facilitation

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الإنجليزية - التركية
kolaylaştırma
{i} rahatlatma
(Tıp) Kolaylaştırma, bir hareketi veya bir kimyasal olayı istenilen amaca uygun şekilde etki göstererek kolaylaştırma
{i} basitleştirme
facilitate
kolaylaştırmak
facilitate
{f} rahatlatmak
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teshiletmek
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olanak tanımak
facilitate
(Politika, Siyaset) çabuklaştırmak
facilitate
kolaylaştır

Bunu kolaylaştırabileceğimi düşünüyorum - I think I can facilitate that.

facilitate
{f} hafifletmek
facilitate
yardım etmek
facilitate
olanak sağlamak
social facilitation
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) Sosyal kolaylaştırma
proactive facilitation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ileriye etkili kolaylaştırma
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The act of facilitating or making easy
{n} the act of making easy
Assistance provided to a group of people by an impartial party (facilitator) in order to help the group conduct a satisfying meeting or series of meetings
Help and encouragement in the learning process, particularly intended to enable self-directed learning
The process of providing a market for a security Normally, this refers to bids and offers made for large blocks of securities, such as those traded by institutions Listed options may be used to offset part of the risk assumed by the trader who is facilitation the large block order See also: Hedge ratio
Modification of a system that makes subsequent modifications easier
The ease the process of resolving a conflict
At some time, groups both large and small become bogged down or embroiled in conflict Our facilitators help groups restore and maximize their ability to work together by skillfully generating a rich level of participation; surfacing all perspectives, including less popular views; and guiding group members through proven problem-solving techniques which can be applied to both present and future issues
is a process in which the parties (usually a group), with the assistance of a neutral third party (the facilitator), identify problems to be solved, tasks to be accomplished or disputed issues to be resolved Facilitation may conclude there, or it may continue to assist the parties to develop options, consider alternatives and endeavour to reach an agreement The facilitator has no advisory or determinative role on the content of the matters discussed or the outcome of the process, but may advise on or determine the process of facilitation
A neural process that promotes the conduction of impulses or a response to them Facilitation is the opposite of inhibition
the threshold needed to trigger a headache is lowered; may be initiated by many different factors including head or neck trauma, illness, poor posture, medication, or simply experiencing frequent headaches
Assisting someone to make something easier In this context, the 'something' done by others is learning, or more precisely, changing through and by learning Facilitating learning groups, therefore, means enabling learning to occur in the individuals and the group
A process intended to make something easier Facilitation requires many important interpersonal skills, most of which center on initiating, maintaining, monitoring, and concluding different forms of structured group activities
A facilitator is a third party who helps the disputants to stay focused on working toward their common goals by following the agreed-upon ground rules The facilitator takes a less active role in helping the parties find a solution than the mediator would
Helping groups work together productively
Assisting/guiding approach ("guide-on-the-side") to a learning situation; can be contrasted to the directive teacher-instructor ("sage-on-the-stage") approach (See Inglis, Ling, & Joosten (1999) pp 31-33) Heavily influenced by Humanistic psychology
A well timed intervention that makes it easier for people to speak openly, make a decision, resolve an issue or generate creative ideas It requires clarity of role, the skills and confidence to deal with disruptive individuals or difficult situations, and the ability to move a group forward towards an assessment of their own performance
act of assisting or making easier the progress or improvement of something
In which the influence of early species in a community succession is to facilitate establishment of later ones by changing the conditions encountered
(neurophysiology) phenomenon that occurs when two or more neural impulses that alone are not enough to trigger a response in a neuron combine to trigger an action potential
the condition of being made easy (or easier); "social facilitation is an adaptive condition"
{i} making easy, act of helping to move forward, promotion, expedition
A collaborative process used to help parties discuss issues, identify and achieve goals and complete tasks in a mutually-satisfactory manner This process uses an impartial third party, the facilitator, who focuses on the processes and procedures of dispute resolution and decision-making The facilitator is impartial to the issues being discussed, rarely contributes substantive ideas and has no decision-making authority Back
act of assisting or making easier the progress or improvement of something (neurophysiology) phenomenon that occurs when two or more neural impulses that alone are not enough to trigger a response in a neuron combine to trigger an action potential the condition of being made easy (or easier); "social facilitation is an adaptive condition
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To make easy or easier
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To preside over (a meeting, a seminar)
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to make more easy
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{f} make easy, make easier; assist forward, promote, expedite
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{v} to make easy, lessen, clear
social facilitation
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) Social facilitation is the tendency for people to do better on simple tasks when in the presence of other people. This implies that whenever people are being watched by others, they will do well on things that they are already good at doing
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to make something easier to do
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physiology: increase the likelihood of (a response); "The stimulus facilitates a delayed impulse
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physiology: increase the likelihood of (a response); "The stimulus facilitates a delayed impulse"
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make easy, as in: Computer programs facilitate letter-writing
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make easier; "you could facilitate the process by sharing your knowledge"
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To facilitate an action or process, especially one that you would like to happen, means to make it easier or more likely to happen. The new airport will facilitate the development of tourism He argued that the economic recovery had been facilitated by his tough stance. = aid, assist. to make it easier for a process or activity to happen
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make easier; "you could facilitate the process by sharing your knowledge" physiology: increase the likelihood of (a response); "The stimulus facilitates a delayed impulse
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Help someone make progress or make something easier for them
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To guide through the process
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help (or aid)
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be of use; "This will help to prevent accidents"
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To assist in accomplishing objectives such as a group discussion on a particular topic or in a training context It requires active participation by the facilitator to engage and involve the others in accomplishing the objective
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To make easy or easier As used in communication: The increased ease of performance of any action, resulting from the lessening of nerve resistance by the continued successive application of the necessary stimulus, i e , hand over hand assistance
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To make easy or less difficult; to free from difficulty or impediment; to lessen the labor of; as, to facilitate the execution of a task
facilitation

    الواصلة

    fa·ci·li·ta·tion

    التركية النطق

    fısîlıteyşın

    النطق

    /fəˌsələˈtāsʜən/ /fəˌsɪləˈteɪʃən/

    كلمة اليوم

    gargoyle
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