merit

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İngilizce - Türkçe
erdem
{f} -i hak etmek, -e layık olmak; -e değmek
marifet
{i} değer

Başkalarına iyilik etmek değerli bir harekettir; başkalarını incitmek bir günahtır. - To do good to others is a meritorious act; to hurt others is a sin.

yaraşırlık
-e layık olmak
-e değmek
(Ticaret) iyi taraflar
liyakat göstermek
değim
meziyet
fazilet
liyakat

Toplantıda planın liyakatını belirttim. - At the meeting I pointed out the plan's merit.

layık olmak
hak etmek
(Kanun) Bir davanın tutar tarafı ya da mesneti
{f} hak et
hak
merit system devlet memurluğunda başarıya göre atama ve terfi sistemi
mukâfat
hüner
değer kazanmak
on his merits değerine göre
{f} değmek
{i} yararlık
ödül
ehliyet
(Ticaret) yetenek

Onun görünüşüyle yeteneklerini bilemezsin. - You can't know his merits by his appearance.

merit dump file
(Bilgisayar) merit döküm dosyası
merit good
(Ticaret) değer malları
merit report
(Ticaret) hakediş raporu
merit pay
başarı ödülü
merit badge
hak rozeti
merit of
liyakat
merit system
başarıya göre ödüllendirme/ikramiye sistemi
merit system
işte gösterilen performansa dayalı ödüllendirme/ikramiye sistemi
merit-based
başarı tabanlı
merit rating
(Ticaret) liyakat değerlemesi
merit salary increase
(Ticaret) liyakata göre maaş artışı
merit system
devlet memurluğunda başarıya göre atama ve terfi sistemi
medal of merit
liyakat madalyası
medal for merit
(Askeri) SİVİL LİYAKAT MADALYASI: Savaşta ve olağanüstü hallerde, ABD için yaptıkları fevkalade hizmetten dolayı, sivillere verilen nişan. Nişan sıra numarası, bütün askeri nişanlardan sonra, 1'dir. Ayrıca bakınız: "rosette"
figure of merit
başarım ölçüsü
legion of merit
(Askeri) liyakat madalyası
merit system
(Ticaret) ehliyet sistemi
merited
hak eden
merited
hak etmiş
band merit
bant kalitesi
figure of merit
değer katsayısı
merited
{f} hak et
devoid of all merit, dismal
tüm hak, kasvetli yoksun
to merit
hak etmek
acquire merit in god's sight
sevaba girmek
award of merit
(Spor) liyakat ödülü
legion of merit
(Askeri) LİYAKAT MADALYASI: A. B. D. Ordusunda; fevkalade hizmetlerin başarılmasında gösterilen üstün değerde bir harekete delalet eden ve A. B. D. personeline derecesiz, dost memleketler personeline ise dereceli olarak verilen nişan. Bu madalyanın nişan sıra numarası 5'tir
sludge merit
(Otomotiv) tortu miktarı
united states order of merit
(Askeri) abd liyakat madalyası
İngilizce - İngilizce
Something deserving either good or bad recognition

His reward for his merit was a check for $50.

To be worthy or deserving
To earn or to deserve
Something worthy of a high rating
A claim to commendation or reward
The quality of deserving reward
{n} desert, a right, a claim
{v} to deserve, earn, gain, claim as a right
Insight, power or energy bestowed on the mind when one performs virtuous actions
the quality of being deserving (e g , deserving assistance); "there were many children whose deservingness he recognized and rewarded"
The quality or state of deserving well or ill; desert
To reward
in a good sense: The quality or state of deserving well; worth; excellence
Reward deserved; any mark or token of excellence or approbation; as, his teacher gave him ten merits
A value indicating the amount of CPU time a particular creature deserves (or has earned) taking into account its length and the tasks that it has successfully completed
{f} be worthy of, be eligible for; deserve
To acquire desert; to gain value; to receive benefit; to profit
The idea of transfer of the merit from oneís religious practice to another person or for the good of other beings is generally regarded as non-canonical in Theravada Buddhism although it is quite common in practice In Mahayana Buddhism the dedication of merit for the good of other beings is an essential part of all ritual practice
If someone or something merits a particular action or treatment, they deserve it. He said he had done nothing wrong to merit a criminal investigation = deserve
The merits of something are its advantages or other good points. the technical merits of a film
Merit involves the application of values in our staffing actions No formal definition exists for this term See Relative and Individual Merit
MasterCard's requirements for obtaining favorable interchange rates Similar to CPS requirements by Visa
Something deserving either good or bad
Michigan Education Research Instruction Triade
The lowering of the primary loss on a policy when the applicant's experience rate is lower than the manual primary loss rate
When you are entitled to favourable consideration or entitlement
If something has merit, it has good or worthwhile qualities. The argument seemed to have considerable merit Box-office success mattered more than artistic merit
Merit develops and promotes advanced Internet services for research and education Merit's regional network in Michigan connects universities, community colleges, K-12 schools, libraries, state agencies, and cultural organizations Through these organizations, Merit serves more than one million people in Michigan every day
Refers to the qualification levels for a MasterCard transaction Merit III is the highest discount, followed by Merit II, Merit I, and then Standard
Praiseworthy aspects or worthiness for an award
any admirable quality or attribute; "work of great merit"
A special advantage, bonus, or edge the wrestler has not represented by his Attributes, Traits, or Maneuvers
If you judge something or someone on merit or on their merits, your judgment is based on what you notice when you consider them, rather than on things that you know about them from other sources. Everybody is selected on merit Each case is judged on its merits. to be good, important, or serious enough for praise or attention = deserve
The concept of 'merit' is central to the Apache philosophy and community methodology Merit is a qualitative and subjective term, referring essentially to attributes such as those below; however, it can probably be summed up as the combination of the worth of one's accomplishments and the respect of one's peers technical competence ability to get along with others positive contributions to discussions and code The acquisition of merit is a cumulative process; once acquired, it doesn't decay It is possible to lose merit, though, by violating the community ethics, guidelines, or sensibilities
The good fortune created by virtuous actions It is the potential power to increase our good qualities and produce happiness
be worthy or deserving; "You deserve a promotion after all the hard work you have done"
{i} value; character or accomplishment that commends praise; excellence; state of being worthy of appreciation
To earn by service or performance; to have a right to claim as reward; to deserve; sometimes, to deserve in a bad sense; as, to merit punishment
If something is given or awarded on the basis of merit, those whose work is good will get more than those whose work is less good
Esp
any admirable quality or attribute; "work of great merit
merit badge
a badge award to Boy Scouts in recognition of special projects
merit badge
{i} badge awarded by the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts for completing the requirements for a badge; badge or award awarded to acknowledge worthy achievement deserving praise
merit pay
extra pay awarded to an employee on the basis of merit (especially to school teachers)
merit system
{i} method for promoting employees based on their achievements
merit system
The system of appointing and promoting civil service personnel on the basis of merit rather than political affiliation or loyalty
merit system
the system of employing and promoting civil servants on the basis of ability
figure of merit
A numerical value considered useful in comparing the quality of things

MPG is considered a figure of merit when comparing fuel economy of cars, but it doesn't address cost or reliability.

figures of merit
plural form of figure of merit
merited
Simple past tense and past participle of merit
merits
Intrinsic advantages, as opposed to political or procedural advantages

I was the boss's pet project, but was rejected on the merits.

merits
plural form of merit
merits
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of merit
Legion of Merit
US military decoration awarded for outstanding service
Legion of Merit
A U.S. military decoration awarded for exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services
Order of Merit
OM a special honour given to British people who have done something unusually good in military or civilian life. Only 24 people have the Order of Merit at any one time
ancestral merit
rights inherited from one's ancestors
certificate of merit
certificate of excellence, certificate of high achievement
figure of merit
1- A system generated indication of the quality of the actual navigation performance of the aircraft This is expressed as an indication of the aircraft position-fixing accuracy (ICAO FANS Concept, ADSP) 2- Indicates aircraft position determination accuracy and navigation capability or whether accuracy is better than : FOM 0 = >3ONM ; FOM 1 = <30NM ; FOM 2 = <I5NM ; FOM 3 = <8NM ; FOM 4 = 4NM ; FOM 5 = <1NM ; FOM 6 = <0 24NM ; FOM 7 = <0 05NM
figure of merit
The Figure of Merit is a calculation designed to determine the most favored de-conflicted solution See also, Figure Of Merit
figure of merit
The ratio of the maximum gain of a receiving antenna to the receiving system's equivalent noise temperature This value is usually expressed in dB/K It is a measure of the ability of an earth station to receive a satellite signal with good quality (high carrier-to-noise ratio) In general, the G/T increases with increasing antenna diameter See also G/T
man of merit
unique person, remarkable person, person of high standing
merited
{s} earned, achieved; justly deserved
merited
properly deserved; "a merited success"
merited
Of or pertaining to merit
merited
past of merit
merited
properly deserved; "a merited success
meriting
present participle of merit
meriting
having sufficient worth; "an idea worth considering"; "a cause deserving or meriting support"; "the deserving poor" (often used ironically)
merits
Substance, distinguished from form or procedure
merits
{i} (Law) strict legal rights of a party not including jurisdictional and personal or technical aspects; factual substance of a matter
merits
third-person singular of merit
merits
plural of merit
order of merit
{i} British honor established in 1902 by King Edward VII which is awarded for high position or distinguished service in any field (military forces, science, art, literature etc.)
special merit
special commendation, special appreciation
merit