obedience

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İngilizce - Türkçe
itaat

Onların kültür değerleri, otorite konumundaki kişilere itaat etmektir. - Their culture values obedience to those in positions of authority.

Bir kızın görevi itaattir. - The duty of a daughter is in obedience.

uyma
riayet
(Askeri) İTAAT: Verilen emirleri dinleme; askeri kanun ve icaplara uygun hareket etme
söz dinleme
itaat etme

Onların kültür değerleri, otorite konumundaki kişilere itaat etmektir. - Their culture values obedience to those in positions of authority.

{i} boyun eğme

Onların sessizliğini boyun eğme olarak algılama. - Don't interpret their silence as obedience.

{i} sadakât
{i} bağlılık
obsolute obedience
(Askeri) Mutlak itaat
in obedience to
itaat için
render obedience
render itaat
absolute obedience
(Askeri) Mutlak itaat
enforce obedience
(Fiili Deyim ) itaat ettirmek
in obedience to
itaat ederek
İngilizce - İngilizce
behavior intended to please your parents; "their children were never very strong on obedience"; "he went to law school out of respect for his father's wishes"
The quality or condition of obeying or carrying out a request or command OM: The all encompassing cosmic consciousness beyond words or concepts, also known as the cosmic sound or wavelength of creation from it's beginning to the end of the great cosmic cycle Also known as AUM
Willingness to perform the movement, transition, or figure asked by the rider May demonstrate resistance or evasion; yet still be obedient (e g , the horse may perform a series of flying changes without mistakes and in the right place, but is behind the bit, tilted in the head with mouth open and tail swishing, reluctant to cover enough ground, etc , thus he obediently performs the task, but not necessarily submissively, supplely, etc )
{n} dutifulness, submission, compliance
The fiduciary duty that requires the agent to follow and abide all lawful instructions, subject to the principals continuous control, but not exceeding the scope of authority conferred by the principal/client
{i} act of obeying; condition of being obedient and disciplined; submission
small, dependent monastic community with fewer than eight monastics
Willingness to perform the movement, transition, or figure asked by the rider May demonstrate resistance or evasion, yet still be obedient (e g , the horse may perform a series of flying changes without mistakes and in the right place, but is behind the bit, tilted in the head with mouth open and tail swishing, reluctant to cover enough ground, etc , thus he obediently performs the task, but not necessarily submissively, supplely, etc )
A following; a body of adherents; as, the Roman Catholic obedience, or the whole body of persons who submit to the authority of the pope
The quality of being obedient
One of the three monastic vows
Tendency for people to comply with orders, either real or imagined, from an authority figure
The fiduciary relationship obligates the agent to act in good faith at all times, obeying the principal's instructions in accordance with the contract However, that obedience is not absolute The agent may not obey instructions that are unlawful or unethical Because illegal acts do not serve the principal's best interests, obeying such instructions violates the broker's duty of loyalty On the other hand, an agent who exceeds the authority assigned in the contract will be liable for any losses that the principal suffers as a result
the trait of being willing to obey
Doing what one is told to do by people in authority (p 613)
The act of obeying, or the state of being obedient; compliance with that which is required by authority; subjection to rightful restraint or control
A cell (or offshoot of a larger monastery) governed by a prior
The written precept of a superior in a religious order or congregation to a subject
Words or actions denoting submission to authority; dutifulness
Submission to one in authority General obligations of obedience fall under the Fourth Commandment The vow of obedience professed by religious is one of the evangelical counsels
the act of obeying; dutiful or submissive behavior with respect to another person the trait of being willing to obey
Compliance with higher authorities in a hierarchical structure (See 160)
the process in which an individual follows the command of an actual or perceived authority figure
the act of obeying; dutiful or submissive behavior with respect to another person
when someone does what they are told to do, or what a law, rule etc says they must do   disobedience obedience to
obeisance
obeyance
blind obedience
total submission; condition of being obedient without question
in obedience to
out of respect for, in accordance with
passive obedience
obedience characterized by a lack of oppositional activity
require obedience
demand obedience, require that one will follow orders
obedience