trafficker

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Englisch - Türkisch
kaçakçı

O, bazı uyuşturucu kaçakçıları için para aklıyordu. - She laundered money for some drug traffickers.

{i} satıcı (uyuşturucu vb.)
karanlık işlerle uğraşan kimse
tacir
(isim) kaçakçı, satıcı (uyuşturucu vb.)
traffic
{i} gidiş geliş
traffic
trafik

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

Trafik kurallarına riayet etmelisin. - You should obey the traffic rules.

trafficker, dealer, barterer
kaçakçı, satıcı, barterer
trafficker, huckster
kaçakçı, madrabaz
trafficker, trader
kaçakçı, tüccar
traffic
traffic circle gidişgelişin tek yönde olduğu daire şeklindeki kavşak
traffic
{i} alışveriş
traffic
{f} karanlık işler yapmak
traffic
{f} değiş tokuş etmek
traffic
{f} iş yapmak
drug trafficker
uyuşturucu satıcısı
traffic
ticareti yapmak
traffic
(Bilgisayar) akış

Trafik akışında bir kesinti yoktu. - There was no gap in the stream of traffic.

Genişleyen kaldırımlar trafiğin akışını yavaşlatıyor. - Curb extensions force traffic to slow down.

traffic
kaçakçılık
traffic
(Ticaret) yük trafiği
traffic
işlem
traffic
ticaret

Karıncayiyenlerin dünyada en çok ticareti yapılan memeli olduğu söyleniyor. - Pangolins are said to be the world's most trafficked mammal.

traffic
alım-satım
traffic
trafikli
traffic
trafikte
traffic
altgeçit
traffic
yük miktarı
traffic
{i} trafik: The traffic's heavy right now. Şu an trafik yoğun
traffic
{f} in
traffic
(Askeri) TRAFİK: Araç, uçak ve şahısların bir yerden başka bir yere gidiş gelişleri
traffic

İş çıkışındaki yoğun trafiğe yakalanmak korkunçtur. - It's horrible to get caught in rush hour traffic.

İşçinin öğle on ikide gelmesi bekleniyordu fakat birkaç saattir bir trafik sıkışıklığında sıkıştı. - The handyman was supposed to arrive at twelve noon, but got stuck in a traffic jam for a few hours.

traffic
{f} yolculuk etmek
traffic
(Hukuk) alış veriş
traffic
drug traffic uyuşturucu madde ticareti
traffic
{i} ticaret: narcotics traffic uyuşturucu ticareti
traffic
gidişgeliş
Englisch - Englisch
Someone who traffics; a trader or merchant
{n} one who trades, a trader, a dealer
someone who promotes or exchanges goods or services for money
One who traffics, or carries on commerce; a trader; a merchant
A trafficker in particular goods, especially drugs, is a person who illegally buys or sells these goods. They have been arrested as suspected drug traffickers. someone who buys and sells illegal goods, especially drugs
{i} seller, one who deals or trades (especially illegal drugs)
traffic
Pedestrians or vehicles on roads, or the flux or passage thereof

Traffic is slow at rush hour.

traffic
Commercial transportation or exchange of goods, or the movement of passengers or people

It's units of study are regions or oceans, long-distance trades , the traffic of cults and beliefs between cultures and continents.

traffic
To pass goods and commodities from one person to another for an equivalent in goods or money; to buy or sell goods; to barter; to trade
traffic
Exchange or flux of information, messages or data, as in a computer or telephone network
drug trafficker
{i} one who deals or trades illegal drugs, pusher
traffic
The number of visitors to a Web page or Website Refers to the number of visitors, hits, page accesses, etc , over a given time period As a general term, it describes data traveling around the Internet
traffic
buying and selling; especially illicit trade the amount of activity over a communication system during a given period of time; "heavy traffic overloaded the trunk lines"; "traffic on the internet is lightest during the night"
traffic
The number of visits to an Internet site, as in "Our traffic increased by 100,000 visitors last week "
traffic
A reference to the number of visitors a web site receives
traffic
The business done upon a railway, steamboat line, etc
traffic
Refers to the number of visitors a website gets
traffic
the aggregation of things (pedestrians or vehicles) coming and going in a particular locality during a specified period of time trade or deal a commodity; "They trafficked with us for gold"
traffic
trade or deal a commodity; "They trafficked with us for gold"
traffic
deal illegally; "traffic drugs
traffic
(broadcast usage) 1 The coordinated sequential appearance of program and interstitial (filler) material comprising a broadcast day 2 The department in a communications organization which prepares each broadcast day's operations schedule
traffic
The calls being sent and received over a communications network Also, the packets that are sent on a data network
traffic
Traffic refers to the number of visitors a site receives Since that's a number that can be tracked in many different ways, site marketers usually choose to put their best stat forward, be it pageviews, visitors, impressions, or hits
traffic
{i} movement of vehicles or persons; trade, commerce; load of messages in a communications network (Computers)
traffic
with reference to the number of passengers or the amount of freight carried
traffic
The amount of data to pass though a specific location or transport
traffic
vehicles using public roads transhumance seasonal movement by pastoral farmers of their livestock between areas of different climate transition zone in a city, the area surrounding the central business district, characterized by ageing industry, derelict land, and low-cost housing; it is the edge of the inner city transmigration relocation of large numbers of people away from overpopulated core regions (see l^core and periphery) to less crowded areas transpiration in plants, the process by which water is given off as vapour from leaves tremor minor earthquake tributary river a small stream/river that joins a larger river
traffic
Activity on a network or an individual circuit
traffic
buying and selling; especially illicit trade
traffic
A term used to describe the amount of data transferred and the number of visits made to a web site in a given period The (expected) level of traffic is what determines which infrastructure you require for your web store It is also what determines how much you have to pay to your ISP
traffic
The visitors to a web page or web site Also refers to the number of visitors, hits, accesses etc over a given period
traffic
Traffic refers to all the vehicles that are moving along the roads in a particular area. There was heavy traffic on the roads the problems of city life, such as traffic congestion. see also traffic jam
traffic
The volume of visitors to a website Traffic is the currency of online success, but is not the only factor Massive, low grade traffic to a website with poor content will inevitably result in failure To an ad network Traffic Management is the ongoing effort to balance Publisher inventory with booked campaigns
traffic
Illegal trade or exchange of goods, often drugs
traffic
Commerce, either by barter or by buying and selling; interchange of goods and commodities; trade
traffic
The number and type of people who come to a site
traffic
Traffic refers to the number of visitors a site receives
traffic
The number of visitors that come to a web site over a given period of time
traffic
An access or hit indicates that a file (graphic, sound, video or text) has been requested from the server Traffic is the volume of accesses / hits that a Web site generates
traffic
the amount of activity over a communication system during a given period of time; "heavy traffic overloaded the trunk lines"; "traffic on the internet is lightest during the night"
traffic
The number of visits and/or visitors who come to a website
traffic
To trade meanly or mercenarily; to bargain
traffic
Commodities of the market
traffic
A measure of the quantity of data transferred from one computer to another computer per unit of time Traffic is normally measured in megabytes (MB) For billing purposes, traffic is normally quotes in MB per month Traffic is one of the variables by which most Web hosting companies charge their customers
traffic
The messages or calls that flow through the circuits or equipment on a communications network The four Switched Access capacity traffic types are originating, terminating, voice data and SwitchNet 56
traffic
the aggregation of things (pedestrians or vehicles) coming and going in a particular locality during a specified period of time
traffic
Someone who traffics in something such as drugs or stolen goods buys and sells them even though it is illegal to do so. The president said illegal drugs are hurting the entire world and anyone who traffics in them should be brought to justice. + trafficking traf·fick·ing He was sentenced to ten years in prison on charges of drug trafficking. trafficked trafficking traffic in to buy and sell illegal goods
traffic
Traffic in something such as drugs or stolen goods is an illegal trade in them. Traffic in illicit drugs was now worth some 500 thousand million dollars a year
traffic
To exchange in traffic; to effect by a bargain or for a consideration
traffic
1 The flow of messages in a communications system or link 2 The size of that flow, usually measured either as an average or peak data rate or as the amount of data moved over a specified time For example, "The traffic on our Net server has hit 200 megabytes per hour "
traffic
Traffic is the flow of messages through a communication system
traffic
Traffic is the amount of information being sent over the Internet Generally, traffic increases when there are more people connected to the Internet The Internet Traffic Report site measures and reports on the flow of Internet traffic around the world
traffic
social or verbal interchange (usually followed by `with')
traffic
deal illegally; "traffic drugs"
traffic
This term is used to describe how many people visit your Web page It can be measured in many different ways, such as hits and impressions, by many different software packages
traffic
{f} deal in, sell (especially illegal drugs)
traffic
Traffic refers to the movement of ships, trains, or aircraft between one place and another. Traffic also refers to the people and goods that are being transported. Air traffic had returned to normal The railways will carry a far higher proportion of freight traffic see also air traffic control
traffickers
plural of trafficker
trafficker
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