operative

listen to the pronunciation of operative
Englisch - Türkisch
{s} etkili
{s} geçerli
{s} işleyen
amil
çalışan
casus
işçi
amele
çalışır durumda
işlemsel
müessir
operatif
faal
etkin
yürürlükte
casus/dedektif/işçi
{s} uygulamalı
{s} ameliyat ile ilgili
(Tıp) Operatif: Ameliyata ait
{i} usta işçi
(Tıp) Tesirli, etkili, faal hareketli, operativus
{i} operatör
{s} ameliyat edilebilir
dili hafiye
(Tıp) Ameliyatın sebep olduğu
{i} özel dedektif
{s} yürürlükte olan
{s} ameliyata ait
{i} teknisyen
etkili/faal/yürürlükte
ajan
dedektif
active
{s} faal

Fadıl, Facebook'ta faaldir. - Fadil is active on Facebook.

Bu kafatası ve çizgileri, 17. yüzyılın sonlarında İngiltere'de faaliyet gösteren dünyaca ünlü Kaptan Kidd'e dayanılarak adlandırılmıştır. - This skull and crossbones was named based on the world-famous Captain Kidd who was active in late 17th century Britain.

active
aktif

O oldukça aktif bir kişidir. - He is rather an active person.

Bayan Klein 80 yaşın üzerinde, ama hâlâ çok aktif. - Mrs Klein is over 80, but she's still very active.

operative manual
operatif kılavuzu
operative dentistry
(Diş Hekimliği) cerrahi diş hekimliği
operative error
işletme hatası
operative field
(Tıp) ameliyat sahası
operative signature
(Kanun) tatbiki imza
operative surgical procedures
(Tıp) operatif cerrahi işlemler
operative temperature
işletme sıcaklığı
active
{s} hareketli

Borsa çok hareketlidir. - The stock market is very active.

active
eyleyici
active
eylemli
active
eteği belinde
active
kıpırdak
oper
(Bilgisayar) işleç
active
canlı
operatively
faal olarak
co operative society
co operatif toplum
co-operative
işbirliği yapan
co-operative
kooperatif
co-operative
ortak, müşterek
unintended intra-operative awareness
(Tıp, İlaç) Anestezi altında farkındalık; yetersiz anestezi altında iken yapılan işlemleri hisseteme ve daha sonra hatırlama
active
(sıfat) aktif, çalışan, faal, işleyen, canlı, etkin, hareketli, enerjik, kıvrak, çalışkan, etken, üretken
active
{s} üretken
active
(Askeri) FAAL, AKTİF: Gözetlemede, tespit edilebilecek düzeyde enerji yayan hareket veya teçhizat için kullanılan bir sıfat
active
{s} enerjik

Liisa aktif ve enerjik bir genç kadın. - Liisa is an active and energetic young woman.

active
{s} dilb. etken
active
{s} kıvrak
active
hareket kuvveti olan
active
{s} çalışkan
active
(Tıp) a) Tesirli, etkili, müessir, aktif. b) Radyoaktif
operatively
faal şekilde
the operative word
kanıt niteliğinde söz
the operative word
yerinde söz
the operative word
etkili söz
Englisch - Englisch
A spy, secret agent, or detective
An employee or other worker with some particular function or skill
Functional, in working order
Effectual or important

He's usually in a good mood — the operative word there being usually. Today was a disaster.

active
{a} having the power of acting, strong
being in force or having or exerting force; "operative regulations"; "the major tendencies operative in the American political system"
An operative is a worker, especially one who does work with their hands. In an automated car plant there is not a human operative to be seen
a person secretly employed in espionage for a government
someone who can be employed as a detective to collect information
relating to or requiring or amenable to treatment by surgery especially as opposed to medicine; "a surgical appendix"; "a surgical procedure"; "operative dentistry"
(of e g a machine) performing or capable of performing; "in running (or working) order"; "a functional set of brakes"
{s} in working order; valid; influential; important; surgical; efficient
of or relating to a surgical operation; "operative surgery"
An operative is someone who works for a government agency such as the intelligence service. Naturally the CIA wants to protect its operatives
being in force or having or exerting force; "operative regulations"; "the major tendencies operative in the American political system" effective; producing a desired effect; "the operative word" of or relating to a surgical operation; "operative surgery
Based upon, or consisting of, an operation or operations; as, operative surgery
one who operates a machine in a mill or manufactory
Having the power of acting; hence, exerting force, physical or moral; active in the production of effects; as, an operative motive
A skilled worker; an artisan; esp
Producing the appropriate or designed effect; efficacious; as, an operative dose, rule, or penalty
If you describe a word as the operative word, you want to draw attention to it because you think it is important or exactly true in a particular situation. As long as the operative word is `greed', you can't count on people keeping the costs down
of or relating to a surgical operation; "operative surgery
effective; producing a desired effect; "the operative word"
{i} worker; craftsman; artisan; person who is employed secretly in spying for a government
A system or service that is operative is working or having an effect. The commercial telephone service was no longer operative
operant
operative field
the area that is open during surgery
operative.
op
post-operative
Like someone who has recently had surgery

She was looking even paler, more post-operative, as it were, than she had on waking.

post-operative
Soon after surgery

The post-operative procedure is as follows.

co-operative
{a} tending to the same purpose or end
unintended intra-operative awareness
(Tıp, İlaç) Unintended intra-operative awareness or anesthesia awareness occurs during general anesthesia, when a patient has not had enough general anesthetic or analgesic to prevent consciousness and the recall of events
Co-operative Commonwealth Federation
Political party prominent in western Canada in the 1930s and '40s. It was founded in Calgary, Alta., in 1932 by a federation of farm, labour, and socialist parties to transform the capitalist system into a "cooperative commonwealth" by democratic means. It called for the socialization of banks and public ownership of transportation, communication, and natural resources. It won the general election in Saskatchewan in 1944 and took over the provincial government. It won further Saskatchewan elections but declined elsewhere. In 1961 it merged with the New Democratic Party
co-operative
A co-operative is a business or organization run by the people who work for it, or owned by the people who use it. These people share its benefits and profits. They decided a housing co-operative was the way to regenerate Ormiston Crescent The restaurant is run as a co-operative. = collective
co-operative
a cellar belonging jointly to a number of small producers
co-operative
of a group effort, of working together
co-operative
an autonomous association of persons united voluntarily to meet their common economic, social, and cultural needs and aspirations through a jointly-owned and democratically-controlled enterprise
co-operative
The ownership of a separate amount of space in a multiple dwelling or multiple-occupancy building with proportioned tenancy in common ownership of common elements Used jointly with other owners, however, the owner does not have clear title to a specific unit, but becomes a shareholder of the corporation which owns all the property and occupies by way of a tenancy agreement subject to shareholders agreement administered by an elected board of directors
co-operative
An organization that is owned by members who pay an annual membership fee and share in any profits
co-operative
Acts or works together with another in a joint effort The trinity is co-operative, because each morn bar of the Godhead shares the same will and work
co-operative
If you say that someone is co-operative, you mean that they do what you ask them to without complaining or arguing. I made every effort to be co-operative. = obliging
co-operative
A co-op is a form of ownership in which a corporation or business entity holds title to a property and grants the occupancy rights to particular apartments or units to shareholders by means leases or similar arrangements A loan granted for a co-op is collateralized by an assignment of the proprietary lease and a pledge of the shares of stock allocated to the unit
co-operative
A co-operative activity is done by people working together. He was transferred to FBI custody in a smooth co-operative effort between Egyptian and US authorities + co-operatively co-operatively They agreed to work co-operatively to ease tensions wherever possible
co-operative
The ownership of a separate amount of space in a multiple dwelling or other multiple occupancy building with proportioned tenancy in common ownership of common elements Used jointly with other owners however, the owner does not own hid/her specific unit but he/she becomes a shareholder of the corporation which owns all the real property and occupies by way of a tenancy agreement administrated by an elected board of directors
co-operative
An enterprise or organization that is jointly owned and run by the people that work there
co-operative
The ownership of a separate amount of space in a multiple dwelling or other multiple-occupancy building with proportioned tenancy in common ownership of common elements Used jointly with other owners however, the owner does not own his/her specific unit but he/she becomes a shareholder of the corporation which owns all the real property and occupies by way of a tenancy agreement subject to a shareholders agreement administered by an elected board of directors
co-operative
A type of multiple ownership in which the residents of a multiunit housing complex own shares in the co-operative corporation that owns the property, giving each resident the right to occupy a specific apartment or unit
co-operative
An arrangement in which a corporation made up of residents owns a building The buyer owns a proprietary lease, rather than real property, and a corresponding number of shares in the corporation
co-operative
A co-operative, as defined by the International Labour Organization is an association of persons, usually of limited means, who have voluntarily joined together to achieve a common economic end through the formation of a democratically controlled business organization, making equitable contributions to the capital required and accepting a fair share of the risks and benefits of the undertaking [UN-ESCAP (1991)]
co-operative
A form of multiple ownership in which a corporation or business trust entity holds title to a property and grants occupancy rights to shareholders by means of proprietary leases or similar arrangements
co-operative
A form of multiple ownership of real estate in which a corporation or business trust entity holds title to a property and grants the occupancy rights to particular apartments or units to shareholders by means of proprietary leases or similar arrangements
co-operative society
In Britain, a co-operative society is a commercial organization with several shops in a particular district. Customers can join this organization and get a share of its profits. = co-op
operatively
in an operative manner; effectively
operatively
by means of an operative
operatively
In an operative manner
operatives
plural of operative
post-operative
relating to the time after someone has had a medical operation
operative
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