denizen

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İngilizce - Türkçe
sakin
ikamet eden kişi
vatandaş
müdavim
bir yeri devamlı ziyaret eden kimse
{i} oturma izni olan kimse
{i} ikamet eden kimse
{i} ortama uyum sağlamış canlı
muayyen vatandaşlık haklarına sahip olarak bir memlekette ikamet eden yabancı
{i} yerleşmiş yabancı sözcük
yeni şartlara veya bir yere intibak etmiş hayvan veya bitki
inhabitant
ikamet eden
inhabitant
{i} sakin

Şehrin sakinleri içme suyu için nehre bağlıdır. - The inhabitants of the city depend upon the river for drinking water.

Adanın sakinleri cana yakındır. - The inhabitants of the island are friendly.

inhabitant
{i} yerli
inhabitant
{i} (bir yerde) oturan kimse, sakin
inhabitant
{i} oturan kimse
inhabitant
oturan

Libya'daki Yefren şehrinin 30.000 oturanı var. - The city of Yefren in Libya has 30,000 inhabitants.

Oturanların alana girmesine izin verilmedi. - Inhabitants were not permitted to enter the area.

inhabitant
ikamet eden kimse
inhabitant
oturan kimse (bir yerde)
inhabitant
yerleşik halk

Aslında, yerleşik halk radyoaktif ışınlara maruz kalmaktadır. - In fact, the inhabitants have been exposed to radioactive rays.

İngilizce - İngilizce
To grant rights of citizenship to; to naturalize

He was denizened to Ireland after fleeing his home country.

An inhabitant of a place; one who dwells in

The cries of the gorilla proclaimed that it was in mortal combat with some other denizen of the fierce wood. Suddenly these cries ceased, and the silence of death reigned throughout the jungle.

Used to describe the range or habitat of an animal or plant

The bald eagle is a denizen of the northern part of the state.

A citizen naturalized through letters patent

Though born in Iceland, he became a denizen of Britain after leaving Oxford.

One who frequents a place

The denizens of that pub are of the roughest sort.

inhabitant
{v} to make free
{n} a citiven, a freeman
One who is admitted by favor to all or a part of the rights of citizenship, where he did not possess them by birth; an adopted or naturalized citizen
To constitute (one) a denizen; to admit to residence, with certain rights and privileges
To provide with denizens; to populate with adopted or naturalized occupants
One admitted to residence in a foreign country
a plant or animal naturalized in a region; "denizens of field and forest"; "denizens of the deep"
a person who inhabits a particular place
A denizen of a particular place is a person, animal, or plant that lives or grows in this place. Gannets are denizens of the open ocean. an animal, plant, or person that lives or is found in a particular place (deinzein, from denz )
{i} citizen, resident, inhabitant, dweller
a person who has been admitted to residence in a foreign country
A foreigner admitted to certain rights in his or her adopted country
n an inhabitant : resident
(N) -an inhabitant; a resident; one that frequents a particular place
A foreigner permitted certain rights of citizenship
Local flora and fauna
A member and inhabitant of a City Plex society Due to lack of government involvement, most people are not officially "citizens" and therefore are not provided the government protection
A made citizen - i e an alien who has been naturalised by letters patent (Old French deinzein; Latin de-intus, from within ) "A denizen is a kind of middle state, between an alien and a natural-born subject, and partakes of both " - Blackstone: Commentaries, book i chap x p 374 Dennis (John), called the "best abused man in England " Swift and Pope both satirised him He is called Zoïlus
a plant or animal naturalized in a region; "denizens of field and forest"; "denizens of the deep
French deinzein, a trader "within" the privilege of a city franchise: deinz, within, -Skeat An alien born who has obtained ex donatione regis letters-patent to make him a subject 1 Bl Com 374
A dweller; an inhabitant
denizens
third-person singular of denizen
denizen