formal

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English - Turkish
resmi

O bizimle çok resmîdir. - He is very formal with us.

Resmî bir konuşma hazırlamana gerek yoktur. - There's no need for you to prepare a formal speech.

usule uygun
{s} geleneklere göre
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) formel
{s} biçimsel
{s} kanuna göre
{s} muntazam
{s} düzgün
formal analogy biçimsel karşılaştırma
{i} gece elbisesi
formal logic yapısal man
{i} tuvalet
formal garden geometrik şekillere göre düzenlenmiş şişek bahçesi
resmen

Resmen tanıştırıldığımıza inanmıyorum. - I don't believe we've been formally introduced.

Biz resmen tanıştırılmadık. - We haven't been formally introduced.

(Kanun) usule göre
örgün

Tom az örgün eğitim aldı. - Tom had little formal education.

Neredeyse hiç örgün eğitim almadı. - He had almost no formal education.

formality
{i} resmiyet
formality
formalite

O sadece bir formalite. - It's just a formality.

Genellikle genç insanlar formaliteden hoşlanmazlar. - In general, young people dislike formality.

formal apology
Resmî özür
formal eğitim
(Eğitim) örgün eğitim
formal call
resmi ziyaret
formal education
yaygın öğretim
formal grammar
biçimsel dilbilgisi
formal language
biçimsel dil
formal logic
yapısal mantık
formal logic
genel mantık
formal parameter
biçimsel parametre
formal approval
Resmî onay

Gain formal approval of the plan. / Planın resmi onayını alın(edinin).

formal attire
resmi kıyafetleri
formal document
Resmî belge
formal dress
Resmi kıyafet
formal education
(Eğitim) örgün eğitim
formal letter
Resmî mektup
formal line
resmi sınırlar
formal relation
resmi ilişki
formal semantics
formal semantik
formal statement
Resmi yazı, resmi ifade, resmi bildirim
formal structure
biçimsel yapısı
formal word
resmi kelime
formal advertising
(Askeri) RESMİ İLAN: Fiyat vesaire gibi faktörleri dikkate alarak, en uygun teklifi yapana ihale etmek için resmi usullerle ilan yapılması
formal alert system
(Askeri) RESMİ ALARM SİSTEMİ
formal contract
(Askeri) RESMİ SÖZLEŞME, RESMİ AKİT: Hükümetle müteahhit arasında bir akdi ifade eden sözleşme
formal language
bicimsel dil, simgesel dil
formal method
bicimsel yontem
formal requirement
(Kanun) şekli şart
formal testing
resmi sinama
formal training
(Askeri) RESMİ EĞİTİM (HV.): Resmen açılmış bir kursta, kurs temel kurallarına ve eğitim hedeflerine uygun olarak yürütülen ve gösterilen (özel eğitim dahil) eğitim
formal voice
(Dilbilim) biçimsel çatı
formality
adet
formally
şeklen
formally
şeklen/usulen/resmen
formally
resmen

Resmen tanıştırıldığımıza inanmıyorum. - I don't believe we've been formally introduced.

Hiç kimse resmen suçlanmadı. - Nobody has been formally charged.

formally
usulen
formality
resmilik
formality
teklif
ceremonial
resmi törensel
formalness
resmiyet
made a formal report
resmi rapor hazırla
make a formal report
resmi rapor hazırla
make formal
resmileştir
a formal
resmi
especially a long, formal letter
Özellikle uzun, resmi mektup
formality
formaliteden
formally
seklem
formally
biçimsel olarak
make formal
resmilestir
more formal
daha resmi
non-formal education
Geleneksel eğitim normlarının dışında olan eğitişm
non-formal education
(Eğitim) Örgün olmayan eğitim
pretty formal
oldukça resmi
semi formal
Yarı resmî
ceremonial
{s} resmi
ceremonial
{i} merasim
ceremonial
{i} seremoni
ceremonial
{i} ayin
ceremonial
{s} törensel, merasimle ilgili, resmi
ceremonial
{s} merasimli
ceremonial
{i} tören
ceremonial
ceremonially törensel olarak
ceremonial
{s} törensel
ceremonial
{s} dini törenle ilgili
ceremonial
tören kuralı/tören
formalin
(Tıp) Su ile karıştırılan "Formaldehyde"
formalin
{i} formalin
formalin
{i} karınca asidi
formality
âdet
formality
{i} usul
formality
biçimcilik
formality
resmi olma
formality
{i} tören
made a formal report
(Ticaret) resmi rapor hazırlamak
Turkish - Turkish
(Hukuk) Biçimsel, şekil, surı
English - English
relating to the form or structure of something
official
formalin
Organized; well-structured and planned
being in accord with established forms
ceremonial
{a} ceremonious, stiff, regular, outward
Expressed in a restricted syntax language with defined semantics based on well-established mathematical concepts [9]
Sound; normal
Expressed in a restricted syntax language with defined semantics based on well-established mathematical concepts
formal
something, such as a gown or social affair, that is meant for special occasions
Formal occasions are special occasions at which people wear smart clothes and behave according to a set of accepted rules. One evening the film company arranged a formal dinner after the play. informal Formal is also a noun. a wide array of events, including school formals and speech nights, weddings, and balls
characteristic of or befitting a person in authority; "formal duties"; "an official banquet"
refined or imposing in manner or appearance; befitting a royal court; "a courtly gentleman"
characteristic of or befitting a person in authority; "formal duties"; "an official banquet
Done in due form, or with solemnity; according to regular method; not incidental, sudden or irregular; express; as, he gave his formal consent
Formal speech or behaviour is very correct and serious rather than relaxed and friendly, and is used especially in official situations. He wrote a very formal letter of apology to Douglas Business relationships are necessarily a bit more formal. informal + formally for·mal·ly He took her back to Vincent Square in a taxi, saying goodnight formally on the doorstep. + formality for·mal·ity Lillith's formality and seriousness amused him
being in accord with established forms and conventions and requirements as e
The administrative process by which a hospital records the completion of treatment and/or care and accommodation of a patient This will be because
the conducting of an assessment or evaluation activity in accordance with a prescribed plan, structure, or advance notice See Informal
Belonging to the constitution of a thing, as distinguished from the matter composing it; having the power of making a thing what it is; constituent; essential; pertaining to or depending on the forms, so called, of the human intellect
way of acting or writing in important or serious situations possibly with people you do not know very well
Formal clothes are very smart clothes that are suitable for formal occasions. They wore ordinary ties instead of the more formal high collar and cravat. informal, casual + formally for·mal·ly It was really too warm for her to dress so formally
The qualities in architecture related to form and usually following convention or rules
{s} ceremonious; conventional; according to custom; stiff; strict; symmetrical; requiring fancy dress
Belonging to the form, shape, frame, external appearance, or organization of a thing
Dependent in form; conventional
A level of language; formal is usually the level needed for writing Formal language is much more polite than informal language: He did not hit the ball over the fence
Traditional and generally accepted visual solutions that are strictly observed
Having the form or appearance without the substance or essence; external; as, formal duty; formal worship; formal courtesy, etc
being in accord with established forms and conventions and requirements (as e g of formal dress); "pay one's formal respects"; "formal dress"; "a formal ball"; "the requirement was only formal and often ignored"; "a formal education"
Parameter An identifier declared and used in a function declaration It is replaced by the actual parameter during the call to the function
{i} occasion which requires fancy dress (dance, ball, etc.); evening gown
Language styles
Devoted to, or done in accordance with, forms or rules; punctilious; regular; orderly; methodical; of a prescribed form; exact; prim; stiff; ceremonious; as, a man formal in his dress, his gait, his conversation
stiff, not relaxed
logically deductive; "formal proof"
of formal dress; "pay one's formal respects"; "formal dress"; "a formal ball"; "the requirement was only formal and often ignored"; "a formal education"
Formal education or training is given officially, usually in a school, college, or university. Leroy didn't have any formal dance training. + formally for·mal·ly Mr Dawe was the ancient, formally trained head gardener. see also formality
Black Tie, Dinner Suit or Tuxedo
Being in accordance with rules explicitly established prior to use
represented in simplified or symbolic form
(of spoken and written language) adhering to traditional standards of correctness and without casual, contracted, and colloquial forms; "the paper was written in formal English"
in general, formal considerations have to do with the abstract structure, or pattern, of a subject, rather than with its content Hence formal logic, for example, is concerned not with the content of particular sentences in an argument, but only with their structure of truth values
the active or subjective aspect of something-that is, the aspect which is based on the rational activity of the subject (Cf material )
A formal action, statement, or request is an official one. UN officials said a formal request was passed to American authorities No formal announcement had been made. informal + formally for·mal·ly Diplomats haven't formally agreed to Anderson's plan
formal fallacy
A pattern of reasoning which is always wrong, due to a flaw in the structure of the argument
formal grammar
A precise mathematical description of a formal language, consisting of terminal symbols, nonterminal symbols, a nonterminal symbol serving as start symbol, and a set of production rules that control the expansion of nonterminal symbols into strings consisting of both terminal and nonterminal symbols
formal grammars
plural form of formal grammar
formal language
A set of finite strings (called sentences) over a specified finite alphabet
formal languages
plural form of formal language
formal logic
Mathematical logic
formal logic
A particular logical calculus
formal logics
plural form of formal logic
formal ontology
An ontology with a structure that is guided and defined through axioms
formal parameter
An abstract representation, typically including a name and a type, of a parameter expected to be passed to a method or function
formal science
A study that is concerned with theoretical formal systems, such as logic, mathematics, systems theory and the theoretical branches of computer science, information theory, microeconomics, statistics, and linguistics
formal sciences
plural form of formal science
formal semantics
The study of the semantics, or interpretations, of formal languages
formal system
The grouping of a formal language and a set of inference rules and/or axioms
formal education
(Eğitim) Formal education education in an academic institution
formal prompt
In behavioural psychology or instructional design, a prompt(cue) which provides information about the form of the expected response
formal and informal fallacy
In philosophy, reasoning that fails to establish its conclusion because of deficiencies in form or wording. Formal fallacies are types of deductive argument that instantiate an invalid inference pattern (see deduction; validity); an example is "affirming the consequent: If A then B; B; therefore, A." Informal fallacies are types of inductive argument the premises of which fail to establish the conclusion because of their content. There are many kinds of informal fallacy; examples include argumentum ad hominem ("argument against the man"), which consists of attacking the arguer instead of his argument; the fallacy of false cause, which consists of arguing from the premise that one event precedes another to the conclusion that the first event is the cause of the second; the fallacy of composition, which consists of arguing from the premise that a part of a thing has a certain property to the conclusion that the thing itself has that property; and the fallacy of equivocation, which consists of arguing from a premise in which a term is used in one sense to a conclusion in which the term is used in another sense
formal ceremony
official rite or observance, stately observance
formal channels
accepted procedure, authorized institutions
formal defect
defect which is regular in shape
formal garden
a garden laid out on regular lines with plants arranged in symmetrical locations or in geometrical designs
formal language
Any of the languages people have designed for specific purposes, like representing mathematical ideas or computer programs All programming languages are formal languages
formal language
An alphabet and grammar The alphabet is a set of uninterpreted symbols The grammar is a set of rules that determine which strings of symbols from the alphabet will be acceptable (grammatically correct or well-formed) in that language The grammar may also be conceived as a set of functions taking strings of symbols as input and returning either "yes" or "no" as output The rules of the grammar are also called formation rules See decidable system; finitary formal system; wff
formal language
A formal language over the alphabet S is any subset of S*, where S* is the set of all strings of symbols constructed from S, including the empty string
formal logic
The study of the properties of propositions and deductive reasoning by abstraction and analysis of the form rather than the content of propositions under consideration
formal matters
official business or affairs, official procedure
formal procedures
explicit/official legal proceedings
formal reception
official greeting, ceremonious or stately welcome
formal system
In logic, a formal language together with a deductive apparatus by which some well-formed formulas can be derived from others. Each formal system has a formal language composed of primitive symbols that figure in certain rules of formation (statements concerning the expressions allowable in the system) and a set of theorems developed by inference from a set of axioms. In an axiomatic system, the primitive symbols are undefined and all other symbols are defined in terms of them. In Euclidean geometry, for example, such concepts as "point," "line," and "lies on" are usually posited as primitive terms. From the primitive symbols, certain formulas are defined as well formed, some of which are listed as axioms; and rules are stated for inferring one formula as a conclusion from one or more other formulas taken as premises. A theorem within such a system is a formula capable of proof through a finite sequence of well-formed formulas, each of which either is an axiom or is validly inferred from earlier formulas
essive-formal
The essive-formal case. In the Hungarian language this case combines the essive case and the formal case, and it can express the position, task, state (e.g. "as a tourist"), or the manner (e.g. "like a hunted animal")
formality
A customary ritual without new or unique meaning
formality
The state of being formal
formally
In a formal manner

He dressed quite formally - too formally for the occasion.

formally
In accordance with official procedure

He formally filed a complaint, which involved much paperwork.

formally
In accordance with rigorous rules

He proved it formally but gave his students no intuitive feel for the matter.

formality
The quality which makes a thing what it is; essence
formality
{n} form, ceremony, order, robe
formally
{a} according to rule, ceremoniously
dichloroethyl formal
chemical liquid solvent (mostly used in the production of rubber)
formalities
plural of formality
formalities
a requirement of etiquette or custom
formality
{i} ceremony; procedure; accepted custom; stiffness; conventionality; strictness
formality
Form without substance
formality
Something said or done as a matter of form
formality
That which is formal; the formal part
formality
Formalities are formal actions or procedures that are carried out as part of a particular activity or event. They are whisked through the immigration and customs formalities in a matter of minutes. see also formal
formality
An established order; conventional rule of procedure; usual method; habitual mode
formality
a manner that strictly observes all forms and ceremonies
formality
a requirement of etiquette or custom
formality
The condition or quality of being formal, strictly ceremonious, precise, etc
formality
compliance with formal rules
formality
The dress prescribed for any body of men, academical, municipal, or sacerdotal
formality
Compliance with formal or conventional rules; ceremony; conventionality
formality
If you say that an action or procedure is just a formality, you mean that it is done only because it is normally done, and that it will not have any real effect on the situation. With the Cold War almost over, the talks were a mere formality
formality
compliance with formal rules a manner that strictly observes all forms and ceremonies a requirement of etiquette or custom
formality
The manner in which a thing is conceived or constituted by an act of human thinking; the result of such an act; as, animality and rationality are formalities
formally
By a method prescribed by procedure
formally
In a formal manner; essentially; characteristically; expressly; regularly; ceremoniously; precisely
formally
in a formal manner; "he was dressed rather formally"
formally
with official authorization; "the club will be formally recognized"
formally
with official authorization; "the club will be formally recognized
formally
in a formal manner; "he was dressed rather formally" with official authorization; "the club will be formally recognized
formally
in a formal manner, in a conventional manner
formals
plural of formal
non-formal education
education conducted in a non-traditional way, educational system based on non-traditional principles
Turkish - English

Definition of formal in Turkish English dictionary

formality
(Kanun) false display
formal
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