preserve

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} muhafaza etmek
{f} korumak

Hepimiz ulusal mirasımızı korumak için özen göstermeliyiz. - We must all take care to preserve our national heritage.

Arıları korumak neden önemlidir? - Why is it important to preserve the bees?

zarardan korumak
{f} konserve yapmak
{f} reçelini yapmak
{f} sürdürmek
{f} saklamak
(Bilgisayar) sürdür
{i} özel alan
(meyve/vb.) bozulmasını
özel avlanma yeri
çürümesini önlemek
konservesini yapmak
reçel
{i} konserve

Konserveler hava geçirmez bir conta ile kavanozda saklanmalıdır. - Preserves must be stored in a jar with an airtight seal.

devam ettirmek
{f} koru

Yağmur ormanları korunmalı. - Rainforests should be preserved.

Bizim barışçıl anayasamızı korumamız gerekir. - We must preserve our peaceful constitution.

koru(mak)
bozulmasını
reçe
şekerleme
i., bak. preserves
av hayvanları için ayrılmış koru
bölge/reçel/koruyucu
preservation
{i} koruma

Uyku, yaşamı korumak için gereklidir. - Sleep is essential for the preservation of life.

preserve the environment
çevreyi korumak
preserve case
(Bilgisayar) koruma kılıfı
preserve continuity
devamlılığını korumak
preserve from loss
zarardan sakınmak
preserve in brine
(Gıda) salamuraya yatırmak
preserve master
(Bilgisayar) aslını koru
preserve national interest
(Politika, Siyaset) ulusal çıkarı korumak
preserve of dried meat
pastırma
preserve the environment
çevre korumak
preserve the nature
doğayı korumak
preserve the quality
kaliteyi korumak
preserve bottle
bottle korumak
preserve me from that
O beni korumak
nature preserve
(Çevre) doğa koruma alanı
preservation
korunum
preserved
korunan
preserved
{f} koru

İyi geleneklerin korunması gerekir. - Good traditions should be preserved.

Afgan demokrasinin bile nükleer bombalarla korunması gerekir. - Afghan democracy needs to be preserved even with nuclear bombs.

preserving
{f} koru

Barışı korumak için resmi bir kuruma ihtiyacımız yok. - We don't need a formal institution for preserving peace.

Dünya barışını korumak, Birleşmiş Milletlerin temel amaçlarından biridir. - Preserving world peace is one of the main purposes of the United Nations.

preserving
koruyarak
to preserve
korumak için
game preserve
av hayvanları için ayrılmış yer
god preserve us from it!
dağlara taşlara!
preservation
{i} saklama
preservation
konserve yapma
preservation
(Askeri) MUHAFAZA; KORUMA: Paketleme veya koruyucu maddelerin tatbiki suretiyle sağlanan koruma durumu
preservation
korunma/koruma
preservation
{i} korunma

Hayatını doğanın korunmasına adadı. - He has dedicated his life to the preservation of nature.

preservation
muhafaza
preservation
saklanma
preservation
(Mukavele) koruma, muhafaza etme
preserver
{i} korucu (av)
preserver
{i} koruyucu madde
preserver
hayat kurtarıcı
preserver
{i} koruyucu
preserver
konserve yapan kimse
preserves
{i} konserve

Konserveler hava geçirmez bir conta ile kavanozda saklanmalıdır. - Preserves must be stored in a jar with an airtight seal.

preserves
{i} reçel
Englisch - Englisch
To protect; to keep; to maintain the condition of

Orbiting Earth in the spaceship, I saw how beautiful our planet is. People, let us preserve and increase this beauty, not destroy it - Yuri Gagarin (the first man in space).

a sweet spread made of any of a variety of berries
a nature preserve
{f} guard, keep safe; keep, conserve; defend, protect; perpetuate, make everlasting
{n} a fruit preserved with sugar
{v} to keep, save, defend, keep fruits
To keep from decomposition, to can, pickle, smoke or similarly prepare for future use
To maintain the quality or condition of a resource in its current form, and to retard the deterioration of the resource
to keep up and reserve for personal or special use; "She saved the old family photographs in a drawer"
prevent (food) from rotting; "preserved meats"; "keep potatoes fresh"
keep undisturbed for personal or private use for hunting, shooting, or fishing; "preserve the forest and the lakes"
If you preserve something, you take action to save it or protect it from damage or decay. We need to preserve the forest perfectly preserved medieval houses. + preservation pres·er·va·tion the preservation of buildings of architectural or historic interest
keep in safety and protect from harm, decay, loss, or destruction; "We preserve these archeological findings"; "The old lady could not keep up the building"; "children must be taught to conserve our national heritage"; "The museum curator conserved the ancient manuscripts"
fruit preserved by cooking with sugar
To prevent food spoilage by pickling, salting, dehydrated, smoking, or boiling in syrup Proof To allow a yeast dough to rise before baking
maintain in safety from injury, harm, or danger; "May God keep you"
{i} nature reserve, area of land set aside to protect natural resources and wildlife
fruit cooked with sugar; commonly in the plural
save something from being harmed or destroyed
[v] to prevent from decay
A place in which game, fish, etc
keep or maintain in unaltered condition; cause to remain or last; "preserve the peace in the family"; "continue the family tradition"; "Carry on the old traditions"
To make preserves
To keep or save from injury or destruction; to guard or defend from evil, harm, danger, etc
preserve
If you preserve a situation or condition, you make sure that it remains as it is, and does not change or end. We will do everything to preserve peace. an effort to fit in more students while preserving standards. = maintain + preservation pres·er·va·tion the preservation of the status quo. = maintenance
are preserved for purposes of sport, or for food
        To keep safe   To keep or maintain unchanged To keep or protect
maintain information, in a correct and usable form over the LONG TERM Also referred to as "archiving" or LONG TERM PRESERVATION
To protect game for purposes of sport
is a plot of land, allotted in accordance with the existing procedure, on which area there are restrictions for nature management and other types of human activities imposed with the purpose of conservation, rehabilitation of the natural complex of scientific, cultural, and economic value (Forest Code of the Kyrgyz Republic, Bishkek, 1999)
as, to preserve peaches or grapes
A project type involving rehabilitation of existing roadways and may include resurfacing or reconstruction of existing roads and bridges
To save from decay by the use of some preservative substance, as sugar, salt, etc
seasoned and kept by suitable preparation; esp
If you say that a job or activity is the preserve of a particular person or group of people, you mean that they are the only ones who take part in it. The conduct of foreign policy is largely the preserve of the president
Land that is under federal, state, local, or private ownership, which will be maintained for biological importance in perpetuity It is stipulated in the MSCP that all preserved lands will be monitored to ensure the continued high ecological value of the land
a reservation where animals are protected a domain that seems to be specially reserved for someone; "medicine is no longer a male preserve" prevent (food) from rotting; "preserved meats"; "keep potatoes fresh" keep undisturbed for personal or private use for hunting, shooting, or fishing; "preserve the forest and the lakes
To maintain throughout; to keep intact; as, to preserve appearances; to preserve silence
An area set aside by the government, or other entity, specifically to conserve animal life or vegetation
to protect
WELL
An area restricted for the protection and preservation of animals, plants, or other natural resources
a reservation where animals are protected a domain that seems to be specially reserved for someone; "medicine is no longer a male preserve"
a reservation where animals are protected
To prepare foods for long storage Some ways to preserve food are drying, refrigeration, freezing, canning, curing, pickling, and smoking See: Food Preservation and Safety
Preserves are foods such as jam that are made by cooking fruit with a large amount of sugar so that they can be stored for a long time
a domain that seems to be specially reserved for someone; "medicine is no longer a male preserve"
If you preserve food, you treat it in order to prevent it from decaying so that you can store it for a long time. I like to make puree, using only enough sugar to preserve the plums. preserved ginger in syrup
That which is preserved; fruit, etc
A nature preserve is an area of land or water where animals are protected from hunters. Pantanal, one of the world's great wildlife preserves. = reserve. Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve Katmai National Park and Preserve Lake Clark National Park and Preserve
keep undisturbed for personal or private use for hunting, shooting, or fishing; "preserve the forest and the lakes
to season and prepare for remaining in a good state, as fruits, meat, etc
preserve the status quo
maintain the current situation, preserve the usual condition
natural preserve
An area of land managed to conserve wildlife or plant habitat or other natural features
nature preserve
An area of land managed to conserve wildlife or plant habitat or other natural features
preserver
A life preserver
preserver
A person who prepares preserves of fruit or preserved meats
preserves
plural form of preserve
preserves
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of preserve
shooting preserve
A preserve or area of country used for hunting
preservation
conservation
preservation
{n} the act or care of preserving
preserver
{n} one who preserves, one who guards
Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve
Park, southern shore of the Alaska Peninsula, U.S. Situated in the volcanically active Aleutian Range, it consists primarily of a great dry caldera, which last erupted in 1931. The crater has an average diameter of 6 mi (10 km). Declared a national monument in 1978, it covers 942 sq mi (2,440 sq km)
Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve
National park, southeastern Alaska, U.S. Located on the Gulf of Alaska, it was proclaimed a national monument in 1925, renamed in 1980, and designated a World Heritage site in 1992. It covers 5,040 sq mi (13,053 sq km). It includes Glacier Bay, the northwestern slope of Mount Fairweather, and the U.S. portion of the Alsek River. Among its great tidewater glaciers is Muir Glacier, which rises 265 ft (81 m) above the water and is nearly 2 mi (3 km) wide. The park also includes a dramatic range of plant species and such wildlife as brown and black bears, mountain goats, whales, seals, and eagles
Katmai National Park and Preserve
National park, southwestern Alaska, U.S., at the head of the Alaska Peninsula. Occupying an area of 4,090,000 acres (1,655,000 hectares), it was proclaimed a national monument in 1918 after the eruption of Novarupta in 1912. The eruption converted the valley into a wasteland known as the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, and the volcanic crater later became a lake. The park abounds in wildlife, including large numbers of brown and grizzly bears
Lake Clark National Park and Preserve
National park, southern Alaska, U.S. Located on the western shore of Cook Inlet, it was proclaimed a national monument in 1978 and a national park in 1980. Its total area is 3,653,000 acres (1,478,300 hectares). Lake Clark, more than 40 mi (65 km) long, is the largest of its glacial lakes; it feeds rivers that provide the most important spawning ground for red salmon in North America. The park includes glaciers, waterfalls, and active volcanoes
nature preserve
protected area of nature
preservation
Preservation activities are directed toward the elimination of deficiencies and major cost replacement of existing facilities Preservation is not meant to include work that will increase the level of service by the addition of traffic lanes
preservation
the prevention or delay of deterioration of and damage to archival and library material through appropriate environmental controls and/or treatment; preservation is a broader term than conservation
preservation
The act or process of preserving, or keeping safe; the state of being preserved, or kept from injury, destruction, or decay; security; safety; as, preservation of life, fruit, game, etc
preservation
a requirement to retain superannuation benefits within the superannuation environment until a specified condition has been met Under current laws most benefits are compulsorily preserved until a person has retired or reached a certain age (between 55 and 60)
preservation
The act of preserving; care to preserve; act of keeping from destruction, decay or any ill
preservation
The activities associated with maintaining library or archival collection materials for use, either in the original form or in some other usable way *
preservation
the activity of protecting something from loss or danger a process that saves organic substances from decay the condition of being (well or ill) preserved
preservation
an occurrence of improvement by virtue of preventing loss or injury or other change
preservation
A management philosophy or goal that seeks to protects indigenous ecosystem structure, function, and integrity from human impacts Management activities are generally excluded from "preserved" forests
preservation
Activities associated with maintaining library, archival, or museum materials for use, either in their original physical form or in some other format
preservation
a process that saves organic substances from decay
preservation
{i} protection, act of safeguarding, conservation, act of saving from damage or harm
preservation
(1) Adequate protection, care, and maintenance of archives and manuscripts (2) Specific measures, individual and collective, undertaken for the repair, maintenance, restoration, or protection of documents (3) A basic responsibility of an archival repository
preservation
Static protection of an area or element, attempting to perpetuate the existence of a given 'state'
preservation
a picture in good preservation
preservation
There is a legal requirement that most superannuation benefits must be retained in a superannuation fund until the member reaches preservation age and retires Preserved amounts may be released in exceptional circumstances, including compassionate grounds, invalidity and severe financial hardship The age at which members can otherwise access preserved benefits depends on when they were born {include age table}
preservation
(As it relates to scanning) Digitizing an original photograph, document, or three-dimensional object is only a method of preservation if the digital file becomes the access tool and the original is no longer available for use Although high resolution scanning (i e , scan at the highest resolution possible appropriate to the type of media you are scanning) is recommended for all materials in order to achieve the highest quality possible and to ensure that information held in the original is not lost in the scan However, the digital file, as of yet, should not serve as a replacement of the original for preservation purposes
preservation
Retention of contents of artifacts, not necessarily involving retention of the original source [Arms, 2001, p 254] Contrast with conservation
preservation
Protection of ecologically important wetlands or other aquatic resources in perpetuity through the implementation of appropriate legal and physical mechanisms Preservation may include protection of upland areas adjacent to wetlands as necessary to ensure protection and/or enhancement of the aquatic ecosystem [top]
preservation
Activities associated with maintaining library, archival or museum materials for use, either in original physical form or in some other format Preservation is a broader term than conservation: conservation activities form part of a total preservation program Preservation includes both activities taken to repair or treat damaged materials (retrospective) and activities taken to prevent or delay material becoming damaged (preventive preservation)
preservation
All actions taken to retard deterioration of, or to prevent damage to, cultural property Preservation involves controlling the environment and conditions of use, and may include treatment in order to maintain an object, as nearly as possible, in an unchanging state
preservation
The totality of processes and operations involved in the stabilization and protection of documents against damage or deterioration and in the treatment of damaged or deteriorated documents Preservation may also include the transfer of information to another medium, such as microfilm (SAA)
preservation
ways of extending the shelf life of foods by controlling the temperature, pH or water content which inhibits the growth of micro-organisms or the action of enzymes
preservation
generally, saving from destruction or deterioration old and historic buildings, sites, structures, and objects, and providing for their continued use by means of maintenance, restoration, rehabilitation, or adaptive use Specifically, the act or process of applying measures to sustain the existing form, integrity, and material of a building or structure, and the existing form and vegetative cover of a site
preservation
the activity of protecting something from loss or danger
preservation
The legal requirement that certain superannuation benefits must be retained in a super fund or rollover fund until the member retires after reaching preservation age Only in very limited circumstances, including total and permanent disablement and extreme financial hardship, can preserved amounts be released before the member reaches this age
preservation
(1) The provision of adequate facilities to protect, care for, or maintain records
preservation
the action of reserving, protecting or safeguarding a portion of the natural environment from unnatural disturbance It does not imply preserving an area in its present state, for natural events and natural ecological processes are expected to continue Preservation is part of, and not opposed to, conservation
preservation
This is often used as a synonym of conservation; many people use the word in an all encompassing sense, including also issues related to the broader administrative, economic, legal, political and social context in which conservation takes place (e g legal protection, policies, public awareness) (ICCROM)
preservation
Often used interchangeably with conservation Preservation suggests that natural resources will be left undisturbed, while conservation usually indicates some resource management (compare conservation)
preservation
a requirement to retain superannuation benefits within the superannuation environment until a condition of release has been met Under current laws most benefits are compulsorily preserved until a person has retired is at least 55
preservation
the condition of being (well or ill) preserved
preserved
kept intact or in a particular condition
preserved
{s} conserved, specially treated in order to protect from spoilage
preserved
prevented from decaying or spoiling and prepared for future use
preserved
past of preserve
preserved
kept intact or in a particular condition prevented from decaying or spoiling and prepared for future use
preserver
{i} person or thing that saves from damage or harm; defender, protector; guard, one who maintains security
preserver
One who makes preserves of fruit
preserver
a cook who preserves fruits or meat
preserver
a skilled worker who is employed to restore or refinish buildings or antique furniture
preserver
One who preserves
preserver
A person who refinishes furniture
preserver
someone who keeps safe from harm or danger
preserver
someone who keeps safe from harm or danger a cook who preserves fruits or meat
preserver
rescue equipment consisting of a buoyant belt or jacket to keep a person from drowning
preserver
One who, or that which, preserves, saves, or defends, from destruction, injury, or decay; esp
preserver
one who saves the life or character of another
preserves
A thick cooked mixture of whole or cut up fruit, sugar, and usually pectin
preserves
{i} canned food, food that has been specially treated in order to prevent spoilage; marmalade, jam
preserves
fruit preserved by cooking with sugar
preserves
Fruits or vegetables, whole or chopped, simmered in a sugary syrup
preserves
third-person singular of preserve
preserves
plural of preserve
preserving
present participle of preserve
preserving
saving from harm or loss; "serves a conserving function"
shooting preserve
a preserve on which hunting is permitted during certain months of the year
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