waive

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الإنجليزية - التركية
feragat etmek

Tom, jüride yargılanma hakkından feragat etmek istemiyor. - Tom does not want to waive his right to a jury trial.

{f} vazgeçmek
(Ticaret) vazgeçme
(Ticaret) feragat etme

Tom, jüride yargılanma hakkından feragat etmek istemiyor. - Tom does not want to waive his right to a jury trial.

(Kanun) çekilmek
hakkından feragat etmek

Tom, jüride yargılanma hakkından feragat etmek istemiyor. - Tom does not want to waive his right to a jury trial.

(Kanun) feragat

Tom, jüride yargılanma hakkından feragat etmek istemiyor. - Tom does not want to waive his right to a jury trial.

Tom haklarından feragat etti. - Tom waived his rights.

vazgeç
Ertelemek tehir etmek
(Hukuk) hakkından vaz geçmek
İddiadan vaz geçmek, feragat etmek, sarfınazar etmek
{f} ertelemek
iddiadan vaz geçmek
{f} 1. (belirli bir durumda, yetkisini kullanarak) (kural, yasa v.b.'ni) uygulatmamak/(birini) (kural, yasa v.b.'ne) tabi tutmamak/(birini)
hakkından vaz geçmek
(belirli bir durumda, yetkisini kullanarak) (kural, yasa v.b.'ni) uygulatmamak/(birini) (kural, yasa v.b.'ne) tabi tutmamak/(birini)
feragat et

Tom, jüride yargılanma hakkından feragat etmek istemiyor. - Tom does not want to waive his right to a jury trial.

Tom haklarından feragat etti. - Tom waived his rights.

(Avrupa Birliği) kaldırmak
(Ticaret) silme
(Kanun) terk etmek
waive for
için feragat
waive a right
(Kanun) haktan feragat etmek
waive an objection
(Kanun) itirazda bulunmak
waive from appeal
(Kanun) temyizden feragat
waive from legal action
(Kanun) davadan feragat
waive immunity
(Politika, Siyaset) dokunulmazlığı kaldırmak
waive reading
(Kanun) gizlilik talebi
waive the candidacy
(Politika, Siyaset) adaylıktan çekilmek
waives
feragat
to waive
(Hukuk) vazgeçmek
to waive
(Hukuk) feragat etmek

Tom, jüride yargılanma hakkından feragat etmek istemiyor. - Tom does not want to waive his right to a jury trial.

to waive immunity
(Avrupa Birliği) dokunulmazlığı kaldırmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To throw away; to relinquish voluntarily, as a right which one may enforce if he chooses; to give up a right, privilege or restriction; as with a waiver

If you waive the right to be silent, anything you say can be used against you in a court of law.

To throw away; to cast off; to reject; to desert
To relinquish; to give up claim to; not to insist on or claim; to refuse; to forego

We absolutely do renounce or waive our own opinions, absolutely yielding to the direction of others. - Barrow.

To desert; to abandon. - Alexander Mansfield Burrill
A waif; a castaway. - John Donne
A woman put out of the protection of the law
To turn aside; to recede

To waive from the word of Solomon. - Geoffrey Chaucer.

to relinquish, especially temporarily, as a right or claim
If you waive your right to something, for example legal representation, you choose not to have it or do it. He pleaded guilty to the murders of three boys and waived his right to appeal
1. To give up (a claim or right) voluntarily; relinquish.2 To refrain from insisting on or enforcing (a rule or penalty, for example); dispense with: “The original ban on private trading had long since been waived” (William L. Schurz).3. To put aside or off temporarily; defer
do without or cease to hold or adhere to; "We are dispensing with formalities"; "relinquish the old ideas"
To give up a right or claim voluntarily
To relinquish, or abandon; the abandonment of some claim or right
To abandon or give up a claim or a right, or forgive some other requirements
To voluntarily and intentionally relinquish a known right, claim or privilege Warranty Deed: A deed used in many states to convey fee title to real property
do without or cease to hold or adhere to; "We are dispensing with formalities"; "relinquish the old ideas
To voluntarily give up a legal right or claim
To forego In case of insurance deductible to refrain from insisting upon application under specific conditions
See Waive, v
{f} refrain from enforcing something; give up (a right, honor, legal claim, etc.)
To voluntarily and intentionally relinquish a known right, claim or privilege
Giving up the right to make a claim
To give up right or claim voluntarily
To relinquish, or abandon; to forego a right to enforce or require performance by another
To relinquish (give up) a right or entitlement
To voluntarily give up a legal right
not enforce (a penalty)
To agree to give up (a claim, right or privilege) By entering the Event, a competitor waives any right of action against the organiser, the owner of any site and their respective members, employees or personnel for any loss or damage sustained by him in consequence of any act or omission on their part, or on the part of other competitors 2 7 1
To desert; to abandon
A legal term meaning to surrender a right or privilege
To throw away; to relinquish voluntarily, as a right which one may enforce if he chooses
to give up a right, claim, or privilege
To knowingly abandon, relinquish, or surrender a right, benefit, or claim
3 (b), and the Note
lose or lose the right to by some error, offense, or crime
To relinquish or abandon; to forego a right to enforce or require anything
If someone waives a rule, they say that people do not have to obey it in a particular situation. The art gallery waives admission charges on Sundays. to state officially that a right, rule etc can be ignored (weyver, from waif; WAIF)
A waif; a castaway
To relinquish, or abandon; to forego a right to enforce or require anything
To give up a right, claim or privilege
To relinquish, or abandon To forego a right to enforce or require anything
to give up something you are entitled to, as in: We will waive the application fee if you sign up now
To abandon or give up a claim or a right, or forgive some other requirements Top of Page
waive one's claim
give up one's right, concede one's claim
To waive
weyve
waived
past of waive
waives
third-person singular of waive
waives
plural of waive
waiving
present participle of waive
waive
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