clause

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الإنجليزية - التركية
fıkra
clausal cümlecikle ilgili
gram cümlecik
(Ticaret) özel koşul
antlaşma
(Dilbilim) tümcecik
(Ticaret) korunma klozu
(Kanun) özel şart
(Ticaret) sözleşme maddesi
koşul
(Ticaret) kayıt
(Dilbilim) önerme
(Politika, Siyaset) anlaşma maddesi
tümce
yantümce
madde
cümlecik
{i} cümle

Bazı uzmanlara göre, konuşulan dil çok az sayıda yan cümleler kullanır. - According to some experts the spoken language uses few subordinate clauses.

O cümlede bir dilbilgisel hata var. - There's a grammatical mistake in that clause.

(Mukavele) şart, madde, hüküm, bent, fıkra
yan cümle/madde
{i} bent
{i} madde, bent, hüküm, fıkra, şart
{i} dilb. cümle veya yancümle ya da bazı geçmiş zaman sıfat-fiilleri gibi bir özne ve ona ait bir
hüküm fıkra
kontrat
ibare
clause of statement
bildirme tümcesi
clause-type
Cümlecik türü
clause marker
(Dilbilim) tümcecik belirleyeni
clause of adhesion
katılım koşulu
clause penal
(Kanun) cezai şart
relative clause
dilb. (who, which veya that gibi ilgi zamirini içeren) ilgileme cümlesi
adjective clause
(Dilbilim) sıfat tümceciği
comment clause
(Dilbilim) ek bilgi tümceciği
compulsory clause
(Kanun) mecburi kayıt
compulsory clause
(Kanun) mecburi şart
conditional clause
(Dilbilim) koşul yantümcesi
dependent clause
yantümce
embedded clause
(Dilbilim) içe yerleşik tümcecik
exemption clause
bağışıklık klozu
inspection clause
(Sigorta) teftiş hükmü
paramount clause
(Sigorta) üstünlük hükmü
relative clause
(Dilbilim) sıfat tümceciği
relative clause
(Dilbilim) ilgi yantümcesi
relative clause
(Dilbilim) ilgi cümleciği
relative clause
(Dilbilim) ilgileme cümlesi
strike clause
(Ticaret) grev şartı
conditional clause
şart cümlesi
coordinate clause
sıralı tümce
coordinate clause
bağlaçlı yan cümle
defining relative clause
tanımlayan ilgi cümleciği
discretionary clause
isteğe bağlı koşul
foreign currency clause
kambiyo kaydı
independent clause
bağımsız tümce
independent clause
bağımsız cümlecik
main clause
temel cümle
main clause
temel tümce
non-defining clause
tanımlamayan ilgi cümleciği
non-defining relative clause
tanımlamayan ilgi cümleciği
object clause
nesne tümce
parenthetic clause
aratümce
parenthetic clause
aracümle
proviso clause
koşulları içeren bölüm
subordinate clause
yan cümle
subordinate clause
yantümce
a clause
bir fıkra
adjective clause
sıfat tamlaması
adverbial clause
(Dilbilim) Zarf tümleci
adverbial clause
(Dilbilim) Zarf cümleciği
arbitration clause
tahkim şartının
both to blame collision clause
(Gemicilik) Bir gemi ile diğer geminin her iki tarafın ihmali sonucunda çarpışması durumunda, olay sonucu ortaya çıkan maddi kayıpların ve çarpışmadan önceki faiz değerinin dikkate alınarak her iki gemi tarafından mal sahiplerinin kayıplarının karşılanması
both to blame collision clause
Sözlük anlamı iki tarafı da sorumlu tutan hüküm olmakla beraber konşimento ya da taşıma sözleşmesine konulduğunda önemli bazı sonuçlar doğurur. Örn. yük taşıyan bir geminin yüksüz olarak seyreden bir gemi ile çatışması halinde boş geminin yükte meydana gelen hasar nedeniyle yük sahibine ödediği tazminattan yük sahibinin de taşımayı yapan gemiye çatışmadaki hasar oranına göre ödeme yapması gerekir
clauses
sınıflar
competence clause
yetkinlik fıkra
constructive total loss clause
(Sigorta) Sigorta teminatı kapsamındaki tehlikelerden birinin gerçekleşmesi sonucu, hasarı önlemek için yapılacak masrafın, kurtarılacak değeri aşması veya sigorta konusu olan şeyin tahmini tamir masrafının, ekonomik maliyet sınırını geçmesi hallerinde hükmi tam ziya durumu sözkonusu olmaktadır
coordinate clause
bağlaçlı yan cümle, sıralı tümce, bağımlı sıralı tümce
defining clause
tanımlayan cümlecik, tanımlayan yantümce
defining relative clause
tanımlayan ilgi cümlecigi
descriptive clause
tanımlayıcı fıkra
discharging clause
tahliye şartı
exclusion clause
dışlama fıkra
frustration clause
hayal kırıklığı fıkra
if clause
eğer fıkra
if-clause
(Dilbilim) Koşullu yan cümlecik
material value clause
maddi değer şartı
material-value clause
maddi değeri fıkra
new jason clause
(Gemicilik) Taşıma kontratı gereği kargo sahibinin sorumluluğunda olan tehlike ve masrafların sigortalanması durumu
notwithstanding clause
fıkra rağmen
noun clause
(Dilbilim) İsim cümleciği
noun clause
isim tamlaması
parenthetical clause
aracümle, aracümlecik, aratümce
red clause credit
kırmızı kayıtlı akreditif
reported clause
rapor fıkra
result clause
sonuç tümceciği
sub-clause
alt-maddesi
subordinate clause
(Dilbilim) Yancümle
subordinate clause as indefinite noun
belirtisiz ad tamlaması
war risk clause
savaş riski klozu
arbitration clause
(Politika, Siyaset) tahkim klozu
assignment clause
(Kanun) ciroya dair şart
bonus clause
(Kanun) prim şartı
continued coverage clause
(Sigorta) sürekli teminat klozu
duration clause
(Ticaret) devam klozu
escalator clause
eskalasyon şartı
escalator clause
enflasyona göre maaş artışı maddesi
escape clause
(Ticaret) cayma şartı
escape clause
(Ticaret) şarttan korunma klozu
escape clause
(Ticaret) kaçınma hükmü
gasoline clause
(Kanun) benzin klozu
gold clause
altın kaydı
gold clause
(Kanun) altın klozu
hours clause
(Sigorta) zaman klozu
independent clause
(Dilbilim) bağımsız tümcecik
location clause
(Sigorta) mahal klozu
nationality clause
(Politika, Siyaset) ulusallık maddesi
printed clause
(Ticaret) basılmış koşul
printed clause
(Ticaret) basılmış şart
provisional clause
geçici madde
ready berth clause
(Askeri) hazır rıhtım klozu
reciprocity clause
(Ticaret) mütekabiliyet maddesi
split clause
(Dilbilim) ayrık tümcecik
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A separate part of a contract, a will or another legal document
A verb along with its subject and their modifiers. If a clause provides a complete thought on its own, then it is an independent clause; otherwise, it is dependent
(Can we clean up() this sense?) A group of two or more words which include a subject and any necessary predicate (the predicate also includes a verb, conjunction, or a preposition) to begin the clause; however, this clause is not considered a sentence for colloquial purposes
To amend (a bill of lading or similar document)
{n} a sentence, article, condition, provise
A clause is a key grammatical structure Clauses are formed when a noun or noun phrase is linked with a verb; because of this, clauses always manage to tell what something (the subject - usually a noun or pronoun) is doing or being (the verb) That crazy guy hit his friend hard
A part of a SQL statement that does not constitute the full statement; for example, a "WHERE clause"
A provision or condition affecting the terms of a contract Coinsurance, cancellation, and subrogation clauses are typical insurance contract clauses
A clause is a group of words that expresses an event (she drank some water) or a situation (she was thirsty/she wanted a drink) It usually contains a subject (she in the examples) and verb (drank/was/wanted)
Words in a policy which describe certain specifications, limitations or modifications
A fragment of a data access language query that conveys semantic meaning but does not constitute a complete language statement
An arrangement of words containing a subject and verb that creates part, but not all, of a sentence Clauses can be dependent or independent
A group of words containing a subject and a verb that are part of a larger sentence: The boy hit the ball, and he made a home run
A separate portion of a written paper, paragraph, or sentence; an article, stipulation, or proviso, in a legal document
- A term used to identify a particular part of a policy or endorsement
a group of words containing a subject and predicate and functioning as a member of a complex or compound sentence It is not related to Santa
(grammar) an expression including a subject and predicate but not constituting a complete sentence
A Clause is a conjunct Formula for a Propositional Theory It is a disjunction of one or more Literals It is represented by a list of Positive Propositions, a list of Negative Propositions and a Volatile flag
a numbered provision in a bill Once a bill becomes an Act, a clause is known as a section
A clause is a logical formula in conjunctive normal form, which has the schema: or, equivalently, where and are atoms Clocksin and Mellish [CM81, Appendix B] give a Prolog program to convert arbitrary first-order formulae into clausal form
a separate section of a legal document (as a statute or contract or will)
(klor-z) A clause is a group of words that may stand alone as a simple sentence in their own right, or it may form part of a longer, more complex sentence
A group of two or more words which include a subject and any necessary predicate (the predicate also includes a verb, conjunction, or a preposition) to begin the clause; however, this clause is not considered a sentence for colloquial purposes
A subordinate portion or a subdivision of a sentence containing a subject and its predicate
{i} paragraph, section (in a document); part of a sentence which contains a subject and predicate (Grammar)
In grammar, a clause is a group of words containing a verb. Sentences contain one or more clauses. There are finite clauses and non-finite clauses. see also main clause, relative clause, subordinate clause. commerce clause establishment clause establishment of religion clause grandfather clause
(setning): a group of phrases, usually centred around a verb The valency of the verb decides how many clause elements need to be present Clauses can be main clauses or subordinate clauses , and they can be finite or non-finite Usually, a finite clause contains at least a subject in addition to the verb A main clause can be a complete sentence, or clauses can combine to form complex or compound sentences
A part of a SQL statement that does not constitute the full statement; for example, a WHERE clause
A group of words which form a grammatical unit and which contain a subject and a finite verb A clause forms a sentence or part of a sentence and often functions as a noun, adjective or adverb [See Richards, J C , Platt, J & Platt, H (1992)]
An arrangement of words containing a subject and verb that creates part, but not all, of a sentence Clauses can be independent or dependent
A clause is a section of a legal document. He has a clause in his contract which entitles him to a percentage of the profits. a complaint alleging a breach of clause 4 of the code
See Letters clause or close, under Letter
a word group that contains a subject and a verb Ex : The dog ran
(n ) a sentence in formal logic See also clausal logic
A word or group of words ordinarily consisting of a subject and a predicate. In some languages and types of clauses, the subject may not appear explicitly. One clause may be coordinated with or embedded in another within a single sentence
a statement perhaps in a peace treaty
A group of words containing both a subject and a predicate Independent Clause example: The hobo passed through town unnoticed Dependent Clause example: As the hobo passed through town
A section or paragraph in an insurance policy that explains, defines or clarifies the conditions of coverage
Claus
A male given name
acceleration clause
a provision in a contract that makes all obligations to be performed under the contract due immediately upon a specific occurrence, such as a breach

Joe was mortified to learn that his failure to make a scheduled car payment triggered an acceleration clause requiring that the entire balance due on the car must be paid immediately.

adverbial clause
a subordinate clause that functions as an adverb within a main clause
clauses
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of clause
clauses
plural form of clause
dependent clause
A subordinate clause
escape clause
Any clause, term or condition in a contract that allows a party to that contract to avoid having to perform the contract or cancel it
get-out clause
An escape clause
grandfather clause
A clause or section, especially in a law, granting exceptions for people or organisations who were affected by previous conditions

Many building codes include a grandfather clause exempting older buildings until some amount of remodeling occurs.

in terrorem clause
: A provision in a will that disinherits any beneficiary who raises a challenge against the will
independent clause
A clause that can stand alone syntactically as a complete sentence; contains at least a subject and a verb
main clause
A clause that can stand alone syntactically as a complete sentence; contains at least a subject and a verb
main-clause
Attributive form of main clause, noun
negative clause
a clause that states a negative
negative-clause
Attributive form of negative clause, noun
no-trade clause
A clause in a contract by baseball players who don't wish to be traded without their consent
nominal clause
A clause that is used as a subject or object

Example: whatever you want to do.

noncompete clause
A provision within a business agreement or employment contract which stipulates that the contracting party must abstain from competitive practices not in the interests of an identified firm, such as starting a competing business or accepting a job with a competitor, and often extending for a period of time after the termination of the original employment or other business relationship

When Pizza Hut's owner, Tricon (now called Yum Brands), tried to revise his franchise agreement in 1999 to put in a noncompete clause stipulating that Heinecke needed permission to operate other food businesses, Heinecke, who by then already ran a number of fast-food chains, sued for breach of contract.

notwithstanding clause
Section 33 of Part I (Charter of Rights and Freedoms) of the Canadian Constitution Act (1982), which permits the creation of laws without regard for certain constitutional rights. Specifically, under section 33 the federal and provincial governments may enact laws "notwithstanding" sections 2 (Fundamental Freedoms) and sections 7 through 15 (Legal and Equality Rights) of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Such laws may be in effect for up to five years and are renewable

The struggle for gay rights took a historic leap forward yesterday with a landmark Supreme Court of Canada decision. . . . Alberta Premier Ralph Klein suggested his province might use the Constitution's notwithstanding clause to override any similar decision affecting Alberta.

noun clause
a subordinate clause which functions as a subject or object of the main clause
objective clause
A clause that takes place of the direct object of a verb
relative clause
A subordinate clause that modifies a noun
subject clause
a clause that is the subject of a sentence
subject-clause
Attributive form of subject clause, noun
subordinate clause
A clause that cannot stand alone as a sentence, but functions as either a noun, adjective or adverb in a sentence
subordinate-clause
Attributive form of subordinate clause, noun
that clause
a clause in a sentence that is introduced by the word that
weasel clause
An escape clause; a clause in a legal contract permitting one of the parties to escape ("weasel out of") its obligations under some circumstances
Takings clause law
(Fizik) The Takings Clause refers to the last clause of the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. constitution that limits the power of eminent domain. The taking clause requires the entity to pay just compensation on taking private property for public use. The purpose of the takings clause is to ensure that the financial burdens of public policy are shared by the entire public and not unfairly placed on individual property owners
relative clause
a clause introduced by a relative pronoun; "`who visits frequently' is a relative clause in the sentence `John, who visits frequently, is ill'"
constructive total loss clause
(Sigorta) An insurance term where the cost of a repair for an item is more than the current value of that item. It can also refer to an insurance claim that is settled for the entire amount of a property on the basis that the cost to repair or recover the damaged property exceeds its replacement cost or market value
extraposed object clause
(Dilbilim) An extraposed object clause is one that has the dummy pronoun 'it' as object and a subordinate clause as extraposed object: I find it disappointing that he gave up
grandfather clause
A clause in the constitutions of several southern states before the year 1915, intended to disfranchise African Americans by exempting from stringent voting requirements all lineal descendants of persons who were registered voters before 1867
grandfather clause
A provision in a statute that exempts those already involved in a regulated activity or business from the new regulations established by the statute
if-clause
(Dilbilim) In linguistics, a protasis is the subordinate clause (the if-clause) in a conditional sentence. For example, in "if X, then Y", the protasis is "if X". The other clause ("then Y") is called the apodosis
new jason clause
(Gemicilik) Provision in a contract of carriage that requires cargo owners to contribute in general-average even for an 'incident' caused by the carrier's negligence
notwithstanding clause
(Kanun) (Canada, law) Section 33 of Part I (Charter of Rights and Freedoms) of the Canadian Constitution Act (1982), which permits the creation of laws without regard for certain constitutional rights. Specifically, under section 33 the federal and provincial governments may enact laws "notwithstanding" sections 2 (Fundamental Freedoms) and sections 7 through 15 (Legal and Equality Rights) of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Such laws may be in effect for up to five years and are renewable
subordinate clause
(Dilbilim) In linguistics, a protasis is the subordinate clause (the if-clause) in a conditional sentence. For example, in "if X, then Y", the protasis is "if X". The other clause ("then Y") is called the apodosis
Claus
{i} male first name; family name
Claus
Santa Claus Claus Detlef Sierck Sluter Claus
Claus
from a Dutch and German diminutive of Nicholas
adverbial clause
part of a sentence which serves to modify verbs adjectives or other adverbs
alienation clause
A special type of acceleration clause that demands payment of the entire loan balance upon sale or other transfer of the title See also "Due on Sale Clause"
alienation clause
A term of a mortgage which allows the creditor to demand payment in full of principal and interest due upon the sale of the property
alienation clause
A mortgage provision requiring that the balance of that loan be repaid in full if the property is sold or transferred
alienation clause
A clause within a loan instrument calling for a debt in its entirety upon the transfer of ownership of the secured property Also called a "due on sale" clause
alienation clause
A clause in a promissory note or mortgage which provides that the balance of the secured debt becomes immediately due and payable at the option of the mortgagee upon the alienation of the property by the mortgagor
alienation clause
Clause in a loan document providing for fall payment if the property is sold
clauses
a structural unit of language which is smaller than the sentence but larger than phrases or words, and which contains a finite verb
clauses
Either a Prolog fact or rule
clauses
Written stipulations used by insurance companies for the purpose of modifying, limiting, extending or clarifying insurance coverages, granted thereunder to make the printed policy form adaptable to all the kinds of circumstances and needs of the insuring public
clauses
plural of clause
compound clause
{i} clause consisting of two simple clauses (Grammar)
customer's clause
clause in an agreement which protects the rights of the customer
dependent clause
a clause that cannot stand on its own as a sentence, depending on another complete sentence to make it independent
dependent clause
a group of words having a subject and a verb that does not express a complete thought and is not able to stand alone; also called a subordinate clause Ex : Whenever I go to school
disjunctive clause
(Grammar) clause which contains at least one disjunctive proposition (proposition that sets two or more concepts in opposition to each other)
escalator clause
A provision in a contract stipulating an increase or a decrease, as in wages, benefits, or prices, under certain conditions, such as changes in the cost of living
escape clause
A clause in a contract that specifies the conditions under which the promisor is relieved of liability for failure to meet the terms of the contract
escape clause
A provision of Article XIX (see appendix Ill) of the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) that allows a country to suspend tariff or other concessions when certain imports injure or threaten to injure domestic producers of competitive goods or services Section 201 of the Trade Act of 1974 (see appendix Il) codifies Article XIX in U S law
escape clause
A provision in a bilateral or multilateral commercial agreement permitting a signatory nation to suspend tariff or other concessions when imports threaten serious harm to its producers of competitive domestic goods GATT Article XIX sanctions such safeguard provisions Section 201 of the U S Trade Act of 1974 requires the U S International Trade Commission to investigate complaints from domestic producers regarding threats from imports
escape clause
stipulation in a contract enabling one party to extricate itself
grandfather clause
Constitutional provision enacted by seven Southern U.S. states (1895-1910) to deny suffrage to African American men. It exempted descendants of men who voted before 1867 from meeting new literacy and property requirements. Since African American men were not granted voting rights until passage of the 15th Amendment in 1870, this clause effectively prevented them, and many impoverished and illiterate whites, from voting. The U.S. Supreme Court declared such clauses unconstitutional in 1915
hold harmless clause
A clause inserted in a contract whereby one party agrees to indemnify and protect the other party from any injuries or lawsuits arising out of the particular transaction
hold harmless clause
An exculpatory clause freeing one from personal liability
hold harmless clause
A clause frequently found in managed care contracts whereby the HMO and the physician hold each other not liable for malpractice or corporate malfeasance if either of the parties is found to be liable Many insurance carriers exclude this type of liability from coverage It may also refer to language that prohibits the provider from billing patients if their managed care company becomes insolvent State and federal regulations may require this language
independent clause
An independent clause is a group of related words that makes a complete statement Every sentence has at least one independent clause For example, the following sentence is an independent clause: Many teenagers play soccer
independent clause
a group of words having a subject and a verb that expresses a complete thought and is able to stand alone Ex : I go to school
independent clause
a clause in a complex sentence that can stand alone as a complete sentence
independent clause
An independent, or main clause, needs no other clause to explain it A simple sentence contains one independent clause
main clause
A main clause is a clause that can stand alone as a complete sentence. Compare subordinate clause. A clause in a complex sentence that contains at least a subject and a verb and can stand alone syntactically as a complete sentence. Also called independent clause. a clause that can stand alone as a complete sentence subordinate clause
main clause
independent clause, group of words within a sentence that can act as a sentence (Grammar)
most favored nation clause
section that contains information about "most favored nation" status
objective clause
clause that functions as the object of a verb or preposition (Grammar)
penalty clause
Clause in a countertrade contract that specifies sanctions against one or both signatories of the contract in the event of nonperformance on contractual obligations
reserve clause
A clause formerly included in the contract of a professional athlete that allowed the automatic extension of the contract for a year beyond its expiration, thus binding the player to the organization until release, retirement, or a trade
restrictive clause
a part of a sentence that says which particular person or thing you are talking about. For example in 'the man who came to dinner', the phrase 'who came to dinner' is a restrictive clause   non-restrictive clause
restrictive clause
a subordinate clause that limits or restricts the meaning of the noun phrase it modifies
subject clause
dependent clause which makes up the subject of the main clause
write in a clause
add a section in handwriting
clause
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