dismiss

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} azletmek
kovmak

Ken'i kovmak zorundayım. - I have to dismiss Ken.

{f} işten çıkarmak
(Askeri) PAYDOS ETMEK: Herhangi bir eğitim, tören veya düzenden sonra dağılmak üzere bir birliğe emir vermek
düşünmemek
(Askeri) Paydos, dağılma
el çektirmek
{f} bırakmak
görevden uzaklaştırmak
gitmesine izin vermek
(Kanun) davanın reddi
çıkarmak
ilişiğini kesmek
kapı dışarı etmek
(Bilgisayar) bırak
kafasından çıkarmak
(işten) çıkarmak
yol vermek
çıkar

Yaşlı olduğundan dolayı işten çıkarıldı. - Henry was dismissed because he was old.

Müdür onu işten çıkarma ile tehdit etti. - The manager threatened him with dismissal.

göndermek
kov

O erkeklerin çoğunu işten kovdu. - He dismissed most of his men.

Onun kovulması garip. - It is strange for him to be dismissed.

{f} 1. işten çıkarmak, kovmak; görevden almak, görevden uzaklaştırmak: The Prime Minister has dismissed two members of her cabinet. Başbakan dismiss from one's mind aklından çıkarmak, düşünmemek
{f} reddetmek (dava)
azletme
defetmek bırakmak
müsaade
dağılın
{f} açığa çıkarmak
{f} ihraç etmek
azledilme
gitmesine müsaade etmek
dismissal yol verme
bertaraf etmek
izin
{f} işten atmak
{f} affetmek
{f} savmak
{f} salıvermek
dismiss from mind aklından çıkarmak
işten çıkarmak, kovmak; görevden almak, görevden uzaklaştırmak: The Prime Minister has dismissed two members of her cabinet. Başbakan dismiss from one's mind aklından çıkarmak, düşünmemek
{f} işten kovmak
{f} görevden almak
atmak
(Bilgisayar) son ver
reddetmek
yürütmek
(Bilgisayar) artık anımsatma
dismissal
kovma
dismissal
{i} işten çıkarma

Müdür onu işten çıkarma ile tehdit etti. - The manager threatened him with dismissal.

dismiss all
(Bilgisayar) tümünü bırak
dismiss all
(Bilgisayar) hiçbirini anımsatma
dismiss item
(Bilgisayar) öğeyi bırak
dismiss the case
(Kanun) davayı reddetmek
dismiss the case
(Kanun) davayı düşürme
dismiss an action
bir davayı reddetmek
dismiss a case
bir davaya son vermek
dismiss as
olarak görevden
dismiss from
(Fiili Deyim ) -den kovmak , izin vermek
dismiss from one's mind
aklından çıkarmak
dismiss from one's mind
kafasından çıkarıp atmak
dismissal
reddetme
dismissal
ret
dismissal
izin
dismissal
(Kanun) davanın reddi
dismissal
açığa çıkarmak
dismissal
işten çıkarılma
dismissal
(Politika, Siyaset) uzaklaştırma
dismissal
gönderme
dismissed
azledilmek
dismissed
görevden alınmak
dismissed
atılmak
dismissed
kovulmak
dismissive
kibirli

Kibirli olduğunuzu bilmiyor musunuz? - Don't you know that you're being dismissive?

dismissive
saygısız

Saygısız insanlardan nefret ederim. - I hate dismissive people.

dismissal
{i} görevden alma
dismissal
düşünmeme
dismissal
çıkarma

Müdür onu işten çıkarma ile tehdit etti. - The manager threatened him with dismissal.

dismissal
bırakma
dismissal
kafasından çıkarma
dismissal
kovulma
dismission
atılma
dismissed
kov

Onun kovulması için hiçbir sebep yok. - There is no reason why he should be dismissed.

Onun kovulması garip. - It is strange for him to be dismissed.

dismissive
Dikkate değer olmayan, itibara değer olmayan, ciddiye almaya değer olmayan
dismissal
reddetme/izin/kovma
dismissal
{i} ciddiye almayı reddetme
dismissal
{i} gitmesine izin verme
dismissal
{i} aklından çıkarma
dismissal
{i} (davayı) reddetme
dismissal
{i} azat
dismissal
azletme
dismissal
(Askeri) İhraç
dismissal
{i} af
dismissal
(Askeri) TARD, İHRAÇ: Bir sıkıyönetim mahkemesi veya askeri mahkemenin tard kararı ile bir subay veya subay adayının hizmetten şerefsiz bir şekilde çıkarılması
dismissively
hor görerek
dismissively
ilgisizce
Englisch - Englisch
To order to leave

The soldiers were dismissed after the parade.

To get a batsman out

He was dismissed for 99 runs.

To give someone a red card; to send off
To dispel; to rid one's mind of

He dismissed all thoughts of acting again.

To discharge; to end the employment or service of

The company dismissed me after less than a year.

To reject; to refuse to accept

The court dismissed the case.

{v} to fend or put away, discard, depose
If you are dismissed by someone in authority, they tell you that you can go away from them. Two more witnesses were called, heard and dismissed
To discard; to remove or discharge from office, service, or employment; as, the king dismisses his ministers; the matter dismisses his servant
cease to consider; put out of judicial consideration; "This case is dismissed!"
bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances" cease to consider; put out of judicial consideration; "This case is dismissed!" end one's encounter with somebody by causing or permitting the person to leave; "I was dismissed after I gave my report" stop associating with; "They dropped her after she had a child out of wedlock
If you dismiss something, you decide or say that it is not important enough for you to think about or consider. Mr Wakeham dismissed the reports as speculation I would certainly dismiss any allegations of impropriety by the Labour Party = discount
{f} send away; fire; release, free
In a legal context, to terminate a case without a complete trial
When an employer dismisses an employee, the employer tells the employee that they are no longer needed to do the job that they have been doing. the power to dismiss civil servants who refuse to work = sack, fire
Dismission
If you dismiss something from your mind, you stop thinking about it. I dismissed him from my mind `It's been a lovely day,' she said, dismissing the episode. = banish
To send away; to give leave of departure; to cause or permit to go; to put away
terminate the employment of; "The boss fired his secretary today"; "The company terminated 25% of its workers"
To dispel; to rid ones mind of
stop associating with; "They dropped her after she had a child out of wedlock
Termination of a case The court may enter an order dismissing a case for cause or the prosecuting attorney for the state may dismiss the matter for reasons such as lack of evidence, death of a witness, or because the matter is to be refiled due to the original indictment being defective, etc
To terminate legal action involving outstanding charges against a defendant in a criminal case Motion to Dismiss is when the defense attorney asks the Court to dismiss the case
bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances"
When a judge dismisses a case against someone, he or she formally states that there is no need for a trial, usually because there is not enough evidence for the case to continue. An American judge yesterday dismissed murder charges against Dr Jack Kevorkian. their attempt to have the case against them dismissed
To lay aside or reject as unworthy of attentions or regard, as a petition or motion in court
stop associating with; "They dropped her after she had a child out of wedlock"
A complaint is dismissed if a complaint analysis determines it is not appropriate for IG investigation because
end one's encounter with somebody by causing or permitting the person to leave; "I was dismissed after I gave my report"
declare void; "The President dissolved the parliament and called for new elections"
dismiss from
fire from
dismiss a charge
cancel a legal claim or case against someone
dismiss a suggestion
reject a proposal
dismissal
Deprivation of office; the fact or process of being fired from employment or stripped of rank
dismissal
The rejection of a legal proceeding, or a claim or charge made therein
dismissal
Removal from consideration; putting something out of one's mind, mentally disregarding something or someone
dismissal
Release from confinement; liberation
dismissal
The act of sending someone away
dismissal
A written or spoken statement of such an act
dismissal
displacement by authority from an office or an employment
dismissal
When an employee is dismissed from their job, you can refer to their dismissal. Mr Low's dismissal from his post at the head of the commission
dismissal
{n} dismissing, removal from office
dismissed
{a} sent away, put out discharged
dismission
{n} a sending off or away, a discharge
dismissal
the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart) permission to go; the sending away of someone official notice that you have been fired from your job
dismissal
a judgment disposing of the matter without a trial
dismissal
(Gr Apolysis; Sl Otpust) The closing prayers and benediction, including the dismissal hymn (Apolytikion) in church service
dismissal
A student is subject to dismissal when he/she has earned a cumulative grade point average of less than 2 0 in all units attempted in each of three consecutive semesters A student must see a counselor to petition for readmission
dismissal
Dismissal of something means deciding or saying that it is not important. their high-handed dismissal of public opinion
dismissal
is the involuntary termination of employment when the employee has contravened the restrictions on political partisanship (renvoi pour partialité politique)
dismissal
{i} sending away; firing from a position (or job, etc.)
dismissal
A decision by a judge to end the prosecution of a case without deciding whether the defendant is guilty or not guilty
dismissal
official notice that you have been fired from your job
dismissal
Involuntary separation of an employee, excluding layoffs
dismissal
The termination of a lawsuit A dismissal without prejudice allows a lawsuit to be brought before the court again at a later time In contrast, a dismissal with prejudice prevents the lawsuit from being brought before a court in the future
dismissal
Decision by a court to terminate adjudication of all outstanding charges, an action justified when the pre-interview investigation and the facts disclosed in discussing the case with the juvenile and his or her parents indicate to the probation officer that the case is unfounded or when the evidence is untrustworthy or insufficient and does not warrant or sustain the charges (also referred to as nolle prosequi)
dismissal
A student on academic or progress probation for three semesters may be dismissed from the college Once dis- missed, the student may not attend any college within the Los Angeles Community College District for a period of one year, and must petition for readmittance at the end of that period
dismissal
Dismission; discharge
dismissal
Generic term used to describe termination of employment for cause
dismissal
Students who have been academically dismissed are prohibited from enrolling at the College for a period of three years For more information on Academic Dismissal, visit our Academic Status Page
dismissal
(Gr Apolysis; Sl Otpust) The closing prayers and benediction, including the dismissal hymn (Apolytikion) in church service Dogma Basic beliefs and truths contained in the Bible and the Holy Tradition of the Church as defined by the Ecumenical Councils and the Fathers of the Church Dogma is studied by the field of dogmatic theology Dormition (see assumption)
dismissal
The event of a batsman getting out; a wicket
dismissal
The termination of one’s job by a supervisor for just cause
dismissal
In a legal context, the removal of a case out of the court; the termination of a case without a complete trial
dismissal
The termination of the case without either the entry of a discharge or a denial of discharge; after a case is dismissed, the debtor and the creditors have the same rights as they had before the bankruptcy case was commenced
dismissal
final termination, by proper University authority of a student's enrollment in the University
dismissal
An order or judgment finally disposing of an action, suit, motion, etc , without trial of the issues involved
dismissal
1 A cancellation Dismissal of a motion is denial of the motion Dismissal of a complaint or a related court terminates proceedings on the claim asserted in the complaint Dismissal of an appeal places parties in the condition as if there had been no appeal, confirming the judgment of the lower court
dismissal
the involuntary termination of employment which should be based upon a teacher's level of performance, school staffing needs, or reductions and layoffs See Forced Resignation, Hearing, Incompetence, Reduction in Force, Tenure
dismissal
permission to go; the sending away of someone
dismissal
The disposition that occurs when a court orders discharge without further court hearing With prejudice-Bars the right to ever bring a charge or a lawsuit on the same claim or cause Without prejudice-Disposes of the particular charge or lawsuit before the court but permits a new charge or lawsuit to be brought based on the same claim or cause
dismissal
FCC action terminating processing of an application that is determined to be defective or otherwise not in conformance with the Commission's rules If an application is dismissed, the applicant may be entitled to refile under applicable rules, but the refiled application will be treated as a new application Dismissal of an application is distinct from denial of an application, which may occur if an application is contested An application will be dismissed when the application is not grantable on its face An application will be denied even if it is grantable on its face, if the Commission determines that grant of the application would not be in the public interest
dismissal
the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)
dismissal
Process by which a student whose academic performance indicates little chance of obtaining the minimum grades required for graduation is no longer allowed to enroll at the University Refer to the "Dismissal Policy" in the "General Requirements and Regulations" section of the catalog
dismissal
Either the government or the defendant can ask the court to dismiss a pending criminal case The court may deny the motion, or may either dismiss the case "with prejudice" or "without prejudice " When a case is dismissed with prejudice, the government cannot prosecute the defendant again on the same charge A dismissal without prejudice allows the government to reindict the case and bring the charges again at some future date if it so chooses
dismissal
The termination of a lawsuit (See with prejudice and without prejudice )
dismissal
Notification that a student can no longer attend that institution Dismissal can be the result of poor grades resulting in Academic Dismissal or removal from the campus for behavior that violates the Student Code of Conduct
dismissal
final termination, by proper University authority, of a student’s enrollment in the University
dismissal
The act of dismissing, or the condition of being dismissed
dismissal
A notice of such a dismissal
dismissed
{ü} military command directing or allowing to leave (Military)
dismissed
An infraction charged against the defendant and rejected by the court
dismissed
A Judges' decision that one hound has interfered with another causing the second hound to waver from course or to be intimidated either aggressively or playfully Growling and/or barking alone do not constitute grounds for dismissal
dismissed
having lost your job
dismissed
To be excused
dismissed
past of dismiss
dismisses
third-person singular of dismiss
dismissing
present participle of dismiss
dismission
Removal from office or employment; discharge, either with honor or with disgrace
dismission
The act dismissing or sending away; permission to leave; leave to depart; dismissal; as, the dismission of the grand jury
dismission
official notice that you have been fired from your job
dismission
{i} termination of someone's employment; official notice of been fired from a job; act of sending away
dismission
The act of dismissing or sending away
dismission
the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)
dismission
Removal from office or employment
dismission
Rejection; a setting aside as trivial, invalid, or unworthy of consideration
dismission
The setting aside of the trivial, invalid, or unworthy of consideration
dismissive
tending to dismiss or reject; "a dismissive gesture" showing indifference or disregard; "a dismissive shrug
dismissive
Giving dismission
dismissive
If you are dismissive of someone or something, you say or show that you think they are not important or have no value. Mr Jones was dismissive of the report, saying it was riddled with inaccuracies. + dismissively dis·miss·ive·ly `Forget it,' he replied dismissively. refusing to consider someone or something seriously dismissive of
dismissive
tending to dismiss or reject; "a dismissive gesture"
dismissive
Showing disregard, indicating rejection, serving to dismiss
dismissive
showing indifference or disregard; "a dismissive shrug
dismissive
showing indifference or disregard; "a dismissive shrug"
dismissive
{s} disdainful, disrespectful, disinterested
dismissively
In a dismissive manner
dismissively
disdainfully, with a lack of regard or appreciation, disinterestedly
motion to dismiss
request to cancel, request to void
dismiss
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