career

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الإنجليزية - التركية
kariyer

Justin Bieber müzik kariyerine başladığında on dört yaşındaydı. - When Justin Bieber started his music career, he was fourteen years old.

Madonna'nın kariyerine bir süre için geri dönmeyeceğine bahse girerim. - I'll bet Madonna doesn't return to her career for awhile.

kariyer,v.son hızda git: n.meslek
iş hayatı
meşgale
uğraşı
uğraş
{f} son hızda git
meslek yaşamı
profesyonel
son süratle gitmek
{i} meslekte başarı kazanma
{i} sürat
{i} hız
{i} meslek hayatı
{i} kariyer yapma

Bunun dışında bir kariyer yapmayı düşünüyor musun? - Are you thinking of making a career out of it?

take up a career bir mesleğe girmek
in full career bütün hızıcareerist meslek bakımından ilerlemeye meraklı olan kimse
{f} hız yapmak
{f} dörtnala koşmak
{i} meslek

Ebeveynlerim meslek seçimimi onaylamıyor. - My parents don't approve of my career choice.

Mesleki kariyeri mahvoldu. - His professional career was bankrupt.

career woman meslek sahibi kadın
{f} koşmak
speed
sürat

Son sürat gitmek istiyorum. - I want to go full speed.

Ben azami sürat yapıyorum. - I'm doing the speed limit.

career education
uzmanlık eğitimi
career opportunities
(Ticaret) iş fırsatları
career woman
meslek sahibi kadın
career advisor
Kariyer danışmanı
career army
kariyer ordu
career break
kariyer molası
career counseling
kariyer danışmanlığı
career counselors
kariyer danışmanları
career ladder
kariyer basamaklarını
career move
Kariyerde yükselmek için yapılan atak
career presentation
meslek tanıtımı
career wise
kariyere yönelik

career wise period is good in upcoming two years.

career assistant
(Ticaret) kariyer asistanı
career development course
(Askeri) meslek gelişim kursu
career employee
(Ticaret) meslek memuru
career employee
(Ticaret) meslekten yetişme memur
career field
(Askeri) BİRBİRİ İLE İLGİLİ ASKERİ MESLEK İHTİSASLARI GRUBU
career guidance
(Askeri) MESLEK KILAVUZU: Evler ve subaylar için sınıflandırma, eğitim, atanma ve terfi planı. Bu kılavuz; şahsın kabiliyet ve şahsi teşebbüsüne dayanarak, en üst derece ve rütbeye yükselmesini mümkün kılar
career guidance
(Askeri) meslek kılavuzu
career ladders
kariyer basamakları
career management
(Askeri) MESLEKİ YÖNETİM PLANI: Bak. "career planning"
career plan
kariyer planı
career planning
(Askeri) MESLEKİ YÖNETİM PLANLAMASI: Subayların doğuştan mevcut kabiliyetleri, istidatları ve ilgileri azami derecede geliştirmek ve kazandıkları meleke, topladıkları bilgilerden en iyi faydalanma imkanını sağlamak için hazırlanan plan
career specialist
(Ticaret) kariyer uzmanı
career step
kariyer basamağı
career steps
kariyer basamakları
career summary
(Askeri) on yıllık safahat çizelgesi
career summary
(Askeri) ON YILLIK SAFAHAT ÇİZELGESİ: Bir subayın on yıllık hal sercümesini (statement of service) gösteren çizelge
career training
(Askeri) MESLEK EĞİTİMİ
carve out a career for oneself
kariyer yapmak
do a career
Kariyer yapmak
begin a career
meslek hayatına atılmak
begin a career
kariyere başlamak
begin one's career
kariyerine başlamak
dual career
çift kariyerli
embark on a career
bir mesleğe başlamak
speed
ivinti
speed
hız sınırını aşmak
speed
çabuk gitmek
career path
kariye
move up the career ladder
(deyim) Kariyer basamaklarını tırmanmak
army career field
(Askeri) kara kuvvetleri meslek sahası
army career field
(Askeri) ORDU MESLEK SAHASI: Bak. "career field"
at the zenith of one's career
mesleğinin zirvesinde olmak
dual career family
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) çift kariyerli aile
enter upon a career
mesleğe girmek
in full career
son süratte
in full career
tüm hızıyla
in full career
(Fiili Deyim ) olanca hızıyla
individual career decision
kişisel kariyer kararı
professional music career
profesyonel müzik kariyeri
pursuing a career
kariyer (meslek) edinme
pursuing a career
mesleğini devam ettirme
speed
{f} hızlandırmak

Tom süreci hızlandırmak için elinden geleni yaptı. - Tom did his best to speed up the process.

speed
(fiil) yolunu açık etmek, uğurlamak, yolcu etmek, hızlandırmak, hız yapmak, süratli gitmek, başarılı olmak
speed
{i} başarı
speed
hızla gitmek
speed
vitesli
speed
uğur getirmek
speed
{i} hızlılık
speed
{i} çabukluk
speed
{f} yolunu açık etmek
speed
eski uğur
speed
{i} ışığa duyarlık
speed
{i} vites
speed
geç

İşte bir hız arabası geliyor, geçelim! - Here comes a speeding car, let's cross!

Seni harekete geçireyim. - Let me bring you up to speed.

speed
eski uğurlu kılmak
speed
{f} (sped/--ed) çabuk gitmek, hızla gitmek, süratle gitmek
the height of one's career
kariyerinin zirvesinde
the peak of one's career
kariyerinin zirvesinde
vocational career
mesleki kariyer
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A jouster's path during a joust

These knights, therefore, their aim being thus eluded, rushed from opposite sides betwixt the object of their attack and the Templar, almost running their horses against each other ere they could stop their career.

speed

It may be admitted that Democracy, in all meanings of the word, is in full career; irresistible by any Ritter Kauderwalsch or other Son of Adam, as times go.

An individual’s work and life roles over their lifespan
To move rapidly straight ahead, especially in an uncontrolled way

The car careered across the road and went through a hedge.

One's calling in life; a person's occupation; one's profession
{v} to run fast
{n} a course, race, motion
the general progression of your working or professional life; "the general had had a distinguished career"; "he had a long career in the law" the particular occupation for which you are trained move headlong at high speed; "The cars careered down the road"; "The mob careered through the streets
A race course: the ground run over
Your academic group See academic career
A career position is a position established at a fixed or variable percentage of time at 50 percent or more of full-time, which is expected to continue for one year or longer In addition, a limited appointment shall be designated as a career appointment when the incumbent has obtained 1,000 hours of qualifying service in any 12 consecutive months without a break in service of at least 120 consecutive calendar days
the general progression of your working or professional life; "the general had had a distinguished career"; "he had a long career in the law"
To move or run rapidly
{i} profession; fast run, gallop
The sequence of a person's work-related activities, behaviours, associated attitudes, values and aspirations over the span of one's life (McMahon and Merman, 1987)
{s} professional, of a career
Ones calling in life; a persons occupation
General course of action or conduct in life, or in a particular part or calling in life, or in some special undertaking; usually applied to course or conduct which is of a public character; as, Washington's career as a soldier
The work or profession that one has prepared for in a certain area, such as business, public service, medicine, law, science, etc
UG for undergraduate, GR for graduate
the particular occupation for which you are trained
Your career is the part of your life that you spend working. During his career, he wrote more than fifty plays She began her career as a teacher
The flight of a hawk
the sequence of jobs occupied by a person through the course of his or her lifetime
An individual's work and life roles over their lifespan
Careers advice or guidance in British English, or career advice or guidance in American English, consists of information about different jobs and help with deciding what kind of job you want to do. Get hold of the company list from your careers advisory service
Academic career distinguishes programs that are at different levels The careers defined are: Postgraduate (PGRD) Undergraduate (UGRD) Other (NONS)
The work you choose as your occupation for life
A career is the job or profession that someone does for a long period of their life. She is now concentrating on a career as a fashion designer a career in journalism. a political career
Business activity or occupation; something done to make a living
An occupation or profession followed as one's life work
If a person or vehicle careers somewhere, they move fast and in an uncontrolled way. His car careered into a river He went careering off down the track. = hurtle. to move forwards quickly without control, making sudden sideways movements American Equivalent: careencareer down/along/towards etc
An evolving sequence of work activities and positions that individuals experience over time as well as the associated attitudes, knowledge, and competencies that develop throughout one's life (18)
A jousters path during a joust
the particular occupation for which you are trained move headlong at high speed; "The cars careered down the road"; "The mob careered through the streets
move headlong at high speed; "The cars careered down the road"; "The mob careered through the streets"
{f} rush, dash, speed, hurtle
is a lifestyle concept that involves a sequence of work or leisure activities in which one engages throughout a lifetime Careers are unique to each person and are dynamic, unfolding throughout life They include not only occupations, but pre-vocational and post vocational concerns as well as how persons integrate their work life roles (Herr and Cramer, 1984) The sequence of occupations, jobs, and positions engaged in or occupied throughout the lifetime of a person (Super and Bohn, 1970 from Srebalus, Marinelli and Messing, 1982, p 97)
A running; full speed; a rapid course
This is a profession which you have trained for and intend to stay for a period of time
a sequence of jobs held during a person's work life
career break
A period of time when one chooses not to have a job, for example because he wants to travel or look after his children
career breaks
plural form of career break
career criminal
A person who makes a living illegally by committing crimes
career criminals
plural form of career criminal
career-limiting move
An act that is likely to result in the actor's demotion or loss of employment

Kind of a career limiting move to leave the game running where management might find it.

career ladder
The Career ladder is a metaphor or buzzword used to denote vertical job promotion. In business and human resources management, the ladder typically describes the progression from entry level positions to higher levels of pay, skill, responsibility, or authority. This metaphor is spatially oriented, and frequently used to denote upward mobility within a stratified promotion model. Because the ladder does not provide for lateral movement, it is assumed to be a singular track with the greatest benefits at the top
career move
Something you do in order to progress in your job
career army
standing army, regular army
career aspiration
professional ambition, vocational goal
career break
If someone takes a career break, they stop working in their particular profession for a period of time, with the intention of returning to it later. Many women still take career breaks to bring up children. a short period of time when you do not work in your usual job or profession, for example because you want to look after your children
career counseling
counseling on career opportunities
career counselor
a careers officer
career development
Career development is the process through which an individual comes to understand his or her place in the world of work Students develop and identify their careers through a continuum of career awareness, career exploration, and work exposure activities that helps them to discern their own career path Career development encompasses and individual's education and career related choices, and the outcome of those choices
career development
The outcomes of actions on career plans The outcomes that are may be based on the needs of the organisation and / or the individual (Storey, 1979)
career development
aligns individual employee development with future organizational human resource needs to achieve an optimal match of individual and organizational needs; includes succession planning
career development
Company sponsored programs that prepare employees for advancement within the organization
career development
Securing additional training and on-the-job experience over time
career development
professional advancement, development of professional skills
career fair
An activity designed to help students think about their interests and abilities in relation to potential careers, and to meet people who can assist them in getting the necessary skills and experience for workforce success
career fair
There are many types of job and career fairs -- from those scheduled during holidays for college students to industry-specific fairs for professionals -- but they all have a common theme: a chance for a company to meet and screen a large volume of potential job candidates while simultaneously an opportunity for job-seekers to meet and screen a large number of employers
career fair
Career fair activities bring the workplace to the school Employers representing various industry or career areas are invited to come to the schools where they set up booths or display various equipment or other career related items for students to see Students have the opportunity to visit different demonstrations, hear presentations and talk to industry representatives about various aspects of the represented occupation or industry Variations on career fairs include Vehicle Days, Uniform Days, Hat Days and Tool Days
career fair
There are many types of job and career fairs -- from those scheduled during Spring Break for college students to industry-specific fairs for professionals -- but they all have a common theme: a chance for a company to meet and screen a large volume of potential job candidates while simultaneously an opportunity for job-seekers to meet and screen a large number of employers Read more
career girl
a woman who follows a professional career
career man
a man who follows a professional career
career service
long term military service
career soldier
soldier who has chosen the army as his profession
career woman
woman who works full time in a profession
career woman
A career woman is a woman with a career who is interested in working and progressing in her job, rather than staying at home looking after the house and children. a woman whose career is very important to her, so that she may not want to get married or have children
dual-career family
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) A family in which both partners pursue occupational careers. Such families are still relatively rare, and findings about dual-career families may not generalize to dual-earner families (where both partners are formally employed but only one—usually the male—pursues a career), which are now the norm. However, empirical studies suggest that both career women and those with less rewarding jobs appear to work a double shift, combining home and work responsibilities
dual-career marriage
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) Marriages in which both partners pursue occupational careers. Such marriages are still relatively rare, and findings about dual-career marriages may not generalize to dual-earner families (where both partners are formally employed but only one—usually the male—pursues a career), which are now the norm. However, empirical studies suggest that both career women and those with less rewarding jobs appear to work a double shift, combining home and work responsibilities
two-career family
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) A family in which both partners pursue occupational careers. Such families are still relatively rare, and findings about dual-career families may not generalize to dual-earner families (where both partners are formally employed but only one—usually the male—pursues a career), which are now the norm. However, empirical studies suggest that both career women and those with less rewarding jobs appear to work a double shift, combining home and work responsibilities
two-career marriage
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) Marriages in which both partners pursue occupational careers. Such marriages are still relatively rare, and findings about dual-career marriages may not generalize to dual-earner families (where both partners are formally employed but only one—usually the male—pursues a career), which are now the norm. However, empirical studies suggest that both career women and those with less rewarding jobs appear to work a double shift, combining home and work responsibilities
academic career
profession in a university or college, profession of studying
careered
past of career
careering
present participle of career
careers
The end of lifetime employment means personal growth planning to include congruence with a series of employers
careers
Career Airmen Reenlistment Reservation System
careers
third-person singular of career
careers
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careers
The web pages produced by the QUB Careers Office
careers
plural of , career
careers
Is where future employment with AssureCare can be found An equal opportunity employer that offers competitive compensation and full benefits
cut short his career
unexpectedly ended his career
fast career development
rapid professional advancement
his career is finished
his career is over, he will never work in this field again
in career service
owing the army additional service beyond the regular army service
made a career
built a career
made a career change
changed careers
military career
army career, lifetime profession in the military
professional career
functioning as a career-oriented individual, carrying on a way of life worthy of a professional
retraining and career change
returning to a program of study in order to learn a new profession and change careers
second career
new profession that an older person enters when he is already experienced in a different field
career
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