providence

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English - Turkish
{i} takdiri ilâhi

Şans eseri, takdiri ilahi benden yanaydı. - As luck would have it, Providence was on my side.

{i} tedbir
{i} tutum
önsezi
öngörü
tedbirlilik
ihtiyat/takdir
tanrının inayeti
ilahi takdir
hazırlık
tanrı
{i} ihtiyat
{i} tasarruf
{i} allah'ın takdiri
{i} kader

Talih işte, kader benden yanaydı. - As luck would have it, Providence was on my side.

{i} vaktinde gerekli tedbirleri almayı bilme, tedbirlilik
{i} Tanrının inayeti, takdiri ilahi, ilahi takdir
allah

Rastlantı eseri, Allah benden yanaydı. - As luck would have it, Providence was on my side.

sezgi
divine providence
ilahi takdiri
tempt providence
özendirmek tedbir
the Providence
Tanrı
the Providence
Allah
English - English
Any of several cities in the United States, especially the capital of Rhode Island
God, or a guardian deity
The careful guardianship exercised by a deity
The prudent care and management of resources

His providence in saving for his old age is exemplary.

A manifestation of divine care or direction
{n} God's care, foresight, prudence
{i} capital city of Rhode Island (USA); divine supervision or protection; God
any of several cities in the United States, especially the one in Rhode Island
Prudence in the management of one's concerns; economy; frugality
The foreseeing care and guidance of God or Nature over the creatures of the earth
the capital and largest city of Rhode Island; located in northeastern Rhode Island on Narragansett Bay; site of Brown University
literally means foresight, but is generally used to denote God's preserving and governing all things by means of second causes (Ps 18: 35; 63: 8; Acts 17: 28; Col 1: 17; Heb 1: 3) God's providence extends to the natural world (Ps 104: 14; 135: 5-7; Acts 14: 17), the brute creation (Ps 104: 21-29; Matt 6: 26; 10: 29), and the affairs of men (1 Chr 16: 31; Ps 47: 7; Prov 21: 1; Job 12: 23; Dan 2: 21; 4: 25), and of individuals (1 Sam 2: 6; Ps 18: 30; Luke 1: 53; James 4: 13-15) It extends also to the free actions of men (Ex 12: 36; 1 Sam 24: 9-15; Ps 33: 14, 15; Prov 16: 1; 19: 21; 20: 24; 21: 1), and things sinful (2 Sam 16: 10; 24: 1; Rom 11: 32; Acts 4: 27, 28), as well as to their good actions (Phil 2: 13; 4: 13; 2 Cor 12: 9, 10; Eph 2: 10; Gal 5: 22-25)
{i} supervision, protection; care, concern; prudence, frugality, thriftiness
Foresight; timely care or preparation; divine superintendence
the guardianship and control exercised by a deity; "divine providence" the prudence and care exercised by someone in the management of resources the capital and largest city of Rhode Island; located in northeastern Rhode Island on Narragansett Bay; site of Brown University a manifestation of God's foresightful care for His creatures
Is that work of God by which He preserves all His creation, God in providence directs and controls everything in the universe to their appointed ends
God's governing and preserving all His creatures and creation
The act of providing or preparing for future use or application; a making ready; preparation
God’s benevolent intervention to supply needs
a manifestation of God's foresightful care for His creatures
A manifestation of the care and superintendence which God exercises over his creatures; an event ordained by divine direction
God's goodness and benevolent care of all people
The act of giving care or provisions beforehand; foreknowledge Sometimes used for acts of God which are not miraculous, but in some senses miraculous acts are also providencial
the prudence and care exercised by someone in the management of resources the capital and largest city of Rhode Island; located in northeastern Rhode Island on Narragansett Bay; site of Brown University a manifestation of God's foresightful care for His creatures
the prudence and care exercised by someone in the management of resources
the guardianship and control exercised by a deity; "divine providence"
Care or gaurdianship
Foresight; care; especially, the foresight and care which God manifests for his creatures; hence, God himself, regarded as exercising a constant wise prescience
Providence is God, or a force which is believed by some people to arrange the things that happen to us. These women regard his death as an act of providence. = fate. The capital and largest city of Rhode Island, in the northeast part of the state on Narragansett Bay. It was founded by Roger Williams in 1636 as a haven for religious dissenters and became prosperous as a port in the 18th century. Providence was joint capital with Newport until 1900. Population: 160,728. a force which is believed by some people to control what happens in our lives and to protect us. City (pop., 2000: 173,618), capital of Rhode Island, U.S. It is located at the head of Narragansett Bay on the Providence River. Founded in 1636 by Roger Williams as a refuge for religious dissenters, it was partly destroyed in King Philip's War in 1676. It played an important role in the American Revolution and was a major port in trade with the West Indies in the 18th century. Incorporated as a city in 1831, it became the sole capital of the state in 1900. Previously it had shared that honour with Newport since 1854. A seaport and an industrial and commercial centre, it is the focus of a metropolitan area that includes Pawtucket and East Providence. Educational institutions include Brown University and the Rhode Island School of Design
The working of God's will in human events, including His preservation and sovereign government of this world
destiny, God
Divine Providence
the sovereignty, superintendence, or agency of God over events in people's lives and throughout history
New Providence
{i} island in the Bahamas; borough in New Jersey (USA)
New Providence
An island of the Bahamas in the West Indies. Nassau is on the island, which is a popular tourist resort
divine providence
care and assistance from God
tempt Providence
take an unnecessary risk
providence

    Hyphenation

    Pro·vi·dence

    Turkish pronunciation

    prävıdıns

    Pronunciation

    /ˈprävədəns/ /ˈprɑːvədəns/

    Etymology

    [ 'prä-v&-d&n(t)s, ] (noun.) 14th century. From Old French providence, from Latin prōvidentia (“providence, foresight”).

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