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İngilizce - İngilizce
The inner bark of plants, lying next to the wood
The identification of the legal book the deed is recorded in at the County Court House
It usually contains a large proportion of woody, fibrous cells, and is, therefore, the part from which the fiber of the plant is obtained, as that of hemp, etc
Book of public records
Latin for book
{i} inner bark of plants, fibre from tree; book of public records (as birth certificates, death certificates, wills, deeds etc.)
A latin word for book
Ligue des Bibliothêques Europëennes de Recherche
Latin for "book", the volume in which land records are held
liber amicorum
book of friends - an early form of autograph book that originated in Germany
Liber Psalmorum
Book of Psalms
Liberal
A member or supporter of the Liberal Party of Canada, or its predecessors, or provincial equivalents, or their predecessors
Liberal
A Liberal Democrat
Liberal
A member or supporter of a Liberal Party
Liberal
Of or relating to the Liberal party, its membership, or its platform, policy, or viewpoint
Liberal
A Whig
Liberal
Generous, in great amount, a large proportion
liberal
Generous, bountiful

He was liberal with his compliments.

liberal
(US, Also 'classical liberal', akin to libertarian) A person who favors individual voting rights, human and civil rights, individual gun rights, laissez-faire markets, and the gold standard
liberal
Unrestrained, licentious

A ruffian / Who hath indeed most like a liberall villaine, / Confest the vile encounters they have had.

liberal
Open to political or social changes and reforms in favour of increased freedom or democracy
liberal
Free from prejudice or narrow-mindedness; open-minded, open to new ideas, willing to depart from established opinions, conventions etc.; permissive

Her parents had liberal ideas about child-rearing.

liberal
Generous in quantity, abundant

Add a liberal sprinkling of salt.

liberal
Pertaining to those arts and sciences whose study was considered "worthy of a free man" (as opposed to servile, mechanical); worthy, befitting a gentleman

He had a full education studying the liberal arts.

liberal
One with liberal views, supporting individual liberty (see Wikipedia on Liberalism for a description of the various and diverging trends of liberalism)
liberal
One opposing the views of a social conservative and favoring socially responsible taxes. Sometimes used pejoratively in political campaigns
liberalism
Any political movement founded on the autonomy and personal freedom of the individual, progress and reform, and government by law with the consent of the governed
liberalism
The quality of being liberal
liberalism
An economic theory in favour of laissez faire and the free market
liberate
to steal or abscond with (something)

The neighbor's garden gnome is so ugly, I'm tempted to liberate it for them.

liberated
Freed, especially from traditional ideas in social and sexual matters

His is a very liberated lifestyle.

liberated
Simple past tense and past participle of liberate

The army liberated the POWs as they captured the camp.

liberalism
opposition to conservatism
liberate
to set free or release from bondage
liberal
{a} generous, bountiful, free, genteel
liberality
{n} generosity, munificence, kindness
liberally
{a} generously, bountifully, freely
liberate
{v} to set at liberty, release, deliver
Liberal
A member or support of the Liberal Party
liberal
Bestowing in a large and noble way, as a freeman; generous; bounteous; open-handed; as, a liberal giver
liberal
Bestowed in a large way; hence, more than sufficient; abundant; bountiful; ample; profuse; as, a liberal gift; a liberal discharge of matter or of water
liberal
a person who favors an economic theory of laissez-faire and self-regulating markets
liberal
tolerant of change; not bound by authoritarianism, orthodoxy, or tradition
liberal
Related to Classical Liberalism, as in the political philosophy of American Conservatives who emphasize liberty, and also Libertarians
liberal
Favoring social freedom; permissive
liberal
Someone who has liberal views believes people should have a lot of freedom in deciding how to behave and think. She is known to have liberal views on divorce and contraception. Liberal is also a noun. a nation of free-thinking liberals
liberal
Generous in quantity
liberal
A person who is a proponent of liberalism (see below)
liberal
Opposing both conservative and socialist positions, particularly those of economic protectionists and authoritarians
liberal
Not narrow or contracted in mind; not selfish; enlarged in spirit; catholic
liberal
person whose political views favour progress and reform
liberal
a person who favors a political philosophy of progress and reform and the protection of civil liberties
liberal
having political or social views favoring reform and progress
liberal
not literal; "a loose interpretation of what she had been told"; "a free translation of the poem"
liberal
A supporter of any of the particular liberal parties
liberal
trivium
liberal
showing or characterized by broad-mindedness; "a broad political stance"; "generous and broad sympathies"; "a liberal newspaper"; "tolerant of his opponent's opinions"
liberal
Genus: A political belief system, or a person who accepts the system Differentia: To believe that the initiation of force should not be permitted in any aspect of life Comment: This definition above is the true, original definition of the term In America the term has been changed to mean the opposite, including the left-wing and other socialists
liberal
A liberal is a person who supports moderate social progress and reform
liberal
Favoring reform or progress, as in religion, education, or socioeconomic conditions; specifically, favoring political reforms tending toward democracy and personal freedom for the individual; progressive Liberals tend to favor greater federal power to remedy social inequities, and to support freedom of personal choice and behavior Liberals are described as being left of center on the political spectrum Of the two major political parties, the Democratic Party is generally regarded as being more liberal
liberal
Lib-er-al (n) - a political candidate whose views mirror or closely resemble points of view put forth in the Democratic platform
liberal
one who advocates greater freedom
liberal
A political description, following liberalism
liberal
Whig
liberal
Free by birth; hence, befitting a freeman or gentleman; refined; noble; independent; free; not servile or mean; as, a liberal ancestry; a liberal spirit; liberal arts or studies
liberal
Policies favouring reform and progress especially in government and economics
liberal
Favoring ideas that treat all people with equal justice regardless of educational, financial, sexual or racial status
liberal
{s} in favor of reform, supporting a progressive philosophy (political, religious, social, etc.); tolerant, open-minded; generous; abundant
liberal
Liberal means giving, using, or taking a lot of something, or existing in large quantities. As always he is liberal with his jokes She made liberal use of her elder sister's make-up and clothes. + liberally lib·er·al·ly Chemical products were used liberally over agricultural land. someone who supports or belongs to the former Liberal Party in Britain or the Liberal Party in Canada. someone with liberal opinions or principles   conservative. Italian Liberal Party liberal arts Liberal Party Liberal Party of Canada Liberal Democratic Party National Liberal Party
liberal
A person who favors individual voting rights, human and civil rights, individual gun-rights, laissez-faire markets, and the gold standard
liberal
a person who favors a political philosophy of progress and reform and the protection of civil liberties a person who favors an economic theory of laissez-faire and self-regulating markets tolerant of change; not bound by authoritarianism, orthodoxy, or tradition having political or social views favoring reform and progress
liberal
Based on optimistic assumptions
liberal
Cf
liberal
Liberal British political party
liberal
Free to excess; regardless of law or moral restraint; licentious
liberal
Opposing conservative positions, particularly those of social conservatives
liberal
Not strict or rigorous; not confined or restricted to the literal sense; free; as, a liberal translation of a classic, or a liberal construction of law or of language
liberal
{i} one favors political and social reform, one who supports a progressive political philosophy; member of a liberal political party
liberal
in political speech now in the U S a liberal is a person who believes it is the duty of government to ameliorate social conditions and create a more equitable society Liberals favor generous spending on the welfare state; they exhibit a concern for minorities, the poor, and the disadvantaged and often see these conditions as a product of social injustices rather than individual failings
liberal
One who favors greater freedom in political or religious matters; an opponent of the established systems; a reformer; in English politics, a member of the Liberal party, so called
liberal
- short form or common name of the Liberal Party of Canada Its leader is Prime Minister Jean Chrétien
liberal
A person who believes that the government should actively support social reform within the existing system Liberals stress the importance of individual rights and believe the government should promote equality in affairs of private citizens and businesses (See CONSERVATIVE)
liberal
given or giving freely; "was a big tipper"; "the bounteous goodness of God"; "bountiful compliments"; "a freehanded host"; "a handsome allowance"; "Saturday's child is loving and giving"; "a liberal backer of the arts"; "a munificent gift"; "her fond and openhanded grandfather"
liberal
Political viewpoint with origins in Western Europe during the 19th century; stressed limited state interference in individual life, representation of propertied people in government; urged importance of constitutional rule and parliaments (p 702)
liberal
One with liberal views, supporting individual liberty
liberal
In American politics, "liberals" tend to be people who are somewhat ideologically left-of-center They tend to favor more power at the federal level and federal intervention to regulate economic issues and certain social issues, particularly social issues involving civil liberties, and the rights of minority groups Of the two major parties, the Democrats are generally considered more liberal Traditionally, the bases of liberal support have been among minorities, urban voters, labor unions and academics, though that is evolving as U S politics change Candidates and voters commonly refer to themselves and others as conservative, moderate (or centrist), or liberal
liberal
A Liberal politician or voter is a member of a Liberal Party or votes for a Liberal Party. The Liberal leader has announced his party's withdrawal from the ruling coalition. Liberal is also a noun. The Liberals hold twenty-three seats in parliament
liberal
One who denies some of the basic truths of Christianity
liberal
A liberal system allows people or organizations a lot of political or economic freedom. a liberal democracy with a multiparty political system They favour liberal free-market policies. Liberal is also a noun. These kinds of price controls go against all the financial principles of the free market liberals
liberal
Not bound by orthodox tenets or established forms in political or religious philosophy; independent in opinion; not conservative; friendly to great freedom in the constitution or administration of government; having tendency toward democratic or republican, as distinguished from monarchical or aristocratic, forms; as, liberal thinkers; liberal Christians; the Liberal party
liberalism
   Philosophical approach that favors governmental action to achieve equal opportunity and equality for all
liberalism
A school of economics that relies primarily on a free market with the minimum of barriers to the flow of private trade and capital Underdevelopment in the Third World, acording to this school, stems from certain domestic economic policies of the developing country which tend to accentuate market imperfections; reduce productivity of land, labor, and capital; and intensify social and political regidities The adoption of market-oriented domestic policies is the optimal way to remedy these weaknesses
liberalism
Liberalism is a belief in gradual social progress by changing laws, rather than by revolution. a democrat who has decided that economic liberalism is the best way to secure change. the tradition of nineteenth-century liberalism
liberalism
a political orientation that favors progress and reform
liberalism
an economic theory advocating free competition and a self-regulating market and the gold standard a political orientation that favors progress and reform
liberalism
A political movement founded on the autonomy and personal freedom of the individual, progress and reform, and government by law with the consent of the governed
liberalism
That school of capitalist philosophy which attempts to correct the injustices of capitalism by adding new laws to existing laws Each time conservatives pass a law creating privilege, liberals pass another law modifying privilege, leading conservatives to pass a more subtle law recreating privilege, etc , until "everything not forbidden is compulsory" and "everything not compulsory is forbidden "
liberalism
A belief in freedom of political institutions, in tolerance, and a belief in constitutional rule not dictatorship
liberalism
Liberal principles; the principles and methods of the liberals in politics or religion; specifically, the principles of the Liberal party
liberalism
A political philosophy whose basic tenet is that each individual should have the maximum freedom consistent with the freedom of others
liberalism
belief in social progress, the welfare state, active government, essential goodness of human race, the autonomy of the individual, and standing for the protection of political and civil liberties
liberalism
refers to thinking from the Liberal school of thought that posits that an economic system based on the market and free trade operates under 'natural' laws and brings benefits to the population The Liberal school of thought, however, has changed and evolved over the years in particular with respect to the role of the state in the economy, which may be confusing Here are some categories that might help to clarify
liberalism
an economic theory advocating free competition and a self-regulating market and the gold standard
liberalism
{i} quality or condition of being liberal; political philosophy which supports the protection of an individual's political and civil liberties
liberalism
A political philosophy "historically associated with the idea of freedom: the civil freedom of the individual: free political institutions; freedom of religion; free enterprise and free trade in economics " In its contemporary form, liberalism includes a belief in democratic capitalism, and in the duty of the state to alleviate social ills, and to protect civil liberties and individual and human rights (Alan Bullock and Oliver Stallybrass (eds ), The Fontana Dictionary of Modern Thought (London 1977), 347) Political parties calling themselves "Liberal" do not always reflect "liberal" values
liberalism
Liberalism is the political philosophy believing in intellectual freedom and progress, as well as economic equality Based on the works of John Maynard Keynes This "Modern Liberalism" grew out of Classical Liberalism; the political philosophy believing in economic and intellectual freedom
liberalism
Liberalism is the belief that people should have a lot of political and individual freedom. He was concerned over growing liberalism in the Church. liberal opinions and principles, especially on social and political subjects   conservatism. Political and economic doctrine that emphasizes the rights and freedoms of the individual and the need to limit the powers of government. Liberalism originated as a defensive reaction to the horrors of the European wars of religion of the 16th century (see Thirty Years' War). Its basic ideas were given formal expression in works by Thomas Hobbes and John Locke, both of whom argued that the power of the sovereign is ultimately justified by the consent of the governed, given in a hypothetical social contract rather than by divine right (see divine kingship). In the economic realm, liberals in the 19th century urged the end of state interference in the economic life of society. Following Adam Smith, they argued that economic systems based on free markets are more efficient and generate more prosperity than those that are partly state-controlled. In response to the great inequalities of wealth and other social problems created by the Industrial Revolution in Europe and North America, liberals in the late 19th and early 20th centuries advocated limited state intervention in the market and the creation of state-funded social services, such as free public education and health insurance. In the U.S. the New Deal program undertaken by Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt typified modern liberalism in its vast expansion of the scope of governmental activities and its increased regulation of business. After World War II a further expansion of social welfare programs occurred in Britain, Scandinavia, and the U.S. Economic stagnation beginning in the late 1970s led to a revival of classical liberal positions favouring free markets, especially among political conservatives in Britain and the U.S. Contemporary liberalism remains committed to social reform, including reducing inequality and expanding individual rights. See also conservatism; individualism
liberalism
A political philosophy that elevates individual freedom and autonomy as its key organizing value
liberality
the trait of being generous in behavior and temperament an inclination to favor progress and individual freedom
liberality
A gift; a gratuity; sometimes in the plural; as, a prudent man is not impoverished by his liberalities
liberality
the trait of being generous in behavior and temperament
liberality
The property of being liberal
liberality
an inclination to favor progress and individual freedom
liberality
{i} state of being liberal; tolerance; generosity, open-handedness; generous gift
liberality
The quality or state of being liberal; liberal disposition or practice; freedom from narrowness or prejudice; generosity; candor; charity
liberally
freely in a nonliteral manner; "he embellished his stories liberally"
liberally
freely in a nonliteral manner; "he embellished his stories liberally
liberally
in a generous manner; "he gave liberally to several charities"
liberally
In a liberal manner, generously or in accordance with political views associated with the liberals
liberally
in a progressive manner; broad-mindedly, tolerantly; generously, abundantly
liberally
in a generous manner; "he gave liberally to several charities" freely in a nonliteral manner; "he embellished his stories liberally
liberally
In a liberal manner
liberals
plural of liberal
liberate
give equal rights to; of women and minorities
liberate
To liberate a prisoner means to set them free. The government is devising a plan to liberate prisoners held in detention camps
liberate
To release from restraint or bondage; to set at liberty; to free; to manumit; to disengage; as, to liberate a slave or prisoner; to liberate the mind from prejudice; to liberate gases
liberate
grant freedom to; free from confinement
liberate
{f} set free, emancipate, release (from slavery, captivity, etc.)
liberate
grant freedom to; "The students liberated their slaves upon graduating from the university"
liberate
grant freedom to; "The students liberated their slaves upon graduating from the university
liberate
To liberate a place or the people in it means to free them from the political or military control of another country, area, or group of people. They planned to march on and liberate the city + liberation lib·era·tion a mass liberation movement
liberate
to free; to release from restraint or bondage; to set at liberty; to manumit; to disengage
liberate
To liberate someone from something means to help them escape from it or overcome it, and lead a better way of life. He asked how committed the leadership was to liberating its people from poverty. = free + liberating lib·er·at·ing If you have the chance to spill your problems out to a therapist it can be a very liberating experience. + liberation lib·era·tion the women's liberation movement
liberated
Freed
liberated
free from traditional social restraints; "an emancipated young woman pursuing her career"; "a liberated lifestyle"
liberated
approval If you describe someone as liberated, you mean that they do not accept their society's traditional values or restrictions on behaviour. She was determined that she would become a liberated businesswoman. = emancipated. free to behave in the way you want, and not restricted by traditional rules of social and sexual behaviour
liberated
(of a gas e g ) released from chemical combination
liberated
released from chemical combination
liberated
freed from bondage
liberated
Past tense of liberate
liberated
of a gas e
liberated
{s} set free, released, emancipated
liberates
third-person singular of liberate
Türkçe - Türkçe

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Liberal
erkinci
LİBERAL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Fr. Ferdî hürriyet lehinde, hürriyete elverişli. Ferdî teşebbüs ve hürriyet haklarını korumak için en iyi vasıta, devletin salâhiyyetlerini mümkün olduğu kadar tahdid etmek fikri. Rusya'daki dinsiz sosyalistliğin zıddı. Bak: Sosyalizm
LİBERAL
(Hukuk) Liberalizm yanlısı; kişi özgürlüklerinden yana
liberal
Hürriyet ve serbestlikle ilgili
liberal
Serbest ekonomiden yana olan kimse
liberal
Hoşgörülü
İngilizce - Türkçe
(Mitoloji) Dionysos'un latince adı
(isim) ağaç kabuğunun içi
{i} ağaç kabuğunun içi
liberate
serbest bırakmak
liberate
{f} özgürlüğüne kavuşturmak
liberal
hür
liberal
özgürlükçü kimse
liberally
bolca/cömertçe
liberate
kurtarmak
liberate
serbest bırak
liberal
liberalizm

Hayır, kesinlikle hatalısın. Tom radikal değil muhafazakardır. Sadece liberalizmden nefret ediyor. - No, you are absolutely wrong. Tom is not radical but conservative. He just hates liberalism.

Ben liberalizme inanmıyorum. - I do not believe in liberalism.

liberal
(Ticaret) libere
liberal
(Ticaret) özgürlükçü

O, özgürlükçü bir terbiye aldı. - He's had a liberal upbringing.

Senatör Kerry bir özgürlükçü olarak kabul edildi. - Senator Kerry was considered a liberal.

liberal
liberal kimse
liberal
erkin
liberal
geniş gönüllü
liberal
(Politika, Siyaset) alicenap
liberal
özgür

Senatör Kerry bir özgürlükçü olarak kabul edildi. - Senator Kerry was considered a liberal.

Genç insanların özgürlükçü görüşünü al. - Take a liberal view of young people.

liberality
(Ticaret) serbestlik
liberal
geniş görüşlü
liberal
erkinci
liberal
hoşgörülü
liberal
Liberal Parti üyesi
liberal
eliaçık
liberal
açık fikirli
liberal
cömert

O parası ile cömerttir ve bir sürü hediyeler alır. - He is liberal with his money and buys a lot of presents.

liberality
cömertlik
liberality
eli açıklık
liberality
geniş görüşlülük
liberally
el açıklığıyla
liberally
cömertlikle
liberally
büyük miktarda
liberated
{f} serbest bırak
liberated
serbest bırakılan
liberal
{s} oldukça büyük
liberal
serbest fikirli
liberal
{s} cömert, eli açık
liberal
{s} bol
liberal
hür fikirli parti azası
liberal
liberal görüşlü kimse
liberal
genel
liberal
{s} serbest

Sığır serbestleştirilmesinin kesin sonucu ortaya çıkmadan önce dört yıl olacak. - It will be four years before the definite result of beef liberalization emerges.

liberal
{i} liberal
liberal
mükrim
liberal
{s} özgür düşünceli
liberal
serbest düşünceli
liberal
hür fikirli
liberal
liberal arts fen veya tarih ve felsefe gibi yüksek ilimler
liberal
yüksek ve şümullü cömert eli açık
liberal
libe

Tom çok liberal, değil mi? - Tom is very liberal, isn't he?

Tom çok liberal bir kişidir. - Tom is a very liberal person.

liberalism
{i} liberallik
liberalism
liberalizm,serbest fikirlilik
liberalism
özgürlükçülük
liberalism
erkincilik
liberalism
liberalizm

Ben liberalizmin hayranım. - I'm a fan of liberalism.

Ben liberalizme inanmıyorum. - I do not believe in liberalism.

liberality
{i} liberallik
liberality
özgürlükçülük
liberality
cömertlik/açık görüşlülük
liberally
liberal bir şekilde
liberate
{f} azat etmek, serbest bırakmak, salıvermek
liberate
liberator kurtaran veya azat eden kimse
liberate
{f} argo çalmak
liberated
arınmış
liberated
serbest
liberated
(Askeri) HÜRRİYETE KAVUŞTURULAN, HÜRRİYETE KAVUŞTURULMUŞ: Hürriyetinden mahrum edilmişken kurtarılan ve hürriyetine kavuşturulan
liber