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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Politika, Siyaset) alicenap

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.

(Ticaret) özgürlükçü

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

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

(Ticaret) libere
geniş görüşlü

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

{i} özgürlükçü kimse
açık fikirli
Liberal Parti üyesi
liberal kimse
liberal arts fen veya tarih ve felsefe gibi yüksek ilimler
{s} bol
{s} serbest fikirli
{s} özgür düşünceli
{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.

serbest düşünceli
hür fikirli parti azası
{s} hür
{s} cömert, eli açık
yüksek ve şümullü cömert eli açık

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

Tom oldukça liberal, değil mi? - Tom is quite liberal, isn't he?

hür fikirli
{i} liberal görüşlü kimse
{s} genel
{s} oldukça büyük

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

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

geniş gönüllü
liberal arts
(Ticaret) serbest meslekler
liberal arts
sosyal bilimler
liberal education
genel kültür
liberal profession
serbest meslek
liberal democrats
liberal demokratlar
liberal economy
Serbest ekonomi
liberal arts
edebiyat ve beşeri bilimler
liberal arts
beşeri ilimler
liberal arts and sciences
lliberal sanat ve bilimler
liberal citizenship
(Politika, Siyaset) liberal vatandaşlık
liberal construction
(Ticaret) geniş tefsir
liberal construction
(Ticaret) geniş yorum
liberal interpretation
(Kanun) serbest yorum
liberal interpretation
(Kanun) liberal yorum
liberal parties
(Politika, Siyaset) liberal partiler
liberal school
(Ticaret) liberal doktrin
liberal school
(Politika, Siyaset,Ticaret) liberal okul
liberal school
(Ticaret) klasik liberalizm
liberal thought
(Politika, Siyaset) liberal görüş
liberal trade
(Ticaret) serbest ticaret
liberal arts
(Eğitim) temel bilimler
el açıklığıyla
büyük miktarda
Liberal arts
beşerî ilimler
comprehensive; liberal; enlarged
kapsamlı, liberal, genişlemiş
(Mitoloji) Dionysos'un latince adı
{i} ağaç kabuğunun içi
(isim) ağaç kabuğunun içi
liberal bir şekilde
Türkçe - Türkçe
Hürriyet ve serbestlikle ilgili
Serbest ekonomiden yana olan kimse
(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
(Hukuk) Liberalizm yanlısı; kişi özgürlüklerinden yana
İngilizce - İngilizce
A Liberal Democrat
Generous, in great amount, a large proportion
A Whig
Of or relating to the Liberal party, its membership, or its platform, policy, or viewpoint
A member or supporter of a Liberal Party
A member or supporter of the Liberal Party of Canada, or its predecessors, or provincial equivalents, or their predecessors
Generous in quantity, abundant

Add a liberal sprinkling of salt.

One opposing the views of a social conservative and favoring socially responsible taxes. Sometimes used pejoratively in political campaigns
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.

One with liberal views, supporting individual liberty (see Wikipedia on Liberalism for a description of the various and diverging trends of liberalism)
Generous, bountiful

He was liberal with his compliments.

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.

Open to political or social changes and reforms in favour of increased freedom or democracy
Unrestrained, licentious

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

(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
A supporter of any of the particular liberal parties
{a} generous, bountiful, free, genteel
A member or support of the Liberal Party
person whose political views favour progress and reform
a person who favors a political philosophy of progress and reform and the protection of civil liberties
Opposing both conservative and socialist positions, particularly those of economic protectionists and authoritarians
Related to Classical Liberalism, as in the political philosophy of American Conservatives who emphasize liberty, and also Libertarians
A liberal is a person who supports moderate social progress and reform
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
A person who favors individual voting rights, human and civil rights, individual gun-rights, laissez-faire markets, and the gold standard
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
showing or characterized by broad-mindedness; "a broad political stance"; "generous and broad sympathies"; "a liberal newspaper"; "tolerant of his opponent's opinions"
Bestowing in a large and noble way, as a freeman; generous; bounteous; open-handed; as, a liberal giver
Lib-er-al (n) - a political candidate whose views mirror or closely resemble points of view put forth in the Democratic platform
one who advocates greater freedom
A political description, following liberalism
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
Policies favouring reform and progress especially in government and economics
Favoring ideas that treat all people with equal justice regardless of educational, financial, sexual or racial status
{s} in favor of reform, supporting a progressive philosophy (political, religious, social, etc.); tolerant, open-minded; generous; abundant
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
Based on optimistic assumptions
Liberal British political party
Free to excess; regardless of law or moral restraint; licentious
Opposing conservative positions, particularly those of social conservatives
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
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
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
One who denies some of the basic truths of Christianity
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
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
One with liberal views, supporting individual liberty
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)
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"
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)
- short form or common name of the Liberal Party of Canada Its leader is Prime Minister Jean Chrétien
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
{i} one favors political and social reform, one who supports a progressive political philosophy; member of a liberal political party
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
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
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
a person who favors an economic theory of laissez-faire and self-regulating markets
tolerant of change; not bound by authoritarianism, orthodoxy, or tradition
Favoring social freedom; permissive
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
Generous in quantity
A person who is a proponent of liberalism (see below)
Not narrow or contracted in mind; not selfish; enlarged in spirit; catholic
having political or social views favoring reform and progress
not literal; "a loose interpretation of what she had been told"; "a free translation of the poem"
Liberal Democrat
a member of the Liberal Democrats political party
Liberal Democrats
a centre-left political party
liberal arts
those areas of learning that require and cultivate general intellectual ability rather than technical skills; the humanities
liberal arts
the trivium and the quadrivium
liberal profession
A liberal profession is an occupation pursued in relation to an ideal of public service and requiring substantial mastery of complex skills in the liberal arts or sciences which cannot be delegated to assistants
liberal religions
plural form of liberal religion
Liberal Democrat
In Britain, a Liberal Democrat is a member of the Liberal Democrat Party
Liberal Democrat Party
The Liberal Democrat Party is the third largest political party in Britain and the main centre party. It believes in improving the constitution and the voting system and in providing good welfare services
Liberal Democrats
a British political party Democrat
Liberal Party
{i} left-wing political party in Britain which supports improving conditions for the lower classes
Liberal Party
In Britain, the Liberal Party was a political party which believed in limited controls on industry, the providing of welfare services, and more local government and individual freedom. Liberal Party is also used to refer to similar parties in some other countries. a former British political party of the centre. British political party that emerged in the mid-19th century as the successor to the Whigs. It was the major party in opposition to the Conservative Party until 1918, after which it was supplanted by the Labour Party. It was initially supported by the middle class that was enfranchised by the Reform Bill of 1832. Earl Russell's administration in 1846 is sometimes regarded as the first Liberal government, but the first unequivocally Liberal government was formed in 1868 by William E. Gladstone. Under Gladstone, until 1894, the party's hallmark was reform; after 1884 it espoused Irish Home Rule. It championed individualism, private enterprise, human rights, and promotion of social justice; wary of imperial expansion, it was pacific and internationalist. During World War I it split into two camps, centred on H.H. Asquith and David Lloyd George. It continued as a minor party until 1988, when it merged with the Social Democratic Party to form the Liberal Democratic Party
Liberal Party of Canada
One of the two major Canadian political parties. It originated in two reformist opposition groups, Rouges and Clear Grits, that emerged in the mid-19th century in what are now the provinces of Quebec and Ontario, respectively. The first Liberal government was headed by Alexander Mackenzie (1873-78). The party regained power under Wilfred Laurier (1896-1911) and was the ruling party for much of the 20th century under such prime ministers as W.L. Mackenzie King, Louis Saint Laurent, Lester Pearson, Pierre Trudeau, and Jean Chrétien. Like the Conservative Party (later the Progressive Conservative Party), the Liberal Party comprises diverse regional, ethnic, religious, and class interests
Liberal-Democratic Party
Japan's largest political party, which held power almost continuously from its formation in 1955 until 1993. It was created through the amalgamation and transformation of various factions of the prewar Rikken Seiykai and Minseit parties. The conservative LDP appeared threatened in the 1970s but survived; the end of the 1980s boom years (the "bubble economy"), financial crises, and political scandals finally caused the party to lose its majority in the Diet in 1993. It came back to power in a coalition government in 1994, and since then LDP prime ministers have included Obuchi Keiz and Koizumi Jun'ichir
liberal Judaism
reform Judaism, movement that believes there is a need to adapt Jewish practices to fit modern life
liberal arts
Liberal Arts are those academic disciplines taught without regard to specific preparation for a vocation, falling within the behavioral and social sciences, the humanities, the natural sciences and mathematics, and the fine arts Specifically excluded are all vocational courses such as accounting or education courses
liberal arts
At a university or college, liberal arts courses are on subjects such as history or literature rather than science, law, medicine, or business. the areas of learning which develop someone's ability to think and increase their general knowledge, rather than developing technical skills. College or university curriculum aimed at imparting general knowledge and developing general intellectual capacities, in contrast to a professional, vocational, or technical curriculum. In Classical antiquity, the term designated the education proper to a freeman (Latin liber, "free") as opposed to a slave. In the medieval Western university, the seven liberal arts were grammar, rhetoric, and logic (the trivium) and geometry, arithmetic, music, and astronomy (the quadrivium). In modern colleges and universities, the liberal arts include the study of literature, languages, philosophy, history, mathematics, and science
liberal arts
Programs/courses in the humanities, natural sciences and social sciences
liberal arts
The study of the humanities (literature, the arts, and philosophy), history, foreign languages, social sciences, mathematics, and natural sciences Study of the liberal arts and humanities prepares students to develop general knowledge and reasoning ability rather than specific skills
liberal arts
a broad course of study including courses from the Humanities, Social Sciences and Natural Sciences
liberal arts
A broad-based introduction to a wide variety of subjects, including the social sciences, humanities, and natural sciences Generally does not include professional programs, such as business, engineering, or nursing, although these programs may contain some coursework in the liberal arts
liberal arts
A term referring to academic studies of subjects in the humanities, the social sciences, and the sciences Also called "liberal arts and sciences" or "arts and sciences "
liberal arts
See: "Would you like fries with that?"
liberal arts
studies intended to provide general knowledge and intellectual skills (rather than occupational or professional skills); "the college of arts and sciences"
liberal arts
general title for studies in many areas (such as the arts, natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities)
liberal arts
– An introduction to a wide variety of subjects including the social sciences, humanities, fine arts, and natural sciences The liberal arts do not include such technical majors as engineering, business, allied health, or architecture
liberal arts
A school or course of study which focuses on developing students' general knowledge and reasoning ability instead of a specific career; the result is often considered to be a well-rounded, general education in the arts and sciences
liberal arts
"Liberal arts" is the term for a cluster of fields of study that, in Western culture, have traditionally been considered essential for adequate education and civic participation These fields have included disciplines within the Humanities, Social Sciences, Mathematics, and Sciences
liberal education
education that focuses on the development of the intellect, education in the liberal arts
liberal interpretation
free interpretation, interpretation that is not literal
liberal party
{i} political party whose principles include individual freedom and economic (also entrepreneurial) freedom
liberal party
a major political party in Great Britain in the 19th century; now the third largest; advocated reforms and improvement of the conditions of working people
liberal profession
free-lance profession
liberal studies
subjects that are taught in order to increase someone's general knowledge and their ability to write, speak, and study more effectively liberal arts
small "l" liberal
Alternative spelling of small-l liberal
small l liberal
Alternative spelling of small-l liberal
small-l liberal
A liberal, that is, a person who holds liberal views, who is not a member of their country's "Liberal Party"
{a} generously, bountifully, freely
A liberal
Heirut-Liberal Party Bloc
group of right-wing political parties that became the Likud party
Herut-Liberal Block
group of right-wing political parties that became the Likud party
Independent Liberal Party
one of the political parties in Israel
Italian Liberal Party
Moderately conservative political party that dominated Italian politics in the decades after unification (1861) and was a minor party after World War II. It was formed as a parliamentary group in 1848 by Camillo Benso, count di Cavour; his followers favoured a centralized government, restricted suffrage, regressive taxation, and free trade. Left Liberals gained control of the party in 1876. Its strength declined after World War I, but beginning in 1944 it was a minor partner in most Christian Democratic coalition governments. Drawing its chief support from small businessmen, it favoured free enterprise; it also backed Italy's involvement in NATO. It was caught up in various corruption scandals after 1992 and was dissolved in the mid 1990s. Most former Liberals joined the centre-right Forza Italia party of Silvio Berlusconi
National Liberal Party
German Nationalliberale Partei Political party that was active first in Prussia and the North German Confederation from 1867, then in Germany in 1871-1918. From 1871 until 1879 the National Liberals, under the leadership of Rudolf von Bennigsen and Johannes von Miquel, enthusiastically supported Chancellor Otto von Bismarck in the Reichstag (parliament) and constituted a virtual government party, winning more seats than any other party. After losing many seats in the election of 1879, the party split over the issue of giving the Reichstag control over revenues. It formed a coalition with the Conservatives in 1890, but its influence waned thereafter
Social and Liberal Democrats
the official name of the Liberal Democrats, a British political party
armchair liberal
a person of liberal ideals who takes no action to realize them
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
In a liberal manner
in a generous manner; "he gave liberally to several charities" freely in a nonliteral manner; "he embellished his stories liberally
in a progressive manner; broad-mindedly, tolerantly; generously, abundantly
In a liberal manner, generously or in accordance with political views associated with the liberals
in a generous manner; "he gave liberally to several charities"
freely in a nonliteral manner; "he embellished his stories liberally
freely in a nonliteral manner; "he embellished his stories liberally"
{i} state of being liberal; tolerance; generosity, open-handedness; generous gift
The property of being liberal
plural of liberal