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الإنجليزية - التركية
hataya düşmüş
x sona er/hataya düş/kay
lapsed appropriation
(Askeri) SÜRESİ GEÇMİŞ TAHSİSAT: Tediyede bulunmak veya taahhüde girmek için belirli süresi içinde kullanılmamış tahsisat. Bak. "appropriation"
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hata
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zaman aşımına uğramak
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{i} sona erme
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kusur etmek
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batmak
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hata etmek
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zamanaşımı
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{i} yanılma
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sona ermek
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(Meteoroloji) düşüş
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(Kanun) sükut
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zeval bulmak
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sehiv
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kapılmak
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(Ticaret) başkasına intikal
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(Ticaret) intikal etmek
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zaman geçmek
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(Ticaret) müruruzaman
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zaman geçme
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azalmak
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adalette kusur
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zaman aşımı
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bitme
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kusur
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kullanılmaz durumda olmak
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küçük kusur
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yürürlükten kalkmak
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gömülmek
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ara
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(into ile) derece derece azalmak
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yanlış
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alçalmak
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(iş anlaşması) son bulmak
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{f} geç
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(from ile) inanç ve prensiplerinden vazgeçmek
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{i} sapma
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sükût
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(Nükleer Bilimler) kısmen örtme
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dalalete düşmek
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{f} bitmek
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kaytarma
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hata yapmak
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{f} akıp gitmek
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{f} düşmek
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{f} 1. geçmek. 2
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kaymak
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ses
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kaçmak
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sürçme
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sapmak
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{i} kullanılmaz duruma gelme
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hata etmek bir zaman için inanç ve prensiplerinden vaz geçmek
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dolmak
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geçme
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{i} (adalette) kusur
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de
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hükmü kalmamak
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{f} geçmek
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{i} (zaman) geçme
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lapse into silence sükuta dalmak
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ihmal veya vefat dolayısıyle başkasına intikal etmek
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(Askeri) SICAKLIĞIN İRTİFA İLE AZALMASI: Yerle temasta olan havanın, yerin hemen üstündeki havadan daha sıcak ve hafif olduğu hava durumu. Bu durumda hava istikrarsızdır ve havş cereyanları mevcuttur. Bak. "atmospheric stability"
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{i} kaçma
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yanılmak
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{i} yanlış (söz/yazı)
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
(En déchéance) Where a policy has been allowed to run for its determined time and has not been renewed, the policy is said to have lapsed
no longer active or practicing; "a lapsed Catholic"
No longer active or practicing: a lapsed Catholic; a lapsed club member. no longer having the beliefs you used to have, especially religious beliefs   practising
{s} expired; finished, terminated; no longer active
Having slipped downward, backward, or away; having lost position, privilege, etc
past of lapse
by neglect; restricted to figurative uses
A term used to describe an expired policy, which has not been renewed, or a cancelled policy
means: For certification, the voluntary termination of the right or privilege to represent oneself as a certified person and to practice social work, professional counseling, or marriage and family therapy For a Mental Health Practice license, the voluntary termination of the right or privilege to represent oneself as a licensed person and to provide mental health services
Ineffectual, void, or forfeited; as, a lapsed policy of insurance; a lapsed legacy
no longer active or practicing; "a lapsed Catholic
lapsed into a coma
entered into a coma
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A temporary failure; a slip
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To fall away gradually; to subside
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An interval of time between events
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A pause in continuity
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To fall into error or heresy
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A common-law rule that if the person to whom property is willed were to die before the testator, then the gift would be ineffective
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To become void
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A marked decrease in air temperature with increasing altitude because the ground is warmer than the surrounding air. This condition usually occurs when skies are clear and between 1100 and 1600 hours, local time. Strong convection currents exist during lapse conditions. For chemical operations, the state is defined as unstable. This condition is normally considered the most unfavorable for the release of chemical agents. See lapse rate
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a slight deviation from what is right, proper, or just
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{n} a slip, error, oversight, fall, course
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{v} to slip, glide, fall, descend, go
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Acronym for Large Aggregate Profiling System
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of lap
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third person singular of lap
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non-printed or blank space on edges of printed billboard poster paper used for joining and matching multiple sheets
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LAN Adapter and Protocol Support Program
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If someone lapses into a particular way of speaking, or behaving, they start speaking or behaving in that way, usually for a short period. Teenagers occasionally find it all too much to cope with and lapse into bad behaviour. = slip Lapse is also a noun. Her lapse into German didn't seem peculiar. After all, it was her native tongue
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pass by; "three years elapsed"
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To surprise in a fault or error; hence, to surprise or catch, as an offender
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A fall or apostasy
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Termination of a life insurance policy upon the policy owner's failure to pay the premium within the grace period
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The termination of a policy because of the failure of the insured to pay the renewal premium
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Generally, the termination of a policy for nonpayment of premium If the insurance contract becomes void for other reasons (i e failure to supply requested information), it is also said to have lapsed Referred to as a lapse because the policy can usually be reinstated if the discrepancy is rectified
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let slip; "He lapsed his membership
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Termination of a policy when a renewal premium is not paid
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Termination of a policy due to the policy owner's failure to pay the premium within the grace period
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The date when a patent is no longer valid in a country or system due to failure to pay renewal (maintenance) fees Often the patent can be reinstated within a limited period
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The cancellation of an insurance policy due to non-payment of renewal premiums during the grace period
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the termination or discontinuance of an insurance policy due to non-payment of premium
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The termination of authority to expend all or part of an appropriation An appropriation is typically made for the period of a fiscal year, at the end of which the balance is lapsed into the General Fund, subject to constitutional and/or statutory directives
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A lapse is a moment or instance of bad behaviour by someone who usually behaves well. On Friday he showed neither decency nor dignity. It was an uncommon lapse
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Termination of a policy because of failure to pay the premium
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let slip; "He lapsed his membership"
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{i} error, mistake, failure; temporary deviation; passage of time, pause; gradual sinking to a lower degree, decline; expiration, termination
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a break or intermission in the occurrence of something; "a lapse of three weeks between letters"
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To pass slowly and smoothly downward, backward, or away; to slip downward, backward, or away; to glide; mostly restricted to figurative uses
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drop to a lower level, as in one's morals or standards end, at least for a long time; "The correspondence lapsed"
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The termination or discontinuance of an insurance policy due to non-payment of a premium
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A decline or fall in standards
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To suffer a lapse
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A slip; an error; a fault; a failing in duty; a slight deviation from truth or rectitude
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- Termination of a policy because of failure to pay the premium
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If a member of a particular religion lapses, they stop believing in it or stop following its rules and practices. She calls herself a lapsed Catholic
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a failure to maintain a higher state
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Termination of insurance coverage for failure to pay premiums
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In property and casualty insurance, it is the termination of a policy because of failure to pay the premium when due In life and disability, it is the cancellation of a policy because the premium has not been paid by the end of the grace period
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If you lapse into a quiet or inactive state, you stop talking or being active. She muttered something unintelligible and lapsed into silence
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The policy has expired and it no longer provides coverage When a policy lapses, the contract between you and the insurance company is over No coverage is provided A policy will lapse if premiums are not paid by the end of the grace period or if the policy has a time limit on coverage, unless the policy is renewed A policy can usually be reinstated within a certain amount of time, but you will have to pay all past due premiums, and you may have to re-qualify with lab tests or a medical examination
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a mistake resulting from inattention
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end, at least for a long time; "The correspondence lapsed"
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Termination of a policy because of failure to pay the premium In Life Insurance, the term refers to nonpayment before the policy has developed any nonforfeiture values If it has, and the premium is not paid, it is said to have lapsed "except as to any nonforfeiture benefits that may apply " (G)
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A termination of a right etc, through disuse or neglect
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{f} fail to reach an accepted standard; gradually slip into or out of a state or condition; elapse, expire, come to an end; become void; fall out of general use
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drop to a lower level, as in one's morals or standards
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go back to bad behavior; "Those who recidivate are often minor criminals"
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If a period of time lapses, it passes. New products and production processes are transferred to the developing countries only after a substantial amount of time has lapsed
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a break or intermission in the occurrence of something; "a lapse of three weeks between letters" drop to a lower level, as in one's morals or standards end, at least for a long time; "The correspondence lapsed" let slip; "He lapsed his membership
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To slide or slip in moral conduct; to fail in duty; to fall from virtue; to deviate from rectitude; to commit a fault by inadvertence or mistake
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To let slip; to permit to devolve on another; to allow to pass
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The termination of an insurance policy because of non-payment of the premium
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The termination of an insurance policy because a renewal premium is not paid by the end of the grace period
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Termination of a policy due to nonpayment of premiums
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The ending of the insurance policy due to the non-payment of a premium
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A gliding, slipping, or gradual falling; an unobserved or imperceptible progress or passing away,; restricted usually to immaterial things, or to figurative uses
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The termination of a right or privilege through neglect to exercise it within the limited time, or through failure of some contingency; hence, the devolution of a right or privilege
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The termination or discontinuance of a policy due to non-payment of a premium
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The termination of an insurance policy due to non-payment of premium(s)
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If a situation or legal contract lapses, it is allowed to end rather than being continued, renewed, or extended. Her membership of the Labour Party has lapsed Ford allowed the name and trademark to lapse during the Eighties
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To fall or pass from one proprietor to another, or from the original destination, by the omission, negligence, or failure of some one, as a patron, a legatee, etc
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  As applied to appropriations, the automatic termination of an appropriation   An appropriation is generally made for a certain period of time (i e , fiscal year)   At the end of this period, any unexpended or unencumbered balance lapses, unless otherwise provided by law
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To become ineffectual or void; to fall
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A lapse of time is a period that is long enough for a situation to change or for people to have a different opinion about it. the restoration of diplomatic relations after a lapse of 24 years There is usually a time lapse between receipt of new information and its publication
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Termination of a policy upon the policy owner's failure to pay the premium within the grace period
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A lapse of something such as concentration or judgment is a temporary lack of that thing, which can often cause you to make a mistake. I had a little lapse of concentration in the middle of the race The incident was being seen as a serious security lapse
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pass into a specified state or condition; "He sank into Nirvana"
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The termination of an insurance policy because premiums were not paid when they came due
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