assume

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} farzetmek
{f} addetmek
varsaymak

Sanırım Tom'un yarın burada olmayacağını varsaymak güvenlidir. - I think it's safe to assume Tom won't be here tomorrow.

üstlenmek
{f} saymak

Tatoeba külliyatındaki tüm cümleleri, dil eğitimi için doğru ve uygun saymak tehlikelidir. - It's dangerous to assume that all of the sentences in the Tatoeba Corpus are correct and suitable for language study.

{f} sanmak
(Askeri) Üstüne almak, yüklenmek
{f} üstüne almak
yerine getirmek
almak

İstediğimiz her şeyi satın almak için yeterli paramız olmadığını varsaymalısın. - You should assume that we won't have enough money to buy everything we want.

gerçek saymak
varsay

Birçok gökbilimci evrenin sonsuza dek büyümeye devam edeceğini varsayıyor. - Many astronomers assume that the universe continues to expand forever.

Riski almaya istekli olduğunuzu varsayıyorum. - I assume you are willing to take the risk.

takınmak
ele geçirmek
hayali
müstear gasbedilmiş assuming kibirli
deruhte etmek farzetmek
farzetmek, varsaymak: You're assuming too much where Eralp's concerned. Eralp'in öyle yapacağını farzetmekle pekâlâ yanılmış
var gibi göstermek
{f} 1. farzetmek, varsaymak: You're assuming too much where Eralp's concerned. Eralp'in öyle yapacağını farzetmekle pekâlâ yanılmış
farzet,varsay
sormak

Sanırım bana Tom hakkında soru sormak için buradasın. - I assume you're here to ask me about Tom.

üzerine almak
{f} hükmetmek
takma

Tom takma bir isim altında seyahat etti. - Tom traveled under an assumed name.

yetkisi olmadan bir vazifeyi üstüne almak
{f} taslamak
var olduğunu kabul etmek
yakıştırmak
zannetmek
kabul etmek
etmek

Sanırım Tom yardım etmek için burada. - I assume Tom is here to help.

üstlenmek (resmi bir görevi)
farz et
assume responsibility for
sorumluluğunu üstüne al
assume that
farzet ki
assume that
Farzdelim ki ... Farzet ki
assume the title or
unvanını almak, unvanını kazanmak
assume to
için kabul
assume, presume, think, surmise
Tahmin düşünüyorum tahmin varsayıyorum
assume, surmise, suppose to be true
Tahmin, saymak doğru olması gerekiyor
assume a humble attitude
alttan almak
assume an arrogant air
böbürlenmek
assume the appearance
(Askeri) Görünüşünü almak, kisvesine bürünmek
assumed
(Ticaret) deruhte edilen
assumed
sözde
assumed
sözümona
assumed
farzolunan
assumed
varsayılan
assumed
zannedilen
assumed
(Ticaret) farz edilen
assuming
göz önünde tutulursa
assuming
göz önüne alınacak olursa
assuming
eğer
assumed
farz olunan
assumed
farzedilen
assumed
var sayılan
assumed
{f} var say
assuming
mağrur
accept/assume responsibility for
-in sorumluluğunu üzerine almak
assumedly
güya
assumes
varsayar

Maria üniversite öğrencilerinin diğer insanlardan daha hızlı biçimde dil öğrendiğini varsayar. - Maria assumes that university students learn languages more quickly than other people.

assumes
üstlenmiş
assuming
sanmak
give assume airs
kabul fiyaka vermek
to assume
farza
to assume sth.
sth devralacak
accept/assume
-in sorumluluğunu üzerine almak
assumed
takma

Tom takma bir isim altında seyahat etti. - Tom traveled under an assumed name.

assumed
hayali
assumed
{s} takma (ad)
assumes
sanılar
assuming
{s} kibirli
assuming
{s} küstah
assuming
[adj] büyük işlere burnunu sokan
assuming
fodul
assuming
{s} kendini beğenmiş
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To adopt an idea or cause
To authenticate by means of belief; to surmise; to suppose to be true, especially without proof
To take on a position or duty
If you assume that something is true, you imagine that it is true, sometimes wrongly. It is a misconception to assume that the two continents are similar If mistakes occurred, they were assumed to be the fault of the commander on the spot `Today?' --- `I'd assume so, yeah.' = presume
{v} to take what is not just or natural or without proof, to undertake or promise
Take for granted
If someone assumes power or responsibility, they take power or responsibility. Mr Cross will assume the role of Chief Executive with a team of four directors
take on as one's own the expenses or debts of another person; "I'll accept the charges"; "She agreed to bear the responsibility"
An agreement to continue performing duties under a contract or lease Back > To top
To accept all or part of a company's insurance or reinsurance on a risk
To undertake, as by a promise
seize and take control without authority and possibly with force; take as one's right or possession; "He assumed to himself the right to fill all positions in the town"; "he usurped my rights"; "She seized control of the throne after her husband died"
take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities; "When will the new President assume office?"
To accept from another insurer all or part of the risk of an insured loss (R)
To be arrogant or pretentious; to claim more than is due
undertake; take for granted
Take to be true
You can use let us assume or let's assume when you are considering a possible situation or event, so that you can think about the consequences. Let us assume those clubs actually win something. Then players will receive large bonuses Let's assume for a moment that I am a litigant in your court. see also assuming
An agreement to continue performing duties under a contract or lease
make a pretence of; "She assumed indifference, even though she was seething with anger"; "he feigned sleep"
To receive or adopt
occupy or take on; "He assumes the lotus position"; "She took her seat on the stage"; "We took our seats in the orchestra"; "She took up her position behind the tree"; "strike a pose"
To accept all or part of a ceding company's insurance or reinsurance on a risk or exposure
To take to or upon one's self; to take formally and demonstratively; sometimes, to appropriate or take unjustly
Christianity, obsolete; take up someone's soul into heaven; "This is the day when May was assumed into heaven"
take on a certain form, attribute, or aspect; "His voice took on a sad tone"; "The story took a new turn"; "he adopted an air of superiority"; "She assumed strange manners"; "The gods assume human or animal form in these fables"
put clothing on one's body; "What should I wear today?"; "He put on his best suit for the wedding"; "The princess donned a long blue dress"; "The queen assumed the stately robes"; "He got into his jeans"
If something assumes a particular quality, it begins to have that quality. In his dreams, the mountains assumed enormous importance. = take on
To take for granted, or without proof; to suppose as a fact; to suppose or take arbitrarily or tentatively
{f} surmise, suppose to be true (especially without proof); take on a position or duty; adopt an idea or cause
to levy a tax on church property
take to be the case or to be true; accept without verification or proof; "I assume his train was late"
To pretend to possess; to take in appearance
take on titles, offices, duties, responsibilities; "When will the new President assume office?
assume the mantle
To take on a specific role or position, along with any associated responsibilites
assume the position
To turn away, with your hands in a visible and unmovable position so that you can be searched

A day or two later we took down another seller and this time the rookie performs the search. Assume the position! he tells the guy. So the guy leans against the side of the car.

assume a right for oneself
give oneself the right to, authorize oneself
assume airs
show off
assume an air of importance
act as if one was important
assume command
take charge, assume control
assume office
take on a position, assume a post, assume function
assume responsibility
take on liability, become obliged
assume the purple
assume the throne, be crowned
assumable
Of or pertaining to assumption

That would be the assumable outcome.

assumed
Used in a manner intended to deceive; fictitious
assumed
Simple past tense and past participle of assume
assumedly
In an assumed manner; presumably
assumably
presumably, in all probability, credibly, likely
assumed
{a} taken, taken for granted
assuming
{a} taking, haughty, impertinent
to assume
{v} postulate
To assume
imagine
assumability
When the buyer is allowed to take over (or assume) the seller's mortgage, which is already in place on the property
assumability
A feature of a loan which allows it to be transferred to the new purchaser of a home Assumable mortgages can help attract buyers since assumption of a loan requires lower fees and/or qualifying standards than a new loan
assumability
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assumability
Allows the buyer to take over the seller's mortgage on the property
assumability
This permits you to transfer your mortgage to anyone who wants to buy your house, as long as that person meets the credit standards of the lender
assumability
A loan feature that allows the loan to be transferred from the seller to the purchaser of a home with the same terms and conditions, subject to lender approval
assumability
The seller of a home may be able to transfer the mortgage to the buyer Not all Lenders allow assumptions Some mortgages contain a due-on-sale clause, which means that the mortgage may not be transferable to a new buyer If the mortgage is assumable, the Lender generally requires a credit review of the new borrower and may charge a fee for the assumption
assumability
A feature of loans which permits you to transfer your mortgage and its specified terms to the purchaser of your home
assumability
Allows the buyer to take over the seller’s mortgage on the property
assumability
When a home is sold, the seller may be able to transfer the mortgage to the new buyer   This means the mortgage is assumable   Lenders generally require credit review of the new borrower and may charge a fee for the assumption   Some mortgages contain a due-on-sale clause, which means that the mortgage may not be transferable to the new buyer   Instead, the lender may make you pay the entire balance that is due when you sell the home   Assumability can help you attract buyers if you sell your home  
assumability
When a home is sold, the seller may be able to transfer the mortgage to the new buyer This means the mortgage is assumable Lenders generally require credit review of the new borrower and may charge a fee for the assumption Some mortgages contain a due-on-sale clause, which means that the mortgage may not be transferable to the new buyer Instead, the lender may make you pay the entire balance that is due when you sell the home Assumability can help you attract buyers if you sell your home
assumability
The ability of a seller to transfer the mortgage to the new buyer This means the mortgage is assumable Lenders generally require credit review of the new borrower and may charge a fee for the assumption When you are selling your home assumability can help you attract buyers
assumability
An assumable mortgage can be transferred from the seller to the new buyer Generally requires a credit review of the new borrower and lenders may charge a fee for the assumption If a mortgage contains a due-on-sale clause, it may not be assumed by a new buyer TOP
assumability
A feature of a loan which permits you to transfer your mortgage and its specified terms to the person(s) purchasing your home Having an assumable loan could make it easier to sell your home, since assumption of a loan usually involves lower fees and/or qualifying standards for the new borrower than a new loan
assumability
A provision in the mortgage that allows the seller to transfer the mortgage to a new buyer Most lenders require a credit review of the new borrower and may charge a fee for the assumption
assumability
This feature lets the person who buys your house pick up your mortgage at the same rate and term If rates have gone up since you took out the mortgage, it's a nice selling point
assumability
A loan which may be assumed by a new buyer Lenders generally require credit review of the new borrower and may charge a fee for the assumption Assumability may help you attract buyers when you sell your home
assumable
The buyer assumes the seller's mortgage payments with no change in the interest rate Most assumable loans are ARMs Some require the seller to meet various qualifications
assumable
A mortgage loan which can be transferred to another person without a change in the terms of the loan VA and FHA loans are assumable, FHLMC and FNMA are not
assumable
A mortgage loan which can be transferred to another person without a change in the terms of the loan
assumable
– The ability of another individual to take over the obligation of your loan, upon sale of your home An assumable loan may help you attract buyers if you sell your home
assumable
{s} surmisable, can be assumed
assumable
This type of mortgage can usually be "assumed" by a third party
assumable
The feature of a loan that allows it to be transferred to the new purchaser of a home Assumable mortgages can help attract buyers to a home since the assumption of a loan can reduce the fees necessary for the buyer to obtain financing
assumable
That may be assumed
assumably
In an assumable manner
assumably
By way of assumption
assumed
accepted as real or true without proof; "an assumed increase in population"; "the assumed reason for his absence"; "assumptive beliefs"; "his loyalty was taken for granted"
assumed
past of assume
assumed
taken as your right without justification; "was hearing evidence in an assumed capacity"; "Congress's arrogated powers over domains hitherto belonging to the states
assumed
Pretended; hypocritical; make-believe; as, an assumed character
assumed
adopted in order to deceive; "an assumed name"; "an assumed cheerfulness"; "a fictitious address"; "fictive sympathy"; "a pretended interest"; "a put-on childish voice"; "sham modesty"
assumed
Supposed
assumed
Buying a property and taking over or assuming the responsibility for the existing mortgage
assumed
Supposed or presumed
assumed
{s} supposed; taken on (of a duty or position); adopted, taken as one's own (of an idea, name)
assumedly
hypothetically, theoretically, supposedly
assumedly
By assumption
assumes
third-person singular of assume
assuming
You use assuming or assuming that when you are considering a possible situation or event, so that you can think about the consequences. `Assuming you're right,' he said, `there's not much I can do about it, is there?'. as'suming that used when talking about an event or situation that might happen, and what you will do if it happens
assuming
present participle of assume
assuming
Pretentious; taking much upon one's self; presumptuous
assuming
{s} presumptuous, arrogant, haughty, conceited
assuming
{i} supposing, taking for granted; appropriating, adopting
assuming
excessively forward; "an assumptive person"; "on a subject like this it would be too assuming for me to decide"; "the duchess would not put up with presumptuous servants"
it would be reasonable to assume that
logic dictates that, it is logical to assume that
let's assume for a moment
presume something is different than it is (for the sake of argument)
re-assume
take on again, as after a time lapse; "He re-assumed his old behavior
assume
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