cancelling

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} iptal et
iptal etme
feshetme
iptal etmek
{i} iptal
iptal ederek
cancel
{f} iptal etmek

Tom partiyi iptal etmek zorunda kalabilir. - Tom may have to cancel the party.

Yarınki toplantıyı iptal etmek istiyorum. - I'd like to cancel tomorrow's meeting.

cancel
feshetmek
cancel
iptal

Tom gezisini niçin iptal etti. - Why did Tom cancel his trip?

Yürüyüşü iptal etmeliyiz. - We should cancel the hike.

cancelling machine
iptal etme makinesi
cancel
boşa çıkarmak
cancel
bozma
cancel
etkisiz hale getirmek
cancel
kısaltmak
cancel
fesih
cancel
lağvetmek
cancel
(Bilgisayar) vazgeç iptal
cancel
(Bilgisayar) kur'dan çık
cancel
nötrleştirmek
cancel
(Kanun) ilga etmek
cancel
geçersiz
cancel
(Kanun,Ticaret) terkin etmek
cancel
çizmek
cancel
(Kanun) geri çekme
cancel
hükümsüz kılmak
cancel
(Politika, Siyaset) ertelemek
cancel
silme
cancel
çizdirmek
cancel
iptal ettirmek

Rezervasyonumu iptal ettirmek istiyorum. - I'd like to cancel my reservation.

cancel
geçersiz kılmak
cancel
damgalamak pul
cancel
vazgeçmek
cancel
denkleştirmek
cancel
iptal et

Tom pikniği iptal etmek zorunda kalabilir. - Tom may have to cancel the picnic.

Yürüyüşü iptal etmeliyiz. - We should cancel the hike.

cancel
dengelemek
cancel
bozmak
cancel
üstünü çizmek
cancel
eşitlemek
cancel
kaldırmak
cancel
sadeleştirmek
cancel
silmek
cancel
çıkarma
cancel
iptal olunan şey
cancel
{f} damgalamak (pul)
cancel
tion iptal etme
cancel
vazgeç
cancel
(Askeri) İPTAL: Topçu ve Deniz top ateşi desteğinde, iptal değimi, mühimmat miktarı veya tipi için olan bir emirden başka evvelki bir emirle bağlantılı olduğu zaman bu emri feshetmektedir
cancel
{f} mat. kısaltmak
cancel
geçersiz hale koymak
cancel
cancela
cancel
üstüne çizgi çekmek
cancel
çizgi çekme
cancel
işaretleme
canceling
Vazgeçiliyor
canceling
(Of A Job) İptal Ediliyor
canceling
{i} iptal

Gelecek hafta sınıfı iptal ediyorum. - I'm canceling class next week.

canceling
iptal etme
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
present participle of cancel
{i} cancellation, revocation, nullification
cancel
To invalidate or annul something

He cancelled his order on their website.

cancel
A cancellation (US); (nonstandard in some kinds of English)
cancel
To stop production of a programme
cancel
To mark something (such as a used postage stamp) so that it can't be reused

This machine cancels the letters that have a valid zip code.

cancel
{v} to blot out, make void, destroy
cancel
A push button that removes a window without applying any changes made in that window
cancel
To remove a common factor from both the numerator and denominator of a fraction, or from both sides of an equation
cancel
A button in most dialogue boxes in a graphical user interface that will exit the box without making any changes Any settings that were changed will return to what they were before the box was open
cancel
postpone indefinitely or annul something that was scheduled; "Call off the engagement"; "cancel the dinner party"
cancel
To annul or destroy; to revoke or recall
cancel
To remove an institution's OCLC symbol from a record in the database Batchloading cancels a record when a match is found and the Record Status element (Leader byte 5) contains the character 'd' This is equivalent to the delete holdings command (delhld) in the OCLC online system
cancel
To cancel a stamp or a cheque means to mark it to show that it has already been used and cannot be used again. The new device can also cancel the check after the transaction is complete. cancelled stamps
cancel
A call given to a broker to stop processing an order that was previously given
cancel
If you cancel something that has been arranged, you stop it from happening. If you cancel an order for goods or services, you tell the person or organization supplying them that you no longer wish to receive them. The Russian foreign minister yesterday cancelled his visit to Washington Many trains have been cancelled and a limited service is operating on other lines There is normally no refund should a client choose to cancel. + cancellation cancellations can·cel·la·tion Outbursts of violence forced the cancellation of Haiti's first free elections in 1987. passengers who suffer delays and cancellations on planes, trains, ferries and buses
cancel
A natural sign, used to remove a previously applied accidental
cancel
discard the entered values and close the dialog
cancel
Also known as Cancellation A marking intended to show a stamp has been used and is no longer valid as postage Modern cancels usually include the name of the original mailing location or a nearby sorting facility and the date of mailing Most cancellations also include a section of lines, bars, text or a design that prints upon the postage stamp to invalidate it
cancel
can·cel cancels cancelling cancelled in AM, use canceling, canceled
cancel
If someone in authority cancels a document, an insurance policy, or a debt, they officially declare that it is no longer valid or no longer legally exists. He intends to try to leave the country, in spite of a government order cancelling his passport She learned her insurance had been canceled by Pacific Mutual Insurance Company + cancellation can·cel·la·tion a march by groups calling for cancellation of Third World debt
cancel
Instruction given to a broker to stop work on an order previously given If part of the order has already been executed, a cancel instruction stops work on the remainder of the order
cancel
To shut out, as with a railing or with latticework; to exclude
cancel
A label given to a PushButton in some DialogBoxes that performs the action of closing the DialogBox without implementing any changes
cancel
onwegascufan (2)
cancel
A part of the book that is a substitute for what was originally printed The most common type of cancel today is where an entire leaf has been removed and replaced, generally to correct a mistake that is too embarrassing or legally risky to ignore When well done, the cancel can be detected only upon close examination A title cancel is one of the more common cancels A cancel can be less than an entire leaf, however A small slip of paper with the corrected text may simply be glued on top of the offending text Minor errors are more often corrected by the inclusion of a an errata slip
cancel
uci A capability that regenerates or reinitializes the current display without processing or retaining any changes made by the user Cancel usually means omitting only the action of the last command [MIL-HDBK-1908B]
cancel
Order revoking a previous order to execute a security transaction
cancel
When insurance coverage ends Coverage may cancel because of non-payment of premium or for failure to meet the eligibility requirements of the contract Also called Terminate
cancel
To mark something (such as a used postage stamp) so that it cant be reused
cancel
To inclose or surround, as with a railing, or with latticework
cancel
The step that aborts a transaction When a transaction is canceled, all network configuration changes that have been made as part of the transaction are reversed For implicit transactions, the NSI or NSS-10 Firmware automatically cancels the transaction if it is reset before the service completes
cancel
An inclosure; a boundary; a limit
cancel
The termination of a Create or Change function such that no change to the EDB takes place All values on the screen are replaced with values as read from the EDB If the values on the EDB are blank, the blank is displayed
cancel
To suppress or omit; to strike out, as matter in type
cancel
make up for; "His skills offset his opponent's superior strength
cancel
make up for; "His skills offset his opponent's superior strength"
cancel
declare null and void; make ineffective; "Cancel the election results"; "strike down a law"
cancel
The act, of either party in an insurance contract, of ending the contract prior to its expiration Both parties are required to give written notice to the other party to effect such cancellation The insurer is required to give at least ten- (10) days notice prior written warning of such cancellation, if it is due to nonpayment of premium, or twenty (20) days for all other reasons
cancel
The suppression or striking out of matter in type, or of a printed page or pages
cancel
a notation cancelling a previous sharp or flat
cancel
A command that will discontinue any canned cycles or seguence commands
cancel
of cheques or tickets declare null and void; make ineffective; "Cancel the election results"; "strike down a law"
cancel
To stop a command
cancel
remove or make invisible; "Please delete my name from your list"
cancel
{f} call off, repeal, revoke, erase
cancel
(v ) In a window environment, to remove a window without applying any changes made in that window
cancel
A cancellation
cancel
To withdraw an order before execution or to withdraw a new issue before it is officially brought to market
cancel
To cross out something with lines etc
cancel
of cheques or tickets
cancel
Threads: A mechanism by which a thread informs either itself or another thread to terminate as soon as possible If a cancel arrives during an important operation, the canceled thread may continue until it can terminate in a controlled manner RPC: A mechanism by which a client thread notifies a server thread (the canceled thread) to terminate as soon as possible See also thread
cancel
divide by the same amount -- " cancel common factors, then multiply the rest " (140)
cancel
The part thus suppressed
cancel
To offset or equalize something
cancel
To cross and deface, as the lines of a writing, or as a word or figure; to mark out by a cross line; to blot out or obliterate
cancel
Used in the context of general equities Void an order to buy or sell from 1) the floor, or 2) the trader/salesman's scope In Autex, the indication still remains on record as having once been placed unless it is expunged
cancel
Halt an operation or process and return to the state before it was invoked
cancel
of cheques or tickets declare null and void; make ineffective; "Cancel the election results"; "strike down a law" postpone indefinitely or annul something that was scheduled; "Call off the engagement"; "cancel the dinner party" make up for; "His skills offset his opponent's superior strength
canceling
Defacing a printing plate in some way in order to prevent further use after an edition is finished
canceling
To delete an own article from the newsserver The newsreader generates a special control message to tell the server to delete this article
canceling
In fractions, to divide out common factors from the numerator and denominator of a fractional expression before multiplying In equations, to subtract or divide out common factors or term from both sides of an equation or inequality
canceling
Present participle of to cancel
canceling
{i} cancellation, revocation, nullification
cancelling

    الواصلة

    can·cel·ling

    التركية النطق

    känslîng

    النطق

    /ˈkansləɴɢ/ /ˈkænslɪŋ/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'kan(t)-s&l ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English cancellen, from Middle French canceller, from Late Latin cancellare, from Latin, to make like a lattice, from cancelli , diminutive of cancer lattice, probably alteration of carcer prison.

    كلمة اليوم

    agnomen
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