propertied

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الإنجليزية - التركية
servet sahibi
varlıklı
{s} zengin
property
{i} emlâk

Emlak fiyatları artmaktadır. - Property prices are going up.

Denize yakın emlak satın aldı. - He bought property near the sea.

property
mülkiyet

En büyük oğlan bütün mülkiyetin varisi oldu. - The eldest son succeeded to all the property.

Özel mülkiyete izinsiz giriyorsunuz. - You are trespassing on private property.

property
mülk

Hiç kimse keyfi olarak mal ve mülkünden mahrum edilemez. - No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property.

En büyük oğlan bütün mülkiyetin varisi oldu. - The eldest son succeeded to all the property.

property
özellik

Aşırıiletkenlik fiziksel bir özelliktir. - Superconductivity is a physical property.

Bu çok büyük bir özellik. - It's a very large property.

propertied class
varlıklı sınıf
propertied class
mülk sahibi sınıf
property
{i} mülk, emlak; arazi
property
özellik/
property
{i} eşya

Eşyamı avukata teslim ettim. - I entrusted my property to the lawyer.

property
{i} varlık
property
nitelik
property
{i} servet

Edward amcasının servetini miras olarak aldı. - Edward inherited his uncle's property.

Babası tarafından ona bırakılan servet onun rahat bir şekilde yaşamasını sağlar. - The property left him by his father enables him to live in comfort.

property
mal

Hiç kimse keyfi olarak mal ve mülkünden mahrum edilemez. - No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property.

Her şahıs tek başına veya başkalarıyla birlikte mal ve mülk sahibi olma hakkına sahiptir. - Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others.

property
(Askeri) ordu malı
property
aksesuar
property
hassa
property
iyelik
property
(Ticaret) mülkiyet hakkı
property
mal-mülk
property
sahiplik
property
(Felsefe) özgülük
property
(Ticaret) taşınmaz
property
emtia
property
arazi

Bu arazi benim mülkiyetimdir. - This land is my property.

Bu arazi parçası benim malımdır. - This plot of land is my property.

property
sahne eşyaları
property
sahne elbiseleri
property
{i} (sahne dekorunda kullanılan) eşya, aksesuar
property
property qualification bir kimseye oy hakkı sağlayan mülk sahipliği
property
(Tıp) Özellik, özgüllük, hususiyet, hassa
property
property man sahne eşyalarını temin eden kimse
property
(Askeri) MAL; ORDU MALI: 1. Sahip olunabilen herhangi bir şey. 2. Askeri anlamda kullanıldığı şekilde, bu terim gayrimenkul ve malzemeleri içine alan maddi mal ile sınırlıdır. 3. Özel amaçlar ve muayyen durumlardaki kullanım için, bu terim, kamu arazisi, belirli topraklar, muayyen kategorideki donanma gemileri ve Federal hükümetin kayıtlarını hariç tutabilir
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
That owns property; especially that owns land or real estate and derives income from it
Propertied people own land or property. the propertied classes. owning a lot of property or land
{s} owning property
Possessing property; holding real estate, or other investments of money
owning land or securities as a principal source of revenue
property
An attribute or abstract quality which is characteristic of a class of objects

Matter can have many properties, including color, mass and density.

property
The exclusive right of possessing, enjoying and disposing of a thing
property
An editable or read-only parameter associated with an application, component or class, or the value of such a parameter

You need to set the debugging property to verbose.

property
An object used in a dramatic production

Costumes and scenery are distinguished from property properly speaking.

property
An attribute or abstract quality associated with an individual, object or concept

Charm is his most endearing property.

property
A piece of real estate, such as a parcel of land

Important types of property include real property (land), personal property (other physical possessions), and intellectual property (rights over artistic creations, inventions, etc.).

property
{v} to invest with qualities, to retain
property
{n} a right of possession, quality, in the W. Indies and U. States, a plantation, estate
Property
prop

A popular way to describe buying your first home in English is to get a foot on the property ladder. - Getting a foot on the property ladder is a popular way to describe buying your first home.

Property
- prop·
property
real property, equipment, intangible property and debt instruments
property
Within the persistence system, Property is used as the global term to describe either an attribute or an association of an Object Type
property
any area set aside for a particular purpose; "who owns this place?"; "the president was concerned about the property across from the White House"
property
The properties of a substance or object are the ways in which it behaves in particular conditions. A radio signal has both electrical and magnetic properties. In law, something that is owned or possessed. Concepts of property vary widely among cultures. In the West, property is generally regarded as either tangible (e.g., land or goods) or intangible (e.g., stocks and bonds or a patent). Individual ownership of property is emphasized in Western societies, whereas in many non-Western societies property ownership is deemphasized or conceived on a more strictly communal basis. The use of property is extensively regulated throughout the West. Landowners injured by adjoining land uses may sue in nuisance in Anglo-American countries; similar actions exist in civil-law countries. Throughout the West, landowners may agree to allow others to use their land in ways that would otherwise be actionable, and such agreements may be made to bind those to whom the land is conveyed. Anglo-American law tends to divide these grants of use rights into categories that reflect their common-law origins: easements (such as rights of way), profits (such as the right to take minerals or timber), real covenants (such as a promise to pay a homeowners' association fee), and equitable servitudes (such as a promise to use the property for residential purposes only). The civil law has fewer categories, the general category "servitudes" tending to cover for them all, and is a bit more restrictive. A common means of acquiring property is by transfer from the previous owner or owners. Such transfers include sales, donations, and inheritance. See also adverse possession; community property; intellectual property; prescription; real and personal property. community property intellectual property property tax real and personal property
property
A named attribute of an object Properties define object characteristics such as size, color, and screen location, or the state of an object, such as enabled or disabled
property
A named attribute, such as color or size, assigned to an Access object The properties of an object can be accessed by right-clicking on the object
property
That which is proper to anything; a peculiar quality of a thing; that which is inherent in a subject, or naturally essential to it; an attribute; as, sweetness is a property of sugar
property
a construct whereby objects or individuals can be distinguished; "self-confidence is not an endearing property"
property
any movable articles or objects used on the set of a play or movie; "before every scene he ran down his checklist of props" a basic or essential attribute shared by all members of a class; "a study of the physical properties of atomic particles" a construct whereby objects or individuals can be distinguished; "self-confidence is not an endearing property" something owned; any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone; "that hat is my property"; "he is a man of property"
property
(See character properties )
property
The stylistic features of an object (See also Attribute )
property
Someone's property is all the things that belong to them or something that belongs to them. Richard could easily destroy her personal property to punish her for walking out on him Security forces searched thousands of homes, confiscating weapons and stolen property
property
* Very different sorts of things are regarded as property Individual rights to property (other than clothing and other personal effects), especially the right to own land, is a major innovation in so-called modern thought Land was one important kind of property, physical objects that constitute "the fruit of one's labor" was another It was a short step from physical property to intellectual property, the fruit of one's intellectual labor which was given some recognition in the U S Constitution See trademark, trade secret, copyright, patent (Notice that "ideas" cannot be owned by these means but only some "expression," design, or device ) The advent of electronic information has raised new issues and problems about intellectual property and rights to such property, because of the extreme ease with which electronic information can be copied and transmitted
property
A uniquely named value in a vCard or a vCalendar, consisting of a property name, one or more property parameters (optional), and a property value
property
Windows may have associated ``properties'', consisting of a name, a type, a data format, and some data The protocol places no interpretation on properties They are intended as a general-purpose naming mechanism for clients For example, clients might share information such as resize hints, program names, and icon formats with a window manager via properties
property
A property is a component of an object, similar to an element An object must have a value for each of its properties -- one and only one value For example, a certain folder object must have a name It may not have no name, nor may it have multiple names Perhaps its name is "", but understand that the name property still has a value
property
That to which a person has a legal title, whether in his possession or not; thing owned; an estate, whether in lands, goods, or money; as, a man of large property, or small property
property
An acquired or artificial quality; that which is given by art, or bestowed by man; as, the poem has the properties which constitute excellence
property
A "property" is a piece of information about an element, for example structural information (e g , it is item number 7 in a list, or plain text) or presentation information (e g , that it is marked as bold, its font size is 14) In XML and HTML, properties of an element include the type of the element (e g , IMG or DL), the values of its attributes, and information associated by means of a style sheet In a database, properties of a particular element may include values of the entry, and acceptable data types for that entry
property
Properties are a data type of a C++Builder Object Properties really feel and act like data The fact is, they are methods that act like data members Confusing? A little, but very very powerful For example, if you had a property named NoLines, you could increment the property using NoLines++, just as if it was a data member The Builder calls the get and set methods and the value is incremented In a ANSI C++ scenario using data encapsulation, the ++ could not be used The only thing that you cannot do with a property that you can do to a data member is passing the property to an argument by reference See "Implementation of Tobject" for more information
property
Very different sorts of things are regarded as property Individual rights to property (other than clothing and other personal effects), especially the right to own land, is a major innovation in so-called modern thought Land was one important kind of property, physical objects that constitute "the fruit of one's labor" was another It was a short step from physical property to intellectual property, the fruit of one's intellectual labor which was given some recognition in the U S Constitution See trademark, trade secret, copyright, patent (Notice that "ideas" cannot be owned by these means but only some "expression," design, or device ) The advent of electronic information has raised new issues and problems about intellectual property and rights to such property, because of the extreme ease with which electronic information can be copied and transmitted
property
A named value denoting a characteristic of an element A property has semantic impact Certain properties are predefined in the UML; others may be user defined Synonym: property [OMA] See tagged value
property
a characteristic of an object; the properties of an object can define its appearance or behavior for example
property
To make a property of; to appropriate
property
A parcel of land with a single owner
property
Windows can have associated properties that consist of a name, a type, a data format, and some data The protocol places no interpretation on properties They are intended as a general-purpose naming mechanism for clients For example, clients might use properties to share information such as resize hints, program names, and icon formats with a window manager
property
Property includes all those things and rights which are the object of ownership Real property consists of land or anything attached to or a part of the land such as a house All other property such as stocks, insurance, jewellery, is called personal property
property
The exclusive right of possessing, enjoying, and disposing of a thing; ownership; title
property
All the adjuncts of a play except the scenery and the dresses of the actors; stage requisites
property
Information that is associated with an object In OLE, properties fall into two categories: run-time properties and persistent properties Run-time properties are typically associated with control objects or their containers For example, background color is a run-time property set by a control's container Persistent properties are associated with stored objects See also Persistent property and Run-time properties
property
An attribute or abstract quality associated with an object
property
A named style attribute or parameter for a markup element specified in a stylesheet declaration, e g color, background, font-family, margin etc , which is assigned a specific value Properties are always followed by a colon to separate them from their value pair
property
An editable parameter associated with an application, or its value
property
Propriety; correctness
property
a characteristic or a feature of an item (Items are said to 'instance' or 'exemplify' properties Thus, if Mr Clean is bald, we may say that the item, Mr Clean, instances or exemplifies the property of baldness Note, however, that he does not do so in the actual world )
property
The exclusive right of possessing, enjoying, and disposing of a thing
property
Materials or supplies, equipment, facilities and services General prohibitions about improper use of property apply to all classifications of property
property
An individual component of a logical representation of a scalar type Each property has an associated read and write accessor which allows the value of the property to be accessed and manipulated independently
property
something owned; any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone; "that hat is my property"; "he is a man of property"
property
To invest which properties, or qualities
property
Something that is owned
property
In legal terms, property defines anything that can be owned: either an object or a right
property
any movable articles or objects used on the set of a play or movie; "before every scene he ran down his checklist of props"
property
One of the two principal characteristics of objects (the other is methods) Properties define the manifestation of the object-for example, its appearance Properties may be defined for an object or for the class of objects to which the particular object belongs, in which case they are said to be inherited
property
A property is a building and the land belonging to it. This vehicle has been parked on private property
property
{i} possessions, belongings; estate, assets; ownership; characteristic, attribute; prop used on-stage during a performance (Theater)
property
A characteristic of an object that is defined for a class Search Server/Search Engine An information retrieval system that enables you to search the Web pages scattered around the world for a home page you want to see The system is something like "telephone directory of home pages " By entering keywords of the information you want to get, a search engine looks for the home pages containing the keywords, and shows you the URL's and other information of those pages
property
a basic or essential attribute shared by all members of a class; "a study of the physical properties of atomic particles"
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