disposition

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} yaradılış

Şüphelinin sinirli bir yaradılışı vardı, bir sigara tiryakisiydi ve sapına kadar tırnaklarını yemişti. - The suspect had a nervous disposition, was a chain smoker and had bitten his nails down to the quick.

{i} eğilim
dosya işleme durumu
fıtrat
(Askeri) Mevzilenme, tertip, tertibat
tavır
(Kanun,Ticaret) temlik
cibilliyet
verme
maya
hilkat
meşrep
devir
dispozisyon
mizac

Tom'un kötü bir mizacı var. - Tom has a bad disposition.

satış
elden çıkarma
hal
karakter
(Havacılık) elden geçirme
düzenleme
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yatkınlık
dağıtma
doğa
yapı
mizaç
isteklilik
istek
{i} yetenek
(Nükleer Bilimler) çözüm kararı
{i} düzen
{i} emir
{i} yerleştirme
{i} yaradılış, mizaç, tabiat
(Tıp) Belirli etki ve hastalıklara karşı duyarlık
{i} kullanma yetkisi
temayul
{i} idare
tanzim
kütük işleme durumu
idare/uzlaşma/yapı/eğilim
(Askeri) HAVA TAKTİK DÜZENİ: Bir kol veya uçak grubunu teşkil eden taktik birliklerin belirli bir tertibi
{i} tahsis
{i} kural
seciye
disposition form
(Askeri) işlem formu
disposition by testament
vasiyetle mal bırakma
disposition of funds
fon kullanımı
disposition form
(Askeri) İŞLEM FORMU: Muhabereyi kolaylaştırmak için kullanılan form. Bu form, bir işe başlatmak için mütalaaları kaydetmek, koordinasyon sağlamak veya esas evrakla ilgili diğer işlemleri yapmak üzere kullanılır. Ancak, bu form, bir ilişik olarak kullanılmadığı gibi, daha yüksek bir makama teklif yapmak içinde kullanılmaz
disposition in depth
(Askeri) Derinlikte tertiplenme
disposition level
(Askeri) SON İŞLEM SEVİYESİ: Bak. "disposition"
disposition level
(Askeri) son işlem seviyesi
disposition of income
(Ticaret) gelirin kullanımı
disposition of records
(Askeri) kayıtların son işlemi
disposition of records
(Askeri) KAYITLARIN SON İŞLEMİ, EVRAKIN SON İŞLEMİ: Evrakın, depoya sevki suretiyle veya mikrofilmleri çekilerek küçültme, imha, kullanma veya orduya bağlı olmayan başka bir daireye devir yolu ile ortadan kaldırılması
disposition of records
(Askeri) evrakın son işlemi
disposition quantities
(Askeri) fazla ikmal maddeleri
disposition quantities
(Askeri) FAZLA İKMAL MADDELERİ: Azami son işlem seviyesinden (disposition level) fazla olarak elde bulunan ikmal maddeleri miktarı
direction finding; dispersion factor; disposition form
(Askeri) yön bulma; dağılma faktörü; İşlem Formu
dispositions
tertibat
void disposition
(Kanun) batıl tasarruf
be at s.o.´s disposition
birinin emrine amade olmak
cheerful disposition
neşeli disposition
dispositional
ruhsal
allied disposition list
(Askeri) birlik dağıtım listesi
cargo disposition instructions; conditioned diphase
(Askeri) yük tertibat yönergesi; koşullu iki fazlı
chief admission disposition clerk
(Askeri) KARANTİNA MEMURU, HASTA KABUL VE TABURCU KAYITÇISI: Hastaların hastaneye giriş sırasında kabul işlemlerini ve çıkışta taburcu işlemlerini yapan memur. CHIEF ARMY, NAVY, AIRFORCE, OR MARINE CORPS CENSOR: BİR BİRLEŞİK KOMUTANLIĞIN KARA, DENİZ, HAVA VEYA DENİZ PİYADE ASLİ TEŞKİL KOMUTANI TARAFINDAN 0 KUVVETİN BÜTÜN SANSÜR İŞLEMLERİNİ İSTİŞARE ETMEK ÜZERE ATANAN BİR SUBAY
declaration of property disposition
(Askeri) GENEL FAZLA MAL BEYANI: Genel fazla malın "surplus property" bir mal son işlem dairesine bildirilmesi
dispositions
hazırlıklar
dispositions
plânlar
person authorized to direct disposition of remains
(Askeri) direk olarak ceset kalıntılarının işlemini yapmaya yetkili kişi
testamentary disposition
ölüme bağlı tasarruf
İngilizce - İngilizce
Transfer or relinquishment to the care or possession of another

The court ordered the disposition of all assets.

The arrangement or placement of certain things

The scouts reported on the disposition of the enemy troops.

Temperamental makeup or habitual mood

He was, indeed, a lad of a remarkable disposition; sober, discreet, and pious beyond his age.

Tendency or inclination under given circumstances

Salt has a disposition to dissolve in water.

Control over something

You will have full disposition of these funds.

Final decision or settlement

The disposition of the case will be announced tomorrow.

The set of choirs of strings on a harpsichord

This small harpsichord has a 1 x 4' disposition.

The destination of a patient after medical treatment such as surgery

The patient was given a disposition for outpatient care.

Mood; humor
If you refer to the disposition of a number of objects, you mean the pattern in which they are arranged or their positions in relation to each other. = arrangement
{i} tendency; character, nature, trait; arrangement, placement
Someone's disposition is the way that they tend to behave or feel. The rides are unsuitable for people of a nervous disposition = nature
{n} a method, tendency, temper, state
The list and arrangement of the stops available on a given harpsichord
The court's decision of what should be done about a dispute that has been brought to its attention For instance, the disposition of the court may be that child support is ordered or an obligation is modified
A transaction which leads to the transfer of title of public lands, and/or resources upon or in these lands, from the Federal Government
The actions taken regarding records which are no longer needed to support on- going administrative activities in accordance with the University Records Retention and Disposition Schedule Directions may include destroy, transfer to the University Records Center, transfer to the University Archives, transfer to inactive records storage space, or retain permanently in unit
These are actions taken with regard to non-current records following their appraisal These actions include transfer for temporary storage; transfer to the archives for permanent retention; reproduction on microfilm or another machine readable medium; or destruction
The act or the power of disposing or the state of being disposed as Administration, Control, final arrangement (Settlement - the disposition of the case), transfer to the care or possession of another or the power of such transferal, or orderly arrangement
Tendency to any action or state resulting from natural constitution; nature; quality; as, a disposition in plants to grow in a direction upward; a disposition in bodies to putrefaction
Natural or prevailing spirit, or temperament of mind, especially as shown in intercourse with one's fellow-men; temper of mind
The prevailing tendency, mood, or inclination; temperamental makeup; the tendency of something to act in a certain manner under given circumstances
A final disposition is a legal action which takes place following an adult or juvenile felony arrest Examples are dismissal, acquittal, or conviction Examples of intermediate dispositions are suspended proceedings or the placement of a defendant in one or more programs
The order of a juvenile court determining what is to be done with a minor already adjudged to be within the court's jurisdiction In criminal cases, the settlement of a case
Actions taken with regard to inactive records once the expiration of their retention period has taken place in accordance with legislative, regulatory, or administrative requirement As agreed to on the records schedule for records, or following appraisal, the actions may include transfer to a Records Centre for temporary storage, transfer to an Archives, donation to an eligible repository, reproduction on microfilm, and destruction
This is a legal document, which is signed by the seller and gives you legal title to the property you are buying
A disposition to do something is a willingness to do it. This has given him a disposition to consider our traditions critically = inclination
The action taken regarding records no longer needed for current government business Includes transfer to a storage facility, transfer to another department or agency, transfer to permanent archives, or destruction
The disposition of money or property is the act of giving or distributing it to a number of people. Judge Stacks was appointed to oversee the disposition of funds. = distribution
your usual mood; "he has a happy disposition"
(Aliénation) - means a transaction that alienates real property by sale, lease, exchange, gift, easement, or any other means, such as the surrender of a lease or the relinquishment of a licence or easement; a transfer of administration of real property from one department to another department or an agent Crown corporation; or a transfer of administration and control of real property from the federal government
Action to be taken on a records series at a specified time May entail destruction, usually by means such as shredding, recycling, or electronic wiping, or may entail reformatting, transfer, or permanent retention
the tendency a person has at a given point in time to act in one way or another (i e , to obey the moral law or to disobey it) (Cf predis計osition )
an attitude of mind especially one that favors one alternative over others; "he had an inclination to give up too easily"; "a tendency to be too strict"
The state or the manner of being disposed or arranged; distribution; arrangement; order; as, the disposition of the trees in an orchard; the disposition of the several parts of an edifice
a natural or acquired habit or characteristic tendency in a person or thing; "a swelling with a disposition to rupture"
a natural or acquired habit or characteristic tendency in a person or thing; "a swelling with a disposition to rupture
The term "disposition" has a different application than "discharge " Disposition occurs when the student makes a decision that allows the simulation to proceed to the next level Passing of time may or may not be a clue in recognizing that a disposition has taken place
The act of disposing, arranging, ordering, regulating, or transferring; application; disposal; as, the disposition of a man's property by will
The final settlement of a matter, and with reference to decisions announced by court, judge's ruling is commonly referred to as disposition, regardless of level of resolution In a criminal procedure, the sentencing or other final settlement of a criminal case
The transfer of property to beneficiaries
the final result of a criminal case This may be by a finding of guilty, not guilty, dismissal or a plea of no contest
Conscious inclination; propension or propensity
by a benefic is favorable and especially so if the dispositor is elevated or more elevated than the disposed In synastry, Mutual Disposition (when planets are in each other's signs, e g : Moon in Leo and Sun in Cancer) is very favorable and reduces any surrounding negativity
The disposal of plutonium or enriched uranium, especially stocks arising from dismantled nuclear weapons
(1) The actions taken regarding records no longer needed for current Government business These actions include transfer to agency storage facilities or Federal records centers, transfer from one Federal agency to another, transfer of permanent records to the National Archives, and disposal of temporary records Disposition is the third stage of the records life cycle See also DISPOSAL (1), FINAL DISPOSITION, LIFE CYCLE OF RECORDS, RETENTION PERIOD, RETIREMENT, SCHEDULED RECORDS, SCHEDULING, TRANSFER, UNSCHEDULED RECORDS
(1) tendency to react in a certain way, as in: Pollyanna had an especially cheerful disposition
The act or the power of settling a matter finally; to bring something to its conclusion
The final settlement by the court in a controversy
The final decision by the court in a dispute
your usual mood; "he has a happy disposition" a natural or acquired habit or characteristic tendency in a person or thing; "a swelling with a disposition to rupture
the act or means of getting rid of something
Interest in, and appreciation for, mathematics; a tendency to think and act in positive ways; includes confidence, curiosity, perseverance, flexibility, inventiveness, and reflectivity in doing mathematics
disposure
dispositional
Of, pertaining to, or arising from disposition (in any sense)

dispositional optimism.

defence disposition
defense formation or plan, strategic deployment of forces for the defense of an area
dispositional
Pertaining to disposition
dispositions
plural of disposition
receiving disposition
(Ticaret) A stocking location used in the receiving process, which may include the receiving dock, inspection, hold or material review, final primary or random location and others
disposition