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Englisch - Türkisch
öncelik
priority
öncelik

Ona bunun bir öncelik olduğunu söyle. - Tell her it's a priority.

Plan öncelik ve aciliyeti düşürmektedir. - Being less urgent, this plan is lower in priority.

priority
give priority to öncelik tanımak
priority
{i} rüçhan hakkı
priority
(Askeri) ÖNCELİK: Herhangi bir faaliyet için zaman bakımından tanınan tekaddüm sırası
priority
üstünlük
priority
önemli
priority
öncelikli şey
priority
rüçhan
apriority
apriori
priority
in order of priorities önem sırasına göre
priority
kıdemlilik
priority
üstünlük hakkı
priority
kıdem
Englisch - Englisch

Definition von a priority im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

apriority
The quality or state of being known a priori
priority
An item's relative importance

He set his e-mail message's priority to high.

priority
A goal of a person or an organisation

She needs to get her priorities straight and stop playing games.

priority
Prior or antecedent in time, or preceding something else; as, priority application
priority
A superior claim to use by virtue of being validly published at an earlier date

Neither nor I (in 1966) could conceive of reducing our science to the ultimate absurdity of reading Finnish newspapers almost a century and a half old in order to establish priority..

priority
Having precedence; of superior rank
priority
{n} a being first in rank, precedence
apriority
The quality of being innate in the mind, or prior to experience; a priori reasoning
apriority
{s} a priori, from cause to effect, deductive, valid independently of observation, formed or conceived beforehand
priority
The importance of a project relative to other projects including resource conflict and availability Priority is either quanititative or qualitative
priority
The ranking of the devices on the SCSI bus during arbitration The higher numbered IDs have higher priority
priority
The value given to an Incident, Problem or Change to indicate its relative importance in order to ensure the appropriate allocation of resources and to determine the timeframe within which the action is required Priority is based upon a coherent and up-to-date understanding of business impact and urgency and, sometimes, technical severity
priority
The holder of the priority card, is the player who has the first action in the next stock round The priority is moved during the stock round by players buying private companies, buying shares, selling shares or doing actions for their companies
priority
Precedence; superior rank
priority
The order of preference, rank or position of the various liens and encumbrances affecting the title to a particular parcel of land Usually, the date and time of recording determine the relative priority between documents
priority
A persons personal goals
priority
A printed publication, more especially a newspaper or other periodical
priority
principle of nomenclatural practice that dictates that the valid name of an organism is the first legitimate name applied to it In plants, priority begins with Species Plantarum (1753), and in animals, Systema Naturae (1758)
priority
A value from 0 to 31 that indicates the priority of a program or interrupt; highest priority is 31 The processor stores the priority of the task (program or interrupt) that it is currently working on in the priority field of the PC register See also NMI
priority
The Bankruptcy Code establishes the order in which claims are paid from the bankruptcy estate All claims in a higher priority must be paid in full before claims with a lower priority receive anything All claims with the same priority share pro rata Claims are paid in this order: 1) costs of administration 2) priority claims and 3) general unsecured claims Secured claims are paid from the proceeds of liquidating the collateral which secured the claim
priority
{i} preference, precedence; higher rank, privileged position; seniority, precedence
priority
as, small print; large print; this line is in print
priority
In sabre, the now-superceded rules that decide which fencer will be awarded the touch in the event that they both attack simultaneously; also used synonymously with right-of-way
priority
Whichever road, lane or traffic flow is more important and recieves preferential treatment at a junction or junctions is said to have priority Usually this means it does not have to stop and that other roads or lanes - those without priority - have to stop or give way to it The general exception is traffic lights, where everything stops at one time or another: here priority means getting a longer green phase than other roads
priority
the level of importance of an event Most often, interrupts are assigned priorities
priority
If something takes priority or has priority over other things, it is regarded as being more important than them and is dealt with first. The fight against inflation took priority over measures to combat the deepening recession. before other people or things
priority
A number attached to a task that determines when the task will run See also scheduling
priority
An impression taken from anything, as from an engraved plate
priority
That which is produced by printing
priority
The classification assigned to all core customers to be used in the event of curtailment as provided for in Rule 14 of Pacific Gas and Electric Company's gas tariffs
priority
preceding in time Printed letters; the impression taken from type, as to excellence, form, size, etc
priority
In scheduling, a number that indicates how likely a thread is to run The higher the thread’s priority, the more likely the thread is to run See also scheduling policy
priority
Ranking of precedence, importance or preference
priority
The quality or state of being prior or antecedent in time, or of preceding something else; as, priority of application
priority
If you give priority to something or someone, you treat them as more important than anything or anyone else. The school will give priority to science, maths and modern languages
priority
A statement of the importance of a user or program Often expressed as a relative priority, indicating that the user doesn't care when the work is completed so long as he is treated less badly than someone else
priority
Having the right of way Priority is decided by pre-set rules and is indicated by signs or markings on the road
priority
Determines which words and phrases are offered first by Aurora Prediction Priority changes dynamically as Aurora Prediction is used to adjust the dictionary to the individual user's writing style
priority
An items relative importance
priority
status established in order of importance or urgency; " its precedence as the world's leading manufacturer of pharmaceuticals"; "national independence takes priority over class struggle"
priority
Priority is defined as the relative importance of a particular Protocol Data Unit (PDU) relative to other PDUs in transit, and is used to allocate resources which become scarce during the transfer process
priority
1 The right of an earlier appropriator to divert from a natural stream in preference to a later appropriator 2 Seniority date of a water right or conditional water right to determine their relative seniority to other water rights and conditional water rights deriving water from a common source Priority is a function of both the appropriation date and the relevant adjudication date of the right
priority
A printed cloth; a fabric figured by stamping, especially calico or cotton cloth
priority
of Allocations   In making allocations, the Department will give priority to any CDE
priority
The relative seniority of a water right as determined by its adjudication date and appropriation date Other factors are sometimes involved in determining priority The priority of a water right determines its ability to divert in relation to other rights in periods of limited supply (Rice (1991))
priority
preceding in time
priority
A photographic copy, or positive picture, on prepared paper, as from a negative, or from a drawing on transparent paper
priority
The relative assessment of an activity in relation to other activities The characteristic of preceding, or having priority over, something or someone else Priority consists of impact, urgency and expected effort
priority
If something is a priority, it is the most important thing you have to do or deal with, or must be done or dealt with before everything else you have to do. Being a parent is her first priority The government's priority is to build more power plants
priority
Seniority fixed by the date of publication; the earliest published has priority
a priority

    Silbentrennung

    a pri·o·ri·ty

    Türkische aussprache

    ı prayôrıti

    Aussprache

    /ə prīˈôrətē/ /ə praɪˈɔːrətiː/

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