urbanity

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Englisch - Türkisch
nezaket
naziklik
{i} kibarlık
{i} medenilik
{i} uygarlık
kibarllk
terbiye
çelebilik
incelik
urban
kentsel

Kentsel alanlarda toplu taşıma sadece özel ulaşımdan daha hızlıdır. - Public transportation is only faster than private transportation in urban areas.

Çoğu gelişmekte olan ülkelerde kentsel nüfus çok hızlı artıyor. - The urban population in most developing countries is increasing very fast.

urban
şehirsel
urban
{s} şehir

Kırsaldan şehir bölgelerine yapılan bu taşınma iki yüzyıldan daha fazla bir süredir devam etmektedir. - This movement from rural to urban areas has been going on for over two hundred years.

Eğlence uyuşturucu kullanımı birçok şehir efsanelerine ilham veriyor. - Recreational drug use inspires many urban legends.

urban
kent

Sonunda kent yaşamına alıştım. - I've finally got used to urban life.

Sabah kahvaltısı için veranda yemeği Fransa'nın kentsel alanlarında yaygın olarak uygulanmaktadır. - Patio dining for breakfast is widely practiced in urban areas of France.

urban
şehre değgin
urban
kent ile ilgili
urban
(Ticaret) kentle ilgili
urban
şehirle ilgili
urban
şehir ile ilgili
urban
(Ticaret) kentte oturan
urban
(Ticaret) kente ait
urban
kentte bulunan
urban
şehirde yaşayan veya bulunan
urban
{s} şehre ait
urban
şehirli
urban
urban renewal şehri yeniden oturulabilir şekle koyma planı
urban
kentli
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von urbanity im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

URBAN
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Çöl arabaları
URBAN
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Aşiretler
Urban
Çöl Arapları
urban
Çöl Arapları: "Büyük harpte Osmanlı hazinesinin büyük bir kısmını çöl ve Urban yemiştir."- F. R. Atay
Englisch - Englisch
What is characteristically urban in an area; urbanness

Evacuees, the majority of whom were rural persons, reported more tensions as the urbanity of the reception community increased.

Courtesies

Wealdon's two little visits explained perfectly the active urbanities of Captain Stanley Lake.

Behaviour that is polished, refined, courteous

The vaunted courtesy of the old school, the smooth urbanity that prevailed in former days.

refined or elegant courtesy
{n} politeness, elegance, civility
polished courtesy; elegance of manner
polished, refined, courteous behaviour
{i} politeness; quality of being elegant and refined
The quality or state of being urbane; civility or courtesy of manners; politeness; refinement
Polite wit; facetiousness
Urban
A male given name, rather rare in English
Urban
An early Christian, also Urbane and Urbanus in various versions of the Bible

Grete wel Vrban, oure helpere in Crist Jhesus, and Stacchen, my derlyng.

Urban
A patronymic surname
urban
related to the (or any) city
urban
of, or pertaining to, or like a city
urban
{s} pertaining to or characteristic of a city; living in a city; municipal
Urban
A male given name or surname
urban
located in or characteristic of a city or city life; "urban property owners"; "urban affairs"; "urban manners"
urban
Use or harvesting of marine and coastal resources pertaining to developed or built up areas
urban
A city or town
urban
Of or belonging to a city or town; as, an urban population
urban
of or belonging to a city or town
urban
A Main Inventory Table field which designates inventories without agricultural tools, or with a separate agricultural operation, or with minimal livestock An urban inventory is identified by a null in the rural field
urban
The built-up, non-rural area in a region
urban
Of, in, or constituting a city
urban
In architecture, the functions and forms of the city; anything related to, or characteristic of, the city
urban
city
urban
Urban is defined alternately as urbanized areas (i e , places of 50,000 or more in population including surrounding, densely-settled territory) or, outside of urbanized areas, places of 2,500 or more in population Data reported are for 1990
urban
>> A term used to describe a property's location Urban properties have paved access roads and streets, they are close to neighboring properties and have support services less than 10 miles away Urban is also a term used to describe a property located in a city or town
urban
relating to or concerned with a city or densely populated area; "urban sociology"; "urban development
urban
Urban means belonging to, or relating to, a town or city. Most of the population is an urban population Most urban areas are close to a park. urban planning. rural. relating to towns and cities   rural suburban (urbanus , from urbs ). adj. orig. Odo of Châtillon-sur-Marne born 1035, Châtillon-sur-Marne, or Lagery, or Lagny, Champagne, France died July 29, 1099, Rome Pope (1088-99). The prior of a Cluniac monastery, he was made cardinal by Pope Gregory VII, whose reforms he furthered. Elected pope in 1088, Urban secured his authority against the antipope Clement III and strengthened the role of the papacy in the reform movement. He called for the First Crusade at the Council of Clermont (1095) in response to the appeal of Alexius I Comnenus, promoted the union of the Eastern and Western churches, and supported the Christian reconquest of Spain from the Moors. adj. orig. Bartolomeo Prignano born 1318, Naples died Oct. 15, 1289, Rome Pope (1378-89). Archbishop of Acerenza (1363) and Bari (1377), he became papal chancellor for Gregory XI, whom he was chosen to succeed. This election of an Italian appeased the Romans, who wanted to end the French-dominated Avignon papacy, but his harsh reforms soon angered the French cardinals, prompting them to elect the antipope Clement VII, beginning the Western Schism (1378). Europe was divided in its loyalties, and Urban warred with Naples when its queen backed Clement. Strife over the schism reduced the Papal States to anarchy, and Urban's death may have been from poisoning. adj. urban climate Urban II urban planning Urban VI
urban
Belonging to, or suiting, those living in a city; cultivated; polite; urbane; as, urban manners
urban
Consistent with the definition EPA used in the analyses to support the Integrated Urban Air Toxics Strategy, a county was considered "urban" if, based on 1990 census data, it either includes a metropolitan statistical area with a population greater than 250,000 or the U S Census Bureau designates more than 50 percent of the population as "urban "" This definition does not necessarily apply for any regulatory or implementation purpose
urban
Countries differ in the way they classify population as 'urban' or 'rural ' Typically, a community or settlement with a population of 2,000 or more is considered urban A listing of country definitions is published annually in the United Nations Demographic Yearbook
urban
A highly industrialized area, usually considered a city
urban
A Community Initiative for economic and social revitalisation and improvement of neighbourhoods within urban areas suffering acute problems They are mainly in Objective 1 and 2 areas
urban
relating to a city or city life, as in: She is a specialist in urban planning
urban
- A definition used in the Recreation Opportunity Spectrum (ROS) to characterize a substantially urbanized environment, although the background may have natural appearing elements Affiliation with individuals and groups is prevalent, as is the convenience of sites and opportunities Large numbers of users can be expected, both on-site and in nearby areas Facilities for highly intensified motor vehicle use and parking are available Regimentation and controls are obvious and numerous
urban
The word implies the presence of government, industrial, legal, religious, and trade activities See Towns
urban
Indicates whether the school is located in an urban area An urban area is defined as being a locality comprising 10 000 or more people The localities are determined by the Australian Bureau of Statistics
urban
located in or characteristic of a city or city life; "urban property owners"; "urban affairs"; "urban manners" relating to or concerned with a city or densely populated area; "urban sociology"; "urban development
urban
of, relating to, or located in a city
urban
situated in or dwelling in a city
urban
1 Usually refers to areas with populations of 5,000 or more 2 Describes any area that includes a municipality or other built-up place which is appropriate in the judgement of the U S Secretary of Transportation, for a public transportation system to serve commuters or others in the locality taking into consideration the local patterns and trends of urban growth
urban
The Census Bureau defines "urban" for the 1990 census as comprising all territory, population, and housing units in urbanized areas and in places of 2,500 or more persons outside urbanized areas
urban
relating to or concerned with a city or densely populated area; "urban sociology"; "urban development"
urban
Characteristic of city life
urban
related to a city or densely populated area
urban
Peculiar to the human environment, as contrasted with that found normally in wild animals
urban
An area is considered urban if it has a population of 2500 or more for Federal-Aid purposes
urban
Belonging to a city, town like as opposed to rural character
urban
metropolitan
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von urbanity im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

Urban
Bedouins, Bedouin, nomadic Arabs
urbanity

    Silbentrennung

    ur·ba·ni·ty

    Aussprache

    Etymologie

    [ "&r-'ba-n&-tE ] (noun.) 1535. Meanings liked to "courtesy" from urbane +‎ -ity, those linked to cities themselves later from urban +‎ -ity

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