listen to the pronunciation of alternative
Englisch - Türkisch

Aklınızda bulunsun, bu koşullar altında başka bir alıcı bulmaktan başka alternatifimiz yok. - Bear in mind that, under such circumstances, we have no alternative but to find another buyer.

Teklif ettiğine alternatif yok mudur? - Is there no alternative to what you propose?

{s} başka

Geri çekilmekten başka seçenekleri yoktu. - They had no alternative but to retreat.

Döğüşmekten başka seçeneğimiz yoktu. - We had no alternative but to fight.

(Dilbilim) eşil
iki şıktan biri
Bk. Alternate
{i} seçenek, alternatif, şık: We had no alternative. Başka çaremiz kalmamıştı./Yapacak başka bir şey yoktu

Bu, ötekinden daha iyi. - It's better than the alternative.

iki şıktan biri I had no alternative
iki şıktan birini seçme imkanını gösteren
alternative airfield
(Askeri,Havacılık) yedek hava meydanı
alternative current
dalgalı akım
alternative hypothesis
savlı hipotez
alternative pleading
(Kanun) terditli
alternative position
(Askeri) değiştirme mevzii
alternative to
e alternatif
alternative grazing
alternatif otlatma
alternative current
alternatif akım
alternative enegry sources
Alternatif enerji kaynakları
alternative form of plot bunny
komplo alternatif bunny
alternative form of squizz
squizz alternatif formu
alternative medicine
Alternatif tıp
alternative pleading
yalvaran alternatif
alternative telecom operator
alternatif telekom operatörü
alternative to
alternative airfield
(Askeri) YEDEK HAVA MEYDANI: Acil iniş sahası olarak, veya esas yada sefer yedeği hava meydanları kullanılmaz hale geldiği veya taktik esneklik gerektiği zaman kullanılmak için gerekli asgari tesisleri bulunan hava meydanı. Ayrıca bakınız: "alternate airfield"
alternative behaviour
davranış seçeneği
alternative collating sequence
diğer birleştirme sırası
alternative design
(Otomotiv) alternatif tasarım
alternative drive systems
(Otomotiv) alternatif tahrik sistemleri
alternative firing handle
(Havacılık) yardımcı ateşleme kolu
alternative forms
(Dilbilim) eşdeğer sınav
alternative forms method
(Dilbilim) eşdeğer sınav yöntemi
alternative frequency
(Otomotiv) alternatif frekans
alternative fueled vehicle
(Otomotiv) alternatif yakıtlı taşıt
alternative grazing
(Tarım) nöbetleşe otlatma
alternative healer
(Tıp) halk hekimi
alternative hypothesis
savli hipotez
alternative interfaces
alternatif arabirimler
alternative leaves
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) almaşık yapraklar
alternative load index
(Otomotiv) alternatif yük endeksi
alternative markets
(Ticaret) alternatif piyasalar
alternative marking
(Otomotiv) alternatif işaretleme
alternative movement
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) alternatif hareket
alternative obligation
(Kanun) alternatif borç
alternative option
alternatif seçenek
alternative options
alternatif seçenekler
alternative payee
(Ticaret) alternatif lehdar
alternative payee
(Ticaret) alternatif ödenecek kişi
alternative perimeter
alternatif çevre
alternative position
(Askeri) DEĞİŞTİRME MEVZİİ: Bak. "alternate position"
alternative product project
(Tarım) alternatif ürün projesi
alternative route
secenek yol
alternative routing
secenek yol atama
alternative set
alternatif küme
alternative shift
ek tuş işlemi
alternative side street
alternatif sokak
alternative side street
seçenekli yanyol
alternative side street
almaşık yol
alternative signal
alternatif sinyal
alternative social movement
alternatif sosyal hareket
alternative solution
değişik çözüm
alternative speed limit
(Otomotiv) alternatif hız limiti
alternative technologies
alternatif teknolojiler
alternative transaction
(Ticaret) alternatif işlem
alternative vote
(Politika, Siyaset) alternatif oy
alternative/traditional healer
(Tıp) alternatif-geleneksel hekim
alternate, alternative
alternate, alternative
alternate, alternative
alternate, alternative
alternatif olarak
offer an alternative
alternatif sunmak

Alternatifler bulmamız gerek. - We need to find alternatives.

Alternatifler nelerdir? - What are the alternatives?

only alternative
Tek alternatif
(zarf) alternatif olarak
Englisch - Englisch
Relating to a choice between two or more possibilities
A choice between two or more mutually exclusive possibilities
Not traditional (an alternative lifestyle)
One of several mutually exclusive things which can be chosen
A situation which allows a mutually exclusive choice between two or more possibilities
something that may or must exist, be taken or chosen, or done instead of something else
{n} a choice of one of two things
Alternative is used to describe something that is different from the usual things of its kind, or the usual ways of doing something, in modern Western society. For example, an alternative lifestyle does not follow conventional ways of living and working. unconventional parents who embraced the alternative lifestyle of the Sixties conventional
allowing a choice; "an alternative plan"
One of several policies, plans, or projects proposed for selection by decision-makers
In the diagram definition window, select the Alternative diagram type to create an alternative version of a BP diagram
Any one of a number of transportation proposals for a project including: no-build, new alignment (offline), and network upgrade (online) Alternatives are developed during the preliminary alternatives analysis phase
One of a number of specific transportation improvement proposals, alignments, options, design choices, etc in a study Following detailed analysis, one improvement alternative is chosen for implementation Sometimes, the term "alternate" is used interchangeably with "alternative "
a philistine who differs from the stereotype What we now call A is used to be considered a good norm But in the course of time evil has replaced true values by false images with rotten content The result is a flourishing culture deprived of spiritual and moral values
Way of reducing adverse effects of hazardous materials (HAZMAT) Alternatives, as applied to HAZMAT decision-making, include, but are not limited to, substituting less hazardous or non-hazardous material; redesigning a component to exclude use of HAZMAT in manufacture, use, or maintenance; modifying processes or procedures; restricting users; consumptive use; on-demand supply; direct ordering; extending shelf life; regenerating spent material; downgrading and reuse of spent material; use of waste as raw material in other manufacturing, and combinations of those factors Alternatives are to be analyzed in a "could cost" approach, considering how to achieve the lowest cost while ensuring protection of human health and the environment
one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen; "what option did I have?"; "there no other alternative"; "my only choice is to refuse"
A reasonable way to fix the identified problem or satisfy the stated need
General term that refers to possible approaches to meeting the project purpose and need Typically refers to the No-Build Alternative, the Improved Roadway Alternative (ASDEIS IRA), and the Build Alternative
A mix of management prescriptions and land allocation applied to
A speculative project still only at the discussion stage
The answer part of a multiple-choice question A correct alternative is called a "key" An incorrect alternative is called a "distracter"
pertaining to unconventional choices; "an alternative life style"
Any one number of transportation proposals for a project including: no-build, new alignment (offline), and network upgrade (online) Alternatives are developed during the preliminary alternatives analysis phase
providing or expressing a choice, as in: An alternative to designing your own Web site is hiring a professional
One of a number of specific transportation improvement proposals, alignments, options, design choices, etc , in a defined project area For a transportation project, alternatives to be studied normally include the no-action alternative, an upgrading of the existing roadway alternative, new transportation routes and locations, transportation systems management strategies, multi-modal alternatives, if warranted, and any combinations of the above
A set of possible solutions to the collection of Problem Statements A number of Alternatives, which address the management problems to varying degrees, are identified and evaluated for their effects on people and the environment Each Alternative must address each of the management problems to some level within the range of possible solutions
someone born in a house of worship [alter native]
a possible course of action, one of several different ways to achieve an objective or vision (the term is used to describe options)
One of at least two proposed means of accomplishing planning objectives
One of two or more things, courses or propositions to be chosen (Webster, 1974) In applying this to cancer treatment this means making a choice to use some treatment other than what is traditionally offered by the medical community in the treatment of cancer itself
one of the choices available to the decision maker
Under the National Environmental Policy Act, a comprehensive management strategy When a federal agency is considering an action, the agency must develop and analyze a range of alternatives The alternatives must show a reasonable range of actions, including a "no action" alternative
One of a number of specific transportation improvement proposals, alignments, options, design choices, etc , in a defined study area For a transportation project, alternatives to be studied normally include the no-action alternative, an upgrading of the existing roadway alternative, new transportation routes and locations, transportation systems management strategies, multi-modal alternatives, if warranted, and any combinations of the above
Guitar-based rock with desultory male vocalists or chirpy female vocalists It grew in response to the last gasp of dinosaur bands from the 1970s and from the commercial success of bands such as Nirvana and Pearl Jam Also known as modern rock
A non-mainstream comic The rec arts comics alternative charter and FAQ contain a definition of alternative which spells out how to determine whether or not a comic is alternative The archetypical alternative is Cerebus, published by Dave Sim's Aardvark-Vanaheim
Alternative energy uses natural sources of energy such as the sun, wind, or water for power and fuel, rather than oil, coal, or nuclear power. W3S2 something you can choose to do or use instead of something else alternative to
A choice between more than two things; one of several things offered to choose among
An alternative plan or offer is different from the one that you already have, and can be done or used instead. There were alternative methods of travel available = other, alternate
An offer of two things, one of which may be chosen, but not both; a choice between two things, so that if one is taken, the other must be left
The form alternate is sometimes used, especially in American English, instead of alternative in meanings 3., 4., and 5
One of several things which can be chosen
Offering a choice of two things
Thus when two things offer a choice of one only, the two things are called alternatives
A choice between two or more possibilities
Having more than one choice
necessitating a choice between mutually exclusive possibilities; "`either' and `or' in `either this or that'"
If one thing is an alternative to another, the first can be found, used, or done instead of the second. New ways to treat arthritis may provide an alternative to painkillers
{s} optional
Either of two things or propositions offered to one's choice
A situation which allows a choice between two or more possibilities
The course of action or the thing offered in place of another
necessitating a choice between mutually exclusive possibilities; "`either' and `or' in `either this or that'" pertaining to unconventional choices; "an alternative life style
Disjunctive; as, an alternative conjunction
Alternative medicine uses traditional ways of curing people, such as medicines made from plants, massage, and acupuncture. alternative health care
{i} choice, option
pertaining to unconventional choices; "an alternative life style
Alternate; reciprocal
alternative algebra
An algebra such that every subalgebra generated by two elements is associative
alternative country
A subgenre of country music meshing traditional forms of country music with such non-country musical styles including folk, pop, punk and heavy metal
alternative dispute resolution
: Resolution of a dispute through negotiation, mediation, arbitration, or similar means, as opposed to litigation
alternative energy
Energy derived from any source other than fossil fuels
alternative energy
Energy derived from any renewable source; i.e other than fossil fuels or nuclear fission
alternative hypotheses
plural form of alternative hypothesis
alternative hypothesis
A rival hypothesis to the null hypothesis, whose likelihoods are compared by a statistical hypothesis test
alternative lifestyle
Any lifestyle generally perceived to be outside the norm of its culture
alternative lifestyles
plural form of alternative lifestyle
alternative medicine
any of various medical methods and practices used in place of, or as well as, conventional medicine
alternative rock
A genre of rock music, normally published on independent labels, comprising many subgenres
alternative universe
Alternative form of alternate universe
alternative vote
A voting system in which each voter lists the candidates in order of preference. At each stage the candidate with the least votes is excluded and their votes transferred according to the voters preferences
alternative education
{i} nontraditional education, teaching methods that are based on new or non-standard educational philosophy
alternative accommodation
other living quarters, another place to stay
alternative birth
a method of childbirth that avoids intrusive high-tech medicine in favor of more natural and homely settings
alternative cemetery
cemetery offering alternative burial conditions
alternative country
{i} alt-country, style of country music
alternative dispute resolution
ADR, method of conflict resolution which involves intervention by a third party mediator and strives to find an agreeable solution for both sides of the conflict
alternative energy
Sources of energy outside the traditional use of fossil fuel which is derived from living matter and is finite
alternative energy
Any of various renewable power sources to use in place of fossil fuels and uranium. Fusion devices (see nuclear fusion) are believed by some to be the best long-term option, because their primary energy source would be deuterium, abundant in ordinary water. Other technologies include solar energy, wind power, tidal power, wave power, hydroelectric power, and geothermal energy. The amount of energy in such renewable and virtually pollution-free sources is large in relation to world energy needs, yet at present only a small portion of it can be converted to electric power at reasonable cost
alternative energy
energy that is not popularly used and is usually environmentally sound, such as solar or wind energy (as opposed to fossil fuels)
alternative energy
(énergie de remplacement) Alternative energy is generally defined as including renewable energy sources, such as biomass, small hydro, solar, wind, geothermal, tidal energy and photovoltaic conversion systems In addition, the term covers new transportation fuels (such as ethanol from renewable energy sources) and new applications of conventional energy sources (such as the use of propane and natural gas as automotive fuels, and batteries in electric vehicles)
alternative energy
Refers to a host of non-carbon based providers of fuel and electricity Clearly, the world's reliance on fossil fuels has resulted in a multitude of environmental, social, and economic problems Cleaner, cheaper, more reliable sources of energy are available for use by factories, cars and trucks, buildings Some examples include: fuel cells, solar, wind, biofuels, and waves Learn more at: Alternative Enegy Institute
alternative energy
energy derived from sources that do not use up natural resources or harm the environment
alternative energy
Energy derived from nontraditional sources (e g , compressed natural gas, solar, hydroelectric, wind)
alternative energy source
sources of energy other than the standard ones (such as solar, hydro-electric, etc.)
alternative fuel
A substance other than gasoline or diesel fuel, such as electricity, natural gas, hydrogen, and fuel cells
alternative fuel
- A liquid or gaseous nonpetroleum fuel, used to power transit vehicles Usually refers to alcohol fuels, mineral fuels, natural gas, and hydrogen
alternative fuel
Sustainable, non-petroleum fuel with energy, security, and environmental benefits Examples include methanol, denatured ethanol, natural gas, hydrogen, electricity from solar, hydro, or wind energy
alternative fuel
are fuels such as methanol, ethanol, natural gas, and liquid petroleum gas that are cleaner and help to meet mobile and stationary emission standards These fuels may be used in place of less clean fuels for powering motor vehicles
alternative fuel
Any fuel (gaseous, liquid, or solid) that may be used in lieu of natural gas Electricity shall not be considered as an alternative fuel for purposes of conversion
alternative fuel
As defined under the Energy Policy Act (EPAct) of 1992: Compressed Natural Gas (CNG); Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG); Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG)/Propane; Methanol; Ethanol; Electric; Biodiesel Hybrid vehicles are also generally included as alternative fuel vehicles, though are currently not defined under EPAct
alternative fuel
any fuel for vehicles other than petroleum-based fuels examples: solar, electric, compressed natural gas, propane, alcohol, and hydrogen biomass - renewable source of energy that has been stored as plant and animal material; producing fuels from living materials or decayed waste materials; examples: manure, wood, compost, ethanol from corn, methane from landfillscalorie amount of heat energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 kilogram of water
alternative fuel
Transportation fuels other than gasoline or diesel Includes natural gas, methanol, and ethanol
alternative lifestyle
the way that someone lives their life, when this is not the usual way that other people live
alternative medicine
Practices not generally recognized by the medical community as standard or conventional medical approaches and used instead of standard treatments
alternative medicine
Any form of practice that is outside the realm of conventional
alternative medicine
a health field other than traditional allopathic (medicine) health field
alternative medicine
Treatment procedures that are not supported by mainstream medicine, often because of lack of supporting experimental data
alternative medicine
any treatment outside the usually accepted medical therapies for disease processes
alternative medicine
any form of therapy used alone, without recommended standard/conventional treatment
alternative medicine
it is a term used to describe health care practices that come from a wide variety of cultures, are intended to restore health, and are not a part of common medical practice in the United States
alternative medicine
Health care services outside the traditional medical practice, this type of care can include such therapies as: acupuncture, holistic medicine, homeopathy, non-medical massage therapy, herbal therapy, hypnosis, naturopathy, and biofeedback
alternative medicine
encompasses many different disciplines and treatments The glossary below briefly describes some popular terms and offers resources to learn more
alternative medicine
method of treatment involving message herbal treatments and other means
alternative medicine
The use of various non-drug, non-surgical related therapies Using natural means of treatment
alternative medicine
the practice of medicine without the use of drugs; may involve herbal medicines or self-awareness or biofeedback or acupuncture
alternative medicine
alternative medicine
A variety of therapeutic or preventive health care practices, such as homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic, and herbal medicine, that do not follow generally accepted medical methods and may not have a scientific explanation for their effectiveness. or complementary medicine Any of a broad range of healing approaches not used in conventional Western medicine. Many are holistic (see holistic medicine); many also emphasize prevention and education. Alternative therapies include acupuncture, aromatherapy, Ayurveda medicine, Chinese medicine, chiropractic, herbal medicine, homeopathy, massage, meditation, naturopathy, therapeutic touch, and Yoga. Though considered alternative in the West, such medicine is the main source of health care for up to 80% of people in less-developed countries. Some alternative-medicine practices are useless or harmful; others are effective and may offer treatments in areas where conventional approaches have not succeeded (e.g., chronic disorders)
alternative medicine
Practices not generally accepted as part of the conceptual or methodological approaches used by licensed physicians or other licensed health care providers
alternative medicine
Treatments that have not traditionally been used in standard Western medicine, and are not widely taught in medical schools These may include naturopathic medicine (herbs and plants), homeopathy, traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic medicine, and others
alternative pathway
The activation of complement by direct contact with polysaccharides located on yeast cells, bacteria, or protozoa. It is a nonspecific immune response that does not rely on antibodies or T cells
alternative plan
another plan, other course of action, another strategy
alternative pleading
a pleading that alleges facts so separate that it is difficult to determine which facts the person intends to rely on
alternative power plants
(Otomotiv) Hybrids, fuel cells, and other innovations designed to replace the internal combustion engine
alternative product
substitute product, product that may be purchased in place of another product
alternative remedy
alternative solution; medical remedy other than the conventional one
alternative school
A school that is nontraditional, especially in educational ideals, methods of teaching, or curriculum
alternatively to alternative
third alternative, as an alternative to an alternative claim
in an alternative way

Most people living alternatively have strong pro-environmental values and, unlike many 'greens' in mainstream society, are generally able to apply their values in day-to-day life.

Used to link a pair of possibilities
{a} by turns, in succession
in place of, or as an alternative to; "Felix became a herpetologist instead"; "alternatively we could buy a used car"
Acting by turns; alternate
one or the other
in place of, or as an alternative to; "Felix became a herpetologist instead"; "alternatively we could buy a used car
You use alternatively to introduce a suggestion or to mention something different to what has just been stated. Allow about eight hours for the drive from Calais. Alternatively, you can fly to Brive
In the manner of alternatives, or that admits the choice of one out of two things
one or the other, in place of; as an alternative, on the other hand
A list of possible choices from which you may select only one, as in "Would you like door A, B, or C?" Alternatives in regular expressions are separated with a vertical bar: | Alternatives in normal Perl expressions are separated with a double vertical bar: || You might say there are two alternatives for alternatives (Then again, you might not Your choice )
Review of the means available and the impact of trade-offs to attain the objectives
Use nonaerosol (pump-spray, roll-on or liquid) products
The various options available
A set of one or more options provided to the client to solve resource problems or address opportunities and achieve proper management of the resources
Courses of action that may meet the objectives of a proposal at varying levels of accomplishment, including the most likely future conditions without the project or action
methods that refine existing tests to minimize animal distress, reduce the number of animals needed for an experiment, or replace whole-animal tests
A reasonable range of options that can accomplish an agency’s objectives
Actions and products that can be substituted for environmentally harmful and hazardous ones
in relation to objectives, policies and methods of implementation, the principal alternative means available to achieve the purpose of the Act
A major prevention model and approach to substance abuse prevention The underlying assumption is that illicit drug use becomes a less attractive outlet for individuals who are involved with constructive activities of their own choosing
– Options that exist for a subject who is thinking about participating in research
Alternatives provide the range of choices people consider before making a decision Comparing the value of alternatives allows us to make better choices
Several alternative actions for a decision maker to choose from (page 788)
plural of alternative
Courses of action which may meet the objectives of a proposal at varying levels of accomplishment, including the most likely future conditions without the project or action
a choice (or option) available when making a decision A student's after -school alternatives might include going to the park playing a video game and doing homework
there is an alternative
there is something else that can be done, there is another method which can be executed
there is no alternative
there is nothing else that can be done, there is no another method which can be executed