jus

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Englisch - Türkisch
hak

Davranışını haklı çıkar, haydi, bunların hepsi olduğunda orada olmanı haklı çıkar. - Justify your attitude, come on, justify being there when it all happened.

Her şahsın çalışmaya, işini serbestçe seçmeye, adil ve elverişli çalışma şartlarına ve işsizlikten korunmaya hakkı vardır. - Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment.

hukuk

Hukuk ve adalet aynı değildir. - The law and justice are not the same.

Profesyonel çevirmenler çoğunlukla sadece tek bir alanda uzmanlaşırlar, örneğin hukuk ve tıp. - Professional translators quite often specialize in just one field, for example law or medicine.

jus gentiumdevletler hukuku
jus divinum tanrısal emirlere dayanan hukuk
jus civilemedeni hukuk
hukuki hak
jus civile
medeni hukuk
jus gentium
milletlerarası hukuk
jus ad bellum
(Kanun) Kısaca "kuvvete başvurma hakkı" olarak tanımlanabilir. Savaşa başlamadan önceki süreç için kullanılır. Hangi durumlarda kuvvete başvurma hakkı olduğunu belirler. Jus in bello terimi ise savaş süreci için kullanılır. Savaş sırasında kuvvet kullanımının içeriği ile ilgilidir. Nelerin adil kuvvet kullanımı olup olmadığına bakar
jus cogens
Uluslararası hukuk tarafından kabul edilen ve devletlerin bunlara aykırı işlem yapamayacakları üstün kurallar, soykırım yasağı gibi
jus cogens
(Kanun) Buyruk Kuralları
jus gentium
(Kanun) Roma'da Roma vatandaşı olmayanlara uygulanan hukuk
da mihi factum dabo tibi jus
(Kanun) (Latince - Hukuk) "Bana olguları ver, sana hukuku vereyim." Hakimin bütün hukuki görüş acılarını inceleyerek hukuk normunu uygulaması anlamına gelir
ubi societas ibi jus
(Kanun) (Latince-Hukuk) Nerede (bir) toplum varsa orada (mutlaka) hukuk vardır
jus cogens
(Hukuk) buyruk kural
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von jus im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

UBİ JUS,İBİ SOCİETAS
(Hukuk) İnsan topluluğu(toplum) bulunan yerde hukuk vardır
Englisch - Englisch
A rich, lightly reduced stock used as a sauce for roasted meats
[Latin: word which, in Roman law, meant the law or a right] Also spelt "ius" in some English translations For example, public law was called "jus publicum" and private law was called "jus privatum "
{i} (Law) right, privilege; law
A rich, lightly reduced stock used as a sauce for roasted meats Many of these are started by deglazing the roasting pan, then reduced to achieve the rich flavor desired A jus lie is one that has been slightly thickened with cornstarch or flour
Usually refers to the natural juice from meat See au Jus Top of glossary K
Usually refers to the natural juice from meat See au Jus
[French] a rich, lightly reduced stock used as a sauce for roasted meats Many of these are started by deglazing the roasting pan, then reduced to achieve the rich flavor desired
antedate 1965
Latin: word which, in Roman law, meant the law or a right Also spelt "ius" in some English translations For example, public law was called "jus publicum" and private law was called "jus privatum "
jus accrescendi
The right of survivorship. This is often applied to survivorship in joint tenancy situations
jus cogens
a constraining law or peremptory norm; a fundamental principle of international law considered to be accepted by all states
jus gentium
the law of nations; international law
jus'
just
jus ad bellum
(Kanun) Jus ad bellum (Latin for "right to wage war") are a set of criteria that are consulted before engaging in war, in order to determine whether entering into war is justifiable
jus civile
the legal code of ancient Rome; codified under Justinian; the basis for many modern systems of civil law
jus proprietatis
(Latin) right of property
jus sanguinis
the principle that a person's nationality at birth is the same as that of his natural parents
jus soli
the principle that a person's nationality at birth is determined by the place of birth
da mihi factum dabo tibi jus
(Kanun) (Latin) "Give me the facts, I give you the law."
au jus
(ah-juice): Served with thickened, natural juices that develop during roasting
au jus
served in its natural juices or gravy; "roast beef au jus"
au jus
French sweet or savoury sauce
au jus
Served in its natural juices (roast prime ribs of beef au jus)
au jus
With natural juice or gravy from the item cooked
au jus
is a French phrase meaning meat served with its own natural juices
au jus
An unthickened sauce served with roasted meats, game or pultry, and made from the natural juices exuded during the roasting enhanced by the mirepoix added to the roaster
au jus
Served in the juice of roasted meat
au jus
(French) Served with natural juices
au jus
Natural pan juices that accumulate during the cooking of meat
au jus
French Served in natural juice or pan juices
au jus
Served with natural juices
au jus
French term used in reference to meat meaning "served in natural juices "
au jus
The French phrase that refers to meat served in its own natural juices
au jus
Served in unthickened natural juices, or natural meat drippings
au jus
served in its natural juices or gravy; "roast beef au jus
jus
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