choice

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
tercih

Bir tercihi olsa Tom'un nerede olacağını biliyorum. - I know where Tom would be if he had any choice.

İngilizce uluslararası bir izleyici kitlesiyle konuşurken, oldukça sık tercih edilen bir dildir. - English is quite often the language of choice when speaking to an international audience.

seçenek

Onlar tüm plandan vazgeçmekten başka seçenekleri olmadığını kabul ettiler. - They agree that they have no choice but to give up the whole plan.

Seçeneklerinin olmadığını anladılar. - They saw they had no choice.

{i} seçim

Hiç kimse seçime karşı çıkmadı. - No one opposed the choice.

Yoksulluktan dolayı okulu bırakmaktan başka seçimi yoktu. - He had no choice but to give up school because of poverty.

seçilmiş kişi/şey
mutena
çok kaliteli
çare

Meseleyi ona bırakmaktan başka çaremiz yoktu. - We had no choice but to leave the matter to him.

Maalesef, keskin bir tampon bölgeden başka çaremiz yok. - Unfortunately, we have no choices but a certain buffer zone

iyi kalite
(Osmanlıca) intihap
seçilen
çok iyi
iğneli
iyi seçilmiş
seçiş
ekstra
seçilen/seçilmiş kişi/şey
kaliteli
seçme

Her şahsın çalışmaya, işini serbestçe seçmeye, adil ve elverişli çalışma şartlarına ve işsizlikten korunmaya hakkı vardır. - Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment.

Bana bu konuda seçme hakkı bırakmıyorsun. - You leave me no choice in the matter.

seçkin
{s} elit
{s} güzide
{i} seçilen kimse/şey: He was our choice. Bizim seçtiğimiz oydu
{i} seçenek, şık, alternatif; çare: You've no other choice
{s} kalburüstü
choicely seçkin bir şekilde
mükemmel

O mükemmel bir seçim. - That's an excellent choice.

{i} seçilen şey
{i} seçme hakkı

Sana bir seçme hakkı veriyoruz. - We're giving you a choice.

Bana bu konuda seçme hakkı bırakmıyorsun. - You leave me no choice in the matter.

choiceness seçkin oluş
seçme/seçim/seçenek
{s} üstün
{i} şık
sert/iyi seçilmiş/seçkin
{i} seçkin sınıf
{i} seçkinler
alternatif

Sanırım alternatifimiz yok. - I suppose we have no choice.

Tom'a hiçbir alternatif sunmadım. - I gave Tom no choice.

(Dilbilim) dikey eksen
kırıcı (söz)
tercihin
choice morsel
lezzetli lokma
choice of neurosis
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) nevroz seçimi
choice of paint system
boya sistemi seçimi
choice of profession
meslek seçimi
choice of profession
meslek tercihi
choice of transportation
ulaştırma seçimi
choice options
(Bilgisayar) seçim seçenekleri
choice point
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) seçim noktası
choice theory
seçme kuramı
choice gold, high-quality gold
seçim altın, yüksek kaliteli altın
choice morsel
seçim lokma
choice of law
yasa seçimi
choice of words
kelime seçimi
choice phrase
seçim ifade
choice, dainty, delicious
seçim, zarif, lezzetli
choice, option
seçim seçeneği
choice, select
Seçeneğini tercih
choice, selection
seçim, seçim
choice; preference
seçim; tercihi
choice between
(Fiili Deyim ) iki şeyin arasında seçim yapmak
choice fruit
kaliteli meyve
choice quality
üstün kâliteli
choice quality
seçkin nitelikli
choice wool
(Tekstil) seçme yün
choice words
sert ve saldırgan dil
choice words
dikkatle seçilmiş sözcükler
by choice
seçmece
fixed choice
(Dilbilim) belirlenmiş
offer a choice
seçenek sunmak
public choice theory
(Ticaret) kamu tercihi teorisi
rational choice
(Politika, Siyaset) rasyonel tercih
rational choice theory
rasyonel seçim teorisi
take one's choice
(deyim) seçimini yapmak
Hobson's choice
tek çare
Hobson's choice
ya bu ya hiç
Hobson's choice
tek seçenek
brand choice
marka seçimi
first choice articles
birinci kalite mal
method of choice
seçme yöntemi
multiple choice
çok seçenekli
multiple-choice
çoktan seçmeli
sailor's choice
gemici seçimi
sailors choice
gemici seçimi
take one's choice
beğendiğini almak
The choice and the loveable lack no suitors
(Atasözü) Damda pekmezin olsun, sinek Bağdat'tan gelir
by a proper choice
Uygun bir seçim olarak
by choice
tercihen
choices
seçimler

Seçimlerinizi sorguluyorum. - I question your choices.

Karının seçimlerine hiç gülme, çünkü sonuçta sen de onlardan birisin. - Don't ever laugh at your wife's choices, because after all you're one of them.

first choice
ilk tercih

Tom benim ilk tercihimdi. - Tom was my first choice.

O üniversite benim ilk tercihimdi. - That university was my first choice.

given the choice
Seçme şansı verilse,
make a right choice
Doğru seçimi yapmak
mode choice
Ulaşım, trafik mühendisliği,planlama.da " türel seçim"(yolculuklarda hangi tür araç kullanıldığı)
multiple-choice
birden fazla seçeneği olan,çok seçenekli (çoktan seçmeli)
out of choice
başka seçeneği olmamak
pro choice
Kürtaj yanlısı
public choice
halkın seçimi
rational choice theory
(Psikoloji, Ruhbilim) Akılcı seçenek teorisi: Davranışta bulunurken ödül ve cezaların göz önünde bulundurulduğunu var sayan teori
the choice
seçim
the choice of
seçim
Hobson's choice
tek olasılık
add choice
(Bilgisayar) seçenek ekle
anaclitic object choice
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) anaklitik nesne seçimi
at choice
istediği kadar
at choice
seçime göre
at choice
seçmece
available choice
kullanılabilir seçenek
axiom of choice
(Matematik) seçme beliti
binary choice item
(Dilbilim) ikiden seçimli madde
choicely
seçim yoluyla
choicely
sert/seçkin bir şekilde
choicest
kalburüstü
college choice
yüksek okul seçimi
enter choice #1
(Bilgisayar) 1 seçiminizi girin
fabric choice
(Tekstil) kumaş seçimi
for choice
tercihen
forced choice
zorunlu seçim
forced choice
zorunlu seçme
forced choice
zorunlu tercih
free choice of employment
serbest iş seçimi
freedom of choice
(Ticaret) seçim serbestisi
freedom of vocational choice
meslek seçme hürriyeti
from choice
tercihleri arasından
fuel choice
yakıt seçimi
hobson's choice
(Konuşma Dili) seçme şansı olmama
hobson's choice
(Konuşma Dili) tek alternatifli seçim
hobson's choice
(Konuşma Dili) tek alternatif
i don't have a choice
el mecbur
individual choice
kişisel tercih
informed choice
bilinçli seçim
ladies' choice
kavalye seçme (balo)
modify choice
(Bilgisayar) seçimi değiştir
modify choice
(Bilgisayar) seçeneği değiştir
multiple choice exam
çoktan seçmeli sınav
multiple choice item
(Dilbilim) çoktan seçmeli madde
multiple choice selection list
çok seçenekli liste
multiple choice test
(Dilbilim) çoktan seçmeli sınav
narcissistic object choice
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) narsistik nesne seçimi
one's own choice
kendi tercihi
one's own choice
onun tercihi
operating system choice
(Bilgisayar) işletim sistemi seçeneği
rational choice theory
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) rasyonel seçim kuramı elster
rational choice theory
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) roemer…
right of choice
seçme hakkı
social choice theory
(Politika, Siyaset) toplumsal tercih kuramı
strategic choice
(Politika, Siyaset) stratejik tercih
symptom choice
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) semptom seçimi
take one's choice
istediğini seçmek
theory of consumer choice
(Ticaret) tüketici seçim teorisi
unavailable choice
kullanılamayan seçenek
user's choice
(Bilgisayar) kullanıcının seçimi
work mode choice system
iş modu seçme sistemi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Cool; excellent

Choice! I'm going to the movies.

Especially good or preferred

It's a choice location, but you will pay more to live there.

The best or most preferable part
One selection or preference; that which is chosen or decided; the outcome of a decision

The ice cream sundae is a popular choice for dessert.

An option; a decision; an opportunity to choose or select something

Do I have a choice of what color to paint it?.

Anything that can be chosen
If there is a choice of things, there are several of them and you can choose the one you want. It's available in a choice of colours At lunchtime, there's a choice between the buffet or the set menu Club Sportif offer a wide choice of holidays. = selection
A decision to purchase that is based on an evaluation of alter­natives
Choice means of very high quality. Fortnum and Mason's choicest chocolates. = select
If you have no choice but to do something or have little choice but to do it, you cannot avoid doing it. They had little choice but to agree to what he suggested
Your choice is someone or something that you choose from a range of things. Although he was only grumbling, his choice of words made Rodney angry
The act of selecting among alternatives, a concept crucial to economics [FACS] (see also economics)
{s} select, fine, excellent
Like the FDHA stamp, refers to something of quality "I got some choice buds for the party"
{i} option, selection, variety
The thing or person of your choice is the one that you choose. tickets to see the football team of your choice In many societies children still marry someone of their parents' choice
appealing to refined taste; "choice wine"
n The act of selecting from a number of possible alternatives or options
one of a number of things from which only one can be chosen; "what option did I have?"; "there no other alternative"; "my only choice is to refuse"
The item of choice is the one that most people prefer. The drug is set to become the treatment of choice for asthma worldwide
preference
{a} select, of great value, frugal, careful
{n} a thing chosen, the power of choosing
An adjectival description applied to coin's grade, e g , choice Uncirculated, choice Very Fine, etc Used to describe an especially attractive example of a particular grade
A sufficient number to choose among
Worthly of being chosen or preferred; select; superior; precious; valuable
Preserving or using with care, as valuable; frugal; used with of; as, to be choice of time, or of money
- what someone must make when faced with two or more alternative uses for a resource, also called an economic choice
the person or thing chosen or selected; "he was my pick for mayor"
The process in which consumers make a choice between two or more alternative courses of action
The power or opportunity of choosing; option
"this collection will be valuable and useful for all levels of readers, including statisticians "
Action based on one's volition, will, desire
(on abortion) a good thing
Selected with care, and due attention to preference; deliberately chosen
The thing or person chosen; that which is approved and selected in preference to others; selection
Above average quality
of superior grade; "choice wines"; "prime beef"; "prize carnations"; "quality paper"; "select peaches"
method of selling in which a number of similar items are offered for sale, with the successful bidder taking first "choice" of all the items offered for sale
a selection among alternative goods, services or actions (chapter 2)
Act of choosing; the voluntary act of selecting or separating from two or more things that which is preferred; the determination of the mind in preferring one thing to another; election
nice Usually used with other grading terms, for example, "Choice Very Fine" or "Choice Uncirculated "
One of the necessary stipulations (Value, Principle, Obligation, and Choice) to determine whether a moral issue is being presented A moral dilemma does not exist if one does not have a choice Coercion, manipulation, or other excusing conditions usually abrogates moral responsibility
Because wants are unlimited and resources are limited, all economies must choose which goods and services should be produced and in what quantities
(Internal) CHOICE [/C[: ]keys] [/N][/S][/T[: ]c,nn] [text] Used to provide a prompt so that a user can make a choice while a batch program is running
The act of selection (See 274)
A choice is used in all question types to illustrate where the participant answers a question The choices define what answers are available to the participant
Care in selecting; judgment or skill in distinguishing what is to be preferred, and in giving a preference; discrimination
Graphics or text that a user can select to modify or manipulate an object Choices appear on menus (also called menu items) and buttons
Allows parents to enroll their children in the school of their choice
The best part; that which is preferable
A subjective term used to describe a particularly nice example of a coin It is not a recognized term for grading a coin
Anything that can be choosen
the act of choosing or selecting; "your choice of colors was unfortunate"; "you can take your pick" the person or thing chosen or selected; "he was my pick for mayor" of superior grade; "choice wines"; "prime beef"; "prize carnations"; "quality paper"; "select peaches" appealing to refined taste; "choice wine
the act of choosing or selecting; "your choice of colors was unfortunate"; "you can take your pick"
appealing to refined taste; "choice wine
choice theory
A body of work, originating with Dr. William Glasser in 1995, an extension of his 'reality therapy' that posits and explains human behavior as living organisms' satisfying genetic needs for survival, connecting & belonging, power, freedom and fun
choice theory
Rational choice theory, also known as choice theory or rational action theory, is a framework for understanding and often formally modeling social and economic behavior. It is the main theoretical paradigm in the currently-dominant school of microeconomics. Rationality ("wanting more rather than less of a good") is widely used as an assumption of the behavior of individuals in microeconomic models and analysis and appears in almost all economics textbook treatments of human decision-making. It is also central to some of modern political science and is used by some scholars in other disciplines such as sociology and philosophy. It is the same as instrumental rationality, which involves seeking the most cost-effective means to achieve a specific goal without reflecting on the worthiness of that goal. Gary Becker was an early proponent of applying rational actor models more widely. He won the 1992 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his studies of discrimination, crime, and human capital
choice morsel
a small tasty bit of food
choice of law
option of choosing between alternative types of law
choice phrase
excellent phrase
Hobson's choice
The choice of taking either the primary option or nothing

In other words, they might go to the devil and starve—Hobson's choice!—for all the other factories were owned by men who offered no better terms.

Jew by choice
A person who has adopted Judaism, as opposed to one who is Jewish by way of birth
Sophie's choice
A choice between two persons or things that will result in the death or destruction of the person or thing not chosen

'We've been given a Sophie's Choice,' said Senate Minority Leader Ron Klein, D-Boca Raton. 'We can improperly care for some children vs. improperly care for other children.' -- Committees OK boost for KidCare; Panels vote for additional $25M, Tallahassee Democrat, March 2, 2004; http://www.tallahassee.com/mld/democrat/news/local/8082112.htm.

anti-choice
Alternative spelling of antichoice
axiom of choice
One of the axioms in axiomatic set theory, equivalent to the statement that an arbitrary direct product of non-empty sets is non-empty
discrete choice analysis
The analysis of a model whose dependent variable is a binary (two-valued) variable
drug of choice
The best-choice medication to treat a particular medical problem
drug of choice
The particular (usually illicit) substance that a suspect is addicted to
fielder's choice
An official scoring play in which a fielder puts out an advancing baserunner, instead of attempting to put out the batter-runner at first base
first choice
The prime cut
first choice
The best choice
multiple-choice
Having more than one, enumerated, possible answers. A type of test question where the correct answer is selected from a group of proffered choices
of choice
preferred above others
pro-choice
Of, pertaining to, or supportive of a woman's right to choose whether or not to undergo an abortion
sailor's-choice
Any of several grunts of the Atlantic (all in the family Haemulidae); pinfish, margate, Orthopristis chrysopterus, or Haemulon parra
spoilt for choice
Having such a selection of good choices, that deciding which one to pick is difficult
tool of choice
An object or method (especially software) chosen to solve a particular problem as being the most appropriate instrument
you pays your money and you takes your choice
Each person should make their own decisions

You can get there by bus, or train, or taxi. Whatever. You pays your money and you takes your choice.

choicely
{a} curiously, valuably, carefully, well
Rational choice theory
Rational choice theory, also known as choice theory or rational action theory, is a framework for understanding and often formally modeling social and economic behavior. It is the main theoretical paradigm in the currently-dominant school of microeconomics. Rationality ("wanting more rather than less of a good") is widely used as an assumption of the behavior of individuals in microeconomic models and analysis and appears in almost all economics textbook treatments of human decision-making. It is also central to some of modern political science and is used by some scholars in other disciplines such as sociology and philosophy. It is the same as instrumental rationality, which involves seeking the most cost-effective means to achieve a specific goal without reflecting on the worthiness of that goal. Gary Becker was an early proponent of applying rational actor models more widely. He won the 1992 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for his studies of discrimination, crime, and human capital
mode choice
Mode choice analysis is the third step in the conventional four-step transportation forecasting model, following trip generation and trip distribution but before route assignment. Trip distribution's zonal interchange analysis yields a set of origin destination tables which tells where the trips will be made, mode choice analysis allows the modeler to determine what mode of transport will be used
multiple choice
Multiple choice questions (MCQ) or items are a form of assessment item for which respondents are asked to select one or more of the choices from a list. This type of question is used in education testing, in elections (choose between multiple candidates, parties, or policies), in market research, and many other areas
rational choice approach
See: Rational choice theory
A choice
pick
Hobson's choice
a situation in which there is only one thing you can do, so you do not really have any choice at all (Probably from Thomas Hobson (1554-1631), who rented out horses and would only let his customers take the horse nearest the door)
Hobson's choice
no choice at all, choice in which there is only one option (named after Thomas Hobson who had a stable full of horses for hire but let his guests choose only the one nearest the door)
anti-choice
against women having the right to have an abortion   pro-choice
by choice
by selection, as a choice
by choice(p)
not by chance
by free choice
voluntarily, by choice free of coercion, intentionally
choicely
In a preferable or excellent manner; excellently; eminently
choicely
by means of selection, through choice
choicely
With care in choosing; with nice regard to preference
choices
TWC's program for TANF recipients with a work requirement
choices
Choices provide opportunities to gain a greater sense of control Children should play an active role in choosing positive, helpful behaviors
choices
What you do or tell yourself in order to create the role
choices
plural of choice
choices
Option under the Choices tab in the New Question Object window that allows users to pick from a list of possible answers
choices
A choice is an option from a range of alternatives an individual or groups of individuals have
choicest
Superlative form of choice; most choice
fielder's choice
a play made on a ground ball in which the fielder chooses to put out an advancing runner instead of the batter
first choice
highest preference
free choice
having the right to choose or act freely
freedom of choice
right to choose or act freely
freedom of occupation choice
right of an individual to choose his profession
had no choice
was left with no other alternative
having no other choice
being stuck with one option only, having no other alternative
hobson's choice
the choice of taking what is offered or nothing at all
hobsons choice
A choice without an alternative; the thing offered or nothing
left him no choice
forced him to do something, left him no other option
left no choice
had no other option
make a choice
choose, select, decide on an option
method of choice
the best method to achieve a desired result
multiple choice
In a multiple choice test or question, you have to choose the answer that you think is right from several possible answers that are listed on the question paper. a multiple choice examination or question shows several possible answers, and you have to choose the correct one
multiple choice
offering a number of different choices, comprised of several options
multiple choice exam
test in which one must choose the best answer among many possible choices
multiple choice test
test in which one must choose the best answer among many possible choices
multiple-choice
offering several alternative answers from which the correct one is to be chosen; or consisting of such questions; "multiple-choice questions"; "a multiple-choice test
pro choice
supporting a woman's legal right to end a pregnancy through abortion
pro-choice
advocating a woman's right to control her own body (especially her right to an induced abortion)
pro-choice
Someone who is pro-choice thinks that women have a right to choose whether or not to give birth to a child they have conceived, and to have an abortion if they do not want the child. the pro-choice movement most of the electorate is pro-choice. pro-life. someone who is pro-choice believes that women have a right to have an abortion pro-life
pro-choice faction
those who argue that the decision to have an induced abortion should be made by the mother
rich choice
very large selection, great variety of items, large number of things
right choice
good decision; correct selection
sailor's-choice
found from Florida to Brazil and Gulf of Mexico
school choice
A public school program that allows students to choose to attend any of various participating private and public schools, usually based on a system of vouchers or scholarships
school choice
school selection; (U.S. Politics) proposal that would enable parents to use public funds to send their children to the school of their choice rather than the local public school
there is no choice
there is no other option, it is obligatory, it must be done
to have a choice
be able to decide between two possibilities
without choice
with no alternative decision
choice
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