prospective

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English - Turkish
{s} muhtemel
{s} olası

Şirket, olası müşterilerini partiye davet etti. - The company invited their prospective customers to the party.

(Tıp) İleriye yönelik ,ileriyi kapsayan
muhtemel/müstakbel
prospektif
{s} müstakbel
umulan
niyetli
beklenen
ümit edilen
(Mukavele) beklenen, ümit edilen; gelecekte olan; muhtemel
prospectivelyileride
istikbalde
{s} gelecekteki
ileriye yönelik
nurşen
prospective application
(Ticaret) beklenen uygulama
prospective application
(Ticaret) olası uygulama
prospective bride
gelin adayı
prospective customers
(Bilgisayar) almaya niyetli müşteriler
prospective driver
sürücü adayı
prospective memory
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) ileriye yönelik bellek
prospective price
(Ticaret) tahmini fiyat
prospective price
(Ticaret) beklenen fiyat
prospective teacher
öğretmen adayı
prospective buyer
muhtemel alıcı
prospect
ihtimal

Onlar yasayla bisiklet kaskı giymek zorunda kalma ihtimali ile karşı karşıyalar. - They now face the prospect of having to wear a cycling helmet by law.

Çok iç karartıcı bir ihtimal. - It's a depressing prospect.

prospect
beklenti

Japonya'nın gelecek için beklentileri kasvetli görünüyor. - The prospects for Japan's future look dismal.

Bu korkutucu bir beklenti. - That's a frightening prospect.

prospect
olasılık
prospect
muhtemel aday
prospect
(Ticaret) muhtemel alıcı
prospect
beklenen şey ümit
prospect
beklenti/manzara/iht
prospect
{i} görünüm

Mali görünümler mükemmel. - The financial prospects are excellent.

prospect
(maden vb) aramak
prospect
altın aramak
prospect
nezaret
prospect
görüş
prospect
(Ticaret) beklenen şey
prospect
bekleme
prospect
petrol aramak
prospect
incelemek
prospect
aramak (altın)
prospect
araştırmak
prospect
(Madencilik) maden araştırmak
prospect
geniş manzara
prospectively
muhtemel şekilde
prospectively
geleceğe dair
prospect
görünüş
prospect
umut

Bu kapının ardında seni hangi parlak umutlar bekliyor? Hiç! - What wonderful prospect is waiting for you on the other side of the door? None!

Zafer umutlarımız şu anda mükemmel. - Our prospects for victory are excellent at the moment.

prospect
{i} ümit
prospect
{f} maden araştır
prospect
(petrol/altın/vb.) aramak
prospect
{i} maden damarı belirtisi
prospect
{i} muhtemel müşteri
prospect
{i} çoğ. başarı şansı: Her prospects are excellent
prospect
in prospect beklenen
prospect
{i} manzara

Otelin güzel bir manzarası var. - The hotel has a good prospect.

prospect
(fiil) maden aramak, aramak (petrol vs.), ümit vermek (maden)
prospect
maden aramak
prospect
ümitle beklenen
prospect
{i} ihtimal, olasılık: The prospect of his finding a job is poor. İş bulma ihtimali az
prospect
prospector maden ocağı arayan kimse
prospect
{f} ümit vermek (maden)
prospect
{f} aramak (petrol vs.)
prospect
maden damarına ait belirti
English - English
Likely or expected to happen or become

Prospective students are those who have already applied to the University, but have yet to be admitted.

Anticipated in the near or far future
anticipated for the near future; "the prospective students"; "his prospective bride"
{a} viewing at a distance, provident
Of or pertaining to a prospect; furnishing a prospect; perspective
Looking forward in time; acting with foresight; opposed to retrospective
A perspective glass
{s} expected, anticipated; likely; coming in the future; possible, potential
concerned with or related to the future; "prospective earnings"; "a prospective mother"; "the statute is solely prospective in operation
You use prospective to describe something that is likely to happen soon. the terms of the prospective deal
You use prospective to describe someone who wants to be the thing mentioned or who is likely to be the thing mentioned. The story should act as a warning to other prospective buyers When his prospective employers learned that he smoked, they said they wouldn't hire him. = would-be
Concerning medical, social, and environmental factors encountered from the time of the beginning of the study until the investigation is terminated {4} Use your browser's "BACK" button to return to the page you were viewing previously
The scene before or around, in time or in space; view; prospect
concerned with or related to the future; "prospective earnings"; "a prospective mother"; "the statute is solely prospective in operation"
A study design that seeks to determine the association between a hypothesised risk factor and the occurrence of illness by sampling both exposed and unexposed subjects and then following them for the period of study See also retrospective
expected or future, as in: The prospective buyer went to the company's Web site to learn about the new product
Going forwards in time
Being within view or consideration, as a future event or contingency; relating to the future: expected; as, a prospective benefit
prospective buyer
person who may be interested in making a purchase
prospective creditor
agent which is expected to become a creditor, person or organization that is likely to authorize a loan
prospective damage
expected damage, damage which can be predicted in advance
prospective son-in-law
future son-in-law, future husband of one's own daughter
prospective(a)
anticipated for the near future; "the prospective students"; "his prospective bride
prospect
The potential things that may come to pass, often favorable
prospect
Any player whose rights are owned by a professional team, but who has yet to play a game for said team
prospect
The facade of an organ
prospect
{n} a view, an object of view, ground of expectation, reason to hope
prospect
A particular prospect is something that you expect or know is going to happen. They now face the prospect of having to wear a cycling helmet by law
prospect
the possibility of future success; "his prospects as a writer are excellent"
prospect
To search, as for gold
prospect
Relative position of the front of a building or other structure; face; relative aspect
prospect
When people prospect for oil, gold, or some other valuable substance, they look for it in the ground or under the sea. He had prospected for minerals everywhere from the Gobi Desert to the Transvaal In fact, the oil companies are already prospecting not far from here. + prospecting pro·spect·ing He was involved in oil, zinc and lead prospecting. + prospector prospectors pro·spec·tor The discovery of gold brought a flood of prospectors into the Territories
prospect
the possibility of future success; "his prospects as a writer are excellent" explore for useful or valuable things or substances, such as minerals search for something desirable; "prospect a job
prospect
The act of looking forward; foresight; anticipation; as, a prospect of the future state
prospect
To make a search; to seek; to explore, as for mines or the like; as, to prospect for gold
prospect
Especially, a picturesque or widely extended view; a landscape; hence, a sketch of a landscape
prospect
{f} search for valuable materials (such as gold, oil, etc.); examine an area for the presence of valuable materials
prospect
That which is embraced by eye in vision; the region which the eye overlooks at one time; view; scene; outlook
prospect
{i} chance, probability of advancement or success; hope, promise; view, vista, scene; outlook, perspective; potential customer (Economics)
prospect
That which is hoped for; ground for hope or expectation; expectation; probable result; as, the prospect of success
prospect
A position affording a fine view; a lookout
prospect
To look over; to explore or examine for something; as, to prospect a district for gold
prospect
If there is some prospect of something happening, there is a possibility that it will happen. Unfortunately, there is little prospect of seeing these big questions answered The prospects for peace in the country's eight-year civil war are becoming brighter There is a real prospect that the bill will be defeated in parliament
prospect
The potential things that may come to pass, usually favorable
prospect
Someone's prospects are their chances of being successful, especially in their career. I chose to work abroad to improve my career prospects
prospect
explore for useful or valuable things or substances, such as minerals search for something desirable; "prospect a job
prospect
(Ticaret) An identified potential consumer of a company's goods or services, often tracked in CRM, SFA or contact management systems
prospectively
In a prospective manner
prospectively
in the future, for the future; through future expectations
prospective
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