corpus

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kitaplık
(Dilbilim) bütünce
külliyat

Tatoeba'ya Toki Pona olarak iki bin cümlelik bir külliyat ekledim. - I added a corpus of two thousand sentences in Toki Pona to Tatoeba.

Henüz külliyatta görünmeyen İtalyanca kelimelerin bir listesini istiyorum. - I would like a list of the Italian words that don't appear in the corpus yet.

korpus

Tatoeba Korpus'taki hataların sayısını azaltmanın bir yolu, insanları sadece kendi anadillerine çeviriler yapmaya teşvik etmek olabilir. - One way to lower the number of errors in the Tatoeba Corpus would be to encourage people to only translate into their native languages.

((anatomi) esas
i. külliyat, bir yazarın tüm eserlerini içeren dizi; (anatomi) esas; ana para, sermaye; (tıp) ceset, beden, gövde

çoğul hali: corpora corpusdelicti: esas ve cismani delil (bir cinayet vukuunda) ceset. corpus juris: kanun külliyatı.

{i} yazarın tüm eserlerini içeren dizi
{i} yapı
corpus juris kanun külliyatı
(Tıp) Gövde (ogran veya organın bir kısmı)
esas
(Tıp) Cisim, corporis
{i} sermaye

Rusça sermayesi hızla büyüyor. - The Russian corpus is growing quickly.

corpusdelicti esas ve cismani delil ceset
{i} ana kısım
{i} kapital
(Tıp) (corpora)
(Tıp) Vücut beden
mecmua
ana para
(Anatomi) vücut, gövde örn: corpus callosum
(Biyokimya) cisim
corpus callosum
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) korpus kallosum
corpus luteum
(Tıp) korpus luteum
corpus christi
katolik yortusu
corpus delicti
somut delil
corpus delicti
(Ticaret) asıl ve maddi delil
corpus delicti
kurbanın cesedi
corpus juris
kanun külliyatı
corpus juris civilis
(Kanun) vatandaşlar hukuku derlemesi
corpus juris civilis
(Latin) yurttaşlar hukuku derlemesi
corpus linguistics
(Dilbilim) bütünce dilbilimi
corpus pineale
(Tıp) korpus pineale
corpus striatum
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) korpus striatyum
corpus uteri
dölyatağı gövdesi
corpus uteri
(Tıp) korpus uteri
habeas corpus
ihzar emri
habeas corpus
ihzar müzekkeresi
corpora
(çoğul) bkz. corpus
the writ of habeas corpus
beyanı emri
habeas corpus act
haksız tutuklamayı yasaklayan kanun
writ of habeas corpus
{i} uyarı beyanı
writ of habeas corpus
(isim) uyarı beyanı
yellow corpus
(Tıp) sarı cisim
İngilizce - İngilizce
a collection of writings, often on a specific topic, of a specific genre, from a specific demographic, a single author etc
the body
The land of a Maori incorporation, at the time it is established, plus any land acquired later that is declared by the court to form the main part of the incorporation Land that is not declared as corpus is called investment land
The principal balance of a trust as opposed to the income from the trust
(pl corpora or corpuses): a collection of text, now usually in machine-readable form and compiled to be representative of a particular kind of language and provided with some kind of annotation (*) (+)
The property placed within a trust
The principal or capital of a trust
property owned by the trust, commonly referred to as "corpus of the trust "
a collection of writings; "he edited the Hemingway corpus"
The principal or capital of an estate, as distinguished from the income
The total net assets under management as on date
A body, living or dead; the corporeal substance of a thing
A bank of authentic texts collected in ordr to find out how language is actually used Usually a corpus is restricted to a particular type of language use, for example, a corpus of newspaper English, a corpus of legal documents, or a corpus of informal spoken English
the main part of an organ or other bodily structure
the main part of an organ or other bodily structure a collection of writings; "he edited the Hemingway corpus
A collection of documents Typically, information retrieval is done relative to a given corpus An open-ended corpus is one that is growing or expanding during a sensemaking activity
{i} (Latin) body; main part of a structure or organ; corpse; collection (of writing, knowledge, evidence, etc.)
A corpus is a large collection of written or spoken texts that is used for language research. Corpus Christi Corpus Christi Bay habeas corpus
The original gift and ongoing principal that forms the asset base from which a foundation or endowment operates Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
capital as contrasted with the income derived from it
A corpus is a large body of natural language text used for accumulating statistics on natural language text The plural is corpora Corpora often include extra information such as a tag for each word indicating its part-of-speech, and perhaps the parse tree for each sentence See also statistical NLP
a collection of written and/or spoken language stored on a computer and used for language research and writing dictionaries
Body, the principle part of the bone
corpus callosum
In mammals, a broad band of nerve fibres that connects the left and right hemispheres of the brain
corpus cavernosum
A cylindrical column of erectile tissue that forms the clitoris and the penis
corpus delicti
The evidence that a crime has occurred
corpus delicti
The body of the victim
corpus fetishism
An insistence that the only valid source of illustrative examples of words or language constructs is from the corpus (existing body of literature) of the language
corpus juris
the entire body of laws of a country or of a particular court
corpus luteum
A yellow mass of cells that forms from an ovarian follicle during the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle in mammals; it secretes steroid hormones
corpus striatum
The striated mass of white and grey matter in front of the thalamus on each side of the brain
corpus vile
A person, animal or thing treated as expendable, to therefore use as an experimental subject regardless of whatever loss or damage it may suffer as a result
corpus vile
The subject of an experiment

The image of Shakespeare's works has suffered in many people's minds because of it being much used as a corpus vile for school teaching.

Corpus Christi
a holy day in the Roman Catholic Church, when the sacrament (=the holy bread eaten at the Eucharist) is carried in procession. Corpus Christi is Latin for "the Body of Christ". a city in southeast Texas on the Gulf of Mexico. City (pop., 2000: 277,454) and port on Corpus Christi Bay, southern Texas. Founded in 1838 as a trading post, it was the scene of Mexican War operations and American Civil War skirmishes. The arrival of the railroad in 1881 stimulated a land boom. The exploitation of gas (1923), development of a deepwater port (1926), and discovery of the Saxtet oil field (1939) laid the city's economic foundation. Resort facilities are based on the bay and the coastal barrier islands, including Padre Island. It is also the site of the Corpus Christi Naval Air Station
Corpus Christi Bay
Inlet, Gulf of Mexico, southern Texas, U.S. Forming a deepwater harbour for the port of Corpus Christi, it is 25 mi (40 km) long and 3-10 mi (5-16 km) wide and is sheltered on the east by Mustang Island. Its shipping serves the petroleum, chemical, and agricultural industries. The area is popular for sportfishing, waterfowl hunting, and boating. The bay was entered on the feast of Corpus Christi in 1519 by Alonso de Pineda, who claimed the region for Spain
corpus callosum
A massive bundle of nerves, containing some 200 million fibers Also called the "chief communicator," because it connects the two hemispheres of the brain
corpus callosum
a dense body of nerve fibers that connect the two cerebral hemispheres
corpus callosum
Latin for "large body," the corpus callosum is the major group of commissural fibers; it is located some distance down inside the longitudinal cerebral fissure; it connects the hemispheres and mainly connects mirror image sites
corpus callosum
A network of over 200 million fibers separating the left and right hemispheres of the brain It transfers information between the left and right hemispheres, allowing the hemispheres to "communicate" with each other
corpus callosum
A mass of nerve fibers connecting the right and left hemispheres of the brain
corpus callosum
the bundle of nerve fibers connecting the two halves of the brain and allowing for interaction between these two halves
corpus callosum
The greatest commissure of the brain between the cerebral hemispheres
corpus callosum
(Anatomy) mass of nerve fibers which serves to connect and enable communication between the two cerebral hemispheres (in the brain)
corpus callosum
Broad band of connecting fibres that interconnect the two Hemispheres
corpus callosum
The arched bridge of nervous tissue that connects the two cerebral hemispheres, allowing communication between the right and left sides of the brain
corpus callosum
A bridge of nerve fibers that connect the two hemispheres of the Cerebral Cortex
corpus callosum
The largest cerebral commissure
corpus callosum
Mass of fibers connecting the left and right hemispheres of the brain (cerebrum)
corpus callosum
The large fiber bundle containing axons interconnecting neurons of the two cerebral hemispheres
corpus callosum
bundle of nerve fibers that connect the right and left hemispheres of the brain
corpus callosum
The massive fiber tract that forms neural connections between the two cerebral hemispheres
corpus callosum
corpus (body), callosum (hard)
corpus callosum
a broad transverse nerve tract connecting the two cerebral hemispheres
corpus callosum
The bundle of nerve fibers connecting the two cerebral hemispheres
corpus callosum
The bundle of neurons that connects the left and right cerebral hemispheres
corpus callosum
Nerve cells that connect the two hemispheres of the cerebrum
corpus christi
Thursday after Trinity Sunday; first celebrated in 1246
corpus christi
Roman Catholic holy date in tribute to the Eucharist observed on the first Thursday after Trinity Sunday; city in southeastern Texas (USA)
corpus christi
a city in southern Texas on an arm of the Gulf of Mexico
corpus christi
Latin for "The body of Christ "
corpus christi
[body of Christ ] A festival of the Church, kept on the first Thursday after Trinity Sunday, in honour of the eucharist There are colleges both at Cambridge and Oxford so named
corpus christi
a city in southern Texas on an arm of the Gulf of Mexico Thursday after Trinity Sunday; first celebrated in 1246
corpus christi
(Latin) An important festival in the Catholic Church's calendar that celebrates the Eucharist, or rite during which bread and wine are consecrated
corpus delicti
the body of evidence that constitute the offence; the objective proof that a crime has been committed (sometimes mistakenly thought to refer to the body of a homicide victim)
corpus delicti
fundamental fact necessary to prove the perpetration of a crime (Law)
corpus juris
constitution, body of laws of a state or nation
corpus luteum
{i} (Gynecology) yellow glandular mass which forms on an ovary after ovulation and secretes the hormone progesterone (if the female does not become pregnant, the mass disappears until the next ovulation)
corpus luteum
yellow endocrine tissue that forms in a ruptured Graafian follicle following the release of an ovum
corpus striatum
a striped mass of white and grey matter located in front of the thalamus in each cerebral hemisphere; consists of the caudate nucleus and the lenticular nucleus
habeas corpus
A writ to bring a person before a court or a judge, most frequently used to ensure that a person's imprisonment, detention, or commitment is legal
habeas-corpus
{n} a writ of trial or liberty
corpora
plural of corpus
corpora
Corpora is a plural of corpus. a plural of corpus
corpuses
plural of corpus
habeas corpus
An order signed by a judge directing a sheriff or other official, who has a person in his custody, to bring that person before the court to determine whether or not he should be released from custody
habeas corpus
the civil right to obtain a writ of habeas corpus as protection against illegal imprisonment a writ ordering a prisoner to be brought before a judge
habeas corpus
      Court orders that require jailers to show just cause for holding an individual
habeas corpus
"You have the body " The name given a variety or writs whose object is to bring a person before a Court or judge In most common usage, it is directed to the official or person detaining another, commanding him to produce the body of the prisoner or person detained so the Court may determine if such a person has been denied his liberty without due process of the law
habeas corpus
Latin phrase meaning "you have the body " A judicial mandate to a prison official ordering that an inmate be brought to the court
habeas corpus
From the Latin: "You have the body"; the name of a writ used to bring a person before a court or a judge so that the court or judge may determine whether that person is being unlawfully denied his or her freedom
habeas corpus
"You have the body " A writ of habeas corpus requires that a person be brought before a judge It is usually used to direct an official to produce a prisoner so the court may determine if liberty has been denied without due process
habeas corpus
It is used to test the legality of a persons imprisonment
habeas corpus
(RWT) A writ that is usually used to bring a prisoner before the court to determine the legality of his imprisonment It may also be used to bring a person in custody before the court to give testimony, or to be prosecuted
habeas corpus
Latin for "You have the body " Most often, a writ of habeas corpus is a judicial order forcing law enforcement authorities to produce a prisoner they are holding, and to justify the prisoner's continued confinement A petition for a writ of habeas corpus often is filed in federal courts by state prison inmates who say their state prosecutions violated federally protected rights in some way
habeas corpus
a writ ordering a prisoner to be brought before a judge
habeas corpus
A writ whose object is to bring a person before a court or judge
habeas corpus
ask any one for a legal phrase and the chances are this is the phrase they will come up with It is the right, supposedly enshrined in American law, which prevents a person from being wrongfully imprisoned, and which means literally "you must have the body" The right which it encompasses is the right that no one may be imprisoned or restrained without, within a reasonable period of time, being brought before a lawful court to answer the charge for which the detention occurred It is used to prevent people from being held as prisoners for too long by the authorities
habeas corpus
This is the right guaranteed to a citizen to obtain a writ that will allow a person to appear before a court or judge with the intent to inquire about the cause of a person's imprisonment with the objective to protect this person's right to personal liberty
habeas corpus
"You have the body " The name given to a variety of writs whose object is to bring a person before a court or judge In most common usage, it is directed to the official or the person detained so the court may determine if such a person has been denied his liberty without due process of law
habeas corpus
A writ that is usually used to bring a prisoner before the court to determine the legality of his imprisonment It may also be used to bring a person in custody before the court to give testimony, or to be prosecuted
habeas corpus
Latin: phrase meaning 'may you have the body': legal remedy against being wrongly imprisoned Thus: writ of habeas corpus: writ to obtain the release of someone who has been unlawfully held in prison or in police custody, or to make the person holding him bring him to court to explain why he is being held and whether the detention is lawful A prerogative writ Habeas corpus was one of the concessions the British Monarch made in the Magna Carta and has stood as a basic individual right against arbitrary arrest and imprisonment
habeas corpus
A writ commanding that a person be brought before a judge Most commonly, a writ of habeas corpus is a legal document that forces law enforcement authorities to produce a prisoner they are holding and to legally justify his or her confinement
habeas corpus
the civil right to obtain a writ of habeas corpus as protection against illegal imprisonment
habeas corpus
A writ having for its object to bring a party before a court or judge; especially, one to inquire into the cause of a person's imprisonment or detention by another, with the view to protect the right to personal liberty; also, one to bring a prisoner into court to testify in a pending trial
habeas corpus
literally means you have the body " The name of a variety of writs which require a person to be brought before a judge It is usually used to direct an official to produce a prisoner so that the court may determine if such person has been denied his liberty without due process
habeas corpus
1 Latin term meaning "you have the body " The writ of habeas corpus, known as the great writ, has varied use in criminal and civil contexts It is a procedure for obtaining a judicial determination of the legality of an individual's custody Technically, it is used in the criminal law context to bring the petitioner before the court to inquire into the legality of his or her confinement The writ of federal habeas corpus is used to test the constitutionality of a state criminal conviction The writ is used in the civil context to challenge the validity of child custody and deportations
habeas corpus
Latin phrase meaning "you have the body"; A civil proceeding used to review the legality of a prisoner's confinement in criminal cases Habeas corpus actions are commonly used as a means of reviewing state or federal convictions
habeas corpus
The name of a writ having for its object to bring a person before a court
habeas corpus
The name of a writ used to bring a person before a court or judge to decide whether that person is being unlawfully denied his or her freedom The term comes from Latin
habeas corpus
Legal term for the right to petition a court to decide whether confinement has been undertaken with due process of law
habeas corpus
Habeas corpus is a law that states that a person cannot be kept in prison unless they have first been brought before a court of law, which decides whether it is legal for them to be kept in prison. a law which says that a person can only be kept in prison following a court's decision ((the first words on the document which demands that the person should be allowed to come to court)). (Latin; "you should have the body") In common law, any of several writs issued to bring a party before a court. The most important such writ (habeas corpus ad subjiciendum) is used to correct violations of personal liberty by directing judicial inquiry into the legality of a detention. Common grounds for relief include a conviction based on illegally obtained evidence, a denial of effective assistance of counsel, or a conviction by a jury that was improperly selected or impaneled. The writ may be used in civil matters to challenge a person's custody of a child or the institutionalization of a person declared incompetent
habeas corpus
Lat (You have the body ) The name given to a variety of writs (of which there were anciently the emphatic words), having for their object to bring a party before a court or judge The primary function of the writ is to release from unlawful imprisonment The office of the writ is not to determine prisoner's guilt or innocence, and only issue which it presents is whether prisoner is restrained of his liberty by due process
habeas corpus
Latin: a court petition which orders that a person being detained be produced before a judge for a hearing to decide whether the detention is lawful Habeas corpus was one of the concessions the British Monarch made in the Magna Carta and has stood as a basic individual right against arbitrary arrest and imprisonment
habeas corpus
(Latin) writ requiring that a prisoner be brought before a court to decide the legality of his detention; writ requiring that a person be brought into court for questioning (Law)
writ of habeas corpus
A document obtained by a lawyer demanding a defendant be formally charged or released from arrest
writ of habeas corpus
A document which directs the person detaining a prisoner to produce him or her before a judicial officer to determine the lawfulness of the imprisonment
writ of habeas corpus
     Court order demanding jailers to explain to a judge why a person is being held in custody
writ of habeas corpus
a writ ordering a prisoner to be brought before a judge
writ of habeas corpus
The remedy used by a person who is incarcerated or restrained in his liberty and petitions the court to hear evidence as to the legality of his incarceration or restraint (in the hopes of being released) Literally, “Bring the Body”
writ of habeas corpus
{i} (Law) writ requiring that a prisoner be brought before a court to decide the legality of his detention; writ requiring that a person be brought into court for questioning
corpus