authorize

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yetki vermek
{f} onaylamak
{f} izin vermek
(Bilgisayar) yetkilendir

Ben onu yetkilendiremem. - I can't authorize that.

yetki ver
yetkilendirmek
yetki

Ben onu yetkilendiremem. - I can't authorize that.

Orada girmek için yetkili değilsiniz. - You are not authorized to enter there.

{f} ruhsat vermek
(Mukavele) yetki vermek, salahiyet vermek; ruhsat vermek
memur etmek
yetkili kılmak
authorized
yetkili

Sadece temizlikçiler toplantı odasına girmeye yetkilidir. - Only cleaners are authorized to enter into the meeting room.

Burada olmak için yetkili değilsin. - You're not authorized to be here.

authorization
{i} yetki

Yetkiye ihtiyacımız var. - We need authorization.

Yetkiye ihtiyacım var. - I need authorization.

authorise
yetki vermek
authorize somebody as assignee
vekil nasp etmek
authorization
izin
authorised
izin verilmiş
authorised
yetki verilmiş
authorised
yetkili
authorization
(Kanun) yetki belgesi
authorization
izin vermek
authorization
(Tıp) ruhsatlandırma
authorization
yetki vermek
authorization
(Ticaret) verilen yetki
authorized
(Kanun) salahiyettar
authorized
yetki verilmiş
authorized
ruhsatlı
authorise
yetki ver
authorised
{f} yetki ver
authorization
uygun görme
authorization
onama
authorized
{f} yetki ver
authorise
yetki
authorises
yetki
authorising
Yetkilendirme
authorized
izin veren
re-authorize
yeniden yetki
authorise
izin vermek
authorise
onaylamak
authorise
f., İng., bak. authorize
authorise
{f} ruhsat vermek
authorization
ruhsat
authorization
(Avrupa Birliği) salahiyet/yetki verme, izin
authorization
akey
authorization
cevaz
authorization
tensip
authorization
otorite
authorized
{s} resmi
authorized
izin verilen
authorized
izinli
authorizing
(Bilgisayar) kimlik denetimi yapılıyor
to authorize
yetkilendirmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
to give someone permission; to sanction or consent
to grant someone the power or authority to do something specific
In American English usage only, to authorise frequently not only has the precise meaning above, but also means that the action being authorised was actually carried out, or at least started
To establish by authority, as by usage or public opinion; to sanction; as, idioms authorized by usage
To justify; to furnish a ground for
To clothe with authority, warrant, or legal power; to give a right to act; to empower; as, to authorize commissioners to settle a boundary
To agree to the commitment of funds for a specified use; authorization can only be given by a person who is responsible for the funds in question
To grant privileges typically to access data, usually based on successful authentication
{f} permit; approve; empower (also authorise)
To sanction or confirm by the authority of some one; to warrant; as, to authorize a report
approve; empower through vested authority Go to Glossary Index or go to HR Menu
To give permission for A manager authorizes a transaction by signing a voucher providing authorization for the disbursement
grant authorization or clearance for; "Clear the manuscript for publication"; "The rock star never authorized this slanderous biography
To make legal; to give legal sanction to; to legalize; as, to authorize a marriage
give or delegate power or authority to; "She authorized her assistant to sign the papers"
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To confirm the right
grant authorization or clearance for; "Clear the manuscript for publication"; "The rock star never authorized this slanderous biography"
(I) (1 ) An 'authorization' is a right or a permission that is granted to a system entity to access a system resource (2 ) An 'authorization process' is a procedure for granting such rights (3 ) To 'authorize' means to grant such a right or permission (O) SET usage: 'The process by which a properly appointed person or persons grants permission to perform some action on behalf of an organization This process assesses transaction risk, confirms that a given transaction does not raise the account holder's debt above the account's credit limit, and reserves the specified amount of credit (When a merchant obtains authorization, payment for the authorized amount is guaranteed--provided, of course, that the merchant followed the rules associated with the authorization process )' [RFC2828] (see also authorization, Secure Electronic Transaction) (includes delegation)
Give final approval; a person who can authorize something is vested with authority to give final endorsement, which requires no further approval
author·ize authorizes authorizing authorized in BRIT, also use authorise If someone in a position of authority authorizes something, they give their official permission for it to happen. It would certainly be within his power to authorize a police raid like that = sanction + authorization authorizations authori·za·tion The United Nations will approve his request for authorization to use military force to deliver aid. to give official permission for something
authorised
Alternative spelling of authorized
authorised
Simple past tense and past participle of authorise
authorization
An act of authorizing
authorization
The permission to use a specific resource; access control
authorization
Permission

I've got authorization. Call the office and you'll see.

authorization
Permission, possibly limited, to spend funds for a specific budgetary purpose

We've had the authorization for years, but we've never gotten an appropriation.

authorization
{n} an establishment by authority
Authorization
auth
authorise
give or delegate power or authority to; "She authorized her assistant to sign the papers"
authorise
UK, alternative spelling of authorize
authorise
grant authorization or clearance for; "Clear the manuscript for publication"; "The rock star never authorized this slanderous biography"
authorise
{f} permit; approve; empower (also authorize)
authorised
sanctioned by established authority; "an authoritative communique"; "the authorized biography"
authorised
mostly, UK, past of authorise
authorised
endowed with authority
authorised
{s} empowered, given authority; permitted, sanctioned; justified, warranted; certified, accredited (also authorized)
authorised
Examiner an individual, person in partnership or company meeting requirements (premises, equipment, personnel and good repute) to carry out MOT testing
authorised
One that is recognised by the R&A
authorised
Someone who has been approved by the P&C (by motion at a meeting) to act on its behalf
authorises
third-person singular of authorise
authorising
present participle of authorise
authorization
Positive determination by the owner of an information resource that a specific individual may access that information resource, or validation that a positively identified user has the need and the owner's permission to access the resource
authorization
The process of verifying that a credit card has sufficient funds (credit) available to cover the amount of the transaction The authorization also validates the credit card An authorization is obtained for every sale
authorization
the act of conferring legality or sanction or formal warrant
authorization
A law creating a program and out lining funding The authorization to actually draw funds from the Treasury and the amount to be drawn are established by an appropriation
authorization
A process defined in operations regulations whereby a transaction is approved by or on behalf of an issuer; commonly understood to be receiving of a sales validation by the merchant, by telephone, or authorization terminal
authorization
formal sanction, permission or warrant
authorization
Basic, substantive legislation which establishes or continues the legal operation of a federal program or agency, either indefinitely or for a specific period of time, or which sanctions a particular type of obligation or expenditure within a program An authorization may set appropriation limits See "Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991"
authorization
Process of deciding if a requesting device is allowed to have access to a service on another device Authorization always includes authentication
authorization
The process of determining, by evaluating applicable access control information, whether a subject is allowed to have the specified types of access to a particular resource Usually, authorization is in the context of authentication Once a subject is authenticated, it may be authorized to perform different types of access
authorization
In relation to computers, especially to remote computers on a network open to more than one person, the right granted to an individual to use the system and the data stored on it Authorization is typically set up by a system administrator, Web master, or site owner and checked and cleared by the computer This requires that the user provide some type of identification, such as a code number or a password, that the computer can verify against its internal records Also called permission or privilege
authorization
official permission or approval; "authority for the program was renewed several times"
authorization
– process of verifying the credit card used for the purchase has available credit, is not reported lost or stolen, and that the purchase is not outside of normal spending habits for that card An authorization response will be either: Approval, Decline or Referral (issuing bank must be contacted before transaction can be completed)
authorization
The process of deciding if device X is allowed to have access to service Y This is where the concept of trusted exists Trusted devices (the device is authenticated and indicated as "trusted"), are allowed access to services Untrusted or unknown devices may require authorization based on user interaction before it is allowed access to the services This does not principally exclude that the authorization maight be give by an application automatically Authorization always includes authentication
authorization
The process of checking the validity and available balance of a customer's credit card before the transaction can be accepted
authorization
A statute or legislation that establishes or continues a federal program or agency An authorization is normally prerequisite to consideration and enactment of an appropriation act For some programs, the authorization itself provides the authority to incur obligations and make payments [Back to top]
authorization
In NET Framework security, the process of determining whether a principal is allowed to perform a requested action Authorization occurs after authentication and uses information about the principal's identity to determine the resources a principal can access See also: authentication, principal
authorization
This is a process that assesses transaction risk, confirms that a given transaction does not raise the account holder's debt above the account's credit limit and reserves the specified amount of credit
authorization
The granting of rights [x930: 3][x957] Verification that a digitally signed transaction is acceptable according to the rules and limits of the parties involved [X945][x945] (includes authentication, authorization certificate, authorization procedure, authorized signatory, signatory authority)
authorization
The act of authorizing
authorization
The process whereby a transaction is approved by an issuing bank, authorized agent, or Visa/MasterCard on behalf of that issuer, before the transaction is completed by the merchant via telephone or terminal Top of page
authorization
the power or right to give orders or make decisions; "he has the authority to issue warrants"; "deputies are given authorization to make arrests"
authorization
The power or right to give orders
authorization
official permission to do something, or the document giving this permission = authority
authorization
{i} official permission; permit; empowerment; mandate; consent (also authorisation)
authorization
The act of insuring that the cardholder has adequate funds available against their line of credit A positive authorization results in an authorization code being generated, and those funds being set aside The cardholder's available credit limit is reduced by the authorized amount
authorization
Authorization is the substantive legislation that establishes the purpose and guidelines for a given activity and usually sets a limit on the amount that can be appropriated or spent The authorization does not provide actual dollars for a program
authorization
The process of giving someone permission to do or have something In multi-user computer systems, a system administrator defines for the system which users are allowed access to the system and what privileges of use (such as access to which file directories, hours of access, amount of allocated storage space, and so forth) Assuming that someone has logged in to a computer operating system or application, the system or application may want to identify what resources the user can be given during this session Thus, authorization is sometimes seen as both the preliminary setting up of permissions by a system administrator and the actual checking of the permission values that have been set up when a user is getting access
authorization
Legislation that establishes or continues the legal operation of a federal program or agency, either indefinitely or for a specific period of time, or sanctions a particular type of obligation or expenditure The legislation indicates conditions under which the program or agency acts and authorizes appropriations, which is normally a prerequisite for an appropriation bill Authorizations specify how appropriated funds are to be used and may provide permanent appropriations Under the rules of both houses, the appropriation for a program or agency may not be considered until its authorization has been considered
authorization
The act of giving authority or legal power; establishment by authority; sanction or warrant
authorization
The granting of rights, including the ability to access specific information or resources
authorization
The process by which access to a method or resource is determined Authorization in the J2EE platform depends upon the determination of whether the principal associated with a request through authentication is in a given security role A security role is a logical grouping of users defined by the person who assembles the application A deployer maps security roles to security identities Security identities may be principals or groups in the operational environment
authorization
The process of verifying the credit card has sufficient funds (credit) available to cover the amount of the transaction An authorization is obtained for every sale
authorization
a document giving an official instruction or command
authorized
Appointed by a duly constituted administrative or regulatory authority
authorized
endowed with authority
authorized
Designates a fighter who has been formally recognized as trained to an adequate minimum level of safety in SCA combat All individuals must be authorized before participating in any form of combat at any official SCA event -- ask your local Knight Marshal about the procedures in your area, or write to the Earl Marshal of your Kingdom if there's no group near you
authorized
This means a fighter has been certified as having the necessary skills and safe equipment to fight at offical SCA events, especially in tournaments A fighter must be authorized by a marshal
authorized
{s} empowered, given authority; permitted, sanctioned; justified, warranted; certified, accredited (also authorised)
authorized
Employee: A person who locks out or tags out machines or equipment in order to perform servicing or maintenance on those machines or equipment An affected employee becomes an authorized employee when that employee's duties include performing servicing or maintenance covered under this section See Lock-out/Tag-out
authorized
past of authorize
authorized
Possessed of or endowed with authority; as, an authorized agent
authorized
sanctioned by established authority; "an authoritative communique"; "the authorized biography"
authorized
Entitled to a specific mode of access [AJP][FCv1] (see also no-lone zone, authorization)
authorized
Sanctioned by authority
authorized
A permission to a supplier authorizing the production or delivery on a Deviation restricted basis of items not in conformance with the applicable drawings or specifications
authorized
Given the authority to act in the referenced manner by the responsible management
authorized
UNAUTHORIZED
authorizer
One who authorizes
authorizer
an authority who authorizes (people or actions); "the agents report back to their authorizers
authorizer
an authority who authorizes (people or actions); "the agents report back to their authorizers"
authorizer
{i} authority who authorizes; one who gives authority or approval (also authoriser)
authorizes
third-person singular of authorize
authorizing
present participle of authorize
authorize