claims

listen to the pronunciation of claims
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(Sigorta) hasarlar
(Kanun) matlubat
şikayetler
(Ticaret) hakediş
iddialar

Satıcı onun ürününü satmak için bazı abartılı iddialar ortaya attı. - The salesman made some exaggerated claims in order to sell his product.

Bu iddialar bir bilimsel dayanaktan yoksun. - These claims lack a scientific foundation.

(Kanun,Ticaret) tazminat talebi
talepler
claim
(Hukuk) iddia

Goethe iddia etti, yabancı dilleri konuşamayan birisi kendi dilini de bilmez. - Goethe claimed, one who cannot speak foreign languages does not know one's own language either.

Adam parayı almadığını iddia etti. - The man claimed he didn't take the money.

claim
istek
claim
talep etmek
claim
iddia etmek

Bazıları tam vücut tarayıcılarının dördüncü yasa değişikliğini ihlal ettiğini iddia etmektedir. - Some claim that full-body scanners violate the Fourth Amendment.

claims adjuster
Sigortacılıkta bilirkişi
claims department
hasar servisi
claims for damages
tazminat talepleri
claims for unemployment
işsizlik tazminatı
claims on foreigners
yabancılardan alacaklar
claims outstanding
muallak hasarlar
claims incurred
oluşan hasar
claims made
hasar talebi yapma
claims office
(Askeri) talep başvuru bürosu
claims officer
(Askeri) DAVA TAHKİK SUBAYI: Bir komutanlıkta; hukuki faaliyetler ve tazminat işleriyle, doğrudan doğruya sorumlu olarak görevlendirilmiş; soruşturmayı yürütmekte ve dava açmada kanuni icaplara göre eğitilmiş ve denenmiş subay veya ehliyetli sivil şahıs
claims on foreigners
(Ticaret) yabancılardan olan alacaklar
claims outstanding
(Kanun) muallak matlubat
closed-claims database
sonuçlandırılmış hasta şikayeti veri tabanı
claim
{f} talep et

Kar payını talep etti. - He claimed his share of the profits.

Bagajımı talep ettim. - I claimed my baggage.

claim
dava
claim
istemek
claim
{f} sahip çıkmak
claim
{i} talep

Bagajımı talep ettim. - I claimed my baggage.

Kar payını talep etti. - He claimed his share of the profits.

claim
ısrar etmek
claim
hak iddia etmek
claim
{i} ısrar
claim
(Ticaret) ileri sürmek
claim
{i} alacak
claim
{f} iddia et

Adam parayı almadığını iddia etti. - The man claimed he didn't take the money.

Tom zengin bir aileden geldiğini iddia etti. - Tom claimed that he came from a rich family.

claim
(Ticaret) hasar talebi
claim
(Ticaret) dava etme
claim
istem

Ben bu iddiayı reddetmek istemiyorum. - I do not want to reject this claim.

claim
(Askeri) hak talebi
claim
(Kanun) karar
claim
(Askeri) tazminat talep etmek
claim
(Ticaret) tazminat talebetme
claim
hak ve alacaklar
claim
savlamak
claim
(Ticaret) hak iddiasında bulunma
claim
talebinde bulunmak
claim
(Kanun) mutalebe hakkı
claim
hak talebinde bulunmak
claim
(İnşaat) ek istekler
claim
talepte bulunmak
claim
(Kanun) dermeyan etmek
claim
(Kanun) şikayet

Ürünlerimizin iddia ettiğimiz kadar uzun ömürlü olmadığına dair tüketicilerden çok sayıda şikâyetler gelmektedir. - There have been a lot of complaints from consumers that our products don't last as long as we claim.

claim
(Ticaret) sigorta talebi
compromise claims
(Kanun) ihtilafları sulhen halletmeye
equity claims
(Ticaret) mülkiyet belgelen
freight claims
(Ticaret) navlun alacakları
public claims
kamu alacakları
claim
almak
claim
hak

O, onun hakkında bir şey bilmediğini iddia ediyor fakat ona inanmıyorum. - She claims that she knows nothing about him, but I don't believe her.

Tom onun hakkında bir şey bilmediğini iddia ediyor. - Tom claims that he knows nothing about that.

claim
gerektirmek
insurance claims
sigorta iddia
small claims court
küçük iddiaları mahkeme
Foreign Tort Claims Act
(Askeri) Yabancı İşkence İddiaları Yasası
assignment of claims
(Ticaret) alacağın devredilmesi
assignment of claims
(Ticaret) alacağın temliki
claim
{i} maden arazisi
claim
{i} alacak hakkı
claim
hak talep etmek
claim
(Mukavele) talep, iddia, hak; hak talep etme; tazminat talebi
claim
{i} sigorta poliçesi üstünden ödenecek para
claim
claimant hak talep eden kimse
claim
claimable hak talep edilebilir
claim
{i} dava açma
claim
(Askeri) HAK İDDİA ETMEK, TAZMİNAT TALEP ETMEK
claim
{f} dava açmak
claim
garanti etmek
collection of public claims
(Kanun) amme alacaklarının tahsili
debt claims
(Ticaret) borç hesaplan
foreign claims commission
(Askeri) YABANCI İDDİALARI TETKİK VE NETİCELENDİRME KOMİSYONU: Yabancı memleketlerde meydana gelen hadise ve kazalara ait iddiaları inceleme ve sonuçlandırma yetkisini haiz olan ve bir veya birkaç subaydan teşekkül eden kurul
groundless claims
(Kanun) mesnetsiz iddialar
make claims upon
hakkını aramak
outstanding claims portfolio
(Sigorta) muallak hasar portföyü
outstanding claims reserve
(Sigorta) muallak hasar rezervi
paying claims
(Askeri) ÖDEME İSTEKLERİ
territorial claims
(Askeri) toprak iddiaları
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
adjuster (or claims representative) The person responsible for investigating and settling claims covered by insurance
the meat and potatoes of the patent application A claim is a single sentence that describes one aspect of an invention; in a patent there can be hundreds of claims or only one Since patent protection only covers what is exactly and explicitly laid out in the claims, they are, as you can imagine, incredibly important Patent attorneys can spend months crafting these delicate sentences
(Filing a Claim) - Tell the insurance company something bad happened Many claims are processed by your doctor's or hospital's billing personnel However, there are circumstances where you may need to make direct payments to the medical provider and be reimbursed by your policy - so be sure to keep records of all your medical bills
What a patented invention can do
third-person singular of claim
Bills for services Claims are sent by physicians, hospitals, labs and other providers Back to Top
on foodstuffs for particular nutritional use: "suitable for a low-sodium diet" "suitable for the preparation of infant food" naturally low in cholesterol"
Bills for services Doctors, hospitals, labs and other providers send billed claims to health insurance plans, and what the plans pay are called paid claims
Concise written statements that define the invention covered by the patent application What falls within that definition is protected by the patent-anything outside it, is not protected
The basis for filing an application that allows for the determination of the person entitled to the registration of the mark
'Claims' refer to the social, physiological and cultural demands of a human being, formed by the individual himself and which could be said are the motive for his acting 'Needs' refer to the corresponding demands formed by society
That part of a patent which defines the metes and bounds of the invention These are found at the end of the patent specification in the form of numbered paragraphs
A precise statement in English of the invention that the applicant wishes to protect A main claim will define the invention in its broadest form, by including its essential technical features Further "dependant" claims can then relate to additional features of the invention
Claims against the Government are initially filed with the SCO, but are, by statute, settled in the General Accounting Office (GAO) There are, however, certain circumstances where some types of claims may be settled locally To identify with claims and procedures to be followed, review DRMS-I 4160 14, Volume 5, Chapter 8, Paragraph E 1-3
Financial instrument comprising
The definition at application of the monopoly that the applicant is trying to obtain for the invention, or the actual monopoly that is given at grant
plural of claim
A signed proof-of-claim is required in order to receive re-imbursement or establish a direct settlement with a medical provider Insurance carriers provide instructions for fulfilling this process in accordance with its own standard forms and procedures These are very important, especially regarding supporting documentation and time limits, etc Also, in order to combat fraud, most international carriers require invoices and bills that are originals - as opposed to photocopies - from the respective medical providers
claims adjuster
A person who investigates insurance claims in order to determine the liability of the insurance company
claims to fame
plural form of claim to fame
claims adjuster
One who investigates insurance claims or claims for damages and recommends an effective settlement(synonym) adjuster, adjustor, claims adjustor, claim agent
claims adjuster
A claims adjuster is someone who is employed by an insurance company to decide how much money a person making a claim should receive. = insurance adjuster
Claims.
Cl
baggage claims
plural form of baggage claim
claim
To demand compensation or damages through the courts
claim
A new statement of truth made about something, usually when the statement has yet to be verified
healthcare claims
Insurance claims pertaining to healthcare. Usually in reference to third party claims

The hospital transmitted over six hundred healthcare claims to BCBS yesterday, alone.

third-party claims
plural form of third-party claim
claim
If you say that someone claims that something is true, you mean they say that it is true but you are not sure whether or not they are telling the truth. He claimed that it was all a conspiracy against him A man claiming to be a journalist threatened to reveal details about her private life `I had never received one single complaint against me,' claimed the humiliated doctor He claims a 70 to 80 per cent success rate. = maintain
claim
{i} lawsuit; plea
claim
A claim is something which someone says which they cannot prove and which may be false. He repeated his claim that the people of Trinidad and Tobago backed his action He rejected claims that he had affairs with six women
claim
{v} to demand of right
claim
{n} a demand, a title
claim
(1) A formal request for payment of a loss under an insurance contract or bond (2) The actual amount of the final settlement
no claims
A no claims discount or bonus is a reduction in the money that you have to pay for an insurance policy, which you get when you have not made any claims in the previous year. "Motorists could lose their no-claims discount, even if they are not at fault in an accident."
patent claims
Patent claims are usually in the form of a series of numbered expressions, or more precisely noun phrases, following the description of the invention in a patent or patent application, and define, in technical terms, the extent of the protection conferred by a patent or by a patent application. They are of the utmost importance both during prosecution and litigation
Alabama claims
U.S. maritime grievances against Britain in the American Civil War. Although Britain had declared official neutrality in the war, it allowed the Confederate cruiser Alabama, which later destroyed 68 Union ships, to be constructed in England. U.S. ambassador Charles Francis Adams demanded that the British take responsibility for these damages, and he advocated arbitration to settle the matter. In May 1871 the parties signed the Treaty of Washington, which established certain wartime obligations of neutrals. The tribunal also held Britain liable for losses and awarded the U.S. damages of $15.5 million
claim
A request for payment of a loss which may come under the terms of an insurance contract
claim
Information a medical provider or insured submits to an insurance company to request payment for medical services provided to the insured
claim
If you lay claim to something you do not have, you say that it belongs to you. Five Asian countries lay claim to the islands
claim
to stake a claim: see stake
claim
assert or affirm strongly; state to be true or existing; "He claimed that he killed the burglar"
claim
An itemized statement of healthcare services and their costs provided by a hospital, physician's office, or other provider facility Claims are submitted to the insurer or managed care plan by either the plan member or the provider for payment of the costs incurred
claim
If you claim something, you try to get it because you think you have a right to it. Now they are returning to claim what was theirs
claim
Notification to a life insurance company that payment of an amount is due under the terms of the policy
claim
an informal right to something; "his claim on her attentions"; "his title to fame"
claim
Notice to an insurance company that a loss has occurred which may be covered under the terms and conditions of the policy
claim
If you say that a war, disease, or accident claims someone's life, you mean that they are killed in it or by it. Heart disease is the biggest killer, claiming 180,000 lives a year. see also no claims
claim
an assertion of a right (as to money or property); "his claim asked for damages"
claim
A document submitted to an insurance company by either a health care provider or a patient for payment of medical services under an insurance contract
claim
an established or recognized right; "a strong legal claim to the property"; "he had no documents confirming his title to his father's estate"; "he staked his claim"
claim
If someone claims a record, title, or prize, they gain or win it. Zhuang claimed the record in 54.64 seconds
claim
To proclaim
claim
Any request for payment of benefits under a plan; notification to an insurance company that payment of an amount is due under the terms of a policy
claim
Someone's claim to fame is something quite important or interesting that they have done or that is connected with them. Barbara Follett's greatest claim to fame is that she taught Labour MPs how to look good on television
claim
A notice to the insurance company that a person received care covered by the plan A claim is also a request for payment
claim
The thing claimed or demanded; that (as land) to which any one intends to establish a right; as a settler's claim; a miner's claim
claim
To demand ownership or right to use for land
claim
To assert; to maintain
claim
A request for payment of benefits for health care services provided to a member
claim
To demand ownership of
claim
A new statement of truth made about something
claim
A request for payment of a loss, which may come under the terms of an insurance contract
claim
A right to claim or demand something; a title to any debt, privilege, or other thing in possession of another; also, a title to anything which another should give or concede to, or confer on, the claimant
claim
A loud call
claim
demand for something as rightful or due; "they struck in support of their claim for a shorter work day"
claim
an assertion that something is true or factual; "his claim that he was innocent"; "evidence contradicted the government's claims"
claim
Smith claims special tax exemptions because he is a foreign resident
claim
A demand of ownership for previously unowned land (eg. in the gold rush, oil rush)
claim
Notice to an insurer that under the terms of a policy, a loss may be covered
claim
If something or someone claims your attention, they need you to spend your time and effort on them. There is already a long list of people claiming her attention
claim
To be entitled to anything; to deduce a right or title; to have a claim
claim
a demand especially in the phrase "the call of duty"
claim
demand as being one's due or property; assert one's right or title to; "He claimed his suitcases at the airline counter"; "Mr Smith claims special tax exemptions because he is a foreign resident"
claim
A request for payment under the terms of an insurance policy
claim
A demand to the insurer or Benefit Fund by the insured person or beneficiary for the payment of benefits under a plan or policy
claim
A claim is a demand for something that you think you have a right to. Rival claims to Macedonian territory caused conflict in the Balkans
claim
If you claim money from the government, an insurance company, or another organization, you officially apply to them for it, because you think you are entitled to it according to their rules. Some 25 per cent of the people who are entitled to claim State benefits do not do so John had taken out redundancy insurance but when he tried to claim, he was refused payment They intend to claim for damages against the three doctors. Claim is also a noun. the office which has been dealing with their claim for benefit Last time we made a claim on our insurance they paid up really quickly
claim
An itemized statement of health care services and their costs provided by a hospital, physician's office or other provider facility Claims are submitted to the insurer or managed care plan by either the plan member or the provider for payment of the costs incurred
claim
A request by an individual (or his or her provider) to an individual's insurance company for the insurance company to pay for services obtained from a health care professional
claim
ask for legally or make a legal claim to, as of debts, for example; "They claimed on the maximum allowable amount"
claim
To call or name
claim
take as an undesirable consequence of some event or state of affairs; "the accident claimed three lives"; "The hard work took its toll on her"
claim
A formal demand for reimbursement of expenses covered by an insurance policy Insured individuals may submit claims to health plans for reimbursement
claim
A demand of ownership made for something (eg. claim ownership, claim victory)
claim
demand for something as rightful or due; "they struck in support of their claim for a shorter work day" an informal right to something; "his claim on her attentions"; "his title to fame" an assertion of a right (as to money or property); "his claim asked for damages" an assertion that something is true or factual; "his claim that he was innocent"; "evidence contradicted the government's claims" take as an undesirable consequence of some event or state of affairs; "the accident claimed three lives"; "The hard work took its toll on her" assert or affirm strongly; state to be true or existing; "He claimed that he killed the burglar" lay claim to; as of an idea; "She took credit for the whole idea" ask for legally or make a legal claim to, as of debts, for example; "They claimed on the maximum allowable amount" demand as being one's due or property; assert one's right or title to; "He claimed his suitcases at the airline counter"; "Mr
claim
A legal demand for compensation or damages
claim
A demand of a right or supposed right; a calling on another for something due or supposed to be due; an assertion of a right or fact
claim
lay claim to; as of an idea; "She took credit for the whole idea"
claim
[General] a demand for payment under the terms of a plan or insurance contract; distinguished from CLAlM AMOUNT
claim
If you say that someone claims responsibility or credit for something, you mean they say that they are responsible for it, but you are not sure whether or not they are telling the truth. An underground organisation has claimed responsibility for the bomb explosion
claim
{f} demand; sue; plea; assert
claim
The definition of the monopoly rights that the applicant is trying to obtain for the invention The Claims are the effective part of a patent They are numbered paragraphs that give a precise description of the invention and list all essential features
claim
To ask for, or seek to obtain, by virtue of authority, right, or supposed right; to challenge as a right; to demand as due
claim
Your request for the insurance company to pay you an amount under the terms of your policy
claim
a request for payment of a loss which may be covered under the terms of an insurance contract
claim
demand as being one's due or property; assert one's right or title to; "He claimed his suitcases at the airline counter"; "Mr
claim
If you claim money or other benefits from your employers, you demand them because you think you deserve or need them. The union claimed a pay rise worth four times the rate of inflation. Claim is also a noun. They are making substantial claims for improved working conditions Electricity workers have voted for industrial action in pursuit of a pay claim
claim
A formal request for payment of a loss under an insurance contract
claim
A submitted request to the insurance company by the claimant to receive payment and/or reimbursement for expenses incurred due to disability, illness, etc which are covered under said policy
claim
Notification to an insurance company that payment of an amount is due under the terms of the policy
claim
To state a new fact
claim
A claim is a policyholder's request for reimbursement of a loss that is covered by the their insurance Back to Top
claim
If you have a claim on someone or their attention, you have the right to demand things from them or to demand their attention. She'd no claims on him now He was surrounded by people, all with claims on his attention
court of claims
A U.S. federal court that determines claims brought by individuals against the government
no-claims bonus
in Britain, a reduction in the amount that you have to pay for car insurance, because you have not claimed any money during a particular period
recognize claims
{f} accept claims
small claims court
tribunal used for citizens with situations that deal with small sums of money and that do not require all the formalities of a larger tribunal
small claims court
a court where people can make legal claims involving small amounts of money
claims

    Турецкое произношение

    kleymz

    Произношение

    /ˈklāmz/ /ˈkleɪmz/

    Этимология

    [ 'klAm ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French clamer, from Latin clamare to cry out, shout; akin to Latin calare to call; more at LOW.

    Видео

    ... claims to existence, and the role, and so on. ...
    ... the legitimacy of workers' claims over their working environment, saying that the contribution ...

    Слово дня

    arterious
Избранное