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Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von vis im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

VİS
(Hukuk) Kuvvet; cebir
VİS ABSOLUTA
(Hukuk) Karşı konulamaz bedensel baskı
TA'VİS
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Güç etmek, zorlaştırmak
Englisch - Englisch
Abbreviation of viscount
Force; power
(Address Abbr.) Vista
An island of western Croatia off the Dalmatian coast south-southwest of Split. It is a popular resort
A service provided to the public in which the public is supplied with information regarding opportunities or activities on the land; usually but not restricted to recreational opportunities
Physical force
Moral power
{i} power, strength (Latin)
Abbreviation for visible
Read
Visual sighting
Visibility
[WEES]-
Visible channel/wavelengths 0 5 - 0 9 um
"Power"; This is a (very valuable) magical substance, necessary to the enchanting of magical artefacts, and to a number of types of powerful spell Quantities of Vis are measured in pawns, rooks & queens
viscount
Calculates the visability from Node to Node Can take up to 5 minutes tops to compile this stage
Vehicle Identifier Section (last eight characters of ISO VIN)
i,j,H [-]: 400 x 400 x 12 values: Visibility normalized to the maximum value at a given height level
vis comica
Comic force

Also Steiner tells of someone who claimed that the comic elements comes about when someone has the vis comica, or power of being comical. Again - the dormitive principle at work.

vis major
A greater force; "act of God"; unavoidable accident
vis medicatrix naturae
The ability of the body to heal itself without intervention
vis versa
Common misspelling of vice versa
vis-à-vis
In a position facing a specified or implied subject
vis-à-vis
face to face (with another)
vis-à-vis
having two portraits facing each other
vis-à-vis
face-to-face
vis-à-vis
One of two (or more) people facing or opposite each other during a formal dance, at a dinner table etc

That was what Miss McKenna said, and the Sergeant who was my vis-à-vis looked the same thing.

vis-à-vis
A date or escort in a social event

Have you seen Mary's vis-à-vis before?.

vis-à-vis
In relation to; compared with

Canada's role vis-à-vis the United States' in Afghanistan.

vis-à-vis
Opposite, across from, set so as to be facing

He was seated vis-à-vis the president.

vis-à-vis
A person holding a corresponding position in another organisation; a counterpart

I talked with my vis-à-vis in the French embassy.

vis-à-vis
A small horse-drawn carriage for two people sitting facing each other

there is not a greater difference between a single-horse chair and madam Pompadour’s vis a vis, than betwixt a single amour, and an amour thus nobly doubled.

vis-á-vis
Common misspelling of vis-à-vis
vis-a-vis
(French) face to face
vis major
A superior force which under certain circumstances is held to exempt from contract obligations; inevitable accident; a civil-law term used as nearly equivalent to, but broader than, the common-law term act of God (which see)
vis major
a natural and unavoidable catastrophe that interrupts the expected course of events; "he discovered that his house was not insured against acts of God"
vis major
= An accident for which no one is responsible, an act of God
vis major
An accident for which no one is responsible; an act of God occurrence
vis major
An accident for which no one is responsible, an act of God
vis major
An accident for which no one is responsible, an act of God (G)
vis-à-vis
You use vis-à-vis when you are considering a relationship or comparison between two things or quantities. Each currency is given a value vis-à-vis the other currencies
vis-a-vis
face-to-face; face-to-face with; "they sat vis-a-vis at the table"; "I found myself vis-a-vis a burly policeman
vis-a-vis
{e} (French) compared with; in regard to, in relation to; opposite; face to face with
vis-a-vis
face-to-face; face-to-face with; "they sat vis-a-vis at the table"; "I found myself vis-a-vis a burly policeman"
vis-a-vis
small sofa that seats two people
vis-a-vis
a person or thing having the same function or characteristics as another
vis-a-vis
A narrow coach, seating only two people “face to face”, used for ceremonial occasions It was soon superseded by Dress Chariots and State Coaches, but the name was used for carriages where the occupants sat opposite each other See a photograph of a real Kinross Vis-a-Vis here
vis-a-vis
A four-seater in which the two passengers faced the driver Used around the turn of the century
vis-a-vis
face to face with, opposite to
vis-a-vis
{i} (French) person or thing that is face to face (opposite another); opposite number; counterpart; love seat, small sofa for two people
hi-vis
High-visibility

and if hi-vis garments are not worn, it is all too easy for a motorist not to spot you until it is too late.

Türkisch - Englisch
(Tıp) vice
vis

    Türkische aussprache

    vîs

    Aussprache

    /ˈvəs/ /ˈvɪs/

    Etymologie

    [ 'vis ] (noun.) 1601. From Latin vis, from Proto-Indo-European *weyǝ- (“power”). More distantly, compare also vigil, vigor, and vital, from similar PIE roots and meanings (lively, power, life), via Latin.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    vis a vis

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