ratify

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الإنجليزية - التركية
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To give formal consent to; make officially valid
Give formal confirmation, by the authorised body, of an action or decision Receipts and payments account Income actually received and paid out for a year or other period, without additional indication of other sums outstanding, owed to or by an organisation
to approve formally, as by an official vote of the delegates
to confirm by expressing consent, approval, or formal sanction
To approve and make valid
v to approve and sanction formally
To approve and sanction; to make valid; to confirm; to establish; to settle; especially, to give sanction to, as something done by an agent or servant; as, to ratify an agreement, treaty, or contract; to ratify a nomination
approve and express assent, responsibility, or obligation; "All parties ratified the peace treaty"; "Have you signed your contract yet?"
When national leaders or organizations ratify a treaty or written agreement, they make it official by giving their formal approval to it, usually by signing it or voting for it. The parliaments of Australia and Indonesia have yet to ratify the treaty. to make a written agreement official by signing it ratify a treaty/an agreement/a decision etc (ratifier, from ratificare, from ratus; RATE)
{f} approve, authorize, confirm, sanction
ratify an agreement
confirm an agreement, ratify a settlement
ratification
a formal declaration of agreement to a treaty etc
ratified
Simple past tense and past participle of ratify
ratifier
One who is in favor of ratification
To ratify
rate
To ratify
enseal
ratification
Approval of a previously unauthorized act performed on behalf of a person which gives the act validity and legally binding effect
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An instrument filed by a party who is confirming certain items or facts, or by giving formal approval or sanction to an action Example: a governing body, such as church elders, giving formal approval of certain actions taken by others, or proposed actions by others
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The confirmation or adoption of a previous act done either by the party himself or by another
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Ratification defines the international act whereby a state indicates its consent to be bound to a treaty if the parties intended to show their consent by such an act
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The Constitution had to be sent to the states for approval, or ratification 9 out of 13 states needed to ratify the new constitution Federalists: Supporters of the Constitution who favored a strong central government
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making something valid by formally ratifying or confirming it; "the ratification of the treaty"; "confirmation of the appointment"
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Point at which the CEN Management Centre registers the standard as an adopted standard in the CEN System following a positive vote and the production of the voting report
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(noun)-ratifying or being ratified; confirmation
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Two uses of this term are: (1) the act of approval of a proposed constitutional amendment by the legislatures of the States; (2) the Senate process of advice and consent to treaties negotiated by the President
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fulfilling and implementing the formal process established by a country to bring about the legal application of a treaty on its government, such as approval by parliament or, in the United States, approval by the President after he has received the advice and consent of two-thirds of the Senate to ratification The country then submits the required legal instrument of ratification to the treaty's depositary governments
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The Founding Fathers agreed to submit their Constitution for ratification by specially called state conventions This procedure gave the Constitution the endorsement of the people, and it also bypassed the state legislatures, where many opposed the stronger national government the Constitution created
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Acceptance of a legally binding commitment under the Convention or Protocol by a national government Sources Any process, activity or mechanism which releases greenhouse gas, an aerosol or a precursor of a greenhouse gas into the atmosphere
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after signing the Convention, a country must ratify it, for which it often needs the approval of the parliament or other legislature For the CBD the instrument of ratification is submitted to the UN Secretary-General in New York, who acts as the Depositary At the date of submission the country becomes a Party to the Convention; 90 days later the Convention enters into force for that country As of 29 December 2000 the CBD has 180 parties [JVG]
ratification
{i} certification, approval, sanction, authorization
ratification
The adoption or approval of an act performed on behalf of a person without previous authorization
ratification
The ratification of a treaty or written agreement is the process of ratifying it. The EU will now complete ratification of the treaty by June 1
ratification
The implementation of the formal process established by a country to legally bind its government to a treaty, such as approval by parliament In the United States, treaty ratifications require approval by the president after he has received the advice and consent of two-thirds of the Senate The country then submits the required legal instrument of ratification to the treaty's depositary governments
ratification
the act or process of ratifying, or the state of being ratified
ratification
After signing a treaty, a country must ratify it, often with the approval of its parliament or other legislature Such process implies not only an expression of interest as indicated by the signature, but the transformation of the treaty's principles and obligations into national law The instrument of ratification must be deposited with the Depositary which, in the case of the CCD, is the Secretary-General of the United Nations The country will become a Party of the Convention by the completion of a period of 90 days after the deposit of the instrument of ratification
ratification
Method of creating an agency relationship in which the principal accepts the conduct of someone who acted without prior authorization as the principal's agent
ratification
official acceptance of an agreement by one of the parties
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After signing the Convention or the Protocol, a country must ratify it, often with the approval of its parliament or other legislature The instrument of ratification must be deposited with the depositary (in this case the UN Secretary-General) to start the 90-day countdown to becoming a Party
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making something valid by formally ratifying or confirming it; "the ratification of the treaty"; "confirmation of the appointment
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The act of ratifying; the state of being ratified; confirmation; sanction; as, the ratification of a treaty
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Agreeing to an act after it has taken place in order to make it legal or give it authority, such as a minor ratifying a contract made prior to his becoming of legal age
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Formal approval by the respective principals of both negotiating parties of a proposed memorandum of settlement in the collective labour agreements where central bargaining is deemed appropriate by the hospitals
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Ratification is an act by which the State expresses its definitive consent to be bound by the treaty Then, the State Party must respect the provisions of the treaty and implement it
ratification
Formal approval of a newly negotiated agreement by vote of the union members affected
ratified
formally approved and invested with legal authority
ratified
past of ratify
ratified
{s} passed, confirmed, authorized, sanctioned
ratifier
One who, or that which, ratifies; a confirmer
ratifier
{i} confirmer, approver, one who sanctions, authorizer
ratifier
One who ratifies or contributes to ratification
ratifies
third-person singular of ratify
ratifying
present participle of ratify
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