marshal

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} sıralamak
teşrifatçı
yol göstermek
(sakçı/itfaiye/vb.) şef
mareşal
dizmek
doğru yere götürmek
{f} sıraya koy
{i} polis müdürü

Tom Jackson, ABD polis müdürü, mahkumlara devlet cezaevine kadar eşlik etti. - Tom Jackson, a US Marshal, escorted prisoners to a state penitentiary.

mareşal müşür
{i} ask. mareşal
müşür
tanzim etmek
yol göster/sıraya diz
şef/teşrifatçı/mareşal
{f} 1. sıraya koymak, sıralamak, dizmek. 2
{i} teşrifatçı, protokol görevlisi
field marshal mareşal
polis şefi
itfaiye şefi
marshalling
(Askeri) MUHAREBE BİNDİRME HAZIRLIĞI: Amfibi veya hava indirme harekatına katılan birliklerin; a. bir araya gelme veya toplanma işlemi veya b. yükleme noktalarının civarındaki geçici kamplara harekat, c. muharebe için tam hazırlıklar ve d. yüklenme için hazırlık işlemleri.2. Muharebe yükleme hazırlığı, ikmal maddeleri ile teçhizatı, özellikle ulaştırma araçlarını bir araya toplama, el altında bulundurma ve ileri harekat için tertipleme işlemi. Ayrıca bakınız: "stage", "staging area" (Not: NATO ve ABD Savunma Kurulunun a'dan d'ye kadar olan alt bölümler bulunmamaktadır)
field marshal
mareşal
marshall
mareşal
provost marshal
adli subay
air vice marshal
hava vice mareşal
sky marshal
gökyüzü mareşal
synonymous with de-marshal
de-mareşal ile eşanlamlı
air marshal
korgeneral [hav.]
field marshal
feldmareşal
fire marshal
(Askeri) YANGIN SÖNDÜRME SUBAYI: Belirli bir birlik veya bölgede, yangından koruma tedbirleri almaya memur ve bu tedbirlerin uygulanmasından sorumlu subay
provost marshal
polis şefi
provost marshal
(Askeri) MERKEZ KOMUTANI: ABD'de; Kara Kuvvetleri Komutanlığı Karargahı altındaki bir komutanlığın bütün askeri inzibat faaliyetlerine nezaret eder; askeri inzibat meseleleri, harp esirleri, askeri mahpuslar ve komutanla kendisini ilgilendiren diğer konularda komutana danışmanlık eden bir karargah subayı
provost marshal
inzibat amiri
provost marshal general
(Askeri) MERKEZ KOMUTANI: ABD'de Harp esirleri ve enterne düşman tebaası ile ilgili hususlar da dahil olmak üzere, genel olarak Ordu ile alakalı ve askeri inzibatı ilgilendiren işlerin idaresi ile uğraşan ve bu işlere nezaret eden yüksek rütbeli subay
provost marshal general school
(Askeri) askeri inzibat okulu
provost marshal general school
(Askeri) ASKERİ İNZİBAT OKULU: ABD de; erleri ve subay namzetlerini, askeri inzibat sınıfında vazife görmek üzere yetiştiren sınıf okulu. Bu okul, Ordu Eğitim Hizmeti Başkanının nezareti altındadır
Englisch - Englisch
An English surname, a rare spelling of Marshall
A male given name derived from the surname, usually spelled Marshall
A military officer of the highest rank in several countries, including France and the former Soviet Union; equivalent to a general of the army in the United States. See also field marshal
A sheriff's assistant
to arrange facts etc. in some methodical order
to arrange troops etc. in line for inspection or a parade
A high-ranking officer in the household of a medieval prince or lord, who was originally in charge of the cavalry and later the military forces in general
to gather data for transmission
to ceremoniously guide, conduct or usher
A person in charge of the ceremonial arrangement and management of a gathering
{v} to range, to rank or put in order
{i} group of islands in the Pacific Ocean under the control of the USA; male first name
derived from the surname, usually spelled Marshall
Originally, an officer who had the care of horses; a groom
a law officer having duties similar to those of a sheriff in carrying out the judgments of a court of law (in some countries) a military officer of highest rank arrange in logical order; "marshal facts or arguments"
to arrange facts etc in some methodical order
A course official who oversees the safe running of the race Marshals have several roles to fill, including observing the spectators to ensure they do not endanger themselves or the competitors, acting as fire wardens, helping to remove stranded cars/drivers from the track and using waving flags to signal the condition of the track to drivers
1 a person designated by a tournament committee to help with crowd control and to keep order 2 a person designated to patrol the course, keeping an eye out for problems in general, but usually present to promote a reasonable pace of play or keep things moving Example: The marshal/ranger told the gallery to move back to make room for Byron's swing
In Britain and some other countries, a marshal is an officer who has the highest rank in an army or air force. Air Chief Marshal Sir Kenneth Cross
A peace officer who has the power to arrest, to serve civil processes and subpoenas, and to act as bailiff in the courtroom
In the United States and some other countries, a marshal is a police officer, often one who is responsible for a particular area. A federal marshal was killed in a shoot-out
To direct, guide, or lead
To copy data into a form suitable for use by another object Stubs perform marshalling
The executive officer of the federal court
(in some countries) a military officer of highest rank
The individual responsible for the execution of the running order of the dogs Control of the gallery on the course
lead ceremoniously, as in a procession
A marshal is an officer in a fire department. a Cleveland county fire marshal
peace officer, as in: To make sure the law was obeyed, a U S marshal stood at each entrance
The chief officer of arms, whose duty it was, in ancient times, to regulate combats in the lists
The person at a hunt test who's job it is to keep handlers and dogs organized and coming to the line in an orderly and expeditious manner A marshal is also the liaison between the judges and handlers, directs the gallery and keeps the test running smoothly
  Person responsible for the mechanics and smooth running of a hunting test   Each level will have it's own marshal as well to coordinate with judges, call the dogs to the line, etc  
make ready for action or use; "marshal resources"
place in proper rank; "marshal the troops"
An officer of high rank, charged with the arrangement of ceremonies, the conduct of operations, or the like One who goes before a prince to declare his coming and provide entertainment; a harbinger; a pursuivant
To dispose in order; to arrange in a suitable manner; as, to marshal troops or an army
In federal court, the individual that serves process on behalf of an indigent party to an action
{i} federal officer with the duties of a sheriff; officer responsible for the arrangement of ceremonies, master of ceremonies; head of the police or fire department; officer in charge of carrying out orders of the court
To dispose in due order, as the different quarterings on an escutcheon, or the different crests when several belong to an achievement
The highest ranking piece in the board game Stratego
One who regulates rank and order at a feast or any other assembly, directs the order of procession, and the like
The officer responsible for martial activities, particularly in overseeing them to ensure safety
{f} organize, set in order; direct; usher
Serves as "referee" and safety observer during fighting, and is responsible for the safety of the spectators Marinus has: armored marshals for heavy weapons combat, rapier marshals for fencing combat, archery marshals for archery competitions
a law officer having duties similar to those of a sheriff in carrying out the judgments of a court of law
In tournament play a marshal is a person designated by a tournament committee to help with crowd control During regular public (aka: ranger) play a marshal is a person designated to patrol the course, keeping an eye out for problems in general, but usually present to promote a reasonable pace of play or keep things moving
mar·shal marshals marshalling marshalled in AM, use marshaling, marshaled1. If you marshal people or things, you gather them together and arrange them for a particular purpose. Richard was marshalling the doctors and nurses, showing them where to go. the way in which Britain marshalled its economic and political resources to protect its security interests. = organize
A marshal is an official who helps to supervise a public event, especially a sports event. The grand prix is controlled by well-trained marshals
A ministerial officer, appointed for each judicial district of the United States, to execute the process of the courts of the United States, and perform various duties, similar to those of a sheriff
originally an official who had charge of horses, as a groom, or farrier But it became the title of various high military and civil officers The term was also used for a kind of guardian of etiquete; in the British royal household there is an official in the lord chamberlain's department called the marshal of the ceremonies The marshal of the king's bench was judge of the Marshalsea court A grand jury is sworn in by the judge's marshal etc See also Earl Marshal
The name is also sometimes applied to certain police officers of a city
an official of universities and some religious organizations who organizes processions, seatings, etc
  Person responsible for the mechanics and smooth running of a hunting test   Each level will have it's own marshal as well to coordinate with judges, call the dogs to the line, etc  
specially trained person who oversees combat activities
The highest military officer
A sheriffs assistant
arrange in logical order; "marshal facts or arguments"
A law enforcement officer or an administrative officer of a judicial district
Marshal Islands
Republic of the Marshall Islands, republic consisting of islands that are in the northern Pacific Ocean and under the control of the USA
Marshal Josip Broz Tito
a Yugoslav Communist politician, who was president of Yugoslavia from 1953 until his death. Although Yugoslavia was a Communist state at this time, it was not influenced or controlled by the Soviet Union. Some people now say that Tito's strong leadership kept Yugoslavia together as one country, and since his death it has separated into smaller parts (1892-1980)
Marshal Tito
{i} (1892-1980) birth name Josip Broz, Yugoslavian politician who was the resistance leader against Nazi occupation during World War II and established independence from the USSR in 1948, president of Yugoslavia from 1953 to 1980
Marshal of the Royal Air Force
the most important officer in the British air force
Air Chief Marshal
The most senior rank active in the Royal Air Force
Air Marshal
the second most senior rank active in the Royal Air Force, ranking above Air Vice Marshal and below Air Chief Marshal
Air Vice Marshal
the third most senior rank active in the Royal Air Force, ranking above Air Commodore and immediately below Air Marshal
Marshall
A male given name, transferred use of the surname since nineteenth century
air marshal
A military rank used by air forces, mostly in Commonwealth countries
air marshal
An armed, undercover guard on a commercial-airline flight
field marshal
In certain nations the highest military rank, ranking below only the commander in chief; now essentially disused
fire marshal
A public official with police powers responsible for enforcing fire safety regulations, and sometimes, who also investigates suspicious fires
marshall
Alternative spelling of marshal
sky marshal
A military rank in fiction for air force, space force, or armed forces, usually the topmost rank
sky marshal
An armed, undercover guard on a commercial-airline flight
marshaller
{n} one who ranges in order
Field Marshal Montgomery
a British military leader, known informally as Monty, who led the British army to victory in the Battle of El Alamein (1942) in World War II, and later became the commander of the British forces in Europe (1887-1976)
Field Marshal Rommel
a German military leader in World War II who was called the Desert Fox, and who won important battles in North Africa and Egypt, but was defeated by Montgomery at El Alamein in 1942. He was part of a secret plan to kill Hitler, and when this failed he killed himself (1891-1944)
Marshall
American jurist and politician who served as the chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court (1801-1835) and helped establish the practice of judicial review. American jurist who served as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court from 1967 to 1991. As a lawyer for the NAACP Marshall argued 32 cases before the Supreme Court, winning 29 of them, including Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas (1954), which brought about the end of legal segregation in public schools. Field Marshall Harlan John Marshall James Marshall Hendrix Marshall Islands Republic of the Marshall Islands Marshall Plan Marshall Alfred Marshall George Catlett Marshall John Marshall Paule Marshall Thomas Riley Marshall Thurgood McLuhan Herbert Marshall Nirenberg Marshall Warren
Marshall
An English and Scottish status surname for someone who was in charge of the horses of a royal household, or an occupational surname for someone who looked after horses, or was responsible for the custody of prisoners
Marshall
{i} family name; male first name; George Catlett Marshall (1880-1959) American military man and statesman, one who conceived the Marshall Plan, Nobel peace prize winner in 1953
Marshall
transferred use of the surname since nineteenth century
air chief marshal
a high rank in the British air force, or someone who has this rank
air chief marshal
senior officer in the British air force
air marshal
(British) commissioned officer in the air force who has the same rank as a lieutenant general in the army
air marshal
a person trained by the government in hijacking and terrorist tactics who (for security reasons) is a passenger aboard an airline flight
air vice-marshal
a high rank in the British air force, or someone who has this rank
earl marshal
An officer of state in England who marshals and orders all great ceremonials, takes cognizance of matters relating to honor, arms, and pedigree, and directs the proclamation of peace and war
earl marshal
The court of chivalry was formerly under his jurisdiction, and he is still the head of the herald's office or college of arms
earl marshal
an officer of the English peerage who organizes royal processions and other ceremonies
field marshal
officer of the highest rank in some armies
field marshal
A field marshal is an officer in the army who has the highest rank. An officer in some European armies, usually ranking just below the commander in chief. an officer of the highest rank in the British army
field marshal
an officer holding the highest rank in the army
fire marshal
Deputy Fire Chief in charge of the Fire Prevention Division
fire marshal
A public official responsible for the prevention and investigation of fires The marshal and his office are usually financed by a tax on the premiums of Property insurers
fire marshal
the head of a fire department
knight marshal
An officer in the household of the British sovereign, who has cognizance of transgressions within the royal household and verge, and of contracts made there, a member of the household being one of the parties
marshaling
When a client requests an object that resides on a remote host, a TCP/IP connection is established between the client and object server Marshaling involves creating a proxy for the object on the local machine and a stub on the remote machine The proxy communicates with the stub, handling all details The server on the remote machine will unmarshal the request, invoke the desired method, and send results back to the client The terms demarshal or unmarshal refer to the processing of incoming messages for delivery to local objects and clients
marshaling
—The process of preparing an object to be moved across a context, process, or application domain boundary See Remoting
marshaling
The act of arranging in due order
marshaling
The arrangement of an escutcheon to exhibit the alliances of the owner
marshaling
If an instance uses a separate process space from that of the application which invokes it, its data must be marshaled across the process boundary Each interface contains marshaling code that allows its parameters to be transmitted across process boundaries
marshaling
The process of packaging and sending interface method parameters across thread or process boundaries
marshall
United States general and statesman who as Secretary of State organized the European Recovery Program (1880-1959)
marshall
Official who supervises the competitors and the trampolines
marshall
US, alternative spelling of marshal
marshall
United States jurist; as chief justice of the Supreme Court he established the principles of United States constitutional law (1755-1835)
marshall
United States jurist; as chief justice of the Supreme Court he established the principles of United States constitutional law (1755-1835) United States general and statesman who as Secretary of State organized the European Recovery Program (1880-1959) United States actor (1914-1998)
marshall
refers to the Supreme Court ruling of September 17, 1999 that dealt with eel fishing charges against Donald Marshall, Jr The ruling created a great deal of uncertainty over aboriginal fishing rights
marshall
(in some countries) a military officer of highest rank
marshall
{f} organize, set in order; direct; usher
marshall
Head of Commandery
marshall
Brand name: Guitar amplifier Submitted by Karl Kuenning RFL from Roadie Net
marshall
One who controls the crowd during tournaments
marshall
a law officer having duties similar to those of a sheriff in carrying out the judgments of a court of law
marshall
(v ) To compact the values of several variables, arrays, or structures into a single contiguous block of memory; copying values out of a block of memory is called unmarshalling In most message passing systems, data must be marshalled to be sent in a single message
marshall
The process of converting programming language parameters into a protocol-dependent byte stream
marshall
United States actor (1914-1998)
marshalled
past of marshal
marshalling
present participle of marshal
marshalling
The process of converting native programming language data types to a format suitable for transmission across a network
marshalling
The process of taking arbitrary data (characters, integers, structures) and packing them up for transmission across a network (5)
marshalling
place for deck seeding events and waiting for an event to be swum
marshalling
{i} act or instance of organizing computer data into one standard form in order to be read by different applications
marshalling
Conversion of a CORBA value into a stream of bytes, typically to be sent over TCP/IP
marshalling
Where a creditor has two or more funds out of which to satisfy a debt, he cannot so elect as to deprive another individual who has but one fund for his security
marshalling
Marshalling is the process of packaging and sending interface method parameters across thread, process or machine boundaries
marshalling
RPC: The process by which a stub converts local arguments into network data and packages the network data for transmission See also network data, unmarshalling
marshals
the United States' oldest federal law enforcement agency is responsible today for protecting the Federal Judiciary and transporting federal prisoners and protecting federal witnesses and managing assets seized from criminals and generally ensuring the effective operation of the federal judicial system
provost marshal
commander of the military police
provost marshal
the supervisor of the military police
provost marshal general
chief officer of the military police
sky marshal
An armed federal law-enforcement officer assigned to prevent and interdict air piracy and acts of terrorism involving commercial aircraft
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von marshal im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

Marshalling
marshallıng
marshal

    Silbentrennung

    mar·shal

    Türkische aussprache

    märşıl

    Antonyme

    disorganize

    Aussprache

    /ˈmärsʜəl/ /ˈmɑːrʃəl/

    Etymologie

    (noun.) 13th century. Anglo-Norman marescal, marschal, Old French marescal, mareschal (“farrier; military commander”), from Late Latin mariscalcus (“groom, army commander, court dignitary”), either from Frankish *marhskalk“” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001, or from Old High German marah-scalc (“horse-servant”) in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913, from Proto-Germanic *marha-skalkaz ( > Old Saxon maraskalk, marahscalc). Compare English mare + shalk.

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