necessities

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İngilizce - Türkçe
zorunluluklar
necessity
ihtiyaç

Bir bilgisayar şimdi mutlak bir ihtiyaçtır. - A computer is an absolute necessity now.

necessity
gereksinim

Gereksinim icatın annesidir. - Necessity is the mother of invention.

necessity
zorunluluk

Karısı zorunluluktan dolayı işe başlamıştır. - His wife has started to work out of necessity.

Zorunluluktan beyaz bir yalan söyledi. - She told a white lie out of necessity.

necessity
{i} gereklilik

Sanat bir lüks değil fakat bir gerekliliktir. - Art is not a luxury, but a necessity.

Gıda temel bir gerekliliktir. - Food is a basic necessity.

necessity
{i} gereken
necessity
ister
necessity
yoksulluk
necessity
zorunluk
necessity
zorluk
bare necessities
temel ihtiyaçların
necessity
{i} lüzum
necessity
kaçınılmaz durum
necessity
{i} gerek

Onu yapmana gerek yok. - There is no necessity for you to do that.

Sanat bir lüks değil fakat bir gerekliliktir. - Art is not a luxury, but a necessity.

necessity
{i} kaçınılmazlık
necessity
physical necessity tabii ihtiyaç
necessity
logical necessity mantıki ihtiyaç
necessity
{i} gerekli şey
necessity
(Hukuk) zaruret hali
necessity
gereklik
İngilizce - İngilizce
plural of necessity
necessity
The quality or state of being necessary, unavoidable, or absolutely requisite; inevitableness; indispensableness
necessity
The negation of freedom in voluntary action; the subjection of all phenomena, whether material or spiritual, to inevitable causation; necessitarianism
necessity
That which makes an act or an event unavoidable; irresistible force; overruling power; compulsion, physical or moral; fate; fatality
necessity
that which is indispensably requisite to an end desired
necessity
That which is necessary; a necessary; a requisite; something indispensable; -- often in the plural
necessity
{n} poverty, want, distress, compulsion
bare necessities
fundamental items necessary for life, essentials (i.e. food, clothing, and protection from atmospheric conditions)
necessity
{i} essential; indispensability; obligation; need, requirement; poverty
necessity
Genus: Thing Differentia: Required to achieve some specific end
necessity
A necessity is something that you must have in order to live properly or do something. Water is a basic necessity of life. food, fuel and other daily necessities. = essential luxury
necessity
The necessity of something is the fact that it must happen or exist. There is agreement on the necessity of reforms Most women, like men, work from economic necessity Some people have to lead stressful lifestyles out of necessity. If you say that something is of necessity the case, you mean that it is the case because nothing else is possible or practical in the circumstances. Negotiations between the enemies are of necessity indirect
necessity
A state of affairs is necessary if it has to be the case Logical necessity is a product of the law of noncontradiction Causal necessity, it has been thought, is a different form of necessity
necessity
anything indispensable; "food and shelter are necessities of life"; "the essentials of the good life"; "allow farmers to buy their requirements under favorable conditions"; "a place where the requisites of water fuel and fodder can be obtained"
necessity
is something that a minor does not already have an adequate supply of already, and is something necessary for the way they lead their life If the object of the contract is a necessity then the contract is binding against the minor
necessity
A situation or action that is a necessity is necessary and cannot be avoided. The President pleaded that strong rule from the centre was a regrettable, but temporary necessity. In logic and metaphysics, a modal property of a true proposition whereby it is not possible for the proposition to be false and of a false proposition whereby it is not possible for the proposition to be true. A proposition is logically necessary if it instantiates a law of logic or can be made to instantiate a law of logic through substitution of definitionally equivalent terms. Examples are "It is raining now or it is not raining now" and "All men are human beings" (assuming "men" can be replaced with "male human beings"). Necessary propositions are sometimes said to be true or false (as the case may be) in all possible worlds. A contingently true or false proposition is thus one that is true in some possible worlds and false in others (e.g., "France is a democracy"). All true logically necessary propositions are analytic (see analytic-synthetic distinction) and knowable a priori. Some philosophers recognize a second category of "metaphysically" necessary propositions that are not analytic and generally not a priori; examples include identity statements such as "Water is H2O
necessity
Something necessary or needed
necessity
A condition of need: usually one which transcends self Most single-level 'applied-science' technologies ignore necessity, because of science's claim to be based on truth, and hence 'value-free' For magical-technologies, however, practical experience indicates that necessity is often effectively a requirement for action and, especially, usually provides otherwise-unobtainable access to other levels of reality - as illustrated by the phrase 'necessity is the mother of invention' Development of an ethical awareness is usually (but unfortunately not always) a functional requirement for increasing reliability in magical-technologies Spontaneous paranormal activity is also often linked to a context which combines extreme necessity and unavailability of other 'lower-level' mechanisms
necessity
the condition of being essential or indispensable
necessity
The condition of being needy or necessitous; pressing need; indigence; want
necessity
That which is necessary; a necessary; a requisite; something indispensable; often in the plural
necessities

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    nısesîtiz

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    /nəˈsesətēz/ /nəˈsɛsɪtiːz/

    Etimoloji

    [ ni-'se-s&-tE, -'ses-tE ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English necessite, from Middle French necessité, from Latin necessitat-, necessitas, from necesse.

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