negligently

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Englisch - Türkisch
baştan savma
negligence
ihmal

Muhalefet başbakanı ihmalkarlıkla suçladı. - The opposition accused the prime minister of negligence.

Liisa beni ihmalkarlıkla suçladı. - Liisa accused me of negligence.

negligent
{s} ihmalkâr
negligence
ihmalkârlık

Muhalefet başbakanı ihmalkarlıkla suçladı. - The opposition accused the prime minister of negligence.

Liisa beni ihmalkarlıkla suçladı. - Liisa accused me of negligence.

negligent
ihmalci
negligence
ihlal
negligence
sürünceme
negligence
savsaklama
negligence
(Ticaret) tedbirsizlik
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baştan savmacı
negligent
ilgisiz
negligence
boşlama
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kayıtsızlık
negligent
kayıtsız
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dikkatsiz
negligence
{i} umursamazlık
negligence
negligentihmalci
negligence
kayıtsızlık/ihmalcilik
negligence
ihmalcilik
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lâubalice
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dikkatsizlik
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özensizlik
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baştan savma olarak
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saygısızca
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negligentlydikkatsizlikle
negligence
gross negligence büyük gaflet
negligence
savsak kayıtsız
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umursamaz
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lakayt
negligent
kayıtsız/ihmalci
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{s} savsak
Englisch - Englisch
In a negligent manner
{a} carelessly, heedlessly, remissly
in a negligent manner; "he did his work negligently
in a negligent manner, irresponsibly; recklessly, carelessly; sloppily
in a negligent manner; "he did his work negligently"
negligence
The breach of a duty of care: the failure to exercise a standard of care that a reasonable person would have in a similar situation
negligence
The tort whereby a duty of reasonable care was breached, causing damage: any conduct short of intentional or reckless action that falls below the legal standard for preventing unreasonable injury
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The state of being negligent
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Careless, without appropriate or sufficient attention
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Culpable due to negligence
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omission of that which ought to be done
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remiss
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apt to omit what ought to be done
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{n} a habit of acting carelessly, folly
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{a} careless, heedless, inattentive, idle
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Action or failure to act that is outside the realm of what would be considered appropriate by ordinary, reasonably prudent persons
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A failure to use the care that a reasonable person would use under similar circumstances
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The failure of a person to use that degree of care in a given situation which by law one is obligated to use in order to protect the rights and property of others
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Failure to use the degree of care expected from a reasonable and prudent person
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the trait of neglecting responsibilities and lacking concern
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Failure, through omission or commission, to act as an ordinary, reasonable and prudent person would act Consideration must be given to the particular situation, circumstances involved, and knowledge of the parties
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Failure to exercise the care toward others that a reasonable or prudent person would do in the circumstances, or taking action which a reasonable person would not Negligence is accidental, as distinguished from "intentional torts" (assault or trespass, for example) or from crimes, but a crime can also constitute negligence, such as reckless driving Topic areas: Staff Development and Organizational Capacity, Accountability and Evaluation, Volunteer Management, Operations Management and Leadership
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The failure to use the degree of care that is required by law to protect others from harm
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If someone is guilty of negligence, they have failed to do something which they ought to do. The soldiers were ordered to appear before a disciplinary council on charges of negligence. failure to take enough care over something that you are responsible for. In law, failure to exercise the degree of care expected of a person of ordinary prudence in protecting others from a risk of harm. It may render one civilly and sometimes criminally liable for resulting injuries. The doctrine of negligence does not require the elimination of all risk, but rather only foreseeable and unreasonable risk. Thus a higher standard applies to explosives manufacturers than to manufacturers of kitchen matches. The plaintiff must ordinarily prove the defendant's negligence with a preponderance of evidence. See also contributory negligence
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Failure to exercise the care that an ordinarily prudent person would exercise in the same circumstances
negligence
{i} neglect; disregard, carelessness; failure to provide the necessary provision for (Law)
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The neglect or omission of reasonable precaution or care
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- Failure to use that degree of care which an ordinary person of reasonable prudence would use under the given circumstances Negligence may be constituted by acts of either omission or commission or both
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An act or instance of negligence or carelessness
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The failure to use the care that a reasonable and prudent person would have used under the same or similar circumstances
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A legal concept which means that an individual failed to act in a reasonable and prudent manner in a situation where he or she had a duty to another person or the public A person who is negligent is responsible for the damages the action or failure to act causes unless some defense is available
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Failure to use that degree of care which an ordinary person of reasonable prudence would use under the given or similar circumstances A person may be negligent by acts of omission or commission or both (G)
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failure to act with the prudence that a reasonable person would exercise under the same circumstances the trait of neglecting responsibilities and lacking concern
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A specialist is bound to higher skill and diligence in his specialty than one who is not a specialist, and liability for negligence varies acordingly
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A fault standard in libel and other tort law Negligent behavior is normally described as an act or action that a reasonably prudent person or a reasonable individual would not have committed In libel law, courts often measure negligence by asking whether the allegedly libelous material was the work of a person who exercised reasonable care in preparation of the story
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The failure, through omission or commission, to act as an ordinary, reasonable and prudent person would act Consideration must be given to the specific situation, the circumstances and the knowledge of the parties involved
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– A failure to make a reasonable attempt to comply with the tax law or to exercise ordinary and reasonable care in preparing a return Negligence also includes failure to keep adequate books and records You will not have to pay a negligence penalty if you have a reasonable basis for a position you took Back to Top
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The failure to exercise a standard of care that a reasonable person would have in a similar situation; any conduct short of intentional or reckless action that falls below the legal standard for preventing unreasonable injury
negligence
The omission of the care usual under the circumstances, being convertible with the Roman culpa
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Not only are people responsible for the intentional harm they cause, but their failure to act as a reasonable person would be expected to act in similar circumstances (i e "negligence") will also give rise to compensation Negligence, if it causes injury to another, can give rise to a liability suit under tort Negligence is always assessed having regards to the circumstances and to the standard of care which would reasonably be expected of a person in similar circumstances Everybody has a duty to ensure that their actions do not cause harm to others Between negligence and the intentional act there lies yet another, more serious type of negligence which is called gross negligence Gross negligence is any action or an omission in reckless disregard of the consequences to the safety or property of another See also contributory negligence and comparative negligence
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The failure to do something which a reasonable person, guided by ordinary considerations would do; or the doing of something which a reasonable and prudent person would not do
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Failure to be sufficiently careful in a matter in which one has a moral responsibility to exercise care is negligence Some careless mistakes are negligent, as when a surgeon sews up a patient with surgical instruments inside Others are not, as when one dribbles soup down the front of one's sweater A private or civil wrong or injury is called a tort, the prosecution of which tries to recover for a loss caused by someone's failure to fulfill a recognized duty owed to another, or by acting with less care than a reasonably prudent person would do under the same circumstances
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The quality or state of being negligent; lack of due diligence or care; omission of duty; habitual neglect; heedlessness
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A lack of such reasonable care and caution as would be expected of a prudent person A penalty may be assessed if any part of an underpayment of tax is due to negligent or intentional disregard of rules and regulations
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The failure to use such care as a reasonably prudent and careful person would use under similar circumstances
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The failure to use ordinary or reasonable care under the circumstances
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failure to act with the prudence that a reasonable person would exercise under the same circumstances
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Failure to use care which a reasonable and prudent person would use under similar circumstances
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General Failure to use that degree of care which an ordinary person of reasonable prudence would use under the given or similar circumstances   A person may be negligent by acts of omission or commission or both
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Failure to exercise the degree of care that a reasonable person would exercise under the same circumstances
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Careless, without appropriate or sufficent attention
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{s} neglectful; remiss; inattentive, careless; guilty of negligence
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marked by insufficient care or attention; "a negligent housekeeper"; "negligent about personal cleanliness" characterized by neglect and undue lack of concern; "negligent parents"; "negligent of detail"; "negligent in his correspondence
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Failing to providing a proper or reasonable level of care
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marked by insufficient care or attention; "a negligent housekeeper"; "negligent about personal cleanliness"
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Apt to neglect; customarily neglectful; characterized by negligence; careless; heedless; culpably careless; showing lack of attention; as, disposed in negligent order
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describes a condition in which you absentmindedly answer the door in your nightie
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If someone in a position of responsibility is negligent, they do not do something which they ought to do. The jury determined that the airline was negligent in training and supervising the crew The Council had acted in a negligent manner. + negligently neg·li·gent·ly A manufacturer negligently made and marketed a car with defective brakes
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characterized by neglect and undue lack of concern; "negligent parents"; "negligent of detail"; "negligent in his correspondence"
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(adj), describes a condition in which you absent-mindedly answer the door in your nightie
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characterized by neglect and undue lack of concern; "negligent parents"; "negligent of detail"; "negligent in his correspondence
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    Silbentrennung

    neg·li·gent·ly

    Türkische aussprache

    neglîcıntli

    Aussprache

    /ˈnegləʤəntlē/ /ˈnɛɡlɪʤəntliː/

    Etymologie

    [ -j&nt ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French & Latin; Middle French, from Latin neglegent-, neglegens, present participle of neglegere.

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