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Ben laik bir yaşam tarzı yaşıyorum. - I'm living a secular lifestyle.


Aralık seküler takvimin son ayıdır. - December is the last month of the secular calendar.

Ocak seküler takvimdeki ilk aydır. - January is the first month in the secular calendar.

asırlarca süren
{s} dinsel olmayan
(Ticaret) uzun süreli
(Ticaret) uzun devreli
(Ticaret) uzun vadeli
mahalle papazı
(sıfat) dünyevi, cismani; layık, dini olmayan, ruhani olmayan; manastır sistemine bağlı olmayan; yüz yılda bir vaki olan, asırlık; asırlarca süren
yüz yılda bir vaki olan
{s} dünyasal
{s} sürekli
{s} eskiden kalma
{s} yüzyıllardır süregelen
ruhani olmayan
{s} yüzyılda bir olan
{s} sivil
dini olmayan
manastır sistemine bağlı olmayan
{s} yüzyıllık
(Ticaret) uzun soluklu
secular trend
(Ticaret) seküler trend
secular income
Uzun dönemli sermaye
secular parallax
çağ ıraklık acısı
secular traditions
laiklik gelenekleri
secular cantatas
dini olmayan kantatlar
secular equilibrium
(Çevre) zaman dengesi
secular humanism
(Felsefe) seküler humanizm
secular regime
(Politika, Siyaset) laik düzen
secular rise
çok yavaş yükselme
secular sinking
çok yavaş alçalma
secular stagnation
(Ticaret) seküler durgunluk
secular stagnation
(Ticaret) uzun dönem iktisadi duraklama
secular system
(Politika, Siyaset) laik düzen
secular term
(Askeri) karekteristik
secular term
(Askeri) somut terim
secular variation
(Çevre) seküler değişim
non secular
olmayan laik
Dini yönetime son verme
be secular
laik olmak
din kurumlarından ayrı olma
English - English
Continuing over a long period of time, long-term

on a secular basis.

Unperturbed over time

The secular A and nonsecular B parts of hyperfine interaction for any particular frequencies να and νβ are derived from eqn.(21) by .

Not specifically religious
Of or pertaining to long-term non-periodic irregularities, especially in planetary motion
Not bound by the vows of a monastic order

secular clergy in Catholicism.

Temporal; something that is worldly or otherwise not based on something timeless
Happening once in an age or century

The secular games of ancient Rome were held to mark the end of a saeculum and the beginning of the next.

{a} worldly, laical, not bound by vows
Long term as opposed to seasonal or cyclical BACK TO TOP
Not of the Church In the 15th Century the secular authorities were the princes and kings that ruled the
Referring to long-term changes that take place slowly and imperceptibly Commonly used to describe changes in elevation, tilt, and stress or strain rates that are related to long-term tectonic deformation For example, a mountain that is growing is getting taller so slowly that we cannot see it happen, but if we were to measure the elevation one year and then the next, we could see that it has grown taller
{s} worldly, pertaining to the material (as opposed to the spiritual or religious); nonreligious in nature; not belonging to a religious order
A secular ecclesiastic, or one not bound by monastic rules
Not sacred; relating to the worldly
happening from age to age, as the secular games of ancient Rome
Long-term (10-50 years or more) time frame
Pertaining to an age, or the progress of ages, or to a long period of time; accomplished in a long progress of time; as, secular inequality; the secular refrigeration of the globe
Music with non-religious lyrics, opposite of sacred
Matters not regarded as religious, spiritual or sacred The secular world exists outside Church orders
Belonging to the laity; lay; not clerical
Of or pertaining to this present world, or to things not spiritual or holy; relating to temporal as distinguished from eternal interests; not immediately or primarily respecting the soul, but the body; worldly
Non-religious in nature
Long term as opposed too seasonal or cyclical
Not specifically religious, ecclesiastical or clerical; relating to the worldly or temporal
A layman, as distinguished from a clergyman
term used to describe early music with no connection to religion, that is not sacred music
This does not mean non-Christian! It means not part of a celibate religious community
You use secular to describe things that have no connection with religion. He spoke about preserving the country as a secular state. religious
concerning those not members of the clergy; "set his collar in laic rather than clerical position"; "the lay ministry"; "the choir sings both sacred and secular music"
Pertaining to long periods of time on the order of a century, as secular perturbations, secular terms
A long-term trend as opposed to a cyclical or short-term trend
1) in relation to clergy, priests living in the world, not under a rule, who are bound by no vows and may possess property, working under the authority of a bishop: 2) more generally, refers to people who are not clergy, the laity
A church official whose functions are confined to the vocal department of the choir
things not regarded as religious or spiritual
not church-related, not having to do with religion
not religious; not connected with a church, synagogue, mosque, pagoda, temple, or other religious institution
Having no religous connection
Long-term time frame (10-50 years or more)
Coming or observed once in an age or a century
of or marked by secularism (see secularism); relating to earthly things as distinguished from things relating to religion
Not regular; not bound by monastic vows or rules; not confined to a monastery, or subject to the rules of a religious community; as, a secular priest
Anything that is not religious
secular Jew
Person of Jewish heritage, but not observant of Judaism
secular Jews
plural form of secular Jew
secular progressivism
An alleged movement in the United States with the ostensible goal of removing religion from the public sphere
Secular Games
(Latin; Ludi saeculares) Celebrations held in ancient Rome at the beginning of a new saeculum, or generation. Similar games were originally held by the Etruscans as offerings to the underworld gods. The Romans initially worshiped the underworld gods but later introduced Apollo, Diana, and Leto in a festival that lasted three days and nights. More days were added later. The first known Roman games were held in 249 BC, the second in 146, and the third in 17 under Caesar Augustus. Later games, held in AD 47, 88, 147, 204, 248, and 262, included sports, music, theatre, and circuses. The games ceased in the 4th century AD under Constantine I, who converted to Christianity
secular life style
lifestyle that is not religious, lifestyle that does not include following religious laws
secular music
music that does not have religious origins or meanings
In favour of secular rather than religious government and laws, especially in an openly Jewish or Moslem state
{n} worldliness, a worldly state
{n} the act of converting from an ecclesiastical to a secular use
Supreme attention to the things of the present life; worldliness
{i} belief in the separation of religious and civil affairs
The state of being secular
The act of rendering secular, or the state of being rendered secular; conversion from regular or monastic to secular; conversion from religious to lay or secular possession and uses; as, the secularization of church property
The process of making secular
{i} act of making secular, act of making nonreligious, act of making worldly
so it is no longer under the control or influence of religion
transfer of property from ecclesiastical to civil possession
transfer of property from ecclesiastical to civil possession the activity of changing something art or education or society or morality etc
the activity of changing something (art or education or society or morality etc ) so it is no longer under the control or influence of religion
In a secular or worldly manner
in a secular manner, in a nonreligious manner, worldly