welfare

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Englisch - Türkisch
gönenç
refah

Refah içinde yaşayan insanları küçümsedi. - He despised those who lived on welfare.

Ben refah yaşayacağım. - I'll live on welfare.

huzurlu
{i} mutluluk
iyi hal
{i} sağlık
{i} yoksullara yardım
(Politika, Siyaset) saadet
rahat
afiyet
{i} yardım

Kurul sosyal yardımı görüşüyor. - The committee is discussing social welfare.

Devletten aldığım yardımla geçiniyorum, ne arabam ne başka bir şeyim var. - I'm living on welfare, without a car or anything.

sıhhat
welfare mother bakacak kimsesi olmayan küçuk çocuklu kadın
welfare state yurttasların bireysel ve toplumsal gereksinmeler
iyilik
on welfare ihtiyaç dolayısıyle resmi kuruluştan yardım alan
{i} refah, mutluluk ve sağlık içinde yaşama
{i} sosyal yardımlaşma
welfare policy
sosyal siyaset
welfare policy
sosyal politika
Welfare Minister
Çalışma ve Sosyal Güvenlik Bakanı
welfare case
refah durumda
welfare level
refah seviyesi
welfare ministry
refah bakanlığı
welfare office
Daire
welfare state
refah devleti

Almanlar güçlü bir sosyal refah devletine değer verirler. - Germans value a strong social welfare state.

welfare system
Sosyal refah sistemi
welfare building
(Mukavele) sosyal bina
welfare capitalism
(Politika, Siyaset) refah kapitalizmi
welfare economy
(Ticaret) refah ekonomisi
welfare fund
(Ticaret) refah fonu
welfare funds
(Askeri) SOSYAL YARDIM FONLARI: Özellikle kar getiren faaliyet merkezlerinden elde edilmiş gelirle kurulan ve devam ettirilen bütçe dışı fonlar. Askeri sosyal yardım fonları, bütçe içi tahsisatla sağlanmış moral, sosyal yardım ve eğlendirme tesisleriyle hizmetleri takviye için kullanılır. Bu fonlarla tedarik edilmiş eğlendirme tipi malzeme ve hizmetlerden, askeri personel ve yakınları birlikte faydalanırlar. Yapılan masrafların, askeri personelin öncelikle karşılanması gerekli ihtiyaçlarına nazaran bir mahiyet arz etmeleri halinde; fon, bu personelin özellikle reşit olmayan yakınları için kullanılabilir. Deniz aşırı bölgelerde fon, sivil personel ile yakınlarının arızı olarak, istifadesine arz edilebilir. Tesis komutanı tarafından sivil personelin morali bakımından, lüzumlu kabul edilen bazı eğlendirme ve mahdut sosyal yardım hizmetleri meydana getirmek üzere sivil sosyal yardım fonlarından faydalanılır. Eğlendirme tesislerinde, mahpuslar için de sosyal yardım fonları kurulabilir
welfare officer
(Politika, Siyaset) sosyal hizmetler memuru
welfare officer
(Politika, Siyaset) refah memuru
welfare payments
(Ticaret) sosyal güvenlik ödenekleri
welfare plan
(Ticaret) refah planı
welfare region
darü’s-selam
welfare service
(Askeri) SOSYAL HİZMET: Belirli bir insan topluluğunu, sosyal bakımdan daha iyi bir duruma sokmak maksadıyla kurulan teşkilat ve bu teşkilatın gördüğü hizmet
welfare state
refah/gönenç devleti
welfare statism
refah devletçiliği
welfare theory
(Ticaret) refah teorisi
welfare work
sosyal yardım çalışmaları
welfare worker
sosyal yardım görevlisi
welfare worker
sosyal görevli
welfare worker
(Ticaret) kamu görevlisi
animal welfare
hayvanları koruma
child welfare
çocuk esirgeme
child welfare
(Tıp) çocuk sağlığı
Minister of Public Health and Welfare
Sağlık Bakanı
Ministry of Public Health and Welfare
Sağlık ve Sosyal Yardım Bakanlığı
general welfare
genel refah
level of welfare
refah düzeyi
social welfare
sosyal refah

Almanlar güçlü bir sosyal refah devletine değer verirler. - Germans value a strong social welfare state.

Sosyal refahla ilgili konferansa katıldı. - She attended the lecture on social welfare.

Animal Welfare Society
Hayvanları Koruma Cemiyeti
a case for a welfare worker
bir sosyal görevli bir durum
be on welfare
yardım alıyor olmak
emergency welfare team
acil yardım ekibi
infant welfare center
bebek refah merkezi
ministry of health and welfare
sağlık ve refah bakanlığı
child welfare
çocuk bakımı
child welfare
çocuk koruma
economic welfare
(Ticaret) ekonomik refah
health, morale, and welfare
(Askeri) sağlık, moral ve refah
missile warning receiver; morale, welfare, and recreation
(Askeri) füze uyarı almacı; moral, sağlık ve eğlence
on welfare
ihtiyaç dolayısıyla resmi kuruluştan yardım alan
public welfare
kamu yararı
Englisch - Englisch
aid, provided by a government, etc. to people in need, especially financial aid
health, happiness and prosperity; well-doing or well-being in any respect
benefit, happiness, well-being
{n} happiness, prosperity, success, health
an index of well-being
a contented state of being happy and healthy and prosperous; "the town was finally on the upbeat after our recent troubles"
{i} well-being; happiness, prosperity; support, aid; financial assistance for the needy
Includes potential to harm animal or ecosystem health, economic activity, or the comfortable enjoyment of life and property 1
something that aids or promotes well-being; "for the common good"
Well-doing or well-being in any respect; the enjoyment of health and the common blessings of life; exemption from any evil or calamity; prosperity; happiness
health, happiness and prosperity; contentment
*: Aid in the form of money or necessities that are distributed those in need by a governmental agency or program
Welfare services are provided to help with people's living conditions and financial problems. Child welfare services are well established and comprehensive He has urged complete reform of the welfare system
Consideration for the comfort and well bieng of farm animals The Farm Animal Welfare Council (FAWC) has issued 'Codes of Practice' covering the treatment and management of farm animals
= See Public Assistance
{s} of or relating to a welfare state
The welfare of a person or group is their health, comfort, and happiness. I do not think he is considering Emma's welfare He was the head of a charity for the welfare of children
governmental provision of economic assistance to persons in need
In the United States, welfare is money that is paid by the government to people who are unemployed, poor, or sick. States such as Michigan and Massachusetts are making deep cuts in welfare. or social welfare Any of a variety of governmental programs that provide assistance to those in need. Programs include pensions, disability and unemployment insurance, family allowances, survivor benefits, and national health insurance. The earliest modern welfare laws were enacted in Germany in the 1880s (see social insurance), and by the 1920s and '30s most Western countries had adopted similar programs. Most industrialized countries require firms to insure workers for disability (see workers' compensation) so that they have income if they are injured, whether temporarily or permanently. For disability from illness unrelated to occupational injury, most industrial states pay a short-term benefit followed by a long-term pension. Many countries pay a family allowance to reduce the poverty of large families or to increase the birth rate. Survivor benefits, provided for widows below pension age who are left with a dependent child, vary considerably among nations and generally cease if the woman remarries. Among the world's wealthy countries, only the U.S. fails to provide national health insurance other than for the aged and the poor (see Medicare and Medicaid). social welfare Welfare Party Welfare Island welfare economics welfare state
Government aid (in the form of services and money) to the poor
hale
weal
welfare Cadillac
The case of a person or group receiving public benefits, although the benefits are not actually needed by the recipient or are obtained by fraud
welfare Cadillacs
plural form of welfare Cadillac
welfare hotel
A hotel where people receiving welfare can stay until permanent housing is found
welfare parasite
A person that is seen as living on the welfare of others
welfare parasites
plural form of welfare parasite
welfare state
a social system in which the state takes overall responsibility for the welfare of its citizens, providing health care, education, unemployment compensation and social security
welfare state
a state or nation in which such a system operates
welfare states
plural form of welfare state
welfare-to-work
A social program designed to wean those receiving government benefits back into employment
welfare state
A system in which the government undertakes the chief responsibility for providing for the social and economic security of its population, usually through unemployment insurance, old-age pensions, and other social-security measures
welfare system
A system in which the government undertakes the chief responsibility for providing for the social and economic security of its population, usually through unemployment insurance, old-age pensions, and other social-security measures
Welfare Ministry
government department which handles social aid programs
welfare benefit
assistance to people in need
welfare benefits
financial aid and other assistance provided by government or other agencies to people who are unemployed or in financial need
welfare case
a case for a welfare worker
welfare department
municipal division that deals with issues of earnings, division that deals with support of people in need
welfare economics
Branch of economics established in the 20th century that seeks to evaluate economic policies in terms of their effects on the community's well-being. Early theorists defined welfare as the sum of the satisfactions accruing to an individual through an economic system. Believing it was possible to compare the well-being of two or more individuals, they argued that a poor person would derive more satisfaction from an increase in income than would a rich person. Later writers argued that making such comparisons with any precision was impossible. A new and more limited criterion was later developed: one economic situation was deemed superior to another if at least one person had been made better off without anyone else being made worse off. See also consumer's surplus; Vilfredo Pareto
welfare economics
economics intended to provide benefits to the population
welfare officer
officer that handles soldiers' personal problems
welfare state
country which cares for the basic needs of its citizens (i.e. health, housing, education)
welfare state
New activism of the West European state in economic policy and welfare issues after World War II; introduced programs to reduce the impact of economic inequality; typically included medical programs and economic planning (p 870)
welfare state
a system whereby the state undertakes ostensibly to protect the health and well-being of its citizens, especially those in financial need
welfare state
A nation in which the government undertakes large- scale action to ensure the provision of social goods and benefits These welfare programs are usually provided at public expense with little or no cost to the recipient of the services Policy prescriptions advanced by proponents of the welfare-state emphasize securing a minimum standard of living for all citizens where no one is denied an essential service which might be available to others; the production of social goods and services; the control of the business cycle; and the manipulation of total output to allow for social costs and revenues Among the instruments of the modern welfare state are progressive taxes, social security, unemployment insurance, agricultural subsidies, and government-subsidized housing programs
welfare state
In Britain and some other countries, the welfare state is a system in which the government provides free social services such as health and education and gives money to people when they are unable to work, for example because they are old, unemployed, or sick. Concept of government in which the state plays a key role in protecting and promoting the economic and social well-being of its citizens. It is based on the principles of equality of opportunity, equitable distribution of wealth, and public responsibility for those who lack the minimal provisions for a good life. The term may be applied to a variety of forms of economic and social organization. A basic feature of the welfare state is social insurance, intended to provide benefits during periods of greatest need (e.g., old age, illness, unemployment). The welfare state also usually includes public provision of education, health services, and housing. Such provisions are less extensive in the U.S. than in many European countries, where comprehensive health coverage and state-subsidized university-level education have been common. In countries with centrally planned economies, the welfare state also covers employment and administration of consumer prices. Most nations have instituted at least some of the measures associated with the welfare state; Britain adopted comprehensive social insurance in 1948, and in the U.S., social-legislation programs such as the New Deal and the Fair Deal were based on welfare-state principles. Scandinavian countries provide state aid for the individual in almost all phases of life
welfare state
Goods and services provided by governments for the public, these include the National Health Service, State education, unemployment benefit and training for the unemployed
welfare state
a government that undertakes responsibility for the welfare of its citizens through programs in public health and public housing and pensions and unemployment compensation etc
welfare work
social work
welfare work
Organized efforts by a community, organization, or agency to improve the socioeconomic conditions of disadvantaged groups in society.welfare worker n
welfare work
an organized activity to improve the condition of disadvantaged people in society
animal welfare
The viewpoint that it is morally acceptable for humans to use animals (for food, in animal research, as clothing, as entertainment, etc.), as long as the people using the animals avoid causing the animals suffering deemed "unnecessary"
animal welfare
The movement supporting this viewpoint
Animal Welfare Society
Animal welfare is the viewpoint that animals, especially those under human care, should not suffer unnecessarily, including where the animals are used for food, work, companionship, or research. This position usually focuses on the morality of human action (or inaction), as opposed to making deeper political or philosophical claims about the status of animals, as is the case for an animal rights viewpoint. For this reason animal welfare organizations may use the word humane in their title or position statements
Ministry of Labor and Welfare
government office responsible for developing and implementing employment policy and improving the personal and socioeconomic well-being of the nation's citizens
Ministry of Welfare
government office responsible for planning and implementing programs which will improve the personal and socioeconomic well-being of the nation's citizens
child welfare
happiness and comfort of a minor (used to determine which parents gets custody of children after a divorce)
child welfare agency
an administrtive unit responsible for social work concerned with the welfare and vocational training of children
corporate welfare
Financial aid, such as a subsidy or tax break, provided by a government to corporations or other businesses, especially when viewed as wasteful or unjust: "critics who say that letting big companies raise private stock on public land amounts to corporate welfare" (Frank Clifford)
council for child welfare
organization which handles the problems of violence against children
department of health education and welfare
a former executive department of the United States government; created in 1953 and divided in 1979
economic welfare
economic prosperity, financial well-being
infant welfare center
clinic which treats pregnant women and very young children
public welfare
benefit of the public, good of the general population
secretary of health education and welfare
head of a former executive department created in 1953 and divided into two departments in 1979
servicemen's welfare association
volunteer organization which works for the welfare of Israeli soldiers
social welfare
social services supplied by the government or by a private organization
social welfare
governmental provision of economic assistance to persons in need
soldiers' welfare committee
association devoted to improving soldier's conditions and providing them with benefits
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von welfare im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

Ministry of Welfare
Çalışma ve Sosyal Güvemlik Bakanlığı
welfare
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