compromise

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
anlaşmaya varmak
{f} anlaşmak
{i} taviz

Bu konuda asla taviz vermemeliyiz. - We must never compromise on this.

uzlaşma,v.uzlaş: n.uzlaşma
{f} riske atmak
{f} uzlaşmak

Uzlaşmak benim kurallarıma aykırıdır. - It's against my rules to compromise.

Tom uzlaşmak için isteksiz görünüyor. - Tom seems unwilling to compromise.

{i} uzlaşma

Onlarla uzlaşmaya çalıştık. - We tried to compromise with them.

Tom uzlaşmak için isteksiz görünüyor. - Tom seems unwilling to compromise.

{i} ödün vererek anlaşmaya varma
(Askeri) GİZLİLİĞİN İHLALİ: Gizli kişilerin, tesislerin veya diğer mevcudatların, veya gizlilik dereceli bilgilerin veya malzemelerin yetkisiz kişilere verildiğinin bilinmesi veya bundan şüphelenilmesi
ödün verme
{f} ara bulmak
tehlikeye atmak
şerefini tehlikeye atmak
(Ticaret) üzerinde uzlaşmaya varmak
uzlaşma hukuku
uyuşmak
ikisinin ortası
ödünleşmek
(Tekstil) anlaşma

Görüşmelerden sonra iki taraf, anlaşmazlık konusunda bir uzlaşmaya vardılar. - After much negotiation, the two sides in the dispute reached a compromise.

Missouri Anlaşması yasal mı? - Was the Missouri Compromise legal?

şerefine gölge düşürmek
{f} uzlaştırmak
i. (tarafların karşılıklı ödün vererek yaptığı) anlaşma, uzlaşma, uyuşma. f
bazı şeylerden fedakârlık yoluyla aralarını bulmak
karşılıklı ödün vererek anlaşmaya varmak, uzlaşmak. 2
{i} ödün

Bu konuda ödün veremeyiz. - We can't compromise on this.

{i} (tarafların karşılıklı ödün vererek yaptığı) anlaşma, uzlaşma, uyuşma
{i} uyuşma
bazı şeylerden fedakârlık ederek varılan anlaşma zemini
{f} 1. karşılıklı ödün vererek anlaşmaya varmak, uzlaşmak. 2
{f} gölge düşürmek
(Tıp) baskı altında tutulan arzuları gizlemek suretiyle şuur tarafından kabul edileibilecek hale getirilmelerini sağlayan mental bir mekanizma, uyuşma, anlaşma
(Kanun) sulh
(Politika, Siyaset) fikir birliği
(Hukuk) uzlaşı
(Hukuk) tahkimname
compromise by
uzlaşmak
compromise claims
(Kanun) ihtilafları sulhen halletmeye
compromise formation
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) uzlaşma oluşumu
compromise with
ile uzlaşmak
compromise with
ile uyuşmak
compromise by
uzlaş
compromise verdict
uzlaşma kararı
compromise on
(bir konuda) uzlaşmak
compromised
(Askeri) GİZLİLİĞİ İHLAL EDİLMİŞ: İçindeki bilgi, tamamen veya kısmen, yetkisiz bir kimseye duyurulmuş veya duyurulma tehlikesi geçirilmiş gizlilik dereceli malzemeye uygulanan bir terim. Ayrıca bakınız: "classified matter"
compromised
tehlikeli

Binanın yapısı tehlikeli. - The building's structure is compromised.

compromised
(Askeri) gizliliği ihlal edilmiş
luxemburg compromise
(Politika, Siyaset) lüksemburg uzlaşması
made a compromise
uzlaş
make a compromise
uzlaş
compromising
1. Uzlaştırma, ara bulma2. Uzlaşma, anlaşma
find a compromise
Uzlaşı yolu bulmak
government by compromise
uzlaşma hükümet
made a compromise
uzlas
make a compromise
uzlas
missouri compromise
Missouri uzlaşma
not to compromise
taviz vermemek
reached a compromise
uzlaşmaya vardılar
vascular compromise
(Tıp, İlaç) Sistemik veya bölgesel sebeplerden ortaya çıkan dolaşım yetmezliği, periferik damar hastalığı
historical compromise
tarihsel uzlaşma
luxemburg compromise
(Avrupa Birliği) Lüksemburg Uzlaşması (1966)
midpoint compromise coverage factor
(Askeri) orta noktada uzlaşma örtme faktörü
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To cause impairment of
A committal to something derogatory or objectionable; a prejudicial concession; a surrender; as, a compromise of character or right
To breach a security system
The settlement of differences by arbitration or by consent reached by mutual concessions
To find a way between extremes
To bind by mutual agreement
{v} to compound, adjust, make up
settlement of a difference of opinion in which both sides agree to give up a part of its demands
A compromise is a situation in which people accept something slightly different from what they really want, because of circumstances or because they are considering the wishes of other people. Encourage your child to reach a compromise between what he wants and what you want The government's policy of compromise is not universally popular
expose or make liable to danger, suspicion, or disrepute; "The nuclear secrets of the state were compromised by the spy
A mutual agreement to refer matters in dispute to the decision of arbitrators
In the context of security, to assault or strike at a network by getting around its security procedures
Negotiated conflict settlement in which each party gives up part of what is wanted in order to get the other part From a game theory perspective, compromise is a lose-lose solution
(1) a settlement of differences in which each side makes concessions; (2) something midway between different things or combining certain of their qualities
To agree; to accord
a middle way between two extremes an accommodation in which both sides make concessions; "the newly elected congressmen rejected a compromise because they considered it `business as usual'"
When a disagreement is settled, each side gets part of what they wanted and give up part of what they wanted
Data is said to be compromised if unauthorized access to or disclosure of that information may have taken place
The united disclosure or discovery of a cryptographic key or secret
of, by some act which can not be recalled; to expose to suspicion
A violation of a security policy in which an unauthorised disclosure or lost of sensitive information may be resulted
settlement of differences by arbitration or by consent reached by mutual concessions
An intrusion into a computer system where unauthorized disclosure, modification or destruction of sensitive information may have occurred [7]
a middle way between two extremes
make a compromise; arrive at a compromise; "nobody will get everything he wants; we all must compromise"
The settlement of a claim resulting from a defaulted loan for less than the full amount due Compromise settlement is a procedure available for use only in instances where the government cannot collect the full amount due within a reasonable time, by enfo
Arbitration between conflicting objectives Examples: "accepting an increase in mass for a reduction in stress level" -- Note that this example constitutes a trade-off in solution (output) Similarly trade-offs or surrogates in the problem description (input) may also arise (e g "accepting less demanding design loads")
The art of dividing a cake in such a way that everybody believes he got the biggest piece
To make concession for conciliation and peace
An intrusion of security policy, which has the potential of disclosing private system information to an unauthorized user
expose or make liable to danger, suspicion, or disrepute; "The nuclear secrets of the state were compromised by the spy"
The disclosure of classified information to an unauthorized person
an accommodation in which both sides make concessions; "the newly elected congressmen rejected a compromise because they considered it `business as usual'"
The shape of the continents and directions (north, south, east, west) are distorted, but the distortions are balanced The Robinson projection is neither area nor shape preserving Most maps use compromise projections
A compromise or agreement is the package (combination of options across all issues) that both negotiators jointly agree upon after exchanging a sequence of offers
If you compromise with someone, you reach an agreement with them in which you both give up something that you originally wanted. You can also say that two people or groups compromise. The government has compromised with its critics over monetary policies `Nine,' said I. `Nine thirty,' tried he. We compromised on 9.15 Israel had originally wanted $1 billion in aid, but compromised on the $650 million
A violation of the security of a system such that an unauthorised disclosure of sensitive information may have occurred [WD15782] A violation of the security of a system such that an unauthorized disclosure of sensitive information may have occurred [x930: 3][x957][x98] In cryptography, the breaching of secrecy and/or security [X98] In cryptography, the breaching of secrecy and/or security A violation of the security of a system such that an unauthorized disclosure of sensitive information may have occurred [X924] (see also threat) (includes compromised obsolete (key state), compromised obsolete flag)
A security violation resulting in confirmed or suspected exposure of classified information or material to an unauthorized person
A violation of security such that an unauthorized disclosure of sensitive information may have occurred
The unintended disclosure or discovery of a cryptographic key or secret
{i} settling of a disagreement by making mutual concessions
To pledge by some act or declaration; to endanger the life, reputation, etc
{f} settle a disagreement by making mutual concessions
settle by concession make a compromise; arrive at a compromise; "nobody will get everything he wants; we all must compromise"
To bind by mutual agreement; to agree
The settlement of a dispute by mutual concession A compromise often results in both parties giving something up and meeting midway Back
A settlement of differences by mutual consent or adjustment of matters in dispute by mutual concession; a negotiated settlement between parties who are in essentially equal bargaining positions, wherein neither party admits or concedes that he is entitled to less than he desires, but accepts less to effect the goal of ending the dispute In a MSP situation under the Federal Claims Collection Act, a compromise represents the acceptance by HCFA or the regional office (RO) of less than the full debt owed to Medicare, when the amount of the full debt does not exceed $100,000, or by Central Office (CO) when the amount exceeds $100,000 An individual who accepts a compromise has no right to appeal the remaining debt
A violation (or suspected violation) of a security policy, in which an unauthorized disclosure of, or loss of control over, sensitive information may have occurred (Cf , DATA INTEGRITY)
An intrusion into a computer system where unauthorized disclosure, modification or destruction of sensitive information may have occurred
disapproval If someone compromises themselves or compromises their beliefs, they do something which damages their reputation for honesty, loyalty, or high moral principles. members of the government who have compromised themselves by co-operating with the emergency committee He would rather shoot himself than compromise his principles. Atlanta Compromise Compromise of 1850 Compromise of 1867 Crittenden Compromise Missouri Compromise
To adjust and settle by mutual concessions; to compound
settle by concession
A settlement by arbitration or by mutual consent reached by concession on both sides; a reciprocal abatement of extreme demands or rights, resulting in an agreement
The known or suspected unauthorized disclosure or loss of sensitive defense information
Compromise of 1850
Series of measures passed by the U.S. Congress to settle slavery issues and avert secession. The crisis arose in late 1849 when the territory of California asked to be admitted to the Union with a constitution prohibiting slavery. The problem was complicated by the unresolved question of slavery's extension into other areas ceded by Mexico in 1848. In an attempt to satisfy pro-and antislavery forces, Sen. Henry Clay offered a series of measures that admitted California as a free state, left the question of slavery in the new territories to be settled by the local residents, and provided for the enforced return of runaway slaves and the prohibition of the slave trade in the District of Columbia. Support from Daniel Webster and Stephen A. Douglas helped ensure passage of the compromise. Moderates throughout the Union accepted the terms, which averted secession for another decade but sowed seeds of discord
Compromise of 1867
or Ausgleich Compact that established the dual monarchy of Austria-Hungary. The kingdom of Hungary desired equal status with the Austrian empire, which was weakened by its defeat in the Austro-Prussian War of 1866. The Austrian emperor Francis Joseph gave Hungary full internal autonomy, together with a responsible ministry, and in return it agreed that the empire should still be a single great state for purposes of war and foreign affairs, thus maintaining its dynastic prestige abroad
compromise a value
give up part of something one believes in
compromise agreement
agreement which contains some desires of both sides, conciliatory agreement
compromise oneself
put oneself at risk, endanger oneself
compromise verdict
a verdict resulting from improper compromises between jurors on material issues
compromised
Having been compromised
compromised
Simple past tense and past participle of compromise
compromiser
One who compromises; especially, one who compromises readily
compromising
Present participle of compromise
compromised
{a} settled, adjusted, made up
compromised
{a} settled, adjusted, make up
Atlanta Compromise
Classic statement on race relations by Booker T. Washington, made in a speech at the Atlanta Exposition (1895). He asserted that vocational education, which gave blacks a chance for economic security, was more valuable than social equality or political office. Many African Americans feared that such a limited goal would doom them to indefinite subservience to whites; that fear led to the Niagara Movement and later to the founding of the NAACP
Crittenden Compromise
Series of compromises in 1860-61 intended to forestall the American Civil War. Sen. John J. Crittenden proposed constitutional amendments that would reenact provisions of the Missouri Compromise and extend them to the western territories, indemnify owners of fugitive slaves whose return was prevented by antislavery elements in the North, allow a form of popular sovereignty in the territories, and protect slavery in the District of Columbia. The plan was rejected by president-elect Abraham Lincoln and narrowly defeated in the Senate
Missouri Compromise
(1820) Act passed by the U.S. Congress admitting Missouri to the Union as the 24th state. After the territory requested statehood without slavery restrictions, Northern congressmen tried unsuccessfully to attach amendments restricting further slaveholding. When Maine (originally part of Massachusetts) requested statehood, a compromise led by Henry Clay allowed Missouri admission as a slave state and Maine as a free state, with slavery prohibited from then on in territories north of Missouri's southern border. Clay's compromise appeared to settle the slavery-extension issue but highlighted the sectional division
compromised
past of compromise
compromised
{s} settled by making mutual concessions; unable to operate in an optimal form
compromiser
{i} one that compromises, one makes concessions in order to settle a disagreement
compromiser
One who compromises
compromiser
a negotiator willing to compromise; "Henry Clay was known as the Great Compromiser"
compromiser
a negotiator willing to compromise; "Henry Clay was known as the Great Compromiser
compromises
plural of compromise
compromising
vulnerable to danger especially of discredit or suspicion; "she found herself in a compromising situation
compromising
If you describe information or a situation as compromising, you mean that it reveals an embarrassing or guilty secret about someone. How had this compromising picture come into the possession of the press?. proving that you have done something morally wrong or embarrassing, or making it seem as if you have done so compromising position/situation
compromising
Willing or able to compromise
compromising
whenever he thought of
compromising
making or willing to make concessions; "loneliness tore through him whenever he thought of even the compromising Louis du Tillet"
compromising
vulnerable to danger especially of discredit or suspicion; "she found herself in a compromising situation"
compromising
even the compromising Louis du Tillet"
compromising
making or willing to make concessions; "loneliness tore through him
compromising
even the compromising Louis du Tillet" vulnerable to danger especially of discredit or suspicion; "she found herself in a compromising situation
compromising
vulnerable to suspicion
missouri compromise
an agreement in 1820 between pro-slavery and anti-slavery factions in the United States concerning the extension of slavery into new territories
reached a compromise
compromised, reached common ground
territorial compromise
willingness in principle to give up territory conquered by Israel in 1967 in exchange for peace
compromise
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