renew

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yenilemek

Bu yıl pasaportunu yenilemek zorunda olduğundan emin misin? - Are you sure you have to renew your passport this year?

Başardıkları her şey için onu ve Vali Palin'i tebrik ediyorum ve önümüzdeki aylarda bu milletin sözünü yenilemek için onlarla çalışmaya can atıyorum. - I congratulate him and Governor Palin for all they have achieved, and I look forward to working with them to renew this nation's promise in the months ahead.

dinçleştirmek
{f} yinelemek
süresini uzatmak
yenileştirmek
tekrarlamak
yenile

Benim aboneliğimi yenilemem gerekiyor. - I need to renew my subscription.

Ehliyetimi geçen ay yenilettim. - I had my driver's license renewed last month.

tazelemek
canlandırmak
{f} bakım yapmak
tamir etmek
renewableyenilenir
yenilenmek
{f} yenilemek, onarmak
tekrar etmek
{f} canlandırmak, gençleştirmek
yeni hayat vermek
{f} uzatmak
tekrar başlamak
müddeti uzatmak
{f} (pasaport v.b.'nin) süresini uzatmak
(Ticaret) temdit etmek
renewable
yenilenebilir

Temiz, yenilenebilir enerjiye yatırım yapmalıyız. - We need to invest in clean, renewable energy.

Yenilenebilir enerji kaynaklarımızı geliştirmeliyiz. - We must develop renewable energy sources.

renewal
yenileme
renewed
{s} yenilenmiş

Perdeler ve halılar yenilenmişti. - Curtains and carpets were renewed.

Onlar ülkeleri için yenilenmiş bir sevgi hissettiler. - They felt a renewed love for their country.

renew all
(Bilgisayar) tümünü yenile
renew a bill
(Ticaret) senedin vadesini uzatmak
renew a contract
(Ticaret) sözleşme yenilemek
renew a right
(Kanun) hak yenilemek
renew agreements
(Politika, Siyaset) anlaşmaları yenilemek
renew interval
(Bilgisayar) yenileme aralığı
renew key
(Bilgisayar) anahtarınızı yenileyin
renew one's ablution
abdest tazelemek
renew one's subscription
aboneyi yenilemek
renew subscription
abonelik yenilemek
renew the policy
(Sigorta) poliçeyi yenilemek
retail renew
(Bilgisayar) perakende yenile
renewal
(Hukuk) canlandırma
renewal
tekerrür
renewal
{i} of süresini uzatma; süresinin uzatılması
renewed
{s} yeni

Ehliyetimi geçen ay yenilettim. - I had my driver's license renewed last month.

Aboneliğimi yenilemedim. - I haven't renewed my subscription.

renewable
yenilenir
renewable
süresi uzatılabilir
renewable
temdit edilebilir
renewal
yenileştirme
renewal
yenileme veya
renewal
(Osmanlıca) teceddüt
renewal
yeniden yapma
renewed
yenilenen
renewable
yenilenmesi gereken
renewal
yenilenen şey
renewed
{f} yenile

Perdeler ve halılar yenilenmişti. - Curtains and carpets were renewed.

Ehliyetimi geçen ay yenilettim. - I had my driver's license renewed last month.

renewal
restorasyon
do not renew (policy)
(Sigorta) (poliçeyi) yenilemeyiniz
renewable
{s} uzatılabilir
renewable
yenisi ile değiştirilebilir
renewal
(Askeri) YENİLEME, YENİLENME
renewal
yenilenme
renewal
uzatma
renewed
bakım ve onarımı yapılmış
renewed
{s} uzatılmış
to renew
(Hukuk) yenilemek
İngilizce - İngilizce
To replace (something which has broken etc.); to replenish (something which has been exhausted), to keep up a required supply of
To make (something) new again; to restore to freshness or original condition

In such a night / Medea gather’d the enchanted herbs / That did renew old AEson.

To begin again; to recommence

The last great age, foretold by sacred rhymes, / Renews its finished course ; Saturnian times / Roll round again.

To make new spiritually; to regenerate

And fassion not youre selves lyke vnto this worlde: But be ye chaunged in youre shape by the renuynge of youre wittes that ye maye fele what thynge that good yt acceptable and perfaycte will of god is.

To repeat

The birds their notes renew, and bleating herds / Attest their joy, that hill and valley rings.

(Discuss() this sense) To become new, or as new; to revive

Renewing neighborhoods dealing with vacant buildings badly need options other than demolition or dangerous vacant spaces.

To become new, or as new; to grow or begin again
{v} to make new, begin again, repeat
If you renew a relationship with someone, you start it again after you have not seen them or have not been friendly with them for some time. When the two men met again after the war they renewed their friendship In December 1989 Syria renewed diplomatic relations with Egypt. = resume
To extend a mortgage agreement with the same lender for another term The length of the term and the conditions (such as the rate of interest) may be changed
If the loan period on an Open shelf book, for example, has expired, you may renew it for a further period of two weeks unless it has been requested by another borrower or for the Short Loan Collection You may renew it in person or once by telephone
Specifically, to substitute for (an old obligation or right) a new one of the same nature; to continue in force; to make again; as, to renew a lease, note, or patent
extending the loan period for library materials Renewals must be handled in person at the circulation desk
When you renew something such as a licence or a contract, you extend the period of time for which it is valid. Larry's landlord threatened not to renew his lease
to extend the loan period of a book
When you renew an item you are extending its due date S Scholarly Journal - Usually contains articles written by professors, researchers, or other experts in a subject area
Process which allows you to extend the loan period for a book Some restrictions may apply Ask at Circulation for information
This is the procedure for extending the loan period of an item which you have borrowed from the library You may renew an item if no one else has requested it
To extend the due date for a book
To make new again; to restore to freshness, perfection, or vigor; to give new life to; to rejuvenate; to re&?;stablish; to recreate; to rebuild
To extend to due date for a book
{f} restore to good condition; restart, resume; refresh, revive; extend for an additional period of time; be restored to good condition; be extended for an additional period of time
To extend the amount of time materials can be borrowed Renewals can be done electronically on SAGE or by telephoning the LOAN DESK However, this applies only to materials owned by Colorado State University Requests to renew InterLibrary Loan items must be made through InterLibrary Loan
to enter into a new lease term for a rental property after the existing lease term has expired Automatic renewal of leases without a new written agreement is common Check the Provincial and Territorial Fact Sheets for exact terms relating to lease renewals
is a short way of writing "Recovery of Nationally Endangered Wildlife Program" The people who work on the program make plans to help save wildlife that are in danger
cause to appear in a new form; "the old product was reincarnated to appeal to a younger market"
re-establish on a new, usually improved, basis or make new or like new; "We renewed our friendship after a hiatus of twenty years"; "They renewed their membership"
Extension of the loan period for a charged library item If no one has requested the item, renewals are possible Renewals for SIUE Library materials may be handled in person at the Circulation Desk, by phone at 650-2172, or by accessing your borrower information using the "My Account" option in ILLINET Online
To make new again; to restore to freshness, perfection, or vigor; to give new life to; to rejuvenate; to reestablish; to recreate; to rebuild
If you renew an activity, you begin it again. He renewed his attack on government policy towards Europe There was renewed fighting yesterday
To extend a due date for a book (or other library materials)
To extend the due date of the item(s) patrons have checked out
To renew a library item is to get an extension on the borrowing period At I D Weeks Library, borrowers wishing to renew items may do so online through the library's homepage or bring the item into the library Items may not be renewed over the telephone
Process of a patron extending the loan period for a borrowed item
You can say that something is renewed when it grows again or is replaced after it has been destroyed or lost. Cells are being constantly renewed. a renewed interest in public transport systems
to get permission to keep library materials past the date due
To renew is to extend the loan period of a book
To repeat; to go over again
When you renew library material, you are extending the lending period ("due date") of those items Renewals may be made in person at the Circulation Desk, through the OSU Library Catalog, email, mail, phone and fax
To extend the amount of time materials can be borrowed
renew an agreement
make an agreement legitimate again
renew subscription
subscribe again
renew youth
restore youth, bring back youth
renewable
Sustainable; able to be regrown or renewed; having an ongoing or continuous source of supply; not finite

Solar and wind power are renewable, but coal is not.

renewable
A thing that is [[#Adjective|renewable]]; especially, a renewable source of energy
renewal
The act of renewing
renewal
An offensive action made immediately after a parried one
renewable
{a} that may be renewed or repeated
renewal
{n} the act of renewing, a change
Renewal
renovelance
renewable
A scholarship or grant that may be renewed by the recipient, either automatically or through a reapplication process
renewable
{s} can be restored to good condition; can be resumed; can be refreshed; can be extended for an additional period of time
renewable
Many term insurance policies contain an option to renew the policy after the term period has ended, possibly without evidence of insurability, and generally at a higher rate than the initial term period
renewable
Capable of being renewed; as, a lease renewable at pleasure
renewable
Term/Annual Renewable Term insurance that may be renewed for another term without evidence of insurability Level term usually turns into renewable term with increasing premiums after the level premium period
renewable
capable of being renewed; replaceable; "renewable energy such as solar energy is theoretically inexhaustible" that can be renewed or extended; "a renewable lease"; "renewable subscriptions
renewable
resource - a resource that replaces itself after harvesting so that it can be harvested again
renewable
Resources that have the capacity to replenish themselves within a human's lifespan
renewable
that can be renewed or extended; "a renewable lease"; "renewable subscriptions"
renewable
Able to be continually replenished Rainwater, solar and hydro-electricity, and human creativity are all considered to be Renewable Resources (See also Resources and Non-renewable )
renewable
If a contract or agreement is renewable, it can be extended when it reaches the end of a fixed period of time. A formal contract is signed which is renewable annually
renewable
Renewable resources are natural ones such as wind, water, and sunlight, which are always available. renewable energy sources
renewable
Something that can be renewed, but especially a renewable source of energy
renewable
Able to be replaced or replenished, either by the earth's natural processes or by human action Air, water, and forests are often considered to be example of renewable resources However, due to local geographic conditions and costs involved, strong arguments can be made that water may not be a completely renewable resource in some parts of the world, especially in developing countries or in areas with limited groundwater supplies Minerals and fossil fuels are examples of non-renewable resources
renewable
replenishable; refers to energy sources that are not dependent on finite resources
renewable
Resources that are essentially limitless in their supply and do not require replacement Examples include solar, wind and geothermal energy Manufacturers should consider the source of their energy Electricity generated by wind props, for instance, would be considered a renewable resource
renewable
Resources able to be sustained or renewed indefinitely, either because of inexhaustible supplies or because of new growth
renewable
restored, returned to earth in this case water that leaves the earth in the air returns to earth in the form of rain, snow, sleet, mist Water that flows into the ground can be recovered from ground water
renewable
Something that can be used again
renewable
that can be renewed or extended; "a renewable lease"; "renewable subscriptions
renewable
Able to be renewed; capable of renewal
renewable
With respect to a resource, sustainable; able to be regrown or renewed; having an ongoing or continuous source of supply; not finite
renewable
Designation of a commodity or resource, such as solar energy or firewood, that is inexhaustible or capable of being replaced by natural ecological cycles or sound management practices
renewable
Capable of being replaced by natural ecological cycles or sound management practices
renewable
capable of being renewed; replaceable; "renewable energy such as solar energy is theoretically inexhaustible"
renewable
An energy source that can be used again and will not run out
renewable
when a resource comes into being through a relatively fast-acting natural processes (sunlight and rain are examples)
renewable
Is something that can be used over and over again with out running out - e g solar energy
renewal
The process of obtaining a new certificate of the same class and type for the same subject once an existing certificate has expired
renewal
Option A clause giving a tenant the right to extend the term of a lease, usually for a stated period of time and at a rent amount as provided for in the option language
renewal
Placement of a day order identical to one not completed on the previous day
renewal
The reestablishment of the in-force status of a policy, the term of which has expired or will expire unless it is renewed (G)
renewal
An extension of the loan period for charged library materials Renewals may be handled in person at the circulation desk or by phone
renewal
Used in the context of general equities Placement of an identical day order to that which was not completed on the previous day
renewal
All varieties of continuations may come up for annual renewal, though some publishers prefer the pay-as-you-go method because they don’t know how many supplements will be published during the year
renewal
the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation
renewal
continuation of coverage provided by a policy, beyond its original term, by the insurer accepting a premium for a new policy term
renewal
an extension of the loan period for charged library materials Renewals may be handled in person at the circulation desk or by phone **
renewal
Registration for most domain names needs to be renewed based on some scheduled yearly interval This gives the registrant (you) and the registry (the administrator of the Top Level Domain) an opportunity to update contact information and name registration This usually includes payment of the registration fee(s)
renewal
The extension of the term of coverage of an expired policy, commonly by replacement with another policy effective on the date of expiration of the previous policy
renewal
(Domain Name) Most TLDs need to be renewed at some scheduled yearly interval This is an opportunity for both the registrant and the registry to update their records as well as collect any applicable renewal fees
renewal
Applicable to grants and cooperative agreements only A competitively reviewd proposal requesting additional funds extending the scope of work beyond the current project period
renewal
The continuation of coverage for another term, with the same insurance company that issued the policy, at the end of the policy period
renewal
- The continuation in full force and effect of something that is about to expire With an insurance policy it is made either by the issuance of a new policy or renewal receipt or certificate, to take effect upon the expiration of the old policy
renewal
A grant to a licensee of an additional license term at the conclusion of the current license term To obtain a renewal, licensees must file a renewal application between 90 days prior to the license expiration date and the expiration date Note: A 30-day grace period is also provided (see Grace Period) When the renewal is granted, the license receives a new expiration date at the end of the renewal term Special Temporary Authorizations and developmental authorizations may also be renewed, subject to some restrictions
renewal
filling again by supplying what has been used up
renewal
If there is a renewal of an activity or a situation, it starts again. They will discuss the possible renewal of diplomatic relations
renewal
The process of extending the loan period of library materials
renewal
Any action which renews, or revitalises, the cultural significance of the place Sometimes these actions may affect the fabric or the physical aspects of the place Renewal may simply be 'continued use', which may or may not result in 'protective care' Renewal or revitalisation can occur as a result of activities which do not alter the fabric; for example, by the telling of new stories, or by the use of the site for new ceremonies
renewal
The continuance of the coverage of a policy that is beyond the original length of time set in the original policy based on the acceptance of the new policy's premium
renewal
An extension of the loan period for charged library materials Most library materials may be renewed online or in person at most General Libraries circulation desks Some restricted materials may be renewed only at the circulation desk from which they were checked out Materials must have been checked out for a fourteen-day loan period or longer to be eligible for online renewal UTNetCAT online renewal is available to all borrowers who have activated their UT EID's
renewal
An extension of the loan period for checked out library materials Most library materials may be renewed online through CLICnet or in person at the circulation desk Some restricted materials must be renewed in person Items may occasionally be renewed over the phone by calling the circulation desk
renewal
Continuance of coverage under a policy beyond its original term by the acceptance of a premium for a new policy term
renewal
A renewal is a new policy or a standard certificate from an insurance company, stating that the conditions of your old policy will stay in effect for a specified period of time
renewal
At the end of a mortgage term, the borrower re-negotiates the loan for a new term
renewal
Continuance of coverage under a policy beyond its original term by the insurer's acceptance of the premium for a new policy term
renewal
The act of renewing, or the state of being renewed; as, the renewal of a treaty
renewal
{i} act of renewing; state of being renewed
renewal
Renewal of something lost, dead, or destroyed is the process of it growing again or being replaced. urban renewal and regeneration
renewal
The renewal of a document such as a licence or a contract is an official increase in the period of time for which it remains valid. His contract came up for renewal
renewals
a subscription which has been renewed prior to or at expiration or within six months thereafter
renewals
= (1) The premiums paid for renewed policies (2) The commissions paid on renewal premiums
renewals
In life and health insurance, the premiums paid for renewed policies Also, the commissions paid on renewal premiums
renewals
Names of individuals or companies removed from the mailing list of a publication In print: refers to a magazine or newspaper subscriptions which people extend past their expiration dates
renewals
(1) The premiums paid for renewed policies (2) The commissions paid on renewal premiums
renewals
plural of renewal
renewals
(1) The premiums paid for renewed policies (2) The commissions paid on renewal premiums (G)
renewed
restored to a new condition; "felt renewed strength"
renewed
restored to a new condition; "felt renewed strength
renewed
past of renew
renewer
{i} one who restores to good condition; one who restarts, resumer; one who refreshes, reviver; one who extends for an additional period of time
renewer
One who, or that which, renews
renewing
tending to impart new life and vigor to; "the renewing warmth of the sunshine
renewing
tending to impart new life and vigor to; "the renewing warmth of the sunshine"
renewing
present participle of renew
renews
third-person singular of renew
renew