civilization

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İngilizce - Türkçe
uygarlık

Dünyamız üzerinde çok az yer uygarlık tarafından rahatsız edilmeden kalmıştır. - Very few places on our earth remain undisturbed by civilization.

En eski uygarlıklar Mezopotamya'da ortaya çıktı. - The earliest civilizations arose in Mesopotamia.

{i} medeniyet

Fakat medeniyetler daha karmaşık hale gelirken, daha iyi iletişim metotları gerekliydi. - But as civilizations grew more complex, better methods of communication were needed.

Tom Akdenizin eski medeniyetlerinin öğrenimini görüyor. - Tom is studying the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean.

uygarlaştırma
uygarlaşma
modern toplum
{i} medenilik
{i} medenileştirme
sivilleşme
ekinç
civilisation
medeniyet
civil
sivil

Binlerce asker ve sivil ölüyorlardı. - Thousands of soldiers and civilians were dying.

Bazı siviller öldürüldü. - Some civilians were killed.

civilization history
uygarlık tarihi
civilization in decline, decadent culture
düşüş medeniyet, yozlaşmış kültür
civilization and social life
medeniyet ve sosyal yaşam
civil
(Hukuk) medeni

Medeniyet nükleer savaş tarafından tehdit edilmektedir. - Civilization is now threatened by nuclear war.

Tom Akdenizin eski medeniyetlerinin öğrenimini görüyor. - Tom is studying the ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean.

civil
hükümete ait
civil
{s} laik
civilisation
i., İng., bak. civilization
religion and civilization
din ve uygarlık
civil
devlete ait
civil
{s} resmi

Bu kitap, İç Savaş sırasında Amerika'daki yaşamın iyi bir resmini verir. - This book gives a good picture of life in America during the Civil War.

aegean civilization
ege uygarlığı
civil
yurttaşlıkla ilgili
civil
halka ait
civil
kamu

20 yıl önce,kolejin hemen adından kamu hizmetine girdi. - He entered civil service 20 years ago right after college.

civil
terbiyeli
civil
edepli
civil
ferdi
civil
mülkiye

Eğer tarih bize bir şey öğrettiyse, o da özel mülkiyetin medeniyetin ayrılmaz bir parçası olduğudur. - If history could teach us anything, it would be that private property is inextricably linked with civilization.

civil
nezaketli
civil
dahili
contemporary civilization
çağdaş uygarlık
cradle of civilization
medeniyetler beşiği
western civilization
batı uygarlığı
civil
kibar

Ona kibar bir cevap yazacağım. - I will write him a civil answer.

cradle of civilization
uygarlığın beşiği
civil
{s} vatandaşlarla ilgili
civil
nazik

Yerini yaşlı adama teklif etmesi, onun nazik bir davranışıydı. - It was civil of him to offer his seat to the old man.

civil
İnşaat işleri, inşai
civilizational
medeniyet
civilizations
medeniyetler
civilizations
uygarlıklar
cradle of civilization
medeniyet/medeniyetler beşiği
dawn of civilization
medeniyetin başlangıcı
human civilization
İnsan uygarlığı

Egypt has been called the cradle of human civilisation.

modern civilization
muasır medeniyet
reach the level of civilization
uygarlık seviyesine ulaşmak
western civilization
batı medeniyetinin
ancient civilization
eski çağ uygarlığı
civil
(Hukuk) vatandaşlara ait
civil
medeni hukukla ilgili
civil
medeni hukuk ile ilgili
civil
civil death manevi ölüm
civil
{s}

Bu bir iç savaş engelledi. - It prevented a civil war.

Bir iç savaş tehlikesi vardı. - There was a danger of civil war.

civil
vatandaşlık icaplanndan
civil
{s} hükümete ait, milli
civil
{s} uygar

Antik uygarlıkların kalıntılarını korumaya çalışmalıyız. - We must try to preserve the remains of ancient civilizations.

Hayal gücü, tüm uygarlığın köküdür. - Imagination is the root of all civilization.

civil
civil disobedience yurttaşın haksız bulduğu bir kanuna karşı itaatsiz
civil
{s} yurttaşlık ile ilgili
civil
civil defense sivil savunma
civil
ferdt
civil
{s} bireysel, ferdi
comparative civilization
(Politika, Siyaset) karşılaştırmalı uygarlık
computers and civilization
(Bilgisayar) bilgisayarlar ve uygarlık
forms of civilization
(Politika, Siyaset) medeniyet çeşitleri
french civilization
(Eğitim) fransız medeniyeti
hittite civilization
(Tarih) hitit medeniyeti
medieval civilization
orta çağ uygarlığı
science and civilization
bilim ve medeniyet
science and civilization
bilim ve uygarlık
technology and civilization
teknoloji ve uygarlık
technology and civilization
teknoloji ve medeniyet
Türkçe - Türkçe

civilization teriminin Türkçe Türkçe sözlükte anlamı

civil
içinde genelde yemek taşınan ağzı geniş küçük testi
civil
Erzurum yöresine özgü bir cins tel peynir
İngilizce - İngilizce
The act of rendering a criminal process civil
The state or quality of being civilized

He was a man of great civilization.

An organized culture encompassing many communities, often on the scale of a nation or a people; a stage or system of social, political, or technical development

Modern civilization is a product of industrialization and globalization.

The act or process of civilizing or becoming civilized

The teacher's civilization of the child was no easy task.

Collectively, those people of the world considered to have a high standard of behavior and / or a high level of development. Commonly subjectively used by people of one society to exclusively refer to their society, or their elite sub-group, or a few associated societies, implying all others, in time or geography or status, as something less than civilised, as savages or barbarians. cf refinement, elitism, civilised society, the Civilised World
Human society, particularly civil society

I'm glad to be back in civilization after a day with that rowdy family.

{n} the act of civilizing, a civilized state, refinement, improvement, politeness
A stage or system of social, political or technical development of a large scale order encompassing several or many communities, often on the nation or people scale. (ancient civilisations; western civilisation; the Aztec civilisation.) cf culture
with complex legal and political and religious organizations; "the people slowly progressed from barbarism to civilization" the social process whereby societies achieve civilization
Cultures with an agricultural surplus, social stratification, labor specialization, a formal government, rule by power, monumental construction projects, and a system of record keeping
The act or state of civilizing or being civilized
- The type of culture and society developed by a particular nation or region or in a particular epoch: The ways in which people organize themselves
a society in an advanced state of social development (e g , with complex legal and political and religious organizations); "the people slowly progressed from barbarism to civilization"
The act of civilizing, or the state of being civilized; the state of being refined in manners, from the grossness of savage life and improved in arts and learning
society characterized by developments such as a written language, urbanization, government, and division of labour
Rendering a criminal process civil
{i} society, culture (of a group of people or a particular place); highly developed social and economic structure (also civilisation)
civi·li·za·tion civilizations in BRIT, also use civilisation1. A civilization is a human society with its own social organization and culture. The ancient civilizations of Central and Latin America were founded upon corn
A communal understanding; the achievements of a communal understanding; e.g., Ancient Roman Civilization - the communal understanding of the ancient Romans, or what the communal understanding of the ancient Romans achieved: buildings, conquests, roads, laws
According to the Russian astrophysicist Kardashev, civilizations can be classified according to their energy outputs as follows
a society in an advanced state of social development e
A country or group of countries with a common cultural background
An economic engine built on ideas
a particular society at a particular time and place; "early Mayan civilization"
Civilization is the state of having an advanced level of social organization and a comfortable way of life. our advanced state of civilisation. Andean civilization Indus civilization Mesoamerican civilization
the quality of excellence in thought and manners and taste; "a man of intellectual refinement"; "he is remembered for his generosity and civilization"
The reflection in humanity of some particular cyclic influence, leading to an initiation; the reaction of humanity to the purpose of any particular world period; concerns the masses and the racial consciousness, while either culture concerns the individual and the unseen spiritual
humans living together in an organized way
The act of civilizing, or the state of being civilized; national culture; refinement
A persons preferred human society, with its facilities, in contrast to either wilderness, or uncivilised society
the social process whereby societies achieve civilization
with complex legal and political and religious organizations; "the people slowly progressed from barbarism to civilization"
civilization-state
a political entity (a state) associated with a particular civilization

Taipei Times, 4 October 2009 http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/archives/2009/10/04/2003455096.

Indus Valley Civilization
an ancient civilization from the Indus river valley; also the Harappan civilization
civil
Having to do with people and government office as opposed to the military or religion

She went into civil service because she wanted to help the people.

civilisation
Alternative spelling of civilization
civil
{a} pertaining to society, and opposed to criminal, military, and eclesiastical, as a civil suit, civil magistrate civilized, kind, obliging, polite
Andean civilization
Complex of aboriginal cultures that evolved in the Andean region (see Andes Mountains) of western South America before the arrival of the Spanish conquistadores in the 16th century. Unlike the peoples of the Mesoamerican civilization to the north, none of the aboriginal Andean peoples developed a system of writing, though the Inca devised a sophisticated system of recording numbers. In its level of cultural development and technical expertise in the arts and crafts, however, this civilization constitutes a New World counterpart to those of ancient Egypt, China, and Mesopotamia. See also Chibcha; Chimú; Moche; Tiahuanaco
Indus civilization
( 2500- 1700 BC) Earliest known urban culture of the Indian subcontinent and the most extensive of the world's three earliest civilizations. It stretched from near the present-day Iran-Pakistan border on the Arabian Sea in the west to near Delhi in the east, and 500 mi (800 km) to the south and 1,000 mi (1,600 km) to the northeast. It is known to have included two large cities, Harappa and Mohenjo Daro (in what is now Pakistan), whose large size suggests centralization in two large states or one state with two capitals. Alternatively, Harappa may have succeeded Mohenjo Daro. It was a literate civilization; the language has been tentatively identified as Dravidian. Wheat and barley were grown, many animals (including cats, dogs, and cattle) were domesticated, and cotton was cultivated. The best-known artifacts are seals depicting real and imaginary animals. How and when the civilization came to an end is unclear; Mohenjo Daro was attacked and destroyed in the mid-2nd millennium BC, but in the south there was continuity between the Indus civilization and the Copper Age civilizations of central and western India
Mesoamerican civilization
Complex of aboriginal cultures that developed in parts of Mexico and Central America before the Spanish conquest in the 16th century. This civilization and the Andean civilization in South America constituted a New World counterpart to those of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, and China. Humans have been present in Mesoamerica from as early as 21,000 BC; a shift from hunting and gathering to agriculture, which began 7000 BC as the climate warmed with the end of the Ice Age, was completed by 1500 BC. The earliest great Mesoamerican civilization, the Olmec, dates to 1150 BC. The Middle Formative period (900-300 BC) was a time of increased cultural regionalism and the rise of the Zapotec people. Civilizations of the Late Formative and Classic periods (lasting until AD 900) include the Maya and the civilization centred at Teotihuacán; later societies include the Toltec and the Aztec. See also Chichén Itzá; Mixtec; Monte Albán; Nahua; Nahuatl language; Tenochtitlán; Tikal
Western civilization
development of the culture founded in Rome, lifestyle of western Europe and North America
aegean civilization
the prehistoric civilization on the islands in the Aegean sea and the surrounding countries; "by 800 BC the entire Aegean had adopted this style of pottery
ancient civilization
{i} very old civilization; ancient society and culture
civil
Maugham (of divisions of time) legally recognized in ordinary affairs of life; "the civil calendar"; "a civil day begins at mean midnight" applying to ordinary citizens; "civil law"; "civil authorities" of or relating to or befitting citizens as individuals; "civil rights"; "civil liberty"; "civic duties"; "civic pride" of or occurring within the state or between or among citizens of the state; "civil affairs"; "civil strife"; "civil disobediece"; "civil branches of government
civil
a restraining order which is enforced by civil process; if the restrained party violates the order, the attorney files a Motion advising the court of the violation; the court issues an Order To Show Cause requiring the party to appear at court, and then determines whether, and how, to punish the Contempt of Court
civil
Pertaining to a city or state, or to a citizen in his relations to his fellow citizens or to the state; within the city or state
civil
Performing the duties of a citizen; obedient to government; said of an individual
civil
Behaving in a reasonable or polite manner
civil
Subject to government; reduced to order; civilized; not barbarous; said of the community
civil
Maugham (of divisions of time) legally recognized in ordinary affairs of life; "the civil calendar"; "a civil day begins at mean midnight"
civil
{s} pertaining to citizens, of civilians; polite
civil
not rude; marked by satisfactory (or especially minimal) adherence to social usages and sufficient but not noteworthy consideration for others; "even if he didn't like them he should have been civil"- W
civil
You use civil to describe things that are connected with the state rather than with a religion. They were married on August 9 in a civil ceremony in Venice. Jewish civil and religious (Hukuk) religious
civil
Relating to private rights and remedies sought by civil actions as contrasted with criminal proceedings
civil
Rights Act (pregnancy provision) - a federal law requiring that women affected by pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions be treated the same for employment-related purposes as other persons who are not so affected but who are similar in their ability to work
civil
Relating to private rights and remedies sought by civil actions as contrasted with criminal proceedings Civil actions being actions brought to enforce or protect private rights
civil
of or occurring within the state or between or among citizens of the state; "civil affairs"; "civil strife"; "civil disobediece"; "civil branches of government
civil
Law Relating to the rights of private individuals and legal proceedings concerning these rights, where no offense has been committed against society at large Distinguished from criminal, military, or international regulations or proceedings
civil
of or in a condition of social order; "civil peoples"
civil
action or suit distinct from criminal proceedings
civil
You use civil to describe the rights that people have within a society. a United Nations covenant on civil and political rights
civil
You use civil to describe people or things in a country that are not connected with its armed forces. the US civil aviation industry. military
civil
Generally pertains to disputes, not involving crimes, including family matters, contracts, collection of debts, and compensation for personal injury or property loss
civil
applying to ordinary citizens; "civil law"; "civil authorities"
civil
of or relating to or befitting citizens as individuals; "civil rights"; "civil liberty"; "civic duties"; "civic pride"
civil
Pertaining to civic life and affairs, in distinction from military, ecclesiastical, or official state
civil
(of divisions of time) legally recognized in ordinary affairs of life; "the civil calendar"; "a civil day begins at mean midnight"
civil
of or in a condition of social order; "civil peoples" not rude; marked by satisfactory (or especially minimal) adherence to social usages and sufficient but not noteworthy consideration for others; "even if he didn't like them he should have been civil"- W
civil
1 The branch of law that pertains to suits other than criminal practice and is concerned with the rights and duties of persons in contract, tort, etc
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civil
You use civil to describe events that happen within a country and that involve the different groups of people in it. civil unrest
civil
Someone who is civil is polite in a formal way, but not particularly friendly. As visitors, the least we can do is be civil to the people in their own land. = polite + civilly civ·il·ly The man nodded civilly to Sharpe, then consulted a notebook. + civility ci·vil·ity civility to underlings. adj. American Civil Liberties Union American Civil War Civil War Civil Constitution of the Clergy civil defense civil disobedience civil engineering civil law civil liberty civil religion Civil Rights Act of 1964 civil rights movement civil service English Civil Wars German Civil Code Greek Civil War Lebanese Civil War Code Civil Pendleton Civil Service Act Russian Civil War Spanish Civil War
civil
Having the manners of one dwelling in a city, as opposed to those of savages or rustics; polite; courteous; complaisant; affable
civil
Relating to rights and remedies sought by action or suit distinct from criminal proceedings
civilisation
Commonwealth spelling of civilization
civilisation
the quality of excellence in thought and manners and taste; "a man of intellectual refinement"; "he is remembered for his generosity and civilization"
civilisation
the social process whereby societies achieve civilization
civilisation
a particular society at a particular time and place; "early Mayan civilization"
civilisation
{i} society, culture (of a group of people or a particular place); highly developed social and economic structure (also civilization)
civilisation
a society in an advanced state of social development (e g , with complex legal and political and religious organizations); "the people slowly progressed from barbarism to civilization"
civilizational
{s} pertaining to civilization; pertaining to a highly developed society; pertaining to the culture and society of a particular place age or people (also civilisational)
civilizations
plural of civilization
cradle of civilization
{i} area between the Tigris and Euphratess rivers that was the birthplace of the different civilizations that took the wrold from prehistory to history
cut off from civilization
isolated from civilization, separated from the modern world
cycladic civilization
the pre-Mycenaean civilization on the Cyclades islands in the southern Aegean sea
effete civilization
civilization in decline, decadent culture
helladic civilization
the bronze-age culture of mainland Greece 2500-1100 BC
minoan civilization
the bronze-age culture of Crete 3000-1100 BC
mycenaean civilization
the bronze-age culture of Mycenae 1400-1100 BC
civilization