vice

listen to the pronunciation of vice
Englisch - Türkisch
mengene
{i} ahlaksızlık

Yoksulluk bütün ahlaksızlıkların anasıdır. - Poverty is the mother of all vices.

Erdemler çoğunluğun ahlaksızlıklarıdır. - Virtues are the vices of the majority.

{i} kötü alışkanlık: Cigarette smoking is a vice. Sigara içmek kötü bir alışkanlıktır
{i} kusur
(Tıp) vis
{i} vekil
alışkanlık

Birçok kötü alışkanlıklarım var ama hamburger türü yiyecek onlardan biri değil. - I have many vices, but fast food isn't one of them.

Kumar Tom'un kötü alışkanlıklarından biri değil. - Gambling isn't one of Tom's vices.

kötülük

Ordu, devlet içinde bir devlettir, çağımızın kötülüklerinden biridir. - An army is a nation within a nation; it is one of the vices of our age.

Sıkıntı tüm kötülüklerin başlangıcıdır. - Boredom is the beginning of all vices.

leke
pref. ikinci
önek yardımcı, muavin, ikinci: vice-chairman yardımcı başkan. vice-consul ikinci konsolos, konsolos yardımcısı, viskonsül. vice-president
vice chairman meclis başk
{i} huysuzluk (at)
{e} yerine

Başkan gelmedi ama, yerine başkan yardımcısını gönderdi. - The president did not come, but sent the vice-president in his stead.

kötü oyun
vice squad fuhuş ve kumar kontrolü ile görevli polis ekibi
{i} ahlaksızlık özellikle fuhuş ve uyuşturucu
mengene/ahlaksızlık
yardımcı

Joe Biden Amerika Birleşik Devletleri başkan yardımcısıdır. - Joe Biden is the vice-president of the United States.

İşi başkan yardımcısına bırakacaktı. - He would leave the job to his vice president.

{i} çapkınlık
i., İng., bak. vise
ikinci
prostitution
{i} fahişelik

Fahişelik, kumar, uyuşturucu madde kullanımı, sarhoşluk, düzeni bozmak ve diğer yasadışı etkinlikler kesinlikle yasaklanmıştır. - Prostitution, gambling, the use of narcotic substances, drunkenness, disorder, and all other illegal activities are STRICTLY FORBIDDEN.

Sami'nin kızı fahişelik nedeniyle tutuklandı. - Sami's daughter was arrested for prostitution.

vice president
başkan yardımcısı
prostitution
{i} orospuluk
vice versa
karşılıklı olarak

Onun onu sevdiğini herkes bilir ve karşılıklı olarak. - Everybody knows that he likes her and vice versa.

vice versa
bilmukabele
vice manager
müdür muavini
vice versa
ve tersi

Rusya'da kadınlar sana vurur ve tersi değil. - In Russia women hit you, and not vice versa.

vice admiral
patrona
vice chairman
genel başkan yardımcısı
vice chairmanship
(Politika, Siyaset) bakan vekilliği
vice chancellor
(Kanun) başhakim yardımcısı
vice chief public prosecutor
(Kanun) cumhuriyet başsavcı vekili
vice consul
(Politika, Siyaset) muavin konsolos
vice consulate
viskonsüllük
vice director
yardımcı müdür
vice general director
(Ticaret) genel müdür yardımcısı
vice head of department
(Ticaret) daire başkanı yardımcısı
vice of goods
(Ticaret) malın ayıbı
vice president
(Kanun,Ticaret) başkan vekili
vice president
genel başkan yardımcısı
vice prime minister
(Politika, Siyaset) başbakan yardımcısı
vice rector
(Eğitim) rektör yardımcısı
vice versa
o da aynı şekilde
vice versa
ve aksi
vice versa
(Latin) zıddında da
vice versa
(Kanun) aksinde de aynı
vice versa
bilakis
vice versa
(Kanun,Latin) hilafına
vice admiral
oramiral
vice chancellor
hakim yardımcısı
vice-chairman
başkan yardımcısı
vice-chairman
sadır muavini
vice admiral
koramiral
vice chair
Başkan Yardımcısı
vice chairman
Yönetim kurulu başkan yardımcısı
vice chairman of the board
Yönetim kurulu başkan yardımcısı
vice chairman of the board of directors
yönetim kurulu başkan yardımcısı
vice headmaster
(Okul) mudur yardımcısı

Vice Headmaster made a boring speech in the morning.

vice of
yardımcısı ve
vice officer
ahlak polisi
vice premier
Başbakan yardımcısı
vice presidency
cumhurbaşkanlığı yardımcılığı
vice presidential
başkan yardımcısı
vice principal
Eğitim kurumunda mudur yardımcısı
vice versa
tersine, aksine
vice versa
kısasa kısas
vice-captain
İkinci kaptan
vice-principal
yardımcısı mudur
vice-ridden
ahlaksız
Vice Chairman, Nuclear Operations Group
(Askeri) Nükleer Harekat Grubu Başkan Yardımcısı
Vice Chairman, Operations Planners Group
(Askeri) Harekat Planlamacıları Grubu Başkan Yardımcısı
Vice Director, Joint Staff
(Askeri) Müşterek Karargah Başkan Yardımcısı
vice admiral
(Askeri) KORAMİRAL: Deniz kuvvetlerinde rütbesi (admiral) küçük ve tümamiralden (rear admiral) büyük sancak subayı
vice chairman
başkan yardımcısı
vice chancellor
rektör yardımcısı
vice chancellor
başhekim yardımcısı
vice chief of staff
(Askeri) kurmay başkan vekili
vice chief of staff
(Askeri) KURMAY BAŞKAN MUAVİNİ/VEKİLİ: ABD kara ordusunda kurmay başkanının bir müşaviri ve yardımcısı, bulunmadığı zaman kurmay başkanına vekalet eder
vice consul
konsolos yardımcısı
vice consul
viskonsül
vice gerent
(fiil)kil
vice gerent
vekil
vice governor
(fiil)li yardımcısı
vice governor
vali yardımcısı
vice president
müdür
vice squad
ahlak zabıtası ekibi. vice versa
prostitution
{i} (yeteneğini v.b.'ni) kendine layık olmayan bir işte kullanma
vice versa
(Latin) tersi de doğrudur
vise
onaylamak
vise
vize vermek
executive vice president
(Ticaret) başkan yardımcısı
executive vice president
(Ticaret) başkan vekili
inherent vice
(Ticaret) malın kendi kusuru
prostitution
kahpelik
vice president
(Ticaret) ikinci başkan
bench vice
tezgah mengenesi
carpenter's vice
marangoz mengenesi
joiner's vice
marangoz mengenesi
machine vice
makine mengenesi
pipe vice
boru mengenesi
prostitution
(şerefini) iki paralık etme
senior vice president
kıdemli başkan yardımcısı
air vice marshal
hava vice mareşal
commercialized vice
Yasadışı olarak para karşılığında cinsel ilişkide bulunma
ex-vice-predisent
eski 2.başkan
hand vice
el mengenesi
inherent vice
malın kendi bozukluğu, malın kendi kusuru
table vice
tezgâh mengenesi
universal vice
universal mengene
vise
(Mühendislik) mengene
and vice versa
ve tersine, ve aksine: The bigger the fish, the blander its taste, and vice versa. Balık büyüdükçe tadı yavanlaşır ve tersine
bench yoke vice
boru mengenesi
den of vice
batakhane
everyone has his pet vice
(deyim) kul kusursuz olmaz
in the bondage of vice
kötü alışkanlığı olan
in the bondage of vice
bağımlılığı olan
in the bondage of vice
bağımlı
police vice department
(Kanun) ahlak kumar büro amirliği
prostitution
fahişelik/kötü kullanım
prostitution
{i} fuhuş

Polis şefi bir fuhuş operasyonunda bir otelde tutuklandı. - The police chief was arrested at a motel in a prostitution sting.

Sami onu fuhuş olarak adlandırdı. - Sami called that prostitution.

vice chairman
yardımcı başkan
vise
{i} onay
vise
vida mekanizması
vise
{i} vize

Vize tekrar kapanıyor. - The vise is closing again.

vise
(fiil)ze vermek, onaylamak
visé
i., bak. visa
wallow in vice
sefahat içinde yaşamak
Englisch - Englisch
instead of, in place of
A bad habit

Smoking is a vice, not a virtue.

in place of; subordinate to; designating a person below another in rank

vice admiral.

A mechanical screw apparatus used for clamping or holding (also spelled vise)
prostitution
{n} wickedness, an iron press, gripe, newel
{v} to draw with or put into a vice
{p} in composition signifies second in rank
A defect; a fault; an error; a blemish; an imperfection; as, the vices of a political constitution; the vices of a horse
A tool for drawing lead into cames, or flat grooved rods, for casements
pref. in place of, deputy
a specific form of evildoing; "vice offends the moral standards of the community"
A gripe or grasp
Vice refers to criminal activities, especially those connected with pornography or prostitution. He said those responsible for offences connected with vice, gaming and drugs should be deported on conviction
was appointed postmaster vice C
A kind of instrument for holding work, as in filing
A vice is a tool with a pair of parts that hold an object tightly while you do work on it. Variant of vise
A moral fault or failing; especially, immoral conduct or habit, as in the indulgence of degrading appetites; customary deviation in a single respect, or in general, from a right standard, implying a defect of natural character, or the result of training and habits; a harmful custom; immorality; depravity; wickedness; as, a life of vice; the vice of intemperance
CRS Instead of (From the Latin )
Same as Vise
To hold or squeeze with a vice, or as if with a vice
A clamping device usually consisting of two jaws closed or opened by a screw or lever; used to secure a workpiece to the crossslide
In the place of; in the stead; as, A
{i} character of a buffoon in a morality play
{i} act of moral corruption; depravity; fault in one's personal character; physical blemish, deformity; sexual immorality (particularly prostitution); bad habit displayed by a domestic animal
A British spelling for a clamping device with adjustable jaws (usually mounted on a workbench) used to grip an object to be worked on The American spelling is "vise " Also see bench vice
A two-jawed clamp used to hold tools or work in place Hand vices typically hold smaller tools Bench vices are used to hold stakes for forming
A vice is a habit which is regarded as a weakness in someone's character, but not usually as a serious fault. Intellectual pretension was never one of his vices
a specific form of evildoing; "vice offends the moral standards of the community
The buffoon of the old English moralities, or moral dramas, having the name sometimes of one vice, sometimes of another, or of Vice itself; called also Iniquity
resigned
moral weakness
Denoting one who in certain cases may assume the office or duties of a superior; designating an officer or an office that is second in rank or authority; as, vice president; vice agent; vice consul, etc
holds the hook in place
Vice President
The secondary office to the President of the United States, being the first in line of succession to the President, and also acting as presiding officer of the U.S. Senate
Vice-President
Vice-President of the United States; the holder of the constitutional position of the person who succeeds to the Presidency of the United States in the event of the death or incapacity of the President
Vice-President-elect
The person elected Vice-President of the United States between the time of the election victory on or after Election Day to installation in office usually on Inauguration Day
vice admiral
A flag officer in the United States Navy, Coast Guard, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Commissioned Corps, or Public Health Service Commissioned Corps having a grade superior to rear admiral (upper half) and junior to admiral. A vice admiral is equal in grade or rank to a lieutenant general, which is indicated by a 3-star insignia
vice admiral
A naval rank between rear admiral and admiral
vice admirals
plural form of vice admiral
vice chairman
A person who takes on the responsibilities of a chairman in his absence
vice director
A deputy to a director, often empowered to assume the position of president on his death or absence
vice directors
plural form of vice director
vice presidencies
plural form of vice presidency
vice president
A deputy to a president, often empowered to assume the position of president on his death or absence
vice president
An executive in a business in charge of a department or branch
vice presidents
plural form of vice president
vice squad
A police section specialized in vice crimes
vice squads
plural form of vice squad
vice versa
The same but with the two things or people mentioned reversed

As long as my friend Mike places first and my friend Joe places second, or vice versa, I will be happy!.

vice versâ
Alternative spelling of vice versa

His Britannic Majesty, and His Royal Highness the Prince Regent of Portugal, do stipulate and agree, that there shall be a perfect reciprocity on the subject of the Duties and Imposts to be paid by the Ships and Vessels of the High Contracting Parties, within the several Ports, Harbours, Roads, and Anchoring-places belonging to each of them; to wit, that the Ships and Vessels of the Subjects of His Britannic Majesty shall not pay any higher Duties or Imposts (under whatsoever name they be designated or implied) within the Dominions of His Royal Highness the Prince Regent of Portugal, than the Ships and Vessels belonging to the Subjects of His Royal Highness the Prince Regent of Portugal shall be bound to pay within the Dominions of His Britannic Majesty, and vice versâ.

vice-
Someone who takes the place of someone else; a deputy
vice-a-versa
Phonetic alternative spelling of vice versa
vice-captain
A player who takes on the responsibilities of captain when the captain is not playing
vice-presidency
The time during which one is vice-president; a vice-president's term of office
vice-presidency
The office or role of vice-president
vice-presidency
The bureaucratic organization and governmental initiatives devolving directly from the vice-president
vice-president
Alternative spelling of vice president
vice-skip
The player who throws the fifth and sixth rocks for a team
vice-versa
Alternative spelling of vice versa
vice president
an executive officer ranking immediately below a president; may serve in the president's place under certain circumstances
vice admiral
an admiral ranking below a full admiral and above a rear admiral
vice chairman
deputy chairman, subsidiary to the chairman, takes over in the chairman's absence
vice chairman
one ranking below or serving in the place of a chairman
vice chancellor
a deputy or assistant to someone bearing the title of chancellor
vice commander
deputy commander, commander's aid on every level who can act in his name and in his stead
vice consul
deputy consul, assistant to the consul
vice crime
a vice that is illegal
vice president
an executive officer ranking immediately below a president; may serve in the president's place under certain circumstances
vice president
second in command to the president
vice squad
The vice squad is the section of a police force that deals with crime relating to pornography, prostitution, and gambling. ten vice-squad officers. A police division charged with enforcement of laws dealing with various forms of vice, such as gambling and prostitution. the part of the police force that deals with crimes involving sex or drugs
vice squad
a police group to enforce laws against gambling and prostitution
vice squad
police force division that deals with moral issues
vice versa
with the order reversed; "she hates him and vice versa
vice versa
the opposite, the relation being reversed
vice versa
Vice versa is used to indicate that the reverse of what you have said is true. For example `women may bring their husbands with them, and vice versa' means that men may also bring their wives with them. Teachers qualified to teach in England are not accepted in Scotland and vice versa. used to say that the opposite of a situation you have just described is also true
vice-
CRS Instead of (From the Latin )
vice-
a specific form of evildoing; "vice offends the moral standards of the community"
vice-
moral weakness
vice-
Vice- is used before a rank or title to indicate that someone is next in importance to the person who holds the rank or title mentioned. America's vice-president Tim Munton becomes the new vice-captain. One who acts in the place of another; deputy: vice-chairman. vice-president/chairman etc the person next in rank below someone in authority, who can represent them or act instead of them vice-president/chairman etc of
vice-
holds the hook in place
vice-
A British spelling for a clamping device with adjustable jaws (usually mounted on a workbench) used to grip an object to be worked on The American spelling is "vise " Also see bench vice
vice-
A clamping device usually consisting of two jaws closed or opened by a screw or lever; used to secure a workpiece to the crossslide
vice-
A two-jawed clamp used to hold tools or work in place Hand vices typically hold smaller tools Bench vices are used to hold stakes for forming
vice-admiral
naval officer of the rank one lower than admiral
vice-admiral
a high rank in the British or US navy, or someone who has this rank
vice-chair
One of the members of the Review Board who runs the appeal hearing and is responsible for its conduct
vice-chair
The Vice-Chair of the Student Disciplinary Committee
vice-chair
A committee member chosen by the Speaker or President to serve as the committee chair in the chair's absence
vice-chancellor
In an American university, the vice-chancellor is the person next in rank below the chancellor, who acts as the chancellor's deputy or substitute
vice-chancellor
The principal academic and administrative officer of the University
vice-chancellor
The head of the University who is here Normally somebody you haven't heard of (cf , the Chancellor )
vice-chancellor
The head of a university or higher education institution, in charge of the day to day running of the institution   The Chancellor is the non-resident honorary head of a university
vice-chancellor
The most senior administrative and academic member of the university staff
vice-chancellor
In a British university, the vice-chancellor is the person in charge of academic and administrative matters
vice-chancellor
this is it, this is the top job you can hold in the University It's the equivalent of CEO of a private company The current VC is Professor Don Aitkin, a noted political scientist in his own right and one of an every decreasing number of VC's who actually like students
vice-chancellor
vice president, person who is one rank lower than president; person who is one rank lower than chancellor
vice-chancellor
In 1994/5 the post became a full-time fixed-term one and subject to the normal job application process Previously the Heads of Houses had two-years terms in rotation
vice-consulship
position of one who is ranked just lower than a consul
vice-like
a vice-like grip a very firm hold or a very strong pain
vice-presidency
main authoritative power when the president is lacking
vice-presidential
relating to a vice-president or vice-presidency; "Vice-presidential debates
vice-presidential
of the vice president
vice-principal
second in charge after the headmaster of an educational institution
vice-regent
a regent's deputy
Air Vice Marshal
the third most senior rank active in the Royal Air Force, ranking above Air Commodore and immediately below Air Marshal
Air Vice Marshals
plural form of Air Vice Marshal
English vice
Oppression of a country’s poor

Encomia on a tolerant and kindly society (remember the unarmed policemen?) has to confront believers in the special depravity of a people of hypocrites, uniquely devoted to what was then called the English vice, whether this meant sexual aberration or oppression of the poor. Only in England, said the one side, was political freedom fully established; only in England, replied the other, was economic freedom systematically suppressed.

English vice
Homosexuality

prostitution was openly paraded in the streets, there was shamelessness later in public parks, and there was the ‘English vice’ – i.e. homosexuality (the French, a little irked at being considered immoral by their neighbours, have periodically been delighted to discover a few tears in the mantle of British virtue).60.

English vice
The practice of indulging in an extramarital affair that resembles a second household

Oh,” retorted the clever woman, “I thought every one knew that, Mr. Daventry; the English vice is adultery with home comforts.”.

English vice
A pathologically casual manner and complacency in the face of corruption

Everything in England is done unofficially, casually, by conversations and cliques. The one Parliament that really does rule England is a secret Parliament; the debates of which must not be published—the Cabinet. The debates of the Commons are sometimes important; but only the debates in the Lobby, never the debates in the House. Journalists do control public opinion; but it is not controlled by the arguments they publish—it is controlled by the arguments between the editor and sub-editor, which they do not publish. This casualness is our English vice. It is at once casual and secret. Our public life is conducted privately. Hence it follows that if an English swindler wished to impress us, the last thing he would think of doing would be to put on a uniform.

English vice
Snobbishness; sentimental royalism; idealistic love of class and aristocracy

There enters into such things a great national sin, a far greater sin than drink—the habit of respecting a gentleman. Snobbishness has, like drink, a kind of grand poetry. And snobbishness has this peculiar and devilish quality of evil, that it is rampant among very kindly people, with open hearts and houses. But it is our great English vice; to be watched more fiercely than small-pox. If a man wished to hear the worst and wickedest thing in England summed up in casual English words, he would not find it in any foul oaths or ribald quarrelling. He would find it in the fact that the best kind of working man, when he wishes to praise any one, calls him “a gentleman”. It never occurs to him that he might as well call him “a marquis”, or “a privy councillor”—that he is simply naming a rank or class, not a phrase for a good man.

English vice
Vacuous, base, and tedious moralism

No new thought, nothing of the nature of a finer turning or better expression of an old thought, not even a proper history of what has been previously thought on the subject: an IMPOSSIBLE literature, taking it all in all, unless one knows how to leaven it with some mischief. In effect, the old English vice called CANT, which is MORAL TARTUFFISM, has insinuated itself also into these moralists (whom one must certainly read with an eye to their motives if one MUST read them), concealed this time under the new form of the scientific spirit; moreover, there is not absent from them a secret struggle with the pangs of conscience, from which a race of former Puritans must naturally suffer, in all their scientific tinkering with morals.

English vice
Hypocrisy

If hypocrisy was the English vice, as the French critic Taine declared, then it had soon become naturalized in the United States.

English vice
Sadomasochistic sexual practices

In English pornography countless scenes of flagellation metaphorically whipped devotees to a fever pitch of arousal.

pro hac vice
Permitted for a specific case or action
pro hac vice
For a specific case or action
pro hoc vice
Common misspelling of pro hac vice
vise
An instrument consisting of two jaws, closing by a screw, lever, cam, or the like, for holding work, as in filing
viced
{a} wicked, corrupt, debauched, abandoned
commercialized vice
The unlawful promotion of or participation in sexual activities for profit
commercialized vice
The unlawful promotion of or participation in sexual activities for profit; to solicit customers or transport persons for prostitution purposes; to won, manage, or operate a dwelling or other establishment for the purpose of providing a place where prostitution is performed; or to otherwise assist or promote prostitution

It has been estimated that commercilized vice is the primary source of income for many women.

air vice-marshal
a high rank in the British air force, or someone who has this rank
executive vice president
a vice president holding executive power
inherent vice
A condition or defect that exists within property from the beginning; a tendency of the property itself Insurance policies usually exclude inherent vice
inherent vice
A defect or inherent quality of the goods or their packing which of itself may contribute to their deterioration, injury, wastage or final destruction without any negligence
inherent vice
A condition which is in the very nature of the property and results in damage For example, if you fill an ordinary glass vessel with very hot water, it will crack This is an inherent vice It is in the very nature of ordinary glasses to crack under such conditions
inherent vice
The quality that something has to deteriorate or damage itself without outside help, e g , milk sours; coal combusts spontaneously
inherent vice
A defect or cause of loss arising out of the nature of the goods in question
inherent vice
A fault in property that leads to its self-destruction Insurance contracts usually exclude such damage (PR,IM)
inherent vice
Property and Inland Marine A fault in property that leads to its self-destruction   Insurance contracts usually exclude such damage
inherent vice
Insurance term normally used to exclude losses resulting from spoilage as a consequence of the inherent nature of the goods
inherent vice
(Vice inhérent or Vice propre de la chose assurée) A condition of the particular goods themselves which by their very nature causes a deterioration For example, vegetable and meat will not keep unless special arrangements are made to avoid their deterioration Eggs, if not refrigerated, will go bad
inherent vice
An insurance term referring to any defect or other characteristics of a product which could result in damage to the product without external cause Insurance policies may specifically exclude losses caused by inherent vice
inherent vice
A property flaw or fault which causes its own destruction Damages from inherent vices are usually not covered through insurance
inherent vice
A fault in property that leads to its self-destruction Insurance contracts usually exclude such damage
inherent vice
An insurance term referring to any defect or other characteristics of a product that could result in damage to the product without external cause Insurance policies may specifically exclude losses caused by inherent vice
inherent vice
A flaw in an item of property that will, in time, reveal itself and show the property as damaged Property insurance does not normally cover such damage
senior vice president
the ranking vice president in a firm that has more than one
vice versa
v.v
vice versa
versa
viced
Vicious; corrupt
vices
plural of vice
vise
a holding device attached to a workbench; has two jaws to hold workpiece firmly in place
vise
{i} clamp, device for clamping and holding something firmly in place
vise
To hold or compress in or as if in a vise. the American spelling of vice. Device consisting of two parallel jaws for holding a workpiece. One of the jaws is fixed, and the other can be moved by a screw, lever, or cam. Vises used for holding a workpiece during hand operations (such as filing, hammering, or sawing) are usually permanently bolted to a bench. In vises designed to hold metallic workpieces, the faces of the jaws are hardened steel plates, often removable, with teeth that grip the workpiece. Woodworking vises have smooth jaws, often of wood, and rely on friction alone rather than on teeth
vice
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