petty

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} önemsiz
{s} küçük

O sadece küçük bir holigan ama sadece onun biraz daha inisiyatifi olsa, o büyük bir suç lideri olabilir. - He's just a petty hooligan, but if he had just a little more initiative, he could be a major criminal leader.

Politikacılar arasındaki tüm küçük çekişmelerden bıktım. - I'm sick and tired of all the petty squabbling among politicians.

petty officerassubay
petty larceny çok değerli olmayan bir şey çalma
ufak kasa defteri
petty cash küçük kasa
{s} dar kafalı
cüzi
ikinci planda gelen
kırtıpil
darkafalı
petty jurypetit jury
{s} ufak tefek

Tom ufak tefek, değil mi? - Tom is petty, isn't he?

{s} ufak

Tom ufak tefek, değil mi? - Tom is petty, isn't he?

erbaş
{s} aşağılık
pireyi deve yapan
(Ticaret) ikinci derecede
petty cash
(Askeri) küçük kasa fonu
petty cash
küçük masraf
petty officer
(Askeri) erbaş
petty cash
küçük kasa
petty larceny
küçük hırsızlık
petty larceny
ufak hırsızlık
petty larceny
aşırma
petty offence
adi suç
petty offence
küçük suç
petty officer
astsubay
petty officer
deniz astsubayı
petty officer
çavuş
petty bourgeois
küçük burjuva
petty cash
1. küçük kasa. 2. küçük masraf
petty minded
küçük fikirli
petty theft
Adı hırsızlık
petty average
(Ticaret) küçük avarya
petty bourgeoisie
küçük burjuvazi
petty bourgeoisie morals
küçük burjuva değerleri
petty bourgois
küçük burjuva
petty bourgois
küçük burjuvaziye ait
petty cash
(Askeri) ELDEKİ NAKİT (AVAN) ; KÜÇÜK KASA HESABI; KÜÇÜK KASA FONU: Az miktarlarda ve derhal yapılması gerekli tediyelerde kullanılmak maksadıyla elde bulundurulan veya depozit olarak bir tarafa ayrılan para. Bu para, genellikle, avans olarak elde bulundurulur
petty cash
masraf kasası
petty cash book
(Ticaret) ufak kasa defteri
petty cash journal
(Ticaret) küçük kasa yevmiyesi
petty charges
(Ticaret) ufak tefek masraflar
petty crime
küçük suç
petty expenses
(Ticaret) ufak tefek giderler
petty expenses
(Ticaret) düşük tutardaki giderler
petty fund
(Ticaret) ufak kasa hesabı
petty jury
küçük jüri
petty jury
son kararı veren oniki kişilik jüri heyeti
petty larceny
adi hırsızlık
petty morel
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) hint sümbülü
petty offense
küçük suç
petty officer
erbaş (denizci)
petty officer
den. astsubay, erbaş
petty officer
(Askeri) DENİZ ASTSUBAY: Deniz kuvvetlerinde, Kara Ordusundaki astsubaylara tekabül eden askeri şahıs. Deniz astsubaylarının dört derecesi vardır; deniz astsubay kıdemli başçavuşu (chief petty officer), deniz astsubay üstçavuş (petty officer, second class) ve deniz astsubayı çavuş (petty officer, third class)
petty officer, second class
(Askeri) DENİZ ASTSUBAY ÜSTÇAVUŞ: Bak. " petty officer"
petty officer, third class
(Askeri) DENİZ ASTSUBAY ÇAVUŞ: Bak. "petty officer"
petty particular average
(Ticaret) küçük özel avarya
petty receipt
(Ticaret) küçük kasa makbuzu
petty sessions
sulh mahkemesi
petty trade
ucuz mal ticareti
petty trade
küçük ölçekli ticaret
petty wares
hırdavat
petty wares
aktariye
peace operations; petty officer
(Askeri) barış harekatı; deniz astsubay
chief petty officer
(Askeri) astsubay kıdemli üstçavuş
petty cash
(Askeri) eldeki nakit avans
senior chief petty officer
(Askeri) astsubay başçavuş
pettiness
adilik
Petty cash
nakit para
chief petty officer
baş astsubay
engage in a brief and petty quarrel
kısa ve küçük kavga meşgul
of petty or trivial importance; footling
küçük ya da önemsiz önemi; değersiz
retired petty officer
emekli astsubay
chief petty officer
(Askeri) DENİZ ASTSUBAYI KIDEMLİ BAŞÇAVUŞU: Deniz kuvvetlerinde; gedikli subaydan ast derecede en yüksek rütbeli bir astsubay. Bir deniz astsubayı kıdemli başçavuşu, Ordu'da Başçavuşa haster sergeant} tekabül eder. Ayrıca bakınız: "petty officer"
chief petty officer; complete provisions only
(Askeri) deniz astsubay kıdemli başçavuş; sadece tamamlanmış hükümler
pettily
dar kafayla/önemsizce
pettiness
küçüklük
pettiness
{i} ufak işlerle uğraşma
pettiness
{i} aşağılık
pettiness
{i} küçük şeylerle uğraşma
pettiness
[n] önemsizlik
Englisch - Englisch
little, small, secondary in rank or importance

petty officer, petty cash.

insignificant, trifling, or inconsiderable

a petty fault.

narrow-minded, small-minded
Petty is used of people or actions that are less important, serious, or great than others. petty crime, such as handbag-snatching and minor break-ins. adj. Petty Richard Petty Sir William Lansdowne Henry Charles Keith Petty Fitzmaurice 5th marquess of
{a} small, little, trifling, inconsiderable, low
Little, trifling, or inconsiderable, as a petty fault
disapproval You can use petty to describe things such as problems, rules, or arguments which you think are unimportant or relate to unimportant things. He was miserable all the time and rows would start over petty things. endless rules and petty regulations
{s} small, little; unimportant, insignificant; trivial
(informal terms) small and of little importance; "a fiddling sum of money"; "a footling gesture"; "our worries are lilliputian compared with those of countries that are at war"; "a little (or small) matter"; "Mickey Mouse regulations"; "a dispute over niggling details"; "limited to petty enterprises"; "piffling efforts"; "giving a police officer a free meal may be against the law, but it seems to be a picayune infraction"
Little; trifling; inconsiderable; also, inferior; subordinate; as, a petty fault; a petty prince
inferior in rank or status; "the junior faculty"; "a lowly corporal"; "petty officialdom"; "a subordinate functionary"
disapproval If you describe someone's behaviour as petty, you mean that they care too much about small, unimportant things and perhaps that they are unnecessarily unkind. I think that attitude is a bit petty. + pettiness pet·ti·ness Never had she met such spite and pettiness
contemptibly narrow in outlook; "petty little comments"; "disgusted with their small-minded pettiness
contemptibly narrow in outlook; "petty little comments"; "disgusted with their small-minded pettiness"
Petty Bag
a former department of the Court of Chancery that dealt with suits involving solicitors and officers of that court
petty bourgeoisie
A social class of that bourgeoisie that typically works alongside their employees if they have any, exemplified by shopkeepers and professionals
petty bourgeoisies
plural form of petty bourgeoisie
petty cash
a small amount of cash kept by a company, used for low-cost immediate expenditure
petty larcenies
plural form of petty larceny
petty larceny
A misdemeanor larceny; an act of theft wherein the amount stolen is insufficient to constitute grand larceny
petty officer
A non-commissioned officer in the US and UK Navy and the US Coast Guard; roughly equivalent to a sergeant in the army
petty officer first class
A warrant officer in the Canadian Forces Maritime Command, ranking above petty officer second class and below chief petty officer second class
petty officer first class
A non-commissioned officer in the United States Navy and United States Coast Guard, ranking above petty officer second class and below chief petty officer
petty officer second class
A non-commissioned officer in the United States Navy and United States Coast Guard, ranking above petty officer third class and below petty officer first class
petty officer second class
A non-commissioned officer in the Canadian Forces Maritime Command, ranking above master seaman and below petty officer first class
petty officer third class
A non-commissioned officer in the United States Navy and United States Coast Guard, ranking above seaman and below petty officer second class
petty officers
plural form of petty officer
petty officers first class
plural form of petty officer first class
petty officers second class
plural form of petty officer second class
petty officers third class
plural form of petty officer third class
petty theft
A theft of property having a value lower than a certain small amount set forth in a statute, and considered to be a less serious class of crime
petty thefts
plural form of petty theft
petty cash book
A petty cash book is a book of vouchers which are prepared each time a disbursement is made from petty cash. The voucher would show the date, amount, recipient, purpose and general ledger account number relating to the expense. The person giving out the petty cash and the person receiving the petty cash would sign the voucher and any supporting documentation (such as receipts) would be attached
petty apartheid
racial segregation enforced primarily in public transportation and hotels and restaurants and other public places
petty apartheid
A system of racial segregation that focuses principally on public places, such as restaurants, hotels, and public transportation
petty bourgeois
{i} (French) member of the lower middle class
petty bourgeois
see petit bourgeois
petty bourgeoisie
middle class
petty bourgeoisie
see petit bourgeoisie
petty cash
A sum of money set aside for the purpose of making change or paying small obligations for which the issuance of a formal voucher and check would be too expensive and time consuming Sometimes called a petty cash fund, with the term fund here being used in the commercial sense of earmarked liquid assets
petty cash
A sum of money set aside for the purpose of immediate payments of small accounts for which the issuance of a formal voucher and check would be too expensive and time-consuming   (See also imprest account and revolving cash account)
petty cash
Petty cash is used to reimburse you for your personal car, motorcycle, or private plane mileage, and any other expenses incurred in a car trip not including an overnight stay Click here for complete information
petty cash
small expenditures, cash fund for incidentals
petty cash
A small amount of cash used to pay for miscellaneous small expenditures to avoid writing checks for every minor item When the pretty cash fund is replenished from the general checking account, the various expenses are summarized and recorded to the proper expense accounts See also imprest fund
petty cash
a reimbursement made to an individual for personal funds expended on materials or services (with some restrictions) which are authorized under the Procurement Code Limited to $50
petty cash
A small amount of cash kept on hand by a business for incidental expenses
petty cash
A fund in the form of coin or currency set apart to pay for small items of expense which is replenished periodically by exchange of cash from the principal fund for paid vouchers from the Petty Cash Fund
petty cash
Amounts held by authorized departments for reimbursement to employees for approved purchases of office supplies or other items of a small dollar amount used for work-related activities
petty cash
normally, is an account and location where tangible cash is stored for usage in purchasing or the reimbursing of inexpensive out-of-pocket expenditures
petty cash
small fund eg $200 that a company keeps on hand to cover smaller, miscellaneous expenses
petty cash
A sum of money set aside for the purpose of paying small obligations for which the issuance of a formal voucher and check would be too expensive and time- consuming Also, a sum of money, either in the form of currency or a special bank deposit, set aside for the purpose of making change or immediate payments of comparatively small amount
petty cash
a relatively small amount of cash on hand or on deposit, available for minor disbursements, and usually maintained under the imprest system
petty cash
Petty cash funds are established when there is a demonstrable need to have cash on hand to provide for occasional purchases of low value goods and services which cannot be accommodated through other purchasing procedures Petty cash may not be used for payroll payments, services of an independent contractor, inventorial equipment, restricted goods and services, entertainment expense, liquor, travel expenses (except parking charges, where these are the only expenses being claimed), parking/driving citations, and other personal obligations
petty cash
This term refers to the amount of actual cash kept on hand (and recorded) for making any small payments
petty cash
Petty cash are small cash payments
petty cash
Petty cash is money that is kept in the office of a company, for making small payments in cash when necessary. A small fund of money for incidental expenses, as in an office. a small amount of money that is kept in an office for making small payments
petty cash
a small fund of cash that a firm keeps for the payment of incidental expenses
petty cash fund
A small amount of cash kept on hand for making miscellaneous payments
petty cash fund
A business's cash fund used to pay for small, incidental expenses
petty cash fund
A small amount of cash kept in the office for making small payments for items such as postage and office supplies
petty cash fund
fixed fund used to make small payments without having to write a check or use credit The total of the unspent petty cash and the amount in receipts should equal the fixed amount of the fund
petty intrigue
evil scheme, mean plot
petty juror
Variant of petit juror
petty jury
Variant of petit jury
petty jury
a jury of 12 to determine the facts and decide the issue in civil or criminal proceedings
petty larceny
Variant of petit larceny. the crime of stealing things that are worth only a small amount of money
petty officer
a noncommissioned officer in the navy with a rank comparable to sergeant in the army
petty officer
naval soldier that holds a rank equivalent to that of a non-commissioned officer in the army
petty officer
A petty officer is an officer of low rank in the navy. A noncommissioned naval officer intermediate in rank between enlisted personnel and commissioned officers. an officer of low rank in the Navy
petty spurge
an Old World spurge introduced as a weed in the eastern United States
petty theft
{i} (Law) petty larceny, theft of property valued below the grand larceny limit
petty thefts
{i} small items that were stolen
petty thief
thief who does not steal large amounts of goods, pickpocket, shoplifter
petty trade
trade that is conducted on a small scale, sale of small inexpensive items
chief petty officer
An warrant officer belonging to one of the two classes of chief petty officer: chief petty officer first class and chief petty officer second class
chief petty officer
A non-commissioned officer in the Royal Navy, ranking above petty officer and below warrant officer class 2
chief petty officer
A non-commissioned officer in the United States Navy and United States Coast Guard, ranking above petty officer first class and below senior chief petty officer
chief petty officer first class
A warrant officer in the Canadian Forces Maritime Command, ranking above chief petty officer second class
chief petty officer second class
A warrant officer in the Canadian Forces Maritime Command, ranking above petty officer first class and below chief petty officer first class
chief petty officers
plural form of chief petty officer
chief petty officers first class
plural form of chief petty officer first class
chief petty officers second class
plural form of chief petty officer second class
master chief petty officer
A non-commissioned officer in the United States Navy and United States Coast Guard, ranking above senior chief petty officer
master chief petty officers
plural form of master chief petty officer
senior chief petty officer
A non-commissioned officer in the United States Navy and United States Coast Guard, ranking above chief petty officer and below master chief petty officer
senior chief petty officers
plural form of senior chief petty officer
pettiness
{n} smallness, littleness, meanness
Henry Charles Keith Petty-Fitzmaurice 5th marquess of Lansdowne
born Jan. 14, 1845, London, Eng. died June 3, 1927, Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ire. Irish nobleman and British diplomat. He inherited his father's title and wealth in 1866 and served in William E. Gladstone's Liberal administration. In 1885, as governor-general of Canada (1883-88), he helped settle the rebellion led by Louis Riel. As viceroy of India (1888-94) under a Conservative government, he reorganized the police, reconstituted legislative councils, closed Indian mints to the free coinage of silver, and extended railway and irrigation works. As secretary of war (1895-1900), he was blamed for British unpreparedness in the South African War. As foreign secretary (1900-06), he concluded the Entente Cordiale
Richard Petty
born July 2, 1937, Level Cross, N.C., U.S. U.S. stock-car racer. He entered professional stock-car racing in 1958. In his long professional career he won 200 races. In 1975 he set the NASCAR record of 13 victories in one season. "King Richard" also won seven Daytona 500 races and seven NASCAR Grand National championships. His father, son, and grandson were all NASCAR racers
Sir William Petty
born May 26, 1623, Romsey, Hampshire, Eng. died Dec. 16, 1687, London British political economist and statistician. He gave up a life at sea to study medicine, and taught anatomy at the University of Oxford. He founded mines, ironworks, and fisheries in Ireland. He was also responsible for several inventions and was a founder of the Royal Society. Petty was an originator of political arithmetic, which he defined as the art of reasoning by figures upon things relating to government. In his best-known work, Treatise of Taxes and Contributions (1662), he favoured giving free rein to the forces of individual self-interest but declared the maintenance of a high level of employment to be a duty of the state. He also argued that the labour necessary for production was the main determinant of exchange value
chief petty officer
a person with the senior noncommissioned naval rank
master chief petty officer
MCPO, highest noncommissioned rank in the United States Navy or Coast Guard; officer who holds the highest noncommissioned rank in the United States Navy or Coast Guard
pettier
comparative of petty
pettiest
superlative of petty
pettily
In a petty manner
pettily
In a petty manner; frivolously
pettily
narrow-mindedly, trivially, in the manner of being concerned with trivial issues
pettily
in a petty way
pettiness
The quality or state of being petty or paltry; littleness; meanness
pettiness
lack of generosity in trifling matters the quality of being unimportant and petty or frivolous narrowness of mind or ideas or views
pettiness
the quality of being unimportant and petty or frivolous
pettiness
The quality of being petty
pettiness
lack of generosity in trifling matters
pettiness
{i} trivialness, triteness, state of being concerned with insignificant issues
pettiness
narrowness of mind or ideas or views
petty
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