personality

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kişilik

Kişilik önemli ama görünüş de önemlidir. - Personality is important, but looks are important as well.

Kişilik ve kan grubu arasında bir bağlantı bilimsel olarak kanıtlanmadı. - A connection between personality and blood type has not been scientifically proven.

şahsiyet
şahsiyet/kişilik
sosyal kişilik
şahsın hukuku
(Tıp) personalite
önemli kişi
karakter

Adın karakterini etkiliyor. - Your name affects your personality.

Karakter yeteneğe değil kişiliğe bağlıdır. - The character depends on personality, not on talent.

hakaret niteliğinde söz
{i} benlik
{i} bireylik
ferdiyet
(Tıp) Kişilik, şahsieyt
nefis
nefs
person
kişi

Japonya'ya gitmek istemeyi tercih etmemin sebebi onların çalışkan ve dürüst kişilikleridir. - The reason I prefer to go to Japan is that the people in Japan are hardworking and have honest personalities.

Kilo almak, kişisel gelişimin en kolay metodudur. - Weight increase is the easiest method for personal development.

person
{i} şahıs

Tom kötü bir şahıs değil. - Tom isn't a bad person.

Hiçbir şey bir şahıs olmak kadar zor değil. - Nothing is as difficult as becoming a person.

personality assessment
kişilik değerlendirme
personality change
kişilik değişimi
personality control
(Bilgisayar) kişilik denetimi
personality development
kişisel gelişim
personality development
kişilik gelişimi
personality disorders
(Tıp) kişilik bozuklukları
personality tests
kişilik testleri
personality disorder
kişilik bozukluğu
personality driven
kişiye bağlı
personality flaws
Kişilik kusurları
personality inventory
Kişilik envanteri
personality pattern disturbances
kişilik bozukluğu rahatsızlığı
personality type
kişilik tipi
personality types
kişilik tipleri
personality and culture
kişilik ve kültür
personality and situation
kişilik ve konum
personality clash
kişilik çatışması
personality conflict
benlik çatışması
personality cult
kişi kültü
personality formation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) karakter oluşumu
personality formation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kişilik oluşumu
personality integrity
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kişilik bütünlüğü
personality pedagogy
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kişilik pedagojisi
personality problem
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kişilik problemi
personality psychology
şahsiyet psikolojisi
personality psychology
kişilik psikolojisi
personality regression
benlik gerilemesi
personality rights
şahsiyet hakları
personality structure
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) kişilik yapısı
personality test
(Dilbilim) kişilik sınavı
personality test
kişilik testi
personality variables
(Dilbilim) kişisel değişkenler
person
{i} tip

Tam olmanı hayal ettiğim insan tipisin. - You're just the kind of person I imagined you'd be.

Tom her zaman gülümseyen bir tiptir. - Tom is the type of person who always smiles.

person
{i} birey

Bir bireyin sevgisini kabul et. - Accept a person's love.

Din çok bireyseldir. Neredeyse herkesin gerçekten kendi dini vardır. Dindeki bütünlük bir kurnazlıktır. - Religion is very personal. Practically everyone has really his own religion. Collectivity in religion is an artifice.

dependent personality
bağımlı kişilik
dependent personality disorder
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bağımlı kişilik bozukluğu
having a strong personality
şahsiyetli
implicit personality theory
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) örtülü kişilik teorisi
multible personality disorder
çoklu kişilik bozukluğu
multiple personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) çoğul kişilik
multiple personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) çoklu kişilik
multiple personality
çok kişiliklilik
multiple personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) çok kişilikli
person
kişilik

Arabada bir kişilik yer vardı. - There was room for one person in the car.

Yoshio kişilik olarak annesine ve görünüş olarak babasına benziyor. - Yoshio resembles his mother in personality and his father in appearance.

person
merdüm
schizoid personality disorder
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) şizoid kişilik bozukluğu
person
adam

Tom sempatik bir adam. - Tom is a likeable person.

Yaşlı adam odasında öldü. - The old person died in their room.

affective personality
siklotimik kişilik
cyclothymic personality
siklotimik kişilik
extraverted personality
ekstrovert kişilik
introverted personality
introvert kişilik
legal personality
tüzelkişilik
person
insan

O iyi bir insan değil. - He is not a good person.

Sen kötü bir insansın. - You are a mean person.

person
kimse

O kadar kötü birisi ki kimse ondan hoşlanmaz. - He is such a bad person that everybody dislikes him.

Mağazayı pek çok kişiye sordum, ancak kimse onu duymamıştı. - I asked many persons about the store, but no one had heard of it.

split personality
bölünmüş şahsiyet
anal retentive personality
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) Anal tutucu kişilik: Freud'a göre erken gelişim dönemindeki (18 - 36 aylık dönem) takıntılara dayanan ve cimrilik, inatçılık, aşırı kendini kontrol etme, aşırı düzenlilik, dakiklik, zorlanımlılık gibi özelliklerle tanımlanan bir kişilik tipi
dual personality
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) Çift kişiliklilik
insipid personality
sıkıcı kişilik
multiple personality syndrome
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) Çok kişilik sendromu
obsessive-compulsive personality
obsesif-kompulsif kişilik
passive personality principle
(Kanun) Mağdura göre şahsilik prensibi

A Turkish citizen was arrested in US according to passive personality principle.

person
bizzat

Ben sadece bizzat öldürdüğüm ve parçaladığım hayvanlardan et yerim. - I only eat meat from animals that I have personally killed and butchered.

O oraya bizzat gitti. - He went there in person.

Kretschmer's Personality Types
(Tıp) Yuvarlak bir baş ve gövde, küçük el ve ayaklar
Kretschmer's Personality Types
(Tıp) İnce, uzun kafalı, dar göğüslü ve şizofreniye yatkın olan bir tip
addictive personality
(Tıp) bağımlı karakter
alter personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) alter kişilik
altruistic personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) özgecil kişilik
anal expulsive personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) anal atıcı kişilik
anal retentive personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) anal tutucu kişilik
as if personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) sanki kişiliği
authoritarian personality
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) otoriter kişilik
criminal personality
suçlu kişilik
cult of personality
(Politika, Siyaset) kişi kültü
developed personality
oturmuş kişilik
epileptic personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) epileptik kişilik
fully developed personality
oturmuş kişilik
hysterical personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) histerik kişilik
inward looking personality
içedönük kişilik
legal personality
(Avrupa Birliği) tüzel kişilik
obsessive personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) takıntılı kişilik
person
{i} beden
person
vücut

Ebola vücut sıvıları yoluyla insandan insana yayılır. - Ebola spreads from person to person through bodily fluids.

Vücut kitle endeksi 25 ile 29 arasında olan bir kişi kilolu olarak düşünülmektedir. - A person with a BMI of 25 to 29 is considered overweight.

person
kanuni hakları ve vecibeleri olan şahıs veya grup
person
{i} dilb. şahıs
person
{i} karakter [tiy.]
person
vücut/kişi
person
{i} zat
person
karakter

Adın karakterini etkiliyor. - Your name affects your personality.

Jose kendini kötü karakterli bir kişi olarak gösterdi. - José showed himself to be a person of bad character.

person
in person şahsen
person
adam kişi
person
âdemoğlu
person
beniâdem
person
birinci şahıs
personalities
hakaret/şahsiyet
premorbid personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) hastalık öncesi kişilik
psychology of personality
(Eğitim) kişilik psikolojisi
retentive personality
tutucu karakter
settled personality
oturmuş kişilik
split personality
ikiz kişilikli olma
split personality
çift kişiliklilik
splitting of the personality
benlik ikileşmesi
stormy personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) fırtınalı kişilik
subconscious personality
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bilinçaltı kişilik
types of personality
şahsiyet tipleri
usb personality module
USB Kişisel Modülü
İngilizce - İngilizce
A celebrity

Johnny Carson was a respected television personality.

An assumed role or manner of behavior

In his final act, the comedian takes on a child's personality.

Charisma, or qualities that make a person stand out from the crowd

But over and over / I´ll be a fool for you / 'cause you got personality. (“Personality” by Lloyd Price, 1959).

A set of qualities that make a person (or thing) distinct from another

The president has a unique personality.

the attributes, taken collectively, that make up the character and nature of an individual
{n} the individuality of a person
the complex of all the attributes--behavioral, temperamental, emotional and mental--that characterize a unique individual; "their different reactions reflected their very different personalities"; "it is his nature to help others"
Three-fold vehicle of the soul on the physical plane, consisting of a mental, an emotional (astral) and a physical-etheric body
that which distinguishes or individualizes a person; its qualities are judged not so much in terms of their moral value, as in "character," but as to whether they are "pleasing" or "unpleasing "
a person of considerable prominence; "she is a Hollywood personality"
A set of properties specifying the kinds of devices a driver can support This information is stored in an XML matching dictionary defined in the information property list (Info plist) in the driver’s KEXT bundle A single driver may present one or more personalities for matching; each personality specifies a class to instantiate Such instances are passed a reference to the personality dictionary at initialization
personal beliefs, expectations, desires, values, and behaviors that derive from the interaction between culture and the individual Personality is the behaviors and techniques for solving problems that are used by an individual Personality is to the individual as culture is to the group
An individual's more-or-less stable set of internally motivated predispositions to respond (i e , affective, cognitive, perceptual, and motivational dispositions) and actual modes of responding (i e , observable behaviors) in various life situations or contexts These dispositions and behaviors usually have regularity and orderliness across time and space (See psychological adjustment)
Type of extrovert and communicative behavior associated with mind and recognized by the need to be detached in its search for entertainment; hubris Compare Physicality
a distinctive constellation of relatively stable behaviors, thoughts, motives and emotions which characterize an individual
The characteristics or traits that make a person unique
a person of considerable prominence; "she is a Hollywood personality
The relatively stable set of psychological characteristics that influences the way an individual interacts with his or her environment (3)
That which constitutes distinction of person; individuality
The shell and related phenomenon at and past the skin boundary Causes actions in oneself, and can be felt via chords by other people
That quality of a law which concerns the condition, state, and capacity of persons
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The distinctive patterns of behavior, including thoughts and emotions, that characterize each individual's adaptation to the situations of his or her life
The stable set of individual characteristics that make us unique Permissive [parents] Parenting style consisting of very few rules and allowing children to make most decisions and control their own behavior
of some individual, especially something of a disparaging or offensive nature; personal remarks; as, indulgence in personalities
You can refer to a famous person, especially in entertainment, broadcasting, or sport, as a personality. the radio and television personality, Jimmy Saville. Totality of an individual's behavioral and emotional characteristics. Personality embraces a person's moods, attitudes, opinions, motivations, and style of thinking, perceiving, speaking, and acting. It is part of what makes each individual distinct. Theories of personality have existed in most cultures and throughout most of recorded history. The ancient Greeks used their ideas about physiology to account for differences and similarities in temperament. In the 18th century Immanuel Kant, Charles-Louis Montesquieu, and Giambattista Vico proposed ways of understanding individual and group differences; in the early 20th century Ernst Kretschmer and the psychoanalysts Sigmund Freud, Alfred Adler, and Carl Gustav Jung offered competing personality theories. Freud's model rested on the power of psychosexual drives as mediated by the structural components of the id, ego, and superego and the interplay of conscious and unconscious motives. Particularly important was the array of defense mechanisms an individual employed. Jung, like Freud, emphasized unconscious motives but de-emphasized sexuality and advanced a typal theory that classified people as introverts and extroverts; he further claimed that an individual personality was a persona (i.e., social facade) drawn from the "collective unconscious," a pool of inherited memories. Later theories by Erik H. Erikson, Gordon W. Allport, and Carl R. Rogers were also influential. Contemporary personality studies tend to be empirical (based on the administration of projective tests or personality inventories), and less theoretically sweeping, and to emphasize personal identity and development. Personality traits are usually seen as the product of both genetic predisposition and experience. See also personality disorder; psychological testing
A person’s distinguishing character traits, attitudes, or habits
Your personality is your whole character and nature. She has such a kind, friendly personality Through sheer force of personality Hugh Trenchard had got his way The contest was as much about personalities as it was about politics
{i} character, disposition, identity
the "self" built up in a single incarnation, as a product of both heredity and environment and consisting of the "ego self" or one's own inner sense of identity, and the "persona" or outward personality shown to others; distinguished from one's Individuality, developed over the course of all one's incarnations
All moveable property i e furniture, money, trade stocks and private business and share in partnership, securities and leasehold interests and all property except real property
Personality is that by which the intellectual subject is a person
Pertaining to personality
Something said or written which refers to the person, conduct, etc
That set of reactions and defenses that we learned at a very young age in order to try to protect ourselves The personality is a set of beliefs and patterns founded on the illusion that “I” am a separate “me” who needs to be protected Back to Top
A method of setting up a computer or a program for multiple users Example: In Windows, each user is given a separate "personality" and set of relevant files Although Eudora Pro also has a feature called personalities, its use is geared toward a single user with multiple e-mail accounts
(See 79) A person's distinguishing character traits, attitudes, or habits A person's distinguishing character traits, attitudes, or habits
-A relatively enduring pattern of perceiving and relating to self, others, and the environment In DID it can refer to any identity exhibiting such a pattern
If someone has personality or is a personality, they have a strong and lively character. a woman of great personality He is such a personality -- he is so funny. = character
All the internal traits and behaviours that make a person unique p 126
agents manifest believable traits such as emotion
egoity
personeity
personality disorder
A class of mental disorders characterized by rigid and on-going patterns of thought and action
personality inventory
A questionnaire that is supposed to yield a description of a person's personality traits

A personality inventory is a direct test of personality, as contrasted with a projective test.

personality cult
worship of a personality, excessive awe and adoration of a person (usually famous, i.e actor, politician, or spiritual leader)
personality cult
cult of personality a situation in which people are encouraged to admire and praise a famous person, especially a political leader - used to show disapproval
personality disorder
inflexible and maladaptive patterns of behavior
personality disorder
Mental disorder that is marked by deeply ingrained and lasting patterns of inflexible, maladaptive, or antisocial behaviour to the degree that an individual's social or occupational functioning is impaired. Rather than being illnesses, personality disorders are enduring and pervasive features of the personality that deviate markedly from the cultural norm. They include the dependent, histrionic, narcissistic, obsessive-compulsive, antisocial, avoidant, borderline (unstable), paranoid, and schizoid types. The causes appear to be both hereditary and environmental. The most effective treatment combines behavioral and psychotherapeutic therapies (see behaviour therapy; psychotherapy)
personality disorder
personality disturbance, psychological disorder expressed in an individual's behavior
personality inventory
a questionnaire that is supposed to yield a description of a person's personality traits; "a personality inventory is a direct test of personality, as contrasted with a projective test
personality inventory
A questionnaire that is scored to yield a profile of the particular traits or characteristics that make up the respondent's personality
personality psychology
branch of psychology that deals with the study of personality and its definition
personality test
personality examination, psychological test which is administered to learn about the test-taker's personality
personality test
any test that is intended to assess personality
personality test
A test, usually involving a standardized series of questions or tasks, used to describe or evaluate a subject's personality characteristics
personality trait
personality characteristic, one of the qualities which characterizes the individual
personality type
label used to classify a person's individual character
Internet personality
A person who appears in a reality-based online publication and/or website and who uses the Internet as a virtual stage for the events taking place in his or her life
borderline personality disorder
Exhibiting behavior that borders between neurosis and psychosis
borderline personality disorder
A disorder characterized by extreme black and white thinking and turbulent relationships. ICD-9: 301.83
cult of personality
A situation where a leader (often a dictator) has been falsely idolized and made into a national or group icon and is revered as a result
cults of personality
plural form of cult of personality
multiple personality
A dissociative disorder in which several distinct identities or personality states alternate in controlling the sufferer's consciousness and behaviour
multiple personality disorder
A dissociative identity disorder
multiple personality disorders
plural form of multiple personality disorder
person
A specific human being

Where is the person?.

person
A human being; an individual

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person
Any individual or formal organization with standing before the courts

By common law a corporation or a trust is legally a person.

person
The physical body of a specific human being

Meanwhile, the dazed Sullivan, dressed like a bum with no identification on his person, is arrested and put to work on a brutal Southern chain gang. — New York Times, 2004.

person
A linguistic category used to distinguish between the speaker of an utterance and those to whom or about whom he is speaking. See grammatical person
person
Someone who likes or knows (the specified thing)
split personality
the supposed psychological syndrome in which two or more personalities exist in the same person
strong personality
The qualities of self-confidence and assertiveness in a person

She has trouble keeping men because of her strong personality.

television personality
A term used to describe someone known to the public primarily through their appearances on television shows
person
{n} a man or woman, the shape of a body
multiple personality syndrome
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) A hysterical neurosis in which the personality becomes dissociated into two or more distinct but complex and socially and behaviorally integrated parts each of which becomes dominant and controls behavior from time to time to the exclusion of the others ― called also multiple personality
oral personality
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) (psychoanalysis) a personality characterized either by generous optimism or aggressive and ambitious selfishness; formed in early childhood by fixation during the oral stage of development
passive dependent personality
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) A character disorder marked by a behavioral pattern characterized by a lack of self-confidence, indecisiveness, and a tendency to cling to and seek support from others
Brand Personality
(Reklam) The attribution of human personality traits (seriousness, warmth, imagination, etc.) to a brand as a way to achieve differentiation. Usually done through long-term above-the-line advertising and appropriate packaging and graphics. These traits inform brand behavior through both prepared communication/packaging, etc., and through the people who represent the brand - its employees
Person
gentle
anal personality
(psychoanalysis) a personality characterized by meticulous neatness and suspicion and reserve; said to be formed in early childhood by fixation during the anal stage of development (usually as a consequence of toilet training)
antisocial personality disorder
This disorder is characterized by a long-standing disregard of other people's rights, often crossing the line and violating those rights
antisocial personality disorder
a condition characterized by antisocial behavior (such as lying, stealing, and sometimes violence), callous disregard for the rights and feelings of others, lack of social emotions (guilt and shame), and impulsivity; previously called psychopathic or sociopathic personality
antisocial personality disorder
A personality disorder characterized by chronic antisocial behavior and violation of the law and the rights of others
antisocial personality disorder
a personality disorder characterized by amorality and lack of affect; capable of violent acts without guilt feelings (`psychopathic personality' was once widely used but was superseded by `sociopathic personality' to indicate the social aspects of the disorder, but now `antisocial personality disorder' is the preferred term)
antisocial personality disorder
A disorder in which individuals tend to display no regard for the moral and ethical rules of society or the rights of others
antisocial personality disorder
A personality disorder characterized by smooth social skills and a lack of guilt about violating social rules and laws and taking advantage of others (p 559)
authoritative personality
domineering character, character which projects a sense of power
california personality inventory
a self-report personality inventory originally derived from the MMPI; consists of several hundred yes-no questions and yields scores on a number of scales including dominance and self acceptance and self control and socialization and achievement etc
complex personality
depth and subtlety of personality
controversial personality
personality which seeks controversy, personality which seeks disputes
cult of personality
government in which the leader is promoted as powerful and wise through aggressive propaganda campaigns (such as hanging portraits in public squares, schools, billboards, etc.)
cult of personality
intense devotion to a particular person
double personality
{i} dual personality, split personality, multiple personality, psychological disorder in which the personality becomes dissociated into two or more parts
dual personality
split personality, multiple personality, psychological disorder in which the personality becomes dissociated into two or more parts
eysenck personality inventory
a self-report personality inventory based on Hans Eysenck's factor analysis of personality which assumes three basic factors (the two most important being extraversion to introversion and neuroticism)
genital personality
(psychoanalysis) the mature personality which is not dominated by infantile pleasure drives
histrionic personality disorder
A psychological disorder characterized by excessive emotionality and attention-seeking behavior
legal personality
registered institution with legal rights and responsibilities (i.e. a factory, company, or organization)
minnesota multiphasic personality inventory
a self-report personality inventory consisting of 550 items that describe feelings or actions which the person is asked to agree with or disagree with; many scales estimating traits and qualities of personality have been developed using MMPI items
multiple personality
A highly disputed psychological disorder in which a person exhibits two or more disassociated personalities, each functioning as a distinct entity. Also called dissociative disorder. if someone has a multiple personality, they are mentally ill because they have two or more completely separate personalities that each behave differently
multiple personality
(Psychology) split personality, condition in which a person divides into at least two separate and independent personalities
multiple personality disorder
or dissociative identity disorder Rare condition in which two or more independent and distinct personality systems develop in the same individual. Each personality may alternately inhabit the person's conscious awareness to the exclusion of the others, but one is usually dominant. The various personalities typically differ from one another in outlook, temperament, and body language and give themselves different first names. The condition is generally viewed as resulting from dissociative mental processes that is, the splitting off from conscious awareness and control of thoughts, feelings, memories, and other mental components in response to situations that are painful, disturbing, or somehow unacceptable to the person experiencing them. Treatment is aimed at integrating the disparate personalities back into a single and unified personality
narcissistic personality
personality marked by self-love and self-absorption; unrealistic views about your own qualities and little regard for others
obsessive-compulsive personality
personality characterized by a strong need to repeat certain acts or rituals
outstanding personality
distinguished personality, extraordinary character
person
a grammatical category of pronouns and verb forms; "stop talking about yourself in the third person"
person
A parson; the parish priest
person
If someone says, for example,`I'm an outdoor person' or `I'm not a coffee person', they are saying whether or not they like that particular activity or thing. I am not a country person at all. I prefer the cities
person
If you talk about someone as a person, you are considering them from the point of view of their real nature. Robin didn't feel good about herself as a person
person
A character or part, as in a play; a specific kind or manifestation of individual character, whether in real life, or in literary or dramatic representation; an assumed character
person
Individuals and partnerships composed solely of individuals, corporations organized under the Laws of any of the United States or corporations subject to the jurisdiction of the Interstate Commerce Commission or the Public Service Commission
person
means an individual, partnership, corporation, trust or estate, or a body that is a society, union, club, association, commission or other organization of any kind
person
"Person" includes any person, firm, association, organization, partnership, business trust, corporation, or company
person
Means and includes an individual, firm, public or private corporation, association, partnership, political subdivision, municipality, or government agency
person
The usual word for `more than one person' is people. The form persons is used as the plural in formal or legal language
person
In legal meaning, a "person" may be an individual, a corporation, or some other entity created according to law The Model Solicitations Act (1986), defines "person" as "an individual, corporation, association, partnership, trust, foundation or any other entity however styled "
person
a human being; "there was too much for one person to do" a person's body (usually including their clothing); "a weapon was hidden on his person" a grammatical category of pronouns and verb forms; "stop talking about yourself in the third person
person
A human being or an organization (or a device under the control of a human being or organization) capable of signing or verifying a message, either legally or as a matter of fact (A synonym of ENTITY )
person
Among Trinitarians, one of the three subdivisions of the Godhead (the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost); an hypostasis
person
Any natural person, corporation, association, partnership, receiver, trustee, guardian, executor, administrator, and a fiduciary or representative of any kind
person
A shoot or bud of a plant; a polyp or zooid of the compound Hydrozoa Anthozoa, etc
person
An individual or corporation
person
In grammar, we use the term first person when referring to `I' and `we', second person when referring to `you', and third person when referring to `he', `she', `it', `they', and all other noun groups. Person is also used like this when referring to the verb forms that go with these pronouns and noun groups. see also first person, second person, third person
person
a natural person, corporation, company, partnership, or association (per WAC 208-660-010) a natural person, corporation, company, limited liability corporation, partnership, or association (per RCW 19 146 010)
person
A natural person, partnership, joint stock company, corporation, unincorporated association or society, or the state and any agency thereof, or any county, municipality, or political subdivision, or any other corporation of any character whatsoever
person
an individual, corporation, governmental agency, municipality, trust, estate, partnership, association, two or more individuals having joint or common interest, or other legal entity
person
A living, self-conscious being, as distinct from an animal or a thing; a moral agent; a human being; a man, woman, or child
person
A human being spoken of indefinitely; one; a man; as, any person present
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You are the last person I expected to see here. - You're the last person I expected to see here.

You cannot judge a person if you don't know him well. - You can't judge a person if you don't know him well.

person
A person is a man, woman, or child. At least one person died and several others were injured Everyone knows he's the only person who can do the job The amount of sleep we need varies from person to person
person
means any natural individual, firm, trust, estate, partnership, association, joint stock company, joint adventure, corporation, limited liability company, or a receiver, trustee, guardian, or other representative appointed by order of any court, or any city, town, county or other political subdivision in this State Whenever used in prescribing and imposing a fine or imprisonment or both, the term "person" as applied to partnerships and associations shall mean the partners or members thereof, as applied to limited liability companies the term "person" means managers, members, agents, or employees of the limited liability company, and as applied to corporations the term "person" shall mean the officers, agents, or employees thereof who are responsible for any violation of the Motor Fuel Tax Law
person
Any individual or legal entity, including an individual corporation, partnership, association, state, municipality, political subdivision of a state, Indian tribe, and any agency, department, or instrumentality of the United States, and any officer, agent, or employee thereof
person
Any individual, firm, partnership, joint adventure, corporation, estate, or trust, or any group or combination acting as a unit, but not a governmental unit, and the plural as well as the singular number
person
The physical body of a specified individual
person
One of three relations or conditions (that of speaking, that of being spoken to, and that of being spoken of) pertaining to a noun or a pronoun, and thence also to the verb of which it may be the subject
person
{i} human being; individual human; body of a human
person
An entity defined by USDA as being eligible to receive federal farm program benefits, subject to annual payment limitation constraints A "person" may be an individual farmer, an individual member of a joint operation, a corporation, a joint stock company, an association, a limited partnership, a trust, an estate, or a charitable organization A husband and wife are considered one person for payment limitation purposes A joint operation is not a person; neither is a cooperative association of producers that markets commodities for producers
person
Any individual, corporation, partnership, trust, association, or other business or non-profit organization, or any Federal, municipal, or regional governmental, intergovernmental or other entity that is not an gency
person
Human being; individual
person
a person's body (usually including their clothing); "a weapon was hidden on his person"
person
means any individual, partnership, firm, joint stock company, corporation, association, trust, estate, or other legal entity
person
Person(s), both plural and singular, as the case demands, include individuals, partnerships, corporations, companies, societies, and associations
person
If you meet, hear, or see someone in person, you are in the same place as them, rather than, for example, speaking to them on the telephone, writing to them, or seeing them on television. It was the first time she had seen him in person
person
a segment of discourse that pertains to the speaker (first person), to the one spoken to (second person), or the one spoken of (third person) The singular prounouns in English that are first person, second person, and third person are respectively "I", "you", and any of "he", "she", or "it" -- although it may seem weird for "it" to have a person associated with it (namely, third)
person
also, an individual, in the narrowest sense, among the higher animals
person
The bodily form of a human being; body; outward appearance; as, of comely person
person
The modern definition of the word "person" may mislead us into thinking that the trinity is a collection of three separate gods But the Latin "persona" means "the mask that an actor uses " So, in a sense, the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit of the Trinity are three "masks" that the one transcendent God uses
person
a grammatical category of pronouns and verb forms; "stop talking about yourself in the third person
person
As used in the Export Control Regulations, this can mean a natural person as well as a corporation, business association, partnership, society, trust, or any other entity, organization or group, including governmental entities
person
a human being; "there was too much for one person to do"
person
Specific human being
person
An individual, corporation, partnership, association, trust, government or other entity
person
Persons is used as the plural of person in formal, legal, and technical writing. removal of the right of accused persons to remain silent
person
Your person is your body. The suspect had refused to give any details of his identity and had carried no documents on his person
person
You can use in the person of when mentioning the name of someone you have just referred to in a more general or indirect way. We had a knowledgeable guide in the person of George Adams
person
To represent as a person; to personify; to impersonate
person
Within the context of the Act, a "person" means a "legal person," which includes an individual, a corporation, or any other entity
person
Any individual, receiver, trustee, guardian, personal representative, fiduciary, or representative of any kind, and any partnership, association, corporation or other entity Person includes the federal government, the State, and any other public or private entity (3)
person
If you do something in person, you do it yourself rather than letting someone else do it for you. She went to New York to receive the award in person
person
(am) means an individual, corporation, company, association, partnership, State agency, municipality including a county, or Federal agency
personalities
plural of personality
schizotypal personality
characterized by symptoms similar to but less severe than schizophrenia
self-report personality inventory
a personality inventory in which a person is asked which of a list of traits and characteristics describe her or him or to indicate which behaviors and hypothetical choices he or she would make
sixteen personality factor questionnaire
a self-report personality inventory developed by Raymond B
sixteen personality factor questionnaire
Cattell to measure the 16 personality dimensions that emerged from his factor analysis of a wide range of traits
split personality
a relatively rare dissociative disorder in which the usual integrity of the personality breaks down and two or more independent personalities emerge
split personality
If you say that someone has a split personality, you mean that their moods can change so much that they seem to have two separate personalities. a condition in which someone has two very different ways of behaving
split personality
personal disorder in which someone believes that they are two different and independent individuals
vital personality
active personality, active character
personality