appropriations

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Avrupa Birliği) ödeme emri verilen krediler
(Ticaret) tasarruf
gider
(Hukuk) sarf
appropriation
(Ticaret) kullanma
appropriation
mahsup
appropriation
kendileme
appropriation
tahsis
appropriation
mal etme
appropriation
tahsis etme
appropriation
(Kanun) Başkasına ait olan birşeyi izinsiz kendi üzerine alma, üstüne oturma, el koyma
appropriation
(Ekonomi) Temellük
legislative appropriations request
yaşama ödenekler talep
appropriation
ayırma
appropriation
üstüne oturma
appropriation
tahsisat
appropriation
el koyma
appropriation
iç etme
appropriation
ödenek

Kültürel ödenek nedir? - What is cultural appropriation?

Kültürel ödenek bir şey değildir. - Cultural appropriation isn't a thing.

appropriation
kendine mâletme
appropriation
{i} benimseme
appropriation
{i} kendine mal etme
appropriation
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) temellük (etme)
appropriation
(Askeri) TAHSİSAT, BÜTÇE İLE AYRILAN TAHSİSAT: Kongre'den geçmiş bir kanunla, belirli bir maksat için hazineden ödemeler yapılması hususunda verilen yetki. Tahsisler, uygulama şekillerine göre "annual", "continuing", "multiple year", "current", "expired", "lapsed", "definite", "indefinite", "permanent" ve "civil" adlarını a1ır. Bu kelimelere bakınız
appropriation
zimmetine geçirme/ayrılma
budget appropriations
bütçe ödenekleri
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The last phase of the Congressional budget process for a fiscal year The amounts authorized for spending on given programs, agencies, and government functions are approved for disbursement, or appropriation, from the U S Treasury
The process by which monies are allocated by Parliament to Ministers for the purpose of funding agencies to provide goods and services to the public
Appropriations are authorizations to spend money out of a fund, made by a fiscal body such as a county council, city council, town board or school board Appropriations are set in the local government's annual budget Sometimes, however, appropriations are made but the money is not spent Other times, additional appropriations are authorized above the initial budget appropriations Thus, appropriations listed in the budget are spending authorized at the beginning of the fiscal year, but actual spending may be greater or less than appropriations
Setting aside or budgeting public funds for a specific purpose
a particular type of Act that authorises the government to spend an amount of money specified in the Act The government cannot spend money except as authorised by parliamentary appropriations
The process of authorizing future payments from budgeted income Only money that is appropriated can be spent
The total amount of estimated expenditures authorized by the Legislature from unrestricted or undesignated resources of a current nature (i e , the General Fund) The Legislature appropriates to "programs" (e g , General Purpose Aid for Local Schools) and to "line categories" within programs (e g , Personal Services, All Other, Capital Expenditures, Unallocated)
plural of appropriation
A provision of law (not necessarily in an appropriation act) authorizing the expenditure of funds for a given purpose Usually, but not always, an appropriation provides budget authority
Use of a company’s profits which remain after tax They are usually distributed as dividends or added to reserves as retained earnings
Refers to an authority under a law given by the legislature to the executive to spend public funds for a specified purpose Annual appropriations are made through annual budget laws Supplementary budgets/appropriations are sometimes granted subsequent to the annual law if the annual appropriation is insufficient to meet the purpose "Standing appropriation" is sometimes used for authority extending beyond a single budget year under separate legislation (such as social security legislation) In some countries, such as the United States, the term "authorization" is used to denote a general law setting up a program and permitting appropriation but not giving any specific authority to spend In most countries, agencies and departments require specific executive authorization ("apportionment, allotment, or warrant") to actually incur an obligation against appropriation
This is legislative authorization by law for the state to spend money or take on obligations
Expenditure authority created by City Council
The amount of money authorized by the General Assembly for state spending is called the appropriation
appropriation
That which is appropriated
appropriation
the assimilation of concepts into a governing framework
appropriation
An act or instance of appropriating
appropriation
Appropriation of something that belongs to someone else is the act of taking it, usually without having the right to do so. Other charges include fraud and illegal appropriation of land
appropriation
{n} an application to some particular use or meaning, an alienation
appropriation
(Ekonomi) Appropriation is a non-violent process by which previously unowned natural resources, particularly land, become the property of a person or group of persons. The term is widely used in economics in this sense. In certain cases, it proceeds under very specifically defined forms, such as driving stakes or other such markers into the land claimed, which form gave rise to the term “staking a claim.” "Squatter’s rights" are another form of appropriation, but are usually asserted against land to which ownership rights of another party have been recognized. In legal regimes recognizing such acquisition of property, the ownership of duly appropriated holdings enjoys such protections as the law provides for ownership of property in general
Appropriation
incorporation by joining or uniting
Appropriation
A legislative authorization to make expenditures and incur obligations for specific governmental purposes; usually limited as to time when it may be expended One of the prime responsibilities of the Legislature is this power to appropriate moneys
Appropriation
A statute, under the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations, that generally provides legal authority for federal agencies to incur obligations and to make payments out of Treasury for specified purposes An appropriation act fulfills the requirement of Article I, section 9 of the Constitution, which provides that "no money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of Appropriations made by Law " Currently, 13 regular appropriation acts are considered annually (A Glossary of Terms Used in the Federal Budget Process, GAO, 1993) Ten of these regular appropriation acts (i e , Congressional Appropriation Bills) provide legal authority for federal agencies to incur obligations and to make payments out of Treasury for the conduct of research and development
Appropriation
a deliberate act of acquisition
Appropriation
An authorization granted by a legislative body to make expenditures and to incur obligations for special purposes   An appropriation is usually limited in purpose, amount, and as to the time when it may be expended
Appropriation
An authorization granted by a legislative body to make expenditures and to incur obligations for specific purposes Note: An appropriation usually is time limited and must be expended before that deadline
Appropriation
An authorization granted by the Board of Supervisors to make expenditures and to incur obligations for specific purposes Note: An appropriation usually is time limited and must be expended before the end of the fiscal year
Appropriation
- An act of Congress that permits federal agencies to incur obligations and make payments for specific purposes
Appropriation
Provision of law that provides authority for Federal agencies to obligate funds and to make payments out of the Treasury for specified purposes Appropriations for the Federal government are provided both in annual appropriations acts and inpermanent provisions of law
Appropriation
Allotment of specific dollar amounts for specific programs or purposes
Appropriation
An authorization granted by a legislative body (town meeting or council) to make expenditures and to incur obligations for specific purposes An appropriation is usually limited in amount and the period in which it may be expended
Appropriation
An authorization granted by the constitution or the legislature to make expenditures or to incur obligations for a specific purpose An appropriation is usually limited in amount and as to the time when it may be spent, normally calendar or fiscal year
Appropriation
An authorization by an act of the Congress that permits Federal agencies to incur obligations and to make payments out of the U S Treasury for specified purposes An appropriation usually follows enactment of authorizing legislation An appropriation act is the most common means of providing budget authority (see Budget Authority) Appropriations do not represent cash actually set aside in the Treasury for purposes specified in the appropriation act; they represent limitations of amounts which agencies may obligate during the time period specified in the respective appropriation acts
Appropriation
A state appropriation is legislative authorization to incur expenditures for specific purposes and limited as to time and amount from designated resources All other appropriations are categorizations for internal funds management Appropriation is indicated by a two-digit numeric code appended to fund
Appropriation
An authorization by the legislature for the expenditure of money for a public purpose In most instances, money cannot be withdrawn from the state treasury except through a specific appropriation
Appropriation
A legislative authorization to make expenditures and to incur obligations for specific purposes
Appropriation
is the legal authorization to make expenditures for specific purposes within the amounts authorized in the appropriations act
Appropriation
An authorization from a specific fund to a specific agency to make expenditures/incur obligations for a specified purpose and period of time In California State Government, the Budget Act contains many appropriations, or items These appropriation items are limited to one year, unless otherwise specified Appropriations are made by the State Legislature in the annual Budget Act and in other legislation Legislation can provide for continuing appropriations (which require no subsequent legislative action) and are also provided by the California Constitution
Appropriation
A legislative authorization to make expenditures and incur obligations
Appropriation
A legal authorization granted by a legislative body to make expenditures and to incur obligations for specific purposes An appropriation is usually limited in amount and as to the time when it may be expended In the State of Oregon, appropriation is the term used for the expenditure budget for the General Fund In all other funds, the term limitation is used
Appropriation
A federal budgetary term that refers to an act of Congress that permits federal agencies to incur obligations and make payments out of the Treasury for specified purposes An appropriation act is the most common means of providing budget authority, but in some cases the authorization legislation itself provides the budget authority
Appropriation
An authorization by an act of Congress and signed by the President that provides authority to permit Federal agencies to incur obligations and to make payments out of the Treasury for specified purposes An appropriation act generally follows enactment of authorizing legislation unless the authorizing legislation itself provides the budget authority Currently there are 13 regular appropriation acts enacted annually From time to time, Congress also enacts supplemental appropriation acts
Appropriation
  A legislative enactment authorizing the expenditure of public funds for a specific governmental purpose
Appropriation
the setting aside of funds for a designated purpose (e g , there is an appropriation of $7 billion to build 5 new submarines)
Appropriation
money set aside (as by a legislature) for a specific purpose
Appropriation
Appropriation is the way a taxing body authorizes the expenditure of funds and provides for the sources of the funding Appropriation generally involves the adoption of an ordinance or the passage of a law that states the specific terms of the proposed taxation
Appropriation
An act of Congress permitting Federal agencies to incur obligations for specified purposes, e g , Foreign Assistance and Related Programs Appropriation Act, 1998
appropriation
The application of payment of money by a debtor to his creditor, to one of several debts which are due from the former to the latter
appropriation
a deliberate act of acquisition money set aside (as by a legislature) for a specific purpose
appropriation
the act of appropriating, or something appropriated
appropriation
The severing or sequestering of a benefice to the perpetual use of a spiritual corporation
appropriation
An appropriation is an amount of money that a government or organization reserves for a particular purpose. The government raised defence appropriations by 12 per cent. = allocation
appropriation
{i} allotment, allocation; seizure, confiscation
appropriation
The act of setting apart or assigning to a particular use or person, or of taking to one's self, in exclusion of all others; application to a special use or purpose, as of a piece of ground for a park, or of money to carry out some object
appropriation
Anything, especially money, thus set apart
appropriation
public funds set aside for a specific purpose
appropriation
the use of borrowed elements in the creation of a new work
appropriation
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appropriations

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    /əˌprōprēˈāsʜənz/ /əˌproʊpriːˈeɪʃənz/

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