charity

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} hayır

Hayır organizasyonunda klarnet çalmam istendi. - I've been asked to play my clarinet at a charity event.

Tom Mary'nin kolunu büktü ve o hayır kurumumuza biraz para bağışlamayı kabul etti. - Tom twisted Mary's arm and she agreed to donate some money to our charity.

{i} hayırseverlik

Tom hayırseverlik yapmak için sorulmasını sevmez - Tom doesn't like being asked to give to charity.

{i} hayır işi

O hayır işi yapmada aktiftir. - He's active doing charity work.

Tom yerel bir hayır işi için bir web sitesi tasarlamaya gönüllü oldu. - Tom volunteered to design a website for a local charity.

{i} yardımseverlik

Yardımseverlik evde başlar. - Charity begins at home.

{i} hayır kurumu

Tom isimsiz bir şekilde sevdiği hayır kurumuna bir milyon dolar yardımda bulundu. - Tom anonymously donated a million dollars to his favorite charity.

Hayır kurumuna yardım eder misin? - Do you give to charity?

{i} sadaka

O, sadaka almayı reddetti. - She refused to accept charity.

Neredeyse her gün sadaka veririm. - I give charity almost every day.

hayır kuruluşu

O hayır kuruluşuna yaklaşık iki milyar yen bağışta bulunan birinin adı verildi. - That charity is named after someone who contributed about two billion yen.

Bilim ödülünü kazanan ödül parasını hayır kuruluşuna vermeye karar verdi. - The winner of the science prize has decided to give the prize money to charity.

bağış

Tom geçen yıl hayır için ne kadar bağış yaptı? - How much money did Tom donate to charity last year?

Tom yardım kurumuna çok para bağışladı. - Tom contributed a lot of money to the charity.

hamiyet
acıma
{i} merhamet

Onlardan merhamet bekleme. - Don't expect charity from them.

(Mukavele) hayırseverlik, yardımseverlik; yardım derneği, hayır cemiyeti; merhamet; sadaka
{i} hayır cemiyeti, yardım derneği
hayır kurumu/iyilik
hayır cemiyeti
yardım derneği charity school hayat okulu
iyilik
hayrat
charity bazaar
(Bilgisayar) yardım kermesi
charity institution
(Turizm) hayır kurumu
charity organization
(Politika, Siyaset) hayır kurumu
charity school
hayat okulu
Charity begins at home
(Atasözü) Evvela can, sonra canan.Önce can, sonra canan
charity event
Yardım kampanyası
charity shop
sadaka shop
charity workers
hayır kurumu çalışanları
charity begins at home
(deyim) şefkat evde başlar
charity begins at home
yardımseverlik evde yardımlaşmayla başlar
charity collection
yardım toplama
charity principle
(Ticaret) hayırseverlik ilkesi
charity school
hayrat okulu
charity stamp
yardım pulu
charity stripe
(Spor) serbest atış çizgisi
goddess of love and charity
aşk ve sevgi tanrıçası
as cold as charity
sevgisiz
as cold as charity
duygusuz
give to charity
bağışlamak
preach charity
iyiliğe çağırmak
preach charity
yardıma çağırmak
under the veil of charity
hayırseverlik kisvesi altında
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A female given name

'Yes. She really is.' Mark recalled how glorious the name of Charity had sounded to him in the beginning. 'It's not her fault she's called Charity,' he added defensively.

In general, an attitude of kindness and understanding towards others, now especially suggesting generosity

Judge thyself with the judgment of sincerity, and thou will judge others with the judgment of charity. — John Mitchell Mason.

Christian love; representing God's love of man, man's love of God, or man's love of his fellow-men
Benevolence to others less fortunate than ourselves; the providing of goods or money to those in need
An organization, the objective of which is to carry out a charitable purpose
The goods or money given to those in need
{i} giving of money or other goods to the poor
{n} love, affection, tenderness, alms, candor
first used by Puritans, originally more popular than Faith and Hope but rarely used today because of the modern side meaning of charity as welfare work
or almsgiving, the first Paramitas There are three kinds of charity in terms of goods, teaching (Dharma) and courage (fearlessness) Out of the three, the merits and virtues of the teaching of the Buddha Dharma is the most surpassing Charity done for no reward here and hereafter is called pure or unsullied, while the sullied charity is done for the purpose of personal benefits In Buddhism, the merits and virtues of pure charity is the best
Eleemosynary appointments [grants or devises] including relief of the poor or friendless, education, religious culture, and public institutions
The providing of goods or money to those in need
In its traditional legal meaning, the word "charity" encompasses religion, education, assistance to the government, promotion of health, relief of poverty or distress and other purposes that benefit the community Nonprofit organizations that are organized and operated to further one of these purposes generally will be recognized as exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (see 501(c)(3)) and will be eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable gifts
an activity or gift that benefits the public at large a kindly and lenient attitude toward people an institution set up to provide help to the needy a foundation created to promote the public good (not for assistance to any particular individuals)
as a noun, refers to a kind of non-profit organization that solicits and is able to accept donations or gifts from individual and corporate donors A registered charity is a charity which has successfully applied to the federal government under the Income Tax Act for charitable status An organization benefits from obtaining chartiable status because it possesses the privilege of issuing official receipts to donors for their monetary contribution This donor can, in turn, submit the receipt to Revenue Canada for a tax exemption
an activity or gift that benefits the public at large
Liberality to the poor and the suffering, to benevolent institutions, or to worthy causes; generosity
A charity is an organization which raises money in order to help people who are ill, disabled, or very poor. The National Trust is a registered charity. an Aids charity
Love; universal benevolence; good will
Genus: Gift Differentia: Motivated by pity
an organisation which promotes a particular cause for the public benefit, for example child protection, crime prevention, supporting older people
An attitude of kindness and understanding towards others
A charitable institution, or a gift to create and support such an institution; as, Lady Margaret's charity
pinnate-leaved European perennial having bright blue or white flowers
or almsgiving, the first Paramitas There are three kinds of charity in terms of goods, doctrines (Dharma) and courage (fearlessness) Out of the three, the merits and virtues of doctrines charity is the most surpassing Charity done for no reward here and hereafter is called pure or unsullied, while the sullied charity is done for the purpose of personal benefits In Buddhism, the merits and virtues of pure charity is the best
In its traditional legal meaning, the word "charity" encompasses religion, education, and assistance to the government, promotion of health, relief of poverty or distress and other purposes that benefit the community Nonprofit organizations that are organized and operated to further one of these purposes generally will be recognized as exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (See 501(c)(3)) and will be eligible to receive tax-deductible charitable gifts
The third of the Five Pillars of Islam is more accurately called almsgiving In Islam, charity (Arab zadaqah) is better known as the voluntary giving of money, food, etc to the poor It differs from almsgiving, which is obligatory
People who live on charity live on money or goods which other people give them because they are poor. My mum was very proud. She wouldn't accept charity Her husband is unemployed and the family depends on charity
a foundation created to promote the public good (not for assistance to any particular individuals)
or almsgiving, the first Paramita There are three kinds of charity in terms of goods, doctrines (Dharma) and courage (fearlessness) Out of the three, the merits and virtues of doctrines charity is the most surpassing Charity done for no reward here and hereafter is called pure or unsullied, while the sullied charity is done for the purpose of personal benefits In Buddhism, the merits and virtues of pure charity is the best
an institution set up to provide help to the needy
An organization the objects of which are to carry on a charitable purpose
If you give money to charity, you give it to one or more charitable organizations. If you do something for charity, you do it in order to raise money for one or more charitable organizations. He made substantial donations to charity Gooch will be raising money for charity. a charity event
Whatever is bestowed gratuitously on the needy or suffering for their relief; alms; any act of kindness
a kindly and lenient attitude toward people
Charity is an institution or fund established for a charitable purpose Charitable purposes are those which the law regards as charitable The term 'charitable' has a technical legal meaning which is different from its everyday meaning Charitable purposes are: the relief of poverty or sickness or the needs of the aged the advancement of education the advancement of religion, and other purposes beneficial to the community
Liberality in judging of men and their actions; a disposition which inclines men to put the best construction on the words and actions of others
Charity is kindness and understanding towards other people
{i} dole
charity box
A container into which people can put money to be collected by a charitable organization
charity boxes
plural form of charity box
charity label
A label sold by charities in form of a cinderella stamp to raise funds
charity mugger
A person employed by a charity, or by an intermediary fundraising agency employed by the charity, who stands in the street and invites passersby to set up standing orders or direct debits to make regular donations to the charity
charity shop
A shop to where goods are donated, and sold on at cheap prices, with all the profits going to charity
charity stamp
A postage stamp which includes a premium for charitable causes in addition to the charge for postal service
charity stripe
The free-throw line
Charity Commission
a British organization that keeps records of any organization that has been officially recognized as a charity and controls the way that charities are operated
charity ball
social dance which is intended to raise money for a charitable organization
charity begins at home
helping people begins with those who are closest to you
charity case
welfare case: a case for a welfare worker
charity fund
financial fund which donates money to the needy
charity money
money donated to the needy
charity shop
A charity shop is a shop that sells used goods cheaply and gives its profits to a charity. a shop that sells used goods that are given to it, in order to collect money for a charity
Charities
{i} (Greek Mythology) the three Graces, Gracess, three sisters and goddesses of beauty and charm and joy who were the beautiful daughters of Zeus (Aglaia, Euphrosyne and Thalia)
charities
plural of charity
public charity
a charity that is deemed to receive the major part of its support from the public (rather than from a small group of individuals)
charity
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