depend

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İngilizce - Türkçe
bağlı olmak

Başkalarına bağlı olmak sık sık gereklidir. - It is often necessary to depend upon others.

{f} güvenmek

Sana güvenmek için geldim. - I've come to depend on you.

{f} -e güvenmek
dependable güvenilir
bağımlı olmak

Tom ailesine bağımlı olmak istemiyor. - Tom doesn't want to be dependent on his parents.

Anne-babasına bağımlı olmak istemiyor. - She does not want to be dependent on her parents.

emniyet edilir
(on/upon ile) güvenmek
asılı olmaq
bağlı ol

Başkalarına bağlı olmak sık sık gereklidir. - It is often necessary to depend upon others.

O ona bağlı olduğu için, insanlığın geleceği belirsiz kalır. - The future of humanity remains undetermined, as it depends on it.

göre değişmek
bel bağlamak
ihtiyaç duymak
from ile asılmak
itimat etmek
{f} on/upon
itimada
sarkmak
sallantıda kalmak mualIâkta kalmak
{f} tabi olmak
mütevakkıf olmak
{f} -e bağlı olmak: The number of people who will come depends on how many tickets we can sell. Geleceklerin sayısı
on veya upon ile güvenmek
dependent
bağımlı

Başkalarına çok bağımlı olmayın. - Don't be too dependent on others.

O, mali açıdan karısına bağımlıdır - He's financially dependent on his wife.

dependence
{i} bağlılık
dependence
{i} bağımlılık
depend on
bağlı ol

Onun yardımına bağlı olabilirsin. - You can depend on his help.

Keşke Tom bana daha fazla bağlı olsa. - I wish Tom would depend on me more.

depend on
(Fiili Deyim ) -e bağlı olmak , tabi olmak
depend on chance
şansa bağlı olmak
depend on luck
şansa bağlı olmak
depend on tourism
turizme dayalı olmak
depend up
güvenmek
depend upon
bağlı olmak

Başkalarına bağlı olmak sık sık gereklidir. - It is often necessary to depend upon others.

depend from
sarkmak
depend from
sallantıda kalmak
depend on
bağlı olmak
depend on
itimat etmek
depend on
güvenmek

Sana güvenmek için geldim. - I've come to depend on you.

depend upon
bağlı ol

Atom enerjisine ne kadar bağlı olduğumuzu düşünmekten vazgeçelim. - Let us stop to think how much we depend upon atomic energy.

Başkalarına bağlı olmak sık sık gereklidir. - It is often necessary to depend upon others.

depend upon
tabi olmak
depend upon
birine güvenmek
depend for
için bağlı
depend heavily upon
büyük oranda bağlı olmak
depend on
bağlı ol(mak)
depend upon
bağlı ol(mak)
Depend upon it
Emin olunuz
depend from
-den sarkmak
dependent
bağlı

Adanın ekonomisi balıkçılık sektörüne bağlıdır. - The economy of the island is dependent on the fishing industry.

Tom ve Mary birbirlerine bağlılar. - Tom and Mary are dependent on each other.

dependant
başkasına muhtaç kimse
dependant
bağımlı
depend on
bel bağlamak
depend on
eline bakmak
depend on
inanmak
dependant
muhtaç
dependant
birine ekonomik bağımlılı
dependant
başkasının eline bakan
dependence
ilişki
dependence
güvenme
dependencies
bağımlılıklar
dependencies
bağlılıklar
dependents
(Bilgisayar) etkilenenler
dependents
(Askeri) aile efradı
depends
yerine göre
dependant
bağlı
dependant
birine ekonomik bağımlılığı olan kimse
dependence
(uyuşturucu/vb.ne) bağlılık
dependence
güven
dependent
asılı
dependent
bkz.dependant
be depend
bağlı olmak
dependents
bağımlı olur
depending
bağlı olarak

Türlere bağlı olarak, guavalar yuvarlak veya oval olabilir. - Depending on the species, guavas may be round or oval.

İnsanlar zengin ya da fakir olmalarına bağlı olarak işlere farklı olarak bakarlar. - People look at things differently depending on whether they are rich or poor.

depends
bağlı oluş
past of depend
bağlı geçmiş
third person singular of depend
üçüncü kişi bağımlı tekil
dependant
bağımlı kimse
dependant
tabi
dependant
hizmetçi/bağlı
dependence
{i} bağlı olma
dependence
itimat
dependence
bağım
dependence
güven/bağımlılık
dependence
{i} başkasının sırtından yaşama
dependence
taalluk
dependence
emir kulluğu
dependence
muallâkıyet
dependent
başkasına muhtaç kimse
dependent
{i} bağımlı kimse
dependent
tabi olarak
dependent
tabi
dependent
ebeveyninin bakmakla yükümlü olduğu kimse
dependent
muhtaç

O, ebeveynlerine muhtaç değil. - He is not dependent on his parents.

Tom ve Mary birbirlerine muhtaç hale geldiler. - Tom and Mary became dependent on each other.

dependent
{s} sarkan
dependent
bağıl
dependent
merbut dependent variable bağlı değişken dependently bağlı olarak
dependent
hizmetçi/bağlı
dependent
bir kimsenin bakmakla yükümlü ol
dependent
başkasının yardım veya desteğine ihtiyacı olan kimse
dependent
asılı sarkan
dependent
ait
dependents
(Askeri) AİLE EFRADI: Geçiminden diğer bir şahsın kanunen sorumlu olduğu kimse. Silahlı kuvvetlere mensup bir şahsın kanuni aile efradı; karısı, çocukları ve ebeveyni ile erkek ve kız kardeşleridir
depending
güveniş
İngilizce - İngilizce
To hang in suspense; to be pending; to be undetermined or undecided; as, a cause depending in court
To rely on for support; to be conditioned or contingent; to be connected with anything, as a cause of existence, or as a necessary condition; — followed by on or upon, formerly by of
To trust; to rest with confidence; to rely; to confide; to be certain; — with on or upon; as, we depend on the word or assurance of our friends; we depend on the mail at the usual hour
To hang down; to be sustained by being fastened or attached to something above

The long rows of teeth on the bulwarks glistened in the moonlight; and like the white ivory tusks of some huge elephant, vast curving icicles depended from the bows.

To serve; to attend; to act as a dependent or retainer
{v} to hang, from, rely on, trust to, rest
have faith or confidence in; "you can count on me to help you any time"; "Look to your friends for support"; "You can bet on that!"; "Depend on your family in times of crisis"
If you depend on someone or something, you need them in order to be able to survive physically, financially, or emotionally. He depended on his writing for his income Choosing the right account depends on working out your likely average balance. = rely
You use depend in expressions such as it depends to indicate that you cannot give a clear answer to a question because the answer will be affected or determined by other factors. `But how long can you stay in the house?' --- `I don't know. It depends.' It all depends on your definition of punk, doesn't it?
To rely for support; to be conditioned or contingent; to be connected with anything, as a cause of existence, or as a necessary condition; followed by on or upon, formerly by of
{f} rely on, trust; be dependent upon, be supported by
To rely on for support; to be conditioned or contingent; to be connected with anything, as a cause of existence, or as a necessary condition; - followed by on or upon, formerly by of
If you say that one thing depends on another, you mean that the first thing will be affected or determined by the second. The cooking time needed depends on the size of the potato How much it costs depends upon how much you buy
To trust; to rest with confidence; to rely; to confide; to be certain; with on or upon; as, we depend on the word or assurance of our friends; we depend on the mail at the usual hour
be contingent upon (something that is ellided); "That depends
You use depending on when you are saying that something varies according to the circumstances mentioned. I tend to have a different answer, depending on the family. it/that depends used to say that you cannot give a definite answer to something because your answer will be affected by something else (dépendre, from pendere )
If you can depend on a person, organization, or law, you know that they will support you or help you when you need them. `You can depend on me,' Cross assured him. = rely
To impend
be contingent upon (something that is ellided); "That depends"
To trust; to rest with confidence; to rely; to confide; to be certain; - with on or upon; as, we depend on the word or assurance of our friends; we depend on the mail at the usual hour
depend on
To be dependent on something or someone for support or help
depend on
place trust in; rely on for support; be contingent upon
depend on
be contingent on; "The outcomes rides on the results of the electin"; "Your grade will depends on your homework
depend on
be contingent on; "The outcomes rides on the results of the electin"; "Your grade will depends on your homework"
depend upon
be contingent on; "The outcomes rides on the results of the electin"; "Your grade will depends on your homework"
depend upon
contingent on; rely upon
dependant
Common misspelling of dependent
dependant
A person who depends on another for support, particularly financial support (= dependent)
dependence
The state of being dependent, of relying upon another

He had a deep dependence on her for guidance.

dependent
Used in questions, negative sentences and after certain particles and prepositions
dependent
An element in phrase or clause structure that is not the head. Includes complements modifiers and determiners
dependent
: standing only after a preverbal particle
dependent
affecting the lower part of the body, such as the legs while standing up, or the back while supine
dependence
reliance
dependant
{n} one who relies on another for support or favor
dependence
{n} connection, reliance
dependent
{a} hanging down or from, loose
dependant
contingent on something else
dependant
obsolete spelling of dependent
dependant
See Dependent, Dependence, Dependency
dependant
An individual who depends financially on another person
dependant
The spouse (including de facto spouse), child, or any other person who is financially dependent (either partially or totally) on the member
dependant
A spouse, child or other person financially dependent on a fund member Death benefits are usually paid to members' dependants or their legal personal representatives
dependant
A person who is financially dependent on a member or pensioner, or was so at the time of death or retirement of the member or pensioner For Revenue purposes, a child of the member or pensioner may always be regarded as dependent until he or she reaches the age of 18 or ceases to receive full time educational or vocational training if later
dependant
Your dependants are the people you support financially, such as your children. The British Legion raises funds to help ex-service personnel and their dependants. dependent someone, especially a child, who depends on you for food, clothes, money etc
dependant
An individual, a spouse or child or someone who depends on another for financial support and maintenance with regard to the normal necessities of life
dependant
US, misspelling of dependent
dependant
A person who at any time in the year is dependent on the individual for support and is
dependant
addicted to a drug
dependant
Person (spouse or child) other than the subscriber who is covered in the subscriber's benefit certificate
dependant
In relation to an employee means: a) the spouse of the employee; and/or b) a child or parent of the employee, or of the spouse of the employee, being a child or parent who ordinarily resides with the employee and who is wholly or substantially dependent upon the employee For the purpose of remote localities assistance (as per Attachment F) an adult dependant is a person for whom the employee is eligible to claim a dependant rebate from the Australian Tax Office A child dependant is a child less than 18 years or a full-time student less than 25 years
dependant
The spouse, including a de facto spouse, child, or any other person who is financially dependent, either in whole or in part, on the member at the time of death
dependant
a person who relies on another person for support (especially financial support)
dependant
{i} one who depends on another for financial or emotional support (especially a child or minor)
dependants
plural of dependant
dependants
Person(s) who depends on another for financial support
dependants
People who need your financial support and whom you look after such as children
depended
past of depend
dependence
(n ) The relationship of a calculation B to a calculation A if changes to A, or to the ordering of A and B, could affect B If A and B are calculations in a program, for example, then B is dependent on A if B uses values calculated by A There are four types of dependence: true dependence, where B uses values calculated by A; antidependence, where A uses values overwritten by B; output dependence, where A and B both write to the same variables; control dependence, where B's execution is controlled by values set in A Dependence is also used in message routing to mean that some activity X cannot proceed until another activity Y has completed For example, if X and Y are messages attempting to pass through a region with limited buffer space, and Y currently holds some or all of the buffer, X may depend on Y releasing some buffer space before proceeding
dependence
The act or state of depending; state of being dependent; a hanging down or from; suspension from a support
dependence
A relation among program statements in which the results depend upon the order in which the statements are executed May prevent vectorization
dependence
dependance
dependence
lack of independence or self-sufficiency
dependence
being abnormally tolerant to and dependent on something that is psychologically or physically habit-forming (especially alcohol or narcotic drugs)
dependence
Mutual connection and support; concatenation; systematic inter-relation
dependence
A relationship created with or accepted from other group members that puts the individual in a subordinate position
dependence
A relationship between two different experimental results in which the first result does not directly influence the chances of the second result occurring, but instead, the two results are indirectly related because they are subject to influences from a common outside factor
dependence
A resting with confidence; reliance; trust
dependence
Physiological and/or psychological reliance on or addiction to a substance, which results from the recurrent use of the substance; characterized by mental and/or physical changes in the user, making it difficult to stop usage
dependence
A matter depending, or in suspense, and still to be determined; ground of controversy or quarrel
dependence
An existing quarrel (A term used among swordsmen ) "Let us pause until I give you my opinion on this dependence for if we coolly examine the state of our dependence, we may the better apprehend whether the sisters three have doomed one of us to expiate the same with our blood " - Sir W Scott: The Monastery, chap xxi Depinges (2 syl ) or Deepings A breadth of netting to be sewed on a hoddy (net) to make it sufficiently large Sometimes the breadth is called a depth, and the act of sewing one depth on another is called deepening the net In 1574 the Dutch settlers at Yarmouth were required "to provide themselves with twine and depinges in foreign places "
dependence
That on which one depends or relies; as, he was her sole dependence
dependence
An irresistible physical or psychological need, especially for a chemical substance
dependence
The state of being influenced and determined by something; subjection (as of an effect to its cause)
dependence
A corollary of dominance; a situation in which the LDCs have to rely on developed-country domestic and international economic policy to stimulate their own economic growth Dependence can also mean that the LDCs adopt developed-country education systems, technology, economic and political systems, attitudes, consumption patterns, dress, etc
dependence
If you talk about drug dependence or alcohol dependence, you are referring to a situation where someone is addicted to drugs or is an alcoholic. = addiction
dependence
That which depends; anything dependent or suspended; anything attached a subordinate to, or contingent on, something else
dependence
a state in which a person is reliant on a drug Physical dependence is characterized by the onset of physical symptoms of withdrawal (e g , sweating, tremors) if a drug is abruptly stopped Psychological dependence (addiction) is a psychological syndrome characterized by drug craving, compulsive use and relapse after abstinence
dependence
A corollary of dominance: A situation in which the LDC's have to rely on developed-country domestic and international economic policy to stimulate their own economic growth Dependence can also mean that the LDC's adopt developed (Western) education systems, technology, economic and political systems, attitudes, consumption patterns and dress etc
dependence
Subjection to the direction or disposal of another; inability to help or provide for one's self
dependence
A relationship between two instructions that requires them to execute in program order Dependence is a property of a program See control dependence, data dependence, and name dependence
dependence
{i} reliance; trust
dependence
Your dependence on something or someone is your need for them in order to succeed or be able to survive. the city's traditional dependence on tourism = reliance
dependence
The internal, psychologically felt wish or yearning for emotional (vs instrumental or task oriented) support, care, comfort, attention, nurturance, and similar responses from significant others Dependence in PARTheory also refers to the actual behavioral bids individals make for such responsiveness For young children these bids may include clinging to parents, whining or crying when parents unexpectedly depart, and seeking physical proximity with them when they return Older children and adults may express their need for positive response more symbolically --especially in times of distress-- by seeking reassurance, approval, or support, as well as comfort, affection, or solace from people who are important to them--particularly from parents for youths, and from nonparental significant others for adults Dependence in PARTheory is construed as a continuum, with independence defining one end of the continuum and dependence the other (See personality subtheory)
dependence
You talk about the dependence of one thing on another when the first thing will be affected or determined by the second. the dependence of circulation on production
dependencies
Straw Dependency: Sufferer is unable to drink without aid of a straw
dependencies
Components can have dependencies on other components There are several notions to keep in mind when considering component dependencies
dependencies
When referring to packages, dependencies are requirements that exist between packages For example, package foo may require files that are installed by package bar In this example, bar must be installed, or else foo will have unresolved dependencies RPM will not normally allow packages with unresolved dependencies to be installed
dependencies
plural of dependency
dependencies
Dependencies are relationships between products or tasks For example, one product may be made up of several other 'dependent' products or a task may not begin until a 'dependent' task is complete See also logical relationship
dependencies
In civil law, constructions and installations that are accessory to a dwelling but separated from it by a completely free space, or connected to it only by a fence or electrical or other connection
dependencies
[change] gdbm 1 8 0 (required) GNU Readline readline 2 2 1 (required) [download links]
dependent
means a person for whom you or your legal spouse provided, during the most recent calendar year, more that 50% of the person's support In the case of a student, amounts received as scholarships for study will not be considered in determining source of support If no one provided more than 50% of the person's support, the person will be treated as the dependent of whoever provided the most support A child will also be considered a dependent if you or your spouse are required to provide medical care to a child under a qualified medical child support order, as defined by federal law
dependent
You may elect certain benefit coverages such as medical, dental, life, AD&D, and long-term care insurance for your eligible dependents The definition may be different for different plans For a definition of an eligible dependent under these plans go to: http: //benefitsu stanford edu/flexible/educated_choices/eligible_dependents html
dependent
a person who relies on another person for support (especially financial support)
dependent
of a clause; unable to stand alone syntactically as a complete sentence; "a subordinate (or dependent) clause functions as a noun or adjective or adverb within a sentence
dependent
A person who receives more than half their financial support from another, usually a parent or legal guardian Most often a child or spouse, but occasionally includes other relatives
dependent
being under the power or sovereignty of another or others; "subject peoples"; "a dependent prince"
dependent
That which depends; corollary; consequence
dependent
addicted to a drug
dependent
- the husband, wife, or unmarried child(ren) of an enrollee who can be covered under the Plan
dependent
An individual who qualifies to be claimed as a dependent exemption on another person's income tax return
dependent
addicted to a drug contingent on something else not independent; "dependent children"
dependent
addicted to a drug contingent on something else not independent; "dependent children" of a clause; unable to stand alone syntactically as a complete sentence; "a subordinate (or dependent) clause functions as a noun or adjective or adverb within a sentence
dependent
A person who is eligible for care because of his or her relationship to a subscriber
dependent
– A person for whom you can claim a dependent exemption There are five dependency tests that must be met to claim the exemption for a dependent Back to Top
dependent
not independent; "dependent children"
dependent
An individual who receives health insurance through a spouse, parent, or other family member
dependent
{i} one who depends on another for financial or emotional support (especially a child or minor)
dependent
A person who relies on an employee for financial support or obtains health care coverage through a spouse, parent or grandparent who is the plan member
dependent
One who relies on another for support
dependent
In family law, this usually means a child that is financially supported by another person In juvenile law, this means a minor that is in the custody of the court because he or she was abused, neglected, or molested or is physically dangerous to the public because of a mental or physical disorder
dependent
A person who relies on someone else for financial support Sound like a mooch? Not really Think about it- most "young adults" (under 21 years old) are supported by their parents Is this you? If it is, your parents can claim an exemption for you-their adorable dependent-if dependency tests are met
dependent
A person eligible for coverage under an employee benefits plan because of that person's relationship to an employee Spouses and children are often eligible for dependent coverage
dependent
Someone you support whom you can claim as an exemption To qualify, the dependent must meet all five of the following tests: 1 Relationship or member of household test 2 Citizenship test 3 Joint return test 4 Gross income test 5 Support test
dependent
– An individual whom you support financially This is usually a child or a relative In most cases, high school students are dependent on someone else for their support (e g , a parent or guardian)
dependent
A person who relies on someone else for support The Internal Revenue Service provides five tests to determine if you qualify as the dependent of your parent/guardian These five tests are
dependent
Also called a dependency file In the make utility, an entity on which a file to be built (the target) depends A source file is a dependent of an object module
dependent
– A student’s status indicating that parental information is needed to determine a student's eligibility for financial aid A student may be living away from home and not receiving any money from their parents and still be dependent for financial aid purposes Generally, any student under age 24 is considered dependent
dependent
contingent on something else
dependent
a person who meets the eligibility requirements of the Plan and has been enrolled by the Fund as an eligible dependent
dependent
In family law, refers to a person who is financially supported by another person, usually the parent In juvenile law, refers to a minor who is in the custody of the court because he or she has been abused, neglected, or molested or is physically dangerous to the public due to a mental or physical disorder
dependent
For an individual to be considered your dependent, they must live with you, and you must provide them with more than half their financial support Spouses do not count as dependents in the Federal Methodology
dependent
An individual who depends on another for support and maintenance (G)
dependent
As defined under the tax code, an individual who is younger that age 13, requires full-time care because of physical or mental incapacity, or if the spouse of the taxpayer and is physically or mentally incapable or caring for himself or herself
dependent
If one thing is dependent on another, the first thing will be affected or determined by the second. The treatment of infertility is largely dependent on the ability of couples to pay. = contingent independent see also dependant. the American spelling of dependant
dependent
a covered person who relies on another person for support or obtains health coverage through a spouse, parent or grandparent who is the covered person under a plan
dependent
standing only after a preverbal particle
dependent
A person who is eligible to be enrolled for coverage by the subscriber as determined by the employer and agreed upon with the plan Examples would be a subscriber's spouse or child
dependent
Hanging down; as, a dependent bough or leaf
dependent
another family member covered under a person's health insurance plan May be a spouse and unmarried children who meet eligibility requirements of the plan
dependent
Relying on, or subject to, something else for support; not able to exist, or sustain itself, or to perform anything, without the will, power, or aid of something else; not self-sustaining; contingent or conditioned; subordinate; often with on or upon; as, dependent on God; dependent upon friends
dependent
Relying upon; depending upon
dependent
One who depends; one who is sustained by another, or who relies on another for support of favor; a hanger-on; a retainer; as, a numerous train of dependents
dependent
{s} relying on, needing (the help or support of another); conditional, contingent
dependent
the aorist subjunctive form of a verb; or non-past, perfective form of a verb
dependent
To be dependent on something or someone means to need them in order to succeed or be able to survive. The local economy is overwhelmingly dependent on oil and gas extraction = reliant
dependents
An assertion's dependents are assertions which have some deduction> (inferred argument) mentioning it When an assertion is deleted, its dependents must be examined to see if they should also be removed
dependents
For a particular unit of a program, all those parts of the program which depend on it (e g via a with clause) and which will need recompiling as a result of any changes
dependents
Usually includes a lawful spouse and unmarried children, adopted, step, foster or biological, up to a certain age
dependents
Are considered as dependents : - the children younger than 25 years the holder of which assumes the maintenance, as well as the persons who live under the same roof, benefitting from lower professional and\or replacement income and also the spouse, the cohabitant and ascendants
dependents
plural of dependent
dependents
Any child of the student who receives more than half support from the student (the child does not live with the student), including a natural or adopted child, or a child for whom the student is legal guardian Also, any person who lives with the student and receives more than half support from the student during the award year
dependents
Someone who depends on or needs the help of another for support, including financial support Dependents include a spouse or a child A relative or loved one who is sick or disabled and depends on you for day-to-day and financial support would also be a dependent
dependents
Members covered through a health insurance other than the subscriber, for instance the subscriber's spouse and/or children
dependents
Individuals, generally the subscriber's spouse and/or minor children, who are eligible to receive health care services under the subscriber's contract
depending
present participle of depend
depends
Third person singular of depend
depend