martial

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} askeri
{s} savaşa ait
savaşla ilgili
(Tıp) marsiyal
savaşkan
savaşçı
(Tıp) Demirli, demir ihtiva eden
{s} savaşa özgü
harbe ait
{s} cesur
savaşçı/savaşa ait
martial law örft idare
martiallyaskerce
cesurca
sıkıyönetim

13 Aralık 1981'de Polonya'da sıkıyönetim ilan edildi. - On December 13, 1981 martial law was declared in Poland.

martial arts
savaş sanatları
martial art
savaş sanatı

Hiçbir savaş sanatını bilmem. - I don't know any martial arts.

martial law
(Kanun) sıkıyönetim kanunu
martial rule
(Askeri) sıkıyönetim
martial law
sıkıyönetim

13 Aralık 1981'de Polonya'da sıkıyönetim ilan edildi. - On December 13, 1981 martial law was declared in Poland.

martial music
savaş şarkısı
martial artist
Dövüş sanatçısı
martial arts
(Spor) Dövüş sanatları

Naginata, Japonya'nın geleneksel dövüş sanatlarından biridir. - Naginata is one of Japan's traditional martial arts.

Onun dövüş sanatları kahramanlığı zaten yüce mükemmellik seviyesine ulaştı. - His martial arts prowess has already reached a level of sublime perfection.

martial arts
(Spor) Dövüş sporları
martial court
(Kanun) harp divanı
martial law
örfi idare
martial law
(Askeri) SIKI YÖNETİM: Olağanüstü zamanda, memleket içinde, kamu yararına olarak, kısmi veya tam askeri idarenin uygulanması. Buna (martial rule) da denir
martial rule
(Askeri) SIKI YÖNETİM: Bak. "martial law"
master of martial arts
dövüş ustası
martial law
(Kanun) sıkı yönetim
court martial
askeri mahkeme
court-martial
askeri mahkeme

O, görevden kaçtığı için askeri mahkemede yargılandı. - He was court-martialed for dereliction of duty.

O askeri mahkemeye verildi ve ölüm cezasına çarptırıldı. - He was court-martialled and sentenced to death.

court-martial
divanıharp
court-martial
askeri mahkemede yargılamak
declare martial law
sıkıyönetim ilan etmek
drumhead court martial
seferde acele ile toplanan harp divanı
mixed martial arts
(Spor) uzak doğu dövüş teknikleri ve güreşten oluşan dövüş teknikleri
not warlike or martial
savaşçı ya da savaş
court martial
divanı harp
court martial
askerı mahkeme
court martial order
(Askeri) ASKERİ MAHKEME KARARI: Bir genel veya özel askeri mahkemenin yargılama sonunda yayımlanmış kararı
drum court martial
harp divanı
martially
cesurca
martially
(zarf) cesurca
proclamation of martial law
sıkıyönetim ilânı
qualified martial law
(Askeri) sıkıyönetim yasası
special court martial order
(Askeri) ÖZEL YETKİLİ ASKERİ MAHKEME KARARI
summary court martial
(Askeri) DAR YETKİLİ ASKERİ MAHKEME: ABD Ordusunda, bir subaydan kurulu askeri mahkeme. Bu mahkeme; bir aya kadar hapis, 45 güne kadar ağır hizmet, iki aya kadar disiplin cezası ve bir maaşın üçte ikisine kadar para kesme cezası verebilir
summary court martial
(Askeri) dar yetkili askeri mahkeme
summary court martial order
(Askeri) DAR YETKİLİ ASKERİ MAHKEME KARARI
Englisch - Englisch
A male given name narrowly applied to certain historic persons (but some of its foreign cognates are modern given names)

Saint Martial was the first bishop of Limoges circa 250.

Anglicized cognomen or given name of the Roman poet Marcus Valerius Martialis, born in Spain in the first century AD and noted for his epigrams
Characteristic of or befitting a warrior; having a military bearing; soldierly, soldierlike, warriorlike
Relating to or connected with the armed forces or the profession of arms or military life
Of, relating to, or suggestive of war; warlike
pertaining to war or military operations
{a} warlike, suiting war, bold, like iron
Martialis, as the translation of the name narrowly applies to certain historic persons
Anglicized cognomen or nickname of the Roman poet Marcus Valerius Martialis, born in Spain in the first century AD and noted for his epigrams
Pertaining to, or containing, iron; chalybeate; as, martial preparations
(of persons) befitting a warrior; "a military bearing"
of or relating to the armed forces; "martial law"
Of, pertaining to, or suited for, war; military; as, martial music; a martial appearance
Roman poet noted for epigrams (first century BC)
Practiced in, or inclined to, war; warlike; brave
{s} of or pertaining to war; befitting a warrior; military, warlike
Martial is used to describe things relating to soldiers or war. The paper was actually twice banned under the martial regime. see also court martial. connected with war and fighting (martialis , from Mars Mars, god of war). adj. Latin Marcus Valerius Martialis born AD 38/41, Bilbilis, Hispania died 103 Roman poet. Born in a Roman colony in what is now Spain, Martial went to Rome as a young man. There he associated with such figures as Seneca, Lucan, and Juvenal and enjoyed the patronage of the emperors Titus and Domitian. His early poetry, some marred by gross adulation of Titus, was undistinguished. He is renowned for his 12 books of epigrams (86-102?), a form he virtually created. Pointed and often obscene, they provide a picture of Roman society during the early empire that is remarkable both for its completeness and for its accurate portrayal of human foibles. adj. court martial martial art martial law
Pertaining to, or resembling, the god, or the planet, Mars
Belonging to war, or to an army and navy; opposed to civil; as, martial law; a court- martial
suggesting war or military life
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martial art
Commonly, any of several fighting styles which contain systematised methods of training for combat, both armed and unarmed; often practised as a sport, e.g. boxing, karate, judo, Silat, wrestling, or Muay Thai
martial art
military skills, proficiency in military strategy, prowess in warfare
martial artist
A practitioner of martial arts
martial arts
plural form of martial art
martial law
Rules by military authorities, especially when imposed on a civilian population in time of war or other crisis, or in an occupied territory
martial art
art of fighting, art of combat
martial art
any of several Oriental arts of weaponless self-defense; usually practiced as a sport; "he had a black belt in the martial arts
martial art
A martial art is one of the methods of fighting, often without weapons, that come from the Far East, for example kung fu, karate, or judo. Any of several Asian arts of combat or self-defense, such as aikido, karate, judo, or tae kwon do, usually practiced as sport. Often used in the plural. a sport such as judo or karate, in which you fight with your hands and feet. Martial arts were developed in Eastern Asia. Any of several arts of combat and self-defense that are widely practiced as sport. There are armed and unarmed varieties, most based on traditional fighting methods used in East Asia. In modern times, derivatives of armed martial arts include kendo (fencing with wooden swords) and kyudo (archery). Unarmed varieties include aikido, judo, karate, kung fu, and tae kwon do. Because of the influence of Taoism and Zen Buddhism, there is a strong emphasis in all the martial arts on the practitioner's mental and spiritual state. A hierarchy of expertise, ranging from the novice ("white belt") to the master ("black belt"), is usually recognized. See also t'ai chi ch'uan; jujitsu
martial arts
methods of hand-to-hand combat using weapons and the bare hands (i.e. Ninjitsu)
martial law
The suspension of normal civil law and its replacement by strict military control Often declared during times of civil unrest
martial law
The law of military necessity in the actual presence of war, administered by the general of the army Martial law is built upon no settled principles, but is entirely arbitrary in its decisions In reality it is no law, but something indulged rather than allowed as law The necessity of order and discipline in the army alone gives it countenance; therefore, it is not permitted in time of peace, when the courts are open for all persons to receive justice according to the laws of the land See Mitchell v Harmony, 13 How 128 (1851) "Martial Law" is exercised over all classes of persons indiscriminately, in the actual presence of war
martial law
戒嚴法
martial law
Laws brought about by a government to deal with emergencies These laws are usually enforced by the military and involve the suspension of rights and freedoms TOP
martial law
Martial law is control of an area by soldiers, not the police. The military leadership have lifted martial law in several more towns. a situation in which the army controls an area instead of the police, especially because of fighting against the government impose/declare martial law. Temporary rule of a designated area by military authorities in time of emergency when the civil authorities are deemed unable to function. Under martial law, civil rights are usually suspended, and the activities of civil courts are restricted or supplanted entirely by military tribunals. Such "acts done by necessity" are limited only by international law and the conventions of civilized warfare. Though temporary in theory, a state of martial law may in fact continue indefinitely. See also human rights; war crimes
martial law
the body of law imposed by the military over civilian affairs (usually in time of war or civil crisis); overrides civil law
martial law
A temporary rule by military authorities, imposed on a civilian population especially in time of war or when civil authority has broken down
martial law
military rule
martial rule
government by military forces, law enforced by military power
martial(a)
of or relating to the armed forces; "martial law
court martial
A court where cases of military law are heard
court martial
To bring court martial proceedings against somebody
court-martial
A military court of law
court-martial
To undergo trial in a military court
court-martial
A trial before such a tribunal
courts martial
plural form of court martial
mixed martial arts
A style of combat sport allowing a wide range of combat techniques such as striking and grappling
mixed martial arts
Mixed martial arts (MMA) is a combat sport in which a wide variety of fighting techniques are used, including striking and grappling
court martial
military or naval court to try offenses against military law; trial by such a court
court martial
A military court set up to try and punish offences committed by members of the army, navy or air force
court martial
A court martial is a trial in a military court of a member of the armed forces who is charged with breaking a military (Hukuk) He is due to face a court-martial on drugs charges He was arrested, tried by court martial and shot
court martial
If a member of the armed forces is court martialled, he or she is tried in a military court. I was court-martialled and sentenced to six months in a military prison
court martial
The spellings court martialing and court martialed are used in American English; courts martial is also used as a plural form for the noun
court martial
A military court set up to try and punish offenses taken by members of the army, navy or air force
court-martial
a trial by court martial
court-martial
a military court to try serious breaches of martial law
court-martial
a trial by court martial a military court to try serious breaches of martial law subject to trial by court-martial
court-martial
a court that judges soldiers etc who may have broken military law, or an occasion when this judgment is made. court-martialled court-martialling court-martialed court-martialing to hear and judge someone's case in a military court. Military court for hearing charges brought against members of the armed forces or others within its jurisdiction; also, the legal proceeding of such a court. Most countries today have military codes of justice administered by military courts, often subject to civilian appellate review. Courts-martial are generally convened as ad hoc courts to try one or more cases referred by some high military authority. The convening officer chooses officers, and sometimes enlisted personnel, from his or her command to sit on the court, determine guilt or innocence, and hand down sentences. See also military law
court-martial
subject to trial by court-martial
court-martial board
military court set up to try soldiers who have broken military law
drumhead court martial
informal brief court martial held on a battlefield for an offense that was committed during military operations
drumhead court-martial
a military court convened to hear urgent charges of offences committed in action
drumhead court-martial
A court-martial held for the summary trial of an offense committed during military operations
field court-martial
temporary military court set up away from base
general court-martial
military court, naval court
general court-martial
A court-martial consisting of at least five officers for trying major offenses
martial arts
bu
martially
in a military manner; in a manner befitting a warrior
martially
In a martial manner
proclamation of martial law
{i} declaration of martial law
special court martial
court martial convened to try cases of minor violations (in the USA)
special court-martial
In the U.S. armed forces, a court-martial consisting of at least three officers for trying intermediate offenses
special court-martial
a court-martial to try soldiers for offences less serious that than those committed in action; consists of at least three officers
summary court-martial
In the U.S. armed forces, a court-martial consisting of one officer, convened and held to try relatively minor offenses
martial
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