quid pro quo

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Latin) bir şey için bir şey
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bedel
"Quid pro quo" Politikası, Türkçe'de; "Kısasa kısas" denilen şekilde uygulanan bir tutum olup, dünya diplomasisinde bu Latince deyimle anılmaktadır. Bazen, "göze göz, dişe diş" de denilen bu politika ile bir devlet diğerlerine karşı aynen onun kendisine olan davranışlarına uygun bir tutum izleyerek cevap verir
(verilen bir şeye) karşılık: "İf we give this to them we must insist on a juid pro juo.Bunu onlara verirsek, karşılığını istememiz şart."
{i} (verilen bir şeye) karşılık: If we give this to them we must insist on a quid pro quo. Bunu onlara verirsek, karşılığını istememiz şart
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Englisch - Englisch
An equal exchange

We had no money so we had to live by quid pro quo.

Something understood as another ; an equivocation
This for that; giving something to receive something else ; something equivalent ; something in return
Used in law for the giving of one valuable thing for another
In the securities industry, it is an agreement in which a company, using institutional research, will execute all trades based on that research with the firm providing it and thus, makes payment in soft dollars This is done instead of directly paying for the research
Latin: something for something The giving of something in exchange for another thing of equal value
A quid pro quo is a gift or advantage that is given to someone in return for something that they have done. The statement is emphatic in stating that there must be a quid pro quo. quid pro quos something that you give or do in exchange for something else, especially when this arrangement is not official quid pro quo for
something for something; consideration
An arrangement allowing a firm to use research from another firm at no cost in exchange for executing all of its trades with the firm that provides the research
one thing in exchange for another, something in return for something else
Latin for this for that or one thing for another, such as the consideration in an insurance contract, which requires the exchange of something of value by both parties for there to be a valid contract
An arrangement whereby a firm uses research from another firm at no cost in exchange for executing all of its trades with the firm providing the research
= Latin for "this for that," or "one thing for another " In insurance it could refer to the consideration in an insurance contract which calls for the exchange of values by both parties to the contract in order for it to be a valid contract See also Consideration
Latin phrase that means something for something
From the Latin, "something for something " What vested-interest campaign contributors get from elected officials in return for their financial backing (this may include a tax break, subsidy, appointment, or regulatory exemption) "[Some members] take these $500 or $5,000 contributions and then put $20 million in some bill for the corporation "
something for something; that which a party receives (or is promised) in return for something he does or gives or promises
What for what; something for something; giving one valuable thing for another
quid pro quos
plural form of quid pro quo
quo pro quid
Form of quid pro quo
quid pro quo
What for what; something for something; giving one valuable thing for another
quid pro quo
An arrangement allowing a firm to use research from another firm at no cost in exchange for executing all of its trades with the firm that provides the research
quid pro quo
Latin phrase that means something for something
quid pro quo
something for something; consideration
quid pro quo
Used in law for the giving of one valuable thing for another
quid pro quo
An arrangement whereby a firm uses research from another firm at no cost in exchange for executing all of its trades with the firm providing the research
quid pro quo
= Latin for "this for that," or "one thing for another " In insurance it could refer to the consideration in an insurance contract which calls for the exchange of values by both parties to the contract in order for it to be a valid contract See also Consideration
quid pro quo
In the securities industry, it is an agreement in which a company, using institutional research, will execute all trades based on that research with the firm providing it and thus, makes payment in soft dollars This is done instead of directly paying for the research
quid pro quo
something for something; that which a party receives (or is promised) in return for something he does or gives or promises
quid pro quo
Latin for this for that or one thing for another, such as the consideration in an insurance contract, which requires the exchange of something of value by both parties for there to be a valid contract
quid pro quo
From the Latin, "something for something " What vested-interest campaign contributors get from elected officials in return for their financial backing (this may include a tax break, subsidy, appointment, or regulatory exemption) "[Some members] take these $500 or $5,000 contributions and then put $20 million in some bill for the corporation " -- former U S Rep Peter Kostmayer (D-Pa )
quid pro quo
Latin: something for something The giving of something in exchange for another thing of equal value
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von quid pro quo im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

quid pro quo politikası
(Politika, Siyaset) puid pro quo policy
quid pro quo
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