restriction

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İngilizce - Türkçe
sınırlama
{i} kısıtlama

Okul bölgelerinde hız kısıtlamalarını görmezden gelmeyi seçen sürücüler için sert cezalar var. - There are tough penalties for motorists who choose to ignore speed restrictions in school zones.

Birçok kısıtlamalar olacaktır. - There will be many restrictions.

koşul
daraltma
azaltma
(Tıp) restriksiyon
{i} yasak
{i} kayıt
sınırlayan kural
hudut sınırlama
(Askeri) YASAKLAMA, KISITLAMA
(Mukavele) kısıtlama, sınırlayıcı kural
{i} tahdit
{i} koşul, şart
daralma
tahdidi
kısıntı
restriction of credits
(Ticaret) kredilerin kısıtlanması
restriction of foodstuff
(Politika, Siyaset) yeme-içmenin kısıtlanması
restriction of meaning
(Dilbilim) anlam daralması
restriction of trade
(Ticaret) ticaretin sınırlanması
restriction strap
büzme boyunduruğu
restriction tap
kısma musluğu
restriction tap
kapatma
restriction union
redüksiyon rakor
restriction enzymes
restriksiyon enzimleri
restriction-enzyme
restriksiyon enzim
restriction of production
(Ticaret) üretimin sınırlanması
restriction to limits
(Askeri) GÖZ HAPSİ
rent restriction
kira tahdidi
rent restriction
(Ticaret) kira fiyatlarının kontrolü
introduce restriction
sınırlandırma getirmek
restrictions
(Kanun) takyidat
restrictions
(Ticaret) tahditler
severe restriction
sıkı kısıtlama
cancel a restriction
bir kısıtlama iptal
restrictions
kısıtlamalar

Okul bölgelerinde hız kısıtlamalarını görmezden gelmeyi seçen sürücüler için sert cezalar var. - There are tough penalties for motorists who choose to ignore speed restrictions in school zones.

Birçok kısıtlamalar olacaktır. - There will be many restrictions.

semantic restriction
anlam daralması
administrative restriction
(Askeri) Göz hapsi
administrative restriction
(Askeri) GÖZ HAPSİ: Bir komutanın, kendi yetkisini kullanarak, suçlu bir şahsı tevkif etmeksizin, bir garnizon içindeki hareketini, idari bakımdan sınırlaması. Böyle bir sınırlamaya tabi tutulan kimse, bu süre içinde, mensup olduğu birliğin bütün askeri görev ve faaliyetlerine katılır. Bu gibi göz hapis cezalarının ihlali, disiplin cezalarının ihlalinde olduğu gibi, suç teşkil eder
assign zone restriction lists
(Askeri) bölge tahdit listesi tahsisi B
call restriction
cagri kisitlama
impose restriction
(Askeri) Kısıtlama getirmek
movement restriction
(Askeri) TRAFİK TAHDİDİ: Tıkanıklığın giderilmesine veya önlenmesine imkan vermek üzere, bölgelere giriş trafiğine veya bölgeler içi trafiğe, geçici olarak konulan tahdit
quantity restriction
(Kanun) miktar kısıtlaması
restrictions
kayıt kuyut
storey restriction
(İnşaat) kat sınırlaması
temporary flight restriction
(Askeri) geçici uçuş tahditleri
voluntary restriction
(Ticaret) ihtiyari kısıtlama
İngilizce - İngilizce
The act of restricting, or the state of being restricted
A regulation or limitation that restricts
{n} a limitation, confinement, tie
a principle that limits the extent of something; "I am willing to accept certain restrictions on my movements"
Any limit or control on the owner's ability to use the property May be contained in a deed and be binding on the land and future owners of it
This is the feeling of being able to eat only small amounts of food Some Bandsters talk of 'passive' restriction when their band is empty, wherein they are able to feel full on less food but where they feel no pain if they overeat As the band is filled, the tighter the restriction should feel Many Bandsters report that it takes 2-4 fills before feeling restricted enough to lose weight at an appropriate rate
A buffer's restriction is the amount of text, at the beginning or the end of the buffer, that is temporarily invisible and inaccessible Giving a buffer a nonzero amount of restriction is called narrowing (q v ) See section 24 13 Narrowing
Any limitation on the use of property
The term as used relating to real property means the owner of real property is restricted or prohibited from doing certain things relating to the property, or using the property for certain purposes
the act of keeping something within specified bounds (by force if necessary) a principle that limits the extent of something; "I am willing to accept certain restrictions on my movements
The term, as used in relation to real property, means that the owner of real property is restricted or prohibited from doing certain things relating to the property or using the property for certain purposes
A limitation on the use of real property, generally originated by the owner or subdivider in a deed Also termed a deed restriction
That which restricts; limitation; restraint; as, restrictions on trade
{i} limitation, state of being restricted; limit, something that restricts
provision in deed or will or in a Declaration of Condition, Reservations and Restrictions which limits in some way the right to use land or convey its title Examples are building setback lines and limitations to residential uses
The term as used relating to real property, means the owner of real property is restricted in or prohibited from doing certain things relating to the property for certain purposes For instance, the requirements in a deed that a lot maybe used for the construction of not more than a one-party dwelling, costing not less than ten thousand pesos (P10,000 00), is deemed to be restriction: also a legislative ordinance affecting all properties in a given area, requiring that improvement on property shall not be constructed any closer than twenty feet from the street curb, is a restriction by operation of law
A buffer's restriction is the amount of text, at the beginning or the end of the buffer, that is temporarily inaccessible Giving a buffer a nonzero amount of restriction is called narrowing (q v ) See section Narrowing
You can refer to anything that limits what you can do as a restriction. His parents are trying to make up to him for the restrictions of urban living = limitation see also restrict
A measure of the resistance to flow for (usually) a liquid or gas Exhaust or intake flow restriction can occur within tubing bends, within ports, manifolds, etc Liquid restriction can occur in needle-and-seat assemblies, fuel pumps, oil filters, etc Some restriction is always present in a flowing medium
is any deviation from the standards for food and water intake
the act of keeping something within specified bounds (by force if necessary)
This is the form of Academic Status which states that a student will be limited to 8 credits and/or credit equivalents or 2 courses, whichever is fewer For more information on Academic Restriction, visit our Academic Status Page
A restriction is an official rule that limits what you can do or that limits the amount or size of something. the lifting of restrictions on political parties and the news media
A limitation on or prohibition of certain uses of real property Restrictions may be found in public documents such as zoning ordinances or in private instruments such as deeds or declarations of covenants They may apply to individual parcels (as in deed restrictions), to whole subdivisions (as in declarations of covenants appearing on or accompanying plats), or to entire incorporated areas (as in city or county zoning ordinances) Matters covered by restrictions include such things as type of develpment permitted (e g , quality, design and location of improvments), and privileges and duties of property owners (e g property maintenance, landscaping or keeping of animals)
The act of restricting, or state of being restricted; confinement within limits or bounds
n A {bug} or design error that limits a program's capabilities, and which is sufficiently egregious that nobody can quite work up enough nerve to describe it as a {feature} Often used (esp by {marketroid} types) to make it sound as though some crippling bogosity had been intended by the designers all along, or was forced upon them by arcane technical constraints of a nature no mere user could possibly comprehend (these claims are almost invariably false) Old-time hacker Joseph M Newcomer advises that whenever choosing a quantifiable but arbitrary restriction, you should make it either a power of 2 or a power of 2 minus 1 If you impose a limit of 17 items in a list, everyone will know it is a random number --- on the other hand, a limit of 15 or 16 suggests some deep reason (involving 0- or 1-based indexing in binary) and you will get less {flamage} for it Limits which are round numbers in base 10 are always especially suspect
A limitation on a particular drug or group of drugs Examples of restriction edits are: PA required, member age restriction, not in formulary, or quantity limits
A limitation placed upon the use of property contained in the deed or other written instrument in the chain of title
A limitation on the use of real estate, generally originated by the owner or subdivider in a deed
A notice to the appointing authority that no future action may be taken on a position or classification without review and approval of the Department of Civil Service There are three types of restrictions
a limitation placed upon the use of property, contained in the deed or other written instrument in the chain of title or in local ordinances pertaining to land use
an act of limiting or restricting (as by regulation)
restriction enzyme
An endonuclease that catalyzes double-strand cleavage of DNA containing a specific sequence
restriction enzymes
plural form of restriction enzyme
restriction endonuclease
any of the enzymes that cut nucleic acid at specific restriction sites and produce restriction fragments; obtained from bacteria (where they cripple viral invaders); used in recombinant DNA technology
restriction enzyme
Any of a group of enzymes that catalyze the cleavage of DNA at specific sites to produce discrete fragments, used especially in genetic engineering. Also called restriction endonuclease. Protein (more specifically, an endonuclease) produced by bacteria that cleaves DNA at specific sites along its length. Thousands have been found, from many different bacteria; each recognizes a specific nucleotide sequence. In the living bacterial cell, these enzymes destroy the DNA of certain invading viruses (bacteriophages), thus placing a "restriction" on the number of viral strains that can cause infection; the bacterium's own DNA is protected from cleavage by methyl (CH3) groups, which are added by enzymes at the recognition sites to mask them. In the laboratory, restriction enzymes allow researchers to isolate DNA fragments of interest, such as those that contain genes, and to recombine them with other DNA molecules; for this reason they have become very powerful tools of recombinant DNA biotechnology (see DNA recombination)
restriction fragment
the fragment of DNA that is produced by cleaving DNA with a restriction enzyme
restriction site
the specific sites at which a restriction enzyme will cleave DNA
field restriction
A rule governing the placement of fielders (within an oval drawn on the pitch) at certain times during the innings of a one-day match
a restriction
limitation
age restriction
limitation according to age
restrictions
A note providing "information about any restriction placed on access to the records (or parts of the records) being described" (RAD 1 8B16) Access may be "open" - available to all researchers - "restricted" - available for consultation or use only under certain specified conditions - or "closed" - not available for consultation or use Access may be restricted or closed under the terms of a donation agreement, because of the physical condition of the records, or to protect the privacy of person(s) named in the unit, in accordance with Access to Information/ Protection of Privacy legislation
restrictions
Donors' specifications on how nonprofits should use their gifts See also: Donor-Advised Fund Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
restrictions
Limitations on rental use placed on a list by its owner or manager
restrictions
Any condition placed upon the list user by the list owner Examples are requiring a mail package for approval prior to use or limiting usage to one mailing
restrictions
Certified copy of restrictions (in deeds of other recorded documents) required by lender
restrictions
Release status of the IMI product, based on the content of the program material
restrictions
Limitations on the use of property imposed or created by deeds or other documents in the chain of title A restriction, for example, may prohibit the placement of trailer or the construction of a commercial structure on the property
restrictions
Limitations on the use of property Private restrictions are created by means of restrictive covenants written into real property instruments, such as deeds and leases
restrictions
This is often referred to as covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC&R) in regard to a piece of property, setting limitations on its use
restrictions
Usually rules specified by the seller or owner involving special conditions such as hunting, fishing, soil conditioning; littering, boating, fires, etc
restrictions
- Limitations on the use of property imposed or created by deeds or other documents in the chain of title A restriction, for example, may prohibit the placement of a trailer or the construction of a commercial structure on the property
restrictions
This is often referred to as covenants, conditions and restrictions (CC & R) in regard to a piece of property, setting limitations on its use
restrictions
Limitations on the use of property imposed or created by deeds or other documents in the chain of the title A restriction, for example, may prohibit the placement of a trailer or the construction of a commercial structure on the property
restrictions
In life or health insurance, limitations or exclusions in a policy
restrictions
Indicates if the module is restricted to students on particular programmes
restrictions
Limitations on the use of property imposed or created by deeds or other documents in the chain of title
restrictions
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restrictions
plural form of restriction
restrictions
An instrument, filed in Real Property records which restricts pieces of real estate for certain purposes The most common restrictions are residential restrictions which prohibit the property owners of the residential area from doing certain things, i e conducting business out of their homes There are two (2) basic types of restrictions; Deed Restrictions and Subdivision Restrictions Deed Restrictions are those which are put into the deed when the property is transferred from one party to another, restricting the new and any future owners from doing certain things on the real estate Subdivision Restrictions are blanket restrictions filed by the developer of the subdivision prohibiting the new and future owners form certain things as indicated above
restrictions
Often called restrictive covenants Provisions in a deed or other instrument whereby an owner of land prohibits or restricts certain use, occupation or improvement of the land
restrictions
Often called restrictive covenants Provisions in a deed or other instrument whereby an owner of land prohibits or restricts certain use, occupation and improvement of the land
restrictions
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restrictions
Limitations on the use of property imposed or created by deeds or other documents in the chain of title A restriction may prohibit the placement of a trailer or the color of paint for a house
restrictions
Rules imposed on the use of real estate in an effort to preserve property values
restrictions
Hose, wands, filters, carpet, water, foam, voltage fluctuation (anything which impedes airflow)
trade restriction
union that determines uniform market prices, monopoly
restriction