annex

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} topraklarına katmak
müsadere etmek
(Mimarlık) binada kanat
ilhak
katma
(Ticaret) ek madde
(Kanun) zeyil
(Mimarlık) yan blok
ek yapı
istila etmek
katmak
eklemek
{f} ekle

Herhangi bir çeviri bir eklemedir. - Any translation is an annexation.

ek bina
EK: Bir harekat emrini veya bir başka dokümanı anlaşılır bir hale sokmak veya daha teferruatlandırmak için, bu emir veya dokümana eklenen vesika
İlâve
İlhak etmek, ilâve etmek, eklemek
{i} ek
{f} habersiz almak
istila et/ekle
(Mimarlık) binada kanat kol yan blok
(Askeri) İlhak etmek, ek tesis
(Mimarlık) kol
eklenti
ekleme

Herhangi bir çeviri bir eklemedir. - Any translation is an annexation.

ilhak etmek
ilave etmek
ilave
annexed
{s} ilişik
annex cell
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) yardımcı hücre
annex room
(Turizm) ek oda
annex room
(Turizm) ilave oda
annexation
ilhak
annexe
eklenti
annexing
ekleme
annexing
ilave etme
annexe
ek yapı
annexe
ek
attach to
dahil etmek
attach to
katmak
attach to
almak
attach to
bağla
air annex
(Askeri) HAVA EKİ: Büyük birlikleri ilgilendiren harekat emirlerinde veya geniş sahalara ait savunma planlarında yer alan, hava araçlarının kullanılmasıyla ilgili talimat
annexation
ekleme

Herhangi bir çeviri bir eklemedir. - Any translation is an annexation.

annexation
müsadere
annexation
{i} katılan arazi
annexation
{i} topraklarına katma
annexation
ilhak mülhak arazi
annexation
{i} katma
annexe
müştemilat
annexe
(Hukuk) katmak
annexe
ilaveler
annexe
ek bina
annexe
(Hukuk) ilhak etmek
annexed
katma
annexed
{s} ekli
artillery annex
(Askeri) TOPÇU EKİ; ATEŞ DESTEK PLANI: Topçunun kullanılması ile ilgili teferruatı ihtiva etmek üzere, bir harekat emriyle birlikte yayımlanan bilgi veya talimat
artillery annex
(Askeri) ateş destek planı
artillery annex
(Askeri) topçu eki
intelligence annex
(Askeri) İSTİHBARAT EKİ: Düşmanın durumu istihbarat görevinin tayini ve istihbarat idari usulleri hakkında detaylı bilgi sağlayan bir harekat emri veya planının destekleyici dökümanı
intelligence annex
(Askeri) istihbarat eki
logistics annex
(Askeri) LOJİSTİK EKİ: Bir harekat emrinde, kıtanın lojistik faaliyeti hakkında konulan madde veya emre iliştirilen ek. LOGISTICS OVER-THE-SHORE OPERATIONS: LOJİSTİK KIYI HAREKATI: Gemilerin savaş zamanında ve düşman mukavemeti olmaksızın hareket alanının genişletilmesi esnasında, dost veya savunmasız bir araziyle sabit liman tesislerinden faydalanmaksızın yüklenmesi veya boşaltılması
medical annex
(Askeri) TIBBİ EK TALİMAT: Bir muharebe harekatında, sıhhiye personelinin görevlerini belirtmek üzere, harekat emrine ek olarak yayınlanan teferruatlı talimat
medical annex
(Askeri) tıbbi ek talimat
to annex
ilhak etmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To add something to another, to incorporate into

The ancient city of Petra was annexed by Rome.

An addition or extension to a building
An appendix
An addition, an extension
to add or affix at the end
{v} to join, add, connect, sujoin, unite
{n} a thing annexed, a thing subjoined
v to incorporate (a country or other territory) within the domain of a state
attach to
An emergency operations plan element that describes the jurisdiction's plan for functioning in that component area of activity during emergencies
to incorporate into a country the territory of another country
ANNEXATION
If the DRMR approves, a DRMO may establish subordinate offices at particular locations to handle specific generations These sub-offices are termed Annexes and are established to conduct the DRMO's business in offices and locations away from the main DRMO The head of such a holding activity is a Supervisory Property Disposal Specialist who must be officially appointed on orders to act on behalf of the Property Disposal Officer to receive, store, care, and ship property Although this agent is responsible for ensuring the proper care and safeguarding of the property in his/her custody, he/she is not an accountable officer Documentation is normally dispatched to the DRMO for retention while the agent may maintain a set of informal records as backup
an addition that extends a main building
The takeover of a municipality by another
This is a compact storage area located in the lower level of the main library Also known as Compact Storage
Add land to an existing country, state, county, or city
Also know as the Showcase Annex The main pin trading area in Disneyland Located at the beginning of Main Street USA between the Mad Hatter and the Magic Shop
to add on
An addition to a main building; to join or add
take (territory) by conquest; "Hitler annexed Lithuania"
(as annesis,) a minor property subsidiary to a more important one
take illegally, as of territory; "The Israelis are annexing more and more territory on the West Bank"
Annex is the same as annexe. to take control of a country or area next to your own, especially by using force (annexer, from annectere, from ad- + nectere ( NEXUS))
To join or attach; usually to subjoin; to affix; to append; followed by to
take illegally, as of territory; "The Israelis are annexing more and more territory on the West Bank
To attach or connect, as a consequence, condition, etc
an addition that extends a main building attach to take (territory) by conquest; "Hitler annexed Lithuania" take illegally, as of territory; "The Israelis are annexing more and more territory on the West Bank
To join; to be united
as, to annex a penalty to a prohibition, or punishment to guilt
an addition that extends a main building attach to take (territory) by conquest; "Hitler annexed Lithuania"
Something annexed or appended; as, an additional stipulation to a writing, a subsidiary building to a main building; a wing
{i} attachment
To join or add, as a smaller thing to a greater
{f} incorporate, add, append (territory, etc.); join, connect
If a country annexes another country or an area of land, it seizes it and takes control of it. Rome annexed the Nabatean kingdom in 106 AD Hitler was determined to annex Austria to Germany. + annexation annexations an·nexa·tion Indonesia's annexation of East Timor
annexation
the act of annexing, or territories that have been annexed
annexation
the legal merging of a territory into another body
annexation
{n} an addition, an union
annexed
{a} joined, added, connected, united
Annexation
annexion
Annexation
permanently incorporating real property, (i e , such as a city adding additional land to increase its size)
Annexation
the process a municipality acquires surrounding land and incorporates it into its jurisdiction
Annexation
The process of incorporating an area of land not currently within the jurisdiction of a local government's governing authority for the purpose of including that area within the government's jurisdiction
Annexation
The addition of personal property to real property The addition of a surrounding area to the corporate jurisdiction of a city
Annexation
A takeover or seizure of land
Annexation
A type of imperial control whereby one country takes over another country or a territory and incorporates it into it's own
Annexation
The act of incorporating an area into the domain of a city
Annexation
The incorporation of land into an existing community that results in a change in the community's boundary Annexation generally refers to the inclusion of newly incorporated land but can also involve the transfer of land from one municipality to another
Annexation
Permanent additions to real property such as the United States annexing the Louisiana Territory
Annexation
The inclusion of territory in a city or special district
Annexation
A process where an item of personal property has become part of the real property because a landowner installed it on the real property
Annexation
When a city or district attaches additional territory to its boundary Property owners will benefit from increased municipal services, cities/districts will gain more revneue through situs taxes
Annexation
A method of attempting to govern a metropolitan area as a whole by having the central city acquire the surrounding suburbs This system works best when suburban and central-city residents are about the same in race, social class, and political interest
Annexation
The act of adding, joining and attaching one thing to another With respect to the annexing of land, from time to time municipalities legally incorporate into the existing town or city limits a certain amount of land or territory outside their legal boundary This may be done to consolidate two governments into one or perhaps to increase property tax revenue for the municipality
Annexation
An addition to property by the act of joining or uniting one thing to another, as in attaching personal property to real property and thereby creating a fixture For example, a sink becomes a fixture when it is annexed to the plumbing outlet
annexation
The act of annexing; process of attaching, adding, or appending; the act of connecting; union; as, the annexation of Texas to the United States, or of chattels to the freehold
annexation
(b) (Scots Law) The appropriation of lands or rents to the crown
annexation
the formal act of acquiring something (especially territory) by conquest or occupation; "the French annexation of Madagascar as a colony in 1896"; "a protectorate has frequently been a first step to annexation"
annexation
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annexation
The union of property with a freehold so as to become a fixture
annexation
incorporation by joining or uniting
annexation
{i} addition, appending, attachment; territorial extension; connection, union
annexations
plural of annexation
annexe
an·nexe annexes in AM and sometimes in BRIT, use annex1. An annexe is a building which is joined to or is next to a larger main building. setting up a museum in an annexe to the theatre
annexe
An annexe to a document is a section added to it at the end. The Annex lists and discusses eight titles
annexe
an addition that extends a main building
annexed
{s} incorporated, added, appended (territory, etc.); joined, connected
annexed
past of annex
annexes
plural of annex
annexes
third-person singular of annex
annexing
present participle of annex
annex
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