postpone

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Englisch - Türkisch
ertelemek

Biz yağmur nedeniyle toplantıyı ertelemek zorunda kaldık. - We had to postpone the gathering because of rain.

Yağmur yüzünden oyunu ertelemek zorunda kaldık. - We had to postpone the game due to rain.

{f} geciktirmek
{f} sonraya bırakmak
{f} tecil etmek
tehir
ertele

Toplantının neden ertelendiğini bilmiyorum. - I don't know why the meeting was postponed.

Biz muhtemelen yarışmayı ertelemeliyiz. - We should probably postpone the competition.

rafa kaldırmak
atma
ertelenemek
rafa koymak
ertelenmek
(Spor) erteleme

Biz muhtemelen yarışmayı ertelemeliyiz. - We should probably postpone the competition.

Gidişini ertelemeye karar verdi. - He decided to postpone his departure.

geri bırakma
(to) ertelemek
(Hukuk) tehir etmek
postpone the date
tarihi ertelemek
postpone the date
tarih ertelemek
postponement
erteleme

Yağmur bir piknik ertelemesi gerektirdi. - The rain necessitated a postponement of the picnic.

Bir erteleme yararlı olur mu? - Would a postponement help?

postponed
(Askeri) tecilli
postponed
kalmak
postponing
(Ticaret) öteleme
postponed
{f} ertele

Toplantının neden ertelendiğini bilmiyorum. - I don't know why the meeting was postponed.

Ben, birkaç saatliğine ev işimi yapmayı erteledim. - I postponed doing my housework for a few hours.

postponer
erteleyici
postponed
tecil edilmiş

askerliği tecil edilmiş.

postponed
erteledi
to postpone
erteleme
postponed
{s} ertelenen
postponed
{s} ertelenmiş

Futbol oyunu kötü hava yüzünden ertelenmişti. - The football game was postponed on account of bad weather.

Atletik karşılaşma yağmur dolayısıyla ertelenmişti. - The athletic meet was postponed due to rain.

postponement
{i} geciktirme
postponement
tehir
postponement
{i} geri kalma
postponement
tecil
postponement
sonuna ekleme
postponement
{i} sonuna ekleme [dilb.]
to postpone
geriye atmak
to postpone
atmak
Englisch - Englisch
To delay or put off an event, appointment etc
{v} to put off, defer, delay, lay aside
To defer to a future or later time; to put off; also, to cause to be deferred or put off; to delay; to adjourn; as, to postpone the consideration of a bill to the following day, or indefinitely
A motion to delay action on a matter before the house
hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam
   A postponed race is delayed before its scheduled start but may be started or abandoned later
{f} put off to a later time, delay; defer, put off until later, stay
postpone
defer execution of an immediate word inside colon definition
A postponed race is delayed before its scheduled start but may be started or abandoned later
hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam"
If you postpone an event, you delay it or arrange for it to take place at a later time than was originally planned. He decided to postpone the expedition until the following day The visit has now been postponed indefinitely. to change the date or time of a planned event or action to a later one = put back   bring forward (postponere, from ponere; POSITION)
Motion to delay action on matters before the house
To place after, behind, or below something, in respect to precedence, preference, value, or importance
To delay consideration of a bill or resolution until a specific legislative day or hour of the same day
postponed
Simple past tense and past participle of postpone
postponed
Done later than originally planned; delayed
postponement
{n} a putting off, delay to another
Postponed
continued
To postpone
adjourn
To postpone
stay
To postpone
postpose
To postpone
postposit
postponed
put off to later; "requested a deferred payment"; "our postponed trip"
postponed
{s} put off to a later time, delayed, deferred until a later time
postponed
past of postpone
postponement
The delay of final activities (i e , assembly, production, packaging, etc ) until the latest possible time
postponement
The deferment of payment prior to cancellation of a Perkins loan The deferment will discontinue payments until the period of service has elapsed for certification and cancellation eligibility
postponement
A verbal announcement made at the time at location of the scheduled trustees sale, extending the sale to a future date and time
postponement
When an offering that had a tentative calendar date is pushed back in timing to a later date If market conditions deteriorate to the point when the deal may not be viable, the tentative calendar day may be removed entirely This may ultimately lead to a cancellation of the entire offering
postponement
Rescheduling of a shooting, due to client request or weather inclemency
postponement
To put off to a later time In the case of a foreclosure sale, this is generally done by announcement at the original sale or by posting notices establishing the new date and time the foreclosure sale will take place
postponement
A delay, as a formal delay in a proceeding
postponement
The act of postponing; a deferring, or putting off, to a future time; a temporary delay
postponement
A postponement occurs when a matter is delayed to a future date for continuation A postponement cannot be granted over the telephone or by mail
postponement
A decision of the Office of the Commissioner of Review Tribunals to reschedule a hearing to a different date and time This usually occurs before the hearing takes place
postponement
A rejection or declination of an application for insurance, with an offer to consider at a later date
postponement
-a manufacturing /distribution strategy where specific operations associated with a product are delayed until just prior to shipping Storing product in a generic state and then applying custom labels or packaging before shipping is an example of postponement
postponement
{i} delay; stay, deferment; subordination
postponement
act of putting off to a future time
postponement
The postponement of an event is the act of delaying it happening or arranging for it to take place at a later time than originally planned. The postponement was due to a dispute over where the talks should be held
postponement
time during which some action is awaited; "instant replay caused too long a delay"; "he ordered a hold in the action"
postponer
{i} one who delays, one who defers, one who suspends
postponer
One who postpones
postpones
third-person singular of postpone
postponing
present participle of postpone
postpone
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