guardian

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} gardiyan

Altın golemleri hazineyi korumak için kullanılan gardiyanlardır. - Gold golems are guardians used to guard treasure.

vasi

Ben Tom'un yasal vasisiyim. - I'm Tom's legal guardian.

Tom'un yasal vasisi olduğunu düşünüyordum. - I thought you were Tom's legal guardian.

koruyucu

Koruyucu meleklere inanırım. - I believe in guardian angels.

Koruyucu meleklere inanıyor musun? - Do you believe in guardian angels?

(Kanun,Ticaret) kayyım
(Kanun) kanuni temsilci
gözetici
(Kanun) bekçi
koruyucu kişi/yer
veli

Kendimi senin velin olarak görüyorum. - I regard myself as your guardian.

vasi/koruyucu
guardian angel koruyucu melek
{i} huk. vasi
{i} muhafız
guardian and ward
velayet ve vesayet
guardian spirit
koruyucu cin
guardian account
vasi hesabı
guardian account
(Ticaret) vesayet hesabı
guardian angel
koruyucu melek

Koruyucu meleklere inanıyor musun? - Do you believe in guardian angels?

Koruyucu meleklere inanırım. - I believe in guardian angels.

guardian by election
(Kanun) seçim yoluyla vasi atama
guardian by statute
(Kanun) kanun yoluyla vasi atanması
guardian of the poor
fakir babası
guardian of the poor
fakirlerin koruyucusu
guardianship
koruma
guardianship
vasilik
guardianship
muhafızlık
guardianship
vesayet
guardianship
himaye
legal guardian
yasal muhafız
legal guardian
yasal vasi
the guardian
vasi
appoint a guardian
(Kanun) vasi atamak
appoint a guardian
(Kanun) vasi tayin etmek
guardianship
koruyuculuk
guardianship
velilik
guardianship
velayet
guardianship
vekillik
guardianship
vasilik/koruyuculuk
student's guardian
öğrenci velisi
İngilizce - İngilizce
A British daily national newspaper
Someone who guards, watches over, or protects
A major or final enemy; boss

'if you tell me how to find the secret door in level three, I'll tell you how to defeat the end of level guardian'.

A person legally responsible for an incompetent person
A person legally responsible for a minor (in loco parentis)
A superior in a Franciscan monastery
{a} defending, protecting
{n} one who has the care of another
a person who cares for persons or property
A person appointed by a court to manage the person and/or property of one who is legally incompetent to handle his/her own affairs
An individual or institution named by a court to manage the property of a person who is adjudged incapable of handling his or her own affairs  
An individual or a trust institution appointed by a court to care for the property or the person (or both) of a minor or an incompetent person When the guardian's duties are limited to the property, he is known as a guardian of the property; when they are limited to the person, he is known as a guardian of the person; when they apply both to property and to the person, he is known merely as a guardian In some states the term committee, conservator, curator, or tutor is used to designate one who performs substantially the same duties as those of a guardian
A person appointed by a judge to look after the interests and to manage the affairs of a minor or a person who is unable to manage them him/her self
The guardian of something is someone who defends and protects it. The National Party is lifting its profile as socially conservative guardian of traditional values. a serious British daily newspaper that has left wing opinions. In law, one who has, or is legally appointed to, the care and management of another, usually a minor. A natural guardian is a guardian by natural relationship (usually the father or mother). A guardian may be appointed by the court when it decides that a child needs one (usually when the parents have died or disappeared)
An individual who, by legal appointment or by the effect of a written law, is given custodyof both the property and the person of one who is unable to manage their own affairs, such as a child or mentally-disabled person
An individual or institution named by a court to manage the property of a person who is incapable of handling his or her own affairs
In relation to a minor, a person who has care and custody of the minor or is involved in his or her daily care In relation to a dependent adult, guardian means the person who has been appointed as the guardian of an individual under the Dependent Adults Act
An individual appointed by a probate court to manage the legal, financial and day-to-day affairs of a legally-incompetent person (i e , a minor or an individual suffering from a mental or physical disability) The guardian may also have personal custody of that individual, as authorized by statutory provisions Compare conservator
A guardian is someone who has been legally appointed to look after the affairs of another person, for example a child or someone who is mentally ill
A court-appointed person charged with caring for the estate and/or person of another living person (the ward) Sometimes there are two guardians appointed: one to care for the estate (property of ward, both real and personal) and one to care for the person This is most common when a financial institution is handling the money, but is not equipped to handle matters of personal care Reasons for appointing a guardian in Wisconsin: proposed ward is a minor (less than age 18), a spendthrift, or an incompetent (mentally, not physically) Contrast with Guardian ad Litem: A person appointed by the court (judge) during litigation (court case) to represent the interests of a minor or an incompetent
A person (not being a parent of the child) who is legally responsible for a child under 18
person lawfully appointed to care for the person of a minor, invalid, incompetent and their interests, such as education, property management and investments
A person legally entrusted with the care of, and managing the property and rights of, another person, usually a minor child
A person lawfully invested with the power, and charged with the duty, of taking care of the person and managing the property and rights of another person, who, for defect of age, understanding, or self-control, is considered incapable of administering his own affairs One who legally has responsibility for the care and management of the person, or the estate, or both, of a child during its minority
A person appointed by will or by law to assume responsibility for incompetent adults or minor children If a parent dies, this will usually be the other parent If both die, it probably will be a close relative
an appointee of the court who cares for the property and rights of a minor or someone incapable of handling his or her own affairs
An individual legally appointed to manage the rights and/or property of a minor or person incapable of taking care of his or her affairs
A person who has the legal responsibility for the care and management of the person or property of another
providing protective supervision; watching over or safeguarding; "daycare that is educational and not just custodial"; "a guardian angel"; "tutelary gods"
One who has, or is entitled to, the custody of the person or property of an infant, a minor without living parents, or a person incapable of managing his own affairs
A person legally charged with the power and duty of managing the estate and affairs of a person who because of some condition cannot manage his or her affairs
Performing, or appropriate to, the office of a protector; as, a guardian care
an adult person appointed by a surviving parent in his or her will or by a court, who is responsible for a minor child's personal care and nurturing
One who legally has care and management of the person or estate, or both, of an incompetent person, who can not act for himself or herself, or of a minor Court appointed to protect the interest of a minor or incompetent person and to provide for their care, welfare, education, maintenance and/or support (8)
the person appointed in a will or by the court to have custody of a minor or an incapacitated person
One who guards, preserves, or secures; one to whom any person or thing is committed for protection, security, or preservation from injury; a warden
The person who has the legal duty to care for and maintain the person and/or property of an unmarried minor child
Is a person appointed by the court to protect the rights and manage the affairs of an incapacitated person or minor [Top of Page]
A person appointed by the court to care for the property and rights of a minor or someone incapable of handling his or her own affairs
{i} guard; protector; overseer; keeper, custodian
a person who has been qualified and/or been appointed as a guardian of the person and/or property of a minor or adult mental incompetent
warder
guardian ad litem
An individual (often a lawyer) appointed to represent the best interests of a child or incapacitated person for the purpose of a legal procedure
guardian angel
A spirit believed to protect and to guide a particular person
guardian angels
plural form of guardian angel
Guardian Angels
an organization whose members try to protect people from being attacked or robbed, especially when they are travelling on underground railways in big cities. The first group was started in New York City, and there are groups in other US cities as well as in other countries. The members wear red berets (=flat cloth hats) and do their work without being paid
Guardian Life Insurance
American life and health insurance company headquartered in New York
Guardian of Israel
nickname for God, supreme Guardian, the Lord
guardian ad litem
person who is appointed to act on behalf of a child during a legal proceeding
guardian angel
heavenly creature whose job it is to guard over a human being
guardian angel
A guardian angel is a spirit who is believed to protect and guide a particular person
guardian deed
document which appoints a guardian
guardian spirit
an angel believed to have special affection for a particular individual
don't drive faster than your guardian angel can fly
Driving (a vehicle) very fast is a dangerous act
gate guardian
Alternative form of gate guard
guardian.
scion
guardianship
The office or position of one acting as a guardian or conservator, especially in a legal capacity

Forbidden to you are your mothers and your daughters and your sisters and your paternal aunts and your maternal aunts and brothers' daughters and sisters' daughters and your mothers that have suckled you and your foster-sisters and mothers of your wives and your step-daughters who are in your guardianship, (born) of your wives to whom you have gone in, but if you have not gone in to them, there is no blame on you (in marrying them), and the wives of your sons who are of your own loins and that you should have two sisters together, except what has already passed; surely Allah is Forgiving, Merciful. Qur'an, The Women, 4.23 (M.H. Shakir translation).

guardianship
{n} the office of guardian
A guardian
guardant
Guardianship
guardianage
Guardianship
guardiance
Guardianship
guardenage
The Guardian
formerly The Manchester Guardian Influential newspaper published in London and Manchester, Eng. , considered one of Britain's best papers. Founded in 1821 as the weekly Manchester Guardian, it became a daily in 1855; 100 years later "Manchester" was dropped from the name, as it had become a national daily with an international reputation. In 1936 one of the newspapers most influential editors, C.P. Scott, created the Scott Trust as a means of assuring independent ownership for the newspaper. Still owned by the trust, the paper takes an independent liberal stance in its editorials while maintaining great breadth and depth of news coverage
guardians
plural of guardian
guardians
(Skt dharmapala, Tib ch-kyong) Protective deities associated with religious traditions and communities
guardians
The Guardian Series of computers These highly sophisticated and advanced bio-computers were designed and programmed for autonomous control and management all the farside operations for the Company Unusually, for such autonomous command and control computer units, the Guardian series was not programmed with the normal fundamental robotic laws that determine their fundamental relationship with all sapient life forms In constructing these unusual computers, the Company management took the view that to incorporate the standard robotic laws into their programming would inhibit certain operational aspects of the tasks that they might be required to perform The three Guardian computers located on the world worked together and all their decisions were made by agreement when at least two of the computers have to agree the data and the consequent action    Guardian One and Two were ground based and Three was satellite based
guardians
- A term used to describe those pastors who are more inclined to spend their time guarding and protecting the church from heresy and false teaching All pastors must be guardians to some extent Please see Dave Luecke's ongoing series, Missionaries and Guardians
guardianship
In California, a court proceeding where a judge appoints someone to care for a person under age 18 or to manage the minor's estate (property), or both In some states, conservatorship of an adult is called guardianship, but not in California (Compare with conservatorship )
guardianship
the responsibility of a guardian or keeper; "he left his car in my keeping"
guardianship
Legal right given to a person to be responsible for the food, housing, health care and other necessities of a person deemed incapable of providing these necessities for himself or herself
guardianship
Welayat
guardianship
If a person has the guardianship of a child, they have the responsibility of a child's daily care as well as decisions relating to the child's long term care •Child Maintenance
guardianship
The institution 'Abdu'l-Bahá created to succeed him as "Head of the Faith " Shoghi Effendi was the first and only Guardian of the Bahá'í Faith
guardianship
Guardianship is the position of being a guardian. depriving mothers of the guardianship of their children. the position of being legally responsible for someone else's child
guardianship
the responsibility of a guardian or keeper; "he left his car in my keeping
guardianship
The legal responsibility for the care of a minor child
guardianship
{i} position or duties of a guardian; protection, guard
guardianship
A legal proceeding by which one person (the guardian) is appointed by a court and charged with the legal right and duty to care for another person who is unable to care for themselves
guardianship
When an individual becomes unable to manage his or her personal business affairs for any reason (stroke, Alzheimer's or mental incapacity, for example), legal guardianship may be necessary Through court proceedings, an individual applies for, and is granted, the legal authority to handle the financial and personal affairs of the incapacitated person These court proceedings are costly (including attorney feeds, bond premium, filing fees, etc ), time consuming, stressful, and embarrassing to the family (Court records are public information) Guardians must be bonded, and guardians must report to a judge
guardianship
Court proceeding initiated to supervise management of the personal affairs (e g living accommodations, nursing home selection) of an incapacitated or incompetent person In some states the term "guardianship" also refers to the procedure used to manage property and legal affairs of the incapacitated or incompetent person
guardianship
Legal right given to a person to be responsible for the food, housing, health care, and other necessities of a person deemed incapable of providing these necessities for himself or herself A guardian also may be given responsibility for the person's financial affairs, and thus perform additionally as a conservator (See also conservatorship )
guardianship
A formal, court-appointed method of substitute decision making on behalf of an individual who is a minor or who has been declared legally incapacitated or incompetent Guardians of the estate are sometimes referred to as conservators Guardianship can be general, limited, or temporary and can act on behalf of the person, the estate, or both (plenary)
guardianship
attention and management implying responsibility for safety; "he is in the care of a bodyguard"
guardianship
Used in a will to decide who will care for a child if the parents should die
guardianship
is a legal way of protecting an adult who is not able to care for himself/herself, make decisions in his/her own best interest, or handle assets Through this process, another person is appointed to act for the adult, in one or more life areas The person for whom a guardian is appointed is called a Ward There are several types of guardianship in Florida; each is detailed below
guardianship
The office, duty, or care, of a guardian; protection; care; watch
guardianship
Person appointed by the courts for the care for and manage the property of another, such as a minor or a person incapable of managing his or her own affairs
legal guardian
An adult charged with administering the legal affairs of a minor person
legal guardian
Someone who has been appointed by a court of law to have responsibility for a minor or an incompetent adult Some forms of legal guardianship refer only to responsibility for the financial affairs of the child or incompetent adult The legal guardian can be the representative payee for a beneficiary or someone else can serve as representative payee
legal guardian
a person (or institution) to whom legal title to property is entrusted to use for another's benefit
legal guardian
An individual appointed by a court to be a "guardian" of a person and specifically required by the court to use his or her financial resources for the support of that person
legal guardian
An individual appointed by a court to be a "guardian" of a person, and specifically required by the court to use his or her financial resources for the support of that person
unpaid guardian
person who protects a deposit without receiving a salary and is not responsible in the event of theft or loss
guardian