gender

listen to the pronunciation of gender
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} cinsiyet

Tom geleneksel cinsiyet rollerine inanır. - Tom believes in traditional gender roles.

Eskiden cinsiyetin doğuştan kazanıldığını savunanlardandım, ama artık ikili cinsiyet sistemine çok karşıyım. - I used to be really cis, but by now I've become pretty genderqueer.

cins

Eskiden cinsiyetin doğuştan kazanıldığını savunanlardandım, ama artık ikili cinsiyet sistemine çok karşıyım. - I used to be really cis, but by now I've become pretty genderqueer.

Bir erkek ve bir kadın, farklı cinsiyetlerin insanlarıdır. - A man and a woman are people of different genders.

müennes
müzekker
neuter gender camit
masculine gender eril
{i} dilb. cins
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) (toplumsal) cinsiyet
nötr
{i} isim cinsi
{i} k.dili. cinsiyet
feminine gender dişil
cansız
ismin cinsi
common gender her iki cins için ortak olan kelime
(Politika, Siyaset) toplumsal cinsiyet
cinsiyetler
eşey
gender analysis
(Politika, Siyaset) cinsiyet analizi
gender and politics
(Eğitim) cinsel roller ve siyaset
gender and politics
(Politika, Siyaset) cinsel kimlik ve siyaset
gender differences
cinsel farklılıklar
gender discrimination
(Politika, Siyaset) cinsel ayrım
gender dysphoria
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) cinsiyet hoşnutsuzluğ
gender equality
(Politika, Siyaset) cinsiyet eşitliği
gender gap
cinsiyet ayrımı
gender identity
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) cinsiyet kimliği
gender identity
cinsel kimlik
gender inequality
cinsiyet eşitsizliği
gender issues
cinsiyet meseleleri
gender limit
(Denizbilim) cinsiyet sınırlaması
gender mainstreaming
toplumsal cinsiyet
gender neutral
cinsiyet ayrımı gözetmeyen
gender nonconformity
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) cinsiyet uyumsuzluğu
gender noun
(Dilbilim) cins adı
gender planning
cinsiyet planlaması
gender role
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) cinsiyet rolü
gender roles
(Politika, Siyaset) cinsiyet rolleri
gender schema
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) cinsiyet şeması
gender schema theory
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) cinsiyet şeması teorisi
gender sociology
gender sosyolojisi
gender stereotyping
(Politika, Siyaset) cinsiyet rolü
gender stereotyping norms
(Politika, Siyaset) cinsiyet rolü normları
gender bender
cinsiyet alem
gender bias
cinsiyet önyargı
gender discrimination
Cinsiyet ayrımcılığı
gender gap
Erkek ve kadın cinsleri arasındaki farklılık
gender gap
Kadın ve erkek arasındaki iletişimsizlik veya farklılık
gender mainstream
toplumsal cinsiyet politikası
gender specific
Cinsiyet temelli, sadece erkeğe ya da kadına ait
gender studies
toplumsal cinsiyet çalışmaları
gender-based
Cinsiyet temelli

The İstanbul Police Department has trained a 100 members police force whose sole pupose is to protect women from gender-based violence.

feminine gender
(Dilbilim) müennes
feminine gender
(Dilbilim) dişil
masculine gender
(Dilbilim) müzekker
neuter gender
(Dilbilim) nötr
neuter gender
(Dilbilim) camit
neuter gender
(Dilbilim) cansız
feminine gender
dişil cins
feminine gender
dişi cinsi
grammatical gender
gramatik cins
Gendered
cinsiyetlenmiş
Ministry of Gender Equality and Family
Cinsiyetler Arası Eşitlik ve Aileden Sorumlu Bakanlık
common gender
ortak cins
feminine gender
dışı cinsi, dişil cins
neuter gender
isimlerin cinssiz hali, nötür cins
person of the same gender
Aynı cinsiyet kişi
to engender
doğurmak üzere
binary gender
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ikili cinsiyet
doing gender
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) cinsiyet yaratma
natural gender
(Dilbilim) doğal cins
sender gender?
(Bilgisayar) gönderenin cinsiyeti
social gender
sosyal cinsiyet
social gender
cinsel sosyalleşme
sociology of gender
(Eğitim) cinsiyet sosyolojisi
Türkisch - Türkisch
Cinsiyet rollerinin kültürel olarak ayrıştırılması
Englisch - Englisch
A socio-cultural phenomenon that divides people into various categories such as "male" and "female," with each having associated dress, roles, stereotypes, etc
A division of nouns and pronouns (and sometimes of other parts of speech), such as masculine, feminine, neuter or common
The mental analog of sex: one's maleness, femaleness, etc., as seen from their own perspective
to engender
A division between classes or kinds. E.g., the common gender
{v} to beget, produce, copulate, engender
{n} a sex, breed, race, sort, kind, difference
The gender of the offender
The gender of the artist who is the subject of the record   e g female for Rosalie Favell or male for Larry McNeil
Male and female identities, constructed in social interaction
An indication of whether a noun or pronoun is masculine or feminine: he/she, him/her
gender role; culture specific behaviour norms, normally but not necessarily, associated with one's sex; condition of adopting such a gender role
A person's gender is the fact that they are male or female. Women are sometimes denied opportunities solely because of their gender. groups that are traditionally discriminated against on grounds of gender, colour, race, or age. = sex
Gender identifies the relations between women and men Gender relations vary from place to place and over time; they often change in response to altering circumstances (Sex, by contrast, identifies the biological difference between women and men, which does not change )
A person's biological sex as constructed, understood, interpreted, and institutionalized by society
Another word for sex; we all have a gender either male or female
(jen-der) The word gender was originally used in grammar to classify nouns as feminine, masculine and neuter, it is also now often used to describe the socially inscribed characteristics of women and men
In grammar, the gender of a noun, pronoun, or adjective is whether it is masculine, feminine, or neuter. A word's gender can affect its form and behaviour. In English, only personal pronouns such as `she', reflexive pronouns such as `itself', and possessive determiners such as `his' have gender. In both Welsh and Irish the word for `moon' is of feminine gender. In language, a grammatical category contrasting distinctions of sex or animateness. Gender marking may be natural, with linguistic markers of gender corresponding to real-world gender, or purely grammatical, with markers of gender in part semantically based and in part semantically arbitrary. In languages with grammatical gender, nouns are partitioned into sets. Membership of a noun in a set may be expressed by its form and/or by the forms of other parts of speech controlled by the noun. Closely related to gender systems in language are class systems, as in Bantu languages, in which the number of sets into which nouns are partitioned is much larger, with distinct categories for things such as plants, animals, and tools, though, as with nouns in Romance and Germanic languages, assignment of most nouns to classes is semantically arbitrary
A girl or woman is of the female gender and a boy or man is of the male gender
a xylophone with metal bars used in Indonesian Gamelan
You can refer to all male people or all female people as a particular gender. While her observations may be true about some men, they could hardly apply to the entire gender. the different abilities and skills of the two genders. = sex
Another term for male or female
The sex of individuals (male or female)
Male and Female classification
- certain products are classified as being male- or female-oriented, except within sub-categories where the gender is apparent e g Men's Fragrances
the social expectations of male and female - eg toy-preferences, dress etc - rather than the sexual identity
Sex, male or female
a grammatical category in inflected languages governing the agreement between nouns and pronouns and adjectives; in some languages it is quite arbitrary but in Indo-European languages it is usually based on sex or animateness
the properties that distinguish organisms on the basis of their reproductive roles; "she didn't want to know the sex of the foetus"
is the culturally specific set of characteristics that identify the social behaviour of women and men, the relationship between them and the way it is socially constructed Gender is an analytical tool for understanding social processes
Patient's gender (Male/Female/Unknown) Clinical (Patient and Tumor)
Classification of sex
2 types of gender are distinguished in linguistics --- natural gender, where items refer to the sex of real world entities, and grammatical gender, which has nothing to do with sex, but which signals grammatical relationships between words in a sentence and which is shown e g by the form of the article or the noun
Masculine, Feminine, neuter
The culturally and socially constructed femaleness or maleness of an individual
The masculine gender includes the feminine and neuter
Male Female
One of the features of a noun phrase In English, gender is only marked in third-person singular pronouns and associated words The possible values of the gender feature are masculine, feminine, and neuter typemasculinefeminineneuterexample pronoun (nominative)hesheithe hit the ball pronoun (accusative)himheritFrank hit him pronoun(possessive adjective)hisheritsFrank hit his arm pronoun(possessive)hishersitsThe ball is his pronoun(reflexive)himselfherselfitselfFrank hurt himself
A classification of nouns, primarily according to sex; and secondarily according to some fancied or imputed quality associated with sex
To beget; to engender
differences between men and women, suggesting but not necessitating reference to sex
To copulate; to breed
{i} sex of a person or animal; (Grammar) system in some languages in which nouns are separated into two or more groups (i.e. masculine, female, neuter); such a group of nouns; state of being male or female in regard to social or cultural differences
a quality attached to a noun or pronoun that indicates an abstract category of the individuals are being referred to Most English nouns are neuter, and English has singular pronouns that are masculine, feminine, and neuter ("he", "she", and "it", respectively) All Welsh nouns are either masculine or feminine
Kind; sort
Student gender
gender ambiguous
Of or pertaining to gender ambiguity
gender bender
a person who dresses in the clothes of another sex; a transvestite
gender benders
plural form of gender bender
gender bias
a prejudicial stance towards males or females
gender binary
A view of gender whereby people are categorized exclusively as either male or female, often basing gender on biological sex
gender changer
a coupling device that allows two male or two female connectors to be joined together
gender dysphoria
A profound and persistent unhappiness related to one's physical sex
gender dysphorias
plural form of gender dysphoria
gender gap
A measurable difference between the behaviors of men and women

Surveys show a gender gap with women favoring Democrats 12 percent more than men.

gender gaps
plural form of gender gap
gender identity
A person's sense of self as a member of a particular gender
gender identity disorder
A condition in which the patient experiences significant gender dysphoria: the diagnostic classification most commonly applied to transsexuals
gender identity syndrome
gender identity disorder
gender reassignment
The process of changing one's sex, usually by a combination of medicinal and surgical means; sex change
gender studies
The academic discipline which analyses constructions of gender in society, often with reference to class, race, sexuality and other sociological characteristics
gender-blind
Having the quality of ignoring gender, usually refering to organizations (such as universities) that accept and/or house people together without discriminating on the basis of gender
gender-neutral
In languages where words are assigned to one gender or another, lacking such an assignment
gender-neutral
Phrased so as to be applicable to either gender
gender-neutral pronoun
Any third-person pronoun that refers to a person without indicating the gender of the person referred to
gender-neutral pronouns
plural form of gender-neutral pronoun
gender gap
A disproportionate difference, as in attitudes and voting preferences, between the sexes
gender role
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) The overt expression of attitudes that indicate to others the degree of your maleness or femaleness: "Your gender role is the public expression of your gender identity."
gender agreement
agreement in grammatical gender between words in the same construction
gender bender
someone who behaves or dresses in a way typical of the opposite sex
gender bias
when men and women are treated differently, in a way that is unfair
gender dysphoria
{i} (Medicine) condition when a person feels anxiety and persistent discomfort about their birth gender
gender gap
lack of communication or understanding between men and women; difference in behavior or action between men and women
gender gap
A disproportionate difference, as in attitudes and voting preferences, between the sexes. Difference in opinions or attitudes between men and women concerning a variety of public and private issues, including political candidates, parties, or programs. Until the 1980s men and women in the U.S. exhibited similar voting habits. Since then, however, women have been more likely than men to support the Democratic Party and liberal policies, particularly on issues such as equal employment opportunity, child care, and gun control. In contrast, in western Europe women historically have been more likely than men to support conservative political parties
gender identity
your identity as it is experienced with regard to your individuality as male or female; awareness normally begin in infancy and is reinforced during adolescence
gender identity
sexual identity, sex of a person, feminine perception or masculine perception
gender justice
equal treatment of the sexes
gender role
the overt expression of attitudes that indicate to others the degree of your maleness or femaleness; "your gender role is the public expression of your gender identity
gender-bender
disapproval People sometimes use gender-bender to refer to a man who dresses or behaves like a woman, or a woman who dresses or behaves like a man. + gender-bending gender-bending a gender-bending production of the ballet Swan Lake with lines of male swans
gender-specific
relating only to males or only to females
gender-specific
related to a particular gender, of or pertaining to either male or female specifically
genitive gender
showing possession (Grammar)
gendered
Divided by gender

In the past, parenting was a more gendered activity with more distinct male and female roles.

gendered
Having grammatical gender

Grammatically, Hebrew is a gendered language because every noun is either masculine or feminine.

gendered
Simple past tense and past participle of gender
gendered
Pertaining to gender or having attributes due to gender

His clothes were highly gendered.

same gender loving
homosexual (particularly in the African-American community)
common gender
class of nouns which change gender according to meaning (Grammar)
feminine gender
female form of a word (Grammar)
gendered
past of gender
genders
third-person singular of gender
genders
plural of gender
masculine gender
{i} (Grammar) special endings or word forms used to indicate a male gender
neuter gender
grammatical form which is neither feminine nor masculine
sex gender
sex of a person or animal (male or female)
gender
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