supernumerary

listen to the pronunciation of supernumerary
Englisch - Türkisch
fazla
arta kalan
ekstra
(Tıp) Lüzumundan (normalden) fazla
{i} figüran
gerekli sayıdan fazla olan kimse
figüran/fazlalık
{i} fazlalık
önemsiz rollere çıkan oyuncu
lüzumundan fazla
(Askeri) İHTİYAÇ FAZLASI PERSONEL: Belirli bir görev için tayin edilen veya lüzumlu olan personelden fazla personel. Bu personel, icabında, değiştirme personeli olarak görev almak üzere, yedekte bulundurulur
küçük rolü olan/fazla
zait
{i} ihtiyaç fazlası işçi
supernumerary civilian personnel
(Askeri) İHTİYAÇ FAZLASI SİVİL PERSONEL: Daha önce uluslararası sivil bir kadroya atanmış, ancak NATO sivil personel yönetmeliğinin 45.65 maddesine raporla sayılan ve NATO statüsünü muhafaza eden uluslararası personel
superfluous
{s} bol bol
superfluous
{s} fazla
superfluous
lüzumsuz
superfluous
kalabalık etmek
superfluous
gereksiz

Tüm yorumlar gereksizdir. - All the comments are superfluous.

Onlar bunun gereksiz olduğunu düşünüyor. - They think it's superfluous.

superfluous
bolfazla
Englisch - Englisch
Greater in number than
An extra or walk-on in a film or play; spear-carrier
Beyond what is necessary
Extra; beyond the standard or prescribed amount

Over close-ups of little faces with hare lips, little trunks with stumps instead of legs and arms, little hands with clusters of supernumerary fingers, little bodies adorned with a double row of nipples, we hear the voice of the Narrator.

A civil designation for somebody who works in a group, association or public office, without forming part of the regular staff; those distinguished from numerary. (For example, supernumerary judges are those who help the regular judges when there is a surplus amount of work.)
superfluous
{a} being above the stated number
more than is needed, desired, or required; "trying to lose excess weight"; "found some extra change lying on the dresser"; "yet another book on heraldry might be thought redundant"; "skills made redundant by technological advance"; "sleeping in the spare room"; "supernumerary ornamentation"; "it was supererogatory of her to gloat"; "delete superfluous (or unnecessary) words"; "extra ribs as well as other supernumerary internal parts"; "surplus cheese distributed to the needy"
{i} extra person or thing; extra worker, one who is not a regular staff member but acts as an assistant or substitute when needed; extra, actor who has no spoken lines
A person or thing beyond what is necessary or usual; especially, a person employed not for regular service, but only to fill the place of another in case of need; specifically, in theaters, a person who is not a regular actor, but is employed to appear in a stage spectacle
a minor actor in crowd scenes
Exceeding the number stated or prescribed; as, a supernumerary officer in a regiment
Exceeding a necessary, usual, or required number or quality; superfluous; as, supernumerary addresses; supernumerary expense
A person carried on board but is not signed on as crew
An actor with a non-speaking role, employed, for example, to swell a crowd scene Also Extra
An extra tooth
a performer who appears in a non-singing role
A person or thing beyond the number stated
{s} extra, additional, being more than the usual amount; superfluous, being more than what is needed or required
{i} supe
supernumeraries
plural of supernumerary
supernumerary

    Silbentrennung

    su·per·nu·me·ra·ry

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ "sü-p&r-'nü-m&am ] (adjective.) 1605. From the Late Latin supernumerarius (“excessively high in number”), from super (“above; beyond”) + numerum, accusative of numerus (“number”).

    Wort des Tages

    lee
Favoriten