servant

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الإنجليزية - التركية
hizmetçi

Bir hizmetçi tutacak kadar zengin. - He is rich enough to keep a servant.

Bir hizmetçi gibi davranırsan, bir hizmetçi gibi davranılırsın. - If you behave like a servant, you'll be treated like a servant.

{i} uşak

Akıl iyi bir uşak fakat kötü bir efendidir. - The mind is a good servant, but a poor master.

Uşaklar efendilerinin siparişini gerçekleştirmeye çalıştı. - The servants tried to carry out their master's order.

{i} memur

Ben bir devlet memuruydum. - I was a public servant.

devlet memuru

Ben bir devlet memuruydum. - I was a public servant.

ayvaz
müstahdem
odacı
kul

Kapa çeneni, cehennemin kulu! - Shut up, servant of hell!

O sadece Çizmeli Kedi görüntüsünü kullanmak zorunda kaldı. Ben onun sadık uşağıydım. - She just had to use her Puss-In-Boots look and I was her devoted servant.

köle

İmparator, kölelerinden birine kendisini öldürmesini emretti. - The Emperor ordered one of his servants to kill himself.

public servant memur
kulunuz
{i} hizmetli
servant girl hizmetçi kız
yanaşma
{i} hademe
servant boy uşak
fellow servant kapı yoldaşı
bende
kulu
evcimen
civil servant
memur
servant leadership
Hizmetkar liderlik
servant's quarter
Eski tip büyük evlerde evin işini gören hizmetçi, şoför, gibi ev çalışanlarının kaldığı, çoğu zaman ana binanın dışında, bahçede bulunan ev
servant girl
hizmetçi kız
servant boy
uşak
servant girl
besleme
servant maid
hizmetçi
civil servant
kamu hizmetlisi
female servant
halayık
male servant
uşak
civil servant
devlet memuru
house servant
hizmetçi
public servant
devlet memuru

Ben bir devlet memuruydum. - I was a public servant.

civil servant
devlet personeli
maid servant
hizmetçi kız
servanthood
kulluk
body servant
uşak
civil servant
İng. devlet memuru
domestic servant
hizmetçi
obligations of servant
(Kanun) işçinin yükümlülükleri
old servant
emektar
public servant
memur

Ben bir devlet memuruydum. - I was a public servant.

public servant
kamu görevlisi

Tom bir kamu görevlisiydi. - Tom was a public servant.

ring for a servant
hizmetçiyi çağırmak
your humble servant
bendeniz
your obedient servant
sadık kulunuz
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
One who is hired to perform regular household or other duties, and receives compensation. As opposed to a slave

There are three servants in the household, the butler and two maids.

One who serves another, providing help in some manner

She is quite the humble servant, the poor in this city owe much to her but she expects nothing.

{n} a person who serves, a term of civility
{i} one who is paid to perform duties for another (especially household chores); person who works for the government
The instance of the class that implements the interface defined in an application's OMG IDL statements A servant contains the method code that implements the operations of one or more CORBA objects
A servant is a programming language object or entity that implements requests on one or more objects Servants generally exist within the context of a server process Requests made on an object's references are mediated by the ORB and transformed into invocations on a particular servant In the course of an object's lifetime it may be associated with (that is, requests on its references will be targeted at) multiple servants
A person employed in the fishery on wages
A servant is someone who is employed to work at another person's home, for example as a cleaner or a gardener
A device controlled by a Commander; there are message-based and register-based Servants
(Faithful) (See Adam )
a person working in the service of another (especially in the household)
To subject
In CORBA, a servant is an instance of an interface implementation that is registered with an ORB A servant receives method invocations through the CORBA object adapter
A professed lover or suitor; a gallant
You can use servant to refer to someone or something that provides a service for people or can be used by them. The question is whether technology is going to be our servant or our master. see also civil servant
A concealed shelf at the rear of a chair or table
One in a state of subjection or bondage
Designation for village rulers in Maychoria and Tappuah
One who serves, or does services, voluntarily or on compulsion; a person who is employed by another for menial offices, or for other labor, and is subject to his command; a person who labors or exerts himself for the benefit of another, his master or employer; a subordinate helper
An entity residing in a server NonStop™ servants are Java object instances A servant answers the client service request
One who is hired to provide regular household or other duties, and receives compensation. As opposed to a slave
In Lisp, the instance of a class that implements an interface
in a subordinate position; "theology should be the handmaiden of ethics"; "the state cannot be a servant of the church"
servant leadership
Both a leadership philosophy and set of leadership practices. Traditional leadership generally involves the accumulation and exercise of power by one at the “top of the pyramid.” By comparison, the servant-leader shares power, puts the needs of others first and helps people develop and perform as highly as possible
servant's quarter
The parts of a building, traditionally in a private house, which contain the domestic offices and staff accommodation
servant girl
housemaid, female attendant
servant girl
a girl who is a servant
assigned servant
In the days when Australia was a penal settlement: a convict assigned to work as a servant for a free settler (either a male or female convict, and either a male or female settler)
captain's servant
the rating of a boy entering the Royal Navy at about the age of twelve before becoming a midshipman
civil servant
A person employed in the civil service; a government employee
domestic servant
A servant employed in a grand or middle class household
indentured servant
A debt bondage worker who is under contract of an employer for a specified period of time, in exchange for transportation, food, drink, clothing, lodging and other necessities
maid-servant
Female servant; often one who acts as a maid
public servant
In the days when Australia was a penal colony: a convict assigned to work on public projects
public servant
A person employed by the government
your servant
Used as a greeting, especially to a lady
your servant
Used as a closing of a personal letter
A servant
gip
A servant
varlet
A servant
swain
A servant
hyne
body servant
a valet or personal maid
body servant
{i} personal maid, valet, personal manservant
bond servant
someone bound to labor without wages
bond servant
A slave; one who is bound to service without wages
bond servant
slave, one bound to service without pay
civil servant
A civil servant is a person who works in the Civil Service in Britain and some other countries, or for the local, state, or federal government in the United States. A person employed in the civil service. someone employed in the civil service
civil servant
government employee
civil servant
a public official who is a member of the civil service
engage a servant
{f} hire a helper, employ a maid, engage a worker
fellow servant
One of a group of employees working together under such circumstances that the employer, under common law, is not considered liable for injury to one worker resulting from the negligence of another
indentured servant
A person who came to Jamestown who had made an agreement with the Virginia company to work as a servant for a period of years, usually between four to seven, in exchange for free passage to the colony
indentured servant
A person bound to another by contract for a specific period of time in repayment of a debt or other obligation
indentured servant
a person who has to work for someone for 4-7 years to earn freedom
indentured servant
A person who voluntarily or involuntarily committed to working for another person for a fixed number of years (usually 4 to 7) The most common reason was to pay off a debt, such as the cost of passage to America or some other destination The indentured servant had few, if any, rights but people without skills or money would accept this arrangement in order to gain something when the service was done
indentured servant
one who was voluntarily or involuntarily committed to working for someone for a fixed number of years (usually 4 to 7) in exchange for passage to America or some other financial advantage (i e , learning a trade) An indentured servant had few, if any, rights, but people without skills or money accepted this position in order to emigrate After the period of work was over, the servant usually became a freeman It was also common practice for parents to indenture their children with the intent of having their child learn a trade or craft
indentured servant
person who is bound into the service of another person for a specified period, usually seven years in the 18th and 19th centuries to pay for passage to another country
man servant
slave, male attendant, male house servant
personal servant
escort, helper of an individual
public servant
someone who holds a government position (either by election or appointment)
public servant
A public servant is a person who is appointed or elected to a public office, for example working for a local or state government. A person who holds a government position by election or appointment. someone who works for the government, especially someone who is elected
public servant
state worker, public worker
servants
plural of servant
submissive servant
slave who gives everything for his master, servant who would do anything for his master
your humble servant
your loyal worker
your obedient servant
your loyal worker
التركية - الإنجليزية

تعريف servant في التركية الإنجليزية القاموس.

bendeniz cennet kuşu your humble servant
(said jocularly)
bendeniz/bendeleri your humble servant
(formerly used in polite speech when referring to oneself; today used either jocularly or sarcastically): Bendeniz saat onda hazır olacak. Your humble servant will be ready at ten o'clock
ita amiri disburser, civil servant authorized
to disburse large sums of money
servant
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