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Türkçe - İngilizce
also
so
too
as well
in
even
once
(Tıp) de
on
at
during
aswell
d.e
withal
lapse
not
and (an intensive)
used to add emphasis to a scornful or sarcastic remark: Kitap yazmak da iş mi? As if writing books could be called work!
too, also
stamped his feet and said (expression of insistence)
but anyhow, even though
and, and then, so; but
It is enough that
and
both, and
He kept on ... (expression of repetitiousness or perseverance)
de da
at the
de kupe
the earrings
İngilizce - İngilizce
Delaware, a state of the United States of America
destroyer escort, a type of warship of the destroyer subtype, also called frigate
Diatomaceous earth
: desktop environment
A surname of Bengali origin
dwarf elliptical galaxy
To do
Death PC Paid in full through consolidation loan
state in the United States
prefix meaning away from
Data Element
flection - The amount of deformation or bending in a pallet or pallet component under load
of; from - used in names MM - expresses assent UN - one
Deformities Number of fish that are deformed
of, from; ?De donde ? From where ?; de la ma?ana, in the morning; de la noche, in the evening; de la tarde, in the afternoon; De nada , You''re welcome
It is intensive in deprave, despoil, declare, desolate, etc
(latin) of or from
A commonly used abbreviation for diatomaceous earth filter aid (See also Diatomite)
Discard Eligible (network, frame-relay) A 1-bit field in a frame relay header that provides a two level priority indicator Used to bias discards of frames in the event of congestion toward lower priority frames Similar to the CLP bit in ATM
a Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies
pref. counter; reduce; remove; reverse; derive
(duh) "Virtue"; a white substance
Dis-
In words from the French it is equivalent to Latin dis- apart, away; or sometimes to de
Different Edition Another version of an item in the library collection, differing in content, publisher, language, etc
ed of trust A document that gives a lender the right to foreclose on a piece of property if the borrower defaults on the loan
Germany (in Internet addresses). Delaware. the written abbreviation of Delaware. prep. or te (Chinese; "virtue") In Daoism, the potentiality of dao that is present in all things; in Confucianism, the virtue of internal goodness and propriety. In both systems it is regarded as the active principle of dao, and it is thus the life or moral principle. In the Daodejing, de is described as the unconscious functioning of the physical self, which can live harmoniously with nature. Personal de is thought to flourish when one abandons ambition and the spirit of contention for a life of naturalness, leading to an awareness of the underlying unity that permeates the universe. prep. Tao te ching Te Anau Lake Te Kanawa Dame Kiri Janette virtue ethics
A Latin preposition denoting: away from, out of, arising from; of, about, concerning, with regard to; for, on account of, because of, by
It is negative and opposite in derange, deform, destroy, etc
Direct Endorsement (Underwriter) – FHA Approved Underwriter
"Go-between"; extending between 2 enemy pieces
= discourse entity
Cf
S Diethylstibestrol
Delphi Delco Electronics Systems
Short for decomposition element
A prefix from Latin de down, from, away; as in debark, decline, decease, deduct, decamp
A move which pushes between two enemy stones
{e} from, of (component in French, Spanish and Portuguese names)
Discard eligible ATM cells that have their CLP bit set to 1 If the network is congested, tagged traffic can be dropped to ensure delivery of higher-priority traffic
The United States Department of Education
The two-character ISO 3166 country code for GERMANY
A component of ETERNUS GR Storage which consists of disk drive, power supply, fan and chassis
de facto
In practice; in actual use or existence, regardless of official or legal status
de facto
A legally undeclared spouse. Usually spelled defacto
de facto
In fact or in practice; in actual use or existence, regardless of official or legal status. (Often opposed to de jure.)

Although the United States currently has no official language, it is largely monolingual with English being the de facto national language.

de jure
By right
de jure
In accordance with the law
de minimis
beneath judicial notice
de minimis
Concerning things that are so minor as to be negligible, trivial or trifling. Often used to describe exemptions in government rules and regulations

The de minimis rules on import duty mean that alcohol for personal consumption is exempt from any charge.

de novo
Anew, afresh, from the beginning; without consideration of previous instances, proceedings or determinations

He filed a motion for a de novo hearing.

de novo
anew (from the beginning)
de rigueur
Necessary according to etiquette, protocol or fashion

This season, the little black dress is de rigueur.

de facto
(adjective) existing or holding a specified position in fact but not necessarily by legal right: a de facto one-party system
de facto
(adverb) in fact, whether by right or not. Often contrasted with 'de jure'
de jure
(adjective) rightful
de jure
(adverb) rightfully; by right. Often contrasted with 'de facto'
De minimis
(Latin) "of minimal things", "of minimum importance", something or a difference that is so small or tiny that law will not consider it; law has no interest in trivial matters
de facto
De facto is used to indicate that something is a particular thing, even though it was not planned or intended to be that thing. This might be interpreted as a de facto recognition of the republic's independence. de jure De facto is also an adverb. They will be de facto in a state of war. really existing although not legally stated to exist de jure
de facto
existing in fact whether with lawful authority or not; "de facto segregation is as real as segration imposed by law"; "a de facto state of war" in reality or fact; "the result was, de facto, a one-party system
de facto
existing but not officially recognized or legally established
de facto
Actually; in fact; in reality; as, a king de facto, distinguished from a king de jure, or by right
de facto
Latin: as a matter of fact; something which, while not necessarily lawful or legally sanctified, exists in fact A common law spouse may be referred to a de facto wife or de facto husband: although not legally married, they live and carry-on their lives as if married A de facto government is one which has seized power by force or in any other unconstitutional method and governs in spite of the existence of a de jure government
de facto
Existing in actual fact although not by official recognition
de facto
As a matter of fact, actual
de facto
in fact, even if not officially
de facto
(Latin) Literally actual, in reality
de facto
standard:   A standard that is widely accepted and used, but lacks formal approval by a recognized standards organization
de facto
In fact In reality
de facto
in reality or fact; "the result was, de facto, a one-party system"
de facto
A standard accepted by the marketplace, but not officially sanctioned by a standards organization
de facto
A term used to denote a thing done in fact but without strict legal authority as contrasted with de jure, which denotes a thing done according to law
de facto
(Latin: "in fact ) In reality, in fact, existing
de facto
1 Latin term meaning "in fact " By virtue of the deed or accomplishment; actually Used to refer to a situation in which a condition or institution is operating as though it were official or pursuant to law, but which is not legally authorized Such situations may arise where, for example, an authorizing law is declared invalid, or required legal formalities have not been satisfied Compare De jure
de facto
In fact A state of affairs which must be accepted for all practical purposes, but does not have the sanction of laws behind it; as distinguished from de jure
de facto
in fact
de facto
Some more Latin, meaning "in fact" or "actually " Something that exists in fact but not legally
de facto
Parent
de facto
existing in fact whether with lawful authority or not; "de facto segregation is as real as segration imposed by law"; "a de facto state of war"
de facto
Latin for "in deed, in fact, in reality" Refers to a fact or an act that occurs as a matter of practice and reality rather than from de jure, meaning a lawfully and rightfully occurring act Deferred Payments Money payments to be delayed for a future date or extended period of time
de facto
[Latin: as a matter of fact] something which, while not necessarily lawful or legally sanctified, exists in fact A common law spouse may be referred to a de facto wife or de facto husband: although not legally married, they live and carry-on their lives as if married A de facto government is one which has seized power by force or in any other unconstitutional method and governs in spite of the existence of a de jure government
de facto
in reality, in fact, actually existing
de facto
(Latin) In fact; actually; in reality
de facto
in reality or fact; "the result was, de facto, a one-party system
de facto
That which actually exists, even without lawful authority
de facto
existing without formal recognition
de jure
By right; of right; by law; often opposed to de facto
de jure
(Latin) Literally by right, by law
de jure
by right; according to law (in contrast to de facto)
de jure
by right; according to law; "de jure recognition of the new government
de jure
Legal term which means "by law" or "lawfully"
de jure
by law; conforming to the law; "we are lawfully wedded now"
de jure
For discussion, see de facto
de jure
(Latin) by right, rightfully, by law (Law)
de jure
De jure is used to indicate that something legally exists or is a particular thing. politicians and kings, de jure leaders of men. de facto De jure is also an adverb. The Synod's declarations prevailed de jure but not de facto in the Roman Catholic Church down to the Reformation era. de facto. true or right because of a law de facto
de jure
(lat ) by right; lawful
de jure
An officially sanctioned standard
de jure
In law or lawfully
de jure
Latin: "of the law " The term has come to describe a total adherence of the law For example, a de jure government is one which has been created in respect of constitutional law and is in all ways legitimate even though a de facto government may be in control
de jure
As a result of law, as a result of official action
de jure
1 Latin term that means "by right, lawful; legitimate " Generally used in contrast to de facto; de jure connotes "as a matter of law," whereas de facto connotes "as a matter of practice not founded upon law "
de jure
As a matter of law
de jure
legal term for "by law" or "lawfully"
de jure
(Latin: "by right" or "by law ") According to law
de jure
(Latin) By law; legally; by right as opposed to de facto, in fact
de jure
by right; according to law; "de jure recognition of the new government"
de jure
By right A legitimate state of affairs which has the force of law behind it
de luxe
magnificent, adorned, elegant, extra fine quality
de minimis
the value of a benefit that is so minimal that accounting for its cost would be unreasonable or administratively impractical Some employee benefits, which would otherwise be taxable can be given to employees on a tax-free basis for this reason dental health maintenance organization - an HMO that provides dental care only
de minimis
an abbreviation of a longer Latin phrase "de minimis non curat lex" which literally means the law is not concerned with trivial matters The phrase is generally used as a way of categorizing that which is not worth litigating over
de minimis
Trifling or insignificant matters, with which a court will not concern itself
de minimis
The full expression is de minimis non curat lex This is a Latin phrase which means "the law does not care about very small matters" It can be used to describe a component part of a wider transaction, where it is in itself insignificant or immaterial to the transaction as a whole, and will have no legal relevance or bearing on the end result
de novo
from the beginning
de novo
(de no'vo) - Anew, afresh A "trial de novo" is retrial
de novo
Discovery
de novo
Latin: new This term is used to refer to a trial which starts over, which wipes the slate clean and begins all over again, as if any previous partial or complete hearing had not occurred
de novo
Anew, afresh A "trial de novo" is a retrial
de novo
A new A trial de novo is a new trial of a case
de novo
(Latin) afresh; anew, again; from the beginning
de novo
New or fresh In some instances a court of general jurisdiction will hear an appeal from a case from a lower court and simply retry the case This is a de novo hearing
de novo
new, not present previously
de novo
Anew, afresh, a second time A second trial of a case which has been sent back from a higher court for a new trial
de novo
From the Latin: "About the new"; trying a matter again as if it had not been heard before
de novo
anew
de novo
1 Latin term meaning "new " In a trial de novo, issues of law and issues of fact are reconsidered as if the original trial had never taken place
de novo
"Anew " A trial de novo is a completely new trial
de novo
(lat ) from the very beginning; anew
de rigueur
According to strictness (of etiquette, rule, or the like); obligatory; strictly required
de rigueur
If you say that a possession or habit is de rigueur, you mean that it is fashionable and therefore necessary for anyone who wants to avoid being considered unfashionable. T-shirts now seem almost de rigueur in the West End. considered to be necessary if you want to be accepted, fashionable etc - used humorously
de rigueur
required by etiquette or usage or fashion; "instruction as to when and where a silk hat is de rigueur
de rigueur
socially expected, obligatory according to popular fashion
İngilizce - Türkçe
aşağı
(Tıp) de
doktor mühendis
denilme
demekmiş
(Askeri) hasar tahmini; geciktirme eşitleyicisi; yönlendirilmiş enerji (damage expectancy; delay equalizer; directed energy)
(Askeri) toplam sapma (sürüklenme) hatası (total drift error)
mahrum
(Askeri) tek sapma (sürüklenme) hatası (individual drift error)
(Anatomi) den, üzerinden
önek aşağı
tamamen
de facto
fiili
de facto
fiilen
de facto
(Politika, Siyaset) genel geçer
de facto
gerçekten yapılan
de novo
(Tıp) baştan
de facto
(Ticaret) fiili olarak
de jure
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) hukuki
de jure
hükmen
de luxe
kaliteli
de novo
(Tıp) doğuştan olmayan
de novo
(Biyoloji) daha önce görülmeyen
de novo
(Kanun) sil baştan
de novo
(Biyoloji) yeni
de facto
bilfiil
de facto
(Ticaret) gerçekleşen biçim
de jure
yasaya göre
de jure
yasal olarak
de luxe
görkemli
de luxe
şatafatlı
de novo
yeniden ,yeni baştan
de facto
fiilen yapılan
de jure
yasal

Türkiye Cumhurbaşkanı, paradoksal bir biçimde hukuken devletin başı olmasına rağmen hükümet içinde yasal bir konumu yoktur. - Paradoxically, the President of Turkey is the de jure head of state but has no legal role in government.

de jure
haklı
de luxe
üstün nitelikli
de luxe
lüks
de rigueur
zorunlu
de rigueur
öngörülen
de rigueur
görgü gereği
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