assert

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} ileri sürmek
{f} iddia etmek
{f} öne sürmek
(Mukavele) ispat ve iddia ile beyan etmek
üzerine basarak belirtmek
hakkını savunmak
açıklamak
belirtmek
sözlerle savunmak
iddia et

Onlar onun doğru olduğunu iddia ettiler. - They asserted that it was true.

O, haklı olduğunu iddia etti. - She asserted that she was right.

bildirmek
olduğunu göstermek
hak iddia etmek
{f} söylemek
{f} (emin bir şekilde) ileri sürmek, öne sürmek
savunmak
iddia et,öne sür
{f} savunmak (hak)
teyit
assertion
{i} sav
assertion
iddia

Bir iddia bir kanıt değildir. - An assertion isn't a proof.

İddianızın geçerliliğini ispat edebilir misiniz? - Can you prove the validity of your assertion?

assert herself
kendini göster
assert himself
kendini göster
assert myself
kendimi göster
assert oneself
özünü göstermek
assert themselves
kendilerini göster
assert yourself
kendinizi göster
assert a claim
bir talepte
assert oneself
kendini göster
assert o.s
kendini göstermek
assert o.s
otoritesini kabul ettirmek
assert oneself
(Fiili Deyim ) kendini göstermek , otoritesini kurmak
assert oneself
kendini göstermek
assert oneself
otoritesini kullanmak
assertion
{i} (bir iddiayı) öne sürme
asserted
iddia edilen
assertion
evetleme
assertion
öne sürme
assertion
hakkını ispat etme
assertion
(Felsefe) ileri sürme
assertion
tasdik
assertion
(Kanun) ifade
assertion
(Askeri) bildirim
assertion
(Dilbilim) belirtme
assertion
bildiri
assertion
açıklama
assertion
(Dilbilim) Belirtme, savsöz
assertion
(Bilgisayar) NET Framework güvenliğinde, metodu çağıranın gerekli izni olmasa bile belli bir kaynağa erişmesinin sağlanması
assertion
{i} hakkını arama
assertion
hakkını ispat,iddia
assertion
savunma/iddia
İngilizce - İngilizce
to make true; to make equal to 1
To declare with assurance or plainly and strongly; to state positively

he would often assert his beliefs to us.

To use or exercise and thereby prove the existence of

Salman Rushdie has asserted his right ... to be identified as the author of this work.

To maintain or defend, as a cause or a claim, by words or measures; to vindicate a claim or title to; as, to assert our rights and liberties
{v} to affirm, maintain, claim, vindicate
state categorically
state categorically insist on having one's opinions and rights recognized; "Women should assert themselves more!
To affirm; to declare with assurance, or plainly and strongly; to state positively; to aver; to asseverate
To affirm; to declare with assurance or plainly and strongly; to state positively; to aver; to asseverate
If you assert yourself, you speak and act in a forceful way, so that people take notice of you. He's speaking up and asserting himself confidently
If you assert your authority, you make it clear by your behaviour that you have authority. After the war, the army made an attempt to assert its authority in the south of the country = establish + assertion as·ser·tion The decision is seen as an assertion of his authority within the company
verb-infinitive state
state as true; declare
If you assert your right or claim to something, you insist that you have the right to it. The republics began asserting their right to govern themselves. + assertion as·ser·tion These institutions have made the assertion of ethnic identity possible
used in the form "Assert t", generates two subgoals, one which adds t as a new hypothesis and the other with t as the goal to prove from the current hypotheses
assert to be true; "The letter asserts a free society"
insist on having one's opinions and rights recognized; "Women should assert themselves more!"
{f} state, declare; insist on
If someone asserts a fact or belief, they state it firmly. Mr. Helm plans to assert that the bill violates the First Amendment The defendants, who continue to assert their innocence, are expected to appeal Altman asserted, `We were making a political statement about western civilisation and greed.' = declare + assertion assertions as·ser·tion There is no concrete evidence to support assertions that the recession is truly over
To maintain; to defend
to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true; "Before God I swear I am innocent"
Add a clause to a predicate Clauses can be added at either end of the clause-list of a predicate See assert1 and assertz1
assert oneself
put oneself forward in an assertive and insistent manner
assert oneself
prove oneself, show oneself worthy; stand up for ones own opinions
asserted
Simple past tense and past participle of assert
asserted
stated, declared or alleged, especially with confidence but no proof
assertion
A statement in a program asserting a condition expected to be true at a particular point, used in debugging
assertion
Maintenance; vindication; as, the assertion of one's rights or prerogatives
assertion
{n} the act of asserting, an affirmation
assertion
(Bilgisayar) In computer programming, an assertion is a predicate (for example a true–false statement) placed in a program to indicate that the developer thinks that the predicate is always true at that place
asserted
confidently declared to be so; "the asserted value of the painting
asserted
confidently declared to be so; "the asserted value of the painting"
asserted
An asserted assertion is one that was explicitly added to the KB via an ASSERT operation An "asserted argument" is an argument claiming an assertion was asserted Contrast with inferred
asserted
past of assert
asserted
Term used to describe the state of a logic signal; synonymous with "active "
asserted
(adj ) Characteristic of a signal used to initiate an action Contrast with unasserted
asserting
present participle of assert
asserting
relating to the use of or having the nature of a declaration
assertion
A logical expression specifying a program state that must exist or a set of conditions that program variables must satisfy at a particular point during program execution
assertion
The act of asserting, or that which is asserted; positive declaration or averment; affirmation; statement asserted; position advanced
assertion
A statement in a program that a condition is true at this point in the program Useful for reasoning about how a program is supposed to behave
assertion
something that you say or write that you strongly believe assertion that
assertion
The assertion is the fundamental unit of knowledge in the CYC® system Every assertion consists of: a CycL formula which states the content of the assertion a truth value a microtheory of which the assertion is part a direction (in Cyc-9 this was an access level) a justification The set of assertions includes both rules and GAFs
assertion
a claim; in writing, a point or thesis
assertion
A statement of behaviour for an element to be tested These are normally derived from text describing software to be tested (the specification) Assertions take one of the following forms: Bold assertion: in the form The Ford motorcar is black Cause/effect behaviour using the form when, then such as When cause occurs, then effect results Conditional assertion, in the form If <condition>: when, then or If <condition>: <bold assertion> such as If <optional feature is supported>: when cause occurs, then effect results
assertion
A statement of what must be true In Java, assertions are generally found in comments
assertion
A particular form of promise which claims to the compiler that the specified goal will always hold If useful, the compiler may use this information to perform optimisations
assertion
A statement describing a property or characteristic of one or more states of a program during its execution
assertion
{i} statement, declaration; defense of one's rights
assertion
Explicit or implicit representations by an entity's management that are embodied in financial statement components and for which the auditor obtains and evaluates evidential matter when forming his or her opinion on the entity's financial statements
assertion
A Power Fortran directive that asserts something about the program For example, an assertion can assert that a particular array is a permutation vector Power Fortran does not verify the validity of assertions
assertion
noun statement
assertion
An expression that evaluates to either true or false Generally used to protect the integrity of a system or component
assertion
(1) (n ) A conditional statement in the operating system source code intended to prevent the kernel from going astray and damaging important data (2) (n ) A Boolean statement that determines whether a program is operating correctly
assertion
an unsupported statement or claim
assertion
The learned skill of describing what you need or feel to another person in a way that they can hear you clearly
assertion
a declaration that is made emphatically (as if no supporting evidence were necessary)
assertion
Management asserts financial statements are correct with regard to existence or occurrence of assets, liabilities or transactions, completeness of information in the financial statements, rights and obligations at a point in time, appropriate valuation or allocation, presentation, and disclosure
assertion
A component of a regular expression that must be true for the pattern to match but does not necessarily match any characters itself Often used specifically to mean a zero-width assertion
assertion
the act of affirming or asserting or stating something
assertion
Maintenance; vindication; as, the assertion of ones rights or prerogatives
assertion
a Boolean (i e , logical) expression specifying the state of an application, object, or use case that must exist at one or more specific points during execution Note that assertions can be used to specify the designer's intent Note that assertions also improve robustness when used to raise exceptions when violated See also invariant, postcondition, and precondition
assertions
plural of assertion
asserts
third-person singular of assert
assert