lock out

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Englisch - Türkisch
eşzamanlama yitimi
dışarıda bırakmak
lokavt yapmak
dışarda bırak
içeri sokmamak
toplu olarak işten çıkarmak
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- kapıyı kilitleyip (birini) dışarıda bırakmak 2- (işçileri) işyerine sokmamak
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{i} lokavt
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işkapatımı
lockout
toplu işten çıkarma
lockout
(Bilgisayar) kilitle
lockout
(Bilgisayar) kilitlenmiş
Lock-Out
Lokavt: İşveren tarafından kendi teşebbüsüyle veya bir işveren kuruluşun kararına uyarak işçilerin topluca işten uzaklaştırılması
lock s.o. out
kapıyı kilitleyerek birini dışarıda bırakmak; of kapıyı kilitleyerek birinin (bir yere) girmesini engellemek
lockout
sualtı çalışmalarında kullanılan ve altında denize açık bir çıkış yeri olan tertibat
lockout
işbıraktırımı
to lock out
lokavt yapmak
Englisch - Englisch
To prevent from entering a place, particularly oneself, inadvertently

I've locked myself out of my room again.

To prevent from accessing a data structure

The synchronize keyword locks out all other threads trying to access the object.

An event in which an employer bars employees from working as a tactic in negotiating terms of employment, particularly in response to a strike or threat to strike
If someone locks you out of a place, they prevent you entering it by locking the doors. They had had a row, and she had locked him out of the apartment My husband's locked me out
In an industrial dispute, if a company locks its workers out, it closes the factory or office in order to prevent the employees coming to work. The company locked out the workers, and then the rest of the work force went on strike
Partial repetition of an exercise by pushing the weight through only last few inches of movement
prevent employees from working during a strike
A positive method for disconnecting power or making something inoperative by using a physical lock to eliminate movement or operation
Description of an accommodation unit which can be divided into two independent units, each with their own access More common in the US than Europe
If you lock yourself out of a place, such as your house, you cannot get in because the door is locked and you do not have your keys. The new tenants locked themselves out of their apartment and had to break in There had been a knock at the door and when she opened it she locked herself out The wind had made the door swing closed, and she was now locked out
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The opposite of a strike, a labor disruption where management refuses to allow workers into a plant to work even if they are willing
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A situation where the system is not responding to input
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The action of installing a lock to keep someone out of an area, such as eviction of a tenant by changing the lock
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With PAC bond CMO classes, the period before the PAC sinking fund becomes effective With multifamily loans, the period of time during which prepayment is prohibited
lock-out
lock-out lock-outs in AM, use lockout A lock-out is a situation in which employers close a place of work and prevent workers from entering it until the workers accept the employer's new proposals on pay or conditions of work
lock-out
With P A C bond C M O classes, the period before the P A C sinking fund becomes effective With multifamily loans, the period of time during which prepayment is prohibited
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{i} refusal of an employer to give work to his employees until they have collectively agreed to his terms
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A negotiating strategy in which the employer locks the premises against the employees
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Lockout causes a suspension system to go rigid and act like a normal "unsprung" bike Lockout is useful in two ways: first, it prevents the suspension from "bobbing" when a rider is pedaling on flat road or uphill; and second, it reduces the height of suspension forks (on some models) which has benefits for riding uphill Bobbing is regarded as inefficient and annoying, although good design and changes in riding style have made this less of a problem than it was Most suspension forks are quite long and when riding up a steep slope, this causes the rider's weight to be a long way back on the bike Consequently, it is very easy to lift the front wheel off the ground with a powerful stroke, leading to "wandering" steering and interrupting the rider Not all suspension forks get shorter when locked out, but if you can find one that does, you will probably find lockout to be a very useful feature
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a management action resisting employee's demands; employees are barred from entering the workplace until they agree to terms
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A practice for preventing the undesired operation of equipment or power systems by the affixing of a device with a lock which prevents anyone from turning on the power or energy source
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- the temporary refusal of an employer to furnish work to the employees as a result of an industrial or labor dispute It comprises shutdown, mass retrenchment and dismissals without previous written clearance from the Secretary of Labor and Employment or his duly authorized representatives It may be: A ) Total - lasts for one month or less; B ) Temporary Closure - lasts for more than one month to six months; and C ) Permanent Closure - lasts for more than six months
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A situation where the a system is not responding to input
lockout
– the temporary refusal of an employer to furnish work to the employees as a result of an industrial or labor dispute It comprises shutdown, mass retrenchment and dismissals without previous written clearance from the Secretary of Labor and Employment or his duly authorized representatives It may be
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The period of time before a CMO investor will begin receiving principal payments (See Basic Characteristics of a CMO Tranche )
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A tactic of management in which the firm physically denies employees access to the workplace in order to pressure workers to agree to the company’s latest contract offer
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A situation wherein an employer refuses to allow bargaining unit employees to work or ceases operations entirely in an attempt to apply pressure to a union so that it will accept a settlement on more favorable terms Lockouts are prohibited in Canada during the life of a collective agreement
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An attendant is "locked out" of a call and can only re-enter if allowed by one of the callers
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The closing of a factory or workshop by an employer, usually in order to bring the workmen to satisfactory terms by a suspension of wages
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Strict procedures for disabling electrical circuits, or steam and hydraulic systems, while repair/maintenance is being done to equipment Safe lockout involves more than just turning off a switch
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(p 373) An attempt by management to put pressure on unions by temporarily closing the business
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A denial of employment by the employer for the purpose of forcing the workers to settle on his terms
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a situation when a company does not allow workers to go back to work, especially in a factory, until they accept the employers' conditions lock out lock. Tactic used by employers in labour disputes, in which employees are locked out of the workplace or otherwise denied employment. In the 1880s and '90s, factory owners in the U.S. often used lockouts against the Knights of Labor, which was struggling to organize industries such as meatpacking and cigar making. The lockout has been used less frequently in modern times, usually as part of a pact among members of employers' associations to frustrate labour unions by closing work facilities in response to strikes
lock out

    Silbentrennung

    Lock out

    Türkische aussprache

    läk aut

    Aussprache

    /ˈläk ˈout/ /ˈlɑːk ˈaʊt/

    Etymologie

    [ 'läk ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English lok, from Old English locc; akin to Old High German loc lock, Greek lygos withe, Latin luxus dislocated.

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