adversary

listen to the pronunciation of adversary
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} hasım
{i} muhalif
aleyhtar
(Kanun) karşı taraf
muhalif kişi
rakip
düşman

Dün bir düşman bugün bir dosttur. - An adversary yesterday is a friend today.

(Askeri) karşıt düşman, rakip (a person or group that is oppsed to an Army force mission but is not engaging Army forces in combat operations)
{i} karşı kimse
{i} iblis
{i} spor, isk. rakip
şeytan
muhalif kimse
düşman hasım
Satan
{i} Şeytan

Sami, Leyla'nın gözlerinde Şeytan'dı. - Sami was Satan in Layla's eyes.

Gök gürültüsü nedir? Şeytanın kahkahasıdır. - What is thunder? It's Satan's laughter.

adversary model
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) muhalif modeli
adversary model
(Tıp) zıt model
adversary politics
(Politika, Siyaset) iki kutuplu siyaset
the adversary
(Din) Şeytan, iblis bkz: adversary
Satan
{i} iblis

İblisin ruhu yeniden canlanıyor. - The spirit of Satan reawakens.

the Devil
allah belâsını versin
the Devil
kör şeytan
the Devil
hay aksi
Englisch - Englisch
Satan
the Devil
Shaitan
An opponent or rival
{a} having an opposing party
{n} an opponent, enemy, foe, competitor
a person or group that is opposed to an Army force mission but is not engaging Army forces in combat operations
An adversary is not an animal or a monster, but a human being who is a victim of untruth No matter how horrible the acts of a human being might be, he or she is never a monster or an animal He or she is a human being caught in untruth
An entity that attacks or is a threat to a system [IETF99]
(I) An entity that attacks, or is a threat to, a system [RFC2828] Person or organization that must be denied accesses to information [IATF] (see also threat, security)
an entity that attacks, or is a threat to, a system
Either opponent of declarer, or, during the auction, a player on the other side The laws of 1963 use opponent for the latter and the defender for the former Senior adversary was synonymous with declarer’s left-hand opponent, and Junior adversary with his right-hand opponent
Commonly used to refer to the opponent, the enemy, or any other mischievous person that desires to compromise one security
(The) Satan (1 Pet v 8 )
often used in this manual in lieu of enemy; the term enemy is reserved to indicate adversaries engaged in lethal operations against US forces
someone who offers opposition
This is an official stance of disagreement within the bankruptcy case Either your attorney or a creditor's attorney may file an adversary if they feel a matter requires a special hearing by the bankruptcy Judge
Commonly used to refer to the opponent, the enemy, or any other mischievous person that desires to compromise one's security
Your adversary is someone you are competing with, or arguing or fighting against. His political adversaries were creating a certain amount of trouble for him. = opponent, enemy ally. adversaries a country or person you are fighting or competing against = opponent
{i} rival; enemy; opponent; person who opposes
An opponent, rival or enemy
Having an opposing party; not unopposed; as, an adversary suit
One who is turned against another or others with a design to oppose or resist them; a member of an opposing or hostile party; an opponent; an antagonist; an enemy; a foe
Opposed; opposite; adverse; antagonistic
adversary procedure
In Anglo-American law, the principal method of offering evidence in court. It requires the opposing sides to present pertinent information and to introduce and cross-examine witnesses before a jury and/or a judge. Each side must conduct its own investigation. In criminal proceedings, the prosecution represents the government and has at its disposal the police department with its investigators and laboratories; the defense must arrange and pay for its own investigation. (Legal aid is available for the poor.) In civil (noncriminal) proceedings the adversary system works similarly, except that both sides engage private attorneys to prepare their cases. Skillful questioning often produces testimony that can be interpreted in various ways; in cross-examination, lawyers seek to alter the jury's initial perception of the testimony
adversary system
judicial system in which two opposing sides argue a case (i.e. defense and prosecution)
adversaries
plural of adversary
worthy adversary
comparable competitor, matching rival
adversary
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