punishments

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الإنجليزية - التركية
ceza

Ona korkunç cezalar söz verildi. - Terrible punishments were promised her.

punishment
ceza

Tom kesinlikle o tür cezayı hak edecek bir şey yapmadı. - Tom certainly hadn't done anything that deserved that kind of punishment.

Tom aldığı cezayı hakketti. - Tom deserved the punishment he got.

punishment
cezalandırmak
punishment
(Osmanlıca) tecziye
punishment
ukubet
punishment
terbiye
punishment
kötü davranma
punishment
zarar verme
punishment
cezalandırma

Bireysel suçların sonucunun ortak cezalandırma olması gerekir. - The consequence of individual crimes should be collective punishment.

punishment
azab
consolidation of punishments
(Kanun) cezaların içtimai
joinder of punishments
(Kanun) cezaların içtimai
punishment
{i} zahmet
punishment
{i} hırpalama
punishment
hasar/ceza
punishment
mücazat
punishment
yüklenme
punishment
sert davranma
punishment
ağır çalıştırma
punishment
{i} eziyet
table of maximum punishments
(Askeri) AZAMİ CEZA HADLERİ ÇİZELGESİ: Askeri ceza ve askeri ceza muhakemeleri usulü kanunları hükümlerini ihlal vakalarında verilecek en ağır cezaları gösterir liste. Bu çizelge, harp zamanında uygulanmayabilir
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
plural of punishment
capital punishments
plural form of capital punishment
corporal punishments
plural form of corporal punishment
punishment
Any treatment or experience so harsh it feels like being punished
punishment
A suffering by pain or loss imposed as retribution
punishment
The act or process of punishing, imposing and/or applying a sanction
punishment
A penalty to punish wrongdoing, especially for crime
Punishment
punition
punishment
{n} any thing inflicted for a crime
punishment
The application of an aversive stimulus following some behavior designed to decrease the probability of that behavior [2]
punishment
{i} discipline, penalty; fine, financial penalty
punishment
Severe, rough, or disastrous treatment
punishment
Anything that decreases the likelihood of a response being offered
punishment
Any pain, suffering, or loss inflicted on a person because of a crime or offense
punishment
The adding of a negative stimulus in order to decrease a response (e g , spanking a child to decrease negative behavior)
punishment
wrath
punishment
A penalty inflicted by a court of justice on a convicted offender as a just retribution, and incidentally for the purposes of reformation and prevention
punishment
The least effective way of changing someone's behaviour or improving their performance
punishment
A consequence that decreases the future probability of a response One type of punishment involves thepresentation of a nonprefered event following the misbehavior A second type of punishment involves the withdrawal of a positive reinforcer following the misbehavior
punishment
The New Testament lays down the general principles of good government, but contains no code of laws for the punishment of offenders Punishment proceeds on the principle that there is an eternal distinction between right and wrong, and that this distinction must be maintained for its own sake It is not primarily intended for the reformation of criminals, nor for the purpose of deterring others from sin These results may be gained, but crime in itself demands punishment (See MURDER; THEFT )
punishment
Penalty for wrongdoing, especially for crime
punishment
A process for weakening behavior which can take one of two forms First, an aversive or noxious stimulus can be made contingent on the response to be weakened Second, a positively reinforcing stimulus can be withheld or removed contingent on the response to be weakened
punishment
Deliberate infliction of harm as a moral sanction against offenders Punishment may be understood, designed, and applied according to any of the three major varieties of normative theory: retribution and reparation focus on satisfaction of duties, deterrence and prevention on securing desirable outcomes, and reform and rehabilitation on improving moral character Recommended Reading: Nigel Walker, Why Punish? (Oxford, 1991) {at Amazon com}; David A Hoekema, Rights and Wrongs: Coercion, Punishment and the State (Susquehanna, 1987) {at Amazon com}; Punishment, ed by John Simmons, Marshall En, Joshua Cohen, and Thomas Scanlon (Princeton, 1994) {at Amazon com}; Louis P Pojman and Jeffrey Reiman, The Death Penalty (Rowman & Littlefield, 1998) {at Amazon com}; and David Garland, Punishment and Modern Society: A Study in Social Theory (Chicago, 1993) {at Amazon com} Also see SEP, OCP, Hugo Adam Bedau, IEP, noesis, and BGHT
punishment
A consequent stimulus that reduces the probability a behavior will occur
punishment
Presentation of an aversive event or removal of a positive event following a response which decreases the frequency of that response
punishment
an event that immediately follows a behavior and results in that behavior being reduced or eliminated
punishment
Remember positive and negative reinforcement increasethe responses they follow Punishment is likely to decrease those responses
punishment
An instrumental conditioning procedure in which an aversive stimulus is made contingent on a response (Anderson)
punishment
the act of punishing
punishment
Punishment is the act of punishing someone or of being punished. a group which campaigns against the physical punishment of children I have no doubt that the man is guilty and that he deserves punishment
punishment
A punishment is a particular way of punishing someone. The government is proposing tougher punishments for officials convicted of corruption
punishment
A stimulus that decreases the probability that a previous behavior will occur again
punishment
Punishment is a term from Psychological Learning Theory that has a precise meaning; it refers to something that causes a behavior to lessen in intensity There is nothing that is intrinsically punishing A thing is called punishing if, when it is applied, it results in the reduction of behavior that you want to reduce
punishment
The punishment for failure to comply with a sentence or pay a fine on time is one degree higher than the original sentence or fine For disrupting court proceeedings, the minimum sentence is a minor fine, and the maximum is a major fine For violating a court order or injunction, the minimum sentence is a minor fine, and there is no maximum sentence
punishment
The application of an aversive stimulus following some behavior designed to decrease the probability of that behavior
punishment
You can use punishment to refer to severe physical treatment of any kind. Don't expect these types of boot to take the punishment that gardening will give them. see also capital punishment, corporal punishment. capital punishment corporal punishment strong and hard punishment
punishment
any event whose presence decreases the likelihood that ongoing behaviour will recur
punishment
A negative consequence of a behavior, which leads to a decrease in the frequency of the behavior that produces it (p 211)
punishments
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