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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} fark gözetme, ayrı tutma, ayrım: racial segregation ırk ayrımı
(Tıp) Cinsiyet hücrelerinin meyotik bölünmesi esnasında homolog kromozomların birbirinden ayrılması (Biri bir hücreye diğeri öbür hücreye geçer)
{i} ayrım

Halk ayrımcılık probleminden tamamen habersiz. - The masses are entirely ignorant of the segregation problem.

(Ticaret) ayırımcılık
(İnşaat) ayrışma
(Tıp) ayırım
ayrı tutma
toplumsal kopma
fark gözetme
(İstatistik) Ayrışım
{i} ırkçılık
{i} ayırma
(Askeri) NEZARET ALTINA ALMA, NEZARET ALTINDA TUTMA, TECRİT: Disiplini korumak zaruretiyle veya idari maksatla bir mahpusun diğer mahpuslardan ayrılarak nezaret altında tutulması. Bak. "administrative segregation", "disciplinary segregation"
(Tıp) Ayırım, özellikle hususi bir amaçla yapılan ayırım, ayırma
{i} ayrılma
{i} ırk ayrımı
(Kanun) tecrit
segregation in education
eğitimde ayrım
segregation in transportation
ulaştırmada ayrım
sex segregation
Cinsel ayrımcılık
power segregation
Güçler ayrılığı
racial segregation
racial segregation
ırk ayrımı
negative segregation
negatif segregasyon, alt birikim
administration segregation
(Askeri) İDARİ TECRİT: Ayrıca bakınız: "close continement" ve "disciplinary segregation"
administrative segregation
(Askeri) İDARİ TECRİT: Mahpusların; kontrol, koruma, başka mahpuslara veya şahıslara zarar vermelerini önleme veya diğer idari maksatlarla, esas mahpus grubundan ayrılmaları, hücre hapsine alınmaları. Ayrıca bak; "close confinement" ve "disciplinary segregation"
aggregate segregation
agrega ayrışması
de facto segregation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) fiili ayrılık
de jure segregation
(Kanun) hukuki ayrım
de jure segregation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) hukuki ayrılık
disciplinary segregation
(Askeri) İHTİLATTAN MEN, İHTİLATTAN MENETME: Mahpusların, yönetmeliğe uygun bir disiplin tedbiri olarak, tek başlarına hapsedilmeleri. Bak. "segregation"
occupational segregation
(Ticaret) mesleki ayırım
racial segregation
ırk ayrılığı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Separation from a mass, and gathering about centers or into cavities at hand through cohesive or adhesive attraction or the crystallizing process
The act of segregating, or the state of being segregated; separation or isolation from others
Especially in U. S. race relations until the mid-twentieth century, the policy, sometimes enforced by law, of requiring non-white persons to use separate public facilities (such as restrooms or schools) or to be physically separated from white persons (as on public transportation)
The act of physical separating two groups; often imposed on a minority group by a dominant group (p 299)
The process of separating various wastes from others, by containing the different waste streams as close as possible to the source of the waste Each waste should be identified and stored separately from all others
the act of segregating or sequestering; "sequestration of the jury" a social system that provides separate facilities for minority groups (genetics) the separation of paired alleles during meiosis so that members of each pair of alleles appear in different gametes
To separate based on race
Segregation is the official practice of keeping people apart, usually people of different sexes, races, or religions. The Supreme Court unanimously ruled that racial segregation in schools was unconstitutional. when people of different races, sexes, or religions are kept apart so that they live, work, or study separately   integration
(genetics) the separation of paired alleles during meiosis so that members of each pair of alleles appear in different gametes
The separation of allelic genes at meiosis Because allelic genes occupy the same locus on homologous chromosomes, they pass to different gametes
In genetics, the separation of allele pairs from one another and their distribution to different cells observed only in heterozygous genotypes
A term applied to the concentration and partial separation of one or more elements from solution during solidification of liquid steel in an ingot mould Sulfur and phosphorus tend to segregate to a greater extent than other elements which can have a particular adverse effect on machinability in high sulfur free-cutting steels Modern steel making and continuous casting have largely overcome this problem
Separation of one group of people from another
a social system that provides separate facilities for minority groups
The tendency of particles of the same size in a given mass of aggregate to gather together whenever the material is being loaded, transported, or otherwise disturbed
when genetically modified crops are kept separate from conventional crops
the act of segregating or sequestering; "sequestration of the jury"
the spatial separation of specific population subgroups within a wider population
the state of being separated
In this context, it is the idea that young boys and young girls gradually segregate themselves by genders, as noted by Maccoby, only to return to cross-gendered relationships later in life
A localized concentration of alloying elements or harmful impurities in the cast bar and resultant rod or wire
The process of ensuring that key players are not exposed to the same risk simultaneously
The act or practice of keeping people or groups apart
Mendelian hereditary principle explaining the distribution of alleles among the offspring of a selfed heterozygous individual
keeping apart, or separating, eg high and low risk ingredients to prevent cross-contamination
a social system that provides separate facilities for minority groups (genetics) the separation of paired alleles during meiosis so that members of each pair of alleles appear in different gametes
The act of segregating, or the state of being segregated; separation from others; a parting
In genetics, the breaking up of allele pairs in the production of gametes
The normal biological process whereby the two pieces of a chromosome pair are separated during meiosis and randomly distributed to the germ cells
An activity where waste or materials (radioactive or exempt) are separated or are kept separate according to radiological, chemical and/or physical properties which will facilitate waste handling and/or processing
The isolation of securities that the firm may not use for hypothecation or loan The securities, which must be "locked up" by the firm, represent fully paid-for securities or the portion of a margin account in excess of loanable securities
  Synonym privacy (def #1)
Segregations are phase separations, which result in typical concentration differences in alloys With the solidification of alloys, grains can be generated due to deviations from the equilibrium state, which are formed by zones of different composition The cause for this crystal or micro segregation is the decreased diffusion within the grains following increased cooling speeds
separating certain types of chemicals at the time of disposal This method not only lowers disposal costs, but also decreases the chances of incompatible materials being added together
The segregation of students identified as having different needs Student with mental handicaps are congregated in a special class or a separate building
{i} division, separation, differentiation; state of being divided, state of being separated, state of being differentiated; practice of maintaining separation between members of different races
Separation from a mass, and gathering about centers or into cavities at hand through cohesive attraction or the crystallizing process
sex segregation
Sex segregation is the separation of people according to their sex
administrative segregation
Solitary confinement
communal segregation
discrimination of a racial or cultural group
de facto segregation
segregation (especially in schools) that happens in fact although not required by law
de jure segregation
segregation that is imposed by law
law of segregation
members of a pair of homologous chromosomes separate during the formation of gametes and are distributed to different gametes so that every gamete receives only one member of the pair
racial segregation
division of people by their race, racial separation
racial segregation
Practice of restricting people to certain circumscribed areas of residence or to separate institutions and facilities on the basis of race or alleged race. Racial segregation provides a means of maintaining the economic advantages and higher social status of politically dominant races. Historically, various conquerors among them Asian Mongols, African Bantu, and American Aztecs have practiced discrimination involving the segregation of subject races. Racial segregation has appeared in all multiracial communities, except where racial amalgamation has occurred on a large scale, as in Hawaii and Brazil. In such places there has been occasional social discrimination but not legal segregation. In the Southern states of the U.S., public facilities were segregated from the late 19th century into the 1950s (see Jim Crow law), and in South Africa a system of apartheid sanctioned discrimination against nonwhites until it was abolished in the 1990s. The U.S. civil rights movement and Civil Rights Act of 1964 helped end racial segregation in education and public facilities, though other forms of racial discrimination continued
racial segregation
segregation by race
plural of segregation
the problem of communal segregation
problem of the deprivation of rights and privileges on the basis of communities