consent

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} izin

İşin buraya geleceğini bilseydim, izin vermezdim. - If I'd known that it would come to this, I would have never consented.

Annesi onun oraya yalnız gitmesine izin vermeyecek. - His mother will not consent to his going there alone.

(Ticaret) razı olma

Tom buna asla razı olmayacak. - Tom will never consent to that.

Teklifinize razı olmazlar. - They will not consent to your proposal.

razı olmak
{i} uygun bulma

O, sessizliğimi uygun bulma olarak yorumladı. - He interpreted my silence as consent.

izin vermek
{f} kabul etmek
rıza

Sessizlik rızayı işaret eder. - Silence implies consent.

Tom ile Meryem, anne-babalarının rızası olmadan evlendiler. - Tom and Mary got married without their parents' consent.

(Askeri) onaylama

Babam yurt dışına gitmemi onaylamadı. - My father consented to my going abroad.

müsaade
rızası olmak
(Osmanlıca) mütalaa
(Askeri) tasdik
{f} izin ver

İşin buraya geleceğini bilseydim, izin vermezdim. - If I'd known that it would come to this, I would have never consented.

Annesi onun oraya yalnız gitmesine izin vermeyecek. - His mother will not consent to his going there alone.

muvafakatname
with one consent hep birden
muvafakat
{i} rıza: They've finally given their consent. Nihayet rıza gösterdiler. How can we gain her consent? Onun rızasını nasıl alabiliriz? She can't
by common consent umumun rızaslSilence gives consent
Sükut ikrardan gelir

Sükût ikrardan gelir. - Silence implies consent.

{f} razı ol

Sonunda planımıza razı oldu. - He finally consented to our plan.

Sessizliğini razı olmasına yordum. - I interpreted his silence as consent.

oy birliği
consent certificates
(Ticaret) izin belgeleri
consent degree
(Kanun) uyuşma kararı
consent in advance
önceden kabul etmek
consent in wiriting
(Ticaret) yazılı onay
consent letter
(Kanun) onay mektubu
consent letter
(Kanun) muvafakatname
consent of defendant
(Kanun) davalının rızası
consent of plaintiff
(Kanun) davacının rızası
consent orders
(Ticaret) muvafakat emirleri
consent to
razı olmak
consent to
rıza göstermek
consent to something
razı olmak
consent to
razı ol

Gelecek hafta diş hekimine geri dönmeme razı olacağım. - Next week I'll consent to be back to the dentist.

Hiçbir koşul altında böyle bir karikatüre asla razı olmayacağım. - Under no circumstances will I ever consent to such a travesty.

consent form
İzin belgesi, bir işin yapılmasına izin verildiğine dair belge
consent together
rıza birlikte
consent.
onayı
consent decree
(Politika, Siyaset) uzlaşma kararı
consent decree
(Kanun) mutabakat kararı
consent dividend
(Ticaret) muvafakat temettüü
age of consent
Çocukların hukuken cinsel özgürlüğe ulaştığı yaş
consenting
razı olarak
informed consent
(Tıp) bilgilendirilmiş olur
informed consent
(Tıp) bilgilendirilmiş onay
informed consent
(Politika, Siyaset) bilgilendirilmiş onam
written consent
(Kanun) yazılı onay
age of consent
rüşt
age of consent
erginlik
by one's consent
rızasıyla
consenting
{f} razı ol
consenting
{i} razı olma
silence gives consent
sük-t ikrardan gelir
tacit consent
sözlü onay
by God's consent
Tanrının izni ile
consent of
rızalık
consent to
onay vermek
full approval, final consent
tam onayı, nihai onay
informed consent
Bilgilendirilmiş rıza
informed written consent
Bilgilendirilmiş yazılı muvafakat
obtain parents' consent
ebeveynlerin olurunu
parental consent
Ebeveyn izni
with the consent of
in muvafakatiyle, ...in rızası ile
withdrawal of consent
(Kanun) izin, onay veya muvafakatın iptali, geri çekilmesi
without consent
rıza dışı
advice and consent
(Politika, Siyaset) danışma ve rıza
age of consent
ergenlik yaşı
by common consent
oybirliğiyle
express consent
(Kanun) sarih muvafakat
informed consent form
(Tıp) aydınlatıcı onam formu
lack of consent
(Kanun) rıza yokluğu
mutual consent
(Kanun) karşılıklı muvafakat
mutual consent
karşılıklı kabul
prior consent
(Ticaret) ön muvafakat
silence gives consent
(deyim) sükut ikrardan sayılır
silence gives consent
(deyim) susmak kaimi etmek demektir
silence gives consent
ses çıkarmamak kabul etmektir
silence gives consent
sessiz kalmak kabul etmektir
subject to your consent
senin rızana bağlı
with one consent
hep beraber
with one consent
oybirliği ile
withhold one's consent
onaylamayı reddetmek: He withheld his consent until the last minute. Son dakikaya kadar onaylamayı reddetti
withhold one's consent
onaylamayı reddetmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To cause to sign a consent form
Voluntary agreement or permission

He gave consent to undergo the procedure.

To express willingness, to give permission

I've consented to have the procedure performed.

If you consent to something, you agree to do it or to allow it to be done. He finally consented to go He asked Ginny if she would consent to a small celebration after the christening I was a little surprised when she consented. = agree see also age of consent. to give your permission for something or agree to do something consent to
{v} to be of one mind, agree, submit
{n} agreement, concord
what parents may give after they have been fully informed of all the information regarding the activity the district wants to implement This information must be provided to the parents in their native language or mode of communication Parental consent is voluntary and may be revoked
consent
permission to do something; "he indicated his consent"
To agree to or give permission for
Agreement Mutual consent is one of the four essential elements of a contract
give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to; "I cannot accept your invitation"; "I go for this resolution"
An agreement to something proposed, and differs from assent Consent supposes, 1 a physical power to act; 2 a moral power of acting; 3 a serious, determined, and free use of these powers
Applies to the Kids Passport service Consent is permission given to a Passport user who is under 13 and a resident of the United States or its territories The permission is given by the parent who first created the Passport or who becomes associated with that child's Passport through a consent process at the Kids Passport service Web site Consent is further divided into the categories of full consent and limited consent Limited consent is consent to collect personal information from children under 13 and to share it with third parties "as necessary to operate the Company's Web site " Full consent is consent to collect personal information from children under 13 and share that information with other sites or companies
Agreement in opinion or sentiment; the being of one mind; accord
To grant; to allow; to assent to; to admit
A legal term stating when one party has given authority to another party for a particular purpose
the approval a parent gives to a program or the country, generally in writing Consent is always voluntary and a parent may revoke it at any time
A written agreement to carry out an activity after being fully informed in one's native language of all information relevant to the activity
If you give your consent to something, you give someone permission to do it. At approximately 11: 30 p.m., Pollard finally gave his consent to the search Can my child be medically examined without my consent?
Applies to the Kids Passport service Consent is permission given to a NET Passport participating site regarding the collection of personal data from users who are under 13 and residents of the United States or its territories The permission is granted by the parent who first created the NET Passport or who becomes associated with that child's NET Passport through a consent process at the Kids Passport service Web site Consent is further divided into the categories of full consent and limited consent Limited consent is consent to collect personal information from children under 13 and to share it with third parties "as necessary to operate the Company's Web site " Full consent is consent to collect personal information from children under 13 and share that information with other sites or companies
Capable, deliberate, and voluntary assent or agreement to, or concurrence in, some act or purpose, implying physical and mental power and free action
Correspondence in parts, qualities, or operations; agreement; harmony; coherence
The voluntary agreement of a person or group to participate in research This should be obtained in conjunction with the person or group being given adequate information which has to be fully understood by the subjects; hence 'informed consent'
This is a privacy requirement - one of the Fair Information Practices People must be able to prevent the collection of their personal data If they consent to use of their data, they should be able to bar the use of it for other than the original purpose
To indicate or express a willingness; to yield to guidance, persuasion, or necessity; to give assent or approval; to comply
Voluntary accordance with, or concurrence in, what is done or proposed by another; acquiescence; compliance; approval; permission
To give approval In life and health insurance, a policy may not be taken out on a person without that person's approval Consent is given when the insured signs the application
{i} agreement, accord; permission, sanction
Requirement that the parent be fully informed of all information that relates to any action that school wants to take about the child, that parent understands that consent is voluntary and may be revoked at any time See also Procedural safeguards notice and prior written notice
According to critical theory of communication, the process by which an employee actively, though unknowingly, accomplishes the interests of management in the faulty attempt to fulfill his or her own interests
See Sympathy, 4
Voluntary agreement or permission, not unlike assent consent can be achieved by passively not refusing
We do not presently use this field (So, you sensibly ask, why is it here? And we answer, because at a certain point we had to stop tweaking with this form and let it fly free!!)
Written parental/guardian consent must be obtained before certain events can occur Written parental/guardian consent must occur before evaluations can be conducted, and before the initial IEP can implemented (subsequent IEPs do not require consent)
Agreement; voluntary acceptance of the wish of another
To agree to; to give permission I consent to your going to the rock concert
permission to do something; "he indicated his consent
{f} agree; approve
This privacy requirement is one of the Fair Information Practices People must be able to prevent the collection of their personal data If they consent to use of their data, they should be able to bar the use of it for other than the original purpose
To agree in opinion or sentiment; to be of the same mind; to accord; to concur
parties have agreed to Entry of an Order or Judgment
Agree to voluntarily accept the wish of another
Agreement, either expressed or implied, to an action based on knowledge of what that action involves, its likely consequences and the option of saying no
the granting of permission by a teacher, or by the parents of students, concerning the collection, use, retention, or access to assessment data and information See Confidentiality, Informed Consent, Reporting
Sympathy
from Locke, the liberal theory of government has required the consent of the governed for political rule to be legitimate Because explicit consent is not always available, Locke introduced a notion of tacit consent, but it is not always easy to distinguish tacit consent from non-consent to determine whether tacit consent is consent
consent decree
: A decree of a court giving effect to an agreement between the litigating parties
consent search
a warrantless search made by United States law enforcement personnel based on the consent of the individual whose person or property is being searched
consent searches
plural form of consent search
consent form
A document that someone signs to show that they will allow something to happen
consent decree
A written, negotiated agreement between an agency and a company
consent decree
An order, usually from the Justice Department, that lists things some company or companies need to do to not have a monopolistic situation 6 1a
consent decree
A legal document submitted by the Department of Justice on behalf of the EPA for approval by a federal judge to settle a case A consent decree can be used to formalise an agreement reached between EPA and potentially responsible parties (PRPs) for cleanup at a Superfund site Consent decrees also are signed by regulated facilities to cease or correct certain actions or processes that are polluting the environment and include payment of penalties The Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, Toxic Substances Control Act, and others all use consent decrees
consent decree
An enforceable judge’s order based upon an out-of-court agreement between opposing parties to a lawsuit In the AMHI class action lawsuit, the judge issued a consent decree that made BDS’ out-of-court agreement to build a system of community services enforceable in court
consent decree
An out-of-court legal settlement whereby the accused party agrees to modify or change their behavior rather than plead guilty or go through a hearing on charges brought before a court
consent decree
A judicial decree expressing a voluntary agreement between parties to a suit, especially an agreement by a defendant to cease activities alleged by the government to be illegal in return for an end to the charges
consent decree
an agreement between two parties that is sanctioned by the court; for example, a company might agree to stop certain questionable practices without admitting guilt
consent decree
A legal document, approved by a judge, that formalizes an agreement reached between EPA and Potentially Responsible Parties (PRPs) through which PRPs will conduct all or part of a cleanup action at a Superfund site, cease or correct actions or processes that are polluting the environment, or otherwise comply with regulations where the PRP's failure to comply caused EPA to initiate regulatory enforcement actions The consent decree describes the actions PRPs will take and may be subject to a public comment period
consent judgement
court ruling sanctioning an agreement reached between both parties in a dispute
consent order
- an order confirming an agreement between the parties
consent order
An order agreed upon by opposing parties or attorneys A consent order is also reduced to writing, signed by the judge, and filed with the court
consent order
A Court order which both parties have voluntarily agreed to abide by For example, when the tenant and the owner come to some agreement before the Court hearing, they can tell the Court what they have decided and the Court can record it as an order so both parties are bound by it
consent order
A legal document signed by U S EPA and an individual, business, or other entity, committing that entity to take corrective action or refrain from an activity The Consent Order describes the actions to be taken, and can be enforced in court RCRA Corrective Action activities being conducted by USS at Gary Works are done under a Consent Order between USS and the U S EPA, issued by U S EPA on October 23, 1998
consent order
Federal Trade Commission order in which the advertiser agrees to halt a certain advertising practice without admitting any violation of the law
consent order
Generally, any order to which all parties agree
consent order
A legal agreement reached between the District and an alleged violator as a means to resolve a violation of District rules A Consent Order contains three major elements
consent order
Also called a consent decree, this is a Federal Trade Commission order, by which an advertiser agrees to make changes in an advertisement or campaign, without the need for a legal hearing
consent order
  Legal injunction mandating a party to perform an action
common consent
mutual agreement, reciprocal agreement
age of consent
The age at which a person is legally considered to be mature enough to engage willingly in sexual intercourse
age-of-consent
Attributive form of age of consent, noun

The age-of-consent doctrine.

ages of consent
plural form of age of consent
consenting
Present participle of consent
implied consent
The assumed agreement that a person would approve a course of action if asked, when that person is not presently able to be asked

The man was unconscious, but the paramedics had his implied consent to treat him.

implied consent
Consent given by virtue of another arrangement

Traveling by air gives security officials implied consent to search your bags.

mutual consent
reciprocal approval, mutual agreement, consent between two parties
age of consent
The age at which a person is considered to be legally competent to consent to sexual acts, and is thus the minimum age of a person with whom another person is legally permitted to engage in sexual activity
consenter
{n} one who gives his consent
Parental consent
(Kanun) Parental consent laws (also known as parental involvement or parental notification laws) in some countries require that one or more parents consent to or be notified before their minor child can legally engage in certain activities
age based consent
(Kanun) A part of the standard sign-in procedure to help Microsoft comply with the United States Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)
informed consent
Permission granted in the knowledge of the possible consequences
informed consent
(Tıp, İlaç) Consent by a patient to a surgical or medical procedure or participation in a clinical study after achieving an understanding of the relevant medical facts and the risks involved
Consenting
consentant
advice and consent
Procedure by which the senate gives approval or confirms appointments made by the governor to state offices
advice and consent
  The power vested in the Senate by the State Constitution to review and approve or reject the Governor's nominations for judges, cabinet officers, and other officials   Appointments are confirmed by an absolute majority vote   (21 votes in the Senate)
advice and consent
Confirmation by the Senate of individual executive branch appointments
advice and consent
The Constitution mandates that the president secure the advice and consent of the Senate in treaties, which requires a two-thirds' majority of those present, and for executive and judicial appointments, which require a simple majority of those present
advice and consent
a legal expression in the United States Constitution that allows the Senate to constrain the President's powers of appointment and treaty-making
age of consent
minimum age at which a person may make legally binding decisions
age of consent
the minimum age for marrying without parental consent or the minimum age for consensual sexual relations; intercourse at an earlier age can result in a charge of assault or statutory rape; the age differs in different states of the Union
age of consent
The age of consent is the age at which a person can legally agree to having a sexual relationship. He was under the age of consent. The age at which a person is legally considered competent to give consent, as to sexual intercourse. the age of consent the age when someone can legally get married or have a sexual relationship
by common consent
by mutual agreement
consented
past of consent
consenter
One who consents
consenter
{i} one that agrees, one that complies
consenting
Willing and able to give consent
consenting
{s} that gave consent
consenting
having given consent; "consenting adults"
consenting
having given consent; "consenting adults
consenting
A consenting adult is a person who is considered to be old enough to make their own decisions about who they have sex with. What consenting adults do in private is their own business
consents
third-person singular of consent
consents
plural of , consent
implied consent
consent which is understood without being explicitly stated
informed consent
A term used to describe the obligation of physicians or researchers to allow patients or subjects to be active participants in decision regarding their care or participation in research Informed consent, then, is rooted in the concept of autonomous choice or the right of self-determination Bioethics literature includes five elements in its analysis of informed consent: disclosure (of information to the patient/subject) comprehension (by the patient/subject of the information being disclosed) voluntariness (of the patient/subject in making his/her choice) competence (of the patient/subject to make a decision) consent (by the patient/subject)
informed consent
A person's voluntary agreement, based upon adequate knowledge and understanding of relevant information, to participate in research or to undergo a diagnostic, therapeutic, or preventive procedure In giving informed consent, subjects may not waive or appear to waive any of their legal rights, or release or appear to release the investigator, the sponsor, the institution or agents of the institution from liability for negligence [Federal Policy 116; 21 CFR 50 20 and 50 25]
informed consent
consent by a patient to undergo a medical or surgical treatment or to participate in an experiment after the patient understands the risks involved
informed consent
{i} consent given by a patient (or his/her legally authorized representative) to undergo surgery or medical treatment or procedure after being informed and understanding the benefits and risks involved
informed consent
A written agreement by program participants to voluntarily participate in an evaluation or study after having been advised of the purpose of the study, the type of information being collected, and how the information will be used
informed consent
An individual willingly agrees to participate in an activity after first being advised of the risks and benefits Source : Human Genome Project Information
informed consent
It can only be given by an adult, whether he/she has a disability or not, who is considered legally competent This person can not have a guardian or guardian advocate to whom these rights have been given Informed consent says that a person understands a medical procedure or treatment, alternative procedures or treatments, and any risks or dangers associated with the proposed procedure or treatment
informed consent
the right to have information explained to you so that you fully understand and agree to the nature of the proposed treatment
informed consent
Agreement by the participants in an evaluation to the use, in specified ways for stated purposes, of their names and/or confidential information they supplied
informed consent
The consent from a patient that a health care provider must secure, authorizing the provider to perform a particular medical procedure The consent is frequently given in writing and is valid only when the proposed treatment and its risks have been identified and explained to the patient in an understandable fashion In the case of a minor or other legally-incompetent patient, a guardian may give informed consent for medical treatment
informed consent
A process in which the risks, benefits, and requirements of a research study are explained to people invited to take part in the study Before entering the study a participant should sign an informed consent form, which should contain in writing the benefits, risks and basic structure of the study
informed consent
Disclosure of a certain amount of information to the patient about the proposed treatment and the attainment of the patient's consent, which must be competent, understanding, and voluntary
informed consent
– A discussion of all procedures, benefits, risks and expectations of a clinical trial between the clinical investigators and the potential patients The FDA requires that all patients sign an informed consent before participating in a trial
informed consent
Informed consent is a legal term referring to the right of individuals to make informed medical treatment decisions Under State law, informed consent typically includes the right to be told of one's medical condition and prognosis, the risks and benefits associated with a recommended procedure or course of treatment, and the risks and benefits of other available treatment options, including the option of refusing treatment When a person becomes mentally incapacitated, his or her right to give or withhold informed consent typically passes to the person's legal representative, usually an agent or attorney-in-fact under a durable power of attorney, a court-appointed guardian, or a close family member
informed consent
a process by which a subject voluntarily confirms his or her willingness to participate in a particular trial, after having been informed of all aspects of the trial that are relevant to the subject's decision to participate Informed consent is documented by means of a written, signed, and dated informed consent form Informed consent may not include any language through which the subject or the representative is made to waive or appear to waive any of the subject's legal rights, or releases or appears to release the investigator, the sponsor, the institution, or its agents from liability for negligence
informed consent
a way to protect people entering a drug trial Each participant in a clinical trial in the U S must sign a consent form that explains the purpose of the trial, the results expected, the mechanics of the trial, potential risks, a list of other treatments that are available There is also a statement telling the participant that (s)he can leave the clinical trial at any time
informed consent
Voluntary consent given by a subject - that is, person or a responsible proxy such as a parent- for participation in a study, immunization program, treatment regimen, etc , after being informed of the purpose, methods, procedures, benefits and risks, and when relevant, the degree of uncertainty about outcomes The essential criteria of informed consent are that the subject has both knowledge and comprehension, that the consent is freely given without duress or undue influence, and that the right of withdrawal at any time is clearly communicated to the subject See also confidentiality; ethics; respect for autonomy
informed consent
An individual willingly agrees to participate in an activity after first being advised of the risks and benefits See also: privacy
informed consent
a legal document that explains a course of treatment, the risks, benefits, and possible alternatives; the process by which patients agree to treatment
informed consent
Informed consent is a process in which a research participant learns the key facts about a clinical trial before he or she decides to participate in the study In addition to talking about the facts of the study with the researcher, all information will be included in a written consent form The participant will be able to take the consent form home to read and discuss with family members Participants may continue to ask questions before, during and after the consent form is signed The participant's agreement to be in a study after being fully informed about what participating will involve, length of the study, benefits and risks, costs, confidentiality, purpose of the study, alternative treatments and withdrawal participation is informed consent
informed consent
The voluntary agreement obtained from a subject (or the subject’s legally authorized representative) to participate in research or related activity, before participating in that activity The consent must permit the individual (or legally authorized representative) to exercise free power of choice without undue inducement or any element of deceit, fraud, force, duress, or other form of coercion or constraint
informed consent
an agreement signed by prospective volunteers for a clinical research trial that indicates their understanding of (1) why the research is being done, (2) what researchers want to accomplish, (3) what will be done during the trial and for how long, (4) what risks are involved, (5) what, if any, benefits can be expected from the trial, (6) what other interventions are available, and (7) the participant’s right to leave the trial at any time
informed consent
An agreement to participate in research that is made voluntarily by an individual with legal and mental competence and the capacity to understand the information transmitted and its implications, after having been informed of the physical, psychological and personal risks and potential benefits entailed by a research protocol Informed consent is usually demonstrated by signing a consent form, but it may be oral (under specific criteria approved by an IRB) (45 CFR 46 116)
informed consent
A discussion of the procedures, risks, and benefits of a clinical trial between the investigator and the patient All patients must sign the informed consent form before participating in a trial
silence gives consent
one who remains silent agrees in principle, one who doesn't actively object agrees
tacit consent
agreement that is understood without a need for words
win one's consent
get one's to agree, receive one's approval
written consent
agreement which has been made official by being written out on paper
consent
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