parents

listen to the pronunciation of parents
İngilizce - Türkçe
anne ve baba

Onun anne ve babasına büyük sevgisi var. - She has a great affection for her parents.

O, en azından haftada bir kez anne ve babasına yazdı. - She wrote to her parents at least once a week.

ebeveyn

Ebeveynler çocuklarına yalan söylemenin yanlış bir şey olduğunu öğretirler. - Parents teach their children that it's wrong to lie.

Yurtdışında okuma kararım ebeveynlerimi şaşırttı. - My decision to study abroad surprised my parents.

ana baba

Ana baba, çocuklarına verilecek eğitim türünü seçmek hakkını öncelikle haizdirler. - Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of education that shall be given to their children.

Ana babasından miras kalan bir apartmana henüz taşındı. - He just moved into an apartment he inherited from his parents.

ebeveynler

Yurtdışında okuma kararım ebeveynlerimi şaşırttı. - My decision to study abroad surprised my parents.

Onlar her zaman ebeveynlerine itaat etmiyorlar. - They don't always obey their parents.

anne, baba
anne baba
veliler
anne-baba
Parents and Citizens
(P and C) (Avustralya'da) okul-aile birliği
parents in law
hukuk ebeveyn
parents' fight
Anne baba kavgası
parents names
anne baba adı
parents with more than one kid
çok çocuklu aile
parent
ebeveyn

Ebeveynlerinin görüşü onun kazandıklarını aptal bir kıza harcamasıydı. - His parents' view was that he was wasting his earnings on a silly girl.

Ebeveynler çocuklarına yalan söylemenin yanlış bir şey olduğunu öğretirler. - Parents teach their children that it's wrong to lie.

parent
{i} çoğ. ana baba, ebeveyn: My parents and your parents are old friends. Bizim ana babalarımız eski dost. the
parent
(isim) ebeveyn
parent
esas

Aymara kültüründe birinin ebeveynlerine saygı göstermek esastır. - In the Aymara culture, respecting one's parents is fundamental.

parent
temel
parent
veli

Tom veli görüşmesine gitti. - Tom went to the parent-teacher meeting.

Veliler okul törenine davet edilecek. - The parents will be invited to the school celebration.

parent
(Tıp) akraba

Bu grupta anne babam ve akrabalarım var. - In this group, there are my parents and my relatives.

parent
(Tıp) hısım
parent
(Tıp) parent
parent
(Ticaret) vade
parent
(Bilgisayar) üst öğe
parent
soy

O, Amerikan soyundandır. - She is of American parentage.

Leyla ailesi tarafından, özellikle de annesi tarafından sosyal olarak soyutlanmıştı. - Layla was socially isolated by her parents, especially her mother.

parent
(Ticaret) ana şirket
parent
baş

Ebeveynleri onun sınavdaki başarısından memnunlardı. - His parents were glad at his success in the examination.

Okuldaki diğer tüm çocukların zengin ebeveynleri vardı, ve o sudan çıkmış bir balık gibi hissetmeye başlıyordu. - All the other children in the school had rich parents, and he was beginning to feel like a fish out of water.

parent
(Ticaret) ana ortaklık
parent
(Tıp) paran

Parantez içindeki kelimeleri kısaltılmış şekle koyun. - Put the words in parentheses into abbreviated form.

Bu ifadeyi parantezler içine koymalısın. - You should put this phrase in parentheses.

parent
ana baba

Bazı ana babalar çocukları hakkında gereksiz yere endişelenirler. - Some parents worry unnecessarily about their children.

Ana babasından miras kalan bir apartmana henüz taşındı. - He just moved into an apartment he inherited from his parents.

parent
ana ya da baba
parent
ç.ana baba
parent
valideyn
adoptive parents
evlât edinen anne baba
god parents
tanrı ebeveyn
grand parents
büyük anne
obtain parents' consent
ebeveynlerin olurunu
parent
ana

Ana babasından miras kalan bir apartmana henüz taşındı. - He just moved into an apartment he inherited from his parents.

Bazı ana babalar çocukları hakkında gereksiz yere endişelenirler. - Some parents worry unnecessarily about their children.

parent
ebeveyni

Hala ebeveyninle mi yaşıyorsun? - Are you still living with your parents?

Ebeveyninin senin gitmene izin vereceğinden emin misin? - Are you sure your parents will allow you to go?

single-parents family
Tek bir anne ya da babanın ebeveynlik görevini üstlendiği aile
summon parents to school
okula veliler toplamak
children of alcholic parents
alkolik ailelerin çocukları
fear of parents
anne baba korkusu
foster parents
süt aile
foster parents
çocuğa kendi çocukları gibi bakan aile
foster parents
evlatlığa bakan ana baba
goodness for the parents
birr-i valideyn
i am with my parents
ana babam ile beraberim
parent
(Tıp) Anne veya baba
parent
kaynak
parent
{i} anne/baba
parent
{i} ata, cet
permissive parents
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) hoşgörülü ebeveyn
student's parents
öğrenci velisi
İngilizce - İngilizce
one's mother and father
plural form of parent
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of parent
Those not seen often (like home)
third-person singular of parent
The next level of classes above a specific class in the inheritance hierarchy Those from which a class directly inherits
First level of classes above a class in the inheritance hierarchy Those from which a class directly inherits
means people with children, guardians, or others with parental responsibility
Parents are your natural-born parents, adopted parents or stepparents Foster parents--that is, those receiving compensation for accepting children in their homes on a temporary basis--would not be considered parents nor would a guardian or other person standing in loco parentis who would not otherwise be considered a parent or stepparent
People who bear infants, bore teenagers, and board newlyweds
Plural of parent; ones father and mother
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parents are watching
mother and father are watching, be careful about what you type because my parents are looking at the computer screen (Internet Slang)
parents home
home for the elderly
parents-in-law
the parents of your husband or wife
Parents.
'rents
biological parents
plural form of biological parent
co-parents-in-law
the relationship between people whose children marry each other: the parents of the bride vis-à-vis the parents of the groom. Includes the relationship between maternal and paternal grandparents
co-parents-in-law
the parents of one's son- or daughter-in-law, that is, the parents-in-law of one's son or daughter
foster parents
plural form of foster parent
helicopter parents
plural form of helicopter parent
parent
A person who acts as a parent in rearing a child. (adoptive parent, foster parent)
parent
The object from which a child or derived object is descended
parent
A group from which another group is formed, or which completely controls a subordinate group. (parent company)
surrogate parents
plural form of surrogate parent
parent
{n} a father or mother, source, head, cause
Dear Parents
polite salutation used at the beginning of a letter (especially by a teacher to the parents of a student)
Parent
de facto
adoptive parents
parents who adopt a child of other parents as their own child
do not fail your parents
do not disappoint your parents, do not let your parents down, live up to your parents' expectations
foster parents
state-licensed adults who provide a temporary home for children in state custody whose birth parents are unable to care for them
foster parents
A parent or parents caring for children who have been removed from their home due to family difficulties Foster children are temporary members of the foster parents' household
foster parents
adoptive parents, parents who care for a child that is not their own
honoring one's parents
obey one's parents, show respect for one's parents
our first parents
Adam and Eve
parent
Parent or legal guardian who is a child's best advocate, and by living with them 24 hours a day for the greatest part of their life, the most experienced member of the IEP team for that child
parent
An organization's parent organization is the organization that created it and usually still controls it. Each unit including the parent company has its own, local management
parent
Your parents are your mother and father. Children need their parents When you become a parent the things you once cared about seem to have less value. see also foster parent, one-parent family, single parent
parent
Parent, guardian, or surrogate parent; may include grandparent or stepparent with whom a child lives, and foster parent
parent
The Parent is a windowed control that contains the component Its Parent determines how the component is displayed The Left, Top, etc properties are all relative to its Parent The Parent property can, at anytime, be assigned and changed during run-time Not all components have a Parent (Submitted by: James) See "Owner Parent 101" in the Tips&Tricks Section for more information
parent
The compound element that contains a given element
parent
bring up; "raise a family"; "bring up children"
parent
The father or mother of the householder, including a stepparent or adoptive parent Fathers-in-law and mothers-in-law are included in the "In- law" category on the questionnaire
parent
A student's natural or adoptive mother or father
parent
A parent is an immediate ancestor node of a node
parent
The segment located above another segment in a hierarchical tree; each segment is a parent of the segments below it See also child
parent
{f} act as a parent; raise children, bring up kids; originate
parent
To act as parent, to raise or rear
parent
Chain letter L is a parent of letter C if C is a copy of L
parent
A parent, guardian, person acting as a parent of a child, or a surrogate parent who has been appointed in accordance with the law, but not the state if the child is a ward of the state
parent
a father or mother; one who begets or one who gives birth to or nurtures and raises a child; a relative who plays the role of guardian
parent
For the purposes of PLUS loan eligibility, a student's natural or adoptive mother, father, or the spouse of a parent who remarried if the spouse's income and assets would have been taken into account when calculating a dependent student's expected family contribution
parent
That which produces; cause; source; author; begetter; as, idleness is the parent of vice
parent
{s} being the original source; (Biology) of or pertaining to a cell or organism that produces another
parent
a legal guardian or other person standing in loco parentis (USC, Title 20, section 2891)
parent
One who begets, or brings forth, offspring; a father or a mother
parent
The parent of an object is the object that contains it The mailClient suite contains a script, mailClient internal parentObjOf, which does for objects what the Frontier builtin function parentOf does for table For example, parentObjOf (folder[3] message[2] subject) is folder[3] message[2]
parent
Any koutline cell which has children
parent
A radionuclide that decays to another nuclide
parent
means parent, guardian or person in parental relation to a student
parent
Any person who has more or less long-term, primary caregiving responsibility for a child This person may be a mother, father, grandparent, other relative, or even a non-kinsperson such as a foster parent or parent surrogate in an institutional setting Parents are generally attachment figures
parent
person who has had children after weighing their abilities, resources and talents and decided that having children is something they can responsibly carry out Person who is careful to be aware of the impact of their children on their own lives, on bystanders, and the world
parent
a biological parent or an individual who has legal responsibility for the staff member as a guardian or substitute parent in a foster care arrangement
parent
natural parent, legal guardian, or person serving in loco parentis
parent
In object oriented computer programming, the object from which a child or derived object is descended The child object inherits methods and data fields from the parent
parent
{i} father or mother; progenitor; forefather; animal or plant that produces or generates another; cause, origin, source; guardian; protector
parent
A Message Server entry that owns another entry: for example, a folder is the parent of a message within it
parent
The source or origin of something
parent
is a term that refers to the traditional definition and also includes a legal guardian or other person standing in loco parentis (such as a grandparent or stepparent with whom the child lives, or a person who is legally responsible for the child's welfare)
parent
One of the two persons from whom one is immediately biologically descended; a mother or father
parent
An organism from which a plant or animal is immediately biologically descended
parent
A parent is something that has one or more children Since a parent can also have a parent, its children will have indirect parents These are parents(grandparent, great-grandparents, etc) about their direct parents
parent
(Ticaret) An upper level item that uses a component or material (child)
parent
A natural parent, guardian, a person acting as a parent of a child, or a surrogate parent
parent
A relationship that exists between objects If A and B are objects, then A is a parent of B if and only if B is a child of A See child for more information
permissive parents
parents who allow their children a great deal of freedom and rarely set limits on their behavior
respect one's parents
honor one's parents
Türkçe - İngilizce

parents teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

parent
(Tıp) parent
tekne kazıntısı the youngest child of the family, born when his/her parents are
(said jocularly)
parents

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    perınts

    Eş anlamlılar

    folks, parentals, old fogies, 'rents

    Telaffuz

    /ˈperənts/ /ˈpɛrənts/

    Etimoloji

    [ par-&nt, per- ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin parent-, parens; akin to Latin parere to give birth to.

    Videolar

    ... how are you doing?" She's, like, "I'm doing good." And then her parents update you. ...
    ... That's what my parents said. ...

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