circumstance

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} durum

Fakat tuhaf bir durum vardı. - But there was one curious circumstance.

Bunlar özel durumlar. - These are special circumstances.

{i} koşul

O, kendini koşullara uydurdu. - He adapted himself to circumstances.

Bu koşullar altında, iflas kaçınılmazdır. - Under the circumstances, bankruptcy is inevitable.

{i} olay

Şartlar göz önüne alındığında, böyle bir olayın gerçekleşmesi kaçınılmazdı. - Given the circumstances, it was inevitable that such an incident should take place.

{i} zenginlik
{i} şart

Şartlar benim yurt dışına gitmeme izin vermedi. - The circumstances did not allow me to go abroad.

Tom çok zor şartlar altında iyi bir iş yapıyor. - Tom's doing a good job under very difficult circumstances.

{i} ayrıntı
{i} varlık
{i} vaka
Circumstances aIter the case Olaylar kararları değiştirir
under the circumstances bu şartlar altında
{i} kader
teferruat
under no circumstances hiç bir surette
(Mukavele) hal, durum, şart
{i} detay

O koşulları detaylı olarak açıkladı. - He described the circumstances in detail.

{i} formalite
{i} durum, hal, keyfiyet, koşul, şart, vaziyet
ahval
keyfiyet
circumstances
{i} şartlar

Bu şartlar altında teslim olmaktan başka seçeneğimiz yok. - Under the circumstances we have no choice but to surrender.

Tom çok zor şartlar altında iyi bir iş yapıyor. - Tom's doing a good job under very difficult circumstances.

circumstances
mali durum
circumstances
{i} koşullar

Biz, mevcut koşullar altında daha fazla fiyat indirimi teklif edemeyiz. - We cannot offer a further price reduction under the current circumstances.

Ben bu koşullar altında önemli bir baskı gösterdiğimi düşünüyorum. - I think I've showed considerable constraint under the circumstances.

circumstances
zenginlik
circumstances
varlık
circumstances
mali durum/koşullar
circumstances
durumlar

Bunlar özel durumlar. - These are special circumstances.

Sorunun ardında karmaşık durumlar vardır. - There are complicated circumstances behind the matter.

circumstanced
halli
circumstanced
durumlu
extenuating circumstance
(Kanun) Hafifletici sebep
mitigant circumstance
(Kanun) Hafifletici sebep
under no circumstance
hiçbir şart altında
under the circumstance
koşul altında
attendant circumstance
(Kanun) hafifletici sebep
attendant circumstance
(Kanun) kanuni tahfif sebebi
compelling circumstance
zorlayıcı koşul
unavoidable circumstance
(Kanun) kaçınılmaz hal
unexpected circumstance
(Kanun) umulmayan hal
without circumstance
içli dışlı
İngilizce - İngilizce
That which attends, or relates to, or in some way affects, a fact or event; an attendant thing or state of things
Circumlocution; detail
Condition in regard to worldly estate; state of property; situation; surroundings
To place in a particular situation; to supply relative incidents

Tidings had in some shape reached is ears that his father was not comfortably circumstanced as regarded money.

An event; a fact; a particular incident

Then another circumstance happened, which made a lasting impression on my memory, though I was but a small child.

{f} place in particular circumstances or situations
formal ceremony about important occasions; "pomp and circumstance"
information that should be kept in mind when making a decision; "another consideration is the time it would take"
{n} a condition, event, incident, fact
information that should be kept in mind when making a decision; "another consideration is the time it would take" formal ceremony about important occasions; "pomp and circumstance" a condition that accompanies or influences some event or activity
The circumstances of a particular situation are the conditions which affect what happens. Recent opinion polls show that 60 percent favor abortion under certain circumstances I wish we could have met under happier circumstances
the set of facts or circumstances that surround a situation or event; "the historical context"
{i} modifying condition, influencing factor
The circumstances of an event are the way it happened or the causes of it. I'm making inquiries about the circumstances of Mary Dean's murder Hundreds of people had died there in terrible circumstances during and after the revolution
Your circumstances are the conditions of your life, especially the amount of money that you have. help and support for the single mother, whatever her circumstances I wouldn't have expected to find you in such comfortable circumstances. = situation
You can use in the circumstances or under the circumstances before or after a statement to indicate that you have considered the conditions affecting the situation before making the statement. Under the circumstances, a crash was unavoidable
Events and situations which cannot be controlled are sometimes referred to as circumstance. There are those, you know, who, by circumstance, end up homeless You might say that we've been victims of circumstance
a condition that accompanies or influences some event or activity
emphasis You can emphasize that something must not or will not happen by saying that it must not or will not happen under any circumstances. She made it clear that under no circumstances would she cancel the trip
extenuating circumstance
Any fact that mitigates or lessens a crime
under no circumstance
At no time, under no condition
circumstanced
{a} placed, situtated, set, attended
circumstances
{n} condition with respect to property
extenuating circumstance
(Kanun) In law, extenuating circumstances (or mitigant circumstances) are criminal cases in which, though an offense has been committed without legal justification or excuse, its gravity, from the point of view of punishment or moral opprobrium, is mitigated or reduced by reason of unusual or extreme facts leading up to or attending the commission of the offense
mitigant circumstance
(Kanun) In law, extenuating circumstances (or mitigant circumstances) are criminal cases in which, though an offense has been committed without legal justification or excuse, its gravity, from the point of view of punishment or moral opprobrium, is mitigated or reduced by reason of unusual or extreme facts leading up to or attending the commission of the offense
Circumstances
circs
circumstanced
Governed by events or circumstances
circumstanced
{s} placed in a condition or a state
circumstanced
Placed in a particular position or condition; situated
circumstances
the state (usually personal) with regard to wealth; "each person was helped according to his circumstances"
circumstances
The sum total of a number of related conditions In the Truth one's circumstances impact the quantity of what he is able to do in serving Jehovah <<Brother Footloose has determined that his circumstances now allow him to begin regular pioneering immediately He is young, single, has a paid-for car, an excellent income from a part-time job, and modest living expenses He also has a great love for the service and experience in scheduling from having auxiliary pioneered six times in the last year >> On the other hand, some people allow their circumstances to be excuses for doing less <<I'm sorry, I can't give my talk tomorrow because of my circumstances My dog stubbed his toe last week and I have to stay home and take care of him >> That the seventh game of the NBA finals will be televised that night is just an amazing coincidence that will make the pain and inconvenience of having to stay home from the meeting to nurse Barky easier to bear
circumstances
The set of personal conditions, such as age, employment, income and relationship status, which a lender may use to decide an individual's creditworthiness
circumstances
{i} condition of a person with respect to income and material state
circumstances
a person's financial situation (good or bad); "he found himself in straitened circumstances"
circumstances
your overall circumstances or condition in life (including everything that happens to you); "whatever my fortune may be"; "deserved a better fate"; "has a happy lot"; "the luck of the Irish"; "a victim of circumstances"; "success that was her portion"
circumstances
plural of circumstance
circumstances
Billykins equivalent to “tough ” see below
circumstances
the state (usually personal) with regard to wealth; "each person was helped according to his circumstances
extenuating circumstance
or mitigating circumstance In law, circumstance that diminishes the culpability of one who has committed a criminal offense. In many Anglo-American legal systems, provocation of the accused by the victim can reduce a charge of first-degree murder to second-degree murder or to manslaughter. In Britain, a charge of murder may be reduced to manslaughter if the accused is found to be suffering diminished capacity (see diminished responsibility). The Italian penal code allows consideration of motives of honour. Extenuating circumstances also are a factor in many civil actions
mitigating circumstance
(law) a circumstance that does not exonerate a person but which reduces the penalty associated with the offense
circumstance