clerks

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İngilizce - Türkçe
katipler
yazmanlar
katip

Bu dükkanda sekiz kâtip çalışır. - That store employs eight clerks.

clerk
kâtip

Baş katip çalışkan bir adam değil fakat üstlerine nasıl yaltaklanacağını bildiği için çabuk ilerliyor. - The chief clerk is not a hardworking man, but gets ahead rapidly because he knows how to curry favor with his superiors.

Katip bana hatasını itiraf etti. - The clerk admitted his mistake to me.

clerk
{i} yazman
clerk
{i} tezgâhtar

Süpermarkette bir tezgahtardır. - She is a clerk in the supermarket.

Tom'un denediği ceket çok küçük olduğu için, tezgahtar ona denemesi için bir tane daha verdi. - Since the coat Tom tried on was too small, the clerk gave him another one to try on.

clerk
{i} yazıcı
clerk
memur

Babam bir banka memuru. - My father is a bank clerk.

O bir banka memuru ile evlendi. - She married a bank clerk.

clerk
{f} yaz

Katip başını salladı bu yüzden kadın bir çek yazdı ve onu teslim etti. - The clerk nodded, so the woman wrote a check and handed it over.

1950'lerin sonlarında annem bir şişe rom almak istemiş, ve Ontario tekel bayiindeki görevli ona kocasının yazılı izninin olup olmadığını sormuş. - In the late 1950's, my mother wanted to buy a bottle of rum, and the clerk at the Ontario liquor store asked her, whether she had a note from her husband.

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parish clerk kilise katibi
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x satıcılık/katiplik yap
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{f} yazmanlık yapmak
clerk
clerkship katiplik
clerk
{i} resepsiyonist
clerk
{f} kâtiplik yapmak
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rahip/satıcı/yazman
clerk
clerk of the court zabıt katibi
clerk
{i} sekreter

Şimdilik, büyük bir mağazada sekreterlik yapıyor. - For the time being, she is clerking in a department store.

clerk
{i} şef [brit.]
clerk
(Askeri) YAZICI: İdari bir birlikte kayıtları tutan şahıs. Bir yazıcının unvanı ve görevi, birliğe ve tutmakta olduğu kayıtlara göre değişir. Örneğin; bölük yazıcısı (company clerk), stok yazıcısı (stok clerk), posta yazıcısı (mail clerk) ve haber merkezi yazıcısı (message clerk) gibi
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{i} müdür [brit.]
clerk
{f} tezgâhtarlık yapmak
clerk
{f} katiplik et
clerk
rahip
clerk
büro elamanı
clerk
evrak memuru
clerk
yazmak
clerk
müdür
clerk
satıcı
clerk
işyar
clerk
(Ticaret) görevli

1950'lerin sonlarında annem bir şişe rom almak istemiş, ve Ontario tekel bayiindeki görevli ona kocasının yazılı izninin olup olmadığını sormuş. - In the late 1950's, my mother wanted to buy a bottle of rum, and the clerk at the Ontario liquor store asked her, whether she had a note from her husband.

head clerks
baş katip
clerk
şef
front office clerks
(Turizm) resepsiyon görevlileri
front office clerks
(Turizm) resepsiyon memurları
İngilizce - İngilizce
plural of clerk
third person singular present tense of the verb to clerk
clerks and administrators
office workers and managers
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To act as a clerk, to perform the duties or functions of a clerk

The law school graduate clerked for the supreme court judge for the summer.

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A facilitator of a Quaker meeting for business affairs
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{n} a clergyman, scholar, writer, officer
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a salesperson in a store
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{f} work as a clerk
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In a hotel, office, or hospital, a clerk is the person whose job is to answer the telephone and deal with people when they arrive. a hotel clerk
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an employee who performs clerical work e
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A clerk is a person who works in an office, bank, or law court and whose job is to look after the records or accounts. She was offered a job as an accounts clerk with a travel firm
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the person accompanying the auctioneer who records the winning bid and winning bidder number
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{i} bureaucrat, minor office worker; recorder, book-keeper; salesperson; member of the clergy
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One who keeps the records of all proceedings, exhibits and administers the oath to jurors and witnesses
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work as a clerk, as in the legal business
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the senior permanent official of a house of a Parliament who advises on procedure and records the decisions of the house, and is the administrative head of the house's support services
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One employed to keep records or accounts; a scribe; an accountant; as, the clerk of a court; a town clerk
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An assistant in a shop or store
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A parish officer, being a layman who leads in reading the responses of the Episcopal church service, and otherwise assists in it
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A clergyman or ecclesiastic
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the timekeeper of the debate
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An employee of a brokerage house who transfers orders and information between stockbrokers in an office and floor brokers at a stock exchange <top>
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keeps records or accounts work as a clerk, as in the legal business
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One who occupationally works with records, accounts, letters, etc.; an office worker
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To clerk means to work as a clerk. Gene clerked at the auction. to work as a clerk
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an employee who performs clerical work (e g , keeps records or accounts)
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The person employed by the principal auctioneer or auction firm to record what is sold and to whom and for what price
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Officer of court who files pleadings, motions, judgments, etc , issues process, and keeps records of court proceedings A law clerk assists an attorney or judge with legal research, brief writing, and other legal tasks Is commonly a recent law school graduate or law student
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A clerk is someone who works in a store. = sales clerk
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A man who could read; a scholar; a learned person; a man of letters
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The Chief Executive Officer of any Grove This person is elected from the Grove (or, where there is a nest, from the nest) and is the main spokesperson, record keeper, correspondent, etc , for the Grove The Clerk serves for a year and a day, and may serve up to three terms consecutively
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A scholar Hence, beau-clerc (See above, Clerical Titles ) “All the clerks, I mean the learned ones, in Christian kingdoms, Have their free voices ” Shakespeare: Henry VIII , ii 2 St Nicholas's Clerks Thieves An equivoque on the word Nick “I think there came prancing down the hill a couple of St Nicholas's clerks ”- Rowley: Match at Midnight, 1633 Clerk-ale and Church-ale Mr Douce says the word “ale” is used in such composite words as bride-ale, clerk-ale, church-ale, lamb-ale, Midsummer-ale, Scot-ale, Whitsun-ale, etc , for revel or feast, ale being the chief liquor given “The multitude call Church-ale Sunday their revelyng day, which day is spent in bulbeatings, bearbeating, dicying, and drunkenness ”- W Kethe (1570) Clerkenwell (London) means the Clerks'-well, where the parish clerks of London used to assemble yearly to play some sacred piece
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CDS: The software that provides an interface between client applications and CDS servers The clerk receives a request from an application, sends the request to a CDS server, and returns any resulting information to the application The clerk saves (caches) the results of lookups so that it does not have to repeatedly go to a CDS server for the same information DTS: A software component that synchronizes the clock for its client system by requesting time values from servers, computing a new time from the values, and supplying the computed time to client applications
clerks

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    /ˈklərks/ /ˈklɜrks/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'kl&rk, British usually ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old French clerc and Old English cleric, clerc, both from Late Latin clericus, from Late Greek klErikos, from Greek klEros lot, inheritance , stick of wood; akin to Greek klan to break; more at CLAST.

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