alter

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Hukuk) değiştirmek

Senin her fikrini değiştirdiğin zaman planlarımı değiştirmekten usandım. - I'm tired of altering my plans every time you change your mind.

Yeterli paramız olmadığı için planlarımızı değiştirmek zorundaydık. - We had to alter our plans because we didn't have enough money.

{f} değişiklik yapmak
{f} değişmek
{f} kısırlaştırmak
{f} hadım etmek (hayvan)
{f} başkalaşmak
değişim geçirmek
evirmek
değiştir

Doğru olan cümleleri değiştirmeyiniz. Bunun yerine, doğal-görünen alternatif çeviriler önerebilirsiniz. - Don't change sentences that are correct. You can, instead, submit natural-sounding alternative translations.

Tom takım elbisesini değiştirdi. - Tom got his suit altered.

başka türlü olmak
{f} başkalaştırmak
hadım etmek kısırlaştırmak
(Mimarlık) aynı malzeme ile onarmak elden geçirmek
(to) Değiştirmek
tebdil etmek
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) alter
(Kanun) düzeltmek
altered
{s} değiştirilmiş
alteration
değişiklik

Bu ürün hakkında bazı değişiklikler yapabilir miyim? - Can you make some alterations on this product?

alteration
değiştirme
alteration
değişim
alter ego
bir kimsenin ikinci sahsiyeti
alter course
rota değiştirmek
alter ego
ikinci şahsiyet
alter-ego
bir kimsenin ikinci kişiliği
alter-ego
canciğer arkadaş
alter ego
ikinci kişilik
alter ego
canciğer dost
alter ego
yakın arkadaş
alter personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) alter kişilik
alteration
{i} başkalaşma
altered
{s} değişmiş

O tamamen değişmiş bir gerçeklik içinde yaşıyor. - He lives in a completely altered reality.

Tom gerçekliğin değişmiş algısından acı çekmiyor. O onun tadını çıkarıyor. - Tom isn't suffering from an altered perception of reality. He's enjoying it.

alteration
{i} değişme
alteration
{i} tadilat
alteration
(Jeoloji) bozulma
alteration
değiştiri
alteration
(Ticaret) bir şeyi değiştirme
alteration
ayrışma
alteration
(Tıp) alterasyon
alteration
(Ticaret) başkalaştırma
altered
bozulmuş
altered
değiştirmek
try to alter
değiştirmeye çalışmak
alterability
değiştirilebilirlik
alterable
değişebilir
alterable
değiştirilebilir
alterable
değişik
alteration
değişen şey
altered
{f} değiştir

Tom takım elbisesini değiştirdi. - Tom got his suit altered.

O, planlarını değiştirdi. - She altered her plans.

altering
{f} değiş

O araştırma yöntemini değiştirmek için bir öneri teklif ediyor. - He's proposing a suggestion for altering the research method.

Senin her fikrini değiştirdiğin zaman planlarımı değiştirmekten usandım. - I'm tired of altering my plans every time you change your mind.

altering
değişim
to alter
değiştirmek için
alterable
{s} değişir
alteration
(Mimarlık) tadilat (binada)
altered
diğer
could you alter this
bunu değiştirebilir misiniz
not to alter
değiştirememek
to alter in accordance with the provisions set out below
(Avrupa Birliği) aşağıda yer alan hükümlere uygun olarak değiştirmek
to alter the time limit
(Avrupa Birliği) süreyi değiştirmek
Englisch - Englisch
To change the form or structure of
To tailor clothes to make them fit
to make change in
If something alters or if you alter it, it changes. Little had altered in the village They have never altered their programmes by a single day. = change
{v} to make or suffer a partial change, to vary
make or become different in some particular way, without permanently losing one's or its former characteristics or essence; "her mood changes in accordance with the weather"; "The supermarket's selection of vegetables varies according to the season"
To make different without changing into something else [Click Here to Return to List]
To change in any manner, without limiting this, includes and action that detracts from the heritage value or heritage character of heritage property
to change
a change made to an image element, color, or page layout through computer manipulation
cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
One personality within a system of personlities
-An abbreviated form of "alternate personality" or "alternate identity"; a part of the person that is separated by dissociation from the Core identity
The medical/psychiatric term for a person inside the system It comes from a shortening of "Alternate Personality", which implies that those in a system are not real people, therefore this term is not popular among Empowered Multiples
insert words into texts, often falsifying it thereby
and ALTERATION are a change, addition or modification in construction or occupancy
change, as in: Nothing you can say will alter my plans
make an alteration to; "This dress needs to be altered"
To change the pattern so that it corresponds to body measurements
Alternative Traffic in Towns Initiative
The action of setting the E-bit of a TLB entry to 0 and modifying some portion of the physical page number field Altered entries in the TLB are still visible to software through the insert TLB protection instructions
To become, in some respects, different; to vary; to change; as, the weather alters almost daily; rocks or minerals alter by exposure
To agitate; to affect mentally
remove the ovaries of; "Is your cat spayed?"
{f} change, modify; be changed, be modified
To geld
To make otherwise; to change in some respect, either partially or wholly; to vary; to modify
remove the ovaries of; "Is your cat spayed?" make an alteration to; "This dress needs to be altered
make an alteration to; "This dress needs to be altered
alter ego
A very close and intimate friend
alter ego
Somebody's alternate personality or persona; another self
alter egos
plural form of alter ego
alter-ego
Alternative spelling of alter ego
alter a status
change the state of something
alter at will
change according to what one wants
alter course
change the direction one is traveling in
alter ego
a very close and trusted friend who seems almost a part of yourself
alter ego
You can describe the character that an actor usually plays on television or in films as his or her alter ego. Barry Humphries's alter ego Dame Edna has taken the US by storm
alter ego
Your alter ego is the other side of your personality from the one which people normally see
alter ego
alternate personality, second personality
alter ego
(Latin) Literally, "other I," another self A fellow man considered as one who thinks and acts "as I, the Ego, do "
alter ego
My double or counterpart In The Corsican Brothers, the same actor performs the two brothers, the one being the alter ego of the other (Latin, "a second I") One who has full powers to act for another
alter ego
(lat ) the other self Under this legal doctrine, the law will disregard the personal liability an individual has as a result of the existence a corporate entity and will regard an act as the act of the individual rather than solely the act of the corporation
alterable
Something that can be altered; a variable
alterable
Capable of being changed, changeable, mutable
alteration
The act of altering or making different

alteration, though it be from worse to better, hath in it inconveniences….

alteration
change or modification
alterability
{n} susceptibility of change
alterable
{a} changeable, that may be changed
alterably
{a} in an alterable manner, changeable
alteration
{n} a change made, the act of changing
altered
{a} changed, varied, made different
alterer
{n} one who alters, one who changes
Alter ego
other self
alteration
An alteration is a change in or to something. Making some simple alterations to your diet will make you feel fitter = change
Alterability
the quality of being alterable
Alterable
of a sentence; capable of being changed to one less severe
Alterable
capable of being changed or altered in some characteristic; "alterable clothing"; "alterable conditions of employment"
Alteration
Changes or modifications to a building or structure
Alteration
Any physical or chemical change in a rock or mineral subsequent to its formation Milder and more localized than meta morphism
Alteration
Any change made by the customer after copy or artwork has been given to the service bureau, separator or printer The change could be in copy, specifications or both Also called AA, author alteration and customer alteration
Alteration
the physical or chemical change in the composition of rock
Alteration
Construction or building equipment : any change, rearrangement, replacement, or addition to a building or its systems and equipment; any modification in
Alteration
any change, addition, or modification in construction, other than cosmetic or decorative, or any change in the structural members of buildings such as bearing walls, columns, beams, or girders
Alteration
The raising or lowering of a note by means of an accidental
Alteration
Change in copy of specifications after production has begun
Alteration
An unauthorized modification of a contract by one of the parties to the contract The alteration is considered material when it affects the rights of the parties to the contract If the alteration is intentional and material, it will be treated as fraud and the innocent party may void the contract at his or her option
Alteration
an event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another; "the change was intended to increase sales"; "this storm is certainly a change for the worse"; "the neighborhood had undergone few modifications since his last visit years ago"
Alteration
The ability to change the very fabric of reality Shape Change is one such Alteration spell The energy of this magic compliments those mages of neutral alignment (Grey Robed Wizards) When casting spells from this school such wizards gain additional effect, including duration and damage
Alteration
Any activity resulting in substantial expansion or change of a surface water management system that will increase or decrease the design discharge of the system, increase pollutant loading, change the point or points of discharge, or intrude into or otherwise adversely impact wetlands by rim ditching, draining, filling or excavation Routine custodial maintenance and repairs shall not constitute alterations
Alteration
Changing or making different
Alteration
A change made to an executed contract which has not been approved by the parties to the contract An alteration may constitute fraud if it has the impact of significantly affecting the rights of a party to the contract and was intentionally carried out by another party If fraud is found, the innocent party may void the contract
Alteration
The process of modifying one or more message elements of a message as a method of perpetrating a fraud [x919] (see also risk)
Alteration
In composition, any change made in the copy after it has been typeset to top
Alteration
The use of a sharp or flat to raise or lower a pitch from its natural state
Alteration
the act of making something different (as e g the size of a garment)
Alteration
Alteration is any change to a buildings water-heating system, space-conditioning system, lighting system, or envelope that is not an addition
Alteration
the recrystallisation of rock surrounding an igneous intrusion in response to the heat supplied by the intrusion
Alteration
A change in the mineralogy of the country rock as a result of a chemical reaction with hydrothermal solutions For example, mafic minerals such as hornblende or biotite may alter to chlorite and feldspars may alter to clay An alteration zone describes rocks which have been altered to a specific group of secondary or alteration minerals, usually around the perimeter of a mineral deposit
Alteration
the act of revising or altering (involving reconsideration and modification); "it would require a drastic revision of his opinion"
Alteration
Change in copy or specifications implying it is after production has begun
Alteration
A change to the information in a record after it is signed
Alteration
change in copy or specification made after production has begun
Alteration
In Tempus Perfectum, if a pair of semibreves are between two breves, the second one is `altered', by doubling its duration Thus, the notation would be equivalent to In order for to be read in Tempus Perfectum as B S S B, it would have to be written with a Punctus Divisionis between the semibreves
Alteration
A coin that has a date, mint mark, or other feature that has been changed, added, or removed, usually to simulate a rarer issue
Altering
modifying
alterability
The quality of being alterable; alterableness
alterability
{i} changeability, mutability
alterability
The property of being alterable
alterable
of a sentence; capable of being changed to one less severe capable of being changed or altered in some characteristic; "alterable clothing"; "alterable conditions of employment
alterable
{s} changeable, modifiable, adjustable, adaptable
alterable
Capable of being altered
alterably
In an alterable manner
alterably
changeably, in a manner that may be changed
alteration
The state of being altered; a change made in the form or nature of a thing; changed condition
alteration
{i} modification, change; correction, adjustment
alteration
the act of making something different as e
alteration
The alteration of something is the process of changing it. Her jacket was at the boutique waiting for alteration. a small change that makes someone or something slightly different, or the process of this change alteration to
alteration
the size of a garment
alterations
(Modifications) A change or modification Buildings and other personal property may frequently be changed or modified If any change or modification is contemplated, in connection with a risk that is insured, the insurance company should be notified of the proposed change so that the policy can properly describe the revised property The change is usually confirmed by means of an endorsement or rider
alterations
Illegal practice of tampering with the date, mint mark, or other feature of a coin in an attempt to be deceptive
alterations
Any change to a die after the die has been made to a pattern or print to alter the original specifications
alterations
Any change, addition or modification in construction or type of occupancy; any change in the structural members of a building, such as walls, or partitions, columns, beams, or girders; or any change which may be referred to herein as "altered" or "reconstructed"
alterations
(1) A term used to describe partial construction work performed within an existing structure (2) Remodeling without a building addition
alterations
A change to a place of public accommodation or commercial facility that affects or could affect the usability of the facility or part thereof Alterations include, but are not limited to, remodeling, renovations, rehabilitation, reconstruction, historic restoration, changes or rearrangement in structural parts or elements of a building or facility, changes or rearrangement in the configuration of walls and partitions, and extraordinary repair Minor changes, such as normal maintenance and painting are not considered to be alterations
alterations
Changes in the meaning or language of a policy An alteration cannot be made without the written consent of the insurance company
alterations
The property you are buying may have been altered by the seller Common alterations include the removal of internal walls, the blocking off or opening up of doorways or windows, the insertion of patio doors, the addition of extensions, conservatories and garages, and the creation of bedrooms in attic space with the addition of Velux or dormer windows We will check this from your survey and will make sure all Local Authority documentation for these alterations are provided by the seller's solicitors
alterations
Remodeling the interior or exterior of a structure without changing the exterior dimensions
alterations
Changes made to copy after it has been set in type
alterations
plural of alteration
alterations
Changes made in the copy after it has been set in type
alterations
Illegal practice of tampering with the date, mint mark, or other feature of a coin in an attempt to be deceptive For example, adding an "S" mintmark to a 1909-VDB Lincoln Cent struck at the Philadelphia Mint
altered
past of alter
altered
changed in form or character without becoming something else; "the altered policy promised success"; "following an altered course we soon found ourselves back in civilization"; "he looked
altered
with couded eyes and with an altered manner of breathing"-Charles Dickens having testicles or ovaries removed
alterer
{i} one who makes modifications, one who makes changes
alterer
One who alters
altering
the sterilization of an animal; "they took him to the vet for neutering"
altering
present participle of alter
alters
third-person singular of alter
Türkisch - Englisch
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) alter
alter kişilik
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) alter personality
alter
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