deficiency

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İngilizce - Türkçe
eksiklik
{i} yetersizlik
(Tıp) Eksiklik, noksanlık, yokluk
(Tıp) defisiyans
(Tıp) karans
(Tıp) zayıflık
kusur
{i} eksiklik, noksanlık; yetersizlik
kifayetsiz!ik
{i} gereksinim
{i} hesap açığı
(Tıp) Kifayetsizlik, yetmezlik
{i} gerilik
{i} açık
{i} yoksunluk
(Askeri) AÇIK, HESAP AÇIĞI: Bir hesap müfettişi tarafından resmen açıklanan ve hesabın temizlenmesi, ayarlanmaya veya düzeltici işleme ihtiyaç gösteren bir yanlışlık veya kanun dışı işlem
deficiency disease gıda eksikliğinden ileri gelen hastalık
{i} eksik

Vücut ısısı yükseliyor, nabız yükseliyor... Onun oksijen eksikliği durumu var. - Body temperature rising, pulse rising ... he's in a state of oxygen deficiency.

{i} noksan
yetmezlik
(Tıp) eksiltme
(Ticaret) mevduat ile borçların farkı
(Ticaret) fire
(Ticaret) zarar
eksilme
fukaralık
deficiency disease
vitaminsizlik hastalığı
deficiency letter
uyarma bildirisi
deficiency letter
ihbarname
deficiency for
eksikliği
deficiency judgement
Teminatın (rehnin) paraya çevrilmesini müteakiben alacağın teminatsız kalan kısmının talep edilmesi üzere Mahkemece tesis edilen karar
deficiency account
(Askeri) AÇIK HESABI: Açığı tespit eden hesap
deficiency disease
(Tıp) gıda eksikliği hastalığı
deficiency disease
{i} yetersiz beslenme sonucu rahatsızlık
deficiency disease
{i} zafiyet
deficiency love
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) eksiklik sevgisi
deficiency motivation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) eksiklik motivasyonu
deficiency needs
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) eksiklik ihtiyaçları
deficiency payment
(Politika, Siyaset) zararın sübvansiyonu
deficiency payment
(Ticaret) yetersiz fiyat ödemesi
deficiency theory
(Dilbilim) eksiklik kuramı
correct the deficiency
yetersizliği gidermek
immune deficiency
(Tıp) bağışıklık yetmezliği
knowledge deficiency
(Argo) bilgi eksikliği
overcome the deficiency
yetersizliği gidermek
remedy the deficiency
eksiklik gidermek
remedy the deficiency
yetersizliği gidermek
iron deficiency anemia
demir eksikliği anemisi
mental deficiency
geri zekâlılık
mental deficiency
zihinsel özür
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
aıds
copper deficiency
(Tıp, İlaç) Bakır eksikliği
deficiencies
eksiklikler
deficiencies
eksiklikleri
deficiencies
noksanlar
immune deficiency
(Tıp, İlaç) Bağışıklık sistemi yetmezliği
iron deficiency
demir eksikliği
lactase deficiency
(Tıp, İlaç) Laktaz enzimi yetmezliği durumu
nutritional deficiency
Beslenme yetersizliği
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
(Askeri) kazanılmış bağışıklık yetersizliği sendromu
bulk petroleum contingency report; petroleum damage and deficiency report; repor
(Askeri) döküm petrol ihtimalat raporu; petrol hasar ve yetersizlik raporu; acil durum petrol yağı ve motor yağları raporu
concern and deficiency reporting system
(Askeri) ilgi ve aksaklık raporlama sistemi
folic acid deficiency
(Tıp) folik asit yetmezliği
individual concern and deficiency
(Askeri) bireysel ilgi ve yetersizlik
insulin deficiency
(Tıp) insülin eksikliği
insulin deficiency
(Tıp) ensülin eksikliği
mental deficiency
zekâ geriliği
nutrition deficiency
(Tıp) beslenme kıtılğı
physical deficiency
(Tıp) fiziksel arıza
quality deficiency report
(Askeri) kalite uygunsuzluk raporu
İngilizce - İngilizce
Inadequacy or incompleteness
An insufficiency, especially of something essential to health
lack or insufficiency
{n} a defect, imperfection, want, failure
An insufficient payment, often relating to amount recovered under a power of sale or foreclosure under a mortgage
An inadequacy; lacking in some necessary quality or element Deficiencies include missing data, incomplete data, or incomplete reports
The lack of an item or its inadequate capacity
A loss of this protection
An insufficient payment, often relating to an amount recovered under a power of sale or foreclosure action
Deficiency in something, especially something that your body needs, is not having enough of it. They did blood tests on him for signs of vitamin deficiency
A situation in which a prescribed action was not carried out or an applicable requirement was not met
The lack of a substance that is required by the animal
A facility surveyor's official conclusion that a health care facility is out of compliance with one or more regulatory standards Deficiencies are reported on an official form on which space is set aside for the facility to write the mandatory plan of correction See survey
A sub optimal level of either one or more nutrients, often resulting in poor health
A type of mutation caused by loss of one or more nucleotides from a DNA segment Deficiencies can be very large, encompassing many genes and megabases of DNA, to the point of producing a visible cytological abnormality in a chromosome Small deficiencies within a gene can alter the reading frame, and thus the amino acid sequence of the encoded protein See the Figure at NHGRI
A finding that a nursing home failed to meet one or more federal or state requirements
Diets low in beta carotene may reduce the effectiveness of the immune system and lead to an increased risk of cancer and heart disease
The state of being deficient; inadequacy; want; failure; imperfection; shortcoming; defect
{i} lack, shortage; defect
A violation of a State and/or Federal regulation
The amount left owing on a debt following repossession of the collateral
the state of needing something that is absent or unavailable; "there is a serious lack of insight into the problem"; "water is the critical deficiency in desert regions"; "for want of a nail the shoe was lost"
All or part of an item that does not comply with its governing requirements or specification
The excess of liabilities over assets of an enterprise at a given date The debit balance in the profit and loss statement
- A way to show that a nursing home failed to meet one or more federal or state requirements
the nonfulfillment of NIST/OWM conditions and/or criteria for accreditation (HB 150, modified)
any weakness or insufficiency of qi, blood, yin, yang or essence
lack of an adequate quantity or number; "the inadequacy of unemployment benefits"
Amount the loan is deficient, if any Overbid Amount of bid from outside bidder Redeem The last day the property can be redeemed
Failure to meet a set performance standard
The difference between the amount of the mortgage indebtedness and any lesser amount recovered by the mortgagee (lender) from a foreclosure sale
A lack of credit in a required course or graduation requirement
A deficiency that someone or something has is a weakness or imperfection in them. a serious deficiency in our air defence. = weakness. vitamin D deficiency vitamin C deficiency calcium deficiency folic acid deficiency anemia iodine deficiency iron deficiency anemia
the state of being deficient, incomplete, insufficient [Random House College Dictionary]
Any performance that does not satisfy established criteria for meeting a District Performance Standard or any job function that is not performed satisfactorily
shortcoming
deficiency judgmen
A deficiency judgment (also spelled deficiency judgment) is a judgment lien against a debtor, defendant or borrower whose foreclosure sale did not produce sufficient funds to pay the mortgage in full. This option may or may not be available to the lender, depending on whether they have made a recourse or nonrecourse loan
deficiency disease
any disease caused by a lack of an essential nutrient (as a vitamin or mineral)
deficiency disease
{i} disease caused by the deficiency of essential nutrient or other substance required for growth (such as vitamin or mineral)
deficiency disease
A disease, such as rickets or scurvy, that is caused by a dietary deficiency of specific nutrients, especially a vitamin or mineral. The disease may stem from insufficient intake, digestion, absorption, or utilization of a nutrient
deficiency judgment
Personal claim against the debtor when the sale of foreclosed property does not yield sufficient proceeds to pay off the loan(s) and accrued interest
deficiency judgment
A judgment given when the security pledged for a loan does not satisfy the debt upon its default
deficiency judgment
A Judgment levied against the borrower personally for the balance of a mortgage debt when a foreclosure sale fails to generate funds to satisfy the debt's outstanding balance
deficiency judgment
A personal judgment in a judicial foreclosure action for the remaining amount due after the sale of the security
deficiency judgment
A court order to pay the balance owed on a loan if the proceeds from the security are insufficient to pay the loan Deficiency judgments are not allowed in all states
deficiency judgment
A court order against the mortgagor/grantor (borrower) to pay the balance owed on a loan if the proceeds from the foreclosure sale are insufficient to pay off the loan
deficiency judgment
A personal judgments levied against the mortgagor under the terms of the note, when a mortgage foreclosure sale does not produce sufficient funds to repay the mortgagee the outstanding loan balance, interest and costs
deficiency judgment
>> The imposition of personal liability on a borrower for the unpaid balance of a mortgage secured loan after foreclosure has failed to satisfy the full amount due to the lender
deficiency judgment
A personal judgment levied against the borrower when a foreclosure sale does not produce sufficient funds to pay the mortgage debt in full
deficiency judgment
Commonly, the amount for which the borrower is personally liable on a note and mortgage if the foreclosure sale does not bring enough to cover the debt Actually the judgment is for the total amount and not for the deficiency, the recovery from the foreclosure sale being deducted from this amount
deficiency judgment
Personal claim against the debtor when the sale of foreclosed property does not yield sufficient proceeds to pay off the mortgages
deficiency judgment
The judgement against a person when they default on a mortgage and the sale of the property does not fully satisfy the obligation The amount of the judgement is usually the unsatisfied portion of the loan
deficiency judgment
Imposition of personal liability on a borrower for the unpaid balance of mortgage debt after a foreclosure has failed to yield the full amount of the debt
deficiency judgment
Personal claim against the debtor when the sale of foreclosed property does not yield sufficient proceeds to pay off the mortgages, accrued interest, legal fees, etc
deficiency judgment
Commonly the amount for which the borrower is personally liable on a note and mortgage if the foreclosure sale does not bring enough to cover the debt Actually the judgment is for the total amount and not for the deficiency, the recovery from the foreclosure sale being deducted from this amount
deficiency judgment
A judgment given when the security pledge for a loan does not satisfy the debt upon its default
deficiency judgment
Commonly, the amount for which the borrower is personally liable on a note and mortgage if the foreclosure sale does not bring enough to cover the amount owed Actually, the judgment is for the total amount of the obligation and not for the deficiency Any recoveries from a foreclosure sale are deducted from the judgment
deficiency judgment
A personal claim based on a court order against a borrower (mortgagor) for difference between what is owed the lender (mortgagee) and the amount realized following a foreclosure on the property The deficiency occurs when the prop fails to sell at foreclosure for a price which covers the outstanding mortgage amount Some mortgages, particularly commercial loans, are written so that the lender recourse only against the property (non- recourse mortgage) and thus, if the prop fails to sell at foreclosure for the amount owed, no personal judgment can brought against the borrower
deficiency judgment
A personal judgment in a judicial foreclosure action for the remaining amount due after a sale of the security
deficiency judgment
Decision requiring a borrower to pay the lender the difference between the mortgage balance and the amount realized at the foreclosure sale
deficiency judgment
A personal judgment against the borrower for the remaining balance on the loan after a foreclosure sale
deficiency judgment
A judgment granted, the injured party, for the balance of a debt owed when the proceeds from the foreclosure sale of the security or collateral are insufficient to satisfy the remaining unpaid debt
deficiency judgment
A court order to pay the balance owed on a loan if the proceeds from the sale of the security are insufficient to pay off the loan
deficiency judgment
If the foreclosure sale does not bring sufficient proceeds to pay the costs of sale and the note in full, the holder of the note may obtain a judgment against the maker for the difference
deficiency payment
On a FHLMC GMC issue, a principal amount guaranteed and paid to bondholders in excess of actual principal collections on the underlying mortgages All deficiency payments on a given issue must be repaid to FHLMC bondholders may receive any payments of principal in excess of the guaranteed amounts
deficiency payment
Income transfer paid to farmers for difference between target and support prices
deficiency payment
A Government payment made to farmers who participate in wheat, feed grain, rice, or cotton programs The payment rate is per pound, bushel, or hundredweight It is based on the difference between the price level established by law (target price) and either the market price during a period specified by law or the loan rate, whichever is higher The total payment is equal to the payment rate multiplied by the eligible acreage planted for harvest, and then multiplied by the program yield established for the particular farm Additional deficiency (emergency compensation) payments for wheat and feed grains must be made whenever the Findley loan rate is in effect and season average market prices for wheat and feed grains are below the statutory loan rate These payments are sometimes referred to as 12-month deficiency payments
deficiency payment
An output subsidy in which the subsidy per unit of output of a commodity is the difference between a government-set price and the market price Under a deficiency payment program, producers always receive the government-set price regardless of the market price
deficiency payment
In the United States, a direct payment to participating producers of feed grains, wheat, rice and cotton by USDA's Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC), equal to the difference between CCC's target price and the higher of either the market price or the load rate, whichever difference is less
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
An infectious disease, caused by HIV, that causes the gradual degeneration of the body's immune system
boron deficiency
any of a number of disorders in plants that grow on granite, or other places deficient in boron
boron deficiency
any pathological effect in animals and humans due to a deficiency of boron in the diet
curve deficiency
The difference between the number of double points on a curve and the maximum possible for a curve of that degree
ornithine transcarbamylase deficiency
A rare genetic metabolic disorder of the urea cycle. Abbreviated as OTC
Immune deficiency
(Tıp, İlaç) Immunodeficiency (or immune deficiency) is a state in which the immune system's ability to fight infectious disease is compromised or entirely absent. Most cases of immunodeficiency are acquired ("secondary") but some people are born with defects in the immune system, or primary immunodeficiency. Transplant patients take medications to suppress their immune system as an anti-rejection measure, as do some patients suffering from an over-active immune system. A person who has an immunodeficiency of any kind is said to be immunocompromised. An immunocompromised person may be particularly vulnerable to opportunistic infections, in addition to normal infections that could affect everyone
immune deficiency
(Tıp, İlaç) Immunodeficiency (or immune deficiency) is a state in which the immune system's ability to fight infectious disease is compromised or entirely absent
lactase deficiency
(Tıp, İlaç) Lactose intolerance, also called lactase deficiency, is the inability to digest and metabolize lactose, a sugar found in milk. It is caused by a lack of the enzyme lactase in the digestive system, required to break down lactose. It results in symptoms including abdominal pain, bloating, flatulence, diarrhea, nausea, and acid reflux
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
a serious (often fatal) disease of the immune system transmitted through blood products especially by sexual contact or contaminated needles
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
A severe disruption of the body's immune mechanism caused by viral (HIV) infection of certain lymphocytes (white blood cells) needed to initiate immune responses 170A severe disruption of the body's immune mechanism caused by viral (HIV) infection of certain lymphocytes (white blood cells) needed to initiate immune responses 170
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
Severe manifestation of infection with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lists numerous opportunistic infections and neoplasms which, in the presence of HIV infection, constitute an AIDS diagnosis In addition, a CD4 count below 200/mm3 in the presence of HIV infection constitutes an AIDS diagnosis
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
{i} incurable disease characterized by a deterioration of the immune system and susceptibility to a number of infections and cancers (caused by the HIV virus)
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
Acquired immune deficiency syndrome is the same as AIDS. AIDS
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
the late stage of HIV disease AIDS involves the loss of function of the immune system as CD4 cells are infected and destroyed, allowing the body to succumb to opportunistic infections (e g , Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, toxoplasmosis) that are generally not pathogenic in people with intact immune systems Common symptoms of AIDS include malignancies and wasting syndrome The CDC defines AIDS as the presence of at least one of several opportunistic infections or the presence of fewer than 200 CD4 cells/mm3 in an HIV positive individual (AIDS)
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
a disease, caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which kills or impairs cells of the immune system and progressively destroys the body's ability to fight infections and certain cancers HIV is most commonly spread in teens and adults by sexual contact with an infected partner HIV is most commonly spread in infants and children by vertical transmission from an infected mother while in the womb or during delivery
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
a viral disease that destroys the body's ability to fight infections, leaving the body susceptible to many other diseases caused by infection with human immune deficiency virus (HIV)   See Feline immune-deficiency syndrome (FAIDS) and Feline immune deficiency virus (FIV)
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
A viral disease transmitted from individual to individual most often through sexual intercourse; however, can be transmitted by sharing contaminated hypodermic needles and by receiving a transfusion with contaminated blood
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
A breakdown in the Immune system resulting from infection with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) This breakdown leads to a series of specific infections not normally seen in a person with a properly functioning immune system
acquired immune deficiency syndrome
a disease that weakens the immune system of an individual caused by the infection of the HIV virus Therefore the individual is subject to opportunistic infections in which the body cannot fight off
calcium deficiency
Inadequate supply or metabolism of calcium, the main structural element of bones and teeth. Its metabolism is regulated by vitamin D, phosphorus, and hormones (see parathyroid gland). Calcium in the blood has roles in muscle contraction, nerve-impulse transmission, blood clotting, milk production, hormone secretion, and enzyme function, for which calcium is pulled from the bones if deficiency develops. Chronic deficiency may be a factor in the development of osteoporosis or osteomalacia (softening of bone) and may contribute to hypertension and colon cancer. Severe calcium deficiency (hypocalcemia), usually the result of a metabolic problem rather than a dietary deficiency, causes numbness, tingling, and painful muscle aches and spasms
deficiencies
plural of deficiency
folic-acid-deficiency anemia
Anemia resulting from too little folic acid, needed for red-blood-cell maturation (see erythrocyte). White-cell and platelet levels are also often low. Progressive gastrointestinal problems develop. It may result from poor diet or from malabsorption, cirrhosis of the liver, or anticonvulsant drugs; it may also occur in the last three months of pregnancy and in severe hemolytic anemia (in which red cells break down). The blood profile resembles that of pernicious anemia. Taking folic acid causes rapid improvement; an adequate diet cures cases caused by malnutrition
iodine deficiency
Inadequate intake or metabolism of iodine. It directly affects thyroid secretions, which influence heart action, nerve response, growth rate, and metabolism. Simple goitre, the most frequent result, is most common in areas without access to salt water and is rare along seacoasts. Severe, prolonged deficiency can cause hypothyroidism. Eating seafood regularly or using iodized table salt will prevent iodine deficiency. Some countries have made dietary iodine additives mandatory
iron deficiency anemia
a form of anemia due to lack of iron in the diet or to iron loss as a result of chronic bleeding
iron-deficiency anemia
Most common type of anemia, which may develop in times of high iron loss and depletion of iron stores (e.g., rapid growth, pregnancy, menstruation) or in settings of low dietary iron intake or inefficient iron uptake (e.g., starvation, intestinal parasites, gastrectomy). Much of the world's population is iron-deficient to some degree. Symptoms include low energy level and sometimes paleness, shortness of breath, cold extremities, sore tongue, or dry skin. In advanced cases, red blood cells are small, pale, and low in hemoglobin, blood iron levels are reduced, and body iron stores are depleted. Treatment with iron usually brings quick improvement
liquid deficiency
condition in which a bank's reserves are lower than the bank is required to maintain
mental deficiency
mental defect, mental retardation, flaw of intelligence
mineral deficiency
lack of a mineral micronutrient that is essential for normal nutrition or metabolism
vitamin D deficiency
{i} (Medicine) rickets, childhood disease characterized by softening of the bones (caused by a deficiency of vitamin D, and poor metabolism of calcium and phosphorus)
zinc deficiency
a deficiency caused by inadequate zinc in the diet or by liver disease or cystic fibrosis or other diseases
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Lactase Deficiency
(Tıp) lactase enziminin azlığı. lactose(Laktoz) hassasiyetine (Allerji) sebep olur
deficiency