adjournment

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English - Turkish
oturuma son verme
tehir
ertelenme
{i} geciktirme
{i} erteleme
{i} oturum arası
tecil
adjourn
{f} sonraya bırakmak
adjourn
ertelenmek
adjourn
tecil etmek
adjourn
bitmek
adjourn
ara vermek
adjourn
son vermek oturum vs
adjourn
ertelemek
adjourn
ertele

2.30'a kadar ertelendik. - We are adjourned until 2:30.

Toplantı gelecek haftaya kadar ertelendi. - The meeting was adjourned until the following week.

adjourn
(toplantı, oturum) sona ermek, bitmek
adjourn
oturuma son vermek
adjourn
{f} geciktirmek
adjourn
(Hukuk) toplantıya son vermek
adjourn
{f} (toplantı/oturum) sona ermek, bitmek
adjourn
başka yere git/ertele
adjourn
dağılmak
adjourn
başka güne bırakmak
adjourn
iki celse arasındaki müddet
adjourn
dağılmak adjournment ertelenme
adjourn
{f} son vermek (oturum vs)
adjourn
oturuma son verme

Komite üyeleri oturuma son vermek istese de, başkan devam etmek istiyor. - The Chair wants to continue, even though the committee members want to adjourn.

adjourn
{f} geçmek (bir yere)
adjourn
{f} (bir başka yere) geçmek
English - English
{n} a putting off for a time, a delay
To end a legislative day Recess does not end a legislative day
A decision of a Review Tribunal to reschedule the hearing to another date and time This usually occurs at the hearing
an interruption in play to enable both players to obtain analytical help from their chessmaster-friends, chess libraries, or chess computers
The termination of a sitting of the House of Representatives; and also the period beginning with the termination of a sitting of the House
Termination of daily session
A break in the case, suspending proceedings until a later date or time
The termination of a meeting, with a set date and time of the net meeting (or set subject to the call of the chair in a committee) A motion to adjourn in the Senate creates a new legislative day; so the Senate normally recesses, rather than adjourns, at the end of a day Both houses must agree to a concurrent resolution for either house to adjourn for more than three days
Termination of a legislative day upon the completion of business, with the hour and day of the next meeting being set prior to adjournment
Termination of a meeting, occurring at the close of each legislative day upon the completion of business, with the hour and day of the next meeting being set prior to adjournment
the end of a legislative day or session
The delay or postponement usually to another time of a meeting or action
Putting off a hearing to a later date
Suspension of a hearing
The termination of a meeting Adjournment occurs at the close of each legislative day upon completion of business, with the hour and day of the next meeting set before adjournment
The postponement of an unfinished game The player "on the move" seals his/her next move in an envelope only to be opened when the game resumes
the termination of a meeting
The suspension a court hearing to a future date It may be a specified date or to a date that is not fixed (this is often referred to as being adjourned sine die) Adjournments may be agreed to by consent between the parties, after consultation with the court, or may be ordered by the court
The recess of a legislative house until a later stated time or until the time fixed by its rules for reconvening Sine die adjournment is the final adjournment of a legislative session Each house recesses after its daily session and adjourns sine die at the end of each session
Congress ends a legislative day (which can last longer than 24 hours) by adjournment To adjourn sine die means to conclude a legislative day without setting a day to reconvene (which usually happens at the end of a session)
Termination of legislative activities at the conclusion of each legislative day with indication of the next day's meeting time Neither house may adjourn for more than three days without the consent of the other body
Termination of a session for that day, with the hour and day of the next meeting being set prior to adjournment
The end of a legislative day
A postponement of a criminal case
the act of postponing to another time or place
The final adjournment of a session of a Congress, occurring in November or December of every even-numbered year
The act of postponing a court session to another time or place
Congress ends a legislative day, which sometimes lasts longer than 24 hours
{i} suspension, postponement (of a meeting); state or period of being adjourned
An adjournment is a temporary stopping of a trial, enquiry, or other meeting. The court ordered a four month adjournment. = suspension
The act of adjourning; the putting off till another day or time specified, or without day
The state of being adjourned
the termination of a meeting the act of postponing to another time or place
The action of adjourning
The time or interval during which a public body adjourns its sittings or postpones business
rejournment
adjourn
Temporarily ending an event with intentions to complete it at another time or place
adjourn
To move from one place to another
adjourn
{v} to put off, postpone, defer
Adjourn
To suspend until a later stated time
Adjourn
To put something off to another time eg: if a court case cannot proceed when in comes before the court, it may be adjourned to a later date •Civil Courts
Adjourn
To put off or suspend (the court hearing) until a later date or indefinitely, usually at the discretion of the Court
Adjourn
To postpone action of a convened court or body until another time This time can be specified ("to a date certain") or indefinite
Adjourn
To suspend of postpone a meeting or hearing to a future date
Adjourn
An action to discontinue proceedings for the day; a privileged motion non-debatable, not subject to amendment, and requires for its adoption the assenting votes of a majority of the members present and voting
Adjourn
to put off, postpone or defer
Adjourn
to suspend; to delay a court proceeding through recess
Adjourn
To end a legislative day
Adjourn
to suspend a session to another time or place or indefinitely
Adjourn
Once written ajorn French, à-journer, to put off to another day "He ajorned tham to relie in the North of Garlele " - Longtoft: Chronicle, p 309 Adjournment of the House (See Moving the Adjournment )
Adjourn
To end a legislative session, a day's session or a committee meeting
Adjourn
Once written ajorn French, à-journer, to put off to another day "He ajorned tham to relie in the North of Garlele " - Longtoft: Chronicle, p 309 Adjournment of the House (See Moving the Adjournment )
Adjourn
To end a committee meeting or a legislative session (see also Sine Die) Requires a motion and a second The motion is not debatable
Adjourn
break from a meeting or gathering; "We adjourned for lunch"; "The men retired to the library"
Adjourn
To end daily session
adjourn
Of an event: To end or suspend
adjourn
close at the end of a session; "The court adjourned"
adjourn
To suspend business for a time, as from one day to another, or for a longer period, or indefinitely; usually, to suspend public business, as of legislatures and courts, or other convened bodies; as, congress adjourned at four o'clock; the court adjourned without day
adjourn
break from a meeting or gathering; "We adjourned for lunch"; "The men retired to the library
adjourn
{f} postpone, delay; end a meeting; move to another place
adjourn
If a meeting or trial is adjourned or if it adjourns, it is stopped for a short time. The proceedings have now been adjourned until next week I am afraid the court may not adjourn until three or even later
adjourn
To put off or defer to another day, or indefinitely; to postpone; to close or suspend for the day; commonly said of the meeting, or the action, of convened body; as, to adjourn the meeting; to adjourn a debate
adjourn
close at the end of a session; "The court adjourned" break from a meeting or gathering; "We adjourned for lunch"; "The men retired to the library
adjourn
To postpone
adjournments
plural of adjournment
adjournment
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