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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} mecburi askerlik
{i} zorunlu hizmet
el koyma
askere alma
askere çağırma
askerlik çağrısı
{i} varlık vergisi
(Askeri) ASKERE ALMA, HİZMETE ALMA: Askerlik hizmetine veya milli sağlık, güvenlik, refah veya menfaatle ilgili bir hizmete alma
(Askeri) Vazife olarak askerlik yapmak
{i} mecburi görev
{i} savaş vergisi
mecburi hizmet
(Askeri) sevk
conscription of wealth
(fiil)rlık vergisi, savaş vergisi
conscription of wealth
varlık vergisi
conscription of wealth
savaş vergisi
Englisch - Englisch
involuntary labor, especially military service, demanded by some established authority
{n} an enrollment, a registering
A system of compulsory recruitment for the armed services
A compulsory enrollment of men for military or naval service; a draft
Both the Confederates (in 1862) and the Union (in 1863) raised manpower during the Civil War by military draft, or conscription This coercive measure was resented in both the North and the South and was the cause of a riot in New York City The bulk of the fighting forces in both armies were raised through voluntary enlistment
An enrolling or registering
n compulsory enrolment of men for service in the armed forces
Compulsory military service
system of required military service
{i} draft, induction (into military service); governmental requisition of money or property
Conscription is officially making people in a particular country join the armed forces. All adult males will be liable for conscription. when people are made to join the army, navy etc = draft. or draft Compulsory enrollment for service in a country's armed forces. It has existed at least since the Egyptian Old Kingdom in the 27th century BC. It usually takes the form of selective service rather than universal conscription. (The latter generally refers to compulsory military service by all able-bodied men between certain ages, though a few countries notably Israel have also drafted women.) In the 19th century Prussia's system of building up a large standing army through conscription became the model for competing European powers. During the American Civil War both the federal government and the Confederacy instituted a draft, but the U.S. did not use it again until entering World War I in 1917. Like the U.S., Britain abandoned conscription at the end of World War I but reverted to it when World War II threatened. During the ensuing Cold War, Britain retained the draft until 1960 and the U.S. until 1973. See also U.S. Army
Belonging to, or of the nature of, a conspiration