seniority

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Englisch - Türkisch
kıdem
(Ticaret) yaşça büyük
kıdemlilik
{i} yaşça büyüklük
{i} üstlük
{i} eskilik
(Askeri) KIDEM, KIDEMLİLİK: Nasip ve tayin tarihi; faal hizmet süresi vs. sebeplerle, bir askerin diğer bir askere nazaran askeri mertebe (rank) bakımından haiz bulunduğu üstünlük. İki kişi, aynı rütbeye aynı gün naspedilmiş bulunuyorlarsa, bu hak, bu hak fiili hizmet süresi daha uzun olana aittir
kıdem/büyüklük
öncelik
senior
kıdemli

O, bana göre üç yıl kıdemli. - She is senior to me by three years.

Kim ondan iki yıl kıdemliydi. - Kim was two years senior to him.

seniority indemnity
kıdem tazminatı
senior
{i} üst

O, hükümette üst düzey bir konuma sahiptir. - He holds a senior position in the government.

Bu seminer Japon firmalarından üst düzey pazarlama liderlerini hedef alacaktır. - This seminar will target senior marketing leaders from Japanese firms.

senior
{s} son sınıfa ait
senior
{s} yaşça büyük
employee seniority
kıdemli işçi
senior
kıdem

Biz onu iyi bir kıdemli olarak görünüyoruz. - We look up to him as a good senior.

Kim ondan iki yıl kıdemliydi. - Kim was two years senior to him.

senior
(Askeri) üst devre
senior
yaşça daha büyük
senior
kıdemlilik
senior
{i} büyük
senior
(Ticaret) emektar

Tabii, birçok emektar vatandaş emeklilikten memnundur. - Of course, many senior citizens are happy with retirement.

senior
daha yaşlı olan kişi
senior
son sınıfa ilişkin
senior
kıdemli kişi
embassy, legation, seniority
büyükelçilik, elçilik, kıdem
senior
{i} yaşça büyük olan kimse
senior
baba
senior
{s} son sınıfla ilgili
senior
(Askeri) KIDEMLİ ÜST: Hizmet süresi diğerlerinden fazla olan; sınıflandırmalarda esas olarak alınan tipe nazaran ileri derecede bulunan
senior
daha yaşlı
senior
yaşlı

Yaşlıların ruhları kötü havaya rağmen yüksekti. - The senior citizens' spirits were high in spite of the bad weather.

Yaşlı birine yerini verdi. - She gave her seat to a senior citizen.

senior
i yaşça büyük kıdemli
senior
{i} yaşça büyük kimse
senior
kıdemli kimse
senior
yasça daha büyük adam
senior
senior high school
senior
senior citizen yaşlı kimse
senior
{i} son sınıf öğrencisi

O, Harvard'da son sınıf öğrencisi. - He is now a senior at Harvard.

Hyogo Üniversitesinde son sınıf öğrencisiyim. - I am a senior at Hyogo University.

senior
üst düzey

O hükümette üst düzey bir konuma sahiptir. - She holds a senior position in the government.

İngilizce ve matematik üst düzey liselerde çok yapılır. - English and mathematics are made much of in senior high schools.

Englisch - Englisch
A measure of the amount of time a person has been a member of an organization, as compared to other members, and with an eye towards awarding privileges to those who have been members longer

It's an old-fashioned company, with parking spaces and other perks doled out on the basis of seniority.

{n} eldership, priority of birth or order
The quality or state of being senior
Status determined by the length of service an employee has with a given employer
The state of being older than another or others or higher in rank than another or others; length of service in a position
A member of Congress's consecutive years of service on a particular committee
- a regular employee's length of continuous service in his or her present class and all higher-paying classes since original appointment to the present class
shall mean total continuous full-time equivalent service as a regular employee unless the context herein indicates otherwise
A method of designating an employee's status relative to other employees of the bargaining unit Seniority can be based on length of service alone or in combination with other factors such as ability, skills, or union office Seniority provisions are codified within the collective agreement
The length of service an individual has with the City of Columbia In cases of several personnel appointed on the same day, seniority shall be determined by the order of their position on the eligible register
{i} rank or status awarded according to the length of service (in a job, union, etc.); priority of birth; state of being older
The order of repayment In the event of bankruptcy, senior debt must be repaid before subordinated debt is repaid
Length of service as bearing on duties or functions
A person's seniority in an organization is the importance and power that they have compared with others, or the fact that they have worked there for a long time. He has said he will fire editorial employees without regard to seniority
the property of being long-lived
A workers' length of service with the employer Seniority often determines promotions, recall or transfers
higher rank than that of others especially by reason of longer service
The status given Members according to their length of service, which entitles a Member with greater seniority to preferential treatment in matters such as committee assignments
ancienty
seniory
senior
an older person

four years her senior.

senior
of or pertaining to a student's final academic year at a high school or university
senior
Older; superior
senior
{n} one who is older
senior
{a} older that another
senior
An undergraduate student who has accumulated at least 86 credits, including credits transferred to UM
senior
student in the 12th grade
senior
One older in office, or whose entrance upon office was anterior to that of another; one prior in grade
senior
An aged person; an older
senior
A class of securities which have high or the highest claim against a borrower or assets of the borrower Often they are secured or collateralized, or have a prior claim against the assets
senior
{s} older, elder; having a higher rank; elderly, aged; pertaining to students in their final year at a school or university
senior
A student who has accumulated at least 90 semester hours of credit
senior
a person who is older than you are
senior
If you take part in a sport at senior level, you take part in competitions with adults and people who have reached a high degree of achievement in that sport. This will be his fifth international championship and his third at senior level. used after the name of a man who has the same name as his son
senior
The older, or earliest established name
senior
used of the fourth and final year in United States high school or college; "the senior prom"
senior
More advanced than another in age; prior in age; elder; hence, more advanced in dignity, rank, or office; superior; as, senior member; senior counsel
senior
In high school, a student in grade twelve is called a senior In college, a senior is a student who has completed more than the required number of credits hours for completion of the third year of study, but has not completed the requirements for the fourth year
senior
student who has earned 90 or more semester hours
senior
a final-year student at a high school or university
senior
A person who is older than another; one more advanced in life
senior
{i} student in his final year at a school or university; person of higher rank; older person, elder; senior citizen
senior
Higher in rank within a publicly traded company or other organization
senior
A 5Kw Fresnel or open face fixture
senior
If someone is senior to you in an organization or profession, they have a higher and more important job than you or they are considered to be superior to you because they have worked there for longer and have more experience. The position had to be filled by an officer senior to Haig junior Your seniors are the people who are senior to you. He was described by his seniors as a model officer. junior
senior
One in the fourth or final year of his collegiate course at an American college; originally called senior sophister; also, one in the last year of the course at a professional schools or at a seminary
senior
Belonging to the final year of the regular course in American colleges, or in professional schools
senior
an undergraduate student during the year preceding graduation older; higher in rank; longer in length of tenure or service; "senior officer
senior
A fourth-year, undergraduate student This classification is based on the number of course credit hours completed
senior
older

John is two years older than I am. - John is senior to me by two years.

senior
A fourth-year undergraduate student
senior
A student in the last year of high school, college, or university
senior
Seniors are students in a high school, university, or college who are the oldest and who have reached an advanced level in their studies
senior
a student who has earned over 90 credit hours in college
senior
of or pertaining to a students final academic year at a high school or university
senior
A student who has completed 90 or more hours of college credit but has not received a bachelor’s degree
senior
A student who has completed 135 or more term credits toward an undergraduate degree
senior
an undergraduate student during the year preceding graduation
senior
The senior people in an organization or profession have the highest and most important jobs. senior officials in the Israeli government. the company's senior management Television and radio needed many more women in senior jobs. junior
senior
A student with at least 92 semester hours of credit earned
senior
advanced in years; (`aged' is pronounced as two syllables); "aged members of the society"; "elderly residents could remember the construction of the first skyscraper"; "senior citizen"
senior
older; higher in rank; longer in length of tenure or service; "senior officer"
senior
Senior is used when indicating how much older one person is than another. For example, if someone is ten years your senior, they are ten years older than you. She became involved with a married man many years her senior. junior
seniority
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