listen to the pronunciation of censorship
Englisch - Türkisch

Sansür dört harfli kelimenin kendisinden daha çok kirli zihinleri besler. - Censorship feeds the dirty mind more than the four-letter word itself.

Melbourne polisi sansür yasalarını ihlal ettiği için kitapçıya baskın düzenledi. - The Melbourne police raided the bookstore for violating censorship laws.

(Askeri) sansürlük
(Basın) yayından kaldırma
(Askeri) SANSÜR, SANSÜRLÜK: Ayrıca bakınız: "armed forces censorship, civil censorship, field press censorship, military censorship, national censorship, primary censorship, prisoner of war censorship, secondary censorship"
{i} sansür kurulu
{i} sansür, sansür işleri
censorship mechanism
sansür mekanizması
armed forces censorship
silahlı kuvvetler sansürü
primary censorship
ESAS SANSÜR, TEMEL SANSÜR: Bölük, batarya, süvari bölüğü, gemi, mevki, üs ve benzeri birlik personeli tarafından, birliğe tahsis edilmiş, emrine verilmiş veya diğer şekilde birlik sorumluluğuna intikal etmiş personelin şahsi haberleşmeleri üzerinde uygulanan silahlı kuvvetler sansürü
armed forces censorship
(Askeri) SİLAHLI KUVVETLER SANSÜRÜ: Silahlı kuvvetlere mensup şahıslara veya bu kuvvetlere refakat eden yada hizmet gören kimselere ait, gelen ve giden şahsi haberleşmelerin incelenmesi ve kontrolu. Ayrıca bakınız: "censorship"
base censorship
(Askeri) ESAS SANSÜR: Birlik sansüründen daha yukarı kademelerde yapılan askeri sansür. Bak. "Unit censorship"
civil censorship
dramatic censorship
(Tiyatro) oyun yasaklanması
field press censorship
(Askeri) SAHRA BASIN SANSÜRÜ: A. B. D. Silahlı Kuvvetlerinin yetkisine bağlı haber malzemesinin halka dağıtılması tasarlanan bütün bilgi ve malzeme de dahil, güvenlik bakımından gözden geçirilmesi. Ayrıca bakınız: "censorship"
field press censorship; final planning conference
(Askeri) sahrada basına sansür; son planlama konferansı
military censorship
(Askeri) ASKERİ SANSÜR: ABD silahlı kuvvetleri personeli tarafından idare edilen ve silahlı kuvvetler sansürü, sivil sansür, harb esirleri sansürü, sahra basın sansürünü içine alan, her çeşit sansür. Ayrıca bakınız: "censorship". Not: ABD savunma kurulu, tanımı genel olarak herhangi bir ülkenin silahlı kuvvetler personeli için yapmıştır
municipal censorship
(Sinema) belediye sansürü
national censorship
(Askeri) MİLLİ SANSÜR: Amerika Birleşik Devletleri ve ona ait dış toprakların sınırlarından giren, çıkan veya geçen haberleşmelerin sivil makamlar nezaretinde muayene ve kontrolü. Ayrıca bakınız: "censorship"
prisoner of war censorship
(Askeri) HARP ESİRLERİ SANSÜRÜ: Amerikan Silahlı Kuvvetleri elindeki harp esirleri ile sivil enternelere gelen ve bunlar tarafından gönderilen mektupların kontrolu. Ayrıca bakınız: "censorship"
secondary censorship
(Askeri) TALİ SANSÜR: Amerikan Silahlı Kuvvetlerine mensup subayların, sivil memurların ve bu kuvvetlere refakat eden sivil şahısların şahsi haberleşmeleri ile Silahlı Kuvvetler esas sansürüne tabi olmayan veya tabi olup da yeniden incelenmeye ihtiyaç gösteren Silahlı Kuvvetler mensubu eratın şahsi haberleşmeleri üzerinde icra edilen sansür. Ayrıca bakınız: "censorship"
subjected to censorship
(Kanun) sansüre maruz kalmış
unit censorship
(Askeri) BİRLİK SANSÜRÜ: Bir bölük, batarya veya benzeri birliğin subayları tarafından bu birliğin emrine veya kuruluşuna verilmiş olan haberleşmesi üzerinde uygulanan askeri sansür
Englisch - Englisch
The use of state or group power to control freedom of expression, such as passing laws to prevent media from being published or propagated
{n} the office or dignity of a censor
Censorship is the censoring of books, plays, films, or reports, especially by government officials, because they are considered immoral or secret in some way. The government today announced that press censorship was being lifted. the practice or system of censoring something. Act of changing or suppressing speech or writing that is considered subversive of the common good. In the past, most governments believed it their duty to regulate the morals of their people; only with the rise in the status of the individual and individual rights did censorship come to seem objectionable. Censorship may be preemptive (preventing the publication or broadcast of undesirable information) or punitive (punishing those who publish or broadcast offending material). In Europe, both the Roman Catholic and Protestant churches practiced censorship, as did the absolute monarchies of the 17th and 18th centuries. Authoritarian governments such as those in China, Cuba, Saudi Arabia, and the former Soviet Union have employed pervasive censorship, which is generally opposed by underground movements engaged in the circulation of samizdat literature. In the U.S. in the 20th century, censorship focused largely on works of fiction deemed guilty of obscenity (e.g., James Joyce's Ulysses and D.H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover), though periodic acts of political censorship also occurred (e.g., the effort to purge school textbooks of possible left-wing content in the 1950s). In the late 20th century, some called for censorship of so-called hate speech, language deemed threatening (or sometimes merely offensive) to various subsections of the population. Censorship in the U.S. is usually opposed by the American Civil Liberties Union. In Germany after World War II it became a crime to deny the Holocaust or to publish pro-Nazi publications. See also Pentagon Papers
The prevention of disturbing or painful thoughts, feelings or actions from reaching consciousness except in a disguised form, especially consciousness of psychosocial pathology
Not allowing certain information to be disseminated 10 5
Legal or social practices aiming to bar the creation or dissemination (e g , the publication or public display) of disapproved forms of artistic expression
broadly, any government restrictions on speech or writing; more precisely, government restrictions on forms of expression before they are disseminated
deleting parts of publications or correspondence or theatrical performances
The office or power of a censor; as, to stand for a censorship
{i} criticism; suppression of material deemed objectionable
counterintelligence achieved by banning or deleting any information of value to the enemy
The practice of suppressing material that is considered morally, politically, or otherwise objectionable
Restricting free expression of the editing of public information which as banning of books and movies
corporate censorship
The use of corporate influence to limit freedom of expression achieved through refusal to sell a product, or refusal to advertise or allow airtime.2000, Timothy Jay, Why We Curse: A Neuro-psycho-social Theory of Speech, John Benjamins Publishing Company, ISBN 1556197586:
primary censorship
Armed forces censorship performed by personnel of a military unit on the personal communications of persons assigned to that unit
armed forces censorship
military censorship of personal communications to or from persons in the armed forces
civil censorship
military censorship of civilian communications (correspondence or printed matter of films) entering or leaving of circulating within territories controlled by armed forces
field press censorship
security review of news (including all information or material intended for dissemination to the public) subject to the jurisdiction of the armed forces
military censorship
censoring of information by the military
military censorship
all types of censorship conducted by personnel of the armed forces
national censorship
censorship under civil authority of communications entering or leaving of crossing the borders of the United States or its territories or possessions
prisoner of war censorship
military censorship of communication to and from prisoners of war and civilian internees held by the armed forces
secondary censorship
armed forces censorship of the personal communications of officers or civilian employees or enlisted personnel not subject to primary censorship