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Englisch - Türkisch
(Askeri) mevzii mütareke
ateşkes antlaşması

Ateşkes uzun sürmedi. - The truce did not last long.

Ateşkes Ukrayna'da açılan ateş sonucu bozuldu. - The truce was broken by gunfire in the Ukraine.

{i} mütareke
(Askeri) MEVZİİ MÜTAREKE: Teslim şartlarının müzakeresi gibi özel bir maksatla savaşı geçici olarak durdurmak için, iki taraf arasında varılan anlaşma. Bir mevzii mütareke, genel olarak, mahallidir. Milletlerarası mütarekeye (armistice) denir
mütareke anlaşma
{i} ara
truce flag
(Askeri) mütareke bayrağı
declare a truce
mütareke ilan etmek
banner of truce
Beyaz bayrak
banner of truce
Müzakere Bayrağı, ateşkes bayrağı
keep truce
ateşkes devam
United Nations Truce and Supervision Organization
(Askeri) BM Ateşkes Sağlama ve Denetleme Teşkilatı
a truce to talking
konuşmaya ara verme
announce truce
ateşkes ilan etmek
flag of truce
beyaz bayrak
white flag of truce
(Askeri) MÜTAREKE BAYRAĞI: Düşman kuvvetler arasında bir mütareke veya her hangi bir konuşmada, muhasamatın geçici olarak durdurulmasında kullanılan beyaz bayrak. Ayrıca bakınız: "flag"
Englisch - Englisch
a period of time in which no fighting takes place due to an agreement between the opposed parties
an agreement between opposed parties in which they pledge to cease fighting for a limited time
A truce is an agreement between two people or groups of people to stop fighting or quarrelling for a short time. The fighting of recent days has given way to an uneasy truce between the two sides Let's call a truce. an agreement between enemies to stop fighting or arguing for a short time, or the period for which this is arranged (Plural of true (14-17 centuries), from treow )
{n} a temporary peace, intermission, stop, rest
{i} armistice, cease fire; relief from trouble
Hence, intermission of action, pain, or contest; temporary cessation; short quiet
A suspension of arms by agreement of the commanders of opposing forces; a temporary cessation of hostilities, for negotiation or other purpose; an armistice
a state of peace agreed to between opponents so they can discuss peace terms
Truce of God
Measure by the medieval Roman Catholic Church to suspend warfare on certain days of the week and for certain church festivals and Lent. It was instituted in France as early as 1027, and elsewhere in Europe (excluding England) during the next several decades. The popes later took its direction into their own hands, and the first decree of the Council of Clermont (1095) proclaimed a weekly truce for all Christendom, with an oath of adherence to be taken by all men over age
Truce of God
The truce was most powerful in the 12th century but was never entirely effective
olympic truce
A truce (in Greek, ekecheiria, which literally means "holding of hands") was announced before and during each of the Olympic festivals, to allow visitors to travel safely to Olympia. An inscription describing the truce was written on a bronze discus which was displayed at Olympia. During the truce, wars were suspended, armies were prohibited from entering Elis or threatening the Games, and legal disputes and the carrying out of death penalties were forbidden
A truce
expiration of truce
termination of a cease fire, end of a temporary peace
flag of truce
white flag: flag consisting of a piece of white cloth that is hoisted to signal surrender or to ask for a truce
flag of truce
A white flag brought or displayed to an enemy as a request for a conference or as a signal of surrender
plural of truce