guideline

listen to the pronunciation of guideline
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ilke
{i} prensip
hat
kılavuz, kural Klavuz çizgile /
anahatlar
kılavuz
(Bilgisayar) kılavuz çizgiler
ana hatlar (bir projedeki)
(Askeri) davranış ilkeleri
(Kanun) kılavuz ilke
(Politika, Siyaset) talimatname
kılavuz bilgi
(Bilgisayar) yolgösterim
kılavuz çizgi
(Askeri) kılavuz hat
(Kanun) ana hat
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) kılavuz kural
yönerge

Ben yönergeleri izliyorum. - I'm following the guidelines.

{i} ana hatlar
tüzük
{i} (bir projedeki) ana hatlar
okuyucuya yardımcı olmak için kitap sayfasının üstüne yazılan yazı
standart tespit eden kural veya prensip
esas nokta
{i} uçak kılavuz ipi
(Ticaret) talimat
(Tıp) rehber
(Bilgisayar) kural

Ayaklarına giydiğin şey güvenlik kurallarına uymuyor. - What you're wearing on your feet don't meet safety guidelines.

Burada çok katı kurallarımız var. - We have very strict guidelines here.

genel bilgi
standart kural
hakim
guideline limit
(Nükleer Bilimler) kılavuz limit
guidelines
(Kanun) yönetmelik

Burada çok katı yönetmeliklerimiz var. - We have very strict guidelines here.

guidelines
öneriler
guidelines
(Politika, Siyaset) tüzük
guidelines
(Politika, Siyaset) kural

Ayaklarına giydiğin şey güvenlik kurallarına uymuyor. - What you're wearing on your feet don't meet safety guidelines.

Burada çok katı kurallarımız var. - We have very strict guidelines here.

guidelines
meselenin ana çekitleri
Guidelines
esaslar
guidelines
yönergeler

Ben yönergeleri izliyorum. - I'm following the guidelines.

guidelines
(Avrupa Birliği) kılavuz
guidelines
(Hukuk) talimatlar
guidelines
(Hukuk) resmi tavsiyeler
guidelines
(Askeri) ANA ESASLAR
İngilizce - İngilizce
A plan or explanation to guide one in setting standards or determining a course of action
A non-specific rule or principle that provides direction to action or behaviour
A light line, used in lettering, to help align the text
(n) A type of construction line used to guide the lettering on the drawing The term can also refer to lines used for the placement of other elements in a drawing or sketch
a convention that provides guidance on how to perform one or more related work units Contrast with procedure
A document that recommends methods to be used to accomplish an objective
a rule or principle that provides guidance to appropriate behavior
Any kind of recommendation or guidance on the protection of human beings or receptors in the environment from the adverse effects of air pollutants As such, it is not restricted to a numerical value but might also be expressed in a different way, for example as exposure-response information or as a unit risk estimate (WHO 1998a)
a light line that is used in lettering to help align the letters
similar to Procedures, they may also contain instructions to carry out a policy statement but may not necessarily provide a linear progression of steps or actions to be taken
If an organization issues guidelines on something, it issues official advice about how to do it. The government should issue clear guidelines on the content of religious education The accord also lays down guidelines for the conduct of American drug enforcement agents
A recommended approach, parameter, etc , for conducting an activity or task, utilizing a product, etc
A statement suggesting how a given policy or regulation might be implemented
A guideline is something that can be used to help you plan your actions or to form an opinion about something. The effects of the sun can be significantly reduced if we follow certain guidelines
A written statement or outline of a policy, practice or conduct Guidelines may propose options to enable a user to satisfy provisions of a code, standard, regulation or recommendation
Recommended practice(s) to be followed A guideline may become a standard or procedure Guidelines may be rules of thumb, helpful hints, or techniques [F&A-OIR-OLT 03/24/1994]
A preferred or advisable course of action, or level of attainment that promotes the achievement of Forest Plan goals and objectives Guidelines are developed when: Professional expertise is needed to address resource management questions; Site conditions are variable; and They contribute to the achievement of goals A project-level analysis and a signed decision (by the responsible official) are required in order to deviate from an established guideline
As used in this Report, a Guideline is any one of the provisions that form a part of the Access Board’s Final Rule on Section 255, numbered from 1193 23a to 1193 51e Each provision is considered a separate Guideline The term is capitalized solely to distinguish it from both the generic term and from other accessibility design guidelines found in other sources
a detailed plan or explanation to guide you in setting standards or determining a course of action; "the president said he had a road map for normalizing relations with Vietnam"
A steering or usual course of action, but neither mandatory nor requiring a superior's approval for deviation from it
A single vertical or horizontal line that you can use to help position objects on the page
A guideline is a document which helps specify practical information on techniques to help you perform certain tasks
{i} outline or indication of acceptable conduct or procedure
A recommended method that may be modified to meet the intent of policies and standards, Eg: deviations don't have to be documented or approved
A recommended limit for a substance or an agent intended to protect human health or the environment that is not legally enforceable
something that is to be preferred, but that does not have the force of a standard
A written statement or policy statement that may be issued by any organizational entity for the purpose of providing future direction, clarification, or other necessary or useful information or direction as it relates to the particular work activity and process affected
-A document used to communicate the recommended procedures, processes, or usage of a particular business practice
an optional practice or new practice not currently legislated Although guidelines are generally voluntary, the implication is that practitioners will use these concepts and principles in meeting their resource objectives
guidelines
Principles and procedures to set basic requirements for general limits of acceptability for assessments
guidelines
A standard method for setting child support obligations based on the income of the parent(s) and other factors determined by State law
guidelines
– Statement by authoritative bodies as to the procedures appropriate for the physician to employ in making a diagnosis and treating it The goal of guidelines is to change practice styles, reduce inappropriate and unnecessary care, and cut costs
guidelines
A set of steps to be taken in performing a task or implementing a policy, program or activities and the manner of doing so Guidelines are more specific and more detailed than guiding principles, on which they are based Health In accordance with the Constitution of the World Health Organization (1948), health is "a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity" Health is defined here as a positive concept, emphasizing social and personal resources as well as physical capabilities
guidelines
These are safe levels of contaminants for the protection of given water uses The full technical reports are not yet on-line but the approved overview reports, which include a summary table of the recommended guidelines for the protection of the various water uses, will be found here Draft guidelines and a 90 day notice of when new drafts will be coming out are also posted to make review and commenting on the documents easier
guidelines
The child support guidelines are the formula used to calculate the appropriate amount of child support for both parents
guidelines
– A standard method of setting child support obligations based upon the income of parent(s) and other factors as determined by state law
guidelines
outline required to be followed by court in calculating child support, unless the court finds that it would be unjust to follow guidelines due to unusual circumstances Guidelines take into consideration number of children; incomes of both parents, but weighted toward consideration of income of non-custodial parent; child care expenses; and other factors
guidelines
A set of restrictive guidelines used by the ARB to govern the architectural aesthetics, setbacks, tree removal and color selections associated with homes built in a plantation community These are designed to protect the personality of communities that motivated land purchases These regulations can have significant impact on specific design ideas Many owners are surprised by the scope and effectiveness of the restrictions Most covenants indicate that ARB’s are responsible to interpret these guidelines, but are not responsible to adhere to any prior precedents set by their prior decisions
guidelines
A standard method for setting child support obligations based on the income of the parent(s) and other factors as determined by State law
guidelines
Provided to ensure a consistent application of a Reference Architecture and/or Reference Shells when creating particular models [CIM-OSA]
guidelines
In family law, a standard method for figuring out child support payments based on the income of the parent(s) and other factors according to state law The Federal Family Support Act of 1988 says states must use guidelines to calculate support for each family unless there is a written court finding saying the guidelines would be inappropriate for that case
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State rules used to determine amounts of child support to be paid Tennessee's Child Support Guidelines are based on the non-custodial parent's net income
guidelines
the instructions for writing in a publication given to the writer
guidelines
plural of guideline
guidelines
A statement of a foundation's goals, priorities, criteria and procedures for applying for a grant
guidelines
(Security ) Recommended actions to follow in implementing the current policy Guidelines should always be considered in the context of the best business practices Guidelines change with the bank computer environment Adherence to guidelines is advisable but discretionary
guidelines
A standard method for establishing child support obligations based on the income of the parent(s) and other factors, as determined by state law
guidelines
A statement of a donor's goals, priorities, criteria and procedures
guidelines
directions to follow in the preparation and submission of a proposal; usually but not always provided by the funding source; more commonly available from government sources or larger foundations
guidelines
A foundation's stated goals, priorities, limitations, and application procedures
guidelines
The procedures that grantseekers should follow when approaching individual funding agencies
guidelines
A standard method for setting child support obligations based on the income of the parents and other factors determined by state law The Family Support Act of 1988 requires states to use guidelines when determining the amount of support for a family unless it is found that the guidelines are inappropriate in a particular case
guidelines
set of general principles used in judging proposals
guidelines
A statement of a donor or donee's goals, priorities, criteria, and procedures
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Procedures set forth by a funder that grantseekers should follow when approaching a grantmaker
guideline