charter

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(Fizik) Faaliyetin amaç, yetki ve sorumluluklarını tanımlayan resmî nitelikte yazılı bir belge, iç denetim faaliyetinin yönetmeliği, yönetmelik
{f} tutmak
{i} ayrıcalık
üstünlük
(Kanun,Ticaret) gemi kiralama
(Politika, Siyaset) misak
(Ticaret) taşıma ücreti
(Ticaret) anlaşma
(Ticaret) ferman
(Kanun) kuruluş sözleşmesi
(Ticaret) müsaade
uçak kiralamak
imtiyaz vermek
(Ticaret) gemi kiralamak
(Ticaret) ana tüzük
(Kanun) ana sözleşme
vermek patent
(Ticaret) taşıt kiralama
(Politika, Siyaset) çok taraflı anlaşma
nizamname
(Kanun) şart
kiralama

Bir otobüs kiralamak istiyorum. - I want to charter a bus.

Bir yat kiralamak istiyorum. - I would like to charter a yacht.

beyanname
patent
{f} kirala

Bir yat kiralamak istiyorum. - I would like to charter a yacht.

Bir otobüs kiralamak istiyorum. - I want to charter a bus.

patent vermek
kiralamak

Bir otobüs kiralamak istiyorum. - I want to charter a bus.

Bir yat kiralamak istiyorum. - I would like to charter a yacht.

tutma
charter member bir derneğin ilk üyelerinden biri
{f} tanımak (ayrıcalık)
{i} patent, imtiyaz, berat
{i} kontrat
kiralama/kural/kararname
{i} gemi kira kontratı
{f} berat/imtiyaz/patent vermek
kurucu
{i} sözleşme
hak ver/kirala
{i} tüzük
{i} kiralama (toplu taşıma aracı)
{f} (uçak, gemi v.b.'ni) kiralamak, tutmak
(Askeri) ARAÇ KİRALAMA: Bir gemi, uçak vesaire kiralamak
charter plane özel olarak kiralanmış ucuz tarifeli uçak
{f} vermek (patent)
(Politika, Siyaset) bildirge

Birleşmiş Milletler Bildirgesi 1945'de imzalandı. - The United Nations Charter was signed in 1945.

tanımak ayrıcalık
(Ticaret) navlun
(Askeri) charter
(Hukuk) berat
çarter
charter of alliance
(Politika, Siyaset) sened-i ittifak
charter party
(Ticaret) gemi kiralama sözleşmesi
charter airplane
kiralanmış uçak
charter contract
çarter sözleşmesi
charter flight
çarter uçuşu
charter member
kurucu üye
charter service
kiralık uçak servisi
charter bill of lading
carter konsimentosu
charter capital
Kuruluş sermayesi
charter for attributes
kalite kontrolünde kullanılan bir nevi grafik
charter of accounts
hesap şeması
charter school
charter okul
charter airplane
(Havacılık) dolmuş uçak
charter bill of lading
(Ticaret) carter konşimentosu
charter contract
(Ticaret) carter sözleşmesi
charter flight
(isim) özel olarak kiralanmış uçakla ucuz uçuş
charter flight
{i} özel olarak kiralanmış uçakla ucuz uçuş
charter flight
(Ticaret) carter uçuşu
charter flight
çarter seferi
charter of basic social rights
(Politika, Siyaset) sosyal haklar bildirgesi
charter party
gemi kira kontratı
charter party bill of lading
(Ticaret) carter parti konşimento
charter party bill of lading
(Ticaret) carter parti konşimentosu
charter patties
navlun mukaveleleri
charter plane
kiralık ucuz tarifeli uçak
charter plane
kiralanmış ucuz tarifeli uçak
charter ship
çarter gemisi
charter transport
(Turizm) charter taşımacılığı
city charter
(ABD)Şehir tüzüğü
executive air charter
özel çartır uçağı
inclusive tour charter
(Turizm) kapsamlı charter turu
provisioned charter
(Turizm) tedarikli charter
advance booking charter
rezervasyon yaptırılabilir çarter
air charter service
havada dolmuş servisi
chartered
mukaveleli
charterer
gemi kiralayan
chartering
gemi kiralama
great charter
büyük ayrıcalık
atlantic charter
Atlantik şartı
bareboat charter agreement
çıplak gemi kiralama sözleşmesi
chartered
kirala(mak)
slot charter
kısmı carter
united nations charter
Birleşmiş Milletler Sözleşmesi
Atlantic Charter
atlantik şartı [polit.]
ad hoc charter
ad hoc charter'ı
bareboat charter
(Askeri) ÇIPLAK GEMİ KİRALAMA SÖZLEŞMESİ: Gemiyi kiralayana, geminin işletilmesi için gerekli personel ve malzemenin tedariki ile birlikte, bütün yük ve yol masraflarını, deniz ve harp tehlikelerine karşı sigorta ücretlerini karşılama taahhüdü yükleyen sözleşme
berth charter
(Kanun) rıhtımda yükleme mukavelesi
berth charter
(Askeri) liman sözleşmesi
chartered
kirala

Firmanın gezileri için bir otobüs kiraladılar. - They chartered a bus for the firm's outing.

charterer
(isim) kiralayan taraf
charterer
kiralayan taraf
clean charter
(Kanun,Ticaret) temiz sözleşme
clean charter
(Kanun) temiz kira sözleşmesi
constitutional charter
(Kanun) anayasal şart
corporate charter
(Ticaret) şirket kuruluş sözleşmesi
corporate charter
(Ticaret) şirket mukavelenamesi
corporate charter
(Ticaret) şirket nizamnamesi
corporation charter
(Ticaret) şirket mukavelenamesi
corporation charter
(Ticaret) şirket nizamnamesi
demise charter
(Askeri) toptan gemi sözleşmesi
demise charter
(Ticaret) toptan carter
founding charter
(Ticaret) şirket ana mukavelesi
founding charter
(Ticaret) şirket ana sözleşmesi
founding charter
(Ticaret) kurucu sözleşme
great charter
magna karta
great charter
büyük ferman (İng.)
lump sum charter
(Ticaret) götürü carter
public service charter
(Politika, Siyaset) kamu hizmeti sözleşmesi
slot charter
(Ticaret) kısmi carter
space charter
(Askeri) YER TAHSİS ANLAŞMASI: Hükümetle armatör arasında yapılmış ve belirli fit küplük nakliyat sahasının, sefer tahsis emirleriyle, belirli limanlara yolculuklar için faydalanılmasını sağlayan bir anlaşma
split charter
(Turizm) ortaklaşa charter kiralama
time charter
(Askeri) DONANMIŞ GEMİ KİRALAMA SÖZLEŞMESİ: Bir geminin bütün teçhizatını, ikmal maddelerini ve gemiye lüzumlu personeli temin ederek kara kuvvetleri komutanlığı namına bakım ve çalıştırılması için armatör veya diğer bir resmi makamla yapılan sözleşme. Ayrıca bak "base boat charter"
voyage charter
(Ticaret) yolculuk üzerine carter
voyage charter
(Askeri,Kanun) sefer sözleşmesi
without prejudice charter
(Kanun) sözleşmeye halel gelmeden
التركية - التركية
bakınız dolmuş uçak
bakınız: çartır
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
a contract for the commercial leasing of a vessel, or space on a vessel
to grant or establish a charter
the temporary hiring or leasing of a vehicle
a similar document conferring rights and privileges on a person, corporation etc
to lease or hire something by charter
leased or hired
a deed
a document issued by some authority, creating a public or private institution, and defining its purposes and privileges
{n} a patent, deed, grant, privelege
{v} to hire or let a ship
A formal document from a monarch granting a company the exclusive right to trade in a certain area
Issued by a state to the incorporators of a company It is a contract between the state and the incorporators, authorizing the corporation to conduct business Also called certificate of incorporation
If a person or organization charters a plane, boat, or other vehicle, they hire it for their own use. He chartered a jet to fly her home from California to Switzerland Yesterday, a cargo ship chartered by the UN arrived in the capital carrying 1,550 tons of rice
Carriage of cargo or passengers on non-scheduled operations by the aircraft operator or his/her employees for hire or reward, but excluding Regular Public Transport Operations (scheduled services)
An official document issued by state governments that authorizes a corporation to do business
{i} document granting certain rights and privileges; contract, lease
A commitment by management, in document form, stating the scope of authority for an improvement group Resources, including time and money are specifically addressed
hold under a lease or rental agreement; of goods and services
A project team document defining the context, specific details, and plans of a project It includes the initial business case, problem and goal statements, constraints and assumptions, and preliminary plan and scope Periodic reviews with the sponsor ensure alignment with business strategies (see also Product Innovation Charter)
A document outlining the principles, functions, and organization of a juridical entity
If you describe a decision or policy as a charter for someone or something you disapprove of, you mean that it is likely to help or encourage them. They described the Home Office scheme as a `charter for cheats'. Document granting certain specified rights, powers, privileges, or functions from the sovereign power of a state to a person, corporation, city, or other unit of local organization. In Magna Carta (1215), King John granted certain liberties to the English people. Elsewhere in medieval Europe, monarchs issued charters to towns, guilds, universities, and other institutions, granting the institution certain privileges and sometimes specifying how they should conduct their internal affairs. Later, charters were granted to overseas trading companies (e.g., the British East India Co.), granting them monopolies in certain areas. Britain's colonies in North America were established by charter. Modern charters may be corporate or municipal. A corporate charter, issued by a governmental body, grants individuals the power to form a corporation, or limited-liability company. A municipal charter is a law that creates a new political subdivision and allows the people within it to organize themselves into a municipal corporation, in effect delegating to the people the powers of local self-government. Atlantic Charter Charter Oath Charter of 1814 chartered company
The Royal Charter, allowing the Lord of Altrincham, Hamo de Masci, to hold a market and fair was sealed by Edward I in 1290 and was followed by Hamo's own (undated) charter which created Altrincham a market borough Hamo's object was to improve his finances through more opportunities for local taxes Money had become difficult due to wars and dowries The charter included the right to hold a Tuesday market and a fair on the Feast of the Assumption, in 1319 changed to the Feast of St James The Tuesday market is still held and later a Saturday market was introduced The Charter made Altrincham a free borough separate from Dunham (which included Bowdon) and created the Court Leet
A set of principles that form the constitution of an organisation
A special privilege, immunity, or exemption
The document that creates a corporation, often called the articles of incorporation The charter is filed with the secretary of state in the state of incorporation It establishes the basic framework for the corporation, including its purpose, the amount of stock it may issue, and the number of its directors Only shareholders may alter a corporate charter
A document prepared at the beginning of the project by the primary project participants that includes a mission statement, high level objectives, constraints and assumptions, and any cost or schedule goals that are known The charter is created during a chartering meeting where the project leads and the project sponsor agree on what will be accomplished by the project
At the district level charters are not rated and are identified with the label Charter At the school level, these schools can be rated Exemplary, Recognized, Acceptable, or Low Performing, or can be evaluated under the alternative education procedures if appropriate The first year of operation for a charter is a benchmark year and any schools in a first-year charter are not rated This is shown as NR: Charter (New) If a charter school had insufficient data to be evaluated for a rating, the rating label for the school will be NR: Charter (ID)
{f} hire, rent
Document that outlines the principles, functions and organization of a body, such as the ASSC, FAST, or Project Office
The letting or hiring a vessel by special contract, or the contract or instrument whereby a vessel is hired or let; as, a ship is offered for sale or charter
engage for service under a term of contract; "We took an apartment on a quiet street"; "Let's rent a car"; "Shall we take a guide in Rome?"
A charter is a formal document describing the rights, aims, or principles of an organization or group of people. Article 50 of the United Nations Charter
A written evidence in due form of things done or granted, contracts made, etc
An official description of what a newsgroup is all about, whether it's moderated, and what kinds of topics the group will discuss For specific information about a newsgroup, read the group's FAQ
A written commitment approved by management stating the scope of authority for an improvement project or team
Government authorization to do business A credit union or other financial institution must have a charter with a state or the federal government
between man and man; a deed, or conveyance
document stating the principles, purposes and duties of an organization
A school providing free public elementary and/or secondary education to eligible students under a specific charter granted by the state legislature or other appropriate authority, and designated by such authority to be a charter school back to top
a contract to hire or lease transportation
A document that describes the scope, deliverables, dependencies, and process of a Working Group or other Group
Document recording a grant A royal charter is distinguished from other forms of royal instrument as it has a witness list and notifies specific groups of the royal act
See Charter party, under Charter, n
a document incorporating an institution and specifying its rights; includes the articles of incorporation and the certificate of incorporation
See Charter party, below
To hire or let by charter, as a ship
A charter plane or boat is one which is hired for use by a particular person or group and which is not part of a regular service. the last charter plane carrying out foreign nationals. frequent charter flights to Spain
grant a charter to
A document issued by a state that gives legal status to a corporation and details its specific rights, including the authority to issue a certain maximum number of shares of stock
To establish by charter
The document that lays out what topics a newsgroup will cover, what its name will be, and other relevant details
An instrument in writing, from the sovereign power of a state or country, executed in due form, bestowing rights, franchises, or privileges
To enter into a contract to hire a ship or other vessel See charter party
A law that incorporates, or officially establishes, a local government such as a county, town, or city and that must be passed by a state's legislative body
a document incorporating an institution and specifying its rights; includes the articles of incorporation and the certificate of incorporation a contract to hire or lease transportation grant a charter to
Also, an instrument in writing from the constituted authorities of an order or society (as the Freemasons), creating a lodge and defining its powers
An act of a legislative body creating a municipal or other corporation and defining its powers and privileges
Also known as Articles of Incorporation A document issued by a state that gives legal status to a corporation and details its specific rights, including the authority to issue a certain maximum number of shares of stock
charter pilot
A pilot available for hire to fly, typically over short routes in light aircraft
charter school
A particular alternative to public school. Usually more focused on students studying on their own at home and infrequently checking in with the school
charter schools
plural form of charter school
charter capital
The assets brought together to form a company. For example, a joint stock company takes its charter capital and divides it into a set number of shares
charter party
The contract of hire for a ship
charter school
Charter schools are primary or secondary schools that receive public money (and like other schools, may also receive private donations) but are not subject to some of the rules, regulations, and statutes that apply to other public schools in exchange for some type of accountability for producing certain results, which are set forth in each school's charter
Charter Oath
or Five Articles Oath Oath issued in 1868 by Japan's Meiji emperor. One article, important in spurring the creation of a new legislative body, promised that assemblies would be widely established and that all matters would be "decided by public discussion." Two articles promised an end to feudal class restrictions and "evil customs of the past," and another stated that all classes should work together to "carry out the plan of government." Lastly, it was declared that "knowledge shall be sought throughout the world to promote the welfare of the empire." The Charter Oath set the progressive tone of the Meiji period. See also Meiji Restoration
Charter of 1814
or Charte Constitutionnelle French constitution issued by Louis XVIII after he became king (see Bourbon Restoration). The charter, which was revised in 1830 and remained in effect until 1848, preserved many liberties won by the French Revolution. It established a constitutional monarchy with a bicameral parliament, guaranteed civil liberties, proclaimed religious toleration, and acknowledged Catholicism as the state religion
charter flight
{i} flight which is rented for a specific trip
charter flight
an aircraft journey that is arranged for a particular group or for a particular purpose, and that usually costs less than an ordinary aircraft journey scheduled flight
charter member
one of the original members when an organization was founded
charter member
A charter member of a club, group, or organization is one of the first members, often one who was involved in setting it up. An original member or a founder of an organization. an original member of a club or organization British Equivalent: founder member
charter party
Admiralty term for a contract with the owner of a vessel for the use of the entire vessel for one or more voyages
charter party
An agreement, between a ship's owner and a charterer, for the hiring of a vessel for a specific purpose
charter party
This written contract includes freight rates and the ports involved in transportation of the cargo Usually on a special form, the charter party is drawn up for the vessel owner and a charterer who rents use of the vessel
charter party
a written contract between the owner of a vessel and the person who rents the vessel or a part of its freight space
charter party
A contract in which the ship owner agrees to place his vessel or a part of it at the disposal of a third party, the charterer, for the carriage of goods for which he receives a freight per ton cargo, or to let his vessel for a definite period or trip for which a hire is paid
charter party
A deed between a shipowner and a merchant for the hire of a ship or other vessel for the delivery of a cargo
charter party
A written contract, usually on a special form, between the owner of a vessel and a "charterer" who rents use of the vessel or a part of its freight space The contract generally includes the freight rates and the ports involved in the transportation
charter party
A contract between a shipowner and the charterer for the use of a vessel for one or more voyages or for a specific period of time Terms of the Charter Party govern the rights and obligations of each party, and may not contain the same responsibilities that exist under other contracts of affreightment
charter party
Renting of an entire vessel or part of its freight space for a particular trip or stipulated time period
charter party
A contractual agreement between a ship owner and a cargo owner, usually arranged by a broker, whereby a ship is chartered (hired) either for one voyage or a period of time
charter party
A contract to hire or lease a vessel or aircraft for the transportation of goods for a specific voyage/flight The terms thereof normally differ from those prevailing for the regular carriage of cargo by a liner vessel Under ICC, UCP 400, Charters are prohibited unless specifically allowed under the credit
charter party
A contract in which the ship-owner agrees to place his vessel or a part of it at the disposal of a third party, the charterer, for the carriage of goods for which he receives a freight per ton cargo, or to let his vessel for a definite period or trip for which a hire is paid
charter party
A document of contract, or agreement, by which a ship- owner agrees to lease, and a charterer agrees to hire, an entire ship, or all or part of the cargo space to carry cargo for an agreed sum under certain conditions
charter school
Charter schools are public schools that must implement open enrollment, employ educators who hold valid teaching licenses, and comply with most of the same regulations as other public schools The purpose of charter schools is to (1) continue to improve student learning, (2) encourage the use of different and innovative teaching models, (3) create new professional opportunities for educators to design and implement learning programs, (4) increase choice of learning opportunities for students, (5) establish new models of public schools and a new form of accountability, and (6) provide for greater parent involvement
charter school
means an open enrollment public school, operated independent of any school board and managed by a board of trustees A charter school shall operate as a nonprofit secular organization under a charter granted by the state board and in accordance with RSA 194-B
charter school
A public or private school that is exempted from significant state or local rules that normally govern the operation and management of public schools It is created by a developer as a public or private school, or is adapted by a developer from an existing public school, and is operated under public or private supervision and directions It operates in pursuit of a specific set of education objectives determined by the school's developer and agreed to by the public or private chartering agency and provides a program of elementary and secondary education, or both It meets all applicable federal, health, and local health and safety requirements; and operates in accordance with state law
charter school
Charter schools are independent public schools designed and operated by educators, parents, community leaders, educational entrepreneurs, and others They are sponsored by designated local or state educational organizations, who monitor their quality and effectiveness but allow them to operate outside of the traditional system of public schools Top
charter school
A group of teachers, parents, and even businesses may petition a local school board, or state government, to form a charter school which is exempt from many state and local regulations Designed to promote creative new schools, the charter represents legal permission to try new approaches to educate students First charter legislation was passed in Minnesota in 1991
charter school
A public school designed by a group of individuals from the ground up in order to meet a specific purpose with clearly delineated outcome objectives for students
charter school
A public school operated independently of the local school board, often with a curriculum and educational philosophy different from the other schools in the system. a school in the US that is run by parents, companies etc rather than by the public school system, but which the state government supports
charter school
an experimental public school for kindergarten through grade 12; created and organized by teachers and parents and community leaders; operates independently of other schools
change the charter
alter the contract or deed, alter the constitution
chartered
{a} privileged, endowed, contracted
state charter school
Charter schools are primary or secondary schools that receive public money (and like other schools, may also receive private donations) but are not subject to some of the rules, regulations, and statutes that apply to other public schools in exchange for some type of accountability for producing certain results, which are set forth in each school's charter
Atlantic Charter
Joint declaration issued on Aug. 14, 1941, during World War II, by Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt. Among the statements made in this propaganda manifesto, signed when the U.S. had not yet entered the war, were that neither the U.S. nor Britain sought aggrandizement and that both advocated the restoration of self-government to peoples forcibly deprived of it. The charter was incorporated by reference in the Declaration of the UN (1942)
Atlantic Charter
pact made in 1941 between the United States and Britain that listed the countries' intentions regarding World War II and their goals for postwar Europe (later used as the basis for the UN Charter)
United Nations Charter
constitution of the United Nations
bank charter
a charter authorizing the operation of a bank
chartered
Granted or established by charter; having, or existing under, a charter; having a privilege by charter
chartered
Chartered is used to indicate that someone, such as an accountant or a surveyor, has formally qualified in their profession. chartered accountant/surveyor/engineer etc an accountant, surveyor etc who has successfully completed special examinations
chartered
hired for the exclusive temporary use of a group of travelers; "a chartered plane"; "the chartered buses arrived on time
chartered
past of charter
chartered
Having a charter
chartered
{s} done according to a charter; rented, leased
chartered
hired for the exclusive temporary use of a group of travelers; "a chartered plane"; "the chartered buses arrived on time"
chartered
Hired or let by charter, as a ship
charterer
A merchant or other person who hires a ship or other vessel
charterer
The person to whom is given the use of the whole of the carrying capacity of a ship for the transportation of cargo or passengers to a stated port for a specified time
charterer
A person who charters something
charterer
one who hires a ship for a voyage
charterer
The legal person who has signed a charter party with the owner of a vessel and thus hires or leases a vessel or an aircraft or a part of the capacity thereof
charterer
An entity, who hires a ship to carry their cargo, passengers or other goods
charterer
In maritime law, party who "leases" the vessel from the owner for the transportation of goods
charterer
Person who hires a vessel either on a voyage or for a period of time
charterer
One who charters; esp
charterer
The company or person given the use of the vessel for the transportation of cargo or passengers for a specified time
charterer
{i} one who grants a charter; one who hires a ship or plane
charterers
plural of charterer
charters
plural of charter
revoke a charter
cancel a charter, revoke a pact, annul a covenant
royal charter
a charter granted by the sovereign (especially in Great Britain)
time charter
A charter party hiring a vessel for a specified period of time or a particular voyage, in which the shipowner provides the vessel and crew while the charterer supplies the cargo Also known as non-demise charter
time charter
The hiring of a vessel from a shipowner for a period of time Under this type of contract, the Shipowner places his ship, with crew and equipment, at the disposal of the Charterer, for which the Charterer periodically pays Hire Money Subject to any restrictions in the contract, the Charterer decides the type and quantity of cargo to be carried and the ports of loading and discharging The Charterer is responsible for supplying the vessel with bunkers and for the payment of cargo handling operations, canal and port charges, pilotage, towage and ship’s agency The technical operation and navigation of the vessel remains the responsibility of the Shipowner A vessel hired in this way is said to be on Time Charter Such periods can vary from the anticipated time necessary to perform a specific voyage (e g two months), short term time charters; a number of voyages in succession (e g six to nine months), medium term time charters; or a number of years, long term time charters
time charter
A charter for varying periods of time, usually between two and ten years, under which the owner hires out the vessel to the shipper fully manned, provisioned, stored and insured The charterer is usually responsible for bunkers, port charges, canal tolls and any crew overtime connected with the cargo The charter rate (hire) is quoted in terms of a cost per month per deadweight ton
time charter
A contract to rent a fully-equipped vessel including crew for a certain period of time
time charter
A form of charter party wherein owner lets or leases his vessel and crew to the charterer for a stipulated period of time The charterer pays for the bunkers and port charges in addition to the charter hire
التركية - الإنجليزية
charter
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