except

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{e} haricinde

Onun haricinde hiç kimse yoktu. - No one was absent except her.

Evimiz otobüs durağına uzak olmasının haricinde oldukça tatminkardır. - Our house is quite satisfactory except that it is rather a long way to the bus stop.

hariç

Pazartesi hariç herhangi bir gün olur. - Any day will do except Monday.

Pazar günleri hariç her gün çalışırım. - I work every day except on Sunday.

dışında

Üç gün boyunca bir şey yememişti, adamın gıda dışında herhangi bir şey hakkında düşünme sorunu vardı. - The man, who had not eaten for three days, had trouble thinking about anything except food.

Benim dışında herkes meşgul. - Everybody is busy except me.

{e} -den başka, hariç, dışında. bağ
{f} hariç tutmak
{f} dışında tutmak
olmazsa
meğerki
müstesna
bunların dışında
(Bilgisayar) aşağıda
dışlamak
hariç bırakmak
-den başka
ayırmak
ayrı tutmak
saymamak
yoksa
{f} -in dışında tutmak: He excepted Harun from this. Harun'u bunun dışında tuttu
{e} -den başka: He can do everything except speak Chinese. Çince konuşmaktan başka her şeyi yapabilir. 2
(bağlaç) yoksa, haricinde, olmazsa, başka
ayrı tut
conj. haricinde
{f} itiraz etmek
{f} karşı çıkmak
fakat

Bu saati satın alırdım fakat çok pahalı. - I would buy this watch, except it's too expensive.

başka

Tom'un sonuçları kabul etmekten başka seçeneği yoktu. - Tom had no choice except to accept the consequences.

Beklemekten başka, bir şey yapılamazdı. - Nothing could be done, except wait.

istisna

Her kural için istisnalar vardır. - Every rule has its exceptions.

Bu istisnai bir durumdur. - This is an exceptional case.

except that
haricinde

Suyla vaftiz etmem için beni gönderen kişinin bana söylediğinin haricinde... - Except that the one who sent me to baptize with water told me...

Evimiz otobüs durağına uzak olmasının haricinde oldukça tatminkardır. - Our house is quite satisfactory except that it is rather a long way to the bus stop.

exceptional
{s} fevkalade

Fevkalade sabır gereklidir. - Exceptional patience is required.

exception
istisna

Her kural için istisnalar vardır. - There are exceptions to every rule.

Bu kuralın istisnaları yoktur. - There are no exceptions to this rule.

exceptional
istisnai

Çok yakışıklı bir prens istisnai güzel bir prensesle tanıştı. - A very handsome prince met an exceptionally beautiful princess.

Bu istisnai bir durumdur. - This is an exceptional case.

exceptional
müstesna
except for
hariç

Tom hariç, bütün aile sessizce TV izliyordu. - Except for Tom, the family was all watching TV in silence.

O hariç herkes buradadır. - Everyone is here except for him.

except for
bir şeyin dışında
except for
-den başka
except for
olmasaydı

Fırtına olmasaydı daha erken varırdım. - Except for the storm, I would have arrived earlier.

Baş ağrım olmasaydı giderdim. - I would go except for my headache.

except for
hariç olmak üzere

Bazı değişiklikler hariç olmak üzere, proje onaylandı. - Except for some modifications, the project was approved.

except for the fact that
… bir yana
except that
… bir yana
except that
makla beraber
except the force majeure
mücbir sebepler dışında
except us
bizim dışımızda
except for the fact that
-bir yana
except for the fact that
bir yana
except that
bir yana
except these
bunların dışında

siber sözlük.

except when used adjectively
hariç adjectively kullanılan zaman
except for
olmasaydı: I'd be there, except for this. Bu olmasaydı orada olacaktım
except for
(Fiili Deyim ) hariç , -ın dışında , -medikçe , -mezse , yoksa
except for
dışında, -den başka: Everyone was there except for him. Onun
except gate
dışlamalı ya da öğesi
except that
dışında

Ben onun bir piyanist olması dışında onun hakkında hiçbir şey bilmiyorum. - I know nothing about her except that she is a pianist.

Geçen hafta gitmesinin dışında bir şey bilmiyorum. - I know nothing except that she left last week.

exceptional
{s} olağanüstü

Olağanüstü bir şey yapmadım. - I've done nothing exceptional.

Tom olağanüstü bir liderdi. - Tom was an exceptional leader.

exception
kuraldışılık
exception
gücenmek
exceptional
{s} ender
exceptional
nadir
exceptionally
fevkalade
except for
haricinde

Mary'nin haricinde hepimiz Tom'un partisine gittik. - All of us went to Tom's party except for Mary.

Bir kedi haricinde ev boştu. - The house was empty except for a cat.

except that
fakat
excepting
hariç olmak üzere
excepting
dışında bırakma
excepting
meğerki
excepting
hariç tutarak
exception
(Ticaret) muafiyet
exception
(Bilgisayar) olağandışılık
exception
ender durum
exception
istisna etme
exception
kuraldışı durum
exception
özel durum

Bazı özel durumlarımız olacak. - We'll have some exceptions.

exception
dışta bırakma
exceptional
olağan üstü
exceptional
şaz
exceptionally
Benzeri bulunmaz bir şekilde
exceptionally
olağanüstü
exceptions
(Bilgisayar) kural dışı durumlar
excepted
hariç
excepting
{i} haricinde
excepting
{f} dışında bırak
excepting
ed.hariç
exceptionally
müstesna olarak
exception
ayrım yapma

Tom hiç kimse için ayrım yapmaz. - Tom doesn't make exceptions for anyone.

exception
kural dışı
except for
onun dışında
exception
kural dışı durum

Genç adam kuralları biliyor ama yaşlı adam kural dışı durumları biliyor. - The young man knows the rules, but the old man knows the exceptions.

exception
mahkemenin ara kararlarına itiraz
exception
(Mukavele) istisna; mahkemenin kararlarına itiraz
exceptional
istinan
exceptions
istisnalar

Her kural için istisnalar vardır. - Every rule has its exceptions.

Bu kuralın istisnaları yoktur. - This rule has no exceptions.

nothing else except for, only
Hariç, başka hiçbir şey sadece
excepted
ayrı
excepted
ayrı tut
excepting
{e} dışında
excepting
ayrı tut
excepting
{e} hariç
excepting
başka
exception
without exception ayrım yapmaksızın
exception
kabul etmemek
exception
istisna kuralı bozmaz
exception
{i} sıradışı durum
exception
istisnasız

Ücretsiz konuşma, istisnasız olarak herkes içindir. - Free speech is for everybody, with no exceptions.

İstisnasız hiçbir kural yoktur. - There is no rule without exception.

exception
olağandışı durum
exception
{i} hariç tutma
exceptional
istisna

Bu istisnai bir durumdur. - This is an exceptional case.

Çok yakışıklı bir prens istisnai güzel bir prensesle tanıştı. - A very handsome prince met an exceptionally beautiful princess.

exceptional
exceptionally müstesna olarak
exceptional
{s} çok iyi
exceptional
ayrı
exceptional
ayrıklı
exceptional
ayrıksı
exceptional
ayral
exceptional
ayrıcalı
exceptionally
son derece

Mary son derece güzel bir kız. - Mary is an exceptionally beautiful girl.

Tom vibrafonu son derece iyi çalar. - Tom plays the vibraphone exceptionally well.

exceptionally
istisna olarak
exceptions
özel durumlar

Bazı özel durumlarımız olacak. - We'll have some exceptions.

exceptive
dahil etmeyen
no admit except on business
işi olmayan giremez
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
With the exception of; but

There was nothing in the cupboard except a tin of beans.

Unless; used to introduce a hypothetical case in which an exception may exist

Offensive wars, except the cause be very just, I will not allow of.

With the exception (that); used to introduce a clause, phrase or adverb forming an exception or qualification to something previously stated

I never made fun of her except teasingly.

To exclude; to specify as being an exception

But this must have been a provocation, as the emperor Antoninus Pius later acknowledged by excepting the Jews.

To take exception, to object (to or against)

he was a great lover of music, and perhaps, had he lived in town, might have passed for a connoisseur; for he always excepted against the finest compositions of Mr Handel.

{f} exclude, leave out; protest, object
{v} to leave or take out, exempt, object
prevent from being included or considered or accepted; "The bad results were excluded from the report"; "Leave off the top piece"
You use except to introduce the only thing or person that a statement does not apply to, or a fact that prevents a statement from being completely true. I wouldn't have accepted anything except a job in Europe I don't take any drugs whatsoever, except aspirin for colds Except is also a conjunction. Freddie would tell me nothing about what he was writing, except that it was to be a Christmas play
To object to; to protest against
To take or leave out (anything) from a number or a whole as not belonging to it; to exclude; to omit
conj. but, only
the following to be reactive: ethane, methane, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonic acid, metallic carbides or carbonates, ammonium carbonates, methyl chloroform (TCA), methylene chloride (dichloromethane), CFC-11, CFC-12, HCFC-22, FC-23, CFC-113, CFC-114, CFC-115, HCFC-123, HCFC-134a, HCFC-141b, HCFC-142b
{e} besides, but, excluding
excluding, as in: I knew all the answers on the test, except the last one
You use except for to introduce the only thing or person that prevents a statement from being completely true. He hadn't eaten a thing except for one forkful of salad Everyone was late, except for Richard. to not include something except sth from sth
To take exception; to object; usually followed by to, sometimes by against; as, to except to a witness or his testimony
A SQL operator that examines rows from two SELECT statements It returns all rows from one statement except those that would be returned by the second statement Sometimes implemented as a SUBTRACT command See UNION
take exception to; "he demurred at my suggestion to work on Saturday"
With exclusion of; leaving or left out; excepting
To take exception, to object to
Unless; if it be not so that
outcept
outtake
{e} besides
except for
with the exception of, apart from, besides
excepted
Simple past tense and past participle of except
excepting
with the exception of

Nothing was to be sacrosanct or sacred, excepting reason itself.

excepting
Present participle of except
exception
An objection, on legal grounds; also, as in conveyancing, a clause by which the grantor excepts or reserves something before the right is transferred
exception
An objection; cavil; dissent; disapprobation; offense; cause of offense; — usually followed by to or against
exceptional
Better than the average; superior due to rarity

The quality of the beer was exceptional.

exceptionally
To an unusual, remarkable or exceptional degree
exceptive
exceptional, having an exception
exception
An event during program execution that prevents the program from continuing normally
exception
{i} something that is out of the ordinary, anomaly; objection, opposition
exception
An exclusion from coverage in a policy of insurance, usually referring to a known risk or defect for which the insurer assumes no responsibility
exception
An excpeption is thrown when an evaluation cannot be performed correctly The difference between errors and exceptions is that exceptions can be handled using the catch form
exception
A special kind of Java object used to indicate an exceptional circumstance Typically used in conjunction with throw and catch statements See the chapter on Exceptions
exception
An object representing the occurrence of an exceptional circumstance - typically, something that has gone wrong in the smooth running of a program Exception objects are created from classes that extend the Throwable class See checked exception and unchecked exception
exception
Any user, logic, or system error detected by a function that does not itself deal with the error but passes the error on to a handling routine
excepting
{a} taking away, excluding
exception
{n} an exclusion, objection, dislike, bar
Exceptional
abjunctive
can two walk together except they be agreed?
two people cannot work together unless they are in agreement
excepted
You use excepted after you have mentioned a person or thing to show that you do not include them in the statement you are making. Jeremy excepted, the men seemed personable. sb/sth excepted used to say that you are not including a particular person or thing in a statement about something
excepted
past of except
excepting
You use excepting to introduce the only thing that prevents a statement from being completely true. The source of meat for much of this region has traditionally been the pig. used to introduce the only thing or person in a group about which a statement is not true = except (for)
excepting
{e} excluding, with the exception of
excepting
With rejection or exception of; excluding; except
exception
from a title insurance policy, portions of the land containg encumbrances and in which free and clear title is subject to certain conditions from a legal description, portions of land which are included in the description of a larger parcel of land but then excluded from it by a subsequent legal description
exception
An exception is a run-time error condition Exception handling is a C++ mechanism that allows the detector of the error to pass the error condition to code (the exception handler) that is prepared to handle it An exception is raised by a throw statement within a try block and handled by a catch clause Note, the ANSI/ISO C++ International Standard defines only synchronous exceptions
exception
An event during program execution that prevents the program from continuing normally (usually an error) Java supports exceptions with the try, catch, and throw keywords
exception
An event during program execution that prevents the program from continuing normally; generally, an error The Java language supports exceptions with the try, catch, and throw keywords See also exception handler
exception
You use with the exception of to introduce a thing or person that is not included in a general statement that you are making. Yesterday was a day off for everybody, with the exception of Lawrence
exception
an instance that does not conform to a rule or generalization; "all her children were brilliant; the only exception was her last child"; "an exception tests the rule"
exception
emphasis If you make a general statement, and then say that something or someone is no exception, you are emphasizing that they are included in that statement. Marketing is applied to everything these days, and books are no exception Most people have no real idea how to change to healthy food, and Maureen was no exception
exception
(1) A user or system error detected by the system and passed to an operating system or user exception handler (2) In the C++ language, any user, logic, or system error detected by a function that does not itself deal with the error but passes the error on to a handling routine (also called "throwing the exception") See signal
exception
An objection; cavil; dissent; disapprobation; offense; cause of offense; usually followed by to or against
exception
An error, such as division by zero, detected by hardware or by the operating system Fatal exceptions halt execution of an application and, in a few circumstances, kill the operating system
exception
{i} exceptive
exception
That which is excepted or taken out from others; a person, thing, or case, specified as distinct, or not included; as, almost every general rule has its exceptions
exception
An error condition that changes the normal flow of control in a program An exception may be generated ("raised") by hardware or software Hardware exceptions include reset, interrupt or a signal from a memory management unit Exceptions may be generated by the arithmetic logic unit or floating-point unit for numerical errors such as divide by zero, overflow or underflow or instruction decoding errors such as privileged, reserved, trap or undefined instructions Software exceptions are even more varied and the term could be applied to any kind of error checking which alters the normal behavior of the program In C++, an exception is a language-supported mechanism whereby objects (which usually convey information about the error) are thrown from one part of a program and may be caught elsewhere in the program
exception
exemptions
exception
grounds for adverse criticism; "his authority is beyond exception
exception
—A signal that is generated when an unplanned or unexpected event occurs Exceptions are typically caught by an exception handler and dealt with in an appropriate way A fatal exception (also called a critical or catastrophic error) is an event that cannot be properly handled to allow the application—or the operating system—to continue running
exception
A provision in a title insurance binder or policy that excludes liability for a specific title defect or an outstanding lien or encumbrance
exception
If you take exception to something, you feel offended or annoyed by it, usually with the result that you complain about it. He also took exception to having been spied on = object
exception
A provision in a copyright law permitting the use of a work by defined user groups without the consent of its creator and without the payment of royalties which use would otherwise be an infringement of copyright Examples of user groups benefiting from exceptions are educational institutions, libraries, museums, archives and persons with a perceptual disability
exception
A provision to the title insurance binder or policy that excludes liability for a specific title defect or an outstanding lien or encumbrance
exception
An IDL construct that represents an exceptional condition that could be returned in response to an invocation There are two categories of exceptions: (1) system exceptions, which inherit from org omg CORBA SystemException (which is a java lang RuntimeException), and (2) user-defined exceptions, which inherit from org omg CORBA UserException (which is a java lang Exception)
exception
If you are making a general statement and you say that something is the exception that proves the rule, you mean that although it seems to contradict your statement, in most other cases your statement will be true. Wine-making and accountants don't usually go together, but Thierry Hasard is an exception that proves the rule
exception
- A provision in a title insurance binder or policy that excludes liability for a specific title defect or an outstanding lien or encumbrance
exception
As used in the conveyance of real estate, an exception is the exclusion of some part of the property conveyed, with title of that excepted part remaining with the grantor For example, in most subdivision developments, mineral rights are not conveyed to the purchaser of a lot, but remain the property of the developer Contrast with Reservation
exception
An objection, oral or written, taken, in the course of an action, as to bail or security; or as to the decision of a judge, in the course of a trail, or in his charge to a jury; or as to lapse of time, or scandal, impertinence, or insufficiency in a pleading; also, as in conveyancing, a clause by which the grantor excepts something before granted
exception
A provision in a title insurance binder or policy excludes liability for a specified title defect or an outstanding encumbrance
exception
a deliberate act of omission; "with the exception of the children, everyone was told the news"
exception
If a built-in Java operator or programmer supplied Java method cannot correctly compute its result (often the user has specified the wrong arguments) it throws an exception to indicate a problem Uses of such operators/methods occur in try/catch blocks that indicate how to proceed if an exception is thrown
exception
An interruption in normal processing, especially as caused by an error condition
exception
The act of excepting or excluding; exclusion; restriction by taking out something which would otherwise be included, as in a class, statement, rule
exception
An exception is a particular thing, person, or situation that is not included in a general statement, judgment, or rule. Few guitarists can sing as well as they can play; Eddie, however, is an exception There were no floral offerings at the ceremony, with the exception of a single red rose The law makes no exceptions With few exceptions, guests are booked for week-long visits
exception
An event that causes suspension of normal program execution Types include addressing exception, data exception, operation exception, overflow exception, protection exception, underflow exception [6]
exception
An interruption to the normal flow of program control that occurs when an error or other special condition is detected during execution An exception transfers control from the code generating the exception to another piece of code, generally a routine called an exception handler
exception
An objection; cavil; dissent; disapprobation; offense; cause of offense; -- usually followed by to or against
exception
emphasis You use without exception to emphasize that the statement you are making is true in all cases. The vehicles are without exception old, rusty and dented
exception
grounds for adverse criticism; "his authority is beyond exception"
exception
In programming, a problem or change in conditions that causes the microprocessor to stop what it is doing and handle the situation in a separate routine An exception is similar to an interrupt; both refer the microprocessor to a separate set of instructions
exception
a deliberate act of omission; "with the exception of the children, everyone was told the news" an instance that does not conform to a rule or generalization; "all her children were brilliant; the only exception was her last child"; "an exception tests the rule" grounds for adverse criticism; "his authority is beyond exception
exceptional
Forming an exception; not ordinary; uncommon; rare
exceptional
Exceptional situations and incidents are unusual and only likely to happen very infrequently. School governors have the discretion to allow parents to withdraw pupils in exceptional circumstances. = unusual + exceptionally ex·cep·tion·al·ly Exceptionally, in times of emergency, we may send a team of experts
exceptional
far beyond what is usual in magnitude or degree; "a night of exceeding darkness"; "an exceptional memory"; "olympian efforts to save the city from bankruptcy"; "the young Mozart's prodigious talents"
exceptional
surpassing what is common or usual or expected; "he paid especial attention to her"; "exceptional kindness"; "a matter of particular and unusual importance"; "a special occasion"; "a special reason to confide in her"; "what's so special about the year 2000?"
exceptional
Forming an exception; not ordinary; uncommon; rare; hence, better than the average; superior
exceptional
deviating widely from a norm of physical or mental ability; used especially of children below normal in intelligence; "special educational provisions for exceptional children"
exceptional
approval You use exceptional to describe someone or something that has a particular quality, usually a good quality, to an unusually high degree. children with exceptional ability His translation is exceptional in its poetic quality. = extraordinary + exceptionally ex·cep·tion·al·ly He's an exceptionally talented dancer = extremely
exceptional
{s} out of the ordinary, unusual; superior, excellent
exceptionally
unusually, in an abnormal manner, aberrantly; excellently, in a superior manner
exceptionally
to an exceptional degree; "it worked exceptionally well"
exceptionally
to an exceptional degree; "it worked exceptionally well
exceptionally
extremely = outstandingly
exceptions
Declarations by either side in a civil or criminal case reserving the right to appeal a judge's ruling upon a motion Also, in regulatory cases, objections by either side to points made by the other side or to rulings by the agency or one of its hearing officers
exceptions
This is a section on the Inventory Sheet for you to note exceptions to the condition of your furniture or cartons upon delivery Any damage or missing items should be noted in that section prior to signing for delivery A copy must be kept for your records (You have up to 60 days to inspect your goods for missing or damaged items)
exceptions
contains information on violations of integrity constraints This view is created by the utlexcpt sql script
exceptions
A list of flaws, clouds, encumbrances or uncertainties, or other interests that title insurance will not guarantee that our insured has a priority over
exceptions
Error conditions where invalid or incomplete data is found in EDI transaction set exchanges
exceptions
Declarations by either side in a civil or criminal case reserving the right to appeal a judge's ruling on a motion Also, in regulatory cases, objections by either side to points made by the other side or to rulings by the agency or one of its hearing officers
exceptions
Events or occurrences that are not considered normal and require further attention
exceptions
Sometimes known as Exclusion, these are designed to limit the insurer's risk and can be found in the small print of policies Notable examples would be the exclusion of war risks and nuclear damage, property covered by other insurance, etc
exceptions
plural of exception
exceptions
Anything that must be handled on a student-by-student basis These could be matching transfer courses that haven't been articulated, waivers or any number of special circumstances
exceptions
Notations on a delivery receipt made by the person receiving the merchandise stating that the container, shipping package, or merchandise was received in damaged condition or that total quantity was not received Establishes evidence that the shipment was not sound or complete at time of delivery If no exceptions are taken during the course of shipment, it may be difficult for a claimant to prove that a loss actually occurred prior to their receiving the merchandise
exceptions
An unexpected event The event can contain data, may be defined by the language, developer or the CORBA standard An exception can be returned by the operation as an alternative It is normally used to indicate an error condition
exceptions
Exceptions are a runtime error reporting mechanism that requires programs to handle raised exceptions or have their stack unwound until the exception is handled (caught) or the thread is terminated
exceptions
Exceptions are occurrences that cause deviation from a plan, such as issues, change requests and risks Exceptions can also refer to items that the cost variance and schedule variance exceed predefined thresholds
exceptions
Notations on a delivery receipt, made by the person receiving the merchandise, stating that the container or shipping package or merchandise was received in a damaged condition or that total quantity was not received Establishes evidence that the shipment was not sound, or complete, at time of delivery If no exceptions are taken during the course of shipment, it may be difficult for a claimant to prove that a loss actually occurred prior to their receiving the merchandise
exceptions
Policies do not cover disability of loss contributed to or caused by: 1) War and any hazard arising from war, 2) Active duty in any Armed Forces, whether or not at war, 3) Regular pregnancy (not considered a disease or illness and therefore does not constitute a disability)
exceptions
Information on violations of integrity constraints
exceptions
1) The application of catalyzed (two-part) fiberglass or epoxy coatings These coatings have strong solvents that destroy normal covers Special high-solvent covers are available for these coatings
exceptive
{s} being or containing an exception; captious; objecting
exceptive
That excepts; including an exception; as, an exceptive proposition
excepts
third-person singular of except
except
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