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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} varlık
(Ticaret) birim
(Ticaret) işletme bölümü
{i} tüzellik
(Askeri) kuruluş
(Tıp) Belli özelliklere sahip bağımsız herhangi bir şey, varlık, mevcudiyet
(Ticaret) başlıbaşına varoluş
(Ticaret) eşebbüs
(Ticaret) tüzel kişi
(Ticaret) teşebbüs
(Tıp) entiti
(Ticaret) işletme
tek ve bağımsız varlık
(Tıp) kendine has belirtilerle karakterize hastalık veya patolojik durum
{i} varoluş
{i} öz
legal entity
tüzel kişi
entity tag
(Bilgisayar) varlık etiketi
Entity concept
Kişilik kavramı.Muhaebenin temel kavramlarından kişilik kavramı
entity relationship diagram
varlık ilişki diyagramı
entity relationship model
varlık ilişki modeli
entity-relationship diagram (10)
ilişkisel diyagramı (10)
foreign entity
(Ticaret) yabancı kuruluş
foreign entity
(Ticaret) yabancı işletme
foreign entity
(Ticaret) yabancı birim
government entity
(Ticaret) devlet kuruluşu
legal entity
(Politika, Siyaset) hükmi şahsiyet
legal entity
(Kanun) tüzel kişiliğe sahip
reporting entity
(Ticaret) raporlayan işletme
legal entity
hükmi şahıs
authenticating entity
varlık authenticating
business entity
ticari işletmenin
existence; entity; creature
varlığı; varlık; yaratık
legal entity status
tüzel kişilik perdesi
separate entity
ayrı bir varlık
the entity
autonomous economic entity
(Ticaret) bağımsız ekonomik birim
combined entity
(Ticaret) birleşik banka
contracting entity
(Ticaret) sözleşme yapan kurum
economic entity
(Ticaret) ekonomik kişilik
legal entity
hukuki varlık
natural entity
(Ticaret) gerçek kişi
tourist trade entity
(Turizm) seyahat ticareti kuruluşu
village legal entity
köy tüzel kişiliği
withholding entity
(Ticaret) vergi ödenen birim
İngilizce - İngilizce
An existent something that has the properties of being real, and having a real existence
That which has a distinct existence as an individual unit. Often used for organisations which have no physical form

It is also pertinent to note that the current obvious decline in work on holarctic hepatics most surely reflects a current obsession with cataloging and with nomenclature of the organisms—as divorced from their study as living entities.

The state or quality of being or existence

The group successfully maintains its tribal entity.

An organized array or set of individual elements or parts
{n} being, real being, real existence
An entity is a self-contained piece of data that can be referenced as a unit You can refer to an entity by a symbolic name in the DTD or the document An entity can be a string of characters, a symbol character (unavailable on a standard keyboard), a separate text file, or a separate graphic file
A real being, whether in thought (as an ideal conception) or in fact; being; essence; existence
XML structural construct A file, database record, or another item that contains data The primary purpose of an entity is to hold content—not structure, rules, or grammar Each entity is identified by a unique name and contains its own content, from a single character inside the document to a large file that exists outside the document The function of an XML entity is similar to that of a macro definition The entity can be referred to by an entity reference to insert the entity's contents into the tree at that point Entity declarations occur in the DTD
{i} being, something that exists; thing; essential nature
A name assigned (by means of a declaration) to some chunk of data so it can be referred to by that name; the data can be of various kinds (a special character or a chapter or a set of declarations in a DTD, for instance), and the way in which it is referred to depends on the type of data and where it is being referenced: SGML has parameter, general, external, internal, and data entities
an entity is a logical or physical storage unit containing document content Entities may be composed of parseable XML markup or character data, or unparsed (i e , non-XML, possibly non-textual) content Entity content may be either defined entirely within the document entity ("internal entities") or external to the document entity ("external entities") In parsed entities, the replacement text may include references to other entities
In Entity-Relationship modeling, a distinguishable object about which data is kept For example, you can have an Employee entity with attributes such as lastName, firstName, address, and so on An entity typically corresponds to a table in a relational database; an entity's attributes, in turn, correspond to a table's columns See also attribute; table
An entity is a name designated for some part of data so that it can be referenced by a name The data could be anything from from simple characters to chapters to sets of statements of a DTD Entity parameters can be generic, external, internal or SGML data An entity is similar to a variable in a programming language, or a macro
An entity is something that exists separately from other things and has a clear identity of its own. the earth as a living entity. entities something that exists as a single and complete unit being
A character that is not one of the standard 128 ASCII characters Entities are coded between an ampersand (&) and a semicolon(;) For instance, the French "é" is created by typing: "é"
An organizational unit (a person, partnership, or corporation) for which accounting records are kept and about which accounting reports are prepared
A named object that can be referred to In SGML, a data fragment usually stored in a separate file or delimited by quotes, referred to by an entity declaration
otherwise known as the 'accounting entity' concept The idea here is that the financial transactions of one individual or a group of individuals must be kept separate from any unrelated financial transactions of those same individuals or group The best example here concerns that of the sole trader or one man business: in this situation you may have the sole trader taking money by way of 'drawings' - money for his own personal use Despite it being his business and apparently his money, there are still two aspects to the transaction - the business is 'giving' money and the individual is 'receiving' money
An entity is an individual (for example a sole trader), a body corporate (a company), a corporation sole (an ongoing paid office, for example a bishopric), a body politic, a partnership, an unincorporated association or body of persons, a trust, or a superannuation fund
OSI terminology for a layer protocol machine An entity within a layer performs the functions of the layer within a single computer system, accessing the layer entity below and providing services to the layer entity above at local service access points
A distinct, individual item that can be included in an XML document by referencing it Such an entity reference can name an entity as small as a character (for example, "<", which references the less-than symbol, or left-angle bracket (<) An entity reference can also reference an entire document, or external entity, or a collection of DTD definitions (a parameter entity)
A name assigned (by means of a declaration) to some chunk of data so it can be referred to by that name; the data can be of various kinds (a special character or a chapter or a set of declarations in a DTD, for instance), and the way in which it is referred to depends on the type of data and where it is being referenced: SGML has parameter, general, external, internal, and data entities
A special sequence of characters, representing another character An entity starts with "&", ends with ";" and should contain the name or the number of the entity If you use a number, put "#" in front of it Check the section on the HTML character set for a list of entities and their numbers
that which is perceived or known or inferred to have its own distinct existence (living or nonliving)
(1) In Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) terminology, a layered protocol machine An entity in a layer performs the functions of the layer in one computer system, accessing the layer entity below and providing services to the layer entity above at local service access points (2) In Fortran 90, a general term used to refer to any Fortran 90 concept (for example, a program unit, a common block, a variable, an expression value, a constant, a statement label, a construct, an operator, an interface block, a derived type, an input/output (I/O) unit, a name list group, and so on)
Being; existence
A unit of information that may be referred to by a symbol in a DTD or in a document instance Entities may be used for character strings, characters that cannot be keyed in on a keyboard, or for separate files that may be or may not contain SGML data
Fundamental thing of relevance to the organization about which data could be kept One occurrence of an entity type
An group of items about which data is stored; for example `stone' or `site' Entities are usually represented by a table or relation with one or more attributes; an entry in the table, a particular stone, is an instance
A part of an SGML or XML document or DTD Entities that contain schema information and are referred to from a DTD are called parameter entities Entities may contain data that is given within the document, i e at the very point the entity is declared An other form of entity is the external entity that contains a URI that points towards the data If the URI is a PUBLICID it points towards a catalog entry that resolves the PUBLICID to a URL Thus referring external entities supports indirection Catalogs are, however, not supported in XML
A collection of objects (persons, places, things) described by the same attributes Entities are identified during the conceptual design phase of database and application design
(1) (n ) In ISO/OSI, a layer protocol machine An entity within a layer accesses the layer entity below and provides services locally to the layer entity above (2) (n ) In computer-aided design, an element such as a line segment (3) (n ) In object-oriented programming, a portion of a class of objects (4) (n ) In database design, an object about which data can be stored
Entity is a name designated for some part of data so that it can be referenced by a name These designations are made by a statement and the stored data might hold from simple characters to chapters or set of statements of a DTD There are parameter entities generic, external, internal and of data on theSGML
An existent that is a Something, or a somebody, that is distinct and exists as an individual unit. Often used for organisations which have no physical form
An object about which the business wishes to collect information; a person, place, thing, event or concept of importance to the enterprise that is singular, exclusive, and uniquely identifiable The metadata for an entity is entity name, entity definition, unique identifier
entity relationship diagram
Alternative spelling of entity-relationship diagram
entity relationship diagrams
plural form of entity relationship diagram
entity-relationship diagram
A graphical representation of entities and their relationships to each other in a conceptual data model
entity-relationship diagrams
plural form of entity-relationship diagram
entity-relationship model
An abstract conceptual representation of structured data
entity-relationship models
plural form of entity-relationship model
entity relationship model
In computer science, an entity-relationship model (ERM) is a model providing a high-level description of a conceptual data model
entity bean
An enterprise bean that represents persistent data maintained in a database An entity bean can manage its own persistence or it can delegate this function to its container An entity bean is identified by a primary key If the container in which an entity bean is hosted crashes, the entity bean, its primary key, and any remote references survive the crash
entity bean
An enterprise bean that contains data which can be preserved in a persistent data store, such as a database Contrast with session bean There are two types of entity beans: container-managed persistence (CMP) entity beans and bean-managed persistence (BMP) entity beans
geopolitical entity
A geographical area which is associated with some sort of political structure
legal entity
an organization such as a company or trust fund that the law treats as if it were a person, capable of entering into contracts and of being sued
Attributive form of legal entity, noun
molecular entity
Any constitutionally or isotopically distinct atom, molecule, ion, ion pair, radical, radical ion, complex, conformer etc., identifiable as a separately distinguishable entity
private entity
Any entity other than a public entity
special purpose entity
(Finans) A special purpose entity (SPE; or, especially in Europe, special purpose vehicle/SPV, in Ireland – FVC financial vehicle corporation) is a legal entity (usually a limited company of some type or, sometimes, a limited partnership) created to fulfill narrow, specific or temporary objectives. SPEs are typically used by companies to isolate the firm from financial risk. A company will transfer assets to the SPE for management or use the SPE to finance a large project thereby achieving a narrow set of goals without putting the entire firm at risk. SPEs are also commonly used in complex financings to separate different layers of equity infusion. In addition, they are commonly used to own a single asset and associated permits and contract rights (such as an apartment building or a power plant), to allow for easier transfer of that asset. Moreover, they are an integral part of public private partnerships common throughout Europe which rely on a project finance type structure
Palestinian entity
Palestinians and the representation of Palestinian interests
business entity
An organization that possesses a separate existence for tax purposes Some types of business entities include corporations and limited liability companies
business entity
A business which exists independently of its owners
business entity
A person, place, or thing that is tracked by your business For example, a business entity can be an account, a customer, or a part
business entity
An organization that possesses a separate existence for tax purposes Some types of business entities include corporations and foreign corporations, business trusts, limited liability companies, and limited partnerships
business entity
A business entity represents a "thing" handled or used by business workers
business entity
Specific kinds of high-level subjects about which the organization keeps records, has an active interest; e g , of persons, places, things, events, or concepts External entities are things with which the organization must interact Internal entities are frequently resources Relationships between business entities are usually modeled in a matrix, rather than on an Entity Relationship Diagram
business entity
A businessEntity represents information about a business Each business entity contains a unique identifier, the business name, a short description of the business, some basic contact information, a list of categories and identifiers that describe the business, and a URL pointing to more information about the business See Also Universal Description, Discovery and Integration
business entity
{i} organization involved in commercial activity
business entity
A subset of the ICM enterprise that contains its own scripts, enterprise services, enterprise skill groups, enterprise agent groups, and schedules A business entity may, for example, represent a division within a large corporation or a single customer within a service bureau You can limit the access of individual users and user groups to specific business entities By default, the ICM enterprise consists of only one business entity If you enable partitioning, you can define multiple business entities
Is a person, place or thing Ethernet A local area network which uses coaxial, twisted-pair or fiber-optic cable as a communication medium It transmits at a rate of 10 Mbps and was developed by DEC, Intel and Xerox Corporation The IEEE 802 3 network standard is based upon Ethernet
things that exist as particular and discrete units (e g persons, organisations)
Letters, numerals, characters, and other symbols that can be represented in HTML In addition to the standard alphabet and numerals, one can use codes for entities such as &, <, >, ¢, §, ©, ®, ⇐, ∇, ≈, most of the letters used in other Latin-based languages, and even ♥ See the W3C's chapter on entities and listing of codes for them
In HTML, characters that are specified by special sequences inside an ampersand and a semi-colon, such as " = quotation mark and © = copyright symbol Special Unicode entities use ampersand and a hash-mark/pound sign, such as &#nnnn; = nnnn
Plural of entity
Think of entities as variables that can be used to define common text You can then use the entity anywhere you would normally use the text There are two types of entity You're probably familiar with general entities These are prefixed with '&' and can be used in marked up documents Parameter entities are prefixed with '%' and can only be used in a DTD
Some of the nations, dependent areas, areas of special sovereignty, and governments included in this publication are not independent, and others are not officially recognized by the US Government "Nation" refers to a people politically organized into a sovereign state with a definite territory "Dependent area" refers to a broad category of political entities that are associated in some way with a nation Names used for page headings are usually the short-form names as approved by the US Board on Geographic Names There are 266 entities in The World Factbook that may be categorized as follows
legal entity
Individuals or organizations that can enter into a contract and may be sued for not performing in accordance with the contract A minor is not a legal entity and cannot sign a contract
legal entity
Any organization that can function with separate legal existence An entity such as a corporation, partnership, trust, etc , that can sue or be sued
legal entity
legitimate entity, body or organization that has legal authorization
legal entity
Any person, proprietorship, partnership or corporation which has the legal capacity to enter into an agreement or contract
legal entity
A person or organization that can legally enter into a contract, and may therefore be sued for failure to comply with the terms of the contract
separate entity
structure that is different and sovereign, causes separation
separate entity assumption
basic outlook in accounting that treats a business as an entity separate from its owner