liable

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{s} yükümlü

Hepimiz hata yapmaya karşı yükümlüyüz. - We are all liable to make mistakes.

Tom onu yapmakla yükümlüdür. - Tom is liable to do that.

{s} sorumlu

Biz hasardan sorumluyuz. - We are liable for the damage.

Tom kazanmaktan sorumlu. - Tom is liable to win.

{s} eğilimli

Yeni doğmuş bir bebek hasta olmaya eğilimlidir. - A newborn baby is liable to fall ill.

Karım üşütmeye eğilimli. - My wife is liable to catch a cold.

mükellef
{s} mesul
maruz
{s} olası
to ile mesul
taahhüt altına girmiş
dili ihtimal dahilinde olan
{s} muhtemel
mükellef/meyilli/duyarlı
{s} duyarlı

Adam ölüm cezasına karşı duyarlı. - The man is liable to the death penalty.

mesuliyetli
liability
yükümlülük
liability
sorumluluk

Başka bir sorumluluk almak istemiyorum. - I don't want to take on another liability.

liable to duty
(Ticaret) gümrüğe tabi
liable for
e karşı sorumlu
liable to
e karşı sorumlu
liable to contribution.
katkı yükümlüdür
liable to prosecution
kovuşturma yükümlülüğü
liable by virtue of law
(Kanun) kanunen mesul
liable for
-e karşı sorumlu
liable for damage
zarardan sorumlu
liable to
-e karşı sorumlu
liable to corporation tax
(Ticaret) kurumlar vergisine tabi gelir
liable to look after
bakmakla yükümlü olmak
liable to pay damage
(Ticaret) hasarı ödemeye mecbur
liable to recourse
(Ticaret) rücu sorumluluğu
liability
yük/pasif/sorumluluk
liability
(Avrupa Birliği) sorumluluk, mükellefiyet
be liable for
-den sorumlu olmak
liability
yüküm
liability
engel
liability
(Ticaret) mali sorumluluk
liability
(Ticaret) zimmet
liability
borç
liability
(Ticaret) yabancı kaynak
liability
(Kanun) pasifler
liability
eğilim
liability
ödenecek borç
exposure to liable harm
sorumlu zarar maruz kalma
held liable
sorumlu
jointly and severally liable
müştereken ve müteselsilen sorumlu
jointly liable
ortaklaşa sorumlu
liability
(çoğ.) borçların toplamı, pasif
liability
(Kanun) Amerikada toplu taşıt sigortasının yapılması gereken zorunlu minimum kısmının yasal adı. Liability coverage
liability
Taahhüt
be held liable
sorumlu kılınmak
be liable
to (biri) ... eğiliminde olmak
be liable
for -den sorumlu olmak
be liable
to ... ihtimali olmak: He's liable to get caught. Onun yakalanma ihtimali
be liable for
sorumlu olmak
be liable to
karşı duyarlı olmak
be liable to
maruz kalmak
be liable to
tabi olmak
be liable to
eğilimli olmak
liability
{i} k.dili. dert; birine yük olan kimse; dert kaynağı olan şey
liability
düyun
liability
borçların toplamı
liability
{i} tic. borç
liability
(Askeri) BORÇ, MÜKELLEFİYET: Ödeme, uzatma, ileri bir tarihte iade suretiyle tasfiyesi gereken borç veya kanuni vecibe ve masraf
liability
mesuliyet
personally liable
(Kanun) şahsen mesul
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Bound or obliged in law or equity; responsible; answerable

The passion for philosophy, like that for religion, seems liable to this inconvenience.

Likely

Someone is liable to slip on your icy sidewalk.

Exposed to a certain contingency or casualty, more or less probable
justly or legally responsible
{a} subject, exposed, apt, responsible
If you are liable for something such as a debt, you are legally responsible for it. The airline's insurer is liable for damages to the victims' families As the killings took place outside British jurisdiction, the Ministry of Defence could not be held liable. + liability lia·bil·ity He is claiming damages from London Underground, which has admitted liability but disputes the amount of his claim
subject to legal action; "liable to criminal charges"
when it is determined that the plaintiff in a civil case has proved his or her claim against the defendant, the defendant is "liable" (rather than "guilty," as in a criminal case)
at risk of or subject to experiencing something usually unpleasant; "he is apt to lose"; "she is liable to forget"
held legally responsible; "men between the ages of 18 and 35 were liable for military service"
When something is liable to happen, it is very likely to happen. Only a small minority of the mentally ill are liable to harm themselves or others
(often followed by `to') likely to be affected with; "liable to diabetes"
{s} under legal obligation; responsible; likely, prone; susceptible, subject to
responsible or obligated Contrast with exculpatory clause and nonrecourse
Bound or obliged in law or equity; responsible; answerable; as, the surety is liable for the debt of his principal
Exposed to a certain contingency or casualty, more or less probable; -- with to and an infinitive or noun; as, liable to slip; liable to accident
If people or things are liable to something unpleasant, they are likely to experience it or do it. She will grow into a woman particularly liable to depression Steroids are used to reduce the inflammation, which makes the muscles of the airways liable to constriction. = prone
Obligated or responsible according to law or equity
To be legally obliged •Guarantees
Legally responsible
legally obligated or responsible
To be legally obligated or responsible for something or to someone
Being obligated by law to make satisfaction, compensation or restitution
Exposed to a certain contingency or casualty, more or less probable; with to and an infinitive or noun; as, liable to slip; liable to accident
held legally responsible; "men between the ages of 18 and 35 were liable for military service
legally responsible, as in: When he lost his case, he was found liable for millions of dollars in damages
liable to
likely to -, probable that -
liable(p)
(often followed by `to') likely to be affected with; "liable to diabetes"
liable(p)
subject to legal action; "liable to criminal charges
liability
a handicap that holds one back
liability
the condition of being liable
liability
the likelihood of something happening
liability
{n} exposedness, tendency to, responsibility, a state of being answerable
be liable for
be responsible for, be answerable for
be liable to occur
be likely to happen, be probable
liability
Legal responsibility to repay debt
liability
the sum of one's pecuniary obligations; opposed to assets
liability
the quality of being something that holds you back the state of being legally obliged and responsible
liability
A financial obligation, or the cash outlay that must be made at a specific time to satisfy the contractual terms of such an obligation
liability
A legal responsibility, obligation, or debt
liability
Any sort of legal obligation, including, for example, the obligation of a corporation to pay wages or taxes The liabilities most often discussed in this Ethics Center are those to compensate for injury or to clean up toxic contamination Legal liability to compensate for an injury or to clean up contamination does not necessarily require that one have caused the injury or contamination, or that one is guilty in a moral sense Under the doctrine of strict liability a party may be liable without having been guilty of negligence, for example
liability
the quality of being something that holds you back
liability
In terms of foreign exchange , the obligation to deliver to a counterparty an amount of currency either in respect of a balance sheet holding at a specified future date or in respect of an un-matured forward or spot transaction
liability
* Any sort of legal obligation, including, for example, the obligation of a corporation to pay wages or taxes The liabilities most often discussed in this Ethics Center are those to compensate for injury or to clean up toxic contamination Legal liability to compensate for an injury or to clean up contamination does not necessarily require that one have caused the injury or contamination, or that one is guilty in a moral sense Under the doctrine of strict liability a party may be liable without having been guilty of negligence, for example
liability
A financial obligation, debt, claim, or potential loss
liability
A legal obligation to pay a debt owed Current liabilities are debts payable within twelve months Long-term liabilities are debts payable over a period of more than twelve months
liability
Any legal obligation for which a person is responsible
liability
That which one is under obligation to pay, or for which one is liable
liability
Liability for something such as debt or crime is the legal responsibility for it; a technical term in law [3]
liability
the amount you are responsible for when speaking about credit cards
liability
{i} financial obligation; debt; responsibility, obligation; disadvantage, handicap; likelihood
liability
A company's or organization's liabilities are the sums of money which it owes. The company had assets of $138 million and liabilities of $120.5 million. asset see also liable
liability
Your legal responsibility to pay for injury to someone else or damage to their property
liability
Liability is the amount of money that a portfolio account owes For example, if one buys stocks on margin, the margin loan amount would represent the account's liability Similarly, if one goes short, the securities loaned would be the liability
liability
Broadly, any legally enforceable obligation
liability
Any legal responsibility, duty or obligation
liability
A debt or financial obligation
liability
Liability with regard to your student loan essentially means that you have a legal responsibility to pay back the money you borrowed plus interest So, when you take out a student loan, you are legally responsible (liable) to pay the loan back
liability
Any legal obligation, either due now or at some time in the future It could be a debt or a promise to do something To say a person is "liable" for a debt or wrongful act is to indicate that they are the person responsible for paying the debt or compensating the wrongful act
liability
The state of being liable; as, the liability of an insurer; liability to accidents; liability to the law
liability
Liability refers to the responsibility for charges to an account Generally, a cardholder agrees to be liable for any charges to his or her account, including purchases, fees and finance charges If the cardholder allows someone else to make charges to his or her account (through, for example, an additional card), the cardholder is still responsible for paying the bill Two people who apply for a card together may both be responsible for the entire balance Your liability is described in the cardholder agreement you receive from the issuer Be sure to read it carefully
liability
a broad legal term In general, a debt owed The condition of being actually or potentially subject to an obligation; a condition of being responsible for a possible or actual loss, penalty, evil, expense or burden; a condition which creates a duty to perform an act immediately or in the future
liability
an obligation, debt or responsibility owed to someone
liability
If you say that someone or something is a liability, you mean that they cause a lot of problems or embarrassment. As the president's prestige continues to fall, they're clearly beginning to consider him a liability. what was once a vote catching policy, is now a political liability
liability
(Ticaret) An outstanding claim against an organization which may include wages payable, accounts payable, short or long term loans, bonds, etc
liability
Liability is any legally enforceable obligation Liability insurance covers you for money you are legally obliged to pay because a court has found that you were responsible for damage to another person's property
liability
Liability is a term that broadly means legal responsibility If you run a stop sign and hit another car, you may be found liable for the damages to the other driver's auto Back to Top
liability
an obligation to pay money to another party
liability
Legal responsibility for an act or failure to act
liability
Any legally enforceable obligation
liability
the state of being legally obliged and responsible
render liable
obligate, place under commitment
liable
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