impose

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(vergi) koymak
yük olmak

Yük olmak istemiyorum. - I don't want to impose.

dayatmak
{f} zahmet vermek
{f} zorlamak
{f} uygulmaya koymak
{f} etkilenmek
{f} yüklemek

Yeni bir daireyi döşeme büyük masraflar yüklemektedir. - Furnishing a new apartment imposes large expenses.

{f} -e (vergi) koymak
koymak (vergi)
zorla kabul ettirmek

Tom Mary'ye zorla kabul ettirmek istemiyordu. - Tom didn't want to impose on Mary.

tarhetmek
tahmil etmek
(Kanun) vaz etmek
uygulamaya koymak
vaazetmek
empoze et

Biz başkalarına kendi dilsel normlarını empoze etmeye çalıştığımızda biz antidemokratik miyiz? - Are we undemocratic when we try to impose our own linguistic norms on others?

O her zaman iradesini empoze etmeye çalışıyor. - He's always trying to impose his will.

zorla yükle
Yürürlüğe koymak

A new tax will be imposed on gas.

{f} on/upon
zorla yüklemek
{f} yararlanmak
{f} kötüye kullanmak
{f} (ceza) vermek
tarhetmek hile ile kabul ettirmek
dizilmiş sayfaları baslıacak sekilde sıraya koymak
{f} (zorla)
kabul ettirmek

Tom Mary'ye zorla kabul ettirmek istemiyordu. - Tom didn't want to impose on Mary.

{f} rahatsız etmek
koymak
empoze etmek
zorla benimsetmek
uygulamak
aldatmak
düzenlemek
zorla yaptırmak
impose on
zorla kabul ettirmek

Tom Mary'ye zorla kabul ettirmek istemiyordu. - Tom didn't want to impose on Mary.

impose on
(Fiili Deyim ) zaafından yararlanmak
impose a burden
yük oluşturmak
impose a cautionary judgement
(Kanun) tedbir koydurmak
impose a condition
koşul öne sürmek
impose a duty on
(Ticaret) vergiye bağlamak
impose a levy on
(Ticaret) vergiye bağlamak
impose a penalty
(Kanun) ceza vermek
impose a penalty on
ceza vermek
impose a penalty on
cezalandırmak
impose a quota
(Ticaret) kota koymak
impose a tariff on
(Ticaret) vergiye bağlamak
impose a tax on
(Ticaret) vergiye bağlamak
impose an embargo on
ambargo koymak
impose an interim injunction
(Kanun) ihtiyati tedbir koymak
impose ban
yasak getirmek
impose burden
yük bindirmek
impose duty
görev vermek
impose embargo
ambargo koymak
impose obligation
zorunluluk getirmek
impose on
-e (vergi) koymak
impose on
etkilemek
impose penalty
ceza uygulamak
impose punishment
ceza uygulamak
impose sacrifice
fedakarlık gerektirmek
impose sanction
yaptırım uygulamak
impose upon
zorla kabul ettirmek
impose upon
etkilemek
impose a tax
vergiye bağlamak
impose law and order
kanun ve nizam getirmek
impose on
rahatsız etmek
impose tax
vergi koymak
impose upon
maruz kal
impose a blockade
ablukaya almak
impose a fine
(Ticaret) ceza vermek (para cezası)
impose a fine
(Ticaret) para cezasına çarptırmak
impose a fine
para cezası koy
impose a tax
(Ticaret) vergi salmak
impose a tax
vergi koy
impose an obligation
yükümlülük getirmek
impose oneself on
takılmak
impose oneself on
musallat olmak
impose oneself on
kendini zorla kabul ettirmek
impose restriction
(Askeri) Kısıtlama getirmek
impose on
zorla yüklemek
imposed
maruz kalmış
imposing
uygulanarak
impose on
hile ile kabul ettirmek
impose on
empoze etmek
impose on
zahmet vermek
impose on
vermek (ceza)
impose upon
zahmet vermek
impose upon
hile ile kabul ettirmek
impose upon
zorla yüklemek
impose upon
rahatsız etmek
impose upon
aldatmak
impose upon
maruz kalmak
impose upon
empoze etmek
imposing
sunturlu
imposing
dayatmacı
imposing
(Kanun) tatbik
imposed
{f} maruz kal
imposing
{s} etkileyici
imposing
{f} empoze et
imposing
heybetli

Her kentin heybetli bir katedrali vardır. - Every city has an imposing cathedral.

Katedralimiz heybetli bir yapıdır. - Our cathedral is an imposing structure.

imposing
görkemli
imposed
maruz kalınan
imposed
empoze
imposing
iş çıkar/zorla/koy
imposing
{s} azametli

O çok azametli bir adam. - He's a very imposing man.

imposing
(Nükleer Bilimler) empoze etme
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
to be an inconvenience

I don't wish to impose upon you.

to enforce: compel to behave in a certain way

Social relations impose courtesy.

to establish or apply by authority

Congress imposed new tariffs.

If you impose something on people, you use your authority to force them to accept it. Britain imposed fines on airlines which bring in passengers without proper papers Many companies have imposed a pay freeze The conditions imposed on volunteers were stringent. + imposition im·po·si·tion the imposition of a ban on cycling in the city centre
{f} require, compel, force upon; enforce, institute; force oneself on others
To lay on, as the hands, in the religious rites of confirmation and ordination
impose and collect; "levy a fine"
If someone imposes themselves on you, they force you to accept their company although you may not want to. I didn't want to impose myself on my married friends
To lay as a charge, burden, tax, duty, obligation, command, penalty, etc
To practice tricks or deception
put; lay on
To plan films of pages etc , into correct position prior to litho plate making
If something imposes strain, pressure, or suffering on someone, it causes them to experience it. The filming imposed an additional strain on her. = inflict
To arrange and position pages in order to meet press, folding, and bindery requirements
impose something unpleasant; "The principal visited his rage on the students"
compel to behave in a certain way; "Social relations impose courtesy"
If you impose your opinions or beliefs on other people, you try and make people accept them as a rule or as a model to copy. Parents of either sex should beware of imposing their own tastes on their children
To arrange in proper order on a table of stone or metal and lock up in a chase for printing; said of columns or pages of type, forms, etc
If someone imposes on you, they unreasonably expect you to do something for them which you do not want to do. I was afraid you'd simply feel we were imposing on you + imposition impositions im·po·si·tion I know this is an imposition. But please hear me out
To lay pages out on a large sheet for press Imposition is critically important for the bindery as it will determine how the printed piece will (or will not!) fold
To lay on; to set or place; to put; to deposit
to enjoin; to levy; to inflict; as, to impose a toll or tribute
A command; injunction
impose closure
put a closure in effect, temporarily restrict access to a designated area
impose conditions
make qualifications, set terms, place requirements, make stipulations
impose curfew
put into effect a regulation which requires that all businesses close at a certain time or that all citizens remain in their homes after a certain hour
impose liability
make responsible
impose penalty
penalize, punish, discipline, chastise
impose responsibility
charge with a duty, make responsible for
impose sanctions
place sanctions, impose penalties for misconduct
impose taxes
levy taxes, require payment of taxes
imposing
Present participle of impose
imposing
Magnificent and impressive because of appearance, size, stateliness or dignity
ımpose
{n} a command, injunction, order
ımpose
{v} to enjoin as a duty, lay, put, deceive
imposed
set forth authoritatively as obligatory; "the imposed taxation"; "rules imposed by society
imposed
past of impose
imposed
set forth authoritatively as obligatory; "the imposed taxation"; "rules imposed by society"
imposer
{i} one who compels, one who requires; one who forces himself on others
imposer
One who imposes
imposes
third-person singular of impose
imposing
used of a person's appearance or behavior; befitting an eminent person; "his distinguished bearing"; "the monarch's imposing presence"; "she reigned in magisterial beauty"
imposing
The act of imposing the columns of a page, or the pages of a sheet
imposing
If you describe someone or something as imposing, you mean that they have an impressive appearance or manner. the imposing wrought-iron gates at the entrance to the estate. large, impressive, and appearing important
imposing
Adapted to impress forcibly; impressive; commanding; as, an imposing air; an imposing spectacle
imposing
Deceiving; deluding; misleading
imposing
{i} compelling, enforcing, requiring
imposing
See Impose, v
imposing
impressive in appearance; "a baronial mansion"; "an imposing residence"; "a noble tree"; "severe-looking policemen sat astride noble horses"; "stately columns"
imposing
Laying as a duty; enjoining
imposing
{s} impressive, grand, majestic
impose
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