contraction

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} kasılma

Kasılmalara dikkat edin. - Be careful with contractions.

büzülme
küçülme
çekme
büzülebilen
rötre
küçültme
(Dilbilim) derilme
(hastalık) kapma
(Tıp) kasın kasılması
yakalanma
kasınç
daraltma
(Jeoloji) büzüşme
kasılabilen
büzme
(kas) kasılma
(hastalık/vb.) kapma
kontraksiyon
{i} çekilme
{i} doğum sırasında rahim kaslarının kasılması
{i} kaynaşma
kasılma/kısaltma/kapma
{i} edinme
bu şekilde kısaltılmış kelime
doğum esnasında rahim adalelerinin gerilmesi
{i} kısalma
{i} daratlma
{i} kaynaşmış sözcük
{i} daralma
bir veya birkaç harfin atılması ile yapllan kısaltma
{i} kapma
(Diş Hekimliği) uzunluğu veya hacmin azalması; çekme, kasılma
{i} ilişki kurma
{i} dilb. bir veya birkaç harf atılarak
gerileme
kasıl
kasılır
kasınma
kasılım
contract
kontrat

Bu kontratın kelime kelime tercüme edilmesini istiyorum. - I want this contract translated word for word.

Onun süresi belirsiz bir kontratı var. - She has an indefinite contract.

contract
sözleşme

Bir sözleşmede belirsizliklere izin verilmez. - No ambiguities are allowed in a contract.

Sözleşme oldukça gevşek. - The contract was rather loose.

contraction joint
büzülme derzi
contraction coefficient
daralma katsayısı
contraction crack
daralma çatlağı
contraction forces
daralma kuvvetleri
contraction forces
büzülme kuvvetleri
contraction joint
çekme derzi
contraction joint grouting
büzülme derzi enjeksiyonu
contraction limit
(Jeoloji) kontraksiyon sınırı
contraction loss coefficient
(Denizbilim) daralma yitim katsayısı
contraction loss coefficient
(Denizbilim) daralma kaybı katsayısı
contraction loss coefficient
(Denizbilim) daralma yitimi katsayısı
contraction theory
(Jeoloji) kontraksiyon teorisi
contract
{f} kasılmak
contract
daralmak
contract
sözleşme yapmak
contract
{i} sözleşme metni, mukavelename
contract
{i} mukavele

Tom mukaveleyi imzaladı. - Tom signed the contract.

Sosyal herhangi bir mukaveleye asla imza atmadım. - I have never signed a social contract.

contract
kısaltma

Resmi yazılı İngilizce you're, won't ve can't gibi kısaltmalardan kaçınır. - Formal written English avoids contractions, such as you're, won't, and can't.

contract
{i} parça başı iş anlaşması
contract
küçülmek
contract
{i} anlaşma

Anlaşmayı cebren imzaladı. - He was made to sign the contract against his will.

Onlar anlaşmadan memnun. - They are satisfied with the contract.

contract
ihale
contract
yakalanmak
contract
bağıt
contract
almak
contract
şartname
contract
(hastalığa) yakalanmak
contract
çekmek
contract
daraltmak
contract
büzülmek
contract
bağıtlaşmak
contract
muahede
contract
daraltma
contract
(Politika, Siyaset) taahhütname
contract
kasmak
contract
sözleşme metni
contract
buruşturmak
contract
akdetmek
contract
anlaşma yapmak
muscle contraction
(Tıp) kas kontraksiyonu
contract
kısaltmak
contract
büzmek
contract
(hastalık/vb.) kapmak
contract
kısalmak
contractionary
daraltıcı
lanthanide contraction
lantanit küçülmesi
uterine contraction
uterus kontraksiyonu
braxton-hicks contraction
Braxton-Hicks daralma
contract
{f} buzul
contract
sözleşmesi

Onların sözleşmesi bu ayın sonunda bitecek. - Their contract is to run out at the end of this month.

Onun sözleşmesi bir yıl daha geçerlidir. - His contract runs for one more year.

fee contraction
ücretin düşürülmesi, ücret daralması
text contraction
metin daralma
thermal contraction
ışıl büzülme
contract
on contract mukaveleli
contract
kapmak
contract
büz/büzül/kap/anlaş
contract
mukavelecontract bridge briç oyunu
contract
briç karar verilen oyun
contract
{f} kontrat yapmak
contract
(Tıp) a) Birbirine doğur çekmek, kısaltmak, boyutlarını küçültmek, b) Bulaşma veya enfeksiyon yoluyla ele geçirmek
contract
akit
contract
kontrat,v.büzül: n.sözleşme
contract
anlaşmalı
contract
küçültmek
contract
{f} (hastalık) kapmak
contractive
kasılabilir
contractive
çeker
contractive
büzer
contractive
büzüIür
contractive
kısalır
gradual contraction
tedrici daralma
longitudinal contraction
boyuna çekme
longitudinal contraction
boyuna kısalma
muscular contraction
kas kasılması
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Contracting a disease

The contraction of AIDS from toilet seats is extremely rare.

Syncope, the loss of sounds from within a word
A shortening of a muscle when it is used
A distinct stage of wound healing, wherein the wound edges are gradually pulled together
The acquisition of something, generally negative

Our contraction of debt in this quarter has reduced our ability to attract investors.

A period of economic decline or negative growth

The country's economic contraction was caused by high oil prices.

A shortened word or phrase, with the missing letters represented by an apostrophe

The American 23rd Infantry Division is still unofficially named Americal, the name being a contraction of America and New Caledonia.

A reversible reduction in size
A strong and often painful shortening of the uterine muscles prior to or during childbirth
{n} an abbreviation, the act of shortening or shrinking
A reduction in size or activity
the action of drawing together
The shortening of a word, or of two words, by the omission of a letter or letters, or by reducing two or more vowels or syllables to one; as, ne'er for never; can't for can not; don't for do not; it's for it is
the act of decreasing (something) in size or volume or quantity or scope (physiology) a shortening or tensing of a part or organ (especially of a muscle or muscle fiber) a word formed from two or more words by omitting or combining some sounds; "`won't' is a contraction of `will not'"; "`o'clock' is a contraction of `of the clock'
(dance) tightening of a muscle or group of muscles to cause flexion of a joint or body area
The act of incurring or becoming subject to, as liabilities, obligation, debts, etc
The volume change typically occurring in metals and alloys on solidification and cooling to room temperature
The act or process of contracting, shortening, or shrinking; the state of being contracted; as, contraction of the heart, of the pupil of the eye, or of a tendon; the contraction produced by cold
the process of becoming subject to; as, the contraction of a disease
shrinkage of the unit which occurs during manufacture as a result of drying and firing
rhythmic tightening of the uterus, usually causing the cervix to dilate and allow the passage of the baby In labor contractions get stronger, closer together and longer
con
Two words that can be combined to make a shorter word by omitting one or more letters: He didn't hit the ball over the fence (did + not)
Something contracted or abbreviated, as a word or phrase; as, plenipo for plenipotentiary; crim
A marriage contract
The shortening or tightening of a muscle
A decrease in size due to a temperature change It should not be confused with shrinkage, which is a non-reversible occurrence Contraction is reversible with a reverse in the temperature change As a piece of ceramics heats and cools, it expands and contracts The rate of expansion and contraction of a glaze must be compatible with that of the claybody, otherwise flaking off or separation of the glaze may occur In pottery, this should be a concern when considering glaze fit and ovenware See also glaze fit, ovenware, shrinkage
the act of decreasing (something) in size or volume or quantity or scope
When a woman who is about to give birth has contractions, she experiences a very strong, painful tightening of the muscles of her womb
one phase of the business cycle characterized by a downturn in overall economic activity accompanied by rising unemployment and declining real gross domestic product (a trough represents the end of a contraction)
the combination of two words through omission of one or more letters and use of an apostrophe Ex : hasnt (for has not)
The shortening of a muscle when it is used
the combination of two words through omission of one or more letters and use of an apostrophe Ex : hasn’t (for has not)
Expansion of soils
(shrinkage) - The volume change typically occurring in metals and alloys on solidification and cooling to room temperature
The process of shortening an operation
The shortening and lengthening of a muscle that occurs while performing an exercise
a short way to write two words as one by writing the two words together, leaving out one or more letters and replacing the missing letters by an apostrophe (cannot = can’t)
a form that is created when two words are combined, with some letters missing, as in 'you've' for 'you have', or 'doesn't for 'does not ' These are usually only used in direct or reported speech or informal text See also apostrophe
A contraction is a shortened form of a word or words. `It's' should be used only as a contraction for `it is'. see also contract
shortening and/or development of tension in muscle
the process or result of becoming smaller or pressed together; "the contraction of a gas on cooling"
The reduction in the cross-sectional area of a stream channel (4)
An mutation in which the child has fewer copies of a certain codon in a gene than either of the parents In Huntington's Disease, a contraction occurs when the child has fewer copies CAG in the Huntington gene than either of the parents Contractions are the opposite of expansions
A shortened word or phrase, with the missing letters represented by the apostrophe
{i} act of contracting; spasm; shortening, shrinking; shortened form of a word or phrase that contains an apostrophe in place of missing letters (i.e. she's); strong and usually painful movement of the muscles in the womb that helps to push the baby out of the mother's body during the process of birth
a word formed from two or more words by omitting or combining some sounds; "`won't' is a contraction of `will not'"; "`o'clock' is a contraction of `of the clock'"
for criminal conversation, etc
(physiology) a shortening or tensing of a part or organ (especially of a muscle or muscle fiber)
The beat of the heart, caused by a quick shortening of the heart muscle and resulting in the pumping of blood to the rest of the body
Shortened form of a word which ends in the same letter as the word itself
A decrease in the dimension of interest (i e , length)
act of getting smaller, like national income during a recession
contr
Lorentz-Fitzgerald contraction
the decrease in length of a moving object in the direction of motion; measurable only at relativistic speeds
contract
To gain or acquire (an illness)
contract
To draw together or nearer; to shorten, narrow, or lessen

The snail's body contracted into its shell.

contract
To enter into a contract with
contract
An agreement between two or more parties, to perform a specific job or work order, often temporary or of fixed duration and usually governed by a written agreement
contract
An agreement which the law will enforce in some way. A legally binding contract must contain at least one promise, i.e., a commitment or offer, by an offeror to and accepted by an offeree to do something in the future. A contract is thus executory rather than executed
contract
A part of legal studies dealing with laws and jurisdiction related to contracts
contractionary
Tending to cause contraction
contractionary
Tending to reduce the size of the money supply
contractive
Able to contract; contractile
eccentric contraction
The tensioning of a muscle as it is being lengthened
lanthanide contraction
the progressive decrease in the radii of atoms of the lanthanide elements as the atomic number increases; evident in various physical properties of the elements and their compounds
mutated contraction
An etymological phenomenon when a new word or slang term develops from shortening and slightly altering a longer word
contract
{n} an agreement, bargain, deed
contract
{a} shortened, abridged, bargained, covenanted, betrothed, narrow, low
contract
{v} to shrink up, shorten, bargain, get
Lorentz-FitzGerald contraction
or space contraction In relativity physics, the shortening of an object along the direction of its motion relative to an observer. Dimensions in other directions are not contracted. This concept was proposed by the Irish physicist George F. FitzGerald (1851-1901) in 1889 and later independently developed by Hendrik Antoon Lorentz. Significant at speeds approaching that of light, the contraction results from the properties of space and time, not from compression, cooling, or any similar physical disturbance. See also time dilation
braxton-hicks contraction
painless contractions of the muscles of the uterus that continue throughout pregnancy with increasing frequency
contract
An agreement between persons which obliges each party to do or not to do a certain thing Technically, a valid contract requires an offer and an acceptance of that offer, and, in common law countries, consideration
contract
To draw together so as to wrinkle; to knit
contract
(contract bridge) the highest bid becomes the contract setting the number of tricks that the bidder must make
contract
reduce in scope while retaining essential elements; "The manuscript must be shortened"
contract
a binding agreement between two or more persons that is enforceable by law
contract
a written, legal agreement between an institution and an awarding agency normally involving the expectation of an economic benefit on the part of the contractor and the generation of a tangible product, service, or other consideration in return for sponsored support These might include testing or evaluation of proprietary products, development or construction of equipment, rights to data, patents, copyrights, technical reports or evaluation, consulting services This definition is taken from a memorandum dated June 16, 1983 from Alexander Sharp, Vice President for Business and Finance, entitled "Definitions of Gifts, Grants, and Contracts "
contract
make or become more narrow or restricted; "The selection was narrowed"; "The road narrowed"
contract
A binding agreement between two or more parties stating specific terms and agreements A contract of insurance is a written document known as a policy
contract
An agreement between two parties that is intended to be enforceable at law Contracts are usually written, but a spoken agreement can also be a contract
contract
be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness; "He got AIDS"; "She came down with pneumonia"; "She took a chill"
contract
An agreement to acquire, purchase, lease, or barter property or services For an award to be considered a contract, it normally must contain all of the following elements: detailed financial and legal requirements must be included with a specific statement of work to be performed a specific set of deliverables and/or reports to the sponsor is required separate accounting procedures are required legally binding contract clauses must be included and benefits of the project accrue to the sponsor and to the university, then to the nation
contract
squeeze or press together; "she compressed her lips"; "the spasm contracted the muscle"
contract
make smaller; "The heat contracted the woollen garment"
contract
To draw together or nearer; to reduce to a less compass; to shorten, narrow, or lessen; as, to contract one's sphere of action
contract
A legal agreement between entities that requires each to conduct (or refrain from conducting) certain activities This document provides each party with a right that is enforceable under our judicial system
contract
To bring on; to incur; to acquire; as, to contract a habit; to contract a debt; to contract a disease
contract
To enter into, with mutual obligations; to make a bargain or covenant for
contract
If you are under contract to someone, you have signed a contract agreeing to work for them, and for no-one else, during a fixed period of time. The director wanted Olivia de Havilland, then under contract to Warner Brothers. Agreement between two or more parties that creates for each party a duty to do something (e.g., to provide goods at a certain price according to a specified schedule) or a duty not to do something (e.g., to divulge an employer's trade secrets or financial status to third parties). A party's failure to honour a contract allows the other party or parties to bring an action for damages in a court of law, though arbitration may also be pursued in an effort to keep the matter confidential. In order to be valid, a contract must be entered into both willingly and freely. A contract that violates this principle, including one made with a legal minor or a person deemed mentally incompetent, may be declared unenforceable. A contract also must have a lawful objective
contract
enter into a contractual arrangement make smaller; "The heat contracted the woollen garment
contract
compress or concentrate; "Congress condensed the three-year plan into a six-month plan"
contract
(1) An agreement between two or more parties, especially one that is written and enforceable by law (2) The writing or document containing such an agreement
contract
An agreement between two or more persons that creates an obligation to do or not to do a particular thing
contract
The written agreement, including OUS or any of its institution's solicitation document and the accepted portions of a bid or proposal, between OUS or any of its institutions and the contractor describing the work to be done and the obligations of the parties Depending upon the goods and services being procured, OUS or any of its institutions may use "contract" as meaning a purchase order, price agreement, or other contract document in addition to OUS's or any of its institution's solicitation document and the accepted portions of a bid or proposal
contract
An agreement between two or more parties, written or oral, to do or not to do certain things
contract
a variety of bridge in which the bidder receives points toward game only for the number of tricks he bid
contract
When something such as an economy or market contracts, it becomes smaller. The manufacturing economy contracted in October for the sixth consecutive month
contract
A binding agreement between two or more parties; also the written or other evidence of such an agreement
contract
An oral or written agreement to do or not to do a certain thing for consideration
contract
An oral or written agreement between two or more parties which is enforceable by law
contract
To betroth; to affiance
contract
If there is a contract on a person or on their life, someone has made an arrangement to have them killed. The convictions resulted in the local crime bosses putting a contract on him
contract
When something contracts or when something contracts it, it becomes smaller or shorter. Blood is only expelled from the heart when it contracts New research shows that an excess of meat and salt can contract muscles. + contraction contractions con·trac·tion the contraction and expansion of blood vessels Foods and fluids are mixed in the stomach by its muscular contractions
contract
An agreement between competent parties to do or not do certain things for consideration
contract
Contracted; as, a contract verb
contract
If you contract a serious illness, you become ill with it. He contracted AIDS from a blood transfusion Ovarian cancer is the sixth most common cancer contracted by women
contract
{i} agreement, pact, covenant; (Slang) arrangement with a hired assassin to kill a person
contract
The act of formally betrothing a man and woman
contract
An agreement between two or more parties enforceable by law When applied to commodities, it is an agreement to accept or deliver a specific amount of the commodity on a certain date
contract
become smaller or draw together; "The fabric shrank"; "The balloon shrank"
contract
{f} create a formal agreement; get; make smaller; reduce; become smaller
contract
In the grain, feed and processing industry, an agreement between buyer and seller that a court or arbitration committee will enforce Contracts may be formed orally, but state-enacted versions of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) generally require that contracts must be evidenced by some writing if involving the sale or purchase of goods worth $500 or more Such writing can either be an agreement signed by both parties or a confirmation evidencing the parties' agreement Under the UCC, a written confirmation(s) exchanged between "merchants" is deemed evidence of the formation of a contract between the parties Likewise, the UCC provides that conduct by both parties which recognizes the existence of a contract can be sufficient to establish a contract for sale of goods in some cases
contract
To make an agreement; to covenant; to agree; to bargain; as, to contract for carrying the mail
contract
(1) An agreement between 2 or more people to do or not to do a particular thing
contract
A formal, legally binding agreement between two or more parties
contract
To be drawn together so as to be diminished in size or extent; to shrink; to be reduced in compass or in duration; as, iron contracts in cooling; a rope contracts when wet
contract
a variety of bridge in which the bidder receives points toward game only for the number of tricks he bid a binding agreement between two or more persons that is enforceable by law (contract bridge) the highest bid becomes the contract setting the number of tricks that the bidder must make be stricken by an illness, fall victim to an illness; "He got AIDS"; "She came down with pneumonia"; "She took a chill"
contract
enter into a contractual arrangement
contract
Contracted; affianced; betrothed
contract
If you contract a marriage, alliance, or other relationship with someone, you arrange to have that relationship with them. She contracted a formal marriage to a British ex-serviceman. = enter into
contract
A binding agreement between two or more parties for the doing or not doing of certain things A contract of insurance is embodied in a written document called the policy
contract
The agreement of two or more persons, upon a sufficient consideration or cause, to do, or to abstain from doing, some act; an agreement in which a party undertakes to do, or not to do, a particular thing; a formal bargain; a compact; an interchange of legal rights
contract
If you contract with someone to do something, you legally agree to do it for them or for them to do it for you. You can contract with us to deliver your cargo The Boston Museum of Fine Arts has already contracted to lease part of its collection to a museum in Japan
contract
A contract is a legal agreement, usually between two companies or between an employer and employee, which involves doing work for a stated sum of money. The company won a prestigious contract for work on Europe's tallest building He was given a seven-year contract with an annual salary of $150,000
contract
An oral or written agreement to do or not to do a certain thing
contract
(From Latin contractus: "drawing together" or "uniting ") An agreement between two or more person that creates a legally enforceable obligation or mutual obligations to do or not to do a particular thing In France, the elements of a valid contract are (1) mutual assent, (2) cause, (3) capacity of the parties, and (4) a lawful object (French Civil Code, Art 1108) In Germany, the elements are (1) mutual assent, (2) intent to confer a benefit, (3) capacity of the parties, and (4) a lawful object (German Civil Code, §§ 518, 761, 780, 781) In the U S , the elements are (1) mutual assent, (2) consideration, (3) capacity of the parties, and (4) a lawful object (American Law Institute, Restatement of the Law, Second: Contracts, §§ 3, 8, 12)
contract
(1) A term of reference describing a unit of trading for a commodity future or option; (2) An agreement to buy or sell a specified commodity, detailing the amount and grade of the product and the date on which the contract will mature and become deliverable
contract
A formal writing which contains the agreement of parties, with the terms and conditions, and which serves as a proof of the obligation
contract
An agreement to do or not to do a certain thing
contract
engage by written agreement; "They signed two new pitchers for the next season"
contract
An agreement between the Community and the participants concerning the performance of an indirect action establishing rights and obligations between the Community and the participants on the one hand, and between the participants in that indirect action, on the other
contract
As used in ethics, the term "contract" means an explicit agreement which is freely entered into Only a small number of these would qualify as legal contracts A legal contract is a legally binding agreement among two or more parties Breach of contract is the failure to fulfill a legal contract
contract
To shorten by omitting a letter or letters or by reducing two or more vowels or syllables to one
contractions
{i} strong and usually painful movements of the muscles in the womb that help to push the baby out of the mother's body during the process of birth
contractions
plural of contraction
contractive
{s} tending to shrink, tending to contract
contractive
Tending to contract; having the property or power or power of contracting
muscle contraction
contraction: (physiology) a shortening or tensing of a part or organ (especially of a muscle or muscle fiber)
premature ventricular contraction
irregularity of cardiac rhythm; recurrent occurrences can be a precursor of ventricular fibrillation
uterine contraction
a rhythmic tightening in labor of the upper uterine musculature that contracts the size of the uterus and pushes the fetus toward the birth canal
contraction
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