exclusive

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{s} özel

Bu, şehirdeki en özel adreslerden biri. - It's one of the most exclusive addresses in the city.

Bu kitapçı özellikle eski ve nadir kitaplarla ilgileniyor. - This bookstore deals exclusively in old and rare books.

{s} hariç tutulan
{s} ayrıcalıklı
{s} ancak özel seçilmiş bazı kişilere açık olan
{s} herkese açık olmayan
{s} seçkin

O, seçkin bir golf kulübüdür. - That's an exclusive golf club.

{s} tek
exclusively yalnız
dışında
hesaba katmadan
yalnız bir gazete veya mecmuanın temin edebildiği mülâkat
özel ürün/öze
of ile müstesna
gayri
bir kimse veya zümreye has
umuma açık olmayan
Dışlayan
münhasıran
kişiye ait
paylaşılmayan
pahalı
hariç

Bu kitabın, çizimler hariç 252 sayfası vardır. - This book has 252 pages exclusive of illustrations.

Kârlar vergilerden hariç mi? - Are the profits exclusive of taxes?

kapsayıcı
özel kullanım
yalnızca bir tek gazetede yayınlanan haber
lüks
özel haber
özet
biricik
münhasır
exclusive for
(Askeri) E ÖZEL, ... E MAHSUS
exclusive of
-den ayrı
exclusive authority
(Ticaret) münhasır yetki
exclusive broadcasting rights
(Politika, Siyaset) münhasır yayın hakları
exclusive economic zone
(Politika, Siyaset) özel ekonomik bölge
exclusive license
(Askeri) özel lisans
exclusive license due
(Kanun) bir kimseye ait ruhsatname
exclusive licenses
kişiye özel ruhsatlar
exclusive lock
(Bilgisayar) dışlayıcı kilit
exclusive lock sql
(Bilgisayar) dışlayıcı kilit
exclusive mode
(Bilgisayar) özel kullanım modu
exclusive mode
(Bilgisayar) kapalı kip
exclusive operating rights
(Ticaret) münhasır işletme hakları
exclusive operating rights
(Kanun) inhisari işletme hakları
exclusive or
(Bilgisayar) dışlamalı ya
exclusive or circuit
(Bilgisayar) d-ya devresi
exclusive proposition
(Felsefe) tekelci önerme
exclusive requirement
(Ticaret) gerekli kural
exclusive right
özel hak
exclusive rights
tüm haklar
exclusive rights
(Politika, Siyaset) münhasır haklar
exclusive territory
(Ticaret) tek bölgede satış
exclusive unionism
(Ticaret) meslek sendikacılığı
exclusive agent
tek yetkili temsilci
exclusive of
den ayrı
exclusive of
dışında
exclusive of
müstesna
exclusive of
hariç

Kârlar vergilerden hariç mi? - Are the profits exclusive of taxes?

Bu kitabın, çizimler hariç 252 sayfası vardır. - This book has 252 pages exclusive of illustrations.

exclusive or
dışlamalı yada
exclusive right
Belli bir şahsa mahsus ayrıcalıklı hak
exclusive right of sale
satış hakkının
exclusive sales agreement
tekelci satış anlaşması
exclusive service
Kapsamlı hizmet
exclusive OR circuit
D-YA devresi (dislamali YA)
exclusive agent
(Ticaret) münhasır acente
exclusive at
(Fiili Deyim ) hariç
exclusive dealing
(Ticaret) tek satış
exclusive distribution
(Ticaret) tek dağıtıcılık yetkisi
exclusive distributor
(Ticaret) tam yetkili distribütör
exclusive economic zone
(Avrupa Birliği) (EEZ) münhasır ekonomik bölge
exclusive economic zone
(Askeri) belli izin sahiplerine açık ticari bölge
exclusive jurisdiction
(Askeri) MÜNHASIR YARGI HAKKI VE YETKİSİ: Milli konuda; Federal Hükümetin, Federal kontrol altında bulunan bazı gayri menkuller üzerindeki tam yetkisi. Bu keyfiyet; böyle bir yetkiyi federal hükümetin (1940 tarihli Federal Kanun'la) kabulü ve Eyalet Hükümetinin buna kanuni muvafakatı ile ortaya çıkmış olup, Eyalet hükümetinin bu sahadaki yetkisi sadece hukuki ve ceza işleminde bulunma hakkı mahfuz kılmak şartıyla-ortadan kalkmıştır. Milletlerarası kanunda; tekmil veya belirli kategoriden davalarda, misafir silahlı kuvvetin bazı mensupları veya bu kuvvete refakat eden şahıslar üzerinde, hem ev sahibi devlet sivil makamları hem misafir devlet askeri makamlarının değil de, bunlardan yalnız birinin hukuki veya cezai yargılama yetkisinin bulunduğu durum
exclusive license
(Askeri) (NON-EXCLUSIVE) ÖZEL (ÖZEL OLMAYAN) LİSANS
exclusive lock
(SQL) dışlayıcı kilit
exclusive representation
(Ticaret) tek temsilcilik
exclusive right
(Avrupa Birliği) münhasır hak
exclusive use
münhasır kullanım
exclusively
yalnızca
exclusively
sadece

Penguenler neredeyse sadece Güney Yarımküre'de yaşarlar. - Penguins live almost exclusively in the Southern Hemisphere.

Ben sadece dedektif hikayeleri okurum. - I read detective stories exclusively.

exclusively
özellikle

Bu kitapçı özellikle eski ve nadir kitaplarla ilgileniyor. - This bookstore deals exclusively in old and rare books.

exclusively
sırf
exclusively
(Osmanlıca) munhasıran
mutually exclusive
karşılıklı hariç
mutually exclusive
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) karşılıklı dışarlayan
exclusively
yalnız
mutually exclusive
ayrışık
all exclusive
her şey hariç
exclusionary
Dışlayıcı
mutually exclusive
bir diğerinden bağımsız olarak hariç tutulan
mutually exclusive
Birbirini dışlayan, ayrışık, aynı anda her ikisi birden doğru olmayan
non exclusive
olmayan özel
one that is not exclusive; general
biri kişiye özel değildir; genel
exclusiveness
{i} tek olma
exclusiveness
özel olma
exclusiveness
{i} ayrıcalıklı olma
exclusiveness
{i} seçkinlik
exclusiveness
kişiye ait olma
exclusiveness
seçkin olma
mutually exclusive events
karsilikli disarlayan olaylar
mutually exclusive goals
(Ticaret) çelişkili amaçlar
open exclusive
(Bilgisayar) özel kullanımda aç
open exclusive
(Bilgisayar) özel kullanıma aç
İngilizce - İngilizce
Excluding items or members that do not meet certain conditions
exclusionary
Referring to a membership organisation, service or product: of high quality and/or reknown, for superior members only. A snobbish usage, suggesting that members who do not meet requirements, which may be financial, of celebrity, religion, skin colour etc., are excluded

Exclusive clubs tend to serve exclusive brands of food and drinks, in the same exorbitant price range, such as the 'finest' French châteaux.

Information (or an artefact) that is granted or obtained exclusively

The editor agreed to keep a lid on a potentially distastrous political scoop in exchange for an exclusive of a happier nature.

whole, undivided, entire

The teacher's pet commands the teacher's exclusive attention.

Something that is exclusive is used or owned by only one person or group, and not shared with anyone else. Our group will have exclusive use of a 60-foot boat Many of their cheeses are exclusive to our stores in Britain
A news story offered by a PR practitioner to a single newspaper title, radio, website, or TV station
A lighthouse which is available only in association with an In-Store Event, Reunion, or membership in the Collectors Society
A news story that is not being covered by any other station or paper By definition, an exclusive story loses this status as soon as it is published or broadcast
Having the power of preventing entrance; debarring from participation or enjoyment; possessed and enjoyed to the exclusion of others; as, exclusive bars; exclusive privilege; exclusive circles of society
(PR): When you give a story to a journalist on the basis that he or she is the only one to receive it You may want to negotiate the possibility of giving the story to other media at a later date
Sole distribution or publishing rights given to or sold to only one distributor or publisher in a particular geographic area Also a news or feature article published by a publication before any of its competitors
If you describe something as exclusive, you mean that it is limited to people who have a lot of money or who belong to a high social class, and is therefore not available to everyone. He is already a member of Britain's most exclusive club The City was criticised for being too exclusive and uncompetitive. + exclusiveness ex·clu·sive·ness a rising middle class, which objected to the exclusiveness of the traditional elite. + exclusivity ex·clu·sivi·ty a company with a reputation for exclusivity
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not available to any other agency, consortia, corporation or individual
a news report that is reported first by one news organization; "he got a scoop on the bribery of city officials"
This means that you can work for only one specific agent or group because of contractual obligations
If two things are mutually exclusive, they are separate and very different from each other, so that it is impossible for them to exist or happen together. They both have learnt that ambition and successful fatherhood can be mutually exclusive. an important or exciting story that is printed in only one newspaper, because that newspaper was the first to find out about it
Reserved licensing of a picture which excludes others from obtaining similar rights for use of that picture This may be limited by industry or product or client type and time period Compare BUYOUT See RIGHTS
If a newspaper, magazine, or broadcasting organization describes one of its reports as exclusive, they mean that it is a special report which does not appear in any other publication or on any other channel. He told the magazine in an exclusive interview: `All my problems stem from drink'. An exclusive is an exclusive article or report. Some papers thought they had an exclusive
Legislative Jurisdiction
We're the only one who has documentation
not divided among or brought to bear on more than one object or objective; "judging a contest with a single eye"; "a single devotion to duty"; "undivided affection"; "gained their exclusive attention"
We're the only ones who have documentation
a news report that is reported first by one news organization; "he got a scoop on the bribery of city officials" excluding much or all; especially all but a particular group or minority; "exclusive clubs"; "an exclusive restaurants and shops" not divided or shared with others; "they have exclusive use of the machine"; "sole rights of publication
{i} news story publicized in only one newspaper or television/radio station
items produced for a specific store or market Exclusives are not available on the general primary market Many consider Exclusives as highly collectible These items often show up for sale on the secondary market with a price mark-up
A contract that forces a Publisher to sell all specified inventory through a certain channel for a specified period of time Advertisers can also be bound to purchase media only through a certain channel for a specified period of time Fastclick does not use exclusive contracts
If a company states that its prices, goods, or services are exclusive of something, that thing is not included in the stated price, although it usually still has to be paid for. Skiing weekends cost £58 . inclusive
We're the only ones who have the documentation
{s} tending to exclude, shutting out all others; sole, limited to a select few; incompatible; fashionable; expensive
not divided or shared with others; "they have exclusive use of the machine"; "sole rights of publication
excluding much or all; especially all but a particular group or minority; "exclusive clubs"; "an exclusive restaurants and shops"
An item which is available only from a particular retailer, event, or club For example, the 21C Pacific Jungle Outpost set was sold only at JCPenny stores Some items begin as an exclusive but are later carried by other retailers For example, the 21C British Paratrooper boxed figure was initailly a Target exclusive but was later carried by KB Toys
Not taking into the account; excluding from consideration; opposed to inclusive; as, five thousand troops, exclusive of artillery
One of a coterie who exclude others; one who from real of affected fastidiousness limits his acquaintance to a select few
distribution: Limiting the distribution of a product to particular retail store to create an exclusive feel to the brand/product
A type of database access that locks out all other users Use the Open button dropdown list to access this mode
not divided or shared with others; "they have exclusive use of the machine"; "sole rights of publication"
{a} independent, debarring, excepting
Referring to a membership organisation or commercial product: of high quality, for superior members only. A snobbish usage. Implies, not necessarily truly, that members who do not meet requirements, which may be financial, of celebrity, religion, skin colour, etc., are excluded
alonely
exclusive or
Exclusive disjunction: the use of or to indicate that of two or more predicates, an odd number are true (without specifying which or how many); contrasted with inclusive or, which indicates only that one or more is true
exclusive or
Exclusive disjunction: the use of or to indicate that of two predicates, one is true and one is false (without specifying which is which); contrasted with inclusive or, which does not imply that one must be false
exclusive or
An exclusive disjunction; the result of applying the above-described exclusive or to two or more predicates; contrasted with an inclusive or, which is the result of applying an inclusive or
exclusive right
The power, granted by the government to persons, to allow or disallow others from taking certain actions (through legal force)
exclusive rights
plural form of exclusive right
exclusive-or
Alternative spelling of exclusive or
exclusive authority
authority limited to one body
exclusive club
club or group that excludes certain people (for social reasons, economic reasons, race, etc.)
exclusive dealing
System by which a manufacturer forbids an intermediary to carry products of competing manufacturers p 372
exclusive dealing
When a seller sells to only one buyer in a region such that competition is lessened
exclusive dealing
a restrictive practice in which a producer insists that any firm selling its products not sell those of its rivals
exclusive dealing
An arrangement whereby a supplier prohibits a marketing intermediary (either a wholesaler or, more typically, a retailer) from handling competing products
exclusive distribution
The granting of exclusive rights by manufacturers to a wholesaler or retailer to sell in a geographic region
exclusive distribution
Giving a limited number of dealers the exclusive right to distribute the company's products in their territories
exclusive distribution
Manufacturers only approve one retailer in a geographic region to carry their products The manufacturers may be trying to build an image of prestige or quality by making the product available at exclusive locations The manufacturers and retailers will usually build close marketing relationships
exclusive distribution
Distribution that sends products to only one retail outlet in a given geographic area
exclusive distribution
A distribution strategy whereby a producer sells its products or services in only one retail outlet in a specific geographical area
exclusive distribution
selling through only one middleman in a particular geographic area
exclusive distribution
Market coverage in which only one outlet is used in a geographic area p 307
exclusive distribution
The use of only one outlet in a relatively large geographic area to distribute a product p 364
exclusive distribution
(p 473) Distribution that sends products to only one retail outlet in a given geographic area
exclusive economic zone
The Australian EEZ was established under the Seas and Submerged Lands Act 1973 on 1 August 1994 The EEZ around Australia (including the external territories) is that area between 12 and 200 nm seaward of the territorial sea baseline In some instances, the outer limit of the EEZ (that is, 200 nm from the baseline) is delineated to take account of maritime or potential maritime delimitations with other countries This is illustrated in Figure A1 and the diagrammatic map
exclusive economic zone
An area, usually not exceeding 200 nautical miles from the baselines from which the breadth of the territorial sea is measured, subject to specific legal regime under which the coastal state has certain rights and jurisdiction The baselines are usually low-water tidal datums
exclusive economic zone
The EEZ refers to the rights of coastal states to control the living and nonliving resources of the sea for 200 miles off their coasts while allowing freedom of navigation to other states beyond 12 miles, as agreed at the sixth session of the Third U N Conference on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) The EEZ also gives the coastal states the responsibility for managing the conservation of all natural resources within the 200-mile limit
exclusive economic zone
A maritime zone seaward of the territorial sea with an outer boundary that may be up to 200 miles out from the territorial sea's baselines Within this, a coastal state may regulate: (1) nonliving resources, including the seabed, subsoil, and superjacent waters; (2) living resources, including fish, crustaceans, and plants; (3) other economic resources, such as the production of energy from the water, currents, and winds; (4) artificial islands, installations, and structures; (5) marine scientific research; and (6) pollution control
exclusive economic zone
All waters from the seaward boundary of coastal states out to 200 natural miles This was formerly called the Fishery Conservation Zone
exclusive economic zone
Concept proposed at the UN Law of the Sea Conference whereby coastal states assume jurisdiction over the exploration and exploitation of marine resources
exclusive economic zone
Exclusive economic zone, or 200-nautical-mile zone, where coastal states have sovereign rights over natural resources and certain economic activities according the Convention of the Law of the Sea promulgated by a UN conference in 1982
exclusive economic zone
all marine waters from the outer edge of the Territorial Sea (12 nautical miles) seaward for 188 nautical miles until the 200 nautical mile limit
exclusive economic zone
The EEZ is a zone 200 nautical miles beyond the boundaries of, and adjacent to, a nation-state's territorial waters, where it has jurisdiction, but not sovereignty This practice is formalized in the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea
exclusive economic zone
an area beyond and adjacent to the territorial sea of a coastal state which shall not exceed beyond 200 nautical miles from the baselines as defined under existing laws
exclusive economic zone
All waters from the seaward boundary of coastal states to 200 nautical miles This was formerly called the Fishery Conservation Zone
exclusive economic zone
Declared under the Seas and Submerged Lands Act 1973 in relation to Australia and its external territories in accordance with UNCLOS The EEZ comprises the area that extends from 12 nautical miles to 200 nautical miles seaward of the territorial sea baselines established under the Seas and Submerged Lands Act 1973, except where it has been pulled back to take account of maritime delimitations (or potential delimitations) with other countries Australia has sovereign rights under UNCLOS for the purposes of exploring and exploiting, and conserving and managing the natural resources, and with regard to other activities for the economic exploitation and exploration of the EEZ
exclusive interview
interview that is not shared among or divided between different reporters, interview given to a single person
exclusive jurisdiction
complete authority to judge, singular judging authorization (Law)
exclusive of
Not including or considering: bought the house, exclusive of the outbuildings
exclusive of
not including, leaving out
exclusive right
{i} right reserved in an exclusive way by a particular person or group; right given by the government to persons to permit or disallow other people from taking specific actions (Law)
exclusive right
a right reserved exclusively by a particular person or group (especially a hereditary or official right); "suffrage was the prerogative of white adult males"
exclusive rights
For purposes of copyright law, the privileges that only a copyright owner has with respect to the copyrighted work
exclusive rights
of the owners of copyright include the right to
exclusive rights
The sole nontransferable right to reproduce a photograph or image The right may be limited to a certain geographic area, time period, or type of product use These rights cannot be granted to another party, at the same time
exclusive rights
Rights granted to an owner of a trade or service mark which permit the owner to use a mark, and to exclude all others from using the same or a similar mark in a similar manner For example, Hormel, the owner of the trademark SPAM, can stop any other company from using the word SPAM on meat products Also, since the mark SPAM is a famous mark, Hormel could theoretically stop the use of SPAM in the many degrading contexts in which it currently is being used based on dilution law However, as a practical matter, stopping such use may not be feasible, given the widespread use of the word on the Internet, not to mention the public relations problems Hormel would face if it tried to do so
exclusive rights
The right of a copyright owner to exclusively authorize recording, performance, dramatization or other uses of his works, as set forth in the Copyright Act
exclusive rights
A grant of sole right(s) to reproduce a work usually limited to a specific time period, geographic area, or type of use Those same rights may not be granted to another party (or, if agreed, competitive party) during the period of exclusivity For example, a grant of exclusive U S magazine rights for six months means that the photographer agrees not to permit publication of the photograph in any other U S magazine for six months Similar variations might be "exclusive European packaging rights for two years" or "exclusive textbook use for five years throughout the world " Obviously the possibilities are unlimited both in commercial and editorial uses Reproduction fees will reflect the scope and duration of exclusivity as determined by client needs
exclusive to
only available to, sole rights to; unique to, limited to, restricted to
exclusiveness
The state of being exclusive; exclusivity
mutually exclusive
Describing multiple events or states of being such that the occurrence of any one implies the non-occurrence of all the others
non-exclusive
One that is not exclusive; general
exclusively
without any others being included or involved; "was entirely to blame"; "a school devoted entirely to the needs of problem children"; "he works for Mr Smith exclusively"; "did it solely for money"; "the burden of proof rests on the prosecution alone"; "a privilege granted only to him"
exclusively
in an exclusive manner, in a manner which shuts out all others; solely, in a limited manner
exclusively
Exclusively is used to refer to situations or activities that involve only the thing or things mentioned, and nothing else. an exclusively male domain Instruction in these subjects in undergraduate classes is almost exclusively by lecture. only
exclusively
{a} separately, without taking in
exclusively
to the exclusion of anything or anyone else; solely or entirely
exclusiveness
{i} quality of being exclusive, limitedness; tendency to exclude or shut out
exclusiveness
tendency to associate with only a select group
exclusiveness
Quality of being exclusive
got exclusive rights
obtained sole rights to distribute or represent a product
mutually exclusive
The selection of one choice precludes the selection of any competitive choice Several machines can do an identical job in capital budgeting, but only one machine is selected and used
mutually exclusive
Two events are mutually exclusive when the occurrence of one precludes the occurrence of the other
mutually exclusive
Each option is distinct from all other options
mutually exclusive
automatically disallowing one thing when a second is accepted
mutually exclusive
Two things are mutually exclusive when they can't both happen at the same time In fact, if one of the events happens, then it prevents the others from happening For instance, a traffic signal can be green, red, or yellow, but cannot be two or more of those colors at the same time [Note: "Mutually exclusive" is not at all the same thing as "independent " Independence has to do with the probabilities not being affected by the outcome of the other event ]
mutually exclusive
necessitating a choice between mutually exclusive possibilities; "`either' and `or' in `either this or that'"
mutually exclusive
If several events are mutually exclusive, then at most one can be "on" at any one time If there are 20 buttons, and they are mutually exclusive, with regard to being "on", then if one of them is "on", then the others must be "off"
mutually exclusive
unable to be both true at the same time
mutually exclusive
A property of a set of categories such that an individual or object is included in only one category
mutually exclusive
events are said to be mutually exclusive if they have no intersection
exclusive