instrumentality

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Englisch - Türkisch
vasıta olma
aracı olma
vasıta
araç
vasıta/yardım
some purpose
means
instrument
{i} enstrüman

Herhangi bir müzik enstrümanı çalabiliyor musun? - Can you play any musical instruments?

Ben vokal müziği enstrümantal müzikten daha çok severim. - I like vocal music better than instrumental music.

instrument
{i} alet

Bir müzik aleti çalar mısın? - Do you play a musical instrument?

Favori müzik aletin nedir? - What's your favorite musical instrument?

instrument
{i} araç

Araç durumu Rus dilinin en zarif yönlerinden biridir. - The instrumental case is one of the most graceful aspects of the Russian language.

Refah, tapılacak bir tanrı değil, sadece kullanılacak bir araçtır. - Prosperity is only an instrument to be used, not a deity to be worshipped.

instrument
(Mekanik) ölçü aleti
instrument
(Ticaret) borç senedi
instrument
doküman
instrument
aygıt
instrument
senet
instrument
cihaz
instrument
çalgı

Zither, öğrenmek için zor bir çalgı mıdır? - Is the zither a hard instrument to learn?

Tom bir çeşit telli çalgı çalıyor. - Tom is playing a string instrument of some sort.

instrument
döküman
instrument
saz
instrument
belge
instrument
gereç
instrument
{i} huk. belge
instrument
senet yazmak
instrument
percussion instrument davul ve zil gibi vurularak çal
instrument
(Askeri) ALET: Belli bir işi yapmak için kullanılan teknik ve fenni herhangi bir vasıta
instrument
belgit
instrument
(Tıp) n.Alet
instrument
on instruments aletler vasıtasıyle uçak idare edilerek
instrumentalities
(Hukuk) suçta kullanılan araçlar
through one's instrumentality
vasıtası ile
through one's instrumentality
(fiil)sıtası ile, sayesinde
through one's instrumentality
sayesinde
Englisch - Englisch
Something that is instrumental
The quality or condition of being instrumental; serving a purpose, being useful

In a later vision the Saviour revealed to her in detail the ‘great design’ which he wished to establish through her instrumentality.

A governmental organ with a specific purpose

Any work in which the copyright was ever owned or administered by the Alien Property Custodian and in which the restored copyright would be owned by a government or instrumentality thereof, is not a restored work.

an artifact (or system of artifacts) that is instrumental in accomplishing some end
The quality or condition of being instrumental; that which is instrumental; anything used as a means; medium; agency
Notes issued by a federal agency whose obligations are guaranteed by the full-faith-and-credit of the government, even though the agency's responsibilities are not necessarily those of the U S government
a subsidiary organ of government created for a special purpose; "are the judicial instrumentalities of local governments adequate?"; "he studied the French instrumentalities for law enforcement"
an artifact (or system of artifacts) that is instrumental in accomplishing some end the quality of being instrumental for some purpose a subsidiary organ of government created for a special purpose; "are the judicial instrumentalities of local governments adequate?"; "he studied the French instrumentalities for law enforcement
the quality of being instrumental for some purpose
Obligations of government agencies that are backed by the full faith and credit of the government However, these obligations are not direct obligations of the government Examples of such instumentalities are the Student Loan Marketing Association, Federal Intermediate Credit and Federal Land Banks
{i} quality of being instrumental; help, assistance, means
A term used by Parsons and Bales to refer to emphasis on tasks, focus on more distant goals, and a concern for the external relationship between one's family and other social institutions (See 263)
The probability that a particular first-level outcome will be followed by a particular second-level outcome (6)
The probability that a particular first-level outcome will be followed by a particular second-level outcome
instrument
A measuring or displaying device

The instrument detected an increase in radioactivity.

instrument
A person used as a mere tool for achieving a goal
instrument
To apply measuring devices
instrument
A tool, implement

The dentist set down his tray of instruments.

ınstrumentality
{n} means to an end
instrument
A written legal documents created to affect the rights of the parties
instrument
{i} tool, implement; device, appliance; musical instrument; agent, means; document
instrument
A legal document which effects some change in rights and interests; often related to real estate Many different types of instruments are recorded daily in the office of the Register of Deeds New instruments are established as societal needs change
instrument
(law) a document that states some contractual relationship or grants some right
instrument
An instrument is a tool or device that is used to do a particular task, especially a scientific task. instruments for cleaning and polishing teeth The environment itself will at the same time be measured by about 60 scientific instruments
instrument
A written document
instrument
Something that is an instrument for achieving a particular aim is used by people to achieve that aim. The veto has been a traditional instrument of diplomacy for centuries. see also stringed instrument, wind instrument. Musical Instrument Digital Interface brass instrument negotiable instrument percussion instrument reed instrument stringed instrument woodwind instrument
instrument
equip with instruments for measuring, recording, or controlling
instrument
One who, or that which, is made a means, or is caused to serve a purpose; a medium, means, or agent
instrument
An assessment device (test, questionnaire, protocol, etc ) adopted, adapted, or constructed for the purpose of the evaluation
instrument
A musical instrument is an object such as a piano, guitar, or flute, which you play in order to produce music. Learning a musical instrument introduces a child to an understanding of music
instrument
write an instrumental score for
instrument
the semantic role of the entity (usually inanimate) that the agent uses to perform an action or start a process
instrument
A legal document in writing to create, alter, modify or terminate a right
instrument
In audio, generally refers to a musical instrument of some type
instrument
A formal legal document or commercial paper, such as a bill of exchange, bond, check, draft, stock, etc (1) A negotiable instrument is one that is capable of being transferred by endorsement or delivery (2) A nonnegotiable instrument is one that is not capable of being transferred by endorsement or delivery alone, though it may be assigned
instrument
instr
instrument
A contrivance or implement, by which musical sounds are produced; as, a musical instrument
instrument
An instrument is the data used to affect the playback of a sample without the need for an effect In the original trackers, the instrument information was the sample volume, fine tune, and loop, and it was held within a module The sample could only be saved as a sample and it would lose volume and fine tune information (I think samples with loop information would retain this when saved, am I right?) Now, with the more advanced trackers, an instrument consists of one or more samples with things like volume envelopes, panning and vibrato all included These instruments can be saved and they retain all of their original information
instrument
A writing, as the means of giving formal expression to some act; a writing expressive of some act, contract, process, as a deed, contract, writ, etc
instrument
Any written document having a legal effect that performs a specific function
instrument
A device used to produce music
instrument
A legal document, such as a contract, deed, trust, mortgage, power, indenture, or will
instrument
a person used by another to gain an end
instrument
address a legal document to
instrument
A semantic case, frequently appearing as a prepositional phrase introduced by the preposition "with" For example, in "Mary ate the pizza with her fingers", the prepositional phrase "with her fingers" indicates the instrument used in the action described by the sentence
instrument
An instrument is a device that is used for making measurements of something such as speed, height, or sound, for example on a ship or plane or in a car. crucial instruments on the control panel
instrument
To devise, conceive, cook-up, plan
instrument
A tool used to collect and organize information Includes written instruments or measures, such as questionnaires, scales, and tests
instrument
the means whereby some act is accomplished; "my greed was the instrument of my destruction"; "science has given us new tools to fight disease"
instrument
any of various devices or contrivances that can be used to produce musical tones or sounds
instrument
a device that requires skill for proper use
instrument
1 A tool or device that is used to do a particular task 2 A device that is used for making measurements of something [3]
instrument
Any device that produces a musical sound
instrument
A written legal document created to effect the rights of the parties
instrument
A device used in churches to create musical sounds Instruments are such things as the pipe organ, electronic organ, keyboard, piano, guitar, trumpet, tambourine, flute, etc
instrument
To perform upon an instrument; to prepare for an instrument; as, a sonata instrumented for orchestra
instrument
A written legal document
instrument
a device used to collect data, information, and evidence These devices can include tests, questionnaires, application forms, interview schedules, checklists, rating scales, and observation records See Measure (noun), Test (noun)
instrument
- Any written document having a legal effect
instrument
Any written document having a legal effect
instrument
A form of written legal document
instrument
{f} equip with instruments; orchestrate, arrange a piece of music for musical instruments
instrument
That by means of which any work is performed, or result is effected; a tool; a utensil; an implement; as, the instruments of a mechanic; astronomical instruments
instrument
In recent trackers, instruments can be used This is seperate from the actual sample information and can control envelopes, NNAs and even MIDI information One instrument may also be made up of multiple samples This term can also be used to mean the settings used to synthesize a sound
instrument
legal document
instrument
a device that requires skill for proper use a person used by another to gain an end address a legal document to write an instrumental score for equip with instruments for measuring, recording, or controlling
instrument
the means whereby some act is accomplished; "my greed was the instrument of my destruction"; "science has given us new tools to fight disease" a device that requires skill for proper use a person used by another to gain an end address a legal document to write an instrumental score for equip with instruments for measuring, recording, or controlling
instrument
A legal document in written form setting out certain rights of parties to it
instrument
document
instrument
a formal document such as a deed or a will
instrument
inst

Nobody in my family can play a musical instrument. - No one in my family can play a musical instrument.

Everyone in my family can play an instrument. - Everyone in my family can play a musical instrument.

instrumentality

    Silbentrennung

    in·stru·men·tal·i·ty

    Türkische aussprache

    înstrımentälîti

    Aussprache

    /ˌənstrəmenˈtalətē/ /ˌɪnstrəmɛnˈtælɪtiː/

    Etymologie

    [ "in(t)-str&-m&n-'ta-l& ] (noun.) 1651. From instrumental +‎ -ity.

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