censor

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} sansür

Sansür hakkında ne düşünüyorsun? - What do you think of censorship?

Ben sansüre inanıyorum. Onun sayesinde bir servet yaptım. - I believe in censorship. I made a fortune out of it.

sansürden geçirmek
(Politika, Siyaset) sansür etmek
eleştirici
sansürcü
{f} sansürle

Ben Tatoeba'yı ilk olarak hangi ülkenin sansürleyeceğini merak ediyorum. - I wonder what country will censor Tatoeban first.

Onların sözleşmelerini sansürlemem. - I don't censor their articles.

{f} sansürlemek

Sansürlemek gerçeği saklamaz. - Censoring won't hide the truth.

{i} sansür memuru
mektup ve yazışmaları okuyan görevli bilinçaltını kontrol etme gücü
{i} bilinçaltını kontrol etme gücü
{i} okul
(isim) sansürcü, sansür memuru, denetçi, mektup ve yazışmaları okuyan görevli (ordu, okul); bilinçaltını kontrol etme gücü
{f} sansür uygulamak
{i} mektup ve yazışmaları okuyan görevli ordu
(Askeri) SANSÜR ETMEK: Askeri değerdeki haberlerin düşman eline geçmesine engel olmak için mektuplaşmalar ile telgraf, ajans haberi, sinema filmi, radyo yayınları ve diğer her çeşit haberleşme vasıtalarını kontrol ve tetkik etmek
{i} denetçi
sansör
sıkıdenetimci
(Sinema) denetleyici
(Tıp) sensor
mektup ve yazışmaları okuyan görevli
censoring
{i} sansürleme

Sansürlemek gerçeği saklamaz. - Censoring won't hide the truth.

to censor
sıkıdenetimden geçirmek
censored
sansür edilmiş
censoring
sansürleyerek
censoring
sansürleyen
censoring
{f} sansürle

Sansürlemek gerçeği saklamaz. - Censoring won't hide the truth.

censored
sansürlü
censoring
sansürlemek

Sansürlemek gerçeği saklamaz. - Censoring won't hide the truth.

self-censor
Kendi kendini sansürleme, otosansür, kendi kendini kontrol altına alma, kendi sınırlarına uyma
chief military censor
(Askeri) ASKERİ SANSÜR ŞEFİ: Bir bölgedeki askeri sansür faaliyetlerine nezaret ve askeri sansür grubuna komuta etmek üzere, bölgedeki genel karargah istihbarat şube müdürü tarafından tayin edilen subay
self censor
(Politika, Siyaset) otosansür
to censor
sansür etmek
unit censor
(Askeri) BİRLİK SANSÜR SUBAYI: Bir bölük, batarya veya benzeri birlikte sansür işlerini yapan subay ve astsubay
Türkisch - Türkisch
Roma'nın cumhuriyet olduğu dönemde, önceleri yurttaşların daha sonraları ise senatörlerin listelerini düzenleyen devlet memurlarına verilen ad
Englisch - Englisch
To remove objectionable content

Occupying powers typically censor anything reeking of resistance.

Censors Ensure No Secrets Over Radios
A hypothetical subconscious agency which filters unacceptable thought before it reaches the conscious
An official responsible for the removal of objectionable or sensitive content

The headmaster is an even stricter censor for his boarding pupils' correspondence than the enemy censors had been for his own when the country was occupied.

To review in order to remove objectionable content from correspondence or public media, either by legal criteria or with discretionary powers

The man responsible for censoring films has seen some things in his time.

A Roman magistrate, originally a census administrator, by Classical times a high judge of public behavior and morality

The Ancient censors were part of the cursus honorum'', a series of public offices held during a political career, like consuls and praetors.

One who censures or condemns
an official examiner of manuscripts empowered to prohibit their publication
{n} a Roman magistrate who taxed estates and inspected the manners of citizens
subject to political, religious, or moral censorship; "This magazine is censored by the government"
One who is empowered to examine manuscripts before they are committed to the press, and to forbid their publication if they contain anything obnoxious; an official in some European countries
forbid the public distribution of ( a movie or a newspaper)
judge critically on the publication, communications, etc
A critic; a reviewer
A censor is a person who has been officially appointed to examine letters or the media and to cut out any parts that are regarded as secret. The report was cleared by the American military censors
One given to fault-finding; a censurer
If someone in authority censors a book, play, or film, they officially examine it and cut out any parts that are considered to be immoral or inappropriate. ITV companies tend to censor bad language in feature films
a person who is authorized to read publications or correspondence or to watch theatrical performances and suppress in whole or in part anything considered obscene or politically unacceptable
A Roman census administrator, also a judge of public behavior and morality
A censor is a person who has been officially appointed to examine plays, films, and books and to cut out any parts that are considered to be immoral. the British Board of Film Censors. someone whose job is to examine books, films, letters etc and remove anything considered to be offensive, morally harmful, or politically dangerous censorship. to examine books, films, letters etc to remove anything that is considered offensive, morally harmful, or politically dangerous etc censorship, ban ban. In ancient eastern Asia, a government official whose primary duty was to scrutinize the conduct of officials and rulers. During the Qin (221-206 BC) and Han (206 BC-AD 220) dynasties, the censor's function was to criticize the emperor's acts, but in later periods the censorate was expanded and became an instrument for imperial control of the bureaucracy. Censors checked important documents, supervised construction projects, reviewed judicial proceedings, kept watch over state property, and looked for cases of subversion and corruption
{f} remove material (from books, movies, etc.) which is considered offensive or immoral
If someone in authority censors letters or the media, they officially examine them and cut out any information that is regarded as secret. The military-backed government has heavily censored the news
A metal container with a perforated lid, used as an incense burner for rituals, Sabbats, and spell work It is symbolic of the element of air
One who condemns or censors
{i} person who censors (books, movies, etc.)
To review in order to remove objectionable content
One of two magistrates of Rome who took a register of the number and property of citizens, and who also exercised the office of inspector of morals and conduct
censor morum
A censor of morals
bleep censor
A software module, manually operated by a broadcast technician, putting a five-second broadcast delay on the live content, providing time to censor the audio (and video) feed, and used to censor out what many consider "inappropriate" audio content during a live broadcast signal and replace it with a bleep signal
censored
Having had objectionable content removed; being something someone has censored
censored
Simple past tense and past participle of censor
censoring
An act of censorship
Cato the Censor
{i} Marcus Porcius Cato, Cato the Elder (234 B.C-149 B.C.), Roman statesman and reputed soldier, writer who wrote the first history of Rome
censored
past of censor
censored
suppressed or subject to censorship; "the censored press in some countries"
censored
suppressed or subject to censorship; "the censored press in some countries
censoring
deleting parts of publications or correspondence or theatrical performances
censoring
deleting parts of publications or correspondence or theatrical performances counterintelligence achieved by banning or deleting any information of value to the enemy
censoring
counterintelligence achieved by banning or deleting any information of value to the enemy
censoring
present participle of censor
censors
third-person singular of censor
censors
plural of censor
chief military censor
one who is responsible for concealing matters of the army, main authority for concealing military issues from the general public
censor
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