objection

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} mahzur
itiraz

Kulübümüzde bize katılmanıza itirazımız yok. - We have no objection to your joining us in our club.

Planına itirazım yok. - I have no objection to your plan.

{i} karşı gelme
objectionable itiraz edilebilir
{i} itiraz nedeni
{i} sakınca

Benim açımdan bir sakınca yoktur. - There is no objection on my part.

(Politika, Siyaset) ret
engel
yolsuz
itiraz sebebi
itiraz etme
sakınca/itiraz
Terbiyesizce davrandı
kusur
itiraza
object
cisim

Yolda duran garip bir cisim buldum. - I found a strange object lying on the road.

Gökyüzündeki garip cisim çıplak gözle görülebilirdi. - The strange object in the sky could be seen with the unaided eye.

object
itiraz etmek

Amacım önerine itiraz etmek değil. - I don't mean to object to your proposal.

object
obje

Tamamen objektif olmayabilirim. - I may not be completely objective.

Kadınlar objeler değiller. - Women are not objects.

objectionable
{s} sakıncalı
object
nesne

Nesneyi tarif edebilir misiniz? - Can you describe the object?

Bir teleskopla uzak nesneleri görebiliriz. - We can see distant objects with a telescope.

object
{f} razı olmamak
object
{f} karşı çıkmak
object
amaç

Erkekler amaçlarına ulaştı. - The men achieved their objectives.

object
{i} gaye
objection tango
itiraz tango
objection to
ret
objection letter
itiraz mektubu
objection sustained
itiraz kabul edildi
objection to
(Fiili Deyim ) itiraz etmek , hiç hoşlanmamak
objection to penal decree
(Kanun) ceza kararnamesine itiraz
objection your honor
itiraz ediyorum sayın yargıç
object
itirazı olmak
object
{i} hedef

Pazarlama bölümü ve satış bölümü hedefleri mutlaka aynı değildir. - The objectives of the marketing department and the sales department are not necessarily the same.

Bu çok önemli bir hedef ve ulaşmak oldukça zor olacak. - That is a very important objective and it will be quite tricky to achieve.

object
görülür veya dokunulur şey
object
(Tıp) Üzerinde psikoanaliz yapılan kişi, obje
object
nesne,v.karşı ol: n.nesne
object
mahzur görmek
object
(Tıp) Görülebilen veya dokunulabilen herhangi bir şey, madde, cisim
object
nesne, amaç nesne
object
(Tıp) Herhangi bir fikir veya hareketin yöneldiği amaç, hedef
objectionable
{s} itiraz edilebilir, nahoş, uygunsuz, münasebetsiz: His actions were objectionable. Terbiyesizce davrandı
object
konu

Onun kitabı eleştiri konusu haline geldi. - His book became an object of criticism.

Gerekirse özel bir ücret ödeme konusunda herhangi bir itirazım yok. - I have no objection to paying a special fee if it is necessary.

object
mevzu
object
matah
object
(Politika, Siyaset) muhalefet etmek
object
(Bilgisayar) nesneyi biçimle
object
(Politika, Siyaset) karşı gelmek
object
karşı olmak
object
gık demek
object
amaçsız
object
(Bilgisayar) nesnesi
objection!
(Kanun) itiraz ediyorum
objectionable
uygunsuz
objectionable
mide bulandırıcı
venture an objection
itiraza cüret göstermek
have no objection to sb
-e itirazı olmamak
make an objection to
itirazda bulunmak
objectionable
nahoş
objectionable
itiraz edilebilir
raise an objection
itiraz et
raise an objection to
itirazda bulunmak
take an objection to sth
itiraz etmek
Objections
itirazlar
conscientious objection
Ahlakî, dinî, vicdanî nedelerle askerlik vazifesinin reddedilmesi
conscientious objection
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) Vicdani ret: Bir bireyin politik görüşleri, ahlaki değerleri veya dinsel inançları doğrultusunda askerlik hizmetini reddetmesi
have an objection
İtirazı olmak
no objection
itiraz yok
object
nesn
object
nesnesel
withdraw one´s objection
itirazını geri almak
cost of objection
(Kanun) itiraz masrafı
examination of objection
(Kanun) itirazın tetkiki
have an objection to
itirazı olmak
if you have no objection
bir itirazınız yoksa
if you have no objection
sakınca görmezseniz
make an objection to
itiraz etmek
object
{i} cins adam
object
objek

Tamamen objektif olmayabilirim. - I may not be completely objective.

Objektif olarak bakınca, onun görüşleri rasyonalizmden epey uzak. - From an objective viewpoint, his argument was far from rational.

object
{i} amaç, gaye, maksat, hedef: Money's her object. Onun amacı para
object
iddia olunan şey
object
{i} dilb. nesne
object
object glass bir mikroskop veya teleskopun hedefe yakın olan merceği veya mercekleri
object
object at issue anlaşmazlık konusu
object
şey

Aslında beni hiç sevmiyorsun. Tek önem verdiğin şey matematik! Ne münasebet, seni seviyorum! Kanıtla! Peki. Sevdiğim şeyler A kümesi olsun... - You don't really love me at all. You only care about your math stuff! Not at all, I do love you! Prove it! Okay. Let A be the set of the objects I love...

Dehşet veren bir şeydi. - It was an object of terror.

object
{f} (to) (-e) itiraz etmek, (-e) karşı çıkmak
object
nişan
object
madde
objectionable
hoş olmayan
objectionable
nahoş/itiraz edilebilir
objectionable
{s} tatsız
objectionable
mahzurlu
preliminary objection
(Kanun) ilk itiraz
raise an objection
itirazda bulunmak
raise an objection to
itiraz etmek
refusal of objection
(Kanun) itirazın reddi
sustain an objection
itirazı kabul etmek
take objection to
reddetmek
take objection to
itiraz etmek
waive an objection
(Kanun) itirazda bulunmak
withdraw one's objection
itirazını geri almak
written objection
yazılı itiraz
İngilizce - İngilizce
A statement expressing opposition, or a reason or cause for expressing opposition
An official protest raised in a court of law during a legal trial over a violation of the rules of the court by the opposing party
The act of objecting
{n} an oppositon, charge, fault, defect
Cause of trouble; sorrow
An exception to some statement or procedure during the trial or other proceeding Used to call the court's attention to improper evidence or procedure
Reveals a customer’s interest in a product and can be used as a cue to provide additional information
- Statement by an attorney taking exception to testimony or the attempted admission of evidence and opposing its consideration as evidence overrule - Court's denial of any motion or point raised to the Court
If you make or raise an objection to something, you say that you do not like it or agree with it. Some managers have recently raised objection to the PFA handling these negotiations Despite objections by the White House, the Senate voted today to cut off aid. approval
The act of objecting; as, to prevent agreement, or action, by objection
If you say that you have no objection to something, you mean that you are not annoyed or bothered by it. I have no objection to banks making money I no longer have any objection to your going to see her
{i} act of objecting; opposition; appeal; denial; protest
1 A procedure whereby a party asserts during a trial that a particular witness, line of questioning, piece of evidence, or other matter is improper and should not be continued, and asks the court to rule on its impropriety or illegality
A formal protest made by a party during testimony to record claimed inadmissibility of evidence or impropriety of a question being asked
the act of protesting; a public (often organized) manifestation of dissent
The statement by the Purchaser of a concern regarding title to the subject property which the Purchaser requires the Vendor to correct before closing Also known as "requisition"
The act of taking exception to some statement or procedure in trial Used to call the Court's attention to improper evidence or procedure
the speech act of objecting
That which is, or may be, presented in opposition; an adverse reason or argument; a reason for objecting; obstacle; impediment; as, I have no objection to going; unreasonable objections
The process by which one party takes exception to some statement or procedure An objection is either sustained (allowed) or overruled by the judge
An Objection is a disagreement in a case If your creditor tries to ask for more money than they are entitled to, your attorney may file an objection to their claim
the act of expressing earnest opposition or protest
An opposing argument raised by one being preached to <<We were able to overcome the householder's objection with references to the Reasoning book >>
(law) a procedure whereby a party to a suit says that a particular line of questioning or a particular witness or a piece of evidence or other matter is improper and should not be continued and asks the court to rule on its impropriety or illegality
When an attorney alerts the judge to potential problems which may be caused by admission of evidence and asks the court to prevent the jury from hearing the evidence An attorney who disagrees with a ruling by the court must register an objection to that ruling in order to make the trial record clear and establish the right to object to the ruling before the appellate court, should there be an appeal
objection overruled
the court does not accept the reservation that was raised by one of the parties
objection sustained
the court adopts the reservation that was raised by one of the parties
object
To disagree with something or someone; especially in a Court of Law, to raise an objection
object
A thing that has physical existence
no objection
not against, no problem with
object
{n} that on which we are employed, a matter
object
{v} to oppose, charge with urge
conscientious objection
Objection on moral or religious grounds (as to service in the armed forces or to bearing arms)
An objection
ob
categoric objection
emphatic protest, absolute opposition, unequivocal disapproval
conscientious objection
refusal to serve in the military on moral or religious grounds; noncompliance on moral or religious grounds
expressed no objection
did not show or voice opposition, did not protest or disapprove
expressed objection
voiced opposition, protested, disapproved, complained
object
That by which the mind, or any of its activities, is directed; that on which the purpose are fixed as the end of action or effort; that which is sought for; end; aim; motive; final cause
object
In object-oriented programming, an instantiation of a class or structure
object
An object is created from a class by assigning specific values for the class resources See class and instance
object
a noun or noun equivalent either in a prepositional phrase or in a verb construction with the action of a verb directed on or toward it Objects can be one of two kinds in English: a direct object or an indirect object There's no reason to object to objects
object
"Object" is the generic term for what phase retrieval operates on An object might be an array of Nx real numbers, an Nx×Ny array of pixel values in an image, or an Nx×Ny×Nz array describing a volume distribution, such as electron density in a crystal Even though these examples have different dimensionalities, it makes sense to consider all objects as vectors in a vector space having a much larger number of dimensions D; in the above examples D equals Nx , Nx Ny , and Nx Ny Nz respectively
object
The goal, end or purpose of something
object
To offer in opposition as a criminal charge or by way of accusation or reproach; to adduce as an objection or adverse reason
object
(1) In object-oriented design or programming, a concrete realization of a class that consists of data and the operations associated with that data (2) An item that a user can manipulate as a single unit to perform a task An object can appear as text, an icon, or both
object
A technical computing term for an independent piece of computer code with its data Hence, object-oriented programming, and distributed objects, where objects are connected over a network
object
a general term for any 'thing' which is conditioned by the subject's representation, and so is capable of being known The thing in itself is a thing which cannot become an object (Cf subject; see thing in itself )
object
An instance of a particular class In general, any number of objects may be constructed from a class definition (see singleton, however) The class to which an object belongs defines the general characteristics of all instances of that class Within those characteristics, an object will behave according to the current state of its attributes and environment
object
To make opposition in words or argument; usually followed by to
object
Also called a table in database parlance, an object is a single logical grouping of attributes For example, in the Data Warehouse, the Person object contains attributes such as Last Name and Age Each object is represented in GQL as a single icon
object
A programming unit that groups together a data structure (fields) and the operations (methods) that can use or affect that data Objects are the principal building blocks of object-oriented programs
object
emphasis If you say that money is no object or distance is no object, you are emphasizing that you are willing or able to spend as much money as necessary or travel whatever distance is required. Hugh Johnson's shop in London has a range of superb Swedish crystal glasses that I would have if money were no object Although he was based in Wales, distance was no object. Centaur object object oriented programming unidentified flying object
object
An object is anything that has a fixed shape or form, that you can touch or see, and that is not alive. an object the shape of a coconut In the cosy consulting room the children are surrounded by familiar objects
object
To disagree with something or someone; to raise an objection
object
In programming, an element that combines data (properties) and behavior (methods) in a single container of code Objects inherit their properties and methods from the classes above them in the hierarchy and can modify the properties and methods to suit their own purposes
object
obj
object
The OBJECT element is a proposal from the W3C that will replace and absorb the many methods in use to include multi-media and embedded content in HTML documents This element can replace all the functionality in the existing APPLET, EMBED, BGSOUND, SOUND and IMG elements
object
the focus of cognitions or feelings; "objects of thought"; "the object of my affection"
object
A word, phrase, or clause toward which an action is directed, or is considered to be directed; as, the object of a transitive verb
object
In object-oriented programming, a variable comprising both routines and data that is treated as a discrete entity An object is based on a specific model, where a client using an object's services gains access to the object's data through an interface consisting of a set of methods or related functions The client can then call these methods to perform operations
object
An object is the encapsulation of behavior and/or data in a programmed unit; when an object encapsulates both behavior and data, we refer to it as a component (for example, a djinn is a component) One research question the Infospheres Group is investigating is allowable behaviors of djinns Many of the Java classes provided with the Infospheres package allow the creation of objects such as Mailboxes and Messages; the behavior of an object is controllable through its interface
object
A person or thing toward which an emotion is directed
object
The object of a particular feeling or reaction is the person or thing it is directed towards or that causes it. The object of her hatred was 24-year-old model Ros French The object of great interest at the Temple was a large marble tower built in memory of Buddha see also sex object
object
A major category of appropriation Example: "Salaries and Employee Benefits", "Services & Supplies", "Other Charges", and "Fixed Assets"   Objects represent groupings of similar or related expenditure accounts or line items   For example, the "Services & Supplies" object includes all expenditure accounts relating to purchase of office supplies, maintenance of equipment and structures, rents, contracts for professional services, telephone service, membership dues, etc   The budget is controlled at the object level
object
express or raise an objection or protest or criticism or express dissent; "She never objected to the amount of work her boss charged her with"; "When asked to drive the truck, she objected that she did not have a driver's license"
object
the goal intended to be attained (and which is believed to be attainable); "the sole object of her trip was to see her children"
object
Opposed; presented in opposition; also, exposed
object
(grammar) a constituent that is acted upon; "the object of the verb"
object
be averse to or express disapproval of; "My wife objects to modern furniture
object
The noun phrase which is an internal complement of a verb phrase or a prepositional phrase. In a verb phrase with a transitive action verb, it is typically the receiver of the action
object
That which is set, or which may be regarded as set, before the mind so as to be apprehended or known; that of which the mind by any of its activities takes cognizance, whether a thing external in space or a conception formed by the mind itself; as, an object of knowledge, wonder, fear, thought, study, etc
object
An item which forms part of an institution's collections either permanently (in which case it would be recorded in the accessions register) or temporarily (e g , a deposit or loan) For natural science collections the term "Specimen" is used and in this document the two terms should be regarded as being interchangeable
object
If you object to something, you express your dislike or disapproval of it. A lot of people will object to the book Cullen objected that his small staff would be unable to handle the added work We objected strongly but were outvoted `Hey, I don't know what you're talking about,' Russo objected
object
In grammar, the object of a verb or a preposition is the word or phrase which completes the structure begun by the verb or preposition. see also direct object, indirect object
object
a tangible and visible entity; an entity that can cast a shadow; "it was full of rackets, balls and other objects"
object
In object-oriented design or programming, a concrete realization of a class that consists of data and the operations associated with that data An item that a user can manipulate as a single unit to perform a task An object can appear as text, an icon, or both
object
The object of what someone is doing is their aim or purpose. The object of the exercise is to raise money for the charity My object was to publish a scholarly work on Peter Mourne
object
In object-oriented programming, a unique instance of a data structure (abstract data type) encapsulated with a set of routines, called methods which operate on the data An object is defined according to the template provided by its class Each object has its own values for the variables belonging to its class and can respond to the messages (methods) defined by its class
object
In memory management, we use the term object or cell to mean a contiguous block of memory(2) forming a single logical structure Objects are the units of allocation, deallocation, etc No connection to an object-oriented system is implied
object
A data structure that implements some feature and has an associated set of operations For RPC applications, an object can be anything that an RPC server defines and identifies to its clients (using an object UUID) Often an RPC object is a physical computing resource such as a database, directory, device or processor Alternatively, an RPC object can be an abstraction that is meaningful to an application, such as a service or the location of a server See also object UUID
object
A computational grouping of operations and data into a modular unit An object is defined by the interface it presents to others, its behavior when operations on its interface are invoked, and its state
object
{f} oppose; protest; expostulate
object
a tangible and visible entity; an entity that can cast a shadow; "it was full of rackets, balls and other objects" the focus of cognitions or feelings; "objects of thought"; "the object of my affection" (grammar) a constituent that is acted upon; "the object of the verb" express or raise an objection or protest or criticism or express dissent; "She never objected to the amount of work her boss charged her with"; "When asked to drive the truck, she objected that she did not have a driver's license" be averse to or express disapproval of; "My wife objects to modern furniture
object
Any thing, entity, concept, or abstraction (real or imagined) with clear boundaries and meanings within a particular context, view, or domain (e g customers, vendors, locations, products, parts, services, contracts, reports, systems, resources, equipment, goals, business concepts, etc ) An object may be an instance of one (or more) classes of similar objects that shared common attribute types and operations
object
{i} article, thing; goal; objective; focus of a thought or action; (Grammar) recipient of action; (Computers) image or part of a document that can be embedded within another document; (in OOP) self-contained unit of data with its own built-in procedures
object
To set before or against; to bring into opposition; to oppose
object
That which is put, or which may be regarded as put, in the way of some of the senses; something visible or tangible; as, he observed an object in the distance; all the objects in sight; he touched a strange object in the dark
object
be averse to or express disapproval of; "My wife objects to modern furniture"
object
(1) A computer representation of something that a user can work with to perform a task An object can appear as text or an icon (2) A collection of data and member functions that operate on that data, which together represent a logical entity in the system In object-oriented programming, objects are grouped into classes that share common data definitions and member functions Each object in the class is said to be an instance of the class
object
An entity within the TSC that contains or receives information and upon which subjects perform operations
object
Sight; show; appearance; aspect
object
An abstract or atomic entity that corresponds to something tangible in an archive environment, such as a grouping of data (data object) or a related grouping of information about that data(catalog object)
objectionable
{s} arousing opposition; causing objection; repulsive; unpleasant
objectionable
causing disapproval or protest; "a vulgar and objectionable person"
objectionable
liable to objection or debate; used of something one might take exception to; "a thoroughly unpleasant highly exceptionable piece of writing"; "found the politician's views objectionable"
objectionable
causing disapproval or protest; "a vulgar and objectionable person
objectionable
If you describe someone or something as objectionable, you consider them to be extremely offensive and unacceptable. I don't like your tone young woman, in fact I find it highly objectionable. unpleasant and likely to offend people = offensive
objectionable
Liable to objection; likely to be objected to or disapproved of; offensive; as, objectionable words
objectionable
Offensive and arousing disapproval; worthy of objection
objections
plural of objection
raised an objection
voiced his objection, said his opinion against the matter at hand, verbally expressed his dissatisfaction
objection