courtly

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kibar/saygıdeğer
saygılı
nazik
{s} saraya uygun
{s} dalkavukluk eden
{s} sarayla ilgili
azametli
{s} kibar
{s} zarif
court
(Hukuk) mahkeme

O, ırkçı gruplarla temas halinde olduğunu mahkemede itiraf etti. - He confessed in court that he was in touch with racist groups.

Konu mahkemeye taşındı. - The matter was brought into court.

courtly love in literature
edebiyatta saray aşkı
courtly society
saray toplumu
court
{i} oturum

Mahkeme oturumu üç saat sürdü. - The court session lasted for three hours.

court
{f} davet etmek
court
{i} oyun alanı
court
{f} fayda sağ
court
tenis kortu

Hakem, tenis kortunun yan tarafında yüksek bir sandalyede oturuyor. - The umpire sits in a high chair at the side of the court.

Tenis kortuna gidiyor musun? - Are you going to the tennis court?

court
{f} yaltaklanmak
courtly love
saray aşkı
court
hükümdar sarayı
court
{i} saltanat
court
(Politika, Siyaset) kral sarayı
court
spor sahası
court
gözüne girmeye çalışmak
court
fayda sağlamak
court
ile flört etmek
court
hükümdar ve maiyeti
court
adliye binası

Onu adliye binasında alabilirsin, katip ekledi. - You can get it at the courthouse, the clerk added.

court
(Kanun) yargıçlar

Yüksek mahkeme yargıçları kanunları yorumlarlar. - Judges on the Supreme Court interpret the laws.

court
avlu

Bu bina dışarıdan dikkat çekici değildir ama içine bakarsanız çok güzel bahçeli bir iç avlu vardır. - On the outside this building is not remarkable, but if you look inside there is a courtyard with a very beautiful garden.

Yatak odamın pencereleri avluya bakar. - The windows of my bedroom face the courtyard.

court
dalkavukluk etmek
court
saha

Tom topu sahaya sürdü. - Tom dribbled the ball down the court.

court
atılmak
court
saray

Yeni saray soytarısıyla tanıştın mı? - Have you met the new court jester?

Saray büyük kraliyet lehinde eğleniyordu. - The courtier was enjoying great royal favor.

court
kort

O şimdi kortta tenis oynuyor. - He is now playing tennis on the court.

Bu otelde, bir tenis kortunuz var mı? - Do you have a tennis court in this hotel?

court
riskine girmek
court
kur yapmak
court
teveccühünü kazanmaya çalışmak
court
saray halkı
court
mahkeme üyeleri
courtliness
kibarlık
court
kur

Kur yapmadan önce bilseydim hiç kur yapmazdım. - If I had known before I courted, I never would have courted none.

Geleneksel olarak erkeklerin kur yapmada öncülük etmesi bekleniyordu. - Traditionally, men were expected to take the lead in courtship.

court
hükümdarlık
court
teveccühünü kazanm
court
celse
court
{f} aranmak
court
konak
court
{i} dar sokak
court
{f} tehlike, hastalık
court
Court of Common Pleas medeni hukuk mahkemesi
court
Court of Appeals istinaf mahkemesi
court
{i} huk. mahkeme
court
yargıtay

Bir yargıtay üyesiydi. - He was a member of the Supreme Court.

Elçilik, yargıtayın yanında yer almaktadır. - The embassy is located next to the Supreme Court.

court
{f} istemek
court
court fool saray soytarısı
court
{i} avlu, iç bahçe
court
{i} toplantı
courtliness
[n] kibarlık
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Suitable for a royal court; refined, dignified
Obsequious, flattering
{a} polite, flattering, elegant, spruce, soft
{a} in the manner of courts, politely
Elegant; polite; courtlike; flattering
{s} noble, courteous, having elegant manners
Disposed to favor the great; favoring the policy or party of the court; obsequious
refined or imposing in manner or appearance; befitting a royal court; "a courtly gentleman
Relating or belonging to a court
In the manner of courts; politely; gracefully; elegantly
refined or imposing in manner or appearance; befitting a royal court; "a courtly gentleman"
You use courtly to describe someone whose behaviour is very polite, often in a rather old-fashioned way. The waiter made a courtly bow. graceful and polite
courtly love
An idealized and often illicit form of love celebrated in the literature of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance in which a knight or courtier devotes himself to a noblewoman who is usually married and feigns indifference to preserve her reputation. Late-medieval code that prescribed the highly conventionalized behaviour and emotions of aristocratic ladies and their lovers. It was the theme of an extensive literature that began with late 11th-century troubadour poetry in France and swiftly pervaded Europe. The courtly lover, who saw himself as enslaved by passion but fired by respect, faithfully served and worshiped his lady-saint. Courtly love was invariably adulterous, largely because upper-class marriage at the time was usually the result of economic interest or the seal of a power alliance. Its literary sources are believed to be found in Arabic literature, transmitted to Europe through Arab-dominated Spain; the growing religious cult of Mary was another influence. Examples of works inspired by the ideal are the Roman de la rose, Petrarch's sonnets to Laura, Dante's Divine Comedy, and the lyrics of the trouvères and minnesingers. See also chivalry
courtly love
(Middle Ages) a highly conventionalized code of conduct for lovers
Court
A surname for someone who worked or lived in a court
court
Any jurisdiction, civil, military, or ecclesiastical
court
To woo; to attempt to win over with social activities and displays of tact and affection
court
Attention directed to a person in power; conduct or address designed to gain favor; courtliness of manners; civility; compliment; flattery
court
The hall, chamber, or place, where justice is administered
court
The collective body of persons composing the retinue of a sovereign or person high in authority; all the surroundings of a sovereign in his regal state
court
A place arranged for playing the game of tennis, basketball and some other games; also, one of the divisions of a tennis court
court
The persons officially assembled under authority of law, at the appropriate time and place, for the administration of justice; an official assembly, legally met together for the transaction of judicial business; a judge or judges sitting for the hearing or trial of causes
court
A tribunal established for the administration of justice
court
{v} to woo, make love to, seek, flatter
courtliness
{n} civility, complasance, form
Court
An abbreviated term of respect for any court ("the Court")
Court
A surname
Court
Australian tennis player who won 26 Grand Slam singles titles and, in 1970, the Grand Slam (Wimbledon, French, U.S., and Australian titles in the same year). In architecture, an outdoor room surrounded by buildings or walls. Courts have existed in all civilizations from the earliest recorded times. The small garden court (atrium) of a Roman house was the center of domestic activity. In medieval Europe the court was a feature of all major residential buildings, as the cloister of a monastery, ward of a castle, or quadrangle of a college. A courtyard is often a utilitarian court (as for stables). Official assembly with judicial authority to hear and determine disputes in particular cases. In early judicial tribunals, judges sat in enclosures (courts in an architectural sense), and lawyers and the general public remained outside a bar (hence the term bar in legal contexts). Modern British courts are divided into those trying criminal cases and those trying civil cases; a second distinction is made between inferior courts, or courts of first instance, and superior courts, or courts of appeal. In the U.S. each state has its own system of courts, usually consisting of a superior (appellate) court, trial courts of general jurisdiction, and specialized courts (e.g., probate courts). The U.S. also has a system of federal courts, established to adjudicate distinctively national questions and cases not appropriately tried in state courts. At the apex of the national system is the Supreme Court of the United States. The secondary level consists of the United States Courts of Appeals. United States District Courts form the tertiary level. Crimes committed by military figures may be tried in a court-martial. In the past, ecclesiastical courts had broad jurisdiction. See also International Court of Justice; judiciary. Appomattox Court House Common Pleas Court of Court Margaret Smith court martial European Court of Justice High Commission Court of High Court of Admiralty Inns of Court International Court of Justice World Court International Criminal Court juvenile court magistrates' court prerogative court Supreme Court of the United States Tennis Court Oath United States District Court United States Courts of Appeals
court
A gathering of SCA folk where the royalty makes announcements and presentations, and gives out awards
court
The playing area on one side of the net, which is 5 feet wide and 4 ½ feet long Sometimes used to mean the entire surface of the table
court
an assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business
court
a specially marked area within which a game is played; "players had to reserve a court in advance"
court
A judge or body of judges whose task is to hear cases and administer justice (see Bench) General Jurisdiction-A court that has original trial jurisdiction over all subject matter or persons within its geographical limits except those that may be assigned by law to a limited jurisdiction court, such as a municipal court (see Superior Court) Limited Jurisdiction-A court that has jurisdiction over only specific subject matter or persons (as opposed to all subject matter or persons) assigned by law or statute to that court (see Municipal Court) Of Record-A court whose proceedings are permanently recorded All California courts are courts of record
court
make amorous advances towards; "John is courting Mary"
court
a yard wholly or partly surrounded by walls or buildings; "the house was built around an inner court"
court
Train extends approximately 1 yard from the waistline
court
Refers to a specific court, such as the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, or may also refer to a judge
court
a gathering of the royalty to make announcements and present awards at events
court
A 78 ft (23 8 m) long area, divided into two equal sides by a net standing 3 ft (0 9 m) high at the center of the court For singles the court is 27 ft (8 2 m) wide For doubles the addition of alleys 4 5 ft (1 4 m) wide along the two longer sides increases the width to 36 ft (11 m) Courts may be of grass, clay, asphalt, concrete, wood, artificial grass, or other synthetic materials
court
To endeavor to gain the favor of by attention or flattery; to try to ingratiate one's self with
court
the residence of a sovereign or nobleman; "the king will visit the duke's court"
court
the sovereign and his advisers who are the governing power of a state the family and retinue of a sovereign or prince an assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business Australian woman tennis player who won many major championships (born in 1947) engage in social activities leading to marriage; "We were courting for over ten years
court
To play the lover; to woo; as, to go courting
court
the sovereign and his advisers who are the governing power of a state
court
Woo; attempt to win over with social activities and displays of breeding; tact and affection
court
respectful deference; "pay court to the emperor"
court
a room in which a law court sits; "television cameras were admitted in the courtroom"
court
A body in government to which the administration of justice is delegated
court
respectful deference; "pay court to the emperor" a yard wholly or partly surrounded by walls or buildings; "the house was built around an inner court" a specially marked area within which a game is played; "players had to reserve a court in advance" a room in which a law court sits; "television cameras were admitted in the courtroom" the residence of a sovereign or nobleman; "the king will visit the duke's court" the sovereign and his advisers who are the governing power of a state the family and retinue of a sovereign or prince an assembly (including one or more judges) to conduct judicial business Australian woman tennis player who won many major championships (born in 1947) engage in social activities leading to marriage; "We were courting for over ten years
court
engage in social activities leading to marriage; "We were courting for over ten years"
court
Any formal assembling of the retinue of a sovereign; as, to hold a court
court
To attempt to gain; to solicit; to seek
court
the session at which a judge presides
court
An organ of the government, belonging to the judicial department, whose function is the application of the laws to controversies brought before it and the public administration of justice
court
Area of play, as defined by the outer boundary lines
court
To invite by attractions; to allure; to attract
court
a hotel for motorists; provides direct access from rooms to parking area
court
seek someone's favor; "China is wooing Russia"
court
An open uncovered space surrounded by walls or buildings
court
The smooth, flat area on which a game of tennis is played For singles, a court is 78 feet long by 27 feet; it is 78 feet long by 36 feet wide for doubles The court is divided in half by a net that is 36 inches high at the center and 42 inches high at each end Boundary lines and other markings are painted in white on any of three surfaces: concrete, grass or clay
court
the Supreme Court of British Columbia
court
A forum for deciding legal issues
court
The residence of a sovereign, prince, nobleman, or other dignitary; a palace
court
the 94' x 50' area bounded by 2 sidelines and 2 end lines containing a basket at each end, on which a basketball game is played
court
An enclosed space; a courtyard; an uncovered area shut in by the walls of a building, or by different building; also, a space opening from a street and nearly surrounded by houses; a blind alley
court
The judge or judges; as distinguished from the counsel or jury, or both
court
A place arranged for playing the game of tennis; also, one of the divisions of a tennis court
court
The Court means the High Court or any other court in England and Wales having concurrent jurisdiction or any judge or officer exercising that jurisdiction
court
The center squares of the first rank on the King's Level between the Senate and Stable, including the opening stations of the Cabinet, Heirs, and Baronial game pieces [The Court is equivalent to the Cabinet in a Common setup ] This term is also used to refer to the game pieces that open from these stations
court
a royal or noble household Physically, the medieval German court is located in a castle, either in a rural area or a relatively small town; the court was likely to move periodically from place to place within the ruler's or nobleman's territories In the romances, Arthur's court must often be imagined as a group of tents (as it is depicted in the Munich Parzival manuscript)
court
{f} seek to please, flatter; woo, seek to gain the affections of
court
The residence of a sovereign, prince, nobleman, or ether dignitary; a palace
court
A branch of the government that provides a forum for the resolution of lawsuits State courts have general jurisdiction over state crimes, civil lawsuits, domestic cases and probate matters Federal courts have limited jurisdiction to claims arising under federal criminal or civil law and certain civil lawsuits between citizens of different states
court
Government entity authorized to resolve legal disputes Judges sometimes use "court" to refer to themselves in the third person, as in "the court has read the briefs "
court
Where a game would be played Must consist of a building name and court number (many buildings contain more than one court) Add a New Court Modify Existing Court
court
Australian woman tennis player who won many major championships (born in 1947)
court
To endeavor to gain the affections of; to seek in marriage; to woo
court
Most colleges are organised in a series of courts (courtyards), most containing staircases of rooms for students and Fellows
court
When used without qualifiers, the word generally refers to a formal gathering of an SCA chapter, presided over by its ceremonial leaders The primary activities of a court include announcements, presentations to the leaders and to the group, and awards from the leaders to individuals in the group The leading herald of the group serves as announcer and master of ceremonies, and must review and approve all business for the court in advance
court
An inclosed space; a courtyard; an uncovered area shut in by the walls of a building, or by different building; also, a space opening from a street and nearly surrounded by houses; a blind alley
court
the family and retinue of a sovereign or prince
court
gathering for announcements and awards called by a King, Queen, Prince, Princess, Baron or Baroness
court
{i} yard; law court; king's palace; king's attendants; formal reception; area where basketball or tennis is played
court
The session of a judicial assembly
courtliness
the quality of being courtly; refinement of manners
courtliness
{i} quality of being courtly, politeness, quality of having elegant manners
courtliness
The quality of being courtly; elegance or dignity of manners
courtliness
elegance suggestive of a royal court
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