listen to the pronunciation of substantive
Englisch - Türkisch
{s} varlık belirten
{s} sabit
{s} asli
{i} isim
{s} isim olarak kullanılan
(boya) direkt
(Politika, Siyaset) geçici olmayan
{i} isim şeklinde olma
mevcudiyet ifade eden
{i} ad
i., dilb. isim
varlık belirten/bağımsız
{s} dayanıklı
{s} sağlam
{s} katı

Madde katı, sıvı veya gaz olarak bulunabilir. - Matter can exist as a solid, liquid, or gas.

Su sıvıdır. Donduğu zaman, katılaşır. - Water is liquid. When it freezes, it becomes solid.

{s} sağlam

Bu evin sağlam bir temeli vardır. - This house has a solid foundation.

Bu yatak sağlam gözüküyor. - This bed looks solid.

substantive test
bağımsız test
substantive verb
ek-fiil, taki-fiili
substantive crime
(Kanun) asli ceza
substantive dyestuff
direkt boyarmadde
substantive dyestuff
substantif boyarmadde
substantive examination
(Politika, Siyaset) içerik incelemesi
substantive law
(Kanun) esasa müteallik hukuk
substantive noun
(Dilbilim) asal ad
substantive right
(Kanun) temel hak
substantive rights
(Ticaret) asli haklar
substantive universal
(Dilbilim) asıl tümel
substantive verb
(Dilbilim) ekeylem
{s} katı, sıvı olmayan
{s} tam, kesintisiz, aralıksız, fasılasız. 4
{s} mükemmel

Amerikan ekonomisi mükemmel durumdadır. - The American economy is in solid shape.


Kıralın tahtı som altından yapılmıştı. - The king's throne was made out of solid gold.

Bu heykel som altından yapılmış. - This statue is made of solid gold.

içinde boşluk olmayan
katı yiyecek

Bugün, bir hafta içinde ilk kez, Tom katı yiyecek yiyebildi. - Today, for the first time in a week, Tom was able to eat solid food.

maddi olmayan
{s} bütün
{s} metin
(isim) katı cisim, üç boyutlu cisim, üç boyutluluk
{s} türdeş
solid food katı yiyecek
katı madde
{s} kübik
{s} koyu

Peynir, inek, keçi, koyun, ve diğer memelilerin sütlerinden yapılan bir katı gıdadır. - Cheese is a solid food made from the milk of cows, goats, sheep, and other mammals.

varlık belirterek
Englisch - Englisch
Having substance and prompting thought
Applying to essential legal principles and rules of right; as, "substantive law"
Of a dye that does not need the use of a mordant to be made fast to that which is being dyed
A word that names or refers to a person, place, thing, or idea. Nouns and personal pronouns are always substantives by nature
Of the essence or essential element of a thing; as, "substantive information"
{n} a noun betokening a thin
{a} betokening existence, real, solid
Presents in-depth coverage of a subject Telnet An Internet protocol that permits the user to connect to a remote computer Thread A cluster of messages on the same topic in a newsgroup or on a bulletin board Truncation In a keyword search, a word root followed by a truncation symbol that will retrieve variant word endings For example: "educat*" will retrieve "educator", "educators", "education" and "educational" all at the same time Truncation symbol (see also "Wildcard") A truncation symbol may be a question mark (?), an asterisk (*), a dollar sign ($), or the pound sign (#) To determine which symbol is the one required the database you are using, check the help screen Toolbar A horizontal row of icons that stand for browser commands such as "back" or "bookmark"
word denoting a thing or an idea
A noun or name; the part of speech which designates something that exists, or some object of thought, either material or immaterial; as, the words man, horse, city, goodness, excellence, are substantives
{s} existing independently; real, tangible; substantial; of or pertaining to the essence of something; functioning as a noun (Grammar); expressing existence (Grammar)
Substantive negotiations or issues deal with the most important and central aspects of a subject. They plan to meet again in Rome very soon to begin substantive negotiations. dealing with things that are important or real substantive matters/issues (substantif, from substantivus, from substantia; SUBSTANCE). a noun
To substantivize
noun; broadly, a word or word group functioning syntactically as a noun e g noun, pronoun, noun phrases, -ing forms, to-infinitives, etc In the sentence: His concern was for the poor, concern and poor are substantives
being the essence or essential element of a thing; "substantial equivalents"; "substantive information"
{i} (Grammar) noun; word or phrase functioning as a noun
Enduring; solid; firm; substantial
Depending on itself; independent
Betokening or expressing existence; as, the substantive verb, that is, the verb to be
a noun or a pronoun that is used in place of a noun applying to essential legal principles and rules of right; "substantive law
having substance and prompting thought; "a meaty discussion"
real, actual, essential
1 Reality as seen by an unbiased observer and not just the official view of the management
applying to essential legal principles and rules of right; "substantive law"
a noun or a pronoun that is used in place of a noun
Pertaining to, or constituting, the essential part or principles; as, the law substantive
A word that names or refers to a person, place, thing, or idea. Nouns, pronouns, adjectives, present participles, determiners, and numerals may all function as substantives in English and many other languages
Having baring on fundamental rights and merits as apposed to procedural aspects of case
substantive adjective
An adjective used alone in the absence of the noun that it modifies
substantive adjectives
plural form of substantive adjective
substantive case
A case of second objects, being a derivation of the comparative case but intended for larger, more substantial objects, and used to join or combine one thing with another. It corresponds roughly to a variation of the accusative case: I understood him (him in the substantive case rather than the accusative, since no action is performed on the object). Languages that use the substantive case include Chechen and Ingush
substantive cases
plural form of substantive case
substantive law
The statutory or written law that governs rights and obligations of those who are subject to it
substantive test
Substantive Test - An audit procedure designed to test for dollar errors affecting the correctness of account balances. This can include tests of transactions (e.g. selecting a representative sample of transactions and checking for monetary errors), direct tests of account balances (e.g. a confirmation of accounts receivable balances or physical examination of inventory) and analytical review procedures (evaluations of overall reasonableness of transactions and balances)
substantive law
The law defining rights to the use of water (Rice (1991))
substantive law
The law dealing with rights, duties and liabilities, as contrasted with procedural law, which governs the technical aspects of enforcing civil or criminal laws
substantive law
The category of law addressing the rights and duties that each person has in society
substantive law
The law dealing with rights, duties and liabilities as distinguished from adjective law, which is the law regulating procedure
substantive law
The law defining rights to the use of water (Rice/White, 1991)
substantive law
central fundamentals of law, basic of the primary legislation
substantive law
That law which establishes rights and obligations, as distinguished from procedural law, which is concerned with rules for establishing their judicial enforcement An easier way of looking at this is that "substantive law" is what you sue someone for or over, and procedural law is the "nuts and bolts" of how you would bring that suit
substantive law
the law dealing with the rights, duties and liabilities, as distinguished from law regarding procedure
substantive right
A basic right, such as life or liberty, seen as constituting part of the order of society and considered independent of and not subordinate to the body of human law
In a substantive manner, or to a substantive extent
Substantial; firm
As a substantive, name, or noun; as, an adjective may be used substantively
in a substantive manner; as a substantive, as a noun (Grammar)
In a substantive manner; in substance; essentially
plural of substantive