occupation

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i}

Kemal Tahir Esir Şehrin İnsanları isimli kitabında İstanbul'un 1920'li yıllardaki işgal günlerini anlatır. - Kemal Tahir narrates the occupation days of Istanbul in 1920s in his book named The People Of The Slave City.

Erkek kardeşimin şu anda işi yok. - My brother has no occupation now.

meslek

İnsanlara milliyet, cinsiyet veya meslek temelinde ayrımcılık yapmayın. - Don't discriminate against people based on nationality, gender, or occupation.

işgal

Gaziantep, 1921'de Fransız işgalinden kurtarıldı. - Gaziantep was freed from the French occupation in 1921.

Kemal Tahir Esir Şehrin İnsanları isimli kitabında İstanbul'un 1920'li yıllardaki işgal günlerini anlatır. - Kemal Tahir narrates the occupation days of Istanbul in 1920s in his book named The People Of The Slave City.

{i} meşguliyet
{i} uğraşı
{i} uğraş
(Tıp) Kişinin devamlı olarak meşgul olduğu iş veya sanat, meslek
zorla alma
{i} oturma
(Askeri) İŞGAL: Bir hedefin, esaslı bir mukavemet görmeden ele geçirilmesi
{i} kullanan
uğraşı/meslek/işgâl
sanat
army of occupation işgal ordusu
tasarruf
(Ticaret) zilyetlik
occupation mobility
mesleki akışkanlık
occupation clasp
(Askeri) İŞGAL ŞERİDİ: 1945 yılından sonra bir işgal bölgesinde görev yapıldığını belirtmek için verilen madeni çubuk. Ayrıca bakınız: "army of occupation medal"
occupation currency
(Askeri) İŞGAL PARASI: Bak. "military currency"
occupation of a position
(Askeri) BİR MEVKİİN MEVZİ İŞGALİ: Bir bölgeye girilmesi ve bu bölgenin muharebe sahası olarak düzenlenmesi
occupation phase
(Askeri) İŞGAL SAFHASI, İŞGAL DEVRESİ: İşgal edilmiş bir bölgede, bir silahlı kuvvete verilen ve bölge içindeki personel, arazi ve malların kontrolünü içine alan vazifenin devam ettiği süre
occupation type military government
(Askeri) ASKERİ İŞGAL HÜKÜMETİ, ASKERİ İŞGAL İDARESİ: Bir işgal bölgesinde, sivil hükümet teşkilatına uygun şekilde kurulan askeri hükümet
occupational
{s} mesleki, meslek dolayısıyla meydana gelen: occupational disease mesleki hastalık. occupational hazard mesleki tehlike
occupational
{s} meslekle ilgili
occupational
mesleki
occupational
(Ticaret) işe ait
occupational
(Ticaret) işle ilgili
occupational
(Ticaret) mesleğe
occupational
iş (ile ilgili)
occupations
meslekler
change of occupation
meslek değişikliği
gainful occupation
verginli çalışma
occupational
subsidiary occupation
tali iş
enemy occupation
Düşman işgali
grandfather's occupation
dedenin mesleği
lower-status occupation
alt durum işgal
occupationally
mesleksel
pre occupation
öncesi işgal
present occupation
Bu meslek
primary occupation
Birincil meslek
re-occupation
yeniden işgali
social occupation
sosyal uğraşı
usual occupation
daha önce çalıştığınız iş dalı
woman who sews as an occupation
bir meslek olarak sews kadın
army of occupation
(Askeri) İŞGAL ORDUSU: Bölge dahilinde nizam ve asayişi korumak veya mütareke yada teslim şartlarının yerine getirilmesini temin etmek maksadıyla, düşman arazisinde fiili kontrol hizmeti gören bir ordu. Ayrıca bakınız: "Military occupation" ve "occupied territories"
army of occupation
işgal ordusu
blind alley occupation
yükselme olanağı olmayan iş
field of occupation
(Dilbilim) uğraş alanı
gainful occupation
(Avrupa Birliği) kazanç getirici faaliyet
illicit occupation
(Kanun) fuzuli işgal
main civilian occupation
(Askeri) ESAS SİVİL MESLEK: Bir şahsın, sivil hayatta, en fazla meleke sahibi olduğu iş veya ihtisas
military occupation
(Askeri) ASKERİ İŞGAL: Bir memleketin, yabancı bir silahlı kuvvetin fiili kontrolü altına girmesi hali. Ayrıca bakınız: "occupied territory", "phases of military government", "army of occupation"
occupational
(Tıp) Meslekle ilgili, mesleğe bağlı
occupational
meslek dolayısıyle meydana gelen occupational therapy meşguliyetle tedavi
occupational
işgal kuvvetleri ile ilgili
occupational
meşguliyetle yapılan
occupational
rehabilitasyon
occupational
meşguliyete ait
occupational
{s} işgal
occupationally
mesleki yönden
owner occupation
sahibinin oturduğu ev
professional occupation
(Politika, Siyaset) profesyonel uğraşlar
professional occupation
(Avrupa Birliği) serbest meslek
what's your occupation
mesleğiniz ne
without occupation
işsiz
Englisch - Englisch
The control of a country or region by a hostile army
An activity or task with which one occupies oneself; usually specifically the productive activity, service, trade, or craft for which one is regularly paid
The act, process or state of possessing a place
{i} profession, vocation; employment; business; work
{i} act of forcefully taking possession of an area, seizure; conquest; possession or settlement of land
{n} a business, employment, trade, art
A category of jobs that involve similar activities at different work sites
the principal activity in your life that you do to earn money; "he's not in my line of business"
when a person engages in a job-task that brings livelihood (salary, fringe benefits or other facilities), or work experience, the identity of a profession, designation or employee status
the control of a country by military forces of a foreign power
the name of a job that identifies a person's principle business or work activity
a group of similar jobs found in different industries or organizations (Herr and Cramer, 1984)
The occupation of a country happens when it is entered and controlled by a foreign army. the deportation of Jews from Paris during the German occupation. the period from 1940-44 during World War II, when France was occupied by the German army. (1945-52) Military occupation of Japan by the Allied Powers after its defeat in World War II. Theoretically an international occupation, in fact it was carried out almost entirely by the U.S. under Gen. Douglas MacArthur. During the Occupation period, Japanese soldiers and civilians from abroad were repatriated to Japan, arms industries were dismantled, and political prisoners were released. Wartime leaders stood trial for war crimes, and seven were executed. A new constitution, vesting power in the people, replaced the Meiji Constitution; in it Japan renounced its right to wage war, the emperor was reduced to ceremonial status, and women were given the right to vote. The Occupation administration also carried out land reform, reducing the number of farmers who were tenants from 46% to 10%, and began the breakup of the zaibatsu (business conglomerates). Labour unions were initially encouraged, but as fears of leftist organizations grew with the advent of the Cold War, stronger governmental control of labour was supported. The education system, seen as elitist, was revised to resemble the U.S. system. Though the U.S. wanted to end the Occupation in 1947, the Soviet Union vetoed a peace treaty with Japan; a treaty was signed in 1951, and the Occupation ended the following year
An occupation is something that you spend time doing, either for pleasure or because it needs to be done. Parachuting is a dangerous occupation
the act of occupying or taking possession of a building; "occupation of a building without a certificate of occupancy is illegal"
any activity that occupies a person's attention; "he missed the bell in his occupation with the computer game"
– the specific kind of work a person does If a person has a job but at work, it is the kind of work he will be doing when he reports for work, or will be doing if he is waiting for a new a job to begin within two weeks from the date of interview
That which occupies or engages the time and attention; the principal business of one's life; vocation; employment; calling; trade
The American Community Survey uses the occupational classification system developed for the 2000 census This system consists of 509 specific occupational categories for employed people arranged into 23 major occupational groups This classification was developed to be consistent with the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) Manual: 2000, published by the Executive Office of the President Office of Management and Budget Tabulations with occupation as the primary characteristic present several levels of occupational detail The most detailed tabulations will be shown in a special 2000 subject report, CD-ROMs and on the internet These products contain all 509 occupational categories plus industry or class of worker sub-groupings of occupational categories
- the specific kind of work a person does If a person has a job but at work, it is the kind of work he will be doing when he reports for work, or will be doing if he is waiting for a new a job to begin within two weeks from the date of interview
The Stage involving satisfactory completion by the Builder, moving in, arranging for additional works and securing the home against invasion by humans and other creatures
a person's career or work
a measure of occupational activity of the individual which may include work, volunteerism, educational activity, and other occupational roles
A group of jobs having common or closely related responsibilities and duties, and occurring in representative industries throughout the country Actual duties within an occupation may vary from one establishment to another but most areas are common
the control of a country by military forces of a foreign power the period of time during which a place or position or nation is occupied; "during the German occupation of Paris
Choose One executive/managerialprofessional- doctor, lawyer, etc academic/educatorcomputer technical/engineeringother technical/engineeringservice/customer supportclerical/administrativesales/marketingtradesman/craftsmancollege/graduate studentK-12 studenthomemakerself-employed/own companyunemployed, looking for workretired
(From Latin occupatio: "a seizing" or "taking possesion ") The act or process of holding or taking possession of a place
the act of occupying or taking possession of a building; "occupation of a building without a certificate of occupancy is illegal" the principal activity in your life that you do to earn money; "he's not in my line of business" any activity that occupies a person's attention; "he missed the bell in his occupation with the computer game" the control of a country by military forces of a foreign power the period of time during which a place or position or nation is occupied; "during the German occupation of Paris
A group of all individual positions that are sufficiently alike, as to kind or subject matter of work, level of difficulty and responsibility, and qualification requirements of the work to warrant like treatment in carrying out the usual personnel processes An "occupation" is the smallest subdivision into which many positions subject to the provisions of the Classification Act of 1949, as amended, are grouped
This is the date the buyer moves into the property
the period of time during which a place or position or nation is occupied; "during the German occupation of Paris"
Required
For an alien entering the United States or adjusting without a labor certification, occupation refers to the employment held in the country of last legal residence or in the United States For an alien with a labor certification, occupation is the employment for which certification has been issued
The 4th Geneva Convention 1949 (signed by Israel) says that acquisition of territory by war is inadmissible It defines Occupied Territory, Occupying Power, and Protected People as the situation that results from cross-border military action This is the international law which forbids settlement or destruction of property and defines other obligations of an occupying power
The act or process of occupying or taking possession; actual possession and control; the state of being occupied; a holding or keeping; tenure; use; as, the occupation of lands by a tenant
Your occupation is your job or profession. I suppose I was looking for an occupation which was going to be an adventure Occupation: administrative assistant
Any meaningful work for which an employee is reasonably qualified in terms of training, education, and experience
Occupation of Japan
(1945-52) Military occupation of Japan by the Allied Powers after its defeat in World War II. Theoretically an international occupation, in fact it was carried out almost entirely by the U.S. under Gen. Douglas MacArthur. During the Occupation period, Japanese soldiers and civilians from abroad were repatriated to Japan, arms industries were dismantled, and political prisoners were released. Wartime leaders stood trial for war crimes, and seven were executed. A new constitution, vesting power in the people, replaced the Meiji Constitution; in it Japan renounced its right to wage war, the emperor was reduced to ceremonial status, and women were given the right to vote. The Occupation administration also carried out land reform, reducing the number of farmers who were tenants from 46% to 10%, and began the breakup of the zaibatsu (business conglomerates). Labour unions were initially encouraged, but as fears of leftist organizations grew with the advent of the Cold War, stronger governmental control of labour was supported. The education system, seen as elitist, was revised to resemble the U.S. system. Though the U.S. wanted to end the Occupation in 1947, the Soviet Union vetoed a peace treaty with Japan; a treaty was signed in 1951, and the Occupation ended the following year
occupation army
army of conquest, conquering army
occupation authorities
name used by the Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip to refer to the government of Israel
occupation license
a license to pursue a particular occupation
occupation survey
survey of activities performed by workers
occupational
Of, relating to, or caused by an occupation

Boredom is an occupational hazard if you are a checkout girl.

usual occupation
category you worked in
Ruhr occupation
(1923-25) Occupation of the industrial Ruhr River valley region in Germany by French and Belgian troops. The action was provoked by German deficiencies in the coal and coke deliveries to France required by the reparations agreement after World War I. French occupation of Düsseldorf, Duisburg, and Ruhrort in 1921 was followed by French-Belgian occupation of the entire region in 1923. Passive resistance by German workers paralyzed the Ruhr's economy and precipitated the collapse of the German currency. The dispute was settled by the Dawes Plan, and the occupation ended in 1925
army of occupation
army which has conquered an area and remains in possession of it
belligerent occupation
{i} military occupation, occupation by one country's military forces of all or part of the territory of another country
freedom of occupation basic law
basic law which determines that the residents of a country are entitled to work in any form of business which they so desire
freedom of occupation choice
right of an individual to choose his profession
high-status occupation
prestigious profession, occupation held in high regard
lower-status occupation
simple profession, blue-collar work, occupation which is not associated with high honor
military occupation
military profession
occupational
Occupational means relating to a person's job or profession. Some received substantial occupational assistance in the form of low-interest loans. + occupationally oc·cu·pa·tion·al·ly You might be having an occupationally related skin problem. relating to, or caused by your job. adj. occupational training occupational medicine occupational disease occupational therapy
occupational
of or relating to the activity or business for which you are trained; "occupational hazard
occupational
(Vocational) A program of study which focuses on job skills and includes course work only in the specific vocational area
occupational
applied to a recognised or defined work function based on distinctive competencies An occupational category may have professional attributes or be a specified category
occupational
Job related
occupational
{s} pertaining to an occupation; relating to a profession; of or pertaining to a trade or calling
occupational
of or relating to the activity or business for which you are trained; "occupational hazard"
occupationally
from a professional standpoint, from an occupational point of view
occupationally
as part of an occupation
occupations
plural of occupation
occupation
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