patently

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English - Turkish
açıkça

Bu açıkça adil değil. - This is patently unfair.

z. açıkça, aşikâr olarak
patentli olarak
patent
{s} belli
patent
patent,v.patent al: n.patent
patent
{s} aşikâr
patent
{i} tescil
patent
(Nükleer Bilimler) buluş belgesi
patent
buluş hakkı
patent
berat
patent
patent
patent
görünen
patent
patentli

Neden bunu patentli almıyorsun? - Why don't you get it patented?

patent
açık

Bu açıkça adil değil. - This is patently unfair.

patent
ihtira beratı
patent
(Tıp) İmtiyazlı, patentalı
patent
buluşbelgesi
patent
tescilli
patent
patent vermek
patent
patent almak
patent
imtiyazım vermek veya almak
patent
açık/patentli
patent
patentli mal/patent
patent
(Tıp) Açık (damar)
patent
patent al

Carl Benz 1886 yılında ilk araba için patent aldı. - Carl Benz obtained in 1886 the patent for the first car.

patent
herkese açık
patent
{f} patentini almak
patent
meydanda
patent
herkes tarafından anlaşılabilir
patent
imtiyazla temin etmek
patent
ortada
patent
{i} patent, imtiyaz
patent
besbelli
patent
{i} imtiyazlı arazi
Turkish - Turkish

Definition of patently in Turkish Turkish dictionary

PATENT
(Hukuk) İhtira beratı, bulgu belgesi
patent
Bir buluşun veya o buluşu uygulama alanında kullanma hakkının bir kimseye ait olduğunu gösteren belge
patent
Gemilere ayrıldıkları limanın sağlık durumu için verilen belge
patent
Bir durum veya bir işi yalnızca kendi yetkisi altında görme: "Çünkü Türkiye'de patenti yabancı şöhretlerin elinde bulunan heykeltıraşlık Türk sanatkârına para getirmez."- P. Safa
patent
Uyrukluk belgesi
patent
Bir durum veya bir işi yalnızca kendi yetkisi altında görme
English - English
In a clear and unambiguous manner
Openly; evidently
{s} openly, in an exposed manner, manifestly; clearly, obviously, evidently
very clearly
unmistakably (`plain' is often used informally for `plainly'); "the answer is obviously wrong"; "she was in bed and evidently in great pain"; "he was manifestly too important to leave off the guest list"; "it is all patently nonsense"; "she has apparently been living here for some time"; "I thought he owned the property, but apparently not"; "You are plainly wrong"; "he is plain stubborn"
patent
To successfully register an invention with a government agency; to secure a letter patent
patent
Explicit and obvious
patent
Open, unobstructed, expanded

That is a patent ductus arteriosus.

patent
A specific grant of ownership of a piece of property; a land patent
patent
{v} to make grants of, under authority
patent
{a} open, public, appropriated, exclusive
patent
{n} a grant of an exclusive right, a charter
patent
A document making a grant and conveyance of public lands
patent
A patent secures to an inventory the exclusive right to make, use and sell an invention for 17 years Inventors should contact the U S Department of Commerce Patent Office
patent
A document defining the rights conferred by the grant, but often used generally to mean any published specification A patent, which is the mature form of a patent application, consists of drawings of the invention, a specification explaining it, and claims which define the scope of exclusivity
patent
emphasis You use patent to describe something, especially something bad, in order to indicate in an emphatic way that you think its nature or existence is clear and obvious. This was patent nonsense. a patent lie. = obvious + patently pa·tent·ly He made his displeasure patently obvious = clearly. a special document that gives you the right to make or sell a new invention or product that no one else is allowed to copy patent on/for. Government grant to an inventor of the exclusive right to make, use, or sell an invention, usually for a specified term. It may be granted for a process or method that is new, useful, and not obvious, or for a new use of a known process, machine, or composition of matter or material, including asexually reproduced plants and genetically engineered organisms. It may also be granted for any new, original, and ornamental design for an article of manufacture. The first recorded patent for an industrial invention was granted in 1421 in Florence to the architect and engineer Filippo Brunelleschi. Until recently there were wide variations in the patent systems implemented by different countries. The duration of patents recognized generally ranged from 16 to 20 years. In some countries (e.g., France), some patents were given shorter terms because the inventions had an overall general usefulness. In communist countries (e.g., the Soviet Union), patents per se were not recognized; instead, certificates were issued to inventors to ensure that they received some form of compensation for their work. The agreement establishing the World Trade Organization in the 1990s specifies a minimum set of exclusive rights that all patentees must be accorded and mandates a minimum patent term of 20 years from the date an application is filed. Patents are considered personal property and may be sold, assigned, or otherwise transferred
patent
A patent is an exclusive right granted for an invention, which is a product or a process that provides a new way of doing something, or offers a new technical solution to a problem A patent provides protection for the invention to the owner of the patent for a limited period, generally 20 years
patent
A declaration issued by a government agency declaring someone the inventor of a new invention and having the privilege of stopping others from making, using or selling the claimed invention; a letter patent
patent
a patent is one of those rights which come under the general heading of intellectual property A patent is the right of an individual or company to profit from a particular invention or unique manufacturing process, and must be registered in each country in which they wish that invention or process to be protected by law Once registered, a person can grant to a third party a license to exploit the invention or process in return for the payment of a fee usually known as a royalty
patent
a government decree giving an inventor the exclusive right to produce, use, or sell an invention
patent
provides the patent holder, or patentee, the right to exclude others from making, using, selling, offering for sale, or importing an invention for 20 years from the date of the patent's issuance A patent is a government-sponsored monopoly, designed to reward the inventor by providing him with incentive to risk time, effort, and money in developing new technologies In order to earn patent protection, an invention must be New Useful Nonobvious
patent
grant rights to; grant a patent for (of a bodily tube or passageway) open; affording free passage; "patent ductus arteriosus
patent
make open to sight or notice; "His behavior has patented an embarrassing fact about him"
patent
a legal document giving inventors the exclusive rights to their invention for a number of years
patent
The exclusive right of an inventor to make, use, or sell his invention for a period of years A patent is an intangible asset that may be depreciated over its remaining life The sale of a patent usually results in long-term capital gain treatment
patent
in British English.1. A patent is an official right to be the only person or company allowed to make or sell a new product for a certain period of time. P&G applied for a patent on its cookies He held a number of patents for his many innovations
patent
A legal protection of a new invention for a limited period of time in return for revealing the information
patent
clearly apparent or obvious to the mind or senses; "the effects of the drought are apparent to anyone who sees the parched fields"; "evident hostility"; "manifest disapproval"; "patent advantages"; "made his meaning plain"; "it is plain that he is no reactionary"; "in plain view"
patent
An incorporeal statutory right that gives an inventor, for a limited period, the exclusive right to use or sell a patented product, or to use a patented method or process
patent
A license that secures the holder the exclusive right to make, use or sell and invention
patent
obtain a patent for; "Should I patent this invention?"
patent
A patent is legally enforceable grant that gives the inventor the exclusive right to commercially exploit the invention for the life of the patent
patent
pat
patent
The right or privilege conferred by such a document; hence, figuratively, a right, privilege, or license of the nature of a patent
patent
See Letters patent, under 3d Letter
patent
An exclusive right granted for 17 years by the federal government to manufacture and sell an invention
patent
Spreading; forming a nearly right angle with the steam or branch; as, a patent leaf
patent
pa·tent patents patenting patented The pronunciation is also used for meanings
patent
Covers new inventions (process, machine, manufacture, composition of matter), or any new and useful improvement of an existing invention
patent
Appropriated or protected by letters patent; secured by official authority to the exclusive possession, control, and disposal of some person or party; patented; as, a patent right; patent medicines
patent
A "patent" is a document issued by a national government granting the patentee the exclusive right to manufacture, use or sell the invention described in the patent for a prescribed interval of time After that interval of time has expired, the invention is "on the public domain", which means that it is free for anyone to use without payment to the patentee Click HERE to see more information on patent and patent application information
patent
and
patent
A (special, alienable, prima facie) legal right granted by the government to use, or at least (in the case there are other patents which your use of your patent would infringe) to bar others from using a device, design or type of plant that you have created (In the US restrictions last for 17 years for useful devices, and 14 years for designs ) To patent a device one must prove that it is useful, original and not obvious Patents are subject to challenge in court and may be upheld or overturned
patent
Patent leather: a varnished, high-gloss leather typically used for shoes and accessories
patent
{s} protected by a patent; clear; obvious, evident; ingenious, innovative
patent
a document granting an inventor sole rights to an invention
patent
a legal granting of the right to stop others from making, using, offering for sale, or selling an invention There are three types of U S patents: utility (machines, products, processes, compositions), design (protection for "aesthetic appearance"), and plant (asexually reproduced plants) See SIUC's Patent and Copyright Policy
patent
a written document that allows an inventor exclusive rights to make, use, or sell an invention for a number of years
patent
{f} receive a patent, receive exclusive rights to an invention or design
patent
A patent is an intellectual property right relating to inventions - that is, to advances made in a technical field A patent for an invention is granted by the government to the applicant, and gives him the right for a limited period to stop others from making, using or selling the invention without permission In return for this right, the applicant must disclose how his invention works in sufficient detail When a patent is granted, the applicant becomes the owner of the patent Like any other form of property, a patent can be bought, sold, licensed or mortgaged Patents are territorial rights, so a UK patent will only give the owner rights within the United Kingdom and rights to stop others from importing products into the United Kingdom
patent
Open to public perusal; said of a document conferring some right or privilege; as, letters patent
patent
A legal grant issued by a government permitting an inventor to exclude others from making, using, or selling a claimed invention during the patent's term The TRIPS Agreement mandates that the term for patent applications filed after June 7, 1995, runs 20 years from the filing date To receive patent protection, an invention must display patentable subject matter (a process, machine, article of manufacture), originality, novelty, nonobviousness, and utility Current U S law is based on the 1952 Patent Code As a signatory to the 1883 Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property, the United States belongs to the premier international patent treaty organization, the Paris Union
patent
If you patent something, you obtain a patent for it. He patented the idea that the atom could be split a patented machine called the VCR II
patent
an official document granting a right or privilege
patent
a document granting an inventor sole rights to an invention an official document granting a right or privilege make open to sight or notice; "His behavior has patented an embarrassing fact about him"
patent
A letter patent, or letters patent; an official document, issued by a sovereign power, conferring a right or privilege on some person or party
patent
A writing securing to an invention
patent
The sole right, granted by the government, to sell, use, and manufacture an invention or creation
patent
Open; expanded; evident; apparent; unconcealed; manifest; public; conspicuous
patent
{i} exclusive right to an invention or design; invention or design that is protected by a patent
patent
(of a bodily tube or passageway) open; affording free passage; "patent ductus arteriosus"
patent
grant rights to; grant a patent for
patent
A government grant giving an inventor the exclusive right to make or sell his or her invention for a term of years
patent
To grant by patent; to make the subject of a patent; to secure or protect by patent; as, to patent an invention; to patent public lands
patent
A Government deed; a document that conveys legal title to public lands to the patentee Public domain lands are patented; acquired lands are deeded by the Government
patent
Intellectual property protection of the embodiment of an idea A patent is the statutory monopoly property right granted by the government to prevent others from making, using or selling what was patented for a set period (commonly 20 years from the patent date) in exchange for making public the information in the patent document
patently

    Hyphenation

    pat·ent·ly

    Turkish pronunciation

    pätıntli

    Pronunciation

    /ˈpatəntlē/ /ˈpætəntliː/

    Etymology

    [ 1-3 are 'pa-t& ] (adjective.) 14th century. patent +‎ -ly

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