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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} muhafazakâr

Pek çok muhafazakâr Amerikalı, onunla aynı fikirdeydi. - Many conservative Americans agreed with him.

Sendikanın muhafazakâr bir parti üzerinde baskın bir etkisi var. - The union has a dominant influence on the conservative party.


Çok sayıda tutucu Amerikalı onunla aynı fikirdeler. - Many conservative Americans agreed with him.

Onun yeni fikirleri daha tutucu iş arkadaşlarıyla sık sık başını derde sokuyor. - Her novel ideas are time and again getting her into trouble with her more conservative colleagues.

hiç aşırıya kaçmayan
Conservative Muhafazakar Parti üyesi
eski kafalı
alçak gönüllü
muhafazakâr parti üyesi

Hayır, kesinlikle hatalısın. Tom radikal değil muhafazakardır. Sadece liberalizmden nefret ediyor. - No, you are absolutely wrong. Tom is not radical but conservative. He just hates liberalism.


Tom genellikle gösterişsiz bir takım elbise giyer. - Tom usually wears a conservative suit.

(Biyoloji) konservatif
(Tıp) Koruyucu, organ veya vücut bütünlüğünü muhafazaya yönelik, aşırı ve ağır müdahaleye oranla daha ılımlı (tedavi, ameliyat v.s. hakkında)
{s} hiç aşırıya kaçmayan, ılımlı
koruyucu madde
{i} muhafazakâr partili
{i} sağcı
{s} ölçülü
{i} tutucu kimse
{s} eski kafalı (Argo)
{s} göze çarpmayan
{s} riske girmek istemeyen
conservative field
konservatif alan
conservative system
konservatif sistem
Conservative Political Action Conference
Muhafazakar Siyasal Eylem Konferansı
conservative old man
muhafazakâr yaşlı adam
conservative rabbi
Muhafazakar haham
conservative central banker
(Ticaret) tutucu merkez bankacısı
conservative field
(Fizik) korunumlu alan
conservative margin
(Jeoloji) koruyucu kenar
conservative margin
(Jeoloji) konservatif kenar
conservative system
(Fizik) korunumlu dizge
conservative systems
(Fizik) korunumlu sistemler
muhafazakar bir şekilde
ılımlı olarak
geleneksel olarak
European Conservative Group
Avrupa Muhafazakâr Türküm
fiscal conservative
mali muhafazakar
tutucu bir şekilde
İngilizce - İngilizce
A member of the Conservative party
A member or supporter of the Conservative Party of Canada, or its predecessors, or provincial equivalents, or their predecessors
Conservative Party
A member of a political party incorporating the word "Conservative" in its name
Tending to resist change

The curriculum committee at this university is extremely conservative.

A person who favors maintenance of the status quo or reversion to some earlier status
A fiscal conservative
Neither creating nor destroying a given quantity
Relating to the Conservative Party
Supporting some combination of fiscal, political or social conservatism
A social conservative
A political conservative
Based on pessimistic assumptions

At a conservative estimate, growth may even be negative next year.

Relating to the Republican Party, regardless of its conservatism
adhering to the existing order of things
{s} resisting change, desiring to preserve traditions; cautious
{a} having power to preserve
Having power to preserve in a safe of entire state, or from loss, waste, or injury; preservative
A conservative is a person who in general opposes social change
One who believes in the divine right of individuals, usually at the expense of those less divine
Of or pertaining to a political party which favors the conservation of existing institutions and forms of government, as the Conservative party in England; contradistinguished from Liberal and Radical
One who, or that which, preserves from ruin, injury, innovation, or radical change; a preserver; a conserver
In American politics, someone who is right-of-center politically Of the two major parties, the Republicans are generally considered more conservative In the United States, conservatives usually emphasize free-market economic principles and often prefer state and local governmental power to federal power Traditionally, conservative support has come from business leaders Candidates and voters commonly refer to themselves and others as conservative, moderate (or centrist), or liberal
A cautious approach to investing that takes only prudent risks to seek a reasonable return
in politics, a loosely defined term indicating adherence to one or more of a family of attitudes, including respect for tradition and authority and resistance to wholesale or sudden changes
In design and analysis, a conservative model or a conservative assumption is one that departs from accuracy in such a way that it reduces the chances of a false-positive assessment of the feasibility of the system in question Conservative assumptions overestimate problems and underestimate capabilities
A person who tends to be cautious about new policies or changes in government, who favors traditional values, and who generally feels the government should stay out of the affairs of private citizens and businesses Traditional values might be described as those that have been around for a while Conservatives like things the way they are or were (See LIBERAL)
A conservative estimate or guess is one in which you are cautious and estimate or guess a low amount which is probably less that the real amount. A conservative estimate of the bill, so far, is about £22,000 This guess is probably on the conservative side. + conservatively con·ser·va·tive·ly The bequest is conservatively estimated at £30 million. Conservative Judaism Progressive Conservative Party of Canada Conservative Party National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations
If someone dresses in a conservative way, their clothes are conventional in style. The girl was well dressed, as usual, though in a more conservative style. + conservatively con·ser·va·tive·ly She was always very conservatively dressed when we went out
The spelling Conservative is also used for meaning 1
conforming to the standards and conventions of the middle class; "a bourgeois mentality"
A conservative investment or strategy focuses primarily on capital preservation rather than capital appreciation
Genus: Political position Differentia: Generally supports government intervention in social issues but supports freedom in economic issues
One who believes the basic or fundamental doctrines of the Bible
If you are going to need the money you have invested in a few years, you may want to choose investments with lower risks or conservative investments
Branch of Judaism which tends to make changes to Halacha often, but usually insists upon strict adherence with rabbinical traditions of rewriting Halacha (the decision that driving on Shabbat was allowable is a notable exception) Conservative Judaism tries to find traditional answers to modern problems They often fail (see note above)
Describes the risk level of an investment A conservative investment mix would include a concentration in less risky investment options Lower risk investments provide more stable account values, but historically have produced lower long-term returns
Tending or disposed to maintain existing institutions; opposed to change or innovation
A Conservative politician or voter is a member of or votes for the Conservative Party in Britain. Most Conservative MPs appear happy with the government's reassurances. disenchanted Conservative voters. = Tory Conservative is also a noun. In 1951 the Conservatives were returned to power
avoiding excess; "a conservative estimate"
One who desires to maintain existing institutions and customs; also, one who holds moderate opinions in politics; opposed to revolutionary or radical
Tending toward maintaining traditional and proven views, conditions and intuitions
- a term to describe a supporter or member of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada Its leader is former prime minister Joe Clark
A conservative risk assessment estimates high-end risk rather than low-end risk A conservative risk assessment should not underestimate risk and, therefore, will indicate risk to most species of plants and animals
Someone who is conservative has right-wing views. counties whose citizens invariably support the most conservative candidate in any election. = right-wing Conservative is also a noun. The new judge is 50-year-old David Suitor who's regarded as a conservative
a person who has conservative ideas or opinions resistant to change opposed to liberal reforms
{i} person who is resistant to change; cautious person
resistant to change
a person who has conservative ideas or opinions
A conservative is a person to the right of center on the U S political spectrum Of the two main political parties, the Republican Party is regarded as being the more conservative Conservatives tend to uphold tradition and oppose major changes in laws and institutions Change, when thought to be necessary, should be gradual and minimal Conservatives generally oppose "big government" and support free-market economic policies and low taxes
A person who favours keeping things as they are, opposed to change except for slow, cautious reforms
1 : an implacable defender of all policies of the Republican party 2 : a believer in the possibility of "good government" when run by "good people," good people being Republican politicians 3 : a true believer in the innate greatness and virtue of America 4 : a person who is profoundly offended by international commerse and wide availability of foreign goods 5 : one who places his trust in the imperial government as embodiment of the good
A British right-wing political party
Religious movement, developed in the United States during the 20th century as a more traditional response to modernity than that offered by Reform D
Someone who is conservative or has conservative ideas is unwilling to accept changes and new ideas. It is essentially a narrow and conservative approach to child care
Con-ser-va-tive (n) - a political candidate whose views mirror or closely resemble points of view put forth in the Republican platform
unimaginatively conventional; "a colorful character in the buttoned-down, dull-gray world of business"- Newsweek
An adherent of any strain of conservatism. (Capitalized) A member or supporter of the Conservative Party of Canada, or its predecessors
opposed to liberal reforms
Tending toward maintaining traditional and proven views, conditions, and institutions
Conservative party
Conservative Party
Conservative party
Any of a number of political parties of various nationalities, often opposed to labour parties

Conservative party values are said to be very out-of-date by promoters of multiculturalism.

Conservative party
A political organisation that is said to be closely affiliated with the Church of England

Margaret Thatcher was the first ever female Prime Minister and was a Conservative party candidate for that office.

conservative treatment
A treatment, that doesn't include any operation or intervention

Conservative treatment could also include short-arm casting with the fingers and thumb free for 2-6 weeks. .

Conservative Judaism
The branch of Judaism that allows for modifications in Jewish law when authorized by the Conservative rabbinate. Form of Judaism that mediates between Reform Judaism and Orthodox Judaism. Founded in 19th-century Germany as the Historical School, it arose among German-Jewish theologians who advocated change but found Reform positions extreme. They accepted the Reform emphasis on critical scholarship, but wished to maintain a stricter observance of Jewish law (e.g., dietary laws) and continued belief in the coming of the messiah. In 1886, rabbis of this centrist persuasion founded the Jewish Theological Seminary of America (New York), leading to the development of Conservative Judaism as a religious movement
Conservative Judaism
{i} stream of Judaism which believes in adherence to the Torah and Talmud but also in accommodating the halacha to the changing times
Conservative Party
British political party founded in 1832 which supports moderate progressivism and which is associated with the royal authorities and the Anglican church
Conservative Party
The Conservative Party is the main right of centre party in Britain. A major political party of the United Kingdom, characterized by moderate progressivism. a British political party on the right. officially National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations. British political party whose guiding principles include promotion of private property and enterprise, maintenance of a strong military and foreign policy, and preservation of traditional cultural values and institutions. It is the heir of the old Tory Party, whose members began forming "conservative associations" after electoral rights were extended to the middle class in 1832. The modern party (whose members are often known as Tories) is essentially a coalition of two groups, and must balance its traditionalist and communitarian wing against its libertarian and individualist wing. It also experiences internal conflict over Britain's relationship with the European Union. Its membership is heavily dependent on the landowning and middle classes, but its electoral base has extended at times to incorporate about one-third of the working class. Since World War I, it and the Labour Party have dominated British politics
Conservative rabbi
rabbi ordained by the Conservative Jewish movement (conservative branch of Judaism)
conservative estimate
moderate approximation, cautious guess
conservative jew
Jew who keeps some requirements of Mosaic Law but adapts others to suit modern circumstances
conservative judaism
beliefs and practices of Conservative Jews Jews who keep some of the requirements of the Mosaic Law but allow for adaptation of other requirements (as some of the dietary laws) to fit modern circumstances
conservative party
a political party in Great Britain which developed from the Tories in the 1830s; advocates a mixed economy and encourages property owning
conservative streak
conservative tendency, tendency to oppose change
conservative view
traditional outlook
Progressive Conservative
a member of the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada
Progressive Conservative
pertaining to the Progressive Conservative Party
Progressive Conservative Party
a political party in Canada with a right of centre ideology, which succeed the old Conservative Party of Canada, Liberal-Conservative Party of Canada, Blue Party and absorbed the Progressive Party of Canada. It was itself succeeded by the new Conservative Party of Canada
fiscal conservative
One who favors a balanced budget, prefering spending cuts or tax increases to borrowing, and wants to decrease government size, and promote a free market
political conservative
A person who favors decentralization of political power and disfavors activist foreign policy
small-c conservative
A conservative, that is, a person who holds conservative views, who is not a member of their country's "Conservative Party"
social conservative
One who favors social policies based on a particular reading of Judeo-Christian values, generally in favor of public prayer, and opposed to abortion rights, same-sex marriage and the teaching of evolution in public schools
(Biochemistry) relating to or denoting replication of a nucleic acid in which one complete strand of each double helix is directly derived from the parent molecule
Progressive Conservative Party
one of the main political parties in Canada
Progressive Conservative Party of Canada
Former Canadian political party. It was formed as the Liberal-Conservative Party in 1854 from a union of conservative and moderate-liberal political factions; except for a period during and after World War I, the party kept this name until 1942, when it adopted the name Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. Its first leader was John Macdonald. The party led the government from 1854 to 1873 and again from 1878 to 1896. It regained power in coalition with the Quebec nationalists in 1911 but went down to severe defeat in 1921. From then until 1957 the party held power only twice, briefly in 1926 and from 1930 to 1935. The party held power from 1958 to 1963 under John G. Diefenbaker, from 1979 to 1980 under Joe Clark, and from 1984 to 1989 under Brian Mulroney. In 1993 it was reduced to only two seats in the Canadian House of Commons. In 2003 the Progressive Conservative Party merged with the Canadian Alliance to form the Conservative Party of Canada. The party favoured reducing government intervention in both the economy and social affairs; strongly federalist, it also was less accommodating than other parties to Quebec separatism
in a conservative manner; "we estimated the number of demonstrators conservatively at 200,000 "
moderately, conventionally, traditionally
In a conservative manner
in a conservative manner; "we estimated the number of demonstrators conservatively at 200,000
plural of conservative
the Jewish conservative community
Jewish community that believes in modifying Jewish law to suit the current times