reconciliation

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English - Turkish
uzlaşma

Dinler arasındaki uzlaşma dünya barışının temelidir. - Reconciliation among religions is the foundation of world peace.

barışma
(Avrupa Birliği) uzlaştırma
barıştırma
(Ticaret) teyitleşme
(Ticaret) uyumlaştırma
(Ticaret) anlaşma sağlama
(Ticaret) hesap mutabakatı sağlamak
barış

Dinler arasındaki uzlaşma dünya barışının temelidir. - Reconciliation among religions is the foundation of world peace.

UZLAşTıRMA, UZLAŞMA, UYGUNLUK SAĞLAMA, TELİF: İki veya daha çok hesap arasındaki farkın açıklanması veya birbiri ile ilgili iki veya daha çok hesabın ya da hesap raporu bakiyelerinin mutabakatı için gerekli teferruatlı maddelerin tespit ve beyanı. Hesapların mutabakat haline getirilmesi
(Ticaret) mutabakat
(Askeri) uygunluk sağlama
arabulma
reconciliation statement
mutabakat mektubu
reconciliation statement
(Ticaret) mutabakat cetveli
reconcile
bağdaştırmak
reconcile
{f} uzlaştırmak
reconcile
uzlaşmak
reconcile
barıştırma

Annem çifti barıştırmaya çalıştı. - My mother tried to reconcile the couple.

Annem çifti barıştırmayı denedi. - My mother attempted to reconcile the couple.

reconcile
uydurmak
reconcile
uzlaş

Dan ve Linda yeniden uzlaştı. - Dan and Linda reconciled.

Sami ve Leyla uzlaşmaya karar verdiler. - Sami and Layla decided to reconcile.

reconcile
barıştırmak
reconcile
(Bilgisayar) uzlaştır
reconcile
ahenkleştirmek
reconcile
{f} razı etmek
reconcile
(to ile) kabul ettirmek
reconcile
(düşünce/görüş/vb.) bağdaştırmak
monthly reconciliation
aylık mutabakat
reconcile
(Bilgisayar) karşılaştır
reconcile
reconcilement uzlaşma
reconcile
{f} aralarını bulmak
reconcile
{f} kiliseyi yeniden temizlemek
reconcile
{f} arabuluculuk etmek
reconcile
telif etmek
reconcile
reconci uzlaştır/barıştır
reconcile
ara bulmak
reconcile
reconcile the accounts hesapları mutabık kılmak
reconciliatory
uzlaşma kabilinden
English - English
A Roman Catholic sacrament involving contrition, confession, punishment and absolution; penance
The reestablishment of friendly relations; conciliation or rapprochement

He longed for reconciliation with his estranged father, but too many painful memories kept him from making contact again.

Process of matching and comparing figures from accounting records against those presented on a bank statement
{n} a renewal of love, atonement
(Din) A change from enmity to friendship. It is mutual, i.e., it is a change wrought in both parties who have been at enmity
The process of balancing what spots aired and what spots were ordered is called reconciliation Program events and commercial announcements are sometimes not broadcast according to the schedule on the system-produced log The reason may be that a regularly scheduled program was preempted or perhaps a human or mechanical error forced a change in the schedule To reflect the actual sequence of events, manual revisions are made to the log as needed throughout the broadcast day The differences between the scheduled and aired logs must then be reconciled so that advertisers will be billed properly
Reconciliation is the normalization of relationships between people or groups According to John Paul Lederach, it involves four simultaneous processes--the search for truth, justice, peace, and mercy When all four of these factors are brought together, reconciliation, Lederach says, is achieved
The process of matching and adjusting accounting records for a specific item to bring them into full agreement and to assure that they accurately reflect the quantity, description, etc , of the item
The final step in the appraisal process, in which the appraiser reconciles the estimates of value received from the sales comparison, cost and income capitalization approaches to arrive at a final estimate of market value for the subject property
Reconciliation of a Penitent, is a sacrament in which those who repent of their sins may confess them in the presence of a priest and receive assurance of pardon and the grace of absolution
the reestablishing of cordial relations
Under the terms of MARIA, each retailer aggregates customer metering data (adjusted for local losses) The aggregated data is then passed on to the National Reconcilitation Manager, and is reconciled with metering information from Generators and the Grid Operator Reconciled quantities are then passed on to the Clearing Manager to calculate the amounts owed and to whom
The determination of the items necessary to bring the balance of two or more related accounts or statements into agreement
Checking all bank account papers to make sure that the bank's records and your records agree
{i} settlement, act of restoring harmony, act of reconciling
The 1974 budget act provides for a "reconciliation" procedure for bringing existing tax and spending laws into conformity with caps enacted in the congressional budget resolutions Under the procedure, Congress instructs designated legislative committees to approve measures that adjust revenues and expenditures by a certain amount The committees have the discretion of deciding what changes are made The recommendations of the various committees are consolidated without change by the budget committees into an omnibus reconciliation bill, which must be approved by both houses of Congress
1 The final step in an appraisal process, in which the appraiser reconciles the estimates of value received from the direct sales comparison, cost and income approaches to arrive at a final estimate of market value for the subject property 2 The balancing of entries in a double-entry accounting system (See appraisal)
getting two things to correspond; "the reconciliation of his checkbook and the bank statement" the reestablishing of cordial relations
The final step in the appraisal process, in which the appraiser reconciles the estimates of value received from the market data, cost, and income approaches to arrive at a final estimate of market value for the subject property
The process of getting individual records contained in PMIS fully consistent with the actual status of the personal property item including the item's physical location, actual acquisition cost, etc
getting two things to correspond; "the reconciliation of his checkbook and the bank statement"
The reconciliation of two beliefs, facts, or demands that seem to be opposed is the process of finding a way in which they can both be true or both be successful. the ideal of democracy based upon a reconciliation of the values of equality and liberty
Making one set of figures match another e g matching cash book figures against those in the bank statement
A process of comparing internal financial records (ie journals and ledgers) pertaining to an account with external records (ie bank statements) to ensure that all deposits and withdrawals have been recorded properly and that the balance of funds is correct
The process whereby Congress enforces a budget resolution which requires the authorizing and appropriations committees to spend within the resolution's prescribed limits
A nonviolent struggle is about truth and reconciliation, it is not about victory It is about both sides coming together in truth and justice If one has a defeat and the other a victory, it is not reconciliation
The process used by Congress to amend tax and entitlement programs to meet the instructions in the budget resolution regarding outlay and revenue targets Reconciliation legislation has served recently as the primary vehicle for deficit reduction measures
Reduction to congruence or consistency; removal of inconsistency; harmony
A special legislative procedure established under the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 by which the Congress changes existing laws that affect revenues or direct spending to conform to the revenue and spending targets established in the budget resolution The budget resolution may contain reconciliation instructions, which direct Congressional committees to make changes in revenue or direct spending programs under their jurisdiction to achieve a specified budgetary result The legislation to implement the instructions is usually combined into one comprehensive reconciliation bill Reconciliation affects revenues, direct spending, and offsetting receipts, but usually not discretionary spending See budget resolution, revenues, direct spending, and discretionary spending [Back to top]
Reconciliation between two people or countries who have quarrelled is the process of their becoming friends again. A reconciliation is an instance of this. an appeal for reconciliation between Catholics and Protestants
Matching one set of records against another For example, an employee's expense account against credit card slips and other receipts
Determining the final estimate of value by weighing the results of the various approaches in an appraisal
the last step in the appraisal process, in which all data are compared and the approaches to value considered to arrive at a final estimate of value
The act of reconciling, or the state of being reconciled; reconcilenment; restoration to harmony; renewal of friendship
(Ticaret) The process of comparing two or more sets of data to resolve discrepancies and demonstrate proof of accuracy
Process by which the authorizing committees in the House and Senate change the various programs they administer in order to meet the federal budget target figures
The process by which the DAE synchronizes catalog objects with a given device For more information on this process see Using Devices in the D4 Language Guide
Reconciliation (rèk´en-sîl´ê-â´shen) noun 1 The act of reconciling, or the state of being reconciled; reconcilenment; restoration to harmony; renewal of friendship 2 Reduction to congruence or consistency; removal of inconsistency; harmony Synonyms -- Reconciliment; reunion; pacification; appeasement; propitiation; atonement; expiation
reconcilement
sacrament of reconciliation
The sacrament (sacred ritual) of confessing sins to a priest, being assigned penance and being absolved of those sins. Formerly called confession
reconcile
{v} to make men or things agree
reconciliatory
{a} able or tending to reconcile
Truth and Reconciliation Commission
the TRC in South Africa, a group of people chosen by the government to find out the truth about crimes commited during the time of apartheid, in order to help the people of South Africa to live together in peace
bank reconciliation
Verifying that balances in the bank match those recorded in the books of the association and explaining any differences that exist, such as unpresented cheques This is a critical process in achieving financial accountability Example 3 details
bank reconciliation
A formal comparison of the balance in the checking account as shown on the bank statement with the balance of the cash account in the general ledger, at a given date
bank reconciliation
Verification that your bank statement and your checkbook balance
bank reconciliation
The process of systematically comparing the cash balance as reported by the bank with the cash balance on the company's books and explaining any differences
bank reconciliation
A report that shows the differences between your checkbook balance and what the bank's balance shows It contains a listing of outstanding checks and deposits that the bank has not yet received All differences between your checkbook balance and the bank's balance should be identified (reconciled)
bank reconciliation
Verification of a bank statement balance and the depositor's check-book balance
bank reconciliation
Account analysis showing the difference between the bank statement balance and accounting records balance
bank reconciliation
an analysis that explains the difference between the balance of a checking account shown in the depositor's records and the balance reported on the bank statement (p 386)
bank reconciliation
Report that explains the difference between the book balance of cash and the cash balance reported on the bank statement (See (p 265))
bank reconciliation
Verification of a bank statement balance and the depositor\rquote s check book balance
bank reconciliation
the corroboration and authentication of an adjusted closing balance for a financial institution’s records of the account balances as of a specific date Then the analysis of those items that are causing the difference between the depositor's records and the balance reported on the bank statement
bank reconciliation
is the verification of a bank statement balance and the depositor's checkbook balance
bank reconciliation
Making the bank statement balance agree with the checkbook balance
bank reconciliation
The procedure used to reconcile a company's record of its bank account balance to the record provided by the bank
bank reconciliation
A means of checking that your financial records agree with those held by your financial institution A bank reconciliation also establishes the correct balance in your bank account after adjusting for transactions such as deposits not yet banked and cheques not yet presented
bank reconciliation
The process of systematically comparing cash balance as reported by the bank with the cash balance on the company's books and explaining any differences
bank reconciliation
A report showing the name of each account, the balance per the bank statement for each account, to which is added the outstanding deposits for each account (not credited by the bank) less outstanding checks for each account (all checks expended which have not yet been debited to the account per bank statement) This will give you the reconciled balance for each account A bank reconciliation basically shows the state of the account if all deposits and checks clear the bank
bank reconciliation
making sure the bank statement, checkbook, and books (ledger, journal, etc ) all agree
litany of reconciliation
plea for reconciliation, plea to settle a dispute
matrimonial reconciliation
compromise made between a husband and wife
reconcile
a method of calculating the correct amount of cash in a bank account by taking the opening balance of the account, adding any receipts, deducting any disbursements (not including outstanding checks), and comparing the result with the bank statement ending balance
reconcile
To bring to acquiescence, content, or quiet submission; as, to reconcile one's self to affictions
reconcile
An operation that lets you establish a link between a physical equipment (Reservation Box or Reservation Connector) and a functional connector Only available on CATIA - Systems Space Reservation objects
reconcile
To make the net difference in credits and debits of a financial account agree with the balance
reconcile
come to terms; "After some discussion we finally made up"
reconcile
To cause to be friendly again; to conciliate anew; to restore to friendship; to bring back to harmony; to cause to be no longer at variance; as, to reconcile persons who have quarreled
reconcile
A process to make sure your checkbook balance matches your financial institution's balance for your account
reconcile
To adjust; to settle; as, to reconcile differences
reconcile
{f} restore to a state of harmony, settle, conciliate
reconcile
To make consistent or congruous; to bring to agreement or suitableness; followed by with or to
reconcile
make compatible with; "The scientists had to accommodate the new results with the existing theories"
reconcile
An accounting procedure to reflect agreement of the bank statement to the check register
reconcile
To recreate friendly relationships
reconcile
is the process of balancing records An example is when an individual balances a checking account record with the monthly bank statement Once the records accurately agree, the checking account has been reconciled
reconcile
To make things compatible or consistent
reconcile
If you reconcile yourself to an unpleasant situation, you accept it, although it does not make you happy to do so. She had reconciled herself to never seeing him again. + reconciled rec·on·ciled She felt a little more reconciled to her lot
reconcile
If you are reconciled with someone, you become friendly with them again after a quarrel or disagreement. He never believed he and Susan would be reconciled Devlin was reconciled with the Catholic Church in his last few days
reconcile
accept as inevitable; "He resigned himself to his fate"
reconcile
– To settle or resolve; to make compatible or consistent
reconcile
If you reconcile two people, you make them become friends again after a quarrel or disagreement. my attempt to reconcile him with Toby
reconcile
To compare the results obtained from using two different sources of data, e g comparing the balance obtained from a financial report generated by a departmental shadow system to the same balance that is obtained using data from the official campus financial information system, FIS
reconcile
come to terms; "After some discussion we finally made up
reconcile
To become reconciled
reconcile
bring into consonance or accord; "harmonize one's goals with one's abilities"
reconcile
the act of settle or resolving a difference; keeping things consistent and accurate
reconcile
1 To settle or to resolve a dispute 2 In order to capture an issue in conflict, the debater must demonstrate why her/his analysis of the issue is superior to that of the opposition
reconcile
If you reconcile two beliefs, facts, or demands that seem to be opposed or completely different, you find a way in which they can both be true or both be successful. It's difficult to reconcile the demands of my job and the desire to be a good father Negotiators must now work out how to reconcile these demands with American demands for access
reconciliations
plural of reconciliation
reconciliatory
that reconciles
reconciliatory
{s} serving to restore harmony, settling differences, reconciling
reconciliatory
Serving or tending to reconcile
reconciliation

    Turkish pronunciation

    rekınsîlieyşın

    Pronunciation

    /ˌrekənˌsəlēˈāsʜən/ /ˌrɛkənˌsɪliːˈeɪʃən/

    Etymology

    [ "re-k&n-"si-lE-A-sh&n ] (noun.) 14th century. From Latin reconciliatio (“a re-establishing, reinstatement, restoration, renewal, a reconciling, reconciliation”), from reconciliare

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