imprimatur

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Englisch - Türkisch
tasdik
kilisenin verdiği basma izni
sanction
{i} yaptırım

ABD, Rusya'ya karşı yeni yaptırımlara hazırlanıyor. - The US prepare new sanctions against Russia.

Yaptırımlar işe yarayabilir. - Sanctions might work.

sanction
onaylama

Tom bunu asla onaylamaz. - Tom will never sanction this.

sanction
{i} yasaları çiğnemenin cezası
sanction
{f} tasdik et

Babası onların ailesi gibi aynı dini inançları paylaşmayan bir kızla onun nişanını tasdik etmedi. - His father would never sanction his engagement to a girl who did not share the same religious beliefs as their family.

sanction
izin
sanction
ceza
sanction
{i} onay

Tom bunu asla onaylamaz. - Tom will never sanction this.

Bu binaya girmek için yetkililerin onayını almak gereklidir. - It is necessary to obtain the sanction of the authorities to enter this building.

sanction
teyit
sanction
(fiil) uygun görmek, onaylamak, izin vermek
sanction
(Mukavele) tasdik, tasvip
sanction
müeyyide,v.tasdik et: n.tasdik
sanction
kanuna itaatsizlik cezası
sanction
gen
sanction
{f} izin vermek
Englisch - Englisch
Any mark of official approval

Children, the final imprimatur to family life, are being borrowed, adopted, created by artificial insemination.

An official license to publish or print something, especially when censorship applies

The Cheats · A Comedy · Written in the Year, M.DC.LXII. Imprimatur, Roger L'estrange. Nov. 5. 1663. By John Wilson.

the Latin for it may be printed: a permission to print found in books where publication required sanction by Church or State
Latin for "let it be printed '' The first sheets of stamps from an approved plate, normally checked and retained in a file prior to a final directive to begin stamp production from a plate
If something such as a product has someone's imprimatur, that person has given it their official approval, for example by allowing their name to be shown on it. a tennis racket bearing Andre Agassi's imprimatur
formal and explicit approval; "a Democrat usually gets the union's endorsement"
A license to print or publish a book, paper, etc
sanction
also, in countries subjected to the censorship of the press, approval of that which is published
Literally, it means "Let it be printed " It is an official formula of licence to print or publish, affixed by a censor or board of censors to a book or pamphlet In the Catholic Bible versions, a bishop or archbishop is listed as the imprimatur
{i} official permit to publish a book; permit, license; official approval of a person
imprimaturs
plural of imprimatur
imprimatur

    Silbentrennung

    im·pri·ma·tur

    Türkische aussprache

    împrîmätır

    Aussprache

    /ˌəmprəˈmätər/ /ˌɪmprɪˈmɑːtɜr/

    Etymologie

    [ "im-pr&-'mä-"tur, im- ] (noun.) 1640. From Latin imprimatur (“let it be printed”), third person singular present subjunctive passive form of imprimere (“to imprint”).

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