listen to the pronunciation of independence
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} bağımsızlık

Onlar 1847'de kendi bağımsızlıklarını ilan ettiler. - In the year 1847, they declared their own independence.

Sömürge şimdiye kadar bağımsızlık ilan etmedi. - The colony has not declared independence as yet.

{i} özgürlük
dışa bağımsızlık
{i} serbestlik
{i} kimseye muhtaç olmayacak kadar gelir
{i} hürriyet
{i} istiklâl

Avrupalı emperyalist güçlere karşı yapılan Türk İstiklal Savaşı 1919'dan 1923'e kadar devam etti. - Turkish war of independence against Eurpean imperialist powers had lasted from 1919 to 1923.

{i} bağımsızlık
{i} özgürlük

Daha sonra, diğer birçok ülkeden olanlar büyük ekonomik imkanlarla ilgili raporlar ve dini ve politik özgürlük tarafından cezbedildikleri için Amerika Birleşik Devletlerine akın ettiler. - Later, those from many other countries flocked to the United States because they were attracted by reports of great economic opportunities and religious and political freedom.

Özgürlük bir yer ya da bir fikir midir? - Is freedom a place or an idea?

independence day
bağımsızlık günü
independence march
istiklal marşı
independence of the judiciary
(Politika, Siyaset) yargı bağımsızlığı
independence war
(Askeri) kurtuluş savaşı
independence allowance
bağımsızlık yardımı
independence hall
bağımsızlık salonu
independence of thought
Düşünce özgürlüğü

Düşünce özgürlüğü temel bir haktır.

independence tribunals
istiklal mahkemeleri
independence war
Bağımsızlık Savaşı
independence Day
A.B.D. Bağımsızlık Günü (4 Temmuz)
independence holiday
egemenlik bayramı
independence of judiciary
(Kanun) yargının bağımsızlığı
independence of trial
(Kanun) yargının bağımsızlığı
{i} seçme hakkı
{i} irade
{i} hürriyet
conditional independence
koşullu bağımsızlık
full independence
tam bağımsızlık
judicial independence
(Kanun,Politika, Siyaset) yargı bağımsızlığı
recognize one's independence
(Politika, Siyaset) bağımsızlığını tanımak
war of independence
(Tarih) istiklal savaşı
war of independence medal
(Askeri) istiklal madalyası
declaration of independence
bağımsızlık ilanı
device independence
aygıt bağımsızlığı
economic independence
ekonomik bağımsızlık
linear independence
doğrusal bağımsızlık
autonomy and independence movements
özerklik ve bağımsızlık hareketleri
declare independence
Bağımsızlık ilan etmek
platform independence
pro independence
bağımsızlık yanlısı
Yarı bağımsızlık
range independence
menzil bağımsızlığı, değer aralığı bağımsızlığı
control independence
(Nükleer Bilimler) kontrol bağımsızlığı
defensive independence
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) savunmacı bağımsızlık
device independence
aygıttan bağımsız olma
economic independence
(Ticaret) iktisadi bağımsızlık
environmental independence
(Nükleer Bilimler) çevreden bağımsızlık
field independence
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) alan bağımsızlığı
{i} açık sözlülük
fahri hemşehrilik veya üyelik sıfatı
{i} laubalilik
{i} muafiyet
{i} fahri üyelik
{i} istiklâl
{i} onursal üyelik
gain independence
(Politika, Siyaset) bağımsızlığını kazanmak
gain independence
gain independence
(Politika, Siyaset) bağımsızlık kazanmak
gain one's independence
bağımsızlığına kavuşmak
local independence
(Dilbilim) yerel bağımsızlık
local independence
(Dilbilim) bölgesel bağımsızlık
proclaim independence
(Politika, Siyaset) bağımsızlık ilan etmek
range independence
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) menzil bağımsızlığı
statistical independence
(İstatistik) istatistiksel bağımsızlık
Englisch - Englisch
The state or quality of being independent; freedom from dependence; exemption from reliance on, or control by others; self-subsistence or maintenance; direction of one's own affairs without interference
The state of having sufficient means for a comfortable livelihood
the successful ending of the American Revolution; "they maintained close relations with England even after independence" a city in western Missouri; the beginning of the Santa Fe Trail freedom from control or influence of another or others
freedom from colonial rule
Separation of responsibilities which ensures the accomplishment of objective evaluation After [do178b]
a city in western Missouri; the beginning of the Santa Fe Trail freedom from control or influence of another or others
{i} freedom; self-reliance, self-sufficiency; autonomy, self-rule
Separation of responsibilities which ensures the accomplishment of objective evaluation After [dob]
being governed by its own people, and not by those in another country
The aim is not just that, in the absolute sense, people can make use of a building but that they can do so independently This means that everybody can open the doors without help from other people; they can use the lift by themselves; they can easily find their way about in the building itself as well as in the street outside
Two events or variables are independent if knowledge of one provides no information about the value of the other Thus, the probability of either is unaffected by the value of the other variable or event
When a colony gains the right to control its own affairs
The state or quality of being independent; freedom from dependence; exemption from reliance on, or control by, others; self-subsistence or maintenance; direction of one's own affairs without interference
Freedom from outside control The American colonies declared their independence from England
Sufficient means for a comfortable livelihood
The lack of any relationship between two random events
freedom from control or influence of another or others
If a country has or gains independence, it has its own government and is not ruled by any other country. In 1816, Argentina declared its independence from Spain
ruling, guiding, or governing oneself; free of rule by any other government
Two events A and B are said to be statistically independent if Pr(B | A) = Pr(B) - i e whether or not A is a fact has no effect on the probability that B will occur Using Bayes' rule, this can be reformulated as Pr(A and B) = Pr(A) * Pr(B)
The island became an independent state in 1960, following a four-year liberation struggle against British colonial rule The Zurich and London agreements gave Cyprus a constitution which eventually proved to be inoperative The basic flaw being rather than promoting unity in the newly established Republic, it contained a recipe for infinite deadlock by granting extensive veto powers to the Turkish Cypriot minority
The state or quality of being free from subjection or from the influence, control, or guidance of individuals, things, or situations As applied to examining officials and their respective organizations, there is a responsibility for maintaining neutrality and exercising objectivity so that opinions, judgments, conclusions, and recommendations on examined allegations are impartial and shall be viewed as impartial by disinterested third parties Top
Genus: Virtue Differentia: Never requires or desires the unearned Link: Article
For most countries, this entry gives the date that sovereignty was achieved and from which nation, empire, or trusteeship For the other countries, the date given may not represent "independence" in the strict sense, but rather some significant nationhood event such as the traditional founding date or the date of unification, federation, confederation, establishment, fundamental change in the form of government, or state succession Dependent areas include the notation "none" followed by the nature of their dependency status Also see the Terminology note
the successful ending of the American Revolution; "they maintained close relations with England even after independence"
a city in western Missouri; the beginning of the Santa Fe Trail
An individual's relative freedom from the felt-need for positive response That is, the independent person is one who does not often feel the need to rely on others for emotional support, encouragement, reassurance, comfort, and so forth Emotionally healthy individuals are able to make these bids from time to time as needed The important issue is how often and how intensely they feel the need for such positive response Independence is distinguished in PARTheory from self-reliance (See dependence; defensive independence; personality subtheory)
whether the system could be run on different hardware
Someone's independence is the fact that they do not rely on other people. He was afraid of losing his independence. City (pop., 2000: 113,288), western Missouri, U.S. Settled in 1827, it served as the starting point for the Santa Fe Trail and the Oregon Trail and was a rendezvous for wagon trains during the California gold rush. Home of a Mormon colony (1831-33), it is now the world headquarters of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. It was occupied by Union troops during the American Civil War and was the scene of two skirmishes with Confederates. The hometown of Pres. Harry Truman, it is the site of the Harry S. Truman Library and Museum. Algerian War of Independence United States War of Independence Declaration of Independence Greek Independence War of Independence Day League for the Independence of Vietnam
In all matters relating to the audit work, the audit organization and the individual auditors, whether government or public, must be free from personal or external impairments to independence, must be organizationally independent, and shall maintain an independent attitude and appearance
Property of two events that holds if the occurrence of one does not affect the probability of the occurrence of the other; see also law of experimental independence and law of theoretical independence
the assumption that activity duration times are not related to each other and that each activity is on only one path
You're not stuck to any one vendor or any one program; you don't have to worry about bugs in a particular editing program or any companies going out of business and leaving you stranded
A situation in which a country has its own government, and rules itself The Americans fought a war of independence against Britain because they no longer wanted to be ruled by the British
The Declaration of Independence A declaration made July 4th 1776, by the American States, declaring the colonies free and independent, absolved from all allegiance to Great Britain
{i} autonomy
independence number
the number of vertices in a maximum independent set of a given graph, often denoted as \alpha = \alpha(G)
independence day
a legal holiday in the United States
independence day
A little film you may have heard of, most notable because it contains a scene in which Barbara plays (guess what?) a reporter Sometimes the Morning News plays a clip of the scene - it's the one where she has really long hair and it's blowing all over her face (due to helicopters taking off from the location of her report)
independence day
In the United States, a holiday, the 4th of July, commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on that day in 1776
independence day
(July 4th) So called in the United States of America (See above )
independence hall
the building in Philadelphia where the Declaration of Independence was signed
linear independence
the state of being linearly independent
{n} an exemption from control, freedom
american war of independence
American Revolution: the revolution of the American colonies against Great Britain; 1775-1783
declaration of independence
{i} proclamation of autonomy, assertion of political independence of a people or country
declaration of independence
the document recording the proclamation of the second Continental Congress (4 July 1776) asserting the independence of the colonies from Great Britain
device independence
ability of a program to work with a variety of computers and hardware types; independence of graphics on the hardware which displays them
economic independence
financial and commercial autonomy
gain independence
obtain autonomy
linear independence
The property of a set of vectors of having no linear combinations equal to zero unless all of the coefficients are equal to zero
platform independence
ability to work with all hardware
proclamation of independence
official statement declaring independence from outside rule
texas independence day
Texans celebrate the anniversary of Texas' declaration of independence from Mexico in 1836
war of greek independence
the Greeks rebelled against Turkish rule in 1821; with the support of England and France and Russia they won independence in 1828 at Navarino (although the country included only half its present size)