freedom

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} bağımsızlık
özgürlük

Onlar özgürlük için mücadele veriyorlar. - They are struggling for freedom.

Özgürlük bir yer ya da bir fikir midir? - Is freedom a place or an idea?

{i} seçme hakkı
{i} hürriyet
{i} irade
arınma
erkinlik
{i} onursal üyelik
azatllı
{i} istiklâl
{i} açık sözlülük
{i} muafiyet
fahri hemşehrilik veya üyelik sıfatı
{i} özgürlük, hürriyet; serbestlik
{i} fahri üyelik
(Avrupa Birliği) serbestlik, özgürlük
{i} laubalilik
freedom of thought
düşünce özgürlüğü
freedom of opinion
(Politika, Siyaset) düşünce özgürlüğü
freedom from bias
taraf olmamak
freedom from bias
taraf tutmamak
freedom of assembly
(Politika, Siyaset) toplantı özgürlüğü
freedom of association
(Politika, Siyaset) örgütlenme özgürlüğü
freedom of belief
(Politika, Siyaset) inanç özgürlüğü
freedom of expression
(Politika, Siyaset) konuşma özgürlüğü
freedom of information
haberleşme özgürlüğü
freedom of movement
(Askeri) serbest hareket etme
freedom of movement
serbest dolaşım
freedom of press
basın özgürlüğü
freedom of religion
(Politika, Siyaset) inanç özgürlüğü
freedom of thought
(Politika, Siyaset) fikir özgürlüğü
freedom of worship
(Politika, Siyaset) ibadet özgürlüğü
freedom to provide services
(Politika, Siyaset) hizmet sunma özgürlüğü
freedom of the city
fahri hemşirelik
freedom of the city
onursal hemşirelik
freedom of the press
basın özgürlüğü
freedom of thought
fikir hürriyeti
freedom fighter
özgürlük savaşçısı
freedom from risk; safety
riskine karşı özgürlük; güvenlik
freedom of assembly
toplanma özgürlüklerine
freedom of expression
ifade özgürlüğü
freedom of the seas
denizlerin özgürlüğü
Freedom of Information Act
(Askeri) Bilgi Özgürlüğü Yasası
freedom fighter
mücahit
freedom fighter
(Askeri) ÖZGÜRLÜK SAVAŞÇISI: Çok maksatlı sesten hızlı 2 çift motorlu taktik avcı/bombardıman uçağı. Bu uçak çok milletli olup, havadan havaya/yakın hava desteği görevlerinde kullanılır. Bazı modellerine yakıt ikmali yapılabilir olup bazıları eğitim için kullanılır. F-5 olarak adlandırılır
freedom from arrest
yasama dokunulmazlığı
freedom from care
kaygısızlık
freedom of action
hareket özgürlüğü
freedom of action
(Kanun) hareket serbestisi
freedom of choice
(Ticaret) seçim serbestisi
freedom of communication
(Kanun) haberleşme hürriyeti
freedom of contract
(Kanun) mukavele serbestliği
freedom of economic action
serbest girişim
freedom of economic action
hür teşebbüs
freedom of enterprise
(Kanun) teşebbüs hürriyeti
freedom of entry
(Ticaret) giriş serbestisi
freedom of establishment
(Politika, Siyaset) yerleşme serbestisi
freedom of establishment
(Avrupa Birliği) yerleşme serbestliği
freedom of movement
(Askeri) Hareket serbestisi
freedom of movement
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) özgürlüğü
freedom of movement for persons
(Avrupa Birliği) kişilerin serbest dolaşımı
freedom of movement for workers
(Avrupa Birliği) işçilerin dolaşım serbestliği
freedom of navigation (operations)
(Askeri) seyrüsefer serbestliği (harekatlar)
freedom of reception
(Politika, Siyaset) yayın alma özgürlüğü
freedom of residence
(Kanun) yerleşme hürriyeti
freedom of science and arts
(Kanun) bilim ve sanat hürriyeti
freedom of speech
konuşma özgürlüğü
freedom of the city
fahri hemşehrilik
freedom of the press
(Kanun) basın hürriyeti
freedom of the town
fahri hemşehrilik
freedom of thought and faith
(Kanun) din ve vicdan hürriyeti
freedom of trade
(Avrupa Birliği) ticaret serbestisi
freedom of travel
(Kanun) seyahat hürriyeti
freedom of vocational choice
meslek seçme hürriyeti
freedom of will
irade özgürlüğü
freedom to provide services
(Avrupa Birliği) hizmet edimi serbestisi
degree of freedom
(Gıda) özgürlük derecesi
degree of freedom
(Bilgisayar) erkinlik derecesi
human freedom
(Politika, Siyaset) insan özgürlüğü
organization freedom
hakkı
permit someone freedom
özgürlük tanımak
reduce one's freedom
özgürlüğünü kısıtlamak
restrict one's freedom
özgürlüğünü kısıtlamak
degree of freedom
serbestlik derecesi
economic freedom
ekonomik özgürlük
personal freedom
kişisel özgürlük
intellectual freedom
düşünce özgürlüğü
MULTIPLE DEGREE OF FREEDOM
ÇOKLU SERBESTLİK DERECESİ
MULTIPLE DEGREES OF FREEDOM
ÇOKLU SERBESTLİK DERECESİ
freedoms
özgürlükler

Onlar özgürlüklerinden nefret ediyorlar. - They hate your freedoms.

Onlar özgürlüklerini yok etmek istiyorlar. - They want to destroy your freedoms.

hurrah for freedom
yaşasın özgürlük
relative economic freedom
(Ekonomi) Göreceli ekenomik özgürlük
release him, gave him his freedom
Onu serbest bırakmak onun özgürlük verdi
spirit of freedom
özgürlüğün ruhu
abolition of obstacles to freedom of movement
(Avrupa Birliği) dolaşım serbestisini kısıtlayan engellerin kaldırılması
fifth freedom
beşinci özgürlük
intellectual freedom see
düşünce özgürlüğü bknz
medal of freedom
(Askeri) HÜRRİYET MADALYASI: ABD'nin harp gayretlerinde, siviller tarafından gösterilen bir başarı veya yapılan bir hizmeti belirten nişan. Bunun; Altın Hürriyet Madalyası (gold palm), Gümüş Hürriyet Madalyası (Bronz palm) ve Defnesiz Hürriyet Madalyası (Medal of Freedom without palm) olmak üzere Dört derecesi vardır. Nişan sıra numarası, bütün askeri nişanlardan sonra ikidir
medal of freedom without palm
(Askeri) DEFNESİZ HÜRRİYET MADALYASI: Bak. "Medal of freedom"
punishment restricting freedom
hürriyeti bağlayıcı ceza
realm of freedom
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) özgürlük alanlı (marx)
realm of freedom
özgürlük alanlı
İngilizce - İngilizce
The state of being free, of not being imprisoned or enslaved

Having recently been released from prison, he didn't know what to do with his newfound freedom.

The lack of a specific constraint, or of constraints in general; a state of being free, unconstrained

Every child has a right to freedom from fear and freedom from want.

{n} liberty, unrestraint, privilege, civility
Being allowed to sing in my bath as loudly as will not interfere with my neighbour's right to sing a different tune in his [Stoppard]
n An emotional experience of being unrestricted, unlimited, uncontrolled and unrestricted by thought processes which would otherwise create internal or external constrictions in thinking, acting or results - it is the results of our being love, celebrating life, expanding into possibilities rather than being in fear, collapsing or moving away form life, as prisoners of our own intellect
Exemption from necessity, in choise and action; as, the freedom of the will
immunity from an obligation or duty
"The societal condition that exists when every individual has 100% control over their own property "
Freedom from something you do not want means not being affected by it. all the freedom from pain that medicine could provide. freedom from government control
The best gas furnace in the business Available only from American Standard
the state of being free
the condition of being free; the power to act or speak or think without externally imposed restraints
Improper familiarity; violation of the rules of decorum; license
Generosity; liberality
Privileges; franchises; immunities
" that which has its centre in itself exists in and with itself self-contained existence I am free when my existence depends upon myself " The Philosophy of History 17
The subjective experience of having a rich and realistic set of alternative actions that one may undertake
The state of being free; exemption from the power and control of another; liberty; independence
Genus: Action Differentia: Voluntary, in the absence of coercion
The freedom of a particular city is a special honour which is given to a famous person who is connected with that city, or to someone who has performed some special service for the city
{i} emancipation; liberty; independence; exemption; release; openness; honorary citizenship; free access
Frankness; openness; unreservedness
Ease; facility; as, he speaks or acts with freedom
The state of being free, unconstrained; the lack of a specific constraint, or of constraints in general
When prisoners or slaves are set free or escape, they gain their freedom. the agreement worked out by the UN, under which all hostages and detainees would gain their freedom. = liberty
Freedom is the state of being allowed to do what you want to do. Freedoms are instances of this. freedom of speech They want greater political freedom Today we have the freedom to decide our own futures The United Nations Secretary-General has spoken of the need for individual freedoms and human rights
Not being under another's control; the power to say or do as one pleases, e g , freedom of speech or belief or freedom of economic decision making
- being able to act without interference or control by another; right to believe in what you want, right to choose own friends, and have own ideas and opinions, to express own ideas in public, the right for people to meet in groups, the right to have any lawful job or business
liberty

The essence of mathematics is liberty. - Freedom is the essence of mathematics.

independence
freedom fighter
A person involved in armed conflict against an occupation, or oppressive government, etc.; a revolutionary, an insurgent, a rebel or insurrectionist
freedom fighters
plural form of freedom fighter
freedom fries
French fries
freedom of contract
The idea that individuals should be free to bargain among themselves the terms of their own contracts, without government interference
freedom of movement
The right of a citizen to travel within a state, and to leave and return to that state
freedom of religion
The right to hold any religious beliefs, and to carry out the practices of any religion or of none so long as they do not violate reasonable laws, without fear of harm or persecution. (active freedom of religion)
freedom of religion
The right to not hold any religious belief or having to carry out practices of any religion (passive freedom of religion)
freedom of speech
The right to speak, or otherwise communicate, one's opinion without fear of harm or prosecution
freedom of the press
The right of the media to print, or otherwise disseminate, speech, ideas and opinions without fear or harm of prosecution
freedom ride
Any one of similar excursions undertaken by protesters in Australia during the 1960s, in opposition to unfair discrimination against Aborigines
freedom ride
In the United States during the 1960s, any one of a number of bus trips through parts of the southern U. S., made by groups of civil rights activists demonstrating their opposition to racial prejudice and segregation

A Negro leader said today the freedom riders whose arrival here touched off race riots last Saturday will continue their test of Southern bus station segregation barriers. . . . he Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. . . told a news conference the group met for four hours last night and decided that the freedom ride must continue..

freedom rider
In the United States during the 1960s, a civil rights activist who participated in one or more bus trips, known as freedom rides, through parts of the southern U. S. to demonstrate opposition to racial prejudice and segregation

A Negro leader said today the freedom riders whose arrival here touched off race riots last Saturday will continue their test of Southern bus station segregation barriers. . . . he Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. . . told a news conference the group met for four hours last night and decided that the freedom ride must continue..

freedom rider
A participant in one or more of the similar excursions undertaken by protesters in Australia during the 1960s, in opposition to unfair discrimination against Aborigines
freedom to roam
The general public's right to access public or privately owned land for their own recreation or exercise
Freedom of assembly
Freedom of assembly, sometimes used interchangeably with the freedom of association, is the individual right to come together and collectively express, promote, pursue and defend common interests
Freedom of association
Freedom of assembly, sometimes used interchangeably with the freedom of association, is the individual right to come together and collectively express, promote, pursue and defend common interests
Freedom of Information Act
a law that makes government information freely available to ordinary citizens and makes it illegal for government departments to keep information secret unless this is really necessary
freedom fighter
approval If you refer to someone as a freedom fighter, you mean that they belong to a group that is trying to change the government of their country using violent methods, and you agree with or approve of this. One engaged in armed rebellion or resistance against an oppressive government. someone who fights in a war against an unfair or dishonest government, army etc guerrilla, terrorist terrorist
freedom fighter
terrorist, guerrilla; one fighting for the cause of freedom
freedom fighters
group fighting for independence (usually from a totalitarian regime)
freedom from cruel and unusual punishment
a right guaranteed by the 8th amendment to the US constitution
freedom from discrimination
freedom from discrimination on the basis of race or sex or nationality or religion or age; guaranteed by federal laws of the United States
freedom from double jeopardy
a civil right guaranteed by the 5th amendment to the US constitution
freedom from involuntary servitude
a civil right guaranteed by the 13th amendment to the US constitution
freedom from search and seizure
a right guaranteed by the 4th amendment to the US constitution
freedom from self-incrimination
the civil right (guaranteed by the 5th amendment to the United States Constitution) to refuse to answer questions or otherwise give testimony against yourself
freedom of action
freedom to act independently, free hand
freedom of assembly
the right peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for redress of grievances; guaranteed by the 1st amendment to the US constitution
freedom of association
right to form groups or organizations without interference by the government
freedom of choice
right to choose or act freely
freedom of conscience
freedom of the individual to act in accordance with his moral sense or scruples
freedom of contracts
right to draw up a contract acceptable to all parties
freedom of cult
freedom of religion, right to choose one's religion
freedom of expression
right of expressing oneself about any subject and in any forum
freedom of information
right to have access to information
freedom of navigation
liberty to choose one's course
freedom of occupation basic law
basic law which determines that the residents of a country are entitled to work in any form of business which they so desire
freedom of occupation choice
right of an individual to choose his profession
freedom of religion
right to choose and practice a religion with no interference by the government
freedom of religion
a civil right guaranteed by the 1st amendment to the US constitution
freedom of speech
right to speak without censorship or restraint by the government
freedom of speech
Right, as stated in the 1st and 14th Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, to express information, ideas, and opinions free of government restrictions based on content. A modern legal test of the legitimacy of proposed restrictions on freedom of speech was stated in the opinion by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. in Schenk v. U.S. (1919): a restriction is legitimate only if the speech in question poses a "clear and present danger" i.e., a risk or threat to safety or to other public interests that is serious and imminent. Many cases involving freedom of speech and of the press also have concerned defamation, obscenity, and prior restraint (see Pentagon Papers). See also censorship
freedom of speech
a civil right guaranteed by the 1st amendment to the US constitution
freedom of the individual
privileges and rights accorded to the individual
freedom of the press
right to circulate opinions in print without restraint or censorship by the government
freedom of the press
a right guaranteed by the 1st amendment to the US constitution
freedom of the seas
liberty to sail wherever one wishes
freedom of the seas
the right of merchant ships to travel freely in international waters
freedom of thought
the right to hold unpopular ideas
freedom of vote
right of any individual of legal age to vote
freedom of will
right to do as one pleases
freedom of worship
right to practice and observe one's religion without interference by the government
freedom ride
bus trip to the southern United States during the 1960s made in an effort to integrate racially segregated locations
freedom rider
one of an interracial group of civil rights activists who rode buses through parts of the South in order to protest racial segregation
freedom rider
One of an interracial group of civil rights activists in the early 1960s who rode buses through parts of the southern United States for the purpose of challenging racial segregation.freedom ride n
freedom to bear arms
a right guaranteed by the 2nd amendment to the US constitution
Operation Enduring Freedom
The American-led war on terrorism that followed the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States
Third Freedom Rights
The right of an airline of one country to land in a different country and deplane passengers coming from the airline’s own country
academic freedom
The right to freely teach or learn without unreasonable interference from authority
degree of freedom
Any of the independent variables required to specify the thermodynamic state of a system containing components and phases
degree of freedom
Any of the coordinates, a minimum number of which are needed to specify the motion of a mechanical system
degree of freedom
Any unrestricted variable in a frequency distribution
degrees of freedom
plural form of degree of freedom
economic freedom
The freedom to produce, trade and consume any goods and services acquired without the use of force, fraud or theft
fifth freedom rights
The right of an airline of one country to land in a different country, pick up passengers, and carry them on to a third country

Eg, If a British airline flew to France, collected passengers, and took them to Italy.

first freedom fights
The right of an airline of one country to fly over the territory of another country without stopping
fourth freedom rights
The right of an airline of one country to land in a different country and board passengers travelling to the airline’s own country
let freedom ring
A statement that the ideals of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness should be spread across the Earth and allowed to flourish
second freedom rights
The right of an airliner of one country to land in another country for technical reasons such as refueling and maintenance
degree of freedom
1 (Statistics) Any of the unrestricted, independent random variables that constitute a statistic.2. (Physics) Any of the minimum number of coordinates required to specify completely the motion of a mechanical system. Any of the independent thermodynamic variables, such as pressure, temperature, or composition, required to specify a system with a given number of phases and components
degrees of freedom
one of the minimum number of parameters needed to describe the state of a physical system
degrees of freedom
(statistics) an unrestricted variable in a frequency distribution
economic freedom
(Ekonomi) Economic freedom is a term used in economic and policy debates. As with freedom generally, there are various definitions, but no universally accepted concept of economic freedom. One major approach to economic freedom comes from classical liberal and libertarian traditions emphasizing free markets and private property, while another extends the welfare economics study of individual choice, with greater economic freedom coming from a "larger" (in some technical sense) set of possible choices. Another more philosophical perspective emphasizes its context in distributive justice and basic freedoms of all individuals. Other conceptions of economic freedom include freedom from want and the freedom to engage in collective bargaining
Festival of Freedom
Jewish holiday of Passover
Fighters for the Freedom of Israel
{i} militant Jewish underground movement active during the time of the British mandate, the Lehi
Inkatha Freedom Party
Political party in South Africa consisting largely of the Zulu. It originated in 1924 as a cultural movement under King Dinizulu. His grandson, Mangosuthu G. Buthelezi, revived it in 1974 as a political party after breaking with the African National Congress (ANC). Under Buthelezi, Inkatha advocated a struggle against apartheid but a willingness to accept power-sharing arrangements short of majority rule. From the late 1980s Inkatha and ANC followers were regularly involved in bloody clashes with strong ethnic (Zulu v. non-Zulu) overtones. In 1991 the white South African government admitted that it had secretly subsidized Inkatha
Inkatha Freedom Party
South African political party founded in 1975
Medal of Freedom
{i} Presidential Medal of Freedom, high civilian award awarded by the US president to civilians in the United States for outstanding achievement
Medal of Freedom
A decoration awarded by the United States to civilians for outstanding achievement in various fields of endeavor
Operation Iraqi Freedom
military operation carried out in Iraq in March 2003 by American and allied forces with the goal of disarming Iraq of illegally kept weapons and freeing the country from the regime of Saddam Hussein
Presidential Medal of Freedom
{i} Medal of Freedom, high civilian award awarded by the US president to civilians in the United States for outstanding achievement
academic freedom
The right of a worker in academic institutions to research and teach their beliefs without their livelihood being placed in jeopardy by those who disagree
academic freedom
the freedom of teachers and students to express their ideas in school without religious or political or institutional restrictions
academic freedom
Liberty to teach, pursue, and discuss knowledge without restriction or interference, as by school or public officials
academic freedom
Freedom in research and in publishing the results, subject to the adequate performance of other academic duties; freedom in the classroom in discussing faculty's subject but not controversial matter that has no relation to the subject
academic freedom
freedom to make unpopular or unconventional decisions based on the idea that learning must be free
academic freedom
The opportunity for teachers and students to learn, teach, study, research, and question without censorship, coercion, or external political and other restrictive influences
basque homeland and freedom
a terrorist organization organized in 1959 by student activists who were dissatisfied with the moderate nationalis of the traditional Basque party; want to create on independent homeland in Spain's western Pyrenees; "in 1968 ETA launched a campaign of political assassinations of government officials
degree of freedom
A single coordinate of relative motion between two bodies Such a coordinate is free only if it can respond without constraint or imposed motion to externally applied forces or torques For translational motion, a DoF is a linear coordinate along a single direction For rotational motion, a DoF is an angular coordinate about a single, fixed axis
degree of freedom
(statistics) an unrestricted variable in a frequency distribution one of the minimum number of parameters needed to describe the state of a physical system
degree of freedom
A single coordinate of relative motion between two bodies For translational motion, a DoF is a linear coordinate along a single direction For rotational motion, a DoF is an angular coordinate about a single, fixed axis
degree of freedom
(DF) A mathematical concept that indicates the number of observations or values in a distribution that are independent of each other or are free to vary They are used with various measures such as t-tests to refine the results of treatments of probability or chance in determining statistical significance For example, if you have a distribution of three numbers that could vary but the sum of those numbers has to equal 100, then although you could select three numbers, in reality you only have to select two because the third number is determined by the first two numbers selected In this case, there are two independent values, or two degrees of freedom
degree of freedom
(n ) is an independent variable, usually referenced by a physical equation describing some system containing one or more degrees of freedom
degree of freedom
one of the minimum number of parameters needed to describe the state of a physical system
degree of freedom
1 A mode of motion, either angular or linear, with respect to a coordinate system, independent of any other mode
degree of freedom
a single way in which an arm can move A robot that could move up/down, left/right, and in/out would have 3 degrees of freedom The human arm (not counting the hand) has 7 degrees of freedom
degree of freedom
(Directions and rotations at which an object can move about its axes ) In Mechanical Desktop each time you add a constraint between two parts, one DOF (or more) is eliminated A fully constrained part cannot move in any direction The degrees of freedom symbol is displayed on the screen with one or two numbers in the circle For example, you might see 3-2 or 2-1, etc The first number indicates the order in which the part was instanced into the assembly Thus, if the number is a 3, it means that this was the third part instanced into the assembly
degree of freedom
(statistics) an unrestricted variable in a frequency distribution
degrees of freedom
number of unrestricted values that can be applied in any order to a distribution (Statistics)
deprivation of freedom
negation of rights or liberty
freedoms
plural of freedom
fundamental freedom
basic freedom, essential right
religious freedom
freedom to believe in any religion or no religion at all
the basic law of man`s dignity and freedom
basic law which defines the basic rights and privileges of the individual
Türkçe - İngilizce

freedom teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

Freedom of speech
ifade özgürlüğü
freedom