protest

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Englisch - Türkisch
protesto

İnsanlar nükleer silahlara karşı protesto ediyor. - People are protesting against nuclear weapons.

O yeni planı protesto etti. - He protested against the new plan.

{f} karşı çıkmak
{f} itiraz etmek
{f} protesto et

O yeni planı protesto etti. - He protested against the new plan.

Amerikan işçileri protesto etmeye başladı. - American workers began to protest.

gösteri

Göstericiler sinagogu ateşe verdiler. - The protesters burnt down the synagogue.

Muhtemelen insanların gösterilere protesto etmek için değil, sadece kendilerini göstermek için gittiklerini demek istiyor. - He probably meant that people only go to demonstrations to show themselves and not to protest.

protesto etmek

Güney'in protesto etmek için iyi bir nedeni olduğunu söyledi. - He said the South had good reason to protest.

Protesto etmek için istifa etmeye karar verdi. - Conkling decided to resign in protest.

itiraz

İstifasını şirket politikasına itiraz ederek sundu. - He submitted his resignation in protest of the company's policy.

karşı çıkma
bildirmek
iddia etmek
bir vergiyi istemeyerek ödediğine
{f} reddetmek
{i} ihtarname
{f} protesto çekmek
temin etmek
{i} karşı gelme
{i} (pro'test) protesto, karşı çıkma; itiraz
(Askeri) PROTESTO ETMEK, İTİRAZ ETMEK
{f} teminât vermek
kuvvetle iddia etmek
söyle/protesto et
ciddi olarak taahhüt etmek
eylem yapmak
gösteri düzenlemek
(Hukuk) kınama
protest against
protesto etmek
protest demonstration
protesto gösterisi
protest march
Protesto yürüyüşü
protest strike
protesto grevi
protest against
itiraz etmek
protest against
karşı çıkmak
protest against
ayaklanmak
protest for non acceptance
(Kanun,Ticaret) ademi kabul protestosu
protest for non acceptance
(Ticaret) kabullenmezlik protestosu
protest for non payment
(Ticaret) ödememezlik protestosu
protest for non payment
(Kanun,Ticaret) ademi tediye protestosu
protest march
gösteri yürüyüşü
protest movement
protesto hareketi
protest referee's misconduct
hakemi protesto etmek
protest with placards
dövizli gösteri yapmak
sit-in protest
Oturma eylemi
protester
{i} protestocu

Protestocular hükümetten reform talep etti. - The protesters demanded government reform.

Protestocuların üçü yaralandı. - Three of the protesters were wounded.

captain's protest
(Kanun,Ticaret) deniz raporu
enter a protest
(deyim) yakınmak
enter a protest
(deyim) şikayet etmek
protestant
(Kanun) protesto eden
protests
protestolar

Bu protestolar CIA tarafından planlanmıştır. - These protests are engineered by the CIA.

Gittikçe daha fazla öğrenci protestolara katılıyor. - More and more students are joining the protests.

enter a protest
protesto etmek
in protest
protesto olarak
march in protest
protesto yürüyüşü yap
protestation
protesto
protestation
protesto etme
protestation
karşı çıkma
protestation
itiraz
protested
{f} protesto et

Bütün öğrenciler savaşı protesto ettiler. - All the students protested against the war.

Beth protesto etti, ancak annesi onun inanılmaz şişman olduğunu hatırlattı. - Beth protested, but her mother reminded her that she was incredibly fat.

protester
itirazcı kişi
protesting
{f} itiraz et
protesting
{i} itiraz eden
under protest
isteksizce
under protest
gönülsüzce
deed of protest
protestoname
in protest
protesto
letter of protest
protesto mektubu
protested
protesto edilen
protesting
itiraz ederek
reimbursement of protest expenses
protesto masrafları iadesi
Protestant
i., s. Protestan
Protestant
protestan

Protestanlar çoğunlukta idi. - Protestants were in the majority.

Protestanlar azizleri kutsal saymazlar. - Protestants don't venerate saints.

enter a protest
(fiil) protesto etmek
in protest against
-e protesto olarak
march in protest
(Politika, Siyaset) protesto yürüyüşü yapmak
masculine protest
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) erkeksi protesto
pay under protest
itiraz ederek ödemek
protestant
ProtestanlaraProtestantismProtestanlık
protestant
(isim) protestan
protestant
{s} itiraz eden
protestant
{i} itiraz eden kimse
protestant
(sıfat) protestan
protestant
Protestan mezhebi
protestation
iddia
protestation
protesto/iddia
protestation
temin
protester
itirazcı
protester
gösterici

Göstericilerle polis arasında şiddetli çatışmalar patlak verdi. - Violent clashes broke out between the protesters and the police.

Göstericiler sinagogu ateşe verdiler. - The protesters burnt down the synagogue.

protesting
karşı çıkma
protesting
protesto

İnsanlar nükleer silahlara karşı protesto ediyor. - People are protesting against nuclear weapons.

Neden onlar protesto ediyor? - Why are they protesting?

protesting
(isim) karşı çıkma
protesting
karşı çıkan
protesting
protesto eden
protestingly
itiraz ederek
student protest
(Eğitim) öğrenci gösterisi
under protest
protesto ederek
under protest
gönülsüz yapmak
without protest
itiraz etmeden
Englisch - Englisch
to affirm something

I protest my innocence.

to object to

They protested the demolition of the school.

to make a strong objection

The public took to the streets to protest over the planned change to the law.

A formal objection, especially one by a group
A collective gesture of disapproval, sometimes violent
{n} a solemn or formal declaration, as of dissenting member of the house of lords, of a master of a vessel, against seizure, of the holder of a note not duly paid
a formal and solemn declaration of objection; "they finished the game under protest to the league president"; "the senator rose to register his protest"; "the many protestations did not stay the execution"
A statement in writing by any bidder or offeror on a particular procurement alleging that another bidder or offeror on such procurement is not a small business concern
U S Customs Form 19 allows for a refund of an overpayment of duty if filed within 90 days of liquidation
the act of protesting; a public (often organized) manifestation of dissent a formal and solemn declaration of objection; "they finished the game under protest to the league president"; "the senator rose to register his protest"; "the many protestations did not stay the execution"
any complaint, objection, impugnation, rejection or other manifestation of disagreement presented in writing by a contractor or bidder during any phase of the procurement process either to the appropriate authority in the country where the procurement takes place or directly to the Bank
Protests are done when an importer or broker disagrees witha Customs decision, typically issues involving classifications and values Protests must be filed within 90 days of liquidation of an entry
the act of making a strong public expression of disagreement and disapproval; "he shouted his protests at the umpire"; "a shower of protest was heard from the rear of the hall"
utter words of protest affirm or avow formally or solemnly; "The suspect protested his innocence"
is a written, timely objection submitted by a protester to an FAA Screening Information Request (SIR) or contract award
the act of protesting; a public (often organized) manifestation of dissent
affirm or avow formally or solemnly; "The suspect protested his innocence"
ads the case may be, and protesting against them
A solemn declaration in writing, in due form, made by a notary public, usually under his notarial seal, on behalf of the holder of a bill or note, protesting against all parties liable for any loss or damage by the nonacceptance or nonpayment of the bill, or by the nonpayment of the note, as the case may be
A solemn declaration of opinion, commonly a formal objection against some act; especially, a formal and solemn declaration, in writing, of dissent from the proceedings of a legislative body; as, the protest of lords in Parliament
An allegation by a boat, a race committee or a protest committee that a boat has broken a rule
  A written objection, before or during a race, against the course or its condition, disqualifications, timekeeping, another competitor or an official
To make a solemn declaration or affirmation of; to proclaim; to display; as, to protest one's loyalty
A declaration made by the master of a vessel before a notary, consul, or other authorized officer, upon his arrival in port after a disaster, stating the particulars of it, and showing that any damage or loss sustained was not owing to the fault of the vessel, her officers or crew, but to the perils of the sea, etc
A formal declaration made by a person interested or concerned in some act about to be done, or already performed, whereby he expresses his dissent or disapproval, or affirms the act against his will The object of such a declaration is generally to save some right which would be lost to him if his implied assent could be made out, or to exonerate himself from some responsibility which would attach to him unless he expressly negatived his assent (Page 1387) TOP
appeal
A formal statement of objection, dissent, or disapproval in regard to some act about to be done or already performed, such as an objection to an application, entry, claim, etc
A protest is the act of saying or showing publicly that you object to something. The opposition now seems too weak to stage any serious protests against the government The unions called a two-hour strike in protest at the railway authority's announcement. a protest march
In many countries it is a dishonored (not paid) draft, and has no standing in court unless a formally notarized statement of facts, known as a protest, is attached A formal certificate, attested by a notary public confirming the fact that a draft was not paid when it became due This step constitutes the basis for a formal and legal suit for non- payment
a challenge to Customs Service decisions
a formal statement in writing by a notary public, under seal, that a certain bill of exchange or promissory note was on a certain day presented for payment, or acceptance, and that payment or acceptance was refused
express opposition through action or words; "dissent to the laws of the country"
{i} demonstration; objection; opposition; attestation, formal statement of disputation (Law)
If you protest against something or about something, you say or show publicly that you object to it. In American English, you usually say that you protest it. Groups of women took to the streets to protest against the arrests The students were protesting at overcrowding in the university hostels They were protesting soaring prices He picked up the cat before Rosa could protest
{f} demonstrate, remonstrate; assert, make a declaration; assert objection, declare opposition
In a draft collection transaction, the formal legal process of registering that payment or acceptance of the draft has been demanded but the drawee has refused to pay or accept the draft
Formal certification that a negotiable instrument was dishonored by a party liable for its payment
If you protest that something is the case, you insist that it is the case, when other people think that it may not be. When we tried to protest that Mo was beaten up they didn't believe us `I never said any of that to her,' he protested He has always protested his innocence
What you call when one or more people get together to shout out a message they want the government and everyone else to hear
A declaration made by a party, before or while paying a tax, duty, or the like, demanded of him, which he deems illegal, denying the justice of the demand, and asserting his rights and claims, in order to show that the payment was not voluntary
Something that is lodged by a team when it considers that another team or competitor has transgressed the rules
A complaint filed against a competitor, investigated by officials
To call as a witness in affirming or denying, or to prove an affirmation; to appeal to
A strong expression of disapproval made in writing by a competitor and addressed to the jury When dissatisfied with a penalty or the decision on a complaint made during the Event a competitor or a team has the right of protest GS 5 4 2 If dissatisfied with the Director's reply, a competitor has the right to make a protest to the Jury He shall, within one hour of the reply to his complaint, declare his intention to protest 5 5
utter words of protest
An allegation made under rule 61 2 by a boat, a race committee or a protest committee that a boat has broken a rule
express opposition through action or words; "dissent to the laws of the country
To make a solemn declaration (often a written one) expressive of opposition; with against; as, he protest against your votes
To affirm in a public or formal manner; to bear witness; to declare solemnly; to avow
Legal procedure that may be administered by a notary public, evidencing non-payment or non-acceptance of a bill of exchange Useful in support of a subsequent civil action against the defaulter In a collection, the presenting bank may be instructed to arrange for this
protest march
occasion when you can express opposition by marching (usually on some government institution) without a license
protest strike
work stoppage for the purpose of protesting
protest vote
In an election, a protest vote is a vote against the party you usually support in order to show disapproval of something they are doing or planning to do
Protestant
Someone who is a member of such a denomination
Protestant
A modern Christian denomination not belonging to the Catholic or Orthodox traditions
protestant
of greater quality or merit
protested
Simple past tense and past participle of protest
protestingly
unwillingly, with protests
the lady doth protest too much
It is suspected that, because someone is insisting too much about something, the opposite of what he or she is saying must be true

In all Penelope's devotion to her husband there is an ever present sense that the lady doth protest too much.

under protest
while protesting

I'm washing-up under protest because it's not my turn.

under protest
of a payment made subject to dispute
protestant
a christian who denies the authority of the pope and holds the right of special judgment
protestant
{a} belonging to or like protestants
protestant
{n} one who protests against popery
protestation
{n} a solem declaration, a vow
protester
{n} one who protests, one who declares
Protestant
Prot
Protestant
protestantical
Protestant
any of several denominations of Christianity that separated from the Roman Catholic Church based on theological or political differences during the Reformation
Protestant
A Protestant is a Christian who belongs to the branch of the Christian church which separated from the Catholic church in the sixteenth century
Protestant
Protestant means relating to Protestants or their churches. Most Protestant churches now have women ministers. a member of a part of the Christian church that separated from the Roman Catholic church in the 16th century. Protestant Reformation Episcopal Church Protestant Protestant ethic
act of protest against
demonstration against, protest to oppose -
boycott something in protest over
refusing to deal with someone or to buy something in order to punish them and coerce them to change their ways
did not protest
did not object or complain; did not demonstrate
enter a protest
{f} file an appeal
expressed his protest
made his objection known, expressed opposition, complained
in protest
in objection, in opposition, in disapproval, as a sign of protest
in protest over
in objection to, in opposition to, in disapproval of, as a sign of protest over
paid under protest
paid while declaring that he did not know about the existence of the debt
pay under protest
pay while declaring that one does recognize the existence of the debt
protestant
Making a protest; protesting
protestant
Christian belonging to a sect descending from those that seceded from the church of Rome at the time of the Reformation
protestant
making a protest
protestant
of or relating to Protestants or Protestantism; "Protestant churches"; "a Protestant denomination"
protestant
A member of a Reform Church
protestant
an adherent of Protestantism of or relating to Protestants or Protestantism; "Protestant churches"; "a Protestant denomination
protestant
an adherent of Protestantism
protestant
member of one of the new churches set up in the 1500s to replace the Catholic church
protestant
Christian who does not follow the Roman Catholic Church but whose faith is based on that of Luther or Calvin The name given to the Christian Churches which broke away from the Roman Catholic Church after 1517 The original three were the Lutheran, Anglican and Calvinist Churches, but several others developed from them - Baptists, Anabaptists, Episcopalians, Methodists, Unitarians and Plymouth Brethren, to name just a few
protestant
Protestants are Christian but they do not agree with all of the main beliefs of Catholicism Instead
protestant
Any branch of the Christian church that broke away from the catholic church after the reformation Their motto was - Sola scriptura - the bible and the bible only The Eastern Orthodox church broke away several centuries earlier See Catholic See Ecumenism See The Reformation
protestant
A Christian who affirms the teachings of the Reformation: justification by faith alone, the priesthood of all believers, and the Bible as the only source of revealed truth
protestant
and the Diet of Spires, in 1529, against the Reformers, and appealed to a general council; now used in a popular sense to designate any Christian who does not belong to the Roman Catholic or the Greek Church
protestant
{s} of the Protestant sect of Christianity, of the sect that separated from the Catholic Church during the Reformation
protestant
One who protests; originally applied to those who adhered to Luther, and protested against, or made a solemn declaration of dissent from, a decree of the Emperor Charles V
protestant
the Protestant churches and denominations collectively
protestant
{i} member of the Protestant sect of Christianity
protestant
– A group within the Christian faith that holds more liberal ideas than the traditional Roman Catholic Church
protestant
Strictly speaking, Protestants were those Roman Catholic clergy and lay people in and around the sixteenth century who sought to reform the Roman Catholic Church from within, but whose efforts were rewarded with excommunication The term also applies to the churches they founded after they were cast out General usage has expanded the term to include any western religious group that is not affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church
protestant
any Christian who does not belong to the Roman Catholic or Orthodox Eastern Church
protestant
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protestant
A form of Christianity after the Reformation Protestant is used to describe the churches which do not belong to the Roman Catholic or Orthodox churches
protestant
Of or pertaining to the faith and practice of those Christians who reject the authority of the Roman Catholic Church; as, Protestant writers
protestation
The act of making a protest; a public avowal; a solemn declaration, especially of dissent
protestation
a strong declaration of protest
protestation
a formal and solemn declaration of objection; "they finished the game under protest to the league president"; "the senator rose to register his protest"; "the many protestations did not stay the execution"
protestation
A protestation is a strong declaration that something is true or not true. Despite his constant protestations of devotion and love, her doubts persisted. a strong statement saying that something is true or not true, when other people believe the opposite protestation of
protestation
{i} objection; opposition; formal declaration, solemn assertion
protestation
Formerly, a declaration in common-law pleading, by which the party interposes an oblique allegation or denial of some fact, protesting that it does or does not exist, and at the same time avoiding a direct affirmation or denial
protestation
a formal solemn objection or other declaration
protestations
plural of protestation
protested
past of protest
protester
One who protests; one who utters a solemn declaration
protester
Protesters are people who protest publicly about an issue. The protesters say the government is corrupt and inefficient. someone who takes part in a public activity such as a demonstration in order to show their opposition to something
protester
{i} remonstrator, demonstrator, one who makes a public display of objection; one who opposes, one who objects
protester
someone who participates in a public display of group feeling
protester
One who protests a bill of exchange, or note
protester
One who protests, either singly, or in a public display of group feeling
protester
a person who dissents from some established policy
protesting
making a protest
protesting
present participle of protest
protestingly
By way of protesting
protestingly
in protest, remonstratively
protestingly
in a protesting manner; "the bed creaked protestingly when the fat man sat down
protestor
alternative spelling of protester
protests
plural of , protest
protests
third-person singular of protest
resign in protest
quit one's position out of protest
silent protest
quiet protest, reasonable and organized demonstration
under protest
being opposed to, being appealed
vehement protest
lively objection to something
voiced his protest
stated his objection to the issue, expressed his dissatisfaction
vote of protest
demonstrative vote that is done for the sake of protest
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von protest im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

protest hareketler
protest movements
protest
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