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Englisch - Englisch
A label used to indicate that a letter is to be sent by airmail
The customary behavior of members of a profession, business, law, or sports team towards each other
The forms required by good breeding, or prescribed by authority, to be observed in social or official life; observance of the proprieties of rank and occasion; conventional decorum; ceremonial code of polite society
forms and manners that have been established and are acceptable or required
Accepted code of behavior and dress on the golf course Examples include quiet while others play, not walking in another’s line of play on the putting green, etc
the rules or accepted requirements of social behaviour; good manners
A set of guidelines to promote proper behaviour on the course
rules governing socially acceptable behavior
Etiquette is a set of customs and rules for polite behaviour, especially among a particular class of people or in a particular profession. This was such a great breach of etiquette, he hardly knew what to do. = protocol. the formal rules for polite behaviour in society or in a particular group (étiquette ( TICKET); perhaps because rules of behavior were written on a small card, like a ticket)
Refers to the conduct or procedure required by good breeding or prescribed by authority to be observed in social life
rules of behavior, propriety, decorum, manners, etc Example: Observance of the proper golf etiquette is very important to some players
(3 syl ) The usages of polite society The word means a ticket or card, and refers to the ancient custom of delivering a card of directions and regulations to be observed by all those who attended court The original use was a soldier's billet (French, etiquette; Spanish, etiqueta, a book of court ceremonies ) "Etiquette had its original application to those ceremonial and formal observances practised at Court The term came afterwards to signify certain formal methods used in the transactions between Sovereign States " - Burke: Works, vol viii p 329 Etna Virgil ascribes its eruption to the restlessness of Enceladus, a hundred-headed giant, who lies buried under the mountain (Æn iii 578, etc ) In Etna the Greek and Latin poets place the forges of Vulcan and the smithy of the Cyclops
courteous table behavior
the unwritten rules of behavior, manners etc surounding golf Example: Observance of the proper golf etiquette is very important to some players
{i} rules which govern social behavior
a book of etiquette
Formal rules governing behaviour especially in a profession
court etiquette
manners observed by members of a royal court
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von etiquette im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

edep erkân the rules of good manners, etiquette, the polite way
(to do something)
muaşeret adabı etiquette
the rules of conduct



    Türkische aussprache



    bad manners


    /ˈetəkət/ /ˈɛtəkət/


    () 1740, from French étiquette "property, a little piece of paper, or a mark or title, affixed to a bag or bundle, expressing its contents, a label, ticket" from Middle French estiquette (“ticket, memorandum”) from Old French estiquette from estechier, estichier, estequier "to attach, stick", (compare Picard estiquier "to stick, pierce"), of Germanic origin, from Frankish *stikkan, stikjan (“to stick, pierce, sting”) from Proto-Germanic *stikanan, *stikōjanan, *staikianan (“to be sharp, pierce, prick”) from Proto-Indo-European *st(e)ig-, *(s)teig- (“to be sharp, to stab”). Akin to Old High German stehhan "to stick, attach, nail" (German stechen "to stick"), Old English stician "to pierce, stab, be fastened". The French Court of Louis XIV at Versailles used étiquettes, "little cards", to remind courtiers to keep off of the grass and similar rules. More at stick (verb), stitch.


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