premise

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English - Turkish
{i} öncül

Senin öncülüne katılmıyorum. - I disagree with your premise.

Kitabın ana fikri yanlış bir öncüle dayanıyordu. - The main idea of the book relied on a false premise.

terim
(isim) öncül
(Matematik) mukaddem
sayıltı
kaziye
dayanak çekidi
i., man. öncül; terim
bir önerme veya tartışmanın nedeni olarak ileri sürmek
mukaddeme
tanıtma veya açıklama yoluyle önceden belirtmek
{f} önermenin nedeni olarak göstermek
{f} önceden açıklamak
açıkla
belit
aksiyom
premises
{i} mülk
premise, presuppose
öncül, önceden varsaymak
premises
{i} (bir kuruma/kişiye ait) bina/arazi
premises
terim
premiss
(Felsefe) öncüller
major premise
büyük önerme
major premise
büyük terim
minor premise
küçük terim
premises
emlak
premises
tesis
premises
öncüller
premises
içindeki malzemeler
premises
taşınmaz
premises
şirket binası
premises
(Kanun) müştemilat
premises
bir kuruma ait iş yeri
premises
yerleşke
premises
dükkanın odaları ve arazisi
premises
arsa
premises
(Ticaret) bina ve ayrıntıları
premises
bina ve eklentileri
premiss
kaziye
premiss
mukaddeme
minor premise
küçük önerme
premises
bina ve müştemilatı
premiss
terim
premises
çevre
major premise
büyük öncül
minor premise
man. küçük önerme
off premise
öncül off
on-premise
şirket içi
the basic premise
temel dayanak noktası
customer premise equipment
(Askeri) müşteri ana teçhizatı
false premise
yanlış öncül
major premise
man. büyük önerme
minor premise
man. küçük terim
premises
emlak/öncüller
premises
açıkla
premises
arazi
premises
taşınmaz mülk
premises
{i} yer
premises
ana maddeler
premiss
öncül
premiss
i., man., bak. premise
quit of premise
(Kanun) kiralananı terk
English - English
To make a premise
A proposition antecedently supposed or proved; something previously stated or assumed as the basis of further argument; a condition; a supposition
Matters previously stated or set forth; esp., that part in the beginning of a deed, the office of which is to express the grantor and grantee, and the land or thing granted or conveyed, and all that precedes the habendum; the thing demised or granted
A piece of real estate; a building and its adjuncts (in this sense, used most often in the plural form)

trespass on another’s premises.

Either of the first two propositions of a syllogism, from which the conclusion is deduced
To state or assume something as a proposition to an argument
a judgment as a conclusion
A proposition on which an argument is based on or from which a conclusion is drawn
Refers to a statement or assertion that forms the basis for an approach or position
{v} to lay down premises, to preface
take something as preexisting and given
A proposition upon which an argument is based or from which a conclusion is drawn A starting point of reasoning For example, one might say, in commenting on someone's reasoning, "You seem to be reasoning from the premise that everyone is selfish in everything they do Do you hold this belief?
that part in the beginning of a deed, the office of which is to express the grantor and grantee, and the land or thing granted or conveyed, and all that precedes the habendum; the thing demised or granted
the central concept from which a series of jokes or a routine is written
a statement in an argument that serves to provide evidence for the truth of a claim
The spelling premiss is also used in British English for meaning 2
is used to control the continuity of the piece This is a "What If" statement Premise Driven-the presentation (the "patter, " plot, staging, and technical handling) is developed from a premise
basis; principle
A piece of real estate; a building and its adjuncts; as, to lease premises; to trespass on another's premises
furnish with a preface or introduction; "She always precedes her lectures with a joke"; "He prefaced his lecture with a critical remark about the institution"
set forth beforehand, often as an explanation; "He premised these remarks so that his readers might understand"
The physical location where a utility service is located (for example, where the meter is installed or trash is picked up) See the explanation of Separate Customer Account # and Premise # for more information
Matters previously stated or set forth; esp
{i} proposition, basic assumption, presupposition, fundamental presumption
To set forth beforehand, or as introductory to the main subject; to offer previously, as something to explain or aid in understanding what follows; especially, to lay down premises or first propositions, on which rest the subsequent reasonings
To send before the time, or beforehand; hence, to cause to be before something else; to employ previously
A supporting claim in an argument
A premise is something that you suppose is true and that you use as a basis for developing an idea. The premise is that schools will work harder to improve if they must compete = assumption
Either of the first two propositions of a syllogism, from which the conclusion is drawn
A proposition that is offered in support of the truth of another proposition (the conclusion) in an argument
To make a premise; to set forth something as a premise
The premises of a business or an institution are all the buildings and land that it occupies in one place. There is a kitchen on the premises The business moved to premises in Brompton Road
it is the rule (often time unstated) that governs a thesis and its rationale A premise, thesis, and rationale make up a syllogism Here is an example: premise - all birds have feathers; rationale: (because) the sparrow has feathers; thesis (therefore) the sparrow is a bird
take something as preexisting and given set forth beforehand, often as an explanation; "He premised these remarks so that his readers might understand
{f} assume, hypothesize, theorize, presume, postulate
A statement whose truth is used to infer that of others; see argument Also see MacE
a statement that is assumed to be true and from which a conclusion can be drawn; "on the assumption that he has been injured we can infer that he will not to play"
premiss
major premise
In a categorical syllogism, the premise whose terms are the syllogism's major term and middle term
minor premise
In a categorical syllogism, the premise whose terms are the syllogism's minor term and middle term
premises
The subject of a conveyance or deed
premises
land, and all the built structures on it, especially when considered as a single place
premises
plural form of premise
premises
the place in which a company does business: an office, shop, workshop, factory, warehouse, etc
premises
In an argument, the propositions or reasoning you give for accepting the conclusion of an argument
premises
{n} antecedent matter, houses
premiss
{n} an antecedent proposition or term
To premise
premit
major premise
the premise of a syllogism that contains the major term (which is the predicate of the conclusion)
major premise
The premise containing the major term in a syllogism
minor premise
the premise of a syllogism that contains the minor term (which is the subject of the conclusion)
minor premise
The premise in a syllogism containing the minor term, which will form the subject of the conclusion
premised
If a theory or attitude is premised on an idea or belief, that idea or belief has been used as the basis for it. All our activities are premised on the basis of `Quality with Equality'. be premised on/upon sth to be based on a particular idea or belief
premises
A defined portion of land and the improvements thereon as usually described in a deed, deed of trust or mortgage
premises
land and buildings together considered as a place of business; "bread is baked on the premises"
premises
A descriptive term for the land, building or parts thereof involved in a particular transaction
premises
A defined portion of land and the improvements thereon as usually described in a deed, deed of trust, or mortgage
premises
In commercial real estate, the description of the leasehold and the specific square footage for which the parties enter into a lease
premises
The words of conveyance in a deed; e g , "do hereby grant and convey "
premises
The building insured or containing the insured property Depending on policy conditions, it may also include an adjacent area
premises
Shall mean land or building or part thereof in respect of which separate meter or metering arrangements have been made by the Board/licensee for supply of electricity
premises
The particular location of a property or a portion thereof as designated in a policy
premises
logic, plural of premise
premises
land and buildings together considered as a place of business; "bread is baked on the premises
premises
The particular location of property or a portion thereof as designated in a policy
premises
Generally, a piece of land with a building or buildings upon it
premises
land and the buildings on it, or a building or part of a building In the Guide this term is often used as a broad term covering the various types of rental premises, from farms and houses to single condominium and apartment units
premises
land, and all the built structures on it, especially when considered as a single place of business
premises
A tract of land including its buildings forming the subject of conveyance
premises
- The particular location of property or a portion thereof as designated in a policy
premises
{i} property; site, area; grounds, lands; office or building with the grounds belonging to it
premises
Building including the land immediately surrounding it and belonging to it
premises
Statements offered as reasons to support a conclusion are premises Logicians generally pay more attention to the reasoning, that is, the relationship between premises and conclusion They rely on scientists to determine the accuracy of the premises
premises
The subject property, such as the property which is deeded or the unit that is leased
premises
Telephony term for the space occupied by a customer or authorized/joint user in a building(s) on continuous or contiguous property (except railroad rights of way, etc ) not separated by a public road or highway
premises
The parcel of land, lot or lots, on which the development, improvement, or service is planned (As stated in Section 1-2 of the Rules and Regulations )
premises
the statements contained in an argument, excluding the conclusion
premises
The problems of medieval nomenclature make consistency in the form of names very difficult to achieve The schematic approach to normalization of medieval nomenclature in this database depends on two premises: that the the inputter has competency in medieval materials and his/her judgment is trustworthy; that the goal is to input material with the greatest possible dispatch and with the least possible research/authority-check time Implicitly, we thus expect that end-users of the database will perform multiple searches for a given author, under multiple forms of a name
premises
Location and/or building insured
premises
The particular location of property or a portion thereof as designated in a policy (G)
premises
(Lieux assurés or Locaux assurés) Building, etc including the land immediately surrounding and belonging to it
premiss
a statement that is assumed to be true and from which a conclusion can be drawn; "on the assumption that he has been injured we can infer that he will not to play"
premiss
take something as preexisting and given
premiss
alternative spelling of premise
under the premise
influenced by the supposition
premise
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