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Englisch - Türkisch
(Eğitim) üçüncü sınıf öğrencisi
lise veya üniversitede sondan bir evvelki
(Ticaret) tali
kıdemce aşağı
(Askeri) alt devre
yaşça küçük

Genç, neden birlikte bir gruba girmiyoruz? - Junior, why don't we go into a group together?

daha genç

O benden beş yıl daha küçük. - She is five years junior to me.

Yaşça kendinden küçük olanlara tepeden bakar. - He is haughty to his juniors.

mevki veya kıdemce küçük olan kimse
{s} b.h. küçük (Babasıyla aynı adı taşıyan kimsenin adına eklenir.). 5
{s} çocuk

Tom ve Mary'nin bir çocukları vardı ve ona Tom Junior adını verdiler. - Tom and Mary had a child and called him Tom Junior.

{s} iki kişiden küçük olanı
{i} oğul
{i} birinci sınıf öğrencisi

Tom, Harvard'da birinci sınıf öğrencisidir. - Tom is a junior at Harvard.

kıdem bakımından aşağı olan
{i} küçük kimse
{i} yaşça küçük kimse
(Askeri) AST: Mevki ve kıdemce daha küçük olan; birisinin emri altında bulunan kimse
spor genç
junior debt
(Ticaret) teminatsız borç
junior debt
(Ticaret) teminatsız borçlar
junior high school
junior partner
(Ticaret) küçük hissedar
junior staff
(Ticaret) küçük memurlar
junior team
(Spor) küçük takım
junior clerk
kıdemsiz kâtip
junior high school
7-8-9 yıllardaki ortaöğretim
junior achievement
junior başarı
junior assistant
junior yardımcısı
junior department
junior bölüm
junior devil
Küçük şeytan
junior doctor
(Tıp, İlaç) Asistan doktor
junior high
yüksek junior
junior high school
İlkokul ile lise arasındaki 7., 8. ve 9. sınıfları kapsayan ortaokul
junior high school
Amerikan eğitim sisteminde 7., 8. ve 9. sınıfları kapsayan okul, ortaokul
junior year
junior yıl
junior accountant
(Ticaret) hesap uzman yardımcısı
junior accountant
(Ticaret) hesap uzman muavini
junior administrative officer
(Ticaret) alt kademe yönetici
junior books
çocuk kitapları
junior branch
gençlik kolu
junior clerk
(Kanun) kıdemsiz katip
junior college
iki yıllık yüksekokul
junior college
üniversitenin birinci ve ikinci sınıf öğretim programını uygulayan iki senelik okul
junior college
junior common room
öğrenci dinlenme odası
junior counsel
(Kanun) genç avukat
junior counsel
(Kanun) aşağı dereceli avukat
junior creditor
(Kanun) muaccel alacaklı
junior grade lieutenant
(Askeri) teğmen
junior high school
ilkokul ile lise arasındaki 7
junior high school

Tom hâlâ ortaokulda iken karate çalışmaya başladı. - Tom began to study karate when he was still in junior high school.

Sonunda ortaokuldan mezun oldum. - I finally graduated from junior high school.

junior high school
sınıfları kapsayan ortaokul
junior high school
junior market
(Ticaret) borsa ikinci piyasa
junior market
(Ticaret) borsa ikinci pazarı
junior mortgage
(Ticaret) ikinci derece ipotek
junior officer
(Askeri) Teğmen-yüzbaşı arası subaylar
junior officer
junior officer
(Askeri) SUBAY: Subaylık kademelerinin (subay, üstsubay, general) birincisi. (Officer teriminin anlamı ile bunun anlamını birbirine karıştırmamak lazımdır. Bak. "company officer"
junior school
junior security
(Ticaret) ikinci derecede teminat
junior technical college
meslek yüksek okulu
junior worker
kıdemsiz işçi
lieutenant, junior grade
den. teğmen
JR medical logistics, junior (USAF)
(Askeri) sıhhi lojistik, ast (Birleşik Devletler Hava Kuvvetleri (USAF))
lieutenant junior grade
lieutenant, junior
den. teğmen
lieutenant, junior grade
(Askeri) DENİZ ÜSTEĞMENİ: ABD Deniz Kuvvetleri'nde; rütbesi yüzbaşı (lieutenant) den küçük ve teğmen (ensign) den büyük deniz subayı
ottoman junior high school
warrant officer, junior grade
warrant officer, junior grade
(Askeri) ikinci sınıf kıdemli subay
Englisch - Englisch
A younger person

four years his junior.

A third-year student at a high school or university
Low in rank; having a subordinate role, job, or situation
A name suffix used after a son's name when his father has the same name. Abbreviation: Jr

The last man I met who was at school with me, though some years my junior, had a long white beard and no teeth.

Of or pertaining to a third academic year in a high school or university
{n} one younger in years or office
{a} younger, later-born, inferior, lower
Lower in standing or in rank; later in office; as, a junior partner; junior counsel; junior captain
If you are someone's junior, you are younger than they are. She now lives with actor Denis Lawson, 10 years her junior
An undergraduate student who has completed between 64-95 semester hours
A student who has completed at least 90 but not more than 134 term credits toward an undergraduate degree
used of the third or next to final year in United States high school or college; "the junior class"; "a third-year student"
younger; lower in rank; shorter in length of tenure or service
Strong commercial Chessbase Chess program by Amir Ban and Shay Bushinsky Deep Junior is the 2001 World Microcomputer Chess Champion [multi-processor]
Belonging to a younger person, or an earlier time of life
A junior official or employee holds a low-ranking position in an organization or profession. Junior and middle-ranking civil servants have pledged to join the indefinite strike. a junior minister attached to the prime minister's office. senior Junior is also a noun. The Lord Chancellor has said legal aid work is for juniors when they start out in the law
the younger of two men
A 2000 watt Fresnel back to top
including or intended for youthful persons; "a junior sports league"; "junior fashions"
{s} younger (placed after a name to indicate the younger of two who have the same name, esp. a father and son); having a lower rank or position; more recently admitted; of or belonging the class which is next below the last year (of a student)
This is a Rider under the age of 18
Composed of juniors, whether younger or a lower standing; as, the junior class; of or pertaining to juniors or to a junior class
The younger, or most recently established name
Class standing of student with 60-94 credits
A third-year, undergraduate student This classification is based on the number of course credit hours completed
Hence: One of a lower or later standing; specifically, in American colleges, one in the third year of his course, one in the fourth or final year being designated a senior; in some seminaries, one in the first year, in others, one in the second year, of a three years' course
{i} younger person; one having a lower rank or position; new arrival, one recently admitted; student in a class which is next below the last year
An undergraduate student who has accumulated between 56 and 85 credits, including credits transferred to UM
Less advanced in age than another; younger
a son who has the same first name as his father
term of address for a disrespectful and annoying male; "look here, junior, it's none of your business"
A polite term for a kiddie coaster, that is, a coaster designed mostly for small children There are, however, a number of junior coasters that provide more thrills that their size would suggest Knobels Hi Speed Thrill Coaster is a fine example of this
a player under the age of 25
According to the IAAF, a junior is any athlete who is under 20 on December 31 of that year For example, an athlete whose birthday is November 12, 1979 will be a junior in 1998 but not in 1999
a third-year undergraduate
In the United States, a student in the third year of a high school or university course is called a junior. used after the name of a man or boy who has the same name as his father
An athlete who will not reach their 20th birthday during the sports year Within the Junior age category, it is further divided into Junior 1 (age 14-16); and Junior 2 (age 17-19) At Junior World Cup races, athletes competed in the Junior 1 or 2 category At Junior World Championships, all Junior aged athletes compete in the same category
A student who has completed 60 to 89 college credit hours
a golfer who is below the age of majority Usually defined at most clubs as 18 years old Many clubs offer junior memberships at a discounted rate
Code name for the final design of original MessagePad device Also referred to as Pocket Newton See also Batman, H1000, Wedge, and OMP Source: DG
For dogs of 6 and not exceeding 18 calendar months of age on the day of the show
See Junior, n
a name suffix used after a sons name when his father has the same name. Abbreviation: Jr
the younger of two men a third-year undergraduate a son who has the same first name as his father term of address for a disrespectful and annoying male; "look here, junior, it's none of your business"
A golfer who attributes poor play to the fact that he or she lacks the experience of a mature player See SENIOR
A student who has acquired at least 60 semester hours of credit, but less than 90
Junior is sometimes used after the name of the younger of two men in a family who have the same name, sometimes in order to prevent confusion. The abbreviation Jr is also used. His son, Arthur Ochs Junior, is expected to succeed him as publisher
student who has earned between 60 and 89 semester hours
A third-year undergraduate student
a school for pupils aged 7 - 11 years
A student with at least 60 semester hours of credit
a student who has earned between 60 and 89 credit hours in college
Junior Circuit
The American League, the younger of Major League Baseball's two leagues
junior bridesmaid
A young woman that is too young to be a full bridesmaid, but too old to be a flower girl. Usually the junior bridesmaid walks down the aisle unaccompanied by a groomsman, but can be accompanied if the wedding party has an uneven number of people
junior college
An institution of higher education that awards the associate's degree but not bachelor's degree or higher
junior colleges
plural form of junior college
junior high
Junior high school
junior high school
A school for children that have completed elementary school or grade school, but are not yet old enough for high school. In the US, it often includes grades 6 or 7 through 9

In California the term originally used was intermediate high school, later shortened to intermediate school, but the term junior high school is rapidly supplanting the others.

junior high schools
plural form of junior high school
junior highs
plural form of junior high
junior miss
A clothing size for girls
junior school
A school which provides education for children in Key Stage 2, i.e. for four academic years from September after a child's 7th birthday
junior synonym
In zoological nomenclature, a name which describes the same taxon as a previously published name
junior synonyms
plural form of junior synonym
junior varsity
In sports, a team comprised of players who play behind the varsity unit
Attributive form of junior college

junior-college student.

junior doctor
Junior doctors in the United Kingdom are those in postgraduate training, starting at graduation with a medical degree and culminating in a post as a Consultant, a General Practitioner, or some other non-training post, such as a Staff grade or Associate Specialist post. The term junior doctor might be considered misleading. It includes skilled doctors with years of National Health Service experience of treating patients
junior year
Eleventh grade (called Grade 11 in some regions, also known as junior year in the U.S.) is a year of education in the United States and many other nations. Students are usually 16–17 years old. Eleventh grade is the next-to-last year of secondary school. Junior is a student in the eleventh grade in high school
Junior Mints
a type of small, soft, circle-shaped mint that is covered with chocolate
junior class
penultimate class in high school or college
junior clerk
minor official or functionary
junior college
a college that offers only the first two years terminating in an associate degree
junior college
Offers only the first two years of an undergraduate education Upon graduation you get a diploma, and may transfer into a four-year college Often called: two-year college, community college
junior college
– See Community College
junior college
Colleges that offer programs (usually two years or less for full-time students) that prepare students for immediate employment, or for transfer to college or university offering bachelor's degrees
junior college
A postsecondary institution which offers the first two years of college instruction, frequently confers an associate's degree, and does not confer a bachelor's degree The term "junior college" is often used interchangeably with the term "community college " See COMMUNITY/JUNIOR COLLEGE
junior college
An educational institution offering a two-year course that is generally the equivalent of the first two years of a four-year undergraduate course. a college in the US or Canada where students take a course of study that continues for two years = community college. or community college Educational institution that provides up to two years of college-level academic, technical, and vocational instruction with emphasis on career preparation. Roots of the junior college may be traced to the Chautauqua movement and other adult-education programs created after the American Civil War. The first junior college opened in Joliet, Ill., in 1901. The vast majority of junior colleges are publicly supported; called community colleges, they offer a variety of flexible programs that are often nontraditional in style and content. They have pioneered in offering part-time study, evening sessions, instruction by television, weekend workshops, and other services for members of their communities. Students rarely live on campus. Graduates of junior or community colleges ordinarily earn an associate's degree. They then transfer to a four-year college or enter the workforce. See also continuing education
junior debt
debt that will be repaid after the preferred debts are repaid
junior featherweight
weighs no more than 122 pounds
junior high
Benjamin Franklin Junior High
junior high
In the United States, junior high is the school that young people attend between the ages of 11 or 12 and 14 or
junior high school
school level that is between the elementary and high school levels (starting with grade 6 or 7 and going to grade 8 or 9)
junior high school
a secondary school usually including 7th and 8th grades
junior high school
A school in the U.S. system generally including the seventh, eighth, and sometimes ninth grades. a school in the US and Canada for children aged between 12 and 14 or 15 middle school , senior high school
junior lightweight
weighs no more than 130 pounds
junior middleweight
weighs no more than 154 pounds
junior officer
low ranking officer
junior partner
partner who holds a lower position than some other partners, partner who has been recently appointed
junior school
British school for children aged 7-11
junior school
In England and Wales, a junior school is a school for children between the ages of about seven and eleven. Middleton Road Junior School. a school in Britain for children aged 7 to 11
junior securities
mortgaged assets that are used as a guarantee
junior staff
lower ranking personnel, staff members of a lower standing
junior status
in a junior position
junior varsity
A high-school or college team that competes in interschool sports on the level below varsity. JV a team of younger or less experienced sports players who represent a school or university varsity
junior varsity
a college or university team that competes at a level below the varsity team
junior welterweight
weighs no more than 140 pounds
used of the third or next to final year in United States high school or college; "the junior class"; "a third-year student
inferior in rank or status; "the junior faculty"; "a lowly corporal"; "petty officialdom"; "a subordinate functionary
junior-high school pupils
students in the 7th-9th grades
junior-high school teacher
person who teaches at a junior-high school (grades 7, 8 and sometimes 9)
lieutenant junior grade
A commissioned officer of the United States Navy whose rank is above an ensign's and below a lieutenant, or a corresponding rank in other navies
lieutenant junior grade
A commissioned officer in the United States Coast Guard, Public Health Service, or National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration whose rank is above an ensign and below a lieutenant
A student who has completed the equivalent of 2 years of full-time undergraduate work; that is, 60 - 89 credit hours
Children and younger crew on a spaceship The age of majority is [around] 20 apparent years Merchanters age more slowly than stationer years due to hyperspace travel, and so do not reach majority until they have been alive rather more than 20 station years
A USA Swimming national championship meet for swimmers 18 years old or younger National meets are conducted in both short-course yards (in April) and long-course meters (in August)
lieutenant junior grade
an officer holding a commissioned rank in the United States Navy or United States Coast Guard; below lieutenant and above ensign
navy junior
The child of a member of the U.S. Navy, typically a career officer
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von junior im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

junior süiti
(Turizm) junior suite
maiyet memuru junior official
(in the entourage of a high official)