ruling

listen to the pronunciation of ruling
Englisch - Türkisch
iktidardaki: ruling party iktidar partisi
{s} geçerli
(Kanun) iktidardaki
yöneterek
en başta gelen
yargı kararı
yönetme
(Sigorta,Ticaret) özelge
en güçlü
yargı

Karısının ikinci kuzeni Yahudi yargı meclisinin üyesiydi. - His wife's second cousin was a member of the Jewish ruling council.

hüküm
{f} yönet

Yöneten seçkinlerin zulmüne karşı direnin. - Fight back against the oppression of the ruling elite.

resmi karar
en önemli
{i} yöneten

Yöneten seçkinlerin zulmüne karşı direnin. - Fight back against the oppression of the ruling elite.

başlıca
en büyük
cetvelle çizilmiş çizgi
i., huk. (hâkimin verdiği) karar. s
{s} belli başlı
rule çiz/hüküm ver/yönet
{s} cari
{i} mahkeme kararı
{i} yönetim
{i} çizgi (cetvelle)
{s} hakim olan
{i} idare
{s} egemen

Egemen sınıf yetkilerinden vazgeçmez. - The ruling class will not surrender its power.

{i} cetvelle çizme
rule
kural

Trafik kurallarına uymalıyız. - We should observe our traffic rules.

Lütfen okul kurallarına uyun. - Please follow the school rules.

rule
hükmetmek
ruling class
(Politika, Siyaset) üst sınıf
ruling party
iktidar partisi
ruling pen
tirlin
ruling pen
çizgi kalemi
ruling price
cari fiyat
ruling party
iktidar partisi, yönetimdeki parti

2007 de AK parti ikinci kez iktidar partisi olarak yönetime geçti.

ruling, decision
iktidar, karar
ruling clique
yöneten sınıf
ruling elements
(Askeri) yönetici unsurlar
ruling grade
azami meyil
ruling pen
ayarlı kalem
ruling section
eşdeğer kesit
ruling weakness
yönetim zafiyeti
rule
yönetmek

Kuralları yönetmekte iyidir. - She's good at getting around rules.

Bir ülkeyi yönetmek kolay bir iş değildir. - To rule a country is not an easy task.

rule
egemenlik
rule
emretmek
rule
{i} kanun

Almanya orman kanunu ile yönetilmez ama hukukun üstünlüğü ile yönetilir. - Germany is not ruled by the law of the jungle, but by the rule of law.

rule
{i} talimat
rule
düzeyinde olmak
rule
{i} prensip

Asla borç para almamayı prensip edinirim. - I make it a rule never to borrow money.

Her gün matematik çalışmayı prensip edinirim. - I make it a rule to study math every day.

rule
adet
ruling class
(Politika, Siyaset) yönetici sınıfı
rule
yöntem
rule
(Kanun) karar
rule
yasa

Yatakta sigara içmeyi yasaklayan çok sıkı bir kural var. - There is a very strict rule forbidding smoking in bed.

Yargıtay yasanın yasa dışı olduğuna karar verdi. - The Supreme Court ruled that the law was illegal.

rule
egemen olmak
rule
ilke

Çoğunluk kuralı demokrasinin temel ilkesidir. - Majority rule is a basic principle of democracy.

rule
oranlama
rule
hakim olmak
rule
(Politika, Siyaset) mahkeme emri
rule
(Kanun) karar vermek
rule
dizginlemek
rule
hükümdarlık etmek
rule
hükme bağlamak
rule
hükümet etmek
rule
(Tıp) regl
rule
erkan
rule
düzeç
rule
hükümet
ruling class
yönetici sınıf
rulings
(Askeri) resmi karar
rulings
(Askeri) resmi hükümler
rule
{f} yönet

Beşik sallayan el dünyayı yönetir. - The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.

İspanya o zaman Kübayı yönetti. - Spain ruled Cuba at that time.

rule
-e egemen olmak
rule
cetvel

Bir cetvel ödünç alabilir miyim? - May I borrow a ruler?

Bu cetvel milimetre olarak ölçeğe sahiptir. - This ruler has the scale in millimeters.

rule
usul
rule
saltanat etmek
rule
yönetim

Onun yönetimi despotçaydı. - His rule was despotic.

Hamilton İngiliz yönetimine karşı protesto etti. - Hamilton protested against British rule.

rule
buyurmak
rule
cetvelle çizmek
rule
{f} hükümdarı/yöneticisi olmak; yönetmek, idare etmek
rule
düzçizer
rule
yol

Tüm sürücülerin yol kurallarına uymaları gerekir. - All drivers should obey the rules of the road.

Aynı kural bir yolculuğa çıkmak için de geçerlidir. - The same rule applies to going for a journey.

court ruling
mahkeme kararı
governing, ruling
İktidardaki hükümet
governing; ruling; imperious
yönetim, iktidar, otoriter
over-ruling
aşırı iktidar
rule
kuralı
rulings
kararlar
the ruling
İktidardaki
appeal against ruling
(Kanun) karara karşı temyiz
detailed ruling
(Politika, Siyaset) gerekçeli karar
interlocutory ruling
(Kanun) itirazatı iptidaiye
interlocutory ruling
(Kanun) ilk itiraz
rule
{f} egemen olmak, hâkim olmak
rule
üçlü kuralı
rule
{i} yönetmelik
rule
alışılmış durum
rule
kanunen
rule
{f} hüküm vermek
rule
{i} gönye
rule
{i} idare

Okul idaremiz o okul kuralını ortadan kaldırmaya karar verdi. - Our school administration decided to do away with that school rule.

rule
{f} geçerli olmak
rule
{f} çizmek
rule
{f} sözü geçmek
rule
{f} -e hükmetmek
rule
{i} tüzük
rule
{i} norm

Bu bütün normlara ve kurallara aykırıdır. - This contradicts all norms and rules.

rule
cetvel tahtası
rule
genellikle

İngilizce öğretmenimiz genellikle çok ödev verir. - As a rule, our English teacher gives a lot of homework.

Erkekler, genellikle, kızlardan daha uzundur. - Boys, as a rule, are taller than girls.

rule
çizgilik
rule
ince çizgi
rule
{f} saltanat sürmek
rule
{i} metre
rule
by rule kurala göre
rule
{f} karara varmak
rule
{f} (on) huk. (hâkim) (-e) karar
rule
kural,v.yönet: n.kural
rule
düstur
rule
çizgi çekmek
rule
kaide
rule
hüküm

İnka İmparatorluğunun hükümdarı idi. - He was the ruler of the Inca Empire.

İnsanlar zalim hükümdara direndi. - The people resisted their cruel ruler.

rule
mahkeme kararı
rule
{f} idare etmek
rule
{i} standart
rule
as a rule çoğunlukla
ruling class
yönetici sınıf sociol
to give a ruling
(Avrupa Birliği) karar vermek(mahkemelerde)
Englisch - Englisch
Present participle of rule
An order or a decision on a point of law from someone in authority
That rules or rule

the ruling monarch.

The ruling group of people in a country or organization is the group that controls its affairs. the Mexican voters' growing dissatisfaction with the ruling party. the sport's ruling body, the International Cricket Council
A decision by the court
A ruling is an official decision made by a judge or court. Goodwin tried to have the court ruling overturned
exercising power or authority
a decision by the Customs Service They're published and can usually be appealed
A combination of horizontal and vertical bounding lines drawn or incised in simple or complex patterns used to set out the written space on a page and to guide the line of writing across the page Also describes the process of ruling Ruling may be drawn in dry or hard point using a stylus (i e , "ruled in dry point"), in lead or silver point (i e , "ruled in lead," or " ... in plummet," or "... in crayon," or "... in pencil"), or in ink using a pen (i e , "ruled in pen") A text block enclosed in upper and lower horizontal and inner and outer vertical bounding lines is said to be frame-ruled
the reason for a court's judgment (as opposed to the decision itself)
{s} controlling, governing; prevailing, predominant
An order from someone in authority
The process by which a frame and/or horizontal lines are produced to guide the hand in writing; the word also refers to the linear guide thus produced Ruling was guided by pricking Beginning in the Carolingian period, templates were sometimes used in pricking and ruling Before the late eleventh century, ruling was generally executed with a hardpoint, producing a ridge-and-furrow effect Thereafter leadpoint was used in the layout of individual pages,enabling greater flexibility When the thin pen used to produce cursive scripts was revived in the later twelfth century, ruling was also done in ink, especially from the late thirteenth century on Coloured inks were employed in some manuscripts, such as the pink ruling in fifteenth-century Book of Hours The Italian humanists revived the use of hardpoint for ruling When paper was used as the writing support material, this could result in tears in the paper
Broadly, a determination made by a judge
The act of one who rules; ruled lines
Used in marking or engraving lines; as, a ruling machine or pen
Someone's ruling passion or emotion is the feeling they have most strongly, which influences their actions. Their ruling passion is that of carnal love. an official decision, especially one made by a court ruling on
Predominant; chief; reigning; controlling; as, a ruling passion; a ruling sovereign
An authorative decision made by the Speaker or chairperson on matters of procedure
decision by a tournament director or committee
A decision or rule of a judge or a court, especially an oral decision, as in excluding evidence
{i} verdict, decree, something that has been determined
ruling pen
a pen used in graphic design and calligraphy for drawing precise lines of various thicknesses
ruling class
the class of people exerting power or authority
ruling clique
ruling class, governing class, group that holds power
ruling junta
military sect that controls a country after a revolution (in South American countries)
ruling party
political group that is in power, main party which currently rules in a government
Bosman ruling
A legal ruling allowing professional footballers in the UEFA to change club under a free transfer at the end of their contracts
rule
A straight line (continuous mark, as made by a pen or the like), especially one lying across a paper as a guide for writing
rule
Something to keep order
rule
To excel

This game rules!.

rule
To regulate, be in charge of, make decisions for, reign over
rule
To mark (paper or the like) with [[#Noun|rules]] (lines)
rule
{n} government, command, direction, law
rule
{v} to govern, manage, direct, draw lines
House Committee ruling
decision reached by a house committee (committee formed by the Parliament for dealing with particular issues)
Rule
regence
Rule
reule
Rule
rewle
appeal a ruling
plead for modification of a court decision
new ruling
legal precedent which was recently determined
old ruling
legal precedent that is used as a basis for judgment most of the time
rabbinic ruling
determination made by the rabbinate
rule
have an affinity with; of signs of the zodiac
rule
To establish or settle by, or as by, a rule; to fix by universal or general consent, or by common practice
rule
A theoretical device for the explanation of behavioral regularities and/or cognitive states Rules are generally, but not always, characterized in terms of causally-operative mental representations See computation, symbolicism, connectionism <Discussion> <References> Daniel Barbiero
rule
{f} govern, control; determine, decide, decree; mark with lines using a ruler
rule
Uniform or established course of things
rule
A series of values that assigns one or more system attributes to an installation profile
rule
any one of a systematic body of regulations defining the way of life of members of a religious order; "the rule of St Dominic"
rule
directions that define the way a game or sport is to be conducted; "he knew the rules of chess"
rule
If you rule a straight line, you draw it using something that has a straight edge. a ruled grid of horizontal and vertical lines. see also golden rule, ground rule, ruling, slide rule
rule
A proto-method Consists of a specification and a body See the chapter on Statements and Rules
rule
The person or group that rules a country controls its affairs. For four centuries, he says, foreigners have ruled Angola He ruled for eight months. the long line of feudal lords who had ruled over this land. Rule is also a noun. demands for an end to one-party rule
rule
Conduct in general; behavior
rule
A statement of general applicability approved by the Civil Service Commission that (1) exercises, implements, or applies powers authorized by article XI, section 5 of the Michigan Constitution, or (2) prescribes the procedures or practice of the Department of Civil Service A rule has the force and effect of law unless a court of compe
rule
If you say that something happens as a rule, you mean that it usually happens. As a rule, however, such attacks have been aimed at causing damage rather than taking life. = generally, usually
rule
decide on and make a declaration about; "find someone guilty"
rule
To control the will and actions of; to exercise authority or dominion over; to govern; to manage
rule
A segment of an @command{awk} program that specifies how to process single input records A rule consists of a pattern and an action @command{awk} reads an input record; then, for each rule, if the input record satisfies the rule's pattern, @command{awk} executes the rule's action Otherwise, the rule does nothing for that input record
rule
dominance or power through legal authority; "France held undisputed dominion over vast areas of Africa"; "the rule of Caesar"
rule
A clause that defines the relationship or relationships between facts and objects
rule
a rule or law concerning a natural phenomenon or the function of a complex system; "the principle of the conservation of mass"; "the principle of jet propulsion"; "the right-hand rule for inductive fields"
rule
exercise authority over; as of nations; "Who is governing the country now?"
rule
A composing rule
rule
To keep within a (certain) range for a time; to be in general, or as a rule; as, prices ruled lower yesterday than the day before
rule
See under Conposing
rule
To regulate, be in charge of make decisions for, reign over
rule
reign
rule
guided by a rule or ruler; to print or mark with lines by means of a rule or other contrivance effecting a similar result; as, to rule a sheet of paper of a blank book
rule
A measuring instrument consisting of a graduated bar of wood, ivory, metal, or the like, which is usually marked so as to show inches and fractions of an inch, and jointed so that it may be folded compactly
rule
To lay down and settle a rule or order of court; to decide an incidental point; to enter a rule
rule
(mathematics) a standard procedure for solving a class of mathematical problems; "he determined the upper bound with Descartes' rule of signs"; "he gave us a general formula for attacking polynomials"
rule
any one of a systematic body of regulations defining the way of life of members of a religious order; "the rule of St
rule
(a) The rules in this book, including the Definitions, Race Signals, Introduction, preambles and the rules of relevant appendices, but not titles
rule
An established standard, guideline, or regulation A principle set up by any authority that directs either action or forbearance, as in the rules of a legislative body, of a company, or of the law
rule
To require or command by rule; to give as a direction or order of court
rule
keep in check; "rule one's temper"
rule
Systematic method or practice; as, my ule is to rise at six o'clock
rule
A logical statement that lets you respond to an event, based on predetermined criteria
rule
Informally, a rule is any CycL formula which begins with #$implies, that is, any conditional A rule has two parts, called its antecedent and consequent, or left-hand side and right-hand side
rule
If something rules your life, it influences or restricts your actions in a way that is not good for you. Scientists have always been aware of how fear can rule our lives and make us ill
rule
be larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance; "Money reigns supreme here"; "Hispanics predominate in this neighborhood"
rule
measuring stick consisting of a strip of wood or metal or plastic with a straight edge that is used for drawing straight lines and measuring lengths a principle or condition that customarily governs behavior; "it was his rule to take a walk before breakfast"; "short haircuts were the regulation"
rule
A ruler; device for measuring, a straightedge, a measure
rule
That which is prescribed or laid down as a guide for conduct or action; a governing direction for a specific purpose; an authoritative enactment; a regulation; a prescription; a precept; as, the rules of various societies; the rules governing a school; a rule of etiquette or propriety; the rules of cricket
rule
To have power or command; to exercise supreme authority; often followed by over
rule
A method of knowledge representation characterized by an IF-THEN format The conclusions are considered true if the conditions are true They may contain Boolean logic A statement consisting of two parts, antecedent and consequent The antecedent consists of one or more IF clauses, and establishes conditions that must be met if the consequent part of the rule is to be activated The consequent is composed of the actions of conclusions that result
rule
The cellular automata rules in which this oscillator works The minimum rule is listed first, then the maximum rule (if the oscillator works in more than one rule) Optional Birth and Survival counts are underlined in the web-based version of Oscillizer [Note: Only rules in which the oscillator works in exactly the same way as the given rule are listed The pattern may well be a different oscillator in some other rule, but that rule will not be shown ]
rule
For each bill, the House Rules Committee sets a time limit for debate and decides who will manage the debate and when it will occur This decision is the "rule" on the bill In the Senate, these matters are handled more formally, with an agreement between majority leaders, minority leaders, sponsors of the bill, and other main actors
rule
A general principle concerning the formation or use of words, or a concise statement thereof; thus, it is a rule in England, that s or es , added to a noun in the singular number, forms the plural of that noun; but "man"
rule
prescribed guide for conduct or action directions that define the way a game or sport is to be conducted; "he knew the rules of chess"
rule
A rule of procedure that a Court must follow, related to a specific Act Rules are made by a lawful judiciary authority
rule
A determinate method prescribed for performing any operation and producing a certain result; as, a rule for extracting the cube root
rule
The act of ruling; administration of law; government; empire; authority; control
rule
measuring stick consisting of a strip of wood or metal or plastic with a straight edge that is used for drawing straight lines and measuring lengths
rule
a basic generalization that is accepted as true and that can be used as a basis for reasoning or conduct; "their principles of composition characterized all their works"
rule
(a) The rules in the RRS book, including the Definitions, Race Signals, Introduction, preambles, and the rules of an appendix when it applies, but not titles; (b) the prescriptions of a national authority, when they apply; (c) the class rules except any that conflict with the rules in this book; (d) the notice of race (e) the sailing instructions; (f) any other documents governing the event
rule
decide with authority; "The King decreed that all first-born males should be killed"
rule
A rule of thumb is a rule or principle that you follow which is not based on exact calculations, but rather on experience. A good rule of thumb is that a broker must generate sales of ten times his salary if his employer is to make a profit
rule
A thin plate of metal (usually brass) of the same height as the type, and used for printing lines, as between columns on the same page, or in tabular work
rule
If someone in authority bends the rules or stretches the rules, they do something even though it is against the rules. There is a particular urgency in this case, and it would help if you could bend the rules
rule
a principle or condition that customarily governs behavior; "it was his rule to take a walk before breakfast"; "short haircuts were the regulation"
rule
Dominic" prescribed guide for conduct or action directions that define the way a game or sport is to be conducted; "he knew the rules of chess" (linguistics) a rule describing (or prescribing) a linguistic practice the duration of a monarch's or government's power; "during the rule of Elizabeth" keep in check; "rule one's temper" decide with authority; "The King decreed that all first-born males should be killed" decide on and make a declaration about; "find someone guilty" mark or draw with a ruler; "rule the margins" have an affinity with; of signs of the zodiac
rule
The rules of something such as a language or a science are statements that describe the way that things usually happen in a particular situation. according to the rules of quantum theory
rule
prescribed guide for conduct or action
rule
Ordibary course of procedure; usual way; comon state or condition of things; as, it is a rule to which there are many exeptions
rule
A data-driven programming construct-associated with a class-consisting of a condition and action A rule's action is executed ("fired") when its condition is satisfied by objects in memory A rule whose condition references only the "this" object is termed an intra-object rule, otherwise an inter-object rule Sometimes called a "production" or "production rule"
rule
Horizontal or verticle lines used in design for separating sections or merely provide graphic elements for decoration
rule
A segment of an awk program, that specifies how to process single input records A rule consists of a pattern and an action awk reads an input record; then, for each rule, if the input record satisfies the rule's pattern, awk executes the rule's action Otherwise, the rule does nothing for that input record
rule
A regulation, law, guideline
rule
Rules are instructions that tell you what you are allowed to do and what you are not allowed to do. a thirty-two-page pamphlet explaining the rules of basketball Strictly speaking, this was against the rules
rule
A straight strip of wood, metal, or the like, which serves as a guide in drawing a straight line; a ruler
rule
{i} law, regulation; custom, common practice; government; ruler, flat tool used for measuring distances
rule
(linguistics) a rule describing (or prescribing) a linguistic practice
rule
The instructions on the time and substance of debate on a House bill, which are attached to the bill when reported out to the floor by the House Rules Committee
rule
A segment of an awk program that specifies how to process single input records A rule consists of a pattern and an action awk reads an input record; then, for each rule, if the input record satisfies the rule's pattern, awk executes the rule's action Otherwise, the rule does nothing for that input record
rule
mark or draw with a ruler; "rule the margins"
rule
(a) The rules in this book, including the Definitions, Race Signals, Introduction, preambles and the rules of relevant appendices, but not titles; (b) the prescriptions of the national authority, unless the sailing instructions state that they do not apply; (c) the class rules, or the rules of the handicapping or rating system, except any that conflict with the rules in this book; (d) the notice of race; (e) the sailing instructions; and (f) any other documents that govern the event
rule
A solid or dashed graphic line in documents used to separate the elements of a page Rules and other graphic devices should be used sparingly, and only for clarifying the function of other elements on the page
rule
If something is the rule, it is the normal state of affairs. However, for many Americans today, weekend work has unfortunately become the rule rather than the exception
rule
To mark with lines made with a pen, pencil, etc
rule
A rule is a statement telling people what they should do in order to achieve success or a benefit of some kind. An important rule is to drink plenty of water during any flight
rule
An order regulating the practice of the courts, or an order made between parties to an action or a suit
rule
forms its plural "men", and is an exception to the rule
rule
A straight line on the page, usually expressed with its width as in, "a 1-point rule " Don't call them lines, except in hairline
rule
(linguistics) a rule describing (or prescribing) a linguistic practice the duration of a monarch's or government's power; "during the rule of Elizabeth"
rule
If workers work to rule, they protest by working according to the rules of their job without doing any extra work or taking any new decisions. Nurses are continuing to work to rule. exclusionary rule gag rule Home Rule Irish L'Hôpital's rule Rule of the Community product rule quotient rule
rule
In the context of Veracity, the term "rule" is used to refer to a (pattern,arrow,action) triplet in a policy file A policy file is considered to consist of a list of rules See also Production
rule
a principle guiding action For Kant, concepts are rules, the understanding is the faculty of rules, and our use of rules is central to our account of objectivity Much of Wittgenstein's discussion of following a rule runs parallel to the Kantian insight that rules do not determine their own application The question of what gives a rule authority and holds it and its application in place led to the rejection of the possibility of a private language and Wittgenstein's emphasis on practices and forms of life Interrelations among rules, roles and practices are central concerns in the philosophy of social science Discussions of what constitutes a legal rule and how such rules have normative force are main features of the philosophy of law
rule
Dominic"
rule
something regarded as a normative example; "the convention of not naming the main character"; "violence is the rule not the exception"; "his formula for impressing visitors"
rule
the duration of a monarch's or government's power; "during the rule of Elizabeth"
rule
When someone in authority rules that something is true or should happen, they state that they have officially decided that it is true or should happen. The court ruled that laws passed by the assembly remained valid The Israeli court has not yet ruled on the case A provincial magistrates' court last week ruled it unconstitutional The committee ruled against all-night opening mainly on safety grounds. = pronounce
rule
To control or direct by influence, counsel, or persuasion; to guide; used chiefly in the passive
rulings
plural of ruling
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von ruling im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

rule
(Havacılık) run
rule
taxiing
ruling
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