a work may also be a government agency, a symposium, or a company
The person or organization that originally created a document Note: iPlanet Compass Server uses a document's Using the <Author> Meta Tag tag to identify the author If the document does not have such a tag, the server does not know who the author is even if the document contents contain a by-line
{f} write something (book, story, report etc.); be the author of; cause something, be the creator of something, originate
An informant
To tell; to say; to declare
The writer of a book or ARTICLE Usually this is a person (or several people), but it can also be a government agency, a symposium, a company, or other group that does not necessarily give the name(s) of the people who actually wrote the work Such an author is referred to as a Corporate Author Examples of corporate authors are: American Chemical Society, U S Department of Commerce, or Boston College
{i} writer, one who writes a book or other literary work; one who creates, one who originates
writes (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay)
Authors are the people who write Tree of Life pages Please see the page on Expectations of Tree of Life Authors for more information
the person or corporate body (company etc ) responsible for the intellectual content of the document
The name, surname and initials of the author(s) responsible for writing the article or paper
be the author of; "She authored this play"
To occasion; to originate
To create a work by its author
the writer of books or articles or computer software
The beginner, former, or first mover of anything; hence, the efficient cause of a thing; a creator; an originator
The writer of a book or article The author may be one person, several people, or a "corporate body" such as a government agency, or a company
The writer(s) of a book, essay, short story, novel, play, poem, etc , whose name is usually given on the title page of the published edition In library catalogues, the term is used in its broadest sense to include editor, playwright, director, composer, performer, artist, creator, etc
The writer of a book, paper, or article The author may be one person, several people, or a "corporate body" such as a government agency, professional association, or a company
someone who originates or causes or initiates something; "he was the generator of several complaints"
means the person who wrote the text of the resource This can apply to the words of a text-based resource or the executable code for a software application
The originator or creator of a work, especially a literary composition; a writer
be the author of; "She authored this play
The writer of a book or article Usually this is a person (or perhaps two or three people), but it can also be a government agency, a symposium, a company, or other group that does not necessarily give the name(s) of the people who actually wrote the work
The Author of a document is the primary creator of the document An author is not necessarily the copyright holder, but usually is and the two will be considered the same unless otherwise specified The author or copyright holder may not always be clear from the content of a file, in which case the copyright holder is probably the user identification associated with the owner
The writer of a book or article The author may be one person, several people, or a "corporate body" such as a government agency, professional association, or company
As many as five Authors are included in an IPA record If there are more than five Authors, the first four Authors and the last Author will be included followed by "et al " The Author's surname appears followed by a space, first name initial followed by a period and a space, and the initials of the middle name followed by a period Titles or designations such as Jr are not included "Anon" is used in the Author field when Authors are not listed with the primary article
The author of a piece of writing is the person who wrote it. Jill Phillips, author of the book `Give Your Child Music'
The person(s) or group responsible for creating, sponsoring or writing a book or other publication Authors may be editors, compilers, artists, composers, and photographers
The person or organization that originally created a document Note: Netscape Compass Server uses a document's Using the <Author> Meta Tag tag to identify the author If the document does not have such a tag, the server does not know who the author is even if the document contents contain a by-line
Source of information
The legislator who files a bill and guides it through the legislative process
An author is a person whose job is writing books. Haruki Murakami is Japan's best-selling author
The author of a plan or proposal is the person who thinks of it and works out the details. The authors of the plan believe they can reach this point within about two years. see also co-author. to be the writer of a book, report etc
The editor of a periodical
Person or persons primarily responsible for creating a work product The member of the inspection team that provides information about the work product during all stages of the inspection process and corrects defects during the rework stage (Also known as (AKA) "Owner(s)" )
An author of a paper or personal communication included in SGD When searching for an individual's name, use the "*" wildcard character (i e , Johnson*) to achieve the best results
vb To assemble multimedia components, such as graphics, text, audio, and animation, in a publication or product, for delivery on a CD–ROM or DVD or on line, to be viewed on a computer
The person who is responsible for the writing and intellectual content of a book or article Two or more persons collaborating on a work are called joint authors
author's dedication
part of a book in which the author dedicates his book to someone important in his life
authorial
of, coming from, or typical of an author (especially of books)
authoring
The result of this process; a writing or composition
authoring
The process of creating the content of a document or other content item, i.e., writing or composition
authoring
Present participle of author
authority
The power to enforce rules or give orders
authority
{n} legal power, warrant, testimony, rule, precedent, influence derived from office or character, credit, credibility
Authorial
authorly
authored
{s} written, penned; initiated, started
authored
past of author
authorial
Authorial means relating to the author of something such as a book or play. There are times when the book suffers from excessive authorial control
authorial
of or by or typical of an author; "authorial comments"; "auctorial flights of imagination
authorial
Of or pertaining to an author
authorial
{s} of or pertaining to an author, by an author, that relates to an author, characteristic of an author, auctorial
authorial
of or by or typical of an author; "authorial comments"; "auctorial flights of imagination"
authoring
Creative process using multimedia applications
authoring
A structured approach to developing all elements of a unit of instruction
authoring
The design and programming of a site on the world wide web
authoring
A Web page is created by formatting text with styles and links using HyperText Markup Language (HTML), the standard format for the World Wide Web HTML commands (referred to as tags) are added to the text file, or source document The source document can be created using a word processing program, such as Microsoft Word
authoring
The use of multimedia authoring software by programmer or developer to combine media elements 14 25
authoring
Creation of a database for a CD-ROM The end product of authoring is usually a search and retrieval type document with the addition of a user interface Specific authoring functions include tagging and indexing
authoring
the task of entering learning material into the computer
authoring
A structured approach to combining all media elements within an interactive program, assisted by computer software designed for this purpose
authoring
The layout, design and output of multimedia documents
authoring
(v) The process of using computer programming tools to assemble different media into an interactive presentation automation (n) The use of machinery in place of human labor
authoring
Creating a document; especially used for World Wide Web documents
authoring
A term for the process of writing a document "Authoring" seems to have come into use in order to emphasise that document production involved more than just writing
authoring
The process of designing, creating, capturing, editing, and integrating information for a CD or DVD Or, creating a database for a CD or DVD using tagging and indexing that generates a search and retrieval document
authoring
using an authoring language or system to design and develop instruction
authoring
Similar to "programming", developers assemble discrete media components using a tool called an authoring system
authoring
{i} (Computers) composing, preparing of a multimedia display; writing of hypertext and its preparation
authoring
The process of using computer programming tools to assemble different media into an interactive presentation
authoring
Creating a WWW page using HTML codes to format images and text Backbone A very fast communications link that connects major ISPs together across the world Large companies may also have a high-speed backbone linking many network servers together
authoring
Multimedia authoring is the process of structuring and coding a program
authoring
Authoring is the creation of documents, especially for the Internet. software authoring tools. the activity of writing and designing websites
authoring
Used to refer to the development of World Wide Web documents using HTML
authoring
Used in the context as creating World Wide Web documents
authorities
the organization that is the governing authority of a political unit; "the government reduced taxes"; "the matter was referred to higher authorities"
authorities
The major laws and rules governing the DOI Civil Rights programs
authorities
Standard way subjects, personal names, corporations and series are used on bibliographic cataloging records An authority record states the way the name will be used in the catalog and provides cross-references to other reasonable variations that a library user might know
authorities
plural of authority
authorities
Basically, Authority Control is the practice of choosing a single entry to refer to something, and then using that entry consistently Most of our Authority Control will be sent to a vendor, but we will be able to search and display records from the local Authority File using the Authority Wizards in Workflows
authority
Justification; warrant
authority
freedom from doubt; belief in yourself and your abilities; "his assurance in his superiority did not make him popular"; "after that failure he lost his confidence"; "she spoke with authority"
authority
The right granted to a user to perform tasks with Tivoli Storage Manager servers and clients See also privilege class
authority
A book containing such a statement or opinion, or the author of the book
authority
Permission or a right coupled with the power to do an act or order others to act Examples include an employer to an employee, a principal to an agent, a corporation to its officers, or governmental empowerment to perform certain functions Topic areas: Governance, Accountability and Evaluation, Operations Management and Leadership
authority
(1) Power of influence, either granted to or developed by individuals, that leads to others doing what those individuals direct (2) Formal conferment of such influence through an instrument such as a project charter
authority
Authority is official permission to do something. The prison governor has refused to let him go, saying he must first be given authority from his own superiors. = authorization
authority
an expert whose views are taken as definitive; "he is an authority on corporate law"
authority
the power or right to give orders or make decisions; "he has the authority to issue warrants"; "deputies are given authorization to make arrests"
authority
Testimony; witness
authority
A public or quasi-public agency created to form a restricted group of related activities, usually financed from service fee charges, fees, or tolls An authority may be completely independent or partially dependent on other governments
authority
The agency or program responsible for maintaining the reference table of terms Authorities were indicated where individuals knew that an agency had a reference list; however, no authorities have been formally identified
authority
The legal right given by a principal to an agent to act on the principal's behalf in performing specific acts or negotiations
authority
Government; the persons or the body exercising power or command; as, the local authorities of the States; the military authorities
authority
official permission or approval; "authority for the program was renewed several times"
authority
That which, or one who, is claimed or appealed to in support of opinions, actions, measures, etc
authority
The legal power or rights given by a principal and accepted by the agent to act on the principal's behalf in performing specific acts or negotiations
authority
That which can bind or influence a court Statutes, case law, administrative rules and regulations are mandatory authority, while everything else, for the most part, is persuasive authority (i e law reviews, ALR, Am Jur etc ) See also “primary authority," "“mandatory authority," "persuasive authority "
authority
The right granted to a user to perform tasks with TSM servers and clients See administrative privilege class
authority
The legal power or right given by a principal and accepted by the agent to act on the principal's behalf in business transactions with a third party
authority
An authority is an official organization or government department that has the power to make decisions. the Health Education Authority Any alterations had to meet the approval of the local planning authority. see also local authority
authority
In SFS, the permission to access a file or directory You can have read authority or write authority (which includes read authority) You can also have file pool administration authority, which is the highest level of authority in a file pool
authority
The authorities are the people who have the power to make decisions and to make sure that laws are obeyed. This provided a pretext for the authorities to cancel the elections
authority
The power or right to control, judge or prohibit the actions of others A local community can be assigned authority - for instance in a regeneration project Authority can also result from knowledge or experience For example, someone who has been working or living for along time in a neighbourhood and therefore understands the area may have the right to judge or prohibit the actions of others, not because of any legal right, but because of knowledge and experience
authority
An evaluative criteria which involves determining whether the author of an item has the appropriate credentials to make the statements or claims represented in the item
authority
The right of an agent, conferred by his principal, to bind the principal in dealings with third parties See actual authority, implied authority, apparent authority, ostensible authority, inherent authority
authority
This is a quality you will develop as you continue to write as a professional nurse This is how your professors sound to you: assured and authoritative As you learn the conventions and the knowledge base of the professional nursing discourse community, you will take on this authority Audience The reader or group of readers you want to interest, inform and / or persuade by means of your writing Assessment of audience characteristics, such as level of knowledge, level of reading ability, interest, attitude and expectations help shape writing so that you can achieve your purpose Further discussion
authority
A unit or agency of government established to perform specialized functions, usually financed by service charges, fees or tolls, although it may also have taxing powers In many cases authorities have the power to issue debt which is secured by the lease rental payments made by a governmental unit using the facilities constructed with bond proceeds An authority may function independently of other governmental units, or it may depend upon other units for its creation, funding or administrative oversight Examples of authorities include health facilities authorities, industrial development authorities and housing authorities
authority
The State or local shellfish control authority or authorities or its designated agents, which are responsible for the enforcement of this Code [NSSP Model Ordinance] (3)
authority
an administrative unit of government; "the Central Intelligence Agency"; "the Census Bureau"; "Office of Management and Budget"; "Tennessee Valley Authority"
authority
Northwest Air Pollution Authority (NWAPA)
authority
The power of an agent to affect the principal in legal relations with third persons for lawful purposes Authority may be classified into: (1) actual authority, (2) implied authority, (3) apparent or ostensible authority, (4) inherent authority, and (5) other authority which may be implied from particular circumstances Generally, the authority of an agent is strictly construed by the courts
authority
Someone who is an authority on a particular subject knows a lot about it. He's universally recognized as an authority on Russian affairs. = expert
authority
The power derived from opinion, respect, or esteem; influence of character, office, or station, or mental or moral superiority, and the like; claim to be believed or obeyed; as, an historian of no authority; a magistrate of great authority
authority
an authoritative written work; "this book is the final authority on the life of Milton"
authority
A separate state or local governmental issuer expressly created to issue bonds or run an enterprise, or to do both Certain authorities issue bonds on their own behalf, such as transportation or power authorities Authorities that issue bonds on the behalf of qualified nongovernmental issuers include health facilities and industrial development authorities
authority
If you say you have it on good authority that something is true, you mean that you believe it is true because you trust the person who told you about it. I have it on good authority that there's no way this light can cause skin cancer
authority
A person accepted as a source of reliable information on a subject
authority
An inherent force in which things within this frame are given the label 'good' or 'bad' Because the sense of authority holds so much weight, individuals try to take care when posing some sort of judgeable object in this frame Frith gives us an example through an academic frame For example, Frith showed us how judging within this frame can give a particular piece of literature more value but the question of for whom are we judging still remains
authority
Cites the position or entity that has the authority to approve and issue the PRR
authority
A measure of how reliable a source of information is Is the article wriitten by a recognized expert in the field? Is it based on research?
authority
official permission or approval; "authority for the program was renewed several times" the power or right to give orders or make decisions; "he has the authority to issue warrants"; "deputies are given authorization to make arrests" an authoritative written work; "this book is the final authority on the life of Milton" an expert whose views are taken as definitive; "he is an authority on corporate law" (usually plural) persons who exercise (administrative) control over others; "the authorities have issued a curfew
authority
(usually plural) persons who exercise (administrative) control over others; "the authorities have issued a curfew"
authority
Authority is the right to command and control other people. The judge had no authority to order a second trial
authority
Persons in command; specifically, government
authority
A precedent; a decision of a court, an official declaration, or an opinion, saying, or statement worthy to be taken as a precedent
authority
{i} power, control, jurisdiction
authority
If someone has authority, they have a quality which makes other people take notice of what they say. He had no natural authority and no capacity for imposing his will on others
authority
Legal or rightful power; a right to command or to act; power exercised buy a person in virtue of his office or trust; dominion; jurisdiction; authorization; as, the authority of a prince over subjects, and of parents over children; the authority of a court
authority
(usually plural) persons who exercise (administrative) control over others; "the authorities have issued a curfew
authority
The power of an agent to affect the principal's legal relations for lawful purposes
authority
(myndighet) See central government authority
authorized
Appointed by a duly constituted administrative or regulatory authority
authorized
endowed with authority
authorized
Designates a fighter who has been formally recognized as trained to an adequate minimum level of safety in SCA combat All individuals must be authorized before participating in any form of combat at any official SCA event -- ask your local Knight Marshal about the procedures in your area, or write to the Earl Marshal of your Kingdom if there's no group near you
authorized
{s} empowered, given authority; permitted, sanctioned; justified, warranted; certified, accredited (also authorised)
authorized
This means a fighter has been certified as having the necessary skills and safe equipment to fight at offical SCA events, especially in tournaments A fighter must be authorized by a marshal
authorized
sanctioned by established authority; "an authoritative communique"; "the authorized biography"
authorized
past of authorize
authorized
Employee: A person who locks out or tags out machines or equipment in order to perform servicing or maintenance on those machines or equipment An affected employee becomes an authorized employee when that employee's duties include performing servicing or maintenance covered under this section See Lock-out/Tag-out
authorized
Possessed of or endowed with authority; as, an authorized agent
authorized
Entitled to a specific mode of access [AJP][FCv1] (see also no-lone zone, authorization)
authorized
Sanctioned by authority
authorized
A permission to a supplier authorizing the production or delivery on a Deviation restricted basis of items not in conformance with the applicable drawings or specifications
authorized
Given the authority to act in the referenced manner by the responsible management
authorized
UNAUTHORIZED
authors
Harry Newton and Ray Horak
authors
AUTH 15
authors
third-person singular of author
authors
Marcia Huff
authors
Francis de Sales
authors
Super heroes, men and women of gold This list was compiled by (in alpha order): Les Bell, David DeLano, Alan Mead, Tom Peters, Richard Rager
authors
Harriet Wittels, Joan Greisman, and William Morris
authors
Author may not be named, frequently a staff writer, not a subject expert Staff writers, freelance authors Authors are specialists, articles are signed, & credentials such as degrees, university affiliation are often given
authors
Suraj Prashad, Scott Bordelon, Derek Dagit, Ryan Easley
authors
plural of author
authors
We all know that this site represents, in the last analysis, the superstructural conjunction of the modes of production that led to both the theorization of Marxism and cyberspace Even so, it's sometimes nice to put faces and text with the names, so herein you will find brief descriptions of the people whose definitions you are reading
authors
Please put each author on a separate line
authors
Contemporary Cistercian
co-author
joint author, writer who collaborates with another author
co-author
The co-authors of a book, play, or report are the people who have written it together. He is co-author, with Andrew Blowers, of `The International Politics of Nuclear Waste'
co-author
If two or more people co-author a book, play, or report, they write it together. He's co-authored a book on Policy for Tourism Karen Matthews co-authored the study with Lewis Kullers
co-author
be a co-author on (a book, a paper, etc )
co-author
be a co-author on a book, a paper, etc
well-known author
famous author, famous writer
author
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