campaign

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kampanya

Komünizm kampanyada en büyük konu oldu. - Communism was the biggest issue in the campaign.

Kampanya başarılı oldu ve o seçimi kazandı. - The campaign succeeded and he won the election.

{i} sefer
{i} mücâdele

Eisenhower, savaşı sona erdirmek için mücadele etti. - Eisenhower had campaigned to end the war.

Truman seçim gününe kadar mücadele etti. - Truman campaigned until Election Day.

{f} mücâdele vermek
(Askeri) SEFER: Müşterek bir maksadın normal olarak belirli bir zaman ve sahada, teminini hedef tutan, birbiriyle ilgili bir seri askeri harekat
{f} kampanya yapmak
{i} seferberlik
{i} savaş

Eisenhower, savaşı sona erdirmek için mücadele etti. - Eisenhower had campaigned to end the war.

(Askeri) askeri operasyon
(Askeri) harekat
{f} kampanyaya katılmak
harekat/kampanya yap
belirli bir sonuca ulaşmak için mücadele
{f} savaşmak
{f} adaylığını koymak
harekat/kampanya
{f} sefere çıkmak
campaigner kampanyaya katılan kimse
seferin
campaign for
{f} seçim adayını desteklemek ve seçilmesi için mücadele etmek
campaign for
için mücadele etmek
campaign funds
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim kampanyası fonları
campaign management
seçim kampanyası yönetimi
campaign plan
(Askeri) harekat planı
campaign issue
kampanya konusu
campaign mission command
sefer görev emri
campaign badge
(Askeri) SEFER BRÖVESİ: Bak. "service medal"
campaign clasp
(Askeri) SEFER ROZETİ: Bak. "battle clasp"
campaign for education
(Eğitim) eğitim seferberliği
campaign medal
(Askeri) SEFER MADALYASI: Bak. "service medal"
campaign optimization
(Ticaret) kampanya optimizasyonu
campaign plan
(Askeri) SEFER PLANI: Müşterek bir maksadın, normal olarak, belirli bir zaman ve sahada, teminini hedef tutan, birbiriyle ilgili bir seri askeri harekata ait plan
campaign price
kampanya fiyatı
campaign steamer
(Askeri) SEFER ŞERİDİ: Bak. "unit award"
campaign streamer
(Askeri) sefer şeridi
campaign worker
kampanya işçisi
conclude the campaign
(Askeri) harekatı sonuçlandırmak
mount a campaign
kampanya başlatmak
vaccination campaign
(Tıp) aşı kampanyası
advertising campaign
reklam kampanyası
campaigner
tecrübeli asker
election campaign
saylav kampanyası
military campaign
askeri eylem
political campaign
politik kampanya
publicity campaign
reklam kampanyası
sales campaign
satış kampanyası
aid campaign
yardım kampanyası
launch a campaign
kampanya başlatmak
post campaign
kampanya sonrası
public relations campaign
halkla ilişkiler kampanyası
vicksburg campaign
Kampanya vicksburg
whispering campaign
iftira kampanyası
advertising campaign
reklâm kampanyası
allied campaign
müttefik harekatı
allied campaign
müttefik seferberliği
american campaign medal
(Askeri) AMERİKAN HARP MADALYASI
campaigner
{i} mücâdele veren kimse
campaigner
kampanyaya katılan kimse
campaigner
{i} kampanyacı, kampanyaya katılan kimse
campaigner
kampanya yapan
conduct a campaign
kampanya yürütmek
educational campaign
(Eğitim) eğitim seferberliği
election campaign
seçim kampanyası
election campaign plan
seçim kampanyası planı
election campaign trail
seçim kampanyası gezisi
ethnic cleansing campaign
etnik arındırma girişimi
launch campaign
(Telekom) fırlatma kampanyası
military campaign plan
(Askeri) Askeri sefer planı
naval campaign
(Askeri) DENİZ MÜCADELESİ: Deniz kontrolünü ele geçirmek, genişletmek veya elde tutmak amacıyla, bütün su üstü, su altı, hava birlikleri ile amfibi birlikleri ihtiva eden ve esas itibarıyla Deniz Kuvvetleri tarafından sevk ve idare edilen bir harekat veya birbiri ile ilişkili bir seri harekat
naval campaign
(Askeri) deniz mücadelesi
organize a campaign
kampanya düzenlemek
outline campaign plan
(Askeri) TASLAK SEFER PLANI: Bir harekata ait esas planın hazırlanmasından önce, ihzarı mahiyette düzenlenen taslak plan. Ayrıca bakınız: "operation plan"
outline campaign plan
(Askeri) taslak sefer planı
plan of campaign
(Askeri) SEFER PLANI: Düşman kuvvetleri, harekat alanları, mevcut dost kuvvetler, siyasi ve askeri hedefler vesaire hakkında elde edilebilen bilgilere dayanılarak hazırlanan etraflı ve genel mahiyette stratejik plan. Bu terimi, bir seferberliğin hazırlanmasına ait esasları hazardan itibaren düzenlemek maksadıyla yapılan ve ancak harp tehlikesinin katileşmesi halinde tatbik mevkiine konulan seferberlik planı (mobilization plan) ile karıştırmamak gerekir. Buna (campaign plan) da denir
press campaign
basın kampanyası
publicity campaign
reklâm kampanyası
purity campaign
temizlik kampanyası
referendum campaign
referandum kampanyası
sales campaign
(Avrupa Birliği) kampanyalı satışlar
smear campaign
karalama kampanyası

İktidar partisi muhalefete karşı bir karalama kampanyası yürütüyor. - The ruling party is running a smear campaign against the opposition.

spanish campaign medal
(Askeri) İSPANYA HARBİ MADALYASI: 1898'de İspanya ile yapılan harpteki hizmeti belirten madalya
whispering campaign
dedikodu kampanyası
İngilizce - İngilizce
To take part in a campaign

She campaigned for better social security.

A series of operations undertaken to achieve a set goal; as, an election campaign, a military campaign, an advertising campaign

The company is targeting children in their latest advertising campaign.

a complete series of connected military operations
{f} conduct a campaign (series of military operations; series of activities organized to accomplish a goal)
{n} a large open level country, the time that an army keeps the field in one year
{i} series of military operations; series of activities organized to accomplish a goal (political, etc.)
Political operations preceding an election; a canvass
an overland journey by hunters (especially in Africa) a series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end; "he supported populist campaigns"; "they worked in the cause of world peace"; "the team was ready for a drive toward the pennant"; "the movement to end slavery"; "contributed to the war effort"
several related operations aimed at achieving a particular goal (usually within geographical and temporal constraints) go on a campaign; go off to war run, stand, or compete for an office or a position; "Who's running for treasurer this year?
exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person; be an advocate for; "The liberal party pushed for reforms"; "She is crusading for women's rights"; "The Dean is pushing for his favorite candidate"
The window of time at any employer where charitable donations are solicited in the workplace
several related operations aimed at achieving a particular goal (usually within geographical and temporal constraints)
- The total planned, coordinated sales effort on behalf of a specific client or product, often multimedia in nature and run over a period of time Motto Advertising has created numerous award-winning campaigns for its clients
a series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end; "he supported populist campaigns"; "they worked in the cause of world peace"; "the team was ready for a drive toward the pennant"; "the movement to end slavery"; "contributed to the war effort"
Delivers outgoing calls to agents for a specific purpose or goal Blended Agent sees campaigns as logical entities that group a set of contacts together (just as it sees query rules) The difference is that campaigns collect groups of contacts to call for a particular reason, while query rules contain contacts that share attributes
The larger military operation with which the battle is associated
A series of planned political actions that result in election
A contracted agreement between an advertiser or advertising agency and either a publisher or a representative of a publisher The campaign is specific to the creative to be published and the issue, or duration of the publication Online advertising campaigns are defined by a number of variables, including the digital creative, the duration or flight dates, the pricing program, the publishers to be used and any user targeting applied
A group of email messages sent to the same of different audience relating to an overall promotion Each wave of the campaign builds on the previous campaign success
go on a campaign; go off to war
All advertising and related efforts on behalf of a product or service, directed towards the attainment of a predetermined goal
An organized effort to raise a specified amount of money for a particular purpose in a specified period of time See also: Capital Campaign, Capital Funds, Funding Cycle Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
A campaign consists of one or more Ad Groups The ads in a given Ad Group share the same daily budget, language and country targeting, start and end dates, and syndication options More
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To serve in a campaign
a series of fights over several months
run, stand, or compete for an office or a position; "Who's running for treasurer this year?"
The period during which a blast furnace is continuously in operation
An organized fundraising effort to solicit substantial funds for the University usually extending over a period of years
A set of organized activities, directed at a particular audience for a specific period of time to achieve a particular goal Communication campaigns often use mediated message as part of or all of their organized activities
An organised effort to raise funds for a nonprofit organisation through solicitation by volunteers or by direct mail or both
A particular game setup; including specific game pieces (and positions), arena structures, and regulations involved for play Usually used for cooked up Cheops drills or as a result of noteworthy game play
The activities required to prepare for and execute a consecutive set of shipments from a single origin over a fixed period of time (Transportation System Requirements Document DOE/RW-0425 ) Back to Top
A campaign is a planned set of activities that people carry out over a period of time in order to achieve something such as social or political change. During his election campaign he promised to put the economy back on its feet the campaign against public smoking
a series of related military operations designed to achieve one or more strategic or operational objectives within a given time and space
The advertising and promotion done during a given period of time
If someone campaigns for something, they carry out a planned set of activities over a period of time in order to achieve their aim. We are campaigning for law reform They have been campaigning to improve the legal status of women
a race between candidates for elective office; "I managed his campaign for governor"; "he is raising money for a Senate run"
A connected series of military operations forming a distinct stage in a war; the time during which an army keeps the field
Two or three ads for the same client, with a common theme May be placed in the same publication issue (excluding single entry spreads/multiple-page units), in separate issues of the same publication, or in issues of other trade publications
a series of activities for some purpose such as election to public office
In the military sense, a Campaign is a series of battles linked by time and geography, such as The North African Campaign in the Second World War In a game sense, a Campaign is a series of linked battles For instance, a player might be required to play three scenarios with the same army, with losses in the first battle weakening the army during the following battles
an overland journey by hunters (especially in Africa)
In a war, a campaign is a series of planned movements carried out by armed forces. The allies are intensifying their air campaign. = operation see also advertising campaign. to lead or take part in a series of actions intended to achieve a particular social or political result campaign for/against. Atlanta Campaign Dardanelles Campaign Gallipoli Campaign Normandy Campaign Petersburg Campaign Vicksburg Campaign
An operation energetically pursued to promote a service/business
A discrete set of production or marketing activities with established goals, time parameters and performance measurements capable to promise (CTP)- A system that combines available to promise (ATP) inventory availability with current capacity capabilities when calculating customer order schedule dates capacity requirements planning (CRP)- A process using demand from open production orders and MRP planned orders, and work center/production line rate and capacity data to determine over or under capacity conditions A short- term, detailed view of capacity that verifies the feasibility of firming up planned orders and releasing them to the floor CRP systems normally function as a capacity status report, without generating exception messages that recommend order reschedules or moving production to alternate work centers or lines
An open field; a large, open plain without considerable hills
A series of adventures played with the same players and characters, generally connected in story
In advertising, a large number of ads that stress the same theme and appear over a specified length of time
(Ticaret) A discrete set of production or marketing activities with established goals, time parameters and performance measurements
Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
the full name of CND
campaign finance
funding of a political campaign (with monies received through fundraising, contributions, etc.)
campaign finance reform
passage of and/or amendment of laws which regulate political campaign fundraising and spending
campaign hat
a broad-brimmed felt hat with a high crown; formerly worn by the United States Army and Marine personnel
campaign hat
style of broad-brimmed hat often worn as part of military and/or police uniforms
campaign issue
political and social issue that is frequently addressed during a campaign
campaign pledge
specific promise made by a political candidate during his campaign
campaign promise
specific pledge made by a political candidate during his campaign
campaign schedule
itinerary of all activities related to a political campaign (e.g. speeches, debates, television interviews, visits to specific locations, etc.)
campaign speech
speech which tells of promises and pledges of a candidate who is running in an election
campaign stop
location where a political candidate visits (in order to hold meetings, rallies or meet voters)
campaign trail
trail of visits made for the purpose of promoting a particular candidate or opinion
campaigner
A person who campaigns for a person running for political office
campaigner
Someone with experience in a certain field
campaigner
A person who has served in a military campaign
rumor campaign
A method of persuasion in which damaging rumors or innuendo are deliberately spread concerning a person or other target, while the source of the rumors tries to avoid detection
rumour campaign
Alternative spelling of rumor campaign
smear campaign
An effort to damage or call into question someone's reputation, by propounding negative propaganda

His opponent said it was all a smear campaign to make him look bad in the eyes of the voters.

whisper campaign
A method of persuasion in which damaging rumors or innuendo are deliberately spread concerning a person or other target, while the source of the rumors tries to avoid detection

McCain—who was famously burned in South Carolina in 2000 after his New Hampshire victory, when a whisper campaign and George Bush's dominance of the state's Republican party structure combined to deliver a crushing blow—was openly nervous.

whispering campaign
Alternative form of whisper campaign
campaigner
{n} one who has served sesveral campaigns, an old experienced soldier, a veteran
Atlanta Campaign
Important series of battles in the American Civil War in Georgia (May-September 1864). Though most of the battles ended in draws, they eventually cut off the main Confederate supply centre, Atlanta. Union troops under William T. Sherman forced the evacuation of the city (August 31-September 1) and then burned it. His victory assured the reelection of Pres. Abraham Lincoln later that year
Dardanelles Campaign
or Gallipoli Campaign (1915-16) Unsuccessful British-led operation against Turkey in World War I, intended to invade the Dardanelles strait, conquer the Gallipoli peninsula, and occupy Constantinople (Istanbul). In response to a Russian appeal to relieve pressure against its troops on the Caucasus front, Britain agreed to a naval action against Turkey at the Dardanelles. When bombardment alone failed, British and Australian and New Zealand (ANZAC) troops landed on the Gallipoli peninsula in April 1915, where they met strong resistance from Turkish forces under Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. After six months of standoff, the campaign was halted and Allied troops were skillfully withdrawn under difficult conditions. Allied casualties numbered about 250,000. The failed campaign gave the impression that the Allies were militarily inept, prompting the resignation of Winston Churchill, the chief promoter of the venture, as first lord of the admiralty
Gallipoli Campaign
April 1915 attack on the Turkish peninsula of Gallipoli by Allied forces from Britain Australia and New Zealand
Normandy Campaign
Allied invasion of northern Europe in World War II that began on June 6, 1944, with the largest amphibious landing in history in Normandy, France. Also called Operation Overlord, the landing transported 156,000 U.S., British, and Canadian troops across the English Channel in over 5,000 ships and 10,000 planes. Commanded by Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Allied forces landed at five beaches on the Normandy coast and soon established lodgement areas, despite stiff German resistance and heavy losses at the code-named Omaha Beach and Juno Beach. Allied air supremacy prevented rapid German reinforcements, and discord between Adolf Hitler and his generals stalled crucial counterattacks. Though delayed by heavy fighting near Cherbourg and around Caen, the Allied ground troops broke out of the beachheads in mid-July and began a rapid advance across northern France. The Normandy Campaign is traditionally considered to have concluded with the liberation of Paris on Aug. 25, 1944
Petersburg Campaign
(1864-65) Series of military operations in southern Virginia at the end of the American Civil War. The rail centre of Petersburg, Va., was a strategic defense point near the Confederate capital of Richmond. In June 1864 the Union army began a siege of both cities, and each side built fortifications 35 mi (56 km) long. Confederate troops under Robert E. Lee held the cities, but supplies were scarce and Lee's 50,000 troops were immobilized by lack of horses. In April 1865 the 120,000 Union troops under Ulysses S. Grant drove the Confederates behind Petersburg's inner defenses, forcing the evacuation of both cities. Soon thereafter the Confederates surrendered at Appomattox Court House
Vicksburg Campaign
(1862-63) Engagements fought at Vicksburg, Miss. , in the American Civil War. Confederate forces held the fortified city against Union naval bombardment from the Mississippi River (1862) and attempts to attack by land. In April 1863 Ulysses S. Grant used the Union ships to ferry troops across the river at night. He quickly took nearby Port Gibson and Grand Gulf to prevent Confederate forces under Joseph Johnston from aiding those in the city. Unable to take Vicksburg directly, Grant besieged the city for six weeks. On July 4 Gen. John Pemberton (1814-1881) surrendered his force of 30,000, leaving the Mississippi River completely under Union control and splitting the Confederacy in half
advertising campaign
An advertising campaign is a planned series of advertisements. The Government has launched an advertising campaign to encourage people to vote
advertising campaign
An attempt to reach a particular target market by designing a series of advertisements and placing them in various advertising media p 489
advertising campaign
public promotion (i.e. of a product to be sold, of a political candidate, etc.)
advertising campaign
The creation and coordination of a series of advertisements (both broadcast and print) around a particular theme to promote a product
advertising campaign
The arrangement of ads in selected media to reach target audiences
advertising campaign
an organized program of advertisements
campaigned
past of campaign
campaigner
A campaigner is a person who campaigns for social or political change. anti-hunting campaigners
campaigner
One who has served in an army in several campaigns; an old soldier; a veteran
campaigner
A military veteran
campaigner
{i} one who campaigns (conducts a series of military operations; conducts a series of activities organized to accomplish a goal)
campaigner
a politician who is running for public office
campaigners
plural of campaigner
campaigning
the campaign of a candidate to be elected
campaigning
present participle of campaign
campaigning
{i} political campaign, electioneering
campaigns
The activities undertaken by parties, candidates and pressure groups in an election to persuade electors to vote in a particular way Also called canvassing
campaigns
- activities planned to achieve a certain goal as in electing a candidate or establishing a public policy
campaigns
third-person singular of campaign
campaigns
The Korean War consisted of 10 campaigns
campaigns
a series of planned actions that are taken to reach a goal
campaigns
Safety recalls/campaigns, when announced by a manufacturer, are performed at no charge to any owner of an effected vehicle Manufacturers may elect to perform campaigns regardless of time or mileage Most dealers encourage owners to have them "Run their VIN number " This is where the dealer will plug the owner's vehicle identification number into their computer, the computer then searches it's database (which is connected to the manufacturer) to see if the vehicle is covered under a campaign
campaigns
plural of campaign
conduct a campaign
manage a competitive drive, oversee a drive to promote a political candidate
election campaign
series of planned actions set to convince voters to vote for a particular (usually political) candidate
election campaign chairman
person in charge of running a political campaign
fund-raising campaign
a campaign to raise money for some cause
gear up for the election campaign
prepare for the election campaign
hate campaign
A hate campaign is a series of actions which are intended to harm or upset someone, or to make other people have a low opinion of them. The media has waged a virulent hate campaign against her. a series of things that a person or group does in order to upset or harm someone they hate
hit the campaign trail
set out on a political campaign, visit various places and promote oneself as a candidate for political office
individual election campaign
campaign in which individuals run for election
marketing campaign
(Ticaret) A specific, defined series of activities used in marketing a new or changed product or service, or in using new marketing channels and methods. Like a promotion, the future estimated effects of a new marketing campaign must be included in demand and resource planning
membership campaign
organized effort to attract new members
naval campaign
an operation conducted primarily by naval forces in order to gain or extend or maintain control of the sea
negative campaign
political campaign in which a candidate or party member does not promote his own positive qualities but rather attacks and exposes the faults of his rivals
political campaign
a race between candidates for elective office; "I managed his campaign for governor"; "he is raising money for a Senate run
primary campaign
system of early elections
public-relations campaign
series of activities organized to improve the relations of an institution or organization with the public; advertisement campaign
public-relations campaign
an advertising campaign intended to improve public relations
publicity campaign
appeal to gain the approval and support of the public
sales campaign
an advertising campaign intended to promote sales
senate campaign
a race for election to the senate
smear campaign
a deliberate plan to tell untrue stories about an important person in order to make people lose respect for them - used especially in newspapers
smear campaign
mud slinging campaign, attempt to destroy someone's reputation, malicious defamation
took part in the campaign
participated in the operation
upcoming election campaign
next election campaign, preparations for the next elections
whispering campaign
the organized dissemination of derogatory rumors designed to discredit a candidate
whispering campaign
quiet campaign, campaign that is not demonstrative in its efforts
whispering campaign
a situation in which someone privately spreads criticism about another person in order to make people have a bad opinion of them
wilderness campaign
American Civil War; a series of indecisive battles in Grant's campaign (1864) against Lee in which both armies suffered terrible losses
campaign