listen to the pronunciation of proposition
Englisch - Türkisch
dili teşebbüs

Bir teklifim var, Tom. - I have a proposition, Tom.

Teklifi destekliyorum. - I am in favor of the proposition.

sevişme teklifi

Öneriyi kesinlikle onaylayamam. - I absolutely cannot approve the proposition.

Bu uygunsuz bir öneri. - It's an indecent proposition.

iş teklifi

Sana bir iş teklifim var. - I have a business proposition for you.

sevişme teklif etmek
{i} k.dili. birlikte olma/sevişme teklifi. f., k.dili. (birine) birlikte
{i} cümle
{i} man. önerme
bir meseleyi arzetme
teklif etme
{i} k.dili. iş; girişim
propositional teklif kabilinden
teklif etmek
{i} ifade
nazari dava
dili uygunsuz teklif
uygunsuz teklifte bulunmak
{i} uygunsuz teklif
{i} sorun
dili uygunsuz bir teklifte bulunmak
problematic proposition
(Felsefe) sorunsal yargı
employment proposition
iş teklifi
exclusive proposition
(Felsefe) tekelci önerme
compound proposition
bileşik önerme
conditional proposition
koşullu önerme
contradictory proposition
çelişik önerme
contrary proposition
ters önerme
inverse proposition
ters önerme
make s.o. a proposition
birine bir teklifte bulunmak
value proposition
Kıymet beyanı, değer önermesi
value proposition
(Pazarlama) A clear statement of who the target market for a particular product iş, of what key benefits the product will deliver, and of the price that will be charged
contradictory proposition
çelişki önerme
inverse proposition
(Matematik) evrik önerme
teklif niteliğinde
synthetic proposition
sentetik önerme
synthetical proposition
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) sentetik önerme [kant]
to proposition
uygunsuz teklifte bulunmak
unique selling proposition
(Ticaret) satış özel armağanı
universal proposition
tümel önerme
verbal proposition
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) sözel önerme
Englisch - Englisch
In some states, a proposed statute or constitutional amendment to be voted on by the electorate
The content of an assertion that may be taken as being true or false and is considered abstractly without reference to the linguistic sentence that constitutes the assertion
The act of offering (an idea) for consideration
To propose a plan to (someone)
The terms of a transaction offered
An idea or a plan offered
An assertion so formulated that it can be considered true or false
As a special case, textbooks often, and papers sometimes, label an assertion which is provably true, but not important enough to be a theorem, a proposition. Normally this is part of a numerical reference system (Proposition 3.2, Lemma 3.3, Theorem 3.4)
To propose some illicit behaviour to (someone). Often sexual in nature
That which is proposed; that which is offered, as for consideration, acceptance, or adoption; a proposal; as, the enemy made propositions of peace; his proposition was not accepted
(logic) a statement that affirms or denies something and is either true or false an offer for a private bargain (especially a request for sexual favors) suggest sex to; "She was propositioned by a stranger at the party
a task to be dealt with; "securing adequate funding is a time-consuming proposition"
a task to be dealt with; "securing adequate funding is a time-consuming proposition" (logic) a statement that affirms or denies something and is either true or false an offer for a private bargain (especially a request for sexual favors) suggest sex to; "She was propositioned by a stranger at the party
{n} a thing proposed, an offer
A proposition is a statement or an idea which people can consider or discuss to decide whether it is true. The proposition that democracies do not fight each other is based on a tiny historical sample
In Livingstone, a Proposition is an element of a Clause It is an equality predicate that is partitioned into Positive Propositions and Negative Propositions Same Propositions can be expressed as Positive Propositions and Different Propositions can be expressed as Negative Propositions A Clause may Support a Proposition
That which is offered or affirmed as the subject of the discourse; anything stated or affirmed for discussion or illustration
makes a claim about some domain of inquiry Also called hypotheses The higher one's class status, the greater one's power is a proposition
an offer for a private bargain (especially a request for sexual favors)
If someone who you do not know very well propositions you, they suggest that you have sex with them. He had allegedly tried to proposition a colleague. Proposition is also a noun. unwanted sexual propositions. to suggest to someone that they have sex with you
To propose a plan to
A statement of religious doctrine; an article of faith; creed; as, the propositions of Wyclif and Huss
What is conveyed by a declarative sentence used to make a statement or assertion Each proposition is either true or false, though in a particular instance we may not know which it is Recommended Reading: Gabriel Nuchelmans, Judgment and Proposition (Royal Netherlands Academy, 1983) {at Amazon com} and Philip L Peterson, Fact, Proposition, Event (Kluwer, 1997) {at Amazon com} Also see OCP, SEP on singular and structured propositions, and OCDL
An expression about an object which can have either a true or false value
Single relationship between two concepts on a concept map
In mathematics, a proposition is an assertion formulated in such a way that it may be proved true or false
Smallest unit of information that is meaningful (Solso) A type of code in memory in which the record abstractly represents the smallest meaningful unit of information Kintsch proposed a propositional representation in which relations organized arguments (Anderson)
proposal, offer, or suggestion, as in: We gave them our proposition and they accepted it on the spot
the act of making a proposal; "they listened to her proposal"
The part of a poem in which the author states the subject or matter of it
A proposition is an offer or a suggestion that someone makes to you, usually concerning some work or business that you might be able to do together. You came to see me at my office the other day with a business proposition
The act of setting or placing before; the act of offering
{i} offer; plan; theory; theorem (Mathematics); problem (Slang)
(logic) a statement that affirms or denies something and is either true or false
To propose some illicit behaviour to, often sexual in nature
An assertion with a definable truth value; a claim about a certain state of affairs that may be true or false
A sentence with a truth-value
A complete sentence, or part of a sentence consisting of a subject and predicate united by a copula; a thought expressed or propounded in language; a from of speech in which a predicate is affirmed or denied of a subject; as, snow is white
A statement in terms of a truth to be demonstrated, or of an operation to be performed
In the United States, a proposition is a question or statement about an issue of public policy which appears on a voting paper so that people can vote for or against it. Vote Yes on Proposition 136, but No on Propositions 129, 133 and 134
suggest sex to; "She was propositioned by a stranger at the party"
The meaning of a sentence that makes a claim, that is, a sentence that can either be true or false For example, "The current president is bald" expresses a proposition, but not "Is the current president bald?" or "Shave the current president's head!" because the first sentence can either be true or false, but not the latter two A proposition is identified with the meaning of a sentence, and not the sentence itself, since the same claim or proposition can be expressed in two different sentences, such as "It is raining" and "Il pleut " In philosophical terminology "proposition" and "statement" are often used interchangably
that which is characteristically stated by a declarative sentence and can be true or false Understanding the nature and structure of propositions is often seen as the central task of the philosophical examination of logic Philosophers consider the apparently different functions of components of propositions (names, predicates and logical constants) and how they are unified into something capable of having a truth value They ask about how the form, meaning and use of propositions are related and how different propositions have logical relations They ask how linguistic or psychological states can have propositional contents The existence of propositions, as opposed to sentences, is challenged by those suspicious of their abstract nature
In some states of the US, a proposed statute or constitutional amendment to be voted on by the electorate
If you describe something such as a task or an activity as, for example, a difficult proposition or an attractive proposition, you mean that it is difficult or pleasant to do. Making easy money has always been an attractive proposition Even among seasoned mountaineers Pinnacle Ridge is considered quite a tough proposition
a proposal offered for acceptance or rejection; "it was a suggestion we couldn't refuse"
Proposition 13
Prop 13 a law made in California in 1978 that reduced taxes on property. It was voted on directly by the people of California instead of being passed by California's state government. It encouraged voters in other US states to vote for similar laws, and was the first of many tax cuts introduced by the state and national governments in the 1980s
value proposition
The benefit (such as profit or convenience) offered by an organisation's product or service
{a} considered as a proposition
categorical proposition
In syllogistic, a proposition in which the predicate is affirmed or denied of all or part of the subject. Thus, categorical propositions are of four basic forms: "Every S is P," "No S is P," "Some S is P," and "Some S is not P." These are designated by the letters A, E, I, and O, respectively; thus, "Every man is mortal" is an A-proposition. Categorical propositions are to be distinguished from compound and complex propositions, into which they can enter as integral terms. In particular, they contrast especially with hypothetical propositions, such as "If every man is mortal, then Socrates is mortal
adj. propositional attitude propositional calculus propositional function
Relating to, or limited to, propositions
Pertaining to, or in the nature of, a proposition; considered as a proposition; as, a propositional sense
{s} of a proposal, of a suggestion; of a mathematical proposition
past of proposition
present participle of proposition
in logic, are of four kinds, called A, E, I, O “A” is a universal affirmative, and “E” a universal negative; “I” a particular affirmative, and “O” a particular negative “Asserit A, negat E, verum generaliter ambo I Asserit I, negat O, sed particulariter ambo ” A asserts and E denies some universal proposition; I asserts and O denies, but with particular precision Props in theatrical slang, means properties, of which it is a contraction Everything stored in a theatre for general use on the stage is a “prop,” but these stores are the manager's props An actor's “props” are the clothing and other articles which he provides for his own use on the stage In many good theatres the manager provides everything but tights and a few minor articles; but in minor theatres each actor must provide a wardrobe and properties
Ideas contained within a sentence A simple sentence would present one idea, but as the sentence becomes more complex, several ideas, or propositions, would be presented in various independent and dependent clauses
third-person singular of proposition
plural of proposition
value proposition
{i} statement of the way a business suggests to use its resources to supply greater value to its clients