priors

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Englisch - Türkisch
önsel
prior
kıdemli
prior
(Hukuk) evvelki
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önsel
prior
önceden

Sanığın önceden hiçbir mahkumiyeti yok. - The defendant has no prior convictions.

Daha önceden herhangi bir deneyim gerekli değildir. - No prior experience is necessary.

prior
(Ticaret) -den önce
prior
mukaddem
prior
{s} önceden planlanmış
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öncel

Önceliğin ne olması gerektiğine karar verememek en büyük sorundur. - Not being able to decide what the priority should be is the biggest problem.

Plan öncelik ve aciliyeti düşürmektedir. - Being less urgent, this plan is lower in priority.

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öncelikli

Diğer gezegenlerin sömürgeleştirilmesi bizim en öncelikli konularımızdan biridir. - Colonization of other planets is one of our top priorities.

Diğer gezegenlerin sömürgeleştirilmesini en öncelikli konularımızdan biri yapmalıyız. - We must make colonization of other planets one of our top priorities.

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önceki

Önceki deneyim gerekli değildir. - No prior experience is required.

Önceki uyarılar yoktu. - There were no prior warnings.

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evveli
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dini kuruluş yetkilisi
prior
manastır başrahibi
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eski

Tom'un eski suç kaydı yok. - Tom has no prior criminal record.

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önce

Tazelik bizim önceliğimizdir. - Freshness is our top priority.

Ana baba, çocuklarına verilecek eğitim türünü seçmek hakkını öncelikle haizdirler. - Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.

prior
tarikat ileri geleni
prior
(Hukuk) sabık
prior
prior to his death ölümünden evvel
prior
priorshipmanastır baş rahibinin rütbe ve
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başrahip
prior
(Mukavele) evvel, evvelki, önce
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önceki/öncelikli
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daha önemli
Englisch - Englisch
plural of prior
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In Bayesian inference, a prior probability distribution
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A high-ranking member of a monastery, usually lower in rank than an abbot
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Previously

The doctor had known three months prior.

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A previous criminal offense on someone's record
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anterior
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{s} previous, earlier, preceding, antecedent, former
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{n} a religious title amongst monks
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{a} former, going before, antecedent, first
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The superior of a priory, and next below an abbot in dignity
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An officer in a monastic order or religious house, sometimes next in rank below an abbot [32]
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A printed publication, more especially a newspaper or other periodical
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A superior or an assistant to an abbot in a monastery
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Enables paging to last screen used previously When specifying items in a Purchase Request, brings up the Item Information Screen used to specify the previous item entered Accessible from: the Item Information, Status of Requisitions, Review of Purchase Request, and Cosignature Requisitions screens
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{i} officer of a monastery, high-ranking member of a religious order
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earlier in time
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The head of a priory, a place next in rank below an abbey
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before
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A prior is a monk who is in charge of a priory or a monk who is the second most important person in a monastery
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A previous criminal offense on someones record
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An impression taken from anything, as from an engraved plate
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You use prior to indicate that something has already happened, or must happen, before another event takes place. He claimed he had no prior knowledge of the protest The Constitution requires the president to seek the prior approval of Congress for military action
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former, previous
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A prior claim or duty is more important than other claims or duties and needs to be dealt with first. The firm I wanted to use had prior commitments
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the deputy of an abbot in a major Benedictine institution; or the head of a lesser Benedictine house; or the head of any house in some orders
prior
as, small print; large print; this line is in print
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First, precedent, or superior in the order of cognition, reason or generality, origin, development, rank, etc
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That which is produced by printing
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the head of a religious order; in an abbey the prior is next below the abbot
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Preceding in the order of time; former; antecedent; anterior; previous; as, a prior discovery; prior obligation; used elliptically in cases like the following: he lived alone [in the time] prior to his marriage
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If something happens prior to a particular time or event, it happens before that time or event. Prior to his Japan trip, he went to New York
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A printed cloth; a fabric figured by stamping, especially calico or cotton cloth
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Of that which comes before, in advance
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the head of a religious order; in an abbey the prior is next below the abbot Printed letters; the impression taken from type, as to excellence, form, size, etc
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A photographic copy, or positive picture, on prepared paper, as from a negative, or from a drawing on transparent paper
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A term generally used to refer to a previous conviction
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Second in command in the monastery after the abbot When the abbot has a heavy duty (inside or outside the abbey), the prior takes responsibility for the daily administration
priors

    Türkische aussprache

    prayırz

    Aussprache

    /ˈprīərz/ /ˈpraɪɜrz/

    Etymologie

    [ 'prI(-&)r ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English and Old French; both from Medieval Latin, from Late Latin, administrator, from Latin, former, superior.

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