avoidance of

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kaçınma
sakınma
kurtulma
çekinme
önleme
avoidance
kaçınma

Vergi minimizasyonu ve vergiden kaçınma arasında ince bir çizgi var. - There's a fine line between tax minimization and tax avoidance.

avoidance
sakınma
avoidance
(Kanun) ilga
avoidance
önleme
avoidance
çekinme
avoidance
{i} -den kurtulma; -i önleme
avoidance
{i} of
avoidance
{i} -den kaçınma; -den çekinme
avoidance
{i} uzak durma
avoidance
{i} iptal
avoidance
{i} kurtulma
avoidance
{i} -den sakınma
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Определение avoidance of в Английский Язык Английский Язык словарь

avoidance
The act of avoiding or shunning; keeping clear of
avoidance
The act of becoming vacant, or the state of being vacant; – specifically used for the state of a benefice becoming void by the death, deprivation, or resignation of the incumbent
avoidance
A dismissing or a quitting; removal; withdrawal
avoidance
{n} the act of avoiding, or becoming vacant
avoidance
Stress avoidance is stress resistance by avoiding thermodynamic equilibrium with the stress Avoidance is excluding the stress by physical barriers which insulate the cells or steady state exclusion of the stress by chemical or metabolic barrier (Levitt 1972) See Tolerance
avoidance
Avoiding a problem by walking away, ignoring what is happening, refusing to participate in a conflict situation
avoidance
The opportunity to avoid or escape from an unpleasant circumstance after exhibiting behaviour (4) Occurs when the interacting parties' goals are incompatible and the interaction between groups is relatively unimportant to the attainment of the goals (10)
avoidance
a smoke emission control strategy that considers meteorological conditions when scheduling prescribed fires in order to avoid incursions into smoke sensitive areas (Mathews et al 1985)
avoidance
Principle of plant disease control marked by deliberate actions to take advantage of environmental factors and time unfavorable for disease development (20)
avoidance
The right of an underwriter, in the event of a breach of good faith or delay in commencement of an insured voyage to step aside from the insurance contract and to treat it as though they had never accepted the risk
avoidance
ducking or moving sideways to avoid being hit
avoidance
Avoidance of someone or something is the act of avoiding them. the avoidance of stress. avoidance of
avoidance
Isolation and social avoidance of those who have fallen from the Amish Church by breaking its sanctions
avoidance
A conscious attempt not to engage with people in the dominant group (See 214)
avoidance
The act of becoming vacant, or the state of being vacant; specifically used for the state of a benefice becoming void by the death, deprivation, or resignation of the incumbent
avoidance
{i} act of avoiding, evasion; act of making void (Law)
avoidance
The act of annulling; annulment
avoidance
The courts by which anything is carried off
avoidance
The right of an underwriter, in the event of a breach of good faith or delay in commencement of an insured voyage, to step aside from the insurance contract and to treat it as though he never accepted the risk
avoidance
The simplest form of dispute resolution in which the aggrieved party ends the dispute by forgoing its rights and taking no steps towards any relief
avoidance
Ducking or moving laterally to prevent a hit
avoidance
a play, usually by declarer, that makes it impossible, difficult or expensive for a particular opponent to gain the lead
avoidance
The avoidance of Greenhouse Gas emissions resulting from the substitution of a high emitting source with a lower or non-emitting source or through improvements in energy efficiency
avoidance
The Bankruptcy Code permits the debtor to eliminate (avoid) some kinds of liens that interfere with (or impair) an exemption claimed in the bankruptcy Most judgment liens that have attached to the debtor's home can be avoided if the total of the liens (mortgages, judgment liens and statutory liens) is greater than the value of the property in which the exemption is claimed This is sometimes called "lien stripping " For more, see Lien Avoidance and Lien Stripping
avoidance
Risk response strategy that eliminates the threat of a specific risk event, usually by eliminating its potential cause The project management team can never eliminate all risk, but certain risk events often can be eliminated See also acceptance and mitigation
avoidance
Avoidance technologies avoid the production of environmentally hazardous substances or alter human activities in ways that minimize damage to the environment
avoidance
The act of becoming vacant, or the state of being vacant; - specifically used for the state of a benefice becoming void by the death, deprivation, or resignation of the incumbent
avoidance
deliberately avoiding; keeping away from or preventing from happening
avoidance of

    Расстановка переносов

    a·void·ance of

    Турецкое произношение

    ıvoydıns ıv

    Произношение

    /əˈvoidəns əv/ /əˈvɔɪdəns əv/

    Слово дня

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