granted

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Englisch - Türkisch
verilmis
imtiyazlı
varsayarak
varsayarsak
cevaben evet
(cevaben) Evet
ver

Ona Amerikan vatandaşlığı verilecek. - He'll be granted American citizenship.

Üniversite ona bir burs verdi. - The college granted him a scholarship.

diyelim ki

Diyelim ki, televizyon seyretmek dinlendirici olabilir. - Granted, watching TV can be relaxing.

(Bilgisayar) verildi
grant
{f} bağışlamak
grant
bağış

Bağışlanan hiçbir şeyi kabul etmemeliyiz. - We must not take anything for granted.

grant
hibe etmek
grant
hibe

Birkaç hibe mevcuttur. - Several grants are available.

Onun projesi hibeler tarafından finanse edildi. - His project was funded by grants.

grant
burs

Üniversite ona bir burs verdi. - The college granted him a scholarship.

granted a remedy
bir ilaç verilmiş
granted him her favors
Ona onu kabul yana
granted his wish
arzusunu verildi
granted, conceded
Kabul etti verildi
granted access rights
Onaylanmış Erişim Hakları
granted permission
verilen izin
grant
{f} vermek
grant
{i} ödenek
grant
{i} imtiyaz
grant
kabul etmek; rıza göstermek; yerine getirmek: She granted his request. Ricasını yerine getirdi. Granting the truth of what you're
grant
{f} kabul etmek
grant
(Hukuk) bahşetme
take something for granted
kesin gözüyle bakmak
grant
varsaymak
grant
(Politika, Siyaset) hibe yardımı
grant
yerine getirmek
grant
(Ticaret) temlik
grant
(Kanun) tahsis
grant
itiraf etmek
grant
(Osmanlıca) tevcih
grant
devretmek
take something for granted
bir şeyi bir hak gibi görmek
taken for granted
çantada keklik
taken for granted
çantada keklik görülmek
grant
{f} ver

Lincoln kölelere özgürlük verdi. - Lincoln granted liberty to slaves.

Üniversite ona bir burs verdi. - The college granted him a scholarship.

grant
bahşetmek
grant
onaylamak
grant
tahsisat
take for granted
itirazsız kabul etmek
take for granted
olmuş farzet
take sth for granted
itirazsız kabul etmek
anything taken for granted
bir şey hafife alındığı
be granted
verilebilir
grant
ferağ
is taken for granted
hafife alınır
take for granted
(deyim) Bir şeyi sorgulamadan kabul etmek, özümsemek.Birşeye veya kimseye alışık olduğumuz için olaylara karşı duyarsızlaşmak, duyumsamazlaşmak
take for granted
(deyim) çantada keklik"İ will not be taken for granted- not by anyone!""Kimse beni çantada keklik sanmasın- hiç kimse!"
take it for granted
Önemsememek, aldırmamak, hiçe saymak, boş vermek
take it for granted
Birşeyi sorgusuz sualsiz doğru kabul etmek
take something for granted
(deyim) Bir şeyi sorgulamadan kabul etmek, özümsemek.Birşeye veya kimseye alışık olduğumuz için olaylara karşı duyarsızlaşmak, duyumsamazlaşmak
take sth for granted
için verilen sth almak
take too much for granted
kabul için çok fazla almak
taken for granted
kesin gözüyle bakılan
taken for granted
olmuş farzetmek
grant
nasip
grant
{i} devir
grant
tasdik etmek
grant
terketmek
grant
bağış,v.ver: n.burs
grant
{f} nasip etmek
grant
{f} 1. kabul etmek; rıza göstermek; yerine getirmek: She granted his request. Ricasını yerine getirdi. Granting the truth of what you're
grant
farzetmek
grant
take for granted olmuş gibi kabul
grant
(Hukuk) verme

Grant onlara sağlam bir söz vermeyi reddetti. - Grant refused to give them a firm promise.

Bana katılmayacağına hiç ihtimal vermemiştim. - I took it for granted that she would agree with me.

grant
ferağ etmek
grant
{f} burs vermek
grant
teslim etmek
grant
feragatname
take s.o. for granted
birinin varlığını kendisine verilmiş bir hak gibi görmek
take s.t. for granted
1. otomatikman bir şeyin (belirli bir şekilde) olduğunu düşünmek: I took it for granted that she'd be with you. Seninle beraber olacak
taken as granted
bahşedilmiş saymak
taken as granted
bahşedilmiş gibi saymak
Englisch - Englisch
Used to concede a point, often before stating some contrasting information

You haven't been a very good father. Granted..

You use granted that x, y to mean y is true because of x

Granted that he has done nothing wrong, he should be set free.

Given, awarded

He was granted a patent on his invention.

Simple past tense and past participle of grant
given as a grant; "the special funds granted for his research project"
You use granted to concede a point, often before you adding contrasting information
past of grant
acknowledged as a supposition; "given the engine's condition, it is a wonder that it started"
given as a grant; "the special funds granted for his research project
You use granted or granted that at the beginning of a clause to say that something is true, before you make a comment on it. Granted that the firm has not broken the law, is the law what it should be? Granted is also an adverb. Granted, he doesn't look too bad for his age, but I don't fancy him. used when you admit that something is true
conj. admittedly, acknowledged as true
granted a petition
agreed to a request, consented to an appeal, granted an entreaty
granted a remedy
provided relief, gave a medication
granted amnesty
granted immunity, pardoned, acquitted
granted an option
promised the right become involved in a business transaction under predetermined conditions
granted him her favors
she had sexual intercourse with him, she made love to him
granted his request
consented to his appeal, agreed to his petition, satisfied his wish
granted his wish
satisfied his desire, agreed to his request
granted the use of
allowed to use
Grant
A male given name, transferred from the surname
Grant
An English surname and a Scottish clan name, from a nickname meaning "large"
grant
The act of granting; a bestowing or conferring; concession; allowance; permission
grant
To admit as true what is not yet satisfactorily proved; to yield belief to; to allow; to yield; to concede
grant
To bestow or confer, with or without compensation, particularly in answer to prayer or request; to give
grant
To give over; to make conveyance of; to give the possession or title of; to convey; -- usually in answer to petition
take for granted
To assume something to be true without verification or proof

Let it be considered a delicate intimation on the part of the historian that he is going back to the town in which Oliver Twist was born; the reader taking it for granted that there are good and substantial reasons for making the journey.

take for granted
To give little attention to or to underestimate the value of, to fail to appreciate

He had fiercely championed loveless ladies entering frustrated middle age, the married woman whose husband took her for granted and seldom into his arms.

grant
{f} bestow; give; agree; answer to -; donate
grant
{n} a thing granted, gift, deed, concession
grant
{v} to bestow, give, yield, admit, allow
take for granted
(take something for granted) assume that something is true
take for granted
fail to appreciate through overfamiliarity
Grant
transferred use of the surname
Grant
An English surname and a Scottish clan name, from a nickname "large", Anglo-Norman grand
grant
If someone in authority grants you something, or if something is granted to you, you are allowed to have it. France has agreed to grant him political asylum It was a Labour government which granted independence to India and Pakistan Permission was granted a few weeks ago. = give
grant
bestow, especially officially; "grant a degree"; "give a divorce"; "This bill grants us new rights
grant
(law) a transfer of property by deed of conveyance
grant
If you say that someone takes you for granted, you are complaining that they benefit from your help, efforts, or presence without showing that they are grateful. The officials felt taken for granted and grumbled loudly
grant
18th President of the United States; commander of the Union armies in the American Civil War (1822-1885)
grant
a form of financial assistance whereby a student receives money from the Federal Government, the State Government and/or the institution based upon financial need and/or special ability depending upon the source Contact the USCA Financial Aid Office for more information
grant
the act of providing a subsidy a right or privilege that has been granted 18th President of the United States; commander of the Union armies in the American Civil War (1822-1885) United States actor (born in England) who was the elegant leading man in many films (1904-1986) Scottish painter; cousin of Lytton Strachey and member of the Bloomsbury Group (1885-1978) (law) a transfer of property by deed of conveyance any monetary aid transfer by deed; "grant land"
grant
In governmental terminology, a contribution to or from a unit of government for specific or general purposes This may take the form of donations, bequests, payments to or for local units, aid, reimbursements, etc According to the Constitution of the State of Michigan, grants must be passed by a 2/3 vote in the Senate and House
grant
Support for a specific project designed by the funds recipient Sponsor has expectations about how the funds are spent Deliverables may include formal project reports Financial reports are required
grant
give over; surrender or relinquish to the physical control of another
grant
An agreement to transfer money, property, services, or anything of value to accomplish a purpose, such as support or assistance in an area of interest to the grantor For an award to be considered a grant, it normally will contain the following elements: the statement of work allows the project director significant freedom to change emphasis within the general area of work as the project progresses deliverables are minimal, usually consisting of reports only and separate accounting procedures are required
grant
The award of funds to an organization or individual to undertake charitable or tax-exempt activities
grant
A financial assistance mechanism whereby money and/or direct assistance is provided to carry out approved activities A grant (as opposed to a cooperative agreement) is to be used whenever the PHS awarding office anticipates no substantial programmatic involvement with the recipient during performance of the financially assisted activities Grants can be classified on the basis of type of activity(ies) supported (research, training, service, etc ); degree of discretion allowed the awarding office (mandatory or discretionary); and/or method of determining amounts of award (negotiated basis or formula)
grant
Financial Aid, and the cost of technical cooperation, provided as a gift Grants may be made bilaterally or as contributions to international organisations with development assistance programmes Most British official aid is in the form of grants
grant
an award made on the basis of a proposal that typically sets out a series of conditions, such as specific objectives, work plan, timetable, formal financial accounting, and reporting obligations With the exception of some fellowships and special awards, all grants are awarded to the institution (SIUC) rather than to individuals, and proposals and award agreements must be processed through ORDA For definitions of different types of grants, see Sponsored Project Handbook, section 1
grant
1 A financial need-based form of government aid which is usually administered in conjunction with the federal and provincial student loan programs (e g B C Grant, Canada Study Grant for Students With Dependent Children, Canada Study Grant for Female Doctoral Students, Canada Study Grant for Students with Disabilities, etc ) 2 A grant awarded to graduate students and professors by private and government agencies, or by industry, to fund research activities at the university
grant
A type of financial aid based on financial need that the student does not have to repay
grant
{i} award; gift, present; contribution, donation
grant
transfer by deed; "grant land"
grant
financial assistance in the form of money, or property or technical assistance in lieu of money, awarded by a government agency or private organization (foundation or corporation) to an eligible applicant to accomplish some public purpose Grants obligate the Broward school system to meet specified objectives and hold the system financially liable if funds are not spent in accordance with applicable laws, rules, and regulations of the funding agency
grant
the act of providing a subsidy
grant
a right or privilege that has been granted
grant
If you take it for granted that something is the case, you believe that it is true or you accept it as normal without thinking about it. He seemed to take it for granted that he should speak as a representative. British-born American actor who was the epitome of the elegant leading man in films such as The Philadelphia Story (1940) and North by Northwest (1959). The 18th President of the United States (1869-1877) and a Civil War general. After his victorious Vicksburg campaign (1862-1863), he was made commander in chief of the Union Army (1864) and accepted the surrender of Gen. Robert E. Lee at Appomattox (1865). Grant's two-term presidency was marred by widespread graft and corruption. W2S1 an amount of money given to someone, especially by the government, for a particular purpose. Banting Sir Frederick Grant Grant Cary Grant Ulysses S. Hiram Ulysses Grant Land Grant College Act of 1862 Still William Grant Thalberg Irving Grant Wood Grant
grant
allow to have; "grant a privilege"
grant
To bestow or confer, with or without compensation, a gift such as land or money by one having control or authority over the gift
grant
The thing or property granted; a gift; a boon
grant
A grant is an award of funds or property, based on an approved budget or formula, in support of a project or program Grants entail ideas originated and defined by the grantee The grant is a contractual document and restrictions are generally imposed by the awarding agency
grant
To give over; to make conveyance of; to give the possession or title of; to convey; usually in answer to petition
grant
bestow, especially officially; "grant a degree"; "give a divorce"; "This bill grants us new rights"
grant
A type of financial assistance awarded to an organization for the conduct of research or other program as specified in an approved proposal A grant, as opposed to a cooperative agreement, is used whenever the awarding office anticipates no substantial programmatic involvement with the recipient during the performance of the activities
grant
Scottish painter; cousin of Lytton Strachey and member of the Bloomsbury Group (1885-1978)
grant
A type of financial aid that does not have to be repaid; usually awarded on the basis of need, possibly combined with some skills or characteristics the student possesses
grant
A temporary right given by a patent office for a specified period, to prevent anyone else from using the technology defined in the claims of a patent
grant
A transfer of property by deed or writing; especially, au appropriation or conveyance made by the government; as, a grant of land or of money; also, the deed or writing by which the transfer is made
grant
If you take something for granted, you believe that it is true or accept it as normal without thinking about it. I was amazed that virtually all the things I took for granted up north just didn't happen in London
grant
be willing to concede; "I grant you this much"
grant
any monetary aid
grant
A grant is an amount of money that a government or other institution gives to an individual or to an organization for a particular purpose such as education or home improvements. They'd got a special grant to encourage research Unfortunately, my application for a grant was rejected
grant
To assent; to consent
grant
give on the basis of merit; "Funds are granted to qualified researchers"
grant
A legal instrument reflecting a relationship between the United States Government and a State, a local government, or other recipient when (1) the principal purpose of the relationship is to transfer a thing of value to the state or local government or other recipient to carry out a public purpose of support or stimulation authorized by a law of the United States instead of acquiring (by purchase, lease, or barter) property or services for the direct benefit or use of the United States Government; and (2) substantial involvement is not expected between the executive agency and the State, local government, or other recipient when carrying out the activity contemplated in the agreement (31 U S C 6304)
grant
An outright award to the student, usually based on financial need This money does not have to be repaid
grant
A type of financial assistance awarded to an organization for the conduct of research or other program as specified in an approved proposal A federal grant, as opposed to a federal cooperative agreement, is used whenever the awarding office anticipates no substantial programmatic involvement with the recipient during the performance of the activities The PI of a research grant has significantly greater flexibility in making changes to the research plan than the PI of a research contract As with any agreement, a grant has terms and conditions which must be followed
grant
A type of financial aid award based on need or merit that is not repaid by the student Click here for a list of grants
grant
a contract granting the right to operate a subsidiary business; "he got the beer concession at the ball park"
grant
let have; "grant permission"; "Mandela was allowed few visitors in prison"
grant
- an award of financial assistance including cooperative agreements, by FEMA to an eligible state The grant award will be based on the projected amount of total eligible costs for which a state submits an application and that FEMA approves related to a declared fire
grant
A legal instrument where the principal purpose is the transfer of money, property, services or anything of value to the recipient in order to accomplish a public purpose of support or stimulation authorized by Federal statute and where substantial involvement by USAID is not anticipated (Chapters 304, 591, 595)
grant
A grant is a kind of financial aid that the student does not have to repay
grant
The yielding or admission of something in dispute
grant
If you grant that something is true, you accept that it is true, even though your opinion about it does not change. The magistrates granted that the charity was justified in bringing the action. You use `I grant you' or `I'll grant you' to say that you accept something is true, even though your opinion about it does not change. He took a risk, I'll grant you. But when you think about it, the risk was pretty small
grant
An award of funds to an organization or individual to undertake charitable activities
grant
United States actor (born in England) who was the elegant leading man in many films (1904-1986)
grant
The Grant form of Assistance is used when there is no need for substantial involvement between the recipient and the Agency during performance of the Grant
take for granted
take to be the case or to be true; accept without verification or proof; "I assume his train was late"
take for granted
take to be the case or to be true; accept without verification or proof; "I assume his train was late"
take for granted
not appreciate, not realize how much something means to you
take it for granted
accept something unquestioningly; show disregard for something, treat something in an unappreciative manner
taken for granted
accepted as real or true without proof; "an assumed increase in population"; "the assumed reason for his absence"; "assumptive beliefs"; "his loyalty was taken for granted"
taken for granted
evident without proof or argument; "an axiomatic truth"; "we hold these truths to be self-evident"
was granted permission
was allowed, was authorized
granted

    Türkische aussprache

    gräntıd

    Antonyme

    unaccepted

    Aussprache

    /ˈgrantəd/ /ˈɡræntəd/

    Etymologie

    [ grant ] (transitive verb.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old French creanter, graanter, from Vulgar Latin credentare, from Latin credent-, credens, present participle of credere to believe; more at CREED.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    granted that

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