lay off

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Englisch - Türkisch
işten çıkarmak
(deyim) lay someone off iscilere gecici olarak yol vermek. lay off sth. [kd] durmak,vaz gecmek
geçici olarak uzaklaştırmak
kesmek
bırakmak
(Askeri) sahilden uzaklaşmak
(Dilbilim) bir şeyi yapmaya son vermek
(deyim) yakasına bırakmak
(deyim) başından gitmek
(Askeri) liman dışında kalmak
(Kanun) işe son vermek
(Askeri) kıyıdan uzaklaşmak
(deyim) rahatsız etmeyi kesmek
(Dilbilim) bir şeyi yapmayı bırakmak
vazgeçmek
(Askeri) kıyıdan açılmak
(deyim) (bir iş vb) son bulmak
(deyim) (bir işe vb) son vermek
işten çıkar
(geçici olarak) işten çıkarmak
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- geçici olarak işten çıkarmak 2- bir kenara koymak
-argo- -i rahat bırakmak
(işçiye) geçici olarak yol vermek
-i rahat bırakmak
İşten çıkarmak, geçici olarak uzaklaştırmak, ara vermek, kesmek, bırakmak, rahat bırakmak, bitmek, bir kenara koymak
bitmek
bir kenara koymak
ara vermek
rahat bırakmak
k.dili. -i rahat bırakmak
ertelemek
kovmak
geçici işten çıkarılma
lay off someone
Birini işten çıkartmak

I was laid off when the company moved to Izmir.

lay off from a job
açığa almak
lay off pay
geçici işsizlik parası
lay off smoking
sigarayı bırakmak
layoff
işten çıkarma
lie off
gemi açıkta yatmak
lie off
alargada yatmak
lay someone off
(işçiye/personele) geçici olarak ya da sürekli yol vermek
lay-off
işten çıkarma
layoff
mecburi işsizlik
layoff
işçilerin geçici olarak işten çıkartılması
layoff
geçici işten çıkarılma
lie off
uzakta demirlemek
lie off
ara vermek
lie off
den. alargada yatmak
temporary lay off
geçici işçi çıkarmak
Englisch - Englisch
To place all or part of a bet with another bookmaker in order to reduce risk
To stop bothering, annoying, teasing, pestering, pressuring, being aggressive with, or hovering over someone; to leave (someone) alone

Lay off it, already!.

To cease, quit, stop (doing something)

When are you gonna lay off smoking?.

To dismiss (workers) from employment, e.g. at a time of low business volume, often with a severance package
postpone; fire, dismiss from a job
To carry out a transaction in the market to offset a previous transaction and return to a square position
to dismiss from employment, sometimes temporarily
To brush an unloaded paintbrush across a wet painted surface to create a smooth as possible finish
put an end to a state or an activity; "Quit teasing your little brother"
dismiss, usually for economic reasons; "She was laid off together with hundreds of other workers when the company downsized"
When a company is unable to compete and must reduce expenses, they may be forced to send some employees home A lay off is usually considered "temporary" until the company is able to regain financial stability
To reduce the point count for the non-knocker, by added cards to the melds of the knocker
If workers are laid off, they are told by their employers to leave their job, usually because there is no more work for them to do. 100,000 federal workers will be laid off to reduce the deficit They did not sell a single car for a month and had to lay off workers. see also layoff
To rule off a course
layoff
A period of time when someone is unavailable for work
layoff
A dismissal of employees from their jobs because of tightened budgetary constraints or work shortage (not due to poor performance or misconduct)
lay-off
an occasion when an employer ends a worker's employment for a temporary period of time because there is not enough work
layoff
A layoff is a period of time in which people do not work or take part in their normal activities, often because they are resting or are injured. They both made full recoveries after lengthy injury layoffs
layoff
A temporary or permanent dissolution of the employment relationship due to any causal factor (economic slowdown, technological change, reorganization, etc )
layoff
Used in the context of general equities Eliminate all or part of a position by finding customers or other dealers to take them
layoff
Separation of an employee from a position to which he or she was appointed as a result of abolition of a position, lack of work, or lack of funds; the employee may have recall rights for a certain period of time under certain conditions
layoff
{i} act of discharging workers (especially temporarily); period when one is not employed, period of forced inactivity
layoff
A separation of a permanent employee from the service of the University necessitated by the lack of work or the lack of funds Layoffs should be for short periods of time, no longer than one year, with the expectation of reemployment
layoff
For other than performance or wrongdoing, an employee is no longer on the payroll of a business A layoff is usually the result of a downturn in the economy, lower profit margins, or a paring down of business operations
layoff
A person who is unemployed but expects to be called back to a specific job If he/she expects to be called back within 30 days, it is considered a temporary layoff; otherwise, it is an indefinite layoff
layoff
When there are layoffs in a company, workers are told by their employers to leave their job, usually because there is no more work for them in the company. It will close more than 200 stores nationwide resulting in the layoffs of an estimated 2,000 employees
layoff
Reduction in workforce because of lack of work, curtailment of funds, reorganization or other reasons that are not for cause
layoff
Workforce reduction of a permanent or semi-permanent nature
layoff
In football, a ball that has been rolled in front of another player for them to kick
layoff
Involuntary separation of an employee due to discontinuation of a job or department, reduction-in-force, reallocation of funds, reduction in work hours, lack of work, reorganization of the department, or other circumstances that do not necessarily reflect negatively on the employee's performance
layoff
The separation of persons from an employer as part of a mass layoff event (See below ) Such layoffs involve both persons subject to recall and those who are terminated by the establishment
layoff
the act of laying off an employee or a work force
layoff
Separation from a permanent position because of lack of work or lack of funds, or because the position has been abolished or reclassified, or because an employee has exhausted all leave privileges after illness or injury
layoff
The separation of an employee from service to the judicial branch because of lack of work, lack of funds, reorganization
lay off
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