objectionable

listen to the pronunciation of objectionable
Englisch - Türkisch
{s} sakıncalı
{s} itiraz edilebilir, nahoş, uygunsuz, münasebetsiz: His actions were objectionable. Terbiyesizce davrandı
nahoş
itiraz edilebilir
{s} mahzurlu
{s} tatsız
{s} hoş olmayan
nahoş/itiraz edilebilir
mide bulandırıcı
uygunsuz
objection
itiraz

Kulübümüzde bize katılmanıza itirazımız yok. - We have no objection to your joining us in our club.

Eğer sizin bir itirazınız yoksa ben oldukça iyiyim. - I'm quite all right if you have no objection to it.

objection
{i} mahzur
objection
karşı gelme
objection
objectionable itiraz edilebilir
objection
{i} itiraz nedeni
objection
{i} sakınca

Benim açımdan bir sakınca yoktur. - There is no objection on my part.

objection
kusur
objection
(Politika, Siyaset) ret
objection
engel
objection
itiraza
non objectionable
kabul edilebilir
non objectionable
hoş karşılanabilir
objection
yolsuz
objection
itiraz etme
objection
sakınca/itiraz
objection
Terbiyesizce davrandı
objection
itiraz sebebi
objectionably
sakıncalı bir şekilde
Englisch - Englisch
Offensive and arousing disapproval; worthy of objection

Before removing objectionable material, you'll have to decide what will offend people.

{s} arousing opposition; causing objection; repulsive; unpleasant
causing disapproval or protest; "a vulgar and objectionable person"
liable to objection or debate; used of something one might take exception to; "a thoroughly unpleasant highly exceptionable piece of writing"; "found the politician's views objectionable"
causing disapproval or protest; "a vulgar and objectionable person
If you describe someone or something as objectionable, you consider them to be extremely offensive and unacceptable. I don't like your tone young woman, in fact I find it highly objectionable. unpleasant and likely to offend people = offensive
Liable to objection; likely to be objected to or disapproved of; offensive; as, objectionable words
objection
An official protest raised in a court of law during a legal trial over a violation of the rules of the court by the opposing party
objection
A statement expressing opposition, or a reason or cause for expressing opposition
objection
{n} an oppositon, charge, fault, defect
objection
When an attorney alerts the judge to potential problems which may be caused by admission of evidence and asks the court to prevent the jury from hearing the evidence An attorney who disagrees with a ruling by the court must register an objection to that ruling in order to make the trial record clear and establish the right to object to the ruling before the appellate court, should there be an appeal
objection
(law) a procedure whereby a party to a suit says that a particular line of questioning or a particular witness or a piece of evidence or other matter is improper and should not be continued and asks the court to rule on its impropriety or illegality
objection
An opposing argument raised by one being preached to <<We were able to overcome the householder's objection with references to the Reasoning book >>
objection
the act of expressing earnest opposition or protest
objection
An Objection is a disagreement in a case If your creditor tries to ask for more money than they are entitled to, your attorney may file an objection to their claim
objection
The process by which one party takes exception to some statement or procedure An objection is either sustained (allowed) or overruled by the judge
objection
the speech act of objecting
objection
An exception to some statement or procedure during the trial or other proceeding Used to call the court's attention to improper evidence or procedure
objection
If you say that you have no objection to something, you mean that you are not annoyed or bothered by it. I have no objection to banks making money I no longer have any objection to your going to see her
objection
Cause of trouble; sorrow
objection
Reveals a customer’s interest in a product and can be used as a cue to provide additional information
objection
The act of objecting
objection
- Statement by an attorney taking exception to testimony or the attempted admission of evidence and opposing its consideration as evidence overrule - Court's denial of any motion or point raised to the Court
objection
If you make or raise an objection to something, you say that you do not like it or agree with it. Some managers have recently raised objection to the PFA handling these negotiations Despite objections by the White House, the Senate voted today to cut off aid. approval
objection
That which is, or may be, presented in opposition; an adverse reason or argument; a reason for objecting; obstacle; impediment; as, I have no objection to going; unreasonable objections
objection
The act of objecting; as, to prevent agreement, or action, by objection
objection
{i} act of objecting; opposition; appeal; denial; protest
objection
1 A procedure whereby a party asserts during a trial that a particular witness, line of questioning, piece of evidence, or other matter is improper and should not be continued, and asks the court to rule on its impropriety or illegality
objection
A formal protest made by a party during testimony to record claimed inadmissibility of evidence or impropriety of a question being asked
objection
the act of protesting; a public (often organized) manifestation of dissent
objection
The statement by the Purchaser of a concern regarding title to the subject property which the Purchaser requires the Vendor to correct before closing Also known as "requisition"
objection
The act of taking exception to some statement or procedure in trial Used to call the Court's attention to improper evidence or procedure
objectionably
in an objectionable manner; offensively; in a manner which repels
objectionably
In an objectionable manner
objectionable
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