rationalize

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Englisch - Türkisch
(yöntem/dizim) geliştirmek
neden göstermek
makul kıl
verimlileştirmek
kılıf uydurmak
{f} akılcı olmak
rasyonelleştirme

Onun aptalca eylemlerini rasyonelleştirmeye çalıştı. - He tried to rationalize his foolish actions.

{f} İng. modernleştirmek
{f} ussallaştırmak, mantıklı kılmak
{f} bahane bulmak
{f} rasyonel sayıya çevirmek
rationalization bahane
{f} mantığa göre açıklamak
{f} örgütlemek
ise bahane bulmak
{f} rasyonelleştirmek
{f} teşkilatlandırmak
modernleşme
mantıklı kılmak
akla uydur
{f} akla uygun hale getirmek
{f} mat. rasyonel sayıya çevirmek
makul kılmak
rationalize away
uzakta rasyonelleştirilmesi
rationalization
rasyonelleştirme
rationalization
makul kılma
rationalization
rasyonalizasyon
rationalised
rasyonelleştirilmesi
rationalise
f., İng., bak. rationalize
rationalization
ussallaştırma
rationalization
{i} bahane
rationalization
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) gerekçe bulmak
rationalization
(Askeri) RASYONALLEŞTİRME: İttifaka tayin edilen savunma kaynaklarının daha etkili kullanımı vasıtasıyla müttefik kuvvetlerin etkinliğini artıran her türlü önlem. Rasyonalleştirmeye bütünleştirme; daha yüksek müttefik ihtiyaçların ulusal önceliklerin tekrar kararlaştırılması, standartlaştırma, uzmanlaşma, müşterek destek veya gelişmiş enteroperabilite, ve ileri işbirliği dahildir. Rasyonalleştirme hem silah/malzeme kaynakları hem silah-dışı askeri konular için geçerlidir
rationalization
(Tıp) Sebepsiz olarak meydana gelen tavır bozukluklarında bir sebep icadı
rationalization
{i} akla yatkın hale getirme
rationalization
{i} modernleşme
rationalization
{i} mat. rasyonelleştirme
Englisch - Englisch
To remove radicals, without changing the value of an expression or the roots of an equation
To make something rational
To justify an immoral act, or illogical behaviour. “The process of thought by which one justifies a discreditable act, and by which one offers to oneself and the world a better motive for one's action than the true motive”1949 , Funk, Wilfred; Lewis, Norman, “4 - Words for Mature Minds”, in 30 Days to a More Powerful Vocabulary, New York: Washington Square Press, page p.29:
To structure something along modern, efficient and systematic lines, or according to scientific principles
ra·tion·al·ize rationalizes rationalizing rationalized in BRIT, also use rationalise1. If you try to rationalize attitudes or actions that are difficult to accept, you think of reasons to justify or explain them. He further rationalized his activity by convincing himself that he was actually promoting peace
To render rational; to free from radical signs or quantities
to remove radicals , without changing the value of an expression or the roots of an equation
To make rational; also, to convert to rationalism
To form a rational conception of
structure and run according to rational or scientific principles in order to achieve desired results; "We rationalized the factory's production and raised profits
to justify an immoral act, or illogical behaviour
To interpret in the manner of a rationalist
To use, and rely on, reason in forming a theory, belief, etc
remove irrational quantities from; "This function can be rationalized" think rationally; employ logic or reason; "When one wonders why one is doing certain things, one should rationalize" structure and run according to rational or scientific principles in order to achieve desired results; "We rationalized the factory's production and raised profits
remove irrational quantities from; "This function can be rationalized"
especially in matters of religion: to accord with the principles of rationalism
think rationally; employ logic or reason; "When one wonders why one is doing certain things, one should rationalize"
{f} invent possible reasons for an action which are not the true reasons; make something more logical, interpret something rationally; make a company more effective by joining or stopping certain activities (also rationalise)
When a company, system, or industry is rationalized, it is made more efficient, usually by getting rid of staff and equipment that are not essential. The network of 366 local offices is being rationalised to leave the company with 150 to 200 larger branch offices. = streamline + rationalization ra·tion·ali·za·tion the rationalization of the textile industry
rationalize away
substitute a natural for a supernatural explanation of; "you can rationalize away all the strange noises you hear--there is no poltergeist in the house!
rationalization
A statement of one's motives, or of the causes of some event
rationalization
A reorganization of a company or organization in order to improve its efficiency
rationalise
remove irrational quantities from; "This function can be rationalized"
rationalise
structure and run according to rational or scientific principles in order to achieve desired results; "We rationalized the factory's production and raised profits"
rationalise
weed out unwanted or unnecessary things; "We had to lose weight, so we cut the sugar from our diet"
rationalise
defend, explain, clear away, or make excuses for by reasoning; "rationalize the child's seemingly crazy behavior"; "he rationalized his lack of success"
rationalise
{f} invent possible reasons for an action which are not the true reasons; make something more logical, interpret something rationally; make a company more effective by joining or stopping certain activities (also rationalize)
rationalise
think rationally; employ logic or reason; "When one wonders why one is doing certain things, one should rationalize"
rationalization
{i} act of inventing possible reasons for an action that are not based on the true reasons; act of giving a rational explanation, act of basing things on logic or reason (also rationalisation)
rationalization
justification; making excuses to explain irrational behavior See also justification
rationalization
a defence mechanism in which a person comes up with acceptable reasons to justify his or her behaviour
rationalization
defense mechanism in which an attempt is made to explain in a logical way affects, ideas or wishes that may otherwise be unpalatable or unacceptable
rationalization
n unconscious defense mechanism in which irrational or unacceptable behavior, motives, or feelings are logically justified or made consciously tolerable by plausible means
rationalization
systematic organization; the act of organizing something according to a system or a rationale
rationalization
Attributing socially acceptable motives to one's actions
rationalization
a defense mechanism, operating unconsciously, in which an individual attempts to justify or make consciously tolerable by plausible means, feelings or behavior that otherwise would be intolerable
rationalization
Attributing socially acceptable motives to one's actions [13]
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The concealment of true motivation in some non-threatening way
rationalization
The substitution of a rational pretext for a real reason, with an implication of self-delusion or hypocrisy; the improvisation of a plausible reason for a human action when one either does not realize the real reason or seeks to keep it secret; the use of a false but reasonable justification or interpretation of an attitude or action, which appears to be unsatisfactory or contrary to accepted reasoning, when one is either ashamed or not aware of his actual motive HA 78-79; TH 280-82
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The simplification of an expression without changing its value
rationalization
the cognitive process of making something seem consistent with or based on reason
rationalization
(psychiatry) a defense mechanism by which your true motivation is concealed by explaining your actions and feelings in a way that is not threatening
rationalization
The process, or result of rationalizing
rationalization
A defense mechanism in which self-esteem is maintained by assigning plausible and acceptable reasons for conduct entered on impulsively or for less acceptable reasons See also defense mechanisms
rationalization
A defense mechanism in which the individual attempts to justify or make consciously tolerable by plausible means feelings, behavior, and motives that would otherwise be intolerable
rationalization
The method of adding a self-ID and auto-calibration feature to the transducer
rationalization
(mathematics) the simplification of an expression or equation by eliminating radicals without changing the value of the expression or the roots of the equation
rationalization
the organization of a business according to scientific principles of management in order to increase efficiency (mathematics) the simplification of an expression or equation by eliminating radicals without changing the value of the expression or the roots of the equation the cognitive process of making something seem consistent with or based on reason (psychiatry) a defense mechanism by which your true motivation is concealed by explaining your actions and feelings in a way that is not threatening
rationalization
A statement of ones motives, or of the causes of some event
rationalization
The act or process of rationalizing
rationalization
the organization of a business according to scientific principles of management in order to increase efficiency
rationalization
A defense mechanism where one believes or states an acceptable explanation for a behavior as opposed to the real explanation
rationalization
The interpretation of one's own behavior so as to conceal the motive it expresses by assigning the behavior to another motive
rationalized
past of rationalize
rationalizer
{i} one who uses reasoning, one who bases decisions on logic; one who invents possible reasons for an action which are not the true reasons (also rationaliser)
rationalizes
third-person singular of rationalize
rationalizing
present participle of rationalize
rationalize
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