succession

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Englisch - Türkisch
birbirini izleme

Bu fantezi kitap gösterişli çok güzel büyülerin bir birbirini izlemesidir ve onun yerine bu onu sıkıcı yapar. - This fantasy book is a succession of really flashy magical spells and that makes it boring instead.

{i} üst üste olma
of (birbirini takip eden) bir sürü (kimse); (birbirini takip eden) bir dizi (şey): This place has had a succession of owners. Bu yerin
{i} 1. of (birbirini takip eden) bir sürü (kimse); (birbirini takip eden) bir dizi (şey): This place has had a succession of owners. Bu yerin
(Ticaret) halef olma
halefiyet
(Dilbilim) ardışıklık
halef olma hakkı
halefler
sua
ardıllık
sıra
dizi
yerine geçme
yerini alma
ardışıklık, ardardalık
{i} ardışık olma
birbiri arkasından gelen şeyler
halef olma/sıra
yerine geçme hakkı döl döş
(Kanun) miras
birbirini takip etme
zincir
teselsül
peşe
vekâlet
intikal
(Hukuk) haleflik
silsile
veraset
success
başarı

Manchester United, hem Premier League'de hem de İngiltere'de en başarılı takımlardan biridir. - Manchester United is one of the most successful teams in both the Premier League and England.

Bazı insanlar başarıyı çok para kazanma olarak tanımlarlar. - Some people identify success with having much money.

succession tax
(Ticaret) veraset vergisi
succession rights
tevarüs hakları
succession duty
veraset ve intikal vergisi
succession by absentee
(Kanun) gaibin mirası
succession duties
(fiil)raset ve intikal vergisi
succession duties
veraset ve intikal vergisi
succession duty
(Kanun) miras vergisi
succession management
haleflik yönetimi
succession management
yedekleme yönetimi
success
başarım
success
{i} sonuç

Kendi kendine şöyle dedi: Bu operasyon başarıyla sonuçlanacak mı? - He said to himself, Will this operation result in success?

Çabalarının başarıyla sonuçlanacağından eminim. - I'm sure your efforts will result in success.

success
başarı yakalamak
success
{i} başarılı kimse
success
{i} başarma, başarı
success
{i} başarılı olan kimse
success
muvaffakıyet
success
ergi
success
başarılmış iş
complete succession
(Kanun) külli halefiyet
in rapid succession
süratle
in succession
ardı ardına
in succession
peş peşe
inheritance and succession
veraset ve intikal
success
(Bilgisayar) başarılı

Kaçış denemesi başarılıydı. - His escape attempt was successful.

Okul festivalini başarılı yapmak için birbirlerine yardımcı oldular. - They helped one another to make the school festival a success.

success
{i} sükse
in succession
sıra ile
law of succession
miras hukuku
success
başarılı kimse/şey
ecological succession
Ekolojik ardıllık
success
başarıları
success
başarıya

Sosyalist tarım büyük başarıya ulaştı. - The socialist agriculture achieved great success.

Senin nasihatın beni başarıya götürdü. - Your advice led me to success.

success
muvaffakiyet
succession to
birbiri ardınca olmak
testate succession
Mülkün vasiyet ile varislere geçişi
apostolic succession
apostollerin bırbiri ardına gelmesi
cease date of succession
(Kanun) teselsülün kesilme tarihi
come in succession
ardışmak
for three years in succession
üst üste üç sene
hereditary succession
(Kanun) irsen intikal
hereditary succession
(Kanun) usulen tevarüs etme
in continuous succession
müteselsil
in succession
peşpeşe
in succession
birbiri ardından
in succession
art arda
opening of succession
(Kanun) miras şirketinin açılması
order of succession
intikal sırası
universal succession
(Ticaret) külli intikal
vacant succession
(Kanun) varisleri belli olmayan miras
Englisch - Englisch
A group of rocks or strata that succeed one another in chronological order
An act of following in sequence
A sequence of things arranged in order
A passing of royal powers
{n} a series, order, rightful inheriting
(Ecology) The gradual and orderly process of ecosystem development brought about by changes in community composition and the production of a climax characteristic of a particular geographic region
A predictable natural pattern of changing conditions and species over time
(ecology) the gradual and orderly process of change in an ecosystem brought about by the progressive replacement of one community by another until a stable climax is established
acquisition of property by descent or by will
The act of succeeding, or following after; a following of things in order of time or place, or a series of things so following; sequence; as, a succession of good crops; a succession of disasters
The act of following in sequence
This is the process by which one community of plants and animals is gradually replaced by another It is reasonably directional and hence to a certain extent, predictable (e g bare ground > pioneer weed species > grassland >scrub > woodland) Succession occurs because the original community modifies the physical environment in some way, making it more favourable for a different set of species The first stage in a succession is termed the pioneer stage Succession will then proceed through various other stages (seres), until a climax (or final) stage) is reached The climax community is in equilibrium with the physical environment and succession proceeds no further The length of each stage in a succession and its direction (i e the final climax community), will depend on local environmental conditions
the action of following in order; "he played the trumps in sequence"
the orderly, gradual, and continuous replacement of one plant or animal community by another
acquisition of property by descent or by will the action of following in order; "he played the trumps in sequence" a group of people or things arranged or following in order; "a succession of stalls offering soft drinks"; "a succession of failures" (ecology) the gradual and orderly process of change in an ecosystem brought about by the progressive replacement of one community by another until a stable climax is established
Process in which communities of plant and animal species in a particular area are replaced over time by a series of different and usually more complex communities There are two types of succession: primary and secondary Primary succession occurs in a bare area that has never been occupied by a community of organisms (for example, on a newly-cooled lava flow, or newly-risen oceanic island), and secondary succession occurs in an area in which natural vegetation has been removed or destroyed but the soil has not been destroyed (for example, after forest logging) Scientists at the HBEF have conducted a great deal of research focusing on secondary succession after different logging practices
A term that may refer to either plants or animals, succession is a progressive series of changes in the plant and animal life of a community from initial colonization to the establishment of a climax or final stage in which the plant or animal attains equilibrium with the environment
A succession of things of the same kind is a number of them that exist or happen one after the other. Adams took a succession of jobs which have stood him in good stead Scoring three goals in quick succession, he made it 10-8
The natural replacement, in time, of one plant community with another Conditions of the prior plant community (or successional stage) create conditions that are favorable for the establishment of the next stage
The gradual, predictable replacement of one community by another The community itself creates the conditions that lead to its replacement by another community Succession ends with the climax community
a following of one thing after another in time; "the doctor saw a sequence of patients"
The replacement of one plant community by another until ecological stability is achieved
The sequence and process of changes in plant communities over time Species, structure and communities evolve into a stable system For example, the prairie grasslands may be invaded by young ash trees; then an ash forest forms; then Douglas fir trees invade the ash forest; eventually, the ash forest becomes a fir forest, which maintains itself over time
Succession involves the changes that occur in communities over time Specifically, the presence of specific species may provide an environment that is conducive to the influx of other species In the southern United States, pine trees, due to the local environment they provide, are normally considered the precursors to hardwood trees Note that, while succession is a considered a valid model for predicting change in an ecosystem, many factors (human intervention and weather related events, for example) can interrupt the successional cycle
A series of persons or things according to some established rule of precedence; as, a succession of kings, or of bishops; a succession of events in chronology
1) Change in vegetation (tree species) over time Often following a disturbance 2)Natural replacement of one plant community by another over time (1)
An order or series of descendants; lineage; race; descent
The passing of royal powers
The process by which one community gives way to another
held ny another; also, the entrance into the office, station, or rank of a predecessor; specifically, the succeeding, or right of succeeding, to a throne
The natural sequence of plant community replacement beginning with bare ground and resulting in a final, stable community in which a climax forest is reached Foresters, wildlife biologists, and farmers constantly battle ecological succession to try to maintain a particular vegetative cover
- The things that follow each other in sequence For an ecosystem, it is the unidirectional change created as competing organisms and (especially) the plants respond to and modify the environment For example, an open field would have a development from weeds to grass to forest community, in that order
A term used to describe transfers of asset ownership through inheritance, gifting, preferential sale, or other means that fulfill the wishes of the person(s) with present ownership of the assets
The power or right of succeeding to the station or title of a father or other predecessor; the right to enter upon the office, rank, position, etc
The right to enter upon the possession of the property of an ancestor, or one near of kin, or one preceding in an established order
The conveyance of property to the heirs of a deceased person under the laws governing intestate distribution of assets
{i} progression, sequence, series; order in which one person takes the place of another; process through which an individual takes on the position or property of another
The process of replacing one plant community with another over time (that is, alder to Douglas-fir to Western hemlock)
The gradual replacement of one plant community by another leading ultimately to an equilibrium state
a group of people or things arranged or following in order; "a succession of stalls offering soft drinks"; "a succession of failures"
The person succeeding to rank or office; a successor or heir
The natural replacement, in time of one plant community with another Conditions of the prior plant community (or successional stage) create conditions that are favorable for the establishment of the next stage
The replacement of one plant community by another in progressive development toward climax vegetation
the gradual supplanting of one community of plants by another, the sequence of communities being termed a sere and each stage seral
Replacement of populations in a habitat through a regular progression to a climax (mature) community; brought about by organisms that change the environment
the process of vegetational development whereby an area becomes successively occupied by different plant communities of higher ecological order (Range Term Glossary Committee 1974)
acquisition of property by descent or by will the action of following in order; "he played the trumps in sequence"
The gradual replacement of one plant community by another
Succession is the fact or right of being the next person to have an important job or position. She is now seventh in line of succession to the throne. Apostolic succession Austrian Succession War of the Bavarian Succession War of the faunal succession law of intestate succession Polish Succession War of the Spanish Succession War of the
Process of stand development over time involving tree maturation and death and changes in species composition The predictable patterns of change, which are unique for each stand type, are referred to as successional trajectories or paths
successary
succession law
law which regulated wills and inheritance
succession proceedings
legal steps for the purpose of dividing an inheritance
line of succession
An ordered sequence of named people who would succeed to a particular office upon the death, resignation or removal of the current occupant; constructed using the rules of an established order of succession
order of succession
A formula or algorithm that determines who inherits an office upon the death, resignation, or removal of its current occupant
success
One who, or that which, achieves assumed goals

The new range of toys has been a resounding success.

success
financial profitability
success
The achievement of one's aim or goal

His third attempt to pass the entrance exam was a success.

success
a favorable or prosperous course or termination of anything attempted
success
{n} prosperity, fortune, luck, event
Ecological succession
Ecological succession, is the phenomenon or process by which a community progressively transforms itself until a stable community is formed
primary succession
(Çevre) Primary succession is one of two types of biological and ecological succession of plant life, occurring in an environment in which new substrate devoid of vegetation and usually lacking soil, such as a lava flow or area left from retreated glacier, is deposited. In other words, it is the gradual growth of an ecosystem over a longer period
secondary succession
(Çevre) Secondary succession is one of the two types of ecological succession of plant life. As opposed to the first, primary succession, secondary succession is a process started by an event (e.g. forest fire, harvesting, hurricane) that reduces an already established ecosystem (e.g. a forest or a wheat field) to a smaller population of species, and as such secondary succession occurs on preexisting soil whereas primary succession usually occurs in a place lacking soil
Apostolic succession
In Christianity, the doctrine that bishops represent an uninterrupted line of descent from the Apostles of Jesus. This succession gives bishops special powers, including the right to confirm church members, ordain priests, consecrate bishops, and rule over the clergy and church members of a diocese. Clement, bishop of Rome, stated the doctrine as early as AD 95, and it is accepted by Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Old Catholic, and several other churches. Some Protestant churches maintain that succession is spiritual and doctrinal rather than ritual and historical
Success
avail
War of the Austrian Succession
(1740-48) Group of related wars that took place after the death (1740) of Emperor Charles VI. At issue was the right of Charles's daughter Maria Theresa to inherit the Habsburg lands. The war began when Frederick II of Prussia invaded Silesia in 1740. His victory suggested that the Habsburg dominions were incapable of defending themselves, prompting other countries to enter the fray. The conflict was ended by the Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle
War of the Bavarian Succession
(1778-79) Conflict in which Frederick II of Prussia prevented Joseph II of Austria from acquiring Bavaria. After the death of the Bavarian elector Maximilian Joseph (1727-77), his successor, Charles Theodore (1724-99), ceded Lower Bavaria to Austria. Frederick II responded by declaring war (1778). There was little fighting because each force was concerned with cutting its opponent's communications and denying it supplies. Short on supplies, soldiers foraged for potatoes; hence, the conflict was nicknamed the "potato war." In 1779 Austria and Prussia signed a treaty giving Austria a fraction of the territory originally occupied
War of the Polish Succession
(1733-38) European conflict waged ostensibly to determine the successor to Augustus II. Austria and Russia supported his son Augustus III, while most Poles, France, and Spain supported Stanisaw I, a former Polish king (1704-09) and father-in-law of France's Louis XV. Stanisaw was elected king in 1733, but a Russian threat forced him to flee, and Augustus was elected in his place. France, with Sardinia and Spain, declared war on Austria (1733), seeking to reclaim territory in Italy held by Austria. An inconclusive campaign ended in the preliminary Peace of Vienna (1735), which redistributed the disputed Italian territory and recognized Augustus as king. A final treaty was signed in 1738
War of the Spanish Succession
(1701-14) Conflict arising from the disputed succession to the throne of Spain after the death of the childless Charles II. The Habsburg Charles had named the Bourbon Philip, duke d'Anjou, as his successor; when Philip took the Spanish throne as Philip V, his grandfather Louis XIV invaded the Spanish Netherlands. The former anti-French alliance from the War of the Grand Alliance was revived in 1701 by Britain, the Dutch Republic, and the Holy Roman emperor, who had been promised parts of the Spanish empire by earlier treaties of partition (1698, 1699). The English forces, led by the duke of Marlborough, won a series of victories over France (1704-09), including the Battle of Blenheim, which forced the French out of the Low Countries and Italy. The imperial general, Eugene of Savoy, also won notable victories. In 1711 conflicts within the alliance led to its collapse, and peace negotiations began in 1712. The war concluded with the Peace of Utrecht (1713), which marked the rise of the power of Britain at the expense of both France and Spain, and the Treaties of Rastatt and Baden (1714)
in succession
in order, in progression, sequentially, continuously
intestate succession
Statutory method for distributing the property of those who die without a will (intestate)
intestate succession
The distribution of property to heirs according to the statutes of the State of Nebraska upon the death of a person who owned the property but did not leave a valid will
intestate succession
The process by which the property of a person who has died without a will passes on to others according to the state's descent and distribution statutes If someone dies without a will, and the court uses the state's intestate succession laws, an heir who receives some of the deceased's property is an intestate heir
intestate succession
Distribution of property after death according to statute rather than according to wishes expressed in decedent's will
intestate succession
Inheriting property when the deceased had no will or a defective will
intestate succession
A succession of property when the deceased has left no will, or when the will has been revoked
intestate succession
Distribution of property according to state laws of descent upon the death of an individual who has not left a valid will
intestate succession
The distribution of property to heirs according to the statutes of the state of residency upon the death of a person who owned the property but did not leave a valid will
intestate succession
In the law of inheritance, transmission of property or property interests of a decedent as provided by statute, as distinguished from transfer according to the decedent's will. Modern laws of intestacy, though they vary widely, share the common principle that the estate should devolve upon persons standing in some kinship relation with the decedent; modern practice tends to favour the rights of the surviving spouse
law of faunal succession
Observation that taxonomic groups of animals follow each other in time in a predictable manner. Sequences of successive strata and their corresponding fauna have been matched to form a composite picture detailing the history of the Earth, especially from the beginning of the Cambrian Period. Faunal succession is the fundamental tool of stratigraphy and is the basis for the geologic time scale. Floral (plant) succession is also an important tool. Climate and conditions throughout the Earth's history can be studied using the successive groups because living organisms reflect their environment
law of succession
rule of inheritance, rule which determines who succeeds to a certain position (usually after a death)
laws of succession
laws of inheritance, laws that set rules and regulations for inheritance
line of succession
the order in which individuals are expected to succeed one another in some official position
success
Success is the achievement of something that you have been trying to do. It's important for the long-term success of any diet that you vary your meals. the success of European business in building a stronger partnership between management and workers. failure
success
Amazonite, Chrysoprase, Marble
success
Favorable result that is assessed in terms of effectiveness, impact, sustainability, and contribution to capacity development
success
an attainment that is successful; "his success in the marathon was unexpected"; "his new play was a great success" an event that accomplishes its intended purpose; "let's call heads a success and tails a failure"; "the election was a remarkable success for Republicans" a state of prosperity or fame; "he is enjoying great success"; "he does not consider wealth synonymous with success
success
The favorable or prosperous termination of anything attempted; the attainment of a proposed object; prosperous issue
success
Success is the achievement of a high position in a particular field, for example in business or politics. Nearly all of the young people interviewed believed that work was the key to success. failure
success
the achievement of ones aim or goal
success
Accomplishment of wetland restoration, enhancement, creation, or preservation in accordance with bank objectives, design specifications, or success criteria [top]
success
a state of prosperity or fame; "he is enjoying great success"; "he does not consider wealth synonymous with success
success
a set of grades based on an arbitrary criteria of comparative success of entire group in achieving passing marks on a given set of tests success an agreement between mentor and learner that the goal of a chosen task, as defined and understood by both, has been achieved to a standard of proficiency appropriate for the task
success
{i} attainment of something desired or attempted, accomplishment; prosperity, fame; person or thing that is successful
success
Financial success goes with the operating statement or operating results It is measured by whether the government was able to raise enough money during a given period to cover its outlays In government success is affected by annual and cash nature of the accounting rules Inflows of money can include borrowing; outflow include only those due and payable, not those promised but not payable this period
success
The success of something is the fact that it works in a satisfactory way or has the result that is intended. Most of the cast was amazed by the play's success failure
success
a person with a record of successes; "his son would never be the achiever that his father was"; "only winners need apply"; "if you want to be a success you have to dress like a success"
success
That which comes after; hence, consequence, issue, or result, of an endeavor or undertaking, whether good or bad; the outcome of effort
success
Someone or something that is a success achieves a high position, makes a lot of money, or is admired a great deal. We hope it will be a commercial success. failure
success
Losing 60-80% of excess weight during the first 12 to 18 months and then maintaining that loss
success
an attainment that is successful; "his success in the marathon was unexpected"; "his new play was a great success"
success
a state of prosperity or fame; "he is enjoying great success"; "he does not consider wealth synonymous with success"
success
Act of succeeding; succession
success
a person who achieves his or her goals
success
an event that accomplishes its intended purpose; "let's call heads a success and tails a failure"; "the election was a remarkable success for Republicans"
success
That which meets with, or one who accomplishes, favorable results, as a play or a player
success
VARCHAR2(10) Mode for WHENEVER SUCCESSFUL system auditing
successional
Of or pertaining to a succession; existing in a regular order; consecutive
successional
{s} of or pertaining to a succession; continuous, following one after another, sequential
successions
plural of succession
war of the austrian succession
Prussian and Austria fought over Silesia and most of the rest of Europe took sides; 1740-1748
war of the spanish succession
a general war in Europe (1701-1714) that broke out when Louis XIV installed his grandson on the throne of Spain; England and Holland hoped to limit Louis' power
succession

    Silbentrennung

    suc·ces·sion

    Türkische aussprache

    sıkseşın

    Aussprache

    /səkˈsesʜən/ /səkˈsɛʃən/

    Etymologie

    [ s&k-'se-sh&n ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French or Latin; Middle French, from Latin succession-, successio, from succedere.

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