candidate

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الإنجليزية - التركية
aday

İki aday ustalık için mücadele ediyorlar. - The two candidates are struggling for mastery.

Dwight Eisenhower bir başkan adayıydı. - Dwight Eisenhower was the candidate for president.

candidateship adaylık
sınava giren kimse
adaylığımı koymak
namzetlik
(Askeri) ADAY: Gönüllü (tayin, gönüllü asker kaydı, yedek subay hazırlık eğitimi teşkilatı v. b.) veya mecburi (celb v. b.) hizmet mükellefi olarak, askerlik durumu veya bir askerlik hizmeti programı yönünden incelenmekte olan kimse
{i} namzet
sınava giren/aday
adayı
candid
içten
candid
{s} samimi

Samimi görüşünü istiyorum. - I'd like your candid opinion.

Tom her zaman samimi. - Tom is always candid.

candidate for apprenticeship
aday çırak
candidate for nomination
aday adayı
candidate notification date
(Eğitim) aday bildirim tarihi
candidate number
aday numarası
candidate pool
aday havuzu
candid
asıl fikrini gizlemeyen
candid
dobra dobra
candid
gerçek

Medya onun potansiyel bir başkan adayı olduğunu bildirmesine rağmen, herhangi biri gerçekten onun potansiyel bir başkan olduğunu düşünüyor mu? - Even though the media reports that she is a potential presidential candidate, does anyone really think that she is a potential president?

candid
dobra
candid
(Televizyon) gizli kamera
candid
asıl (fikir)
candid
toksözlü
determine a candidate
aday belirlemek
teacher candidate
öğretmen adayı
candid
dürüst

Görüşmelerde dürüst ve samimi olmak zorundasın. - You have to be up-front and candid at interviews.

candid
(kamera) gizli
job candidate
iş adayı
quota candidate
kontenjan adayı
candidates
adaylar

Mevcut adayların bir listesi vardı. - There was a list of available candidates.

O, Amerikan başkanlık adaylarından biri. - He is one of the American presidential candidates.

number one candidate
bir numaralı aday
phd candidate
doktora derecesi adayı
release candidate
Sürüm adayı
apprentice candidate
aday çırak
background of the candidate
(Politika, Siyaset) adayın özgeçmişi
candid
{s} tarafsız
candid
açık

Tom sınıf başkanlığı için adaylığını açıkladı. - Tom announced his candidacy for class president.

Tom geçmişi konusunda çok açıktır. - Tom is candid about his past.

candid
{s} açık, asıl fikrini gizlemeyen; açık yürekli, samimi, içten
candid
{s} candan
candid
candidness samimiyet
candid
riyasız
candid
tarafsızca
candid
{s} gizli çekimde kullanılan
candid
candid camera photographs kusurları gizlemeyen fotoğraflar
candid
candidly samimiyetle
candid
dürüstlük
candid
{s} saf
candid
gizli/içten
doctoral candidate
doktor adayı
full candidate
tam üye
nominate candidate
aday çıkarmak
officer candidate
subay adayı
officer candidate
(Askeri) YEDEK SUBAY ADAYI: ABD Ordusunda, kısa bir eğitim gördükten sonra subaylığa nasbe dilen kimse. Bu terim; dört yıl eğitim gördükten sonra subay olan subay adayı (cadet) ile karıştırılmamalıdır
officer candidate
subay namzedi
officer candidate school
(Askeri) YEDEK SUBAY ADAY OKULU: Orduya mensup astsubay ve gedikli subay (warrant officer) ların, subay yetiştirilmek üzere, kısa bir süre eğitime tabi tutuldukları okul. Ordudaki sınıflardan çoğunun bir veya birden çok yedek subay aday okulu vardır. Ayrıca bakınız: "service school"
put up candidate
aday çıkarmak
sponsored candidate
(Politika, Siyaset) kefilli aday
wac officer candidate school
(Askeri) ORDU KADIN YEDEK SUBAY OKULU: Ordu kadın sınıfına subay yetiştiren okul. Ayrıca bakınız: "service school"
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A participant in an examination
A person who is running in an election or who is applying to a position for a job
{n} one who sues or is proposed for an office
The term "candidate" is used to refer to a person who is looking for a job Other terms include "Job Searcher", "Job Seeker", etc
A candidate is someone who is taking an examination
A person who is running for office
A candidate is a person or thing that is regarded as being suitable for a particular purpose or as being likely to do or be a particular thing. Those who are overweight or indulge in high-salt diets are candidates for hypertension
means a qualified person who requested to be considered for appointment to a specific position in the classified service and who was considered by the appointing authority
a Pawn that may be promoted; also, a player in competition to become the challenger for the world championship(s) See tha game Marshall-Capablanca in the handout on Pawn mobility
A person who stands for election to the Legislative Assembly Candidates can be nominated by political parties or stand as independents
A person that aspires to or is qualified for a position with a client; a person likely or suited to be chosen for a position with a client; a person in the process of meeting final requirements for a position with a client
An individual who survives an extensive screening process and is to be presented to an employer or client CandidateClient Executive Recruiter Employer/Company Member Fee – Contingency Fee – Retainer Fee -- Engagement Gross Earnings Individual Member Outplacement Placement Recruit Resume Search Signing Bonus
One who is in the process of entering the Catholic Faith, but has been validly baptized a Christian
A player who competes in the eliminating contest for the privilege to challenge the World Chess Champion The Candidates' matches are the final eliminating stage of the competition to decide the World Champion's opponent in the title match
(3 syl ) means “clothed in white ” Those who solicited the office of consul, quæstor, prætor, etc , among the Romans, arrayed themselves in a loose white robe It was loose that they might show the people their scars, and white in sign of fidelity and humility (Latin, candidus, whence candidati, clothed in white, etc )
A person running for a specific elective office; a person who is voted upon in an election
A person in the catechumenate who has been baptized, either in the Catholic Church or in another Christian Church, but who has not celebrated Confirmation and/or First Communion
An applicant who is eligible for placement if appointed to a position
Someone who has applied to a mission agency The candidate secretary is the one who corresponds with people who apply to a mission Some agencies gather candidates interested in career service at a week or two of candidate school to orient them to the agency and to evaluate each candidate for acceptance Once accepted by the mission board the candidate is called an appointee
Potential match returned by a recognizer
a politician who is running for public office
A person who stands for election to Parliament
one that aspires to or is nominated or qualified for an office
A set of Assignments constituting an element of a Diagnosis The Find Candidates operation returns a set of Candidate objects
someone who is considered for something for an office or prize or honor etc
Prospective graduating student seeking a degree at Purdue University Calumet
A candidate is someone who is being considered for a position, for example someone who is running in an election or applying for a job. The Democratic candidate is still leading in the polls We all spoke to them and John emerged as the best candidate
One who offers himself, or is put forward by others, as a suitable person or an aspirant or contestant for an office, privilege, or honor; as, a candidate for the office of governor; a candidate for holy orders; a candidate for scholastic honors
A candidate is someone who is studying for a degree at a college
someone who is considered for something (for an office or prize or honor etc )
An individual seeking credit for their achievements through an NVQ/SVQ
- politician who's is up for election A candidate must fill out papers signed by at least 100 people able to vote in their riding, and sign before a witness, before having their name placed on the ballot Candidates who belong to a political party must be nominated by the party members who live in their riding
Person to potentially fill a job opening Usually refers to an applicant who has been qualified for the position and submitted to the client company (may then be known as a "submittal") In contracting, after the candidate is placed they become the "Contractor "
person who is waiting for a transplant
{i} applicant, nominee; politician who is running for public office; examinee; patient who appears to be suitable for a specific treatment; person who in all probability will be affected by a specific disease
One who is already baptized in another Christian faith and who now is preparing to be received into the full communion of the Catholic Church At the time of full reception, he or she will make a profession of faith, be confirmed and receive eucharist
candidate for the premiership
one who is running in an election for Prime Minister
candidate for the presidency
one who is running in an election for president
candidate species
A species of plants or animals classified as a candidate for possible listing as endangered or threatened by a government agency
Manchurian candidate
A person who, unbeknownst to himself, has been convinced to act toward some interest
candid
A spontaneous or unposed photograph

His portraits looked stiff and formal but his candids showed life being lived.

candid
Impartial and free from prejudice

Can we this quote? he knew not where to look for faithful advice, efficient aid, or candid judgement. — Washington Irving — The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus.

darkhorse candidate
One who is nominated unexpectedly, without previously having been discussed or considered as a likely choice
paper candidate
An election candidate with little chance of winning, added to the ballot for publicity and to increase the number standing
private candidate
Person who enters an examination without being enrolled as a student at the educational establishment where he or she sits the exam
release candidate
A version of a program that is nearly ready for release but may still have a few bugs; the status between beta version and release version
candid
straightforward
candid
{a} white, fair, frank, honest, kind
release candidate
The release candidate is a production-quality pre-release one week before the final release. In an ideal world, it would be (functionally) identical to the final release. From here until FinalRelease, changes are only permitted at the release manager's discretion, and will only be allowed for very high-priority showstopper bugs that might justify delaying the release
candid
starkly realistic; "I have never lacked candid critics in my own ranks"-Clement Atlee openly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness; "his candid eyes"; "an open and trusting nature"; "a heart-to-heart talk"
candid
openly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness; "his candid eyes"; "an open and trusting nature"; "a heart-to-heart talk"
candid
Straightforward, open and sincere
candid
A candid photograph of someone is one that was taken when the person did not know they were being photographed. telling the truth, even when the truth may be unpleasant or embarrassing = frank candid about (candide, from candidus , from candere )
candid
White
candid
{s} honest, straightforward, open, frank
candid
informal or natural; especially caught off guard or unprepared; "a candid photograph"; "a candid interview
candid
Open; frank; ingenuous; outspoken
candid
Free from undue bias; disposed to think and judge according to truth and justice, or without partiality or prejudice; fair; just; impartial; as, a candid opinion
candid
Not posed or rehearsed
candid
When you are candid about something or with someone, you speak honestly. I haven't been completely candid with him. a candid interview. = frank
candid
starkly realistic; "I have never lacked candid critics in my own ranks"-Clement Atlee
candid
characterized by directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion; "blunt talking and straight shooting"; "a blunt New England farmer"; "I gave them my candid opinion"; "forthright criticism"; "a forthright approach to the problem"; "tell me what you think--and you may just as well be frank"; "it is possible to be outspoken without being rude"; "plainspoken and to the point"; "a point-blank accusation"
candid
informal or natural; especially caught off guard or unprepared; "a candid photograph"; "a candid interview"
candidates
At a valuation date the top citizens of a town are nominated for the election of the mayor
candidates
Boise State University pre-service teacher candidates in their final professional year, usually seniors
candidates
Individuals whose applications have been accepted for further consideration in the selection process but have not yet been selected finally as ab initio trainee controllers
candidates
plural of candidate
candidates
Individuals admitted to, or enrolled in, programs for the initial or advanced preparation of teachers, teachers continuing their professional development, or other professional school personnel Candidates are distinguished from "students" in P-12 schools
job candidate
an applicant who is being considered for a job
mayoral candidate
candidate for the position of mayor
natural candidate
candidate that logically should receive a particular position
number one candidate
contestant which has the best chance of winning
officer candidate academic studies program
pre-military academic studies
officer candidate expediency tests
series of tests to determine if a soldier is suitable for being an officer
plumb for a candidate
vote for an agreed-upon candidate
present a candidate for elections
publicize the person who will run in the elections
put up a candidate
propose a candidate for election
third party candidate
candidate who does not belong to one of the two major political parties; candidate who does not belong to either the Democratic party or the Republican party (U.S. Politics)
write-in candidate
a candidate for public office whose name does not appear on the ballot and so must be written on the ballot by the voters
candidate

    الواصلة

    can·di·date

    التركية النطق

    kändıdeyt

    النطق

    /ˈkandədāt/ /ˈkændədeɪt/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ kan-d&-"dAt, ka-n&-, - ] (noun.) 1600. From Latin candidatus (“a person who is standing for public office”), the perfect passive participle of candidare, from candidus (“candid, white”), in reference to Roman candidates wearing bleached white togas as a symbol of purity at a public forum.

    فيديوهات

    ... of his life, for the first time in history, we now have a candidate for the mind of God. ...
    ... and a candidate? Using specific examples, can you take this opportunity to debunk that ...

    كلمة اليوم

    gamboge
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