damages

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
zarar ziyan tazminatı
tazminat

İki milyon dolarlık ceza tazminatı ödüyoruz. - We award punitive damages in the amount of two million dollars.

Tom arabanın sahibine tazminat ödemek zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to pay damages to the owner of the car.

zarar ver

Alkol karaciğere zarar verir. - Alcohol damages the liver.

{i} zarar ziyan

Tom zarar ziyan için para ödemek zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to pay for damages.

i., huk. tazminat
masraf
zarar

Zararlar için hükümete dava açtılar. - They sued the government for damages.

Sürücüden zararları talep ettiler. - They demanded damages from the driver.

fiyat
(Hukuk) zararlar
damage
zarar vermek

Bilim adamları bir gecede bir bardak kırmızı şarap sağlığa zarar vermek için yeterlidir diyor. - One glass of red wine a night is enough to damage health, say scientists.

damage
hasar

Ben, hasar için ödeme yaptım. - I paid for the damage.

Sel köye büyük hasar verdi. - The flood did the village extensive damage.

damage
zarar

Çatı fırtınadan zarar görmüştü. - The roof was damaged by the storm.

Sel, ekinlere büyük zarar verdi. - The flood did great damage to the crops.

damages insurance
zarara karşı sigorta
damage
hasar yapmak bozmak
damage
{f} bozmak
damage
{f} hasara uğratmak
damage
{i} k.dili. masraf, fiyat
damage
dili masraf
damage
maliyet/zarar
damage
fiyat
damage
{f} değerini düşürmek
damage
(Tekstil) avarya, hasar
consequential damages
(Kanun) dolaylı zararlar
damage
zedelemek
damage
hasar vermek
damage
(Biyokimya) yara
damage
(Tıp) zedelenme
damage
(Ticaret) zarar ziyan
damage
muhatara
damage
(Biyokimya) bere
damage
(Osmanlıca) izrar
damage
(Ticaret) değer kaybı
damage
(Tıp) damaj
damage
zarara sokmak
damage
zarara uğratmak
damage
dokunca
flood damages
feyezan hasarları
lost profits damages
mahrum kalınan kar
action for damages
tazminat davası
claim for damages
zarar ve ziyan talebi
damage
ziyan

Tom zarar ziyan için para ödemek zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to pay for damages.

damage
{f} zarar ver

Tayfun tarafından çatımıza zarar verildi. - We got our roof damaged by the typhoon.

Tom tayfunun evine zarar vermesinden korkuyordu. - Tom was afraid that the typhoon would damage his house.

damage
{i} maliyet
fee damages
maddi hasar tazminatı
damage
{i} masraf
claimed damages
iddia tazminat
claims for damages
tazminat talepleri
damage
hasare
damage
hasara
damage
{f} hasar yapmak
damage
hasarı
damage
hasarları
incidental damages
(Kanun) Tesadüfi zarar, tesadüfi ziyan
actual damages
(Sigorta) gerçek zararlar
actual damages
(Sigorta) fiili hasarlar
claim damages
(Kanun) zarar ve ziyan iddia etmek
claim for damages
(Kanun) tazminat talebinde bulunmak
claim for damages
tazminat istemi
claim for damages
(Avrupa Birliği) (Annex III) tazminat talebi
claim for damages
tazminat davası
collateral damages
(Askeri) ikincil hasarlar
damage
(Askeri) HASAR: Bir eşyanın kıymetine veya işe yararlık derecesine zarar veren durum. Bir mal, dış görünüşü bakımından hasara uğrayabilir veya işe yararlılık süresi değişebilirse de, yine hizmete elverişli kalabilir veya daha az işe yarar bir duruma girebilir. Bknz. "nuclear damage (land warfare) "
damage
{f} hasar ver

Patlama binaya büyük bir hasar verdi. - The explosion did a lot of damage to the building.

Fırtına onun malına büyük hasar verdi. - The storm did great damage to her property.

exemplary damages
(Kanun) cezai zarar
for damages
tazminat olarak
in case of damages
(Kanun) hasar durumunda
punitive damages
(Kanun) cezai zarar
recover damages
tazminat almak
recovery of damages
(Ticaret) hasarın ödenmesi
restify loss or damages
(Mukavele) zarar ya da hasarın giderilmesi
sue smb. for damages
zarar ve ziyan davası açmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of damage
The money paid or awarded to a claimant (in England), a pursuer (in Scotland) or a plaintiff (in the US) in a civil action
(noun) Money paid by defendants to successful plaintiffs in civil cases to compensate the plaintiffs for injuries, property damage, pain and suffering, etc
compensation paid by one person to another to recompense them for a loss they have suffered where they had a right not to be subject to such a loss Thus if a person brings a court action for breach of contract the court may award that person damages, payable by the other person, if the case is upheld
The indemnity recoverable by a person who has sustained an injury, either in his person, property or relative rights, through the act or default of another
The indemnity recoverable by a person who has sustained an injury either in his person, property or relative rights, through the act or default of another
a sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury
Compensation for loss or injury suffered
A sum of money that a party is legally obligated to pay to another as compensation for injury
Monetary compensation that may be recovered by a person who has suffered loss, detriment or injury to his person, property or rights, through the unlawful act or negligence of another; damages are not generally available under the IDEA
Compensation recoverable in Court by one who has suffered loss, detriment or injury to his person, property or tights due to the unlawful acts or negligence of others
includes all monetary losses due to climate change impacts, less the amount that can be averted by adaptive measures, and less the economic gains that may be realized by the adaptive measures This implies that net damages may, in some cases, take on negative values that reflect monetary gains when all factors are considered
In law, the money awarded to a party in a civil suit as reparation for the loss or injury for which another is liable. The theory of an award of damages in a personal-injury or other tort case is that injured parties should be placed in the position they would have been in if the injury had not occurred, so far as this can be accomplished with a monetary award. Where the legal wrong at issue is the breach of a contract, the goal of the damages remedy is to give the injured parties the benefit they would have received had the contract been performed. More than one type of damages (e.g., direct, incidental, and punitive) may be awarded for a single injury
Pecuniary (money) compensation which may be recovered by a party for personal injury, or loss or damage to one's property or rights as a result of another party's unlawful act or negligence
Money claimed or awarded in court, equal to the dollar value of the claimant's losses
{i} compensation, money paid for injury or harm done to a person or property
The assessment of compensation in monetary terms for damage suffered
Money awarded for an injury or loss due to the unlawful act or negligence of another
If a person has suffered a loss as a result of a civil wrong they may apply to the Court for an order that their loss be compensated by payment of money The money claimed or paid is referred to as damages
Money paid by defendants to successful plaintiffs in civil cases to compensate the plaintiffs for their injuries
A cash compensation ordered by a court to offset losses or suffering caused by another's fault or negligence Damages are a typical request made of a court when persons sue for breach of contract or tort
Money awarded by a court to a person injured by the unlawful act or negligence of another person
In a technical sense, damages refer to the money or compensation recoverable in a lawsuit by a party who has been injured in person or property or rights by the negligence of another
The money paid or awarded to a claimant (in the UK) or a plaintiff (in the US) in a civil action
Money awarded by a court to a person injured by the unlawful actor negligence of another person
A monetary amount awarded to the plaintiff by the court in order to compensate the plaintiff for actual injury sustained by the actions of the defendant In trademark cases, the basis of damages is typically the plaintiff's lost profits or defendant's profits as a result of the infringing activity, and may include prejudgment interest Additionally, damages have been based on a reasonable royalty or a the cost of corrective advertising Finally, the court may award treble damages to the plaintiff where the court deems such damages as equitable and not punitive
Monetary compensation claimed by a person who has suffered loss or injury to his/her person, property, or rights as a result of the negligence or unlawful conduct of another
An award of money paid by the guilty party to the injured party to compensate for losses or injuries incurred Compensatory-Money ordered to be paid as compensation for injury or loss Punitive/Exemplary-Compensation in excess of actual damages to serve as punishment for willful or malicious acts by the defendant as and against the aggrieved party or parties in the lawsuit
The amount recoverable by a person who has been injured in any manner through the act or default of another
The compensation recoverable by a person who has sustained and injury, either to his or her person or property, through the act or default of another
The indemnity recoverable by a person who has sustained an injury either in his person, property, or relative rights through the act or default of another
third-person singular of damage
{i} torts
damages claim
lawsuit demanding monetary compensation (for injury, loss, etc.)
damage
To make something less intact or even destroy it; to harm or cause destruction

Be careful not to damage any of the fragile items while unpacking them.

hedonic damages
Damages awarded to the plaintiff, in a personal injury case, for the loss of joy of living
liquidated damages
An amount owed to a plaintiff in a lawsuit by the defendant that is determined by operation of law, such as the unpaid amount in a breach of contract
special damages
Damages that can be quantified precisely, including such things as plaintiff's medical expenses, lost wages, and similar out-of-pocket costs (as contrasted with general damages, such as pain and suffering, which must be estimated)
speculative damages
Claims made by a plaintiff for losses that may occur in the future, but are highly improbable. They can not be used as a basis for recovery in tort or contract cases
unliquidated damages
An amount owed to a plaintiff in a lawsuit by the defendant that can not be determined by operation of law, such as the value of pain and suffering in a tort case
damage
something that is broken is damaged Damage is thus the physical harm caused to an object
damage
The measure of how much health a Pokémon has lost When the amount of damage on a Pokémon exceeds its HP, that Pokémon is Knocked Out
damage
Damage is physical harm that is caused to an object. The blast caused extensive damage to the house Many professional boxers end their careers with brain damage
damage
To damage an object means to break it, spoil it physically, or stop it from working properly. He maliciously damaged a car with a baseball bat The sun can damage your skin
damage
The damage component measures the amount of harm that a given threat might inflict This measurement includes triggered events, clogging email servers, deleting or modifying files, releasing confidential information, performance degradation, errors in the virus code, compromising security settings, and the ease with which the damage may be fixed
damage
{f} cause harm, cause injury
damage
{i} injury, harm; (Slang) expense, cost (e.g., "What is the damage for the drinks we had at the bar?")
damage
(Dmg) = a measure of how damaging an attack is
damage
the occurrence of a change for the worse
damage
Tolerance - A measure of the ability of structures to retain load-carrying capability after exposure to sudden loads for example, ballistic impact
damage
Damage is the severity of injury or the physical, functional, or monetary loss that could result if control of a hazard is lost
damage
Damage consists of the unpleasant effects that something has on a person, situation, or type of activity. Incidents of this type cause irreparable damage to relations with the community
damage
Physical, psychiatric or economic loss or harm arising out of a wrongful act or omission
damage
{v} to injure, hurt, mar, impair, spoil
damage
any reduction in the intended use or value of a biological or physical resource For example, economic production, ecological structure or function, aesthetic value, or biological or genetic diversity that may be altered by a pollutant
damage
Any material or bodily loss or harm
damage
{n} mischief, hurt, loss, injury
aggravated damages
Additional damages imposed on the defendant whose conduct increased the injury to the plaintiff by subjecting him or her to distress, embarrassment, or humiliation
actual damages
Damages awarded to a plaintiff in a lawsuit based on proof of actual harm to the plaintiff
actual damages
(law) compensation for losses that can readily be proven to have occurred and for which the injured party has the right to be compensated
actual damages
Damages awarded to compensate a plaintiff's actual losses (for example, lost profits) arising from the wrongful actions of the defendant A plaintiff must prove the amount of his losses and that they are specifically and directly attributable to the defendant's actions
actual damages
losses which are proven to have incurred as a result of the wrongful act of another
actual damages
The loss actually sustained by a plaintiff for which compensation is sought
actual damages
An award of the court to compensate an injured party for losses incurred as a result of the actions or omissions of another party
actual damages
Real, substantial and just damages, or the amount awarded to a complainant in compensation for his actual and real loss or injury (Black's Law Dictionary, 4th Ed )
actual damages
The compensation received by an injured party for the actual injuries or loss suffered by the party
actual damages
Real, substantial and just damages, or the amount awarded to a complainant in compensation for his actual and real loss or injury
claim damages
demand compensation, demand financial reimbursement
claim for damages
sue for damage, sue for injuries
claimed damages
demand compensation, demand financial reimbursement for injuries
consequential damages
harm or injury which occurs as a result of
damage
If a court of law awards damages to someone, it orders money to be paid to them by a person who has damaged their reputation or property, or who has injured them. He was vindicated in court and damages were awarded
damage
the act of damaging something or someone
damage
inflict damage upon; "The snow damaged the roof"; "She damaged the car when she hit the tree"
damage
harm to structures, animals , or humans during earthquakes and /or volcanos DIATOMITE a very light, white rock that contains dioatoms (one-celled plants) DRIFT referring to the movement of continets over time
damage
To receive damage or harm; to be injured or impaired in soundness or value; as, some colors in cloth damage in sunlight
damage
Refers to primary containers that have been water damaged, fire damaged, crushed, or subject to insect or rodent infestation Damage may result from the overpacking of containers Examples of secondary container damage include smeared writing on a bag, tears or punctures of a bag, or ink that is causing chemical deterioration of a bag (thinning and yellowing of the container)
damage
When one Pokémon attacks another, it will usually cause damage If a Pokémon has total damage greater than or equal to its Hit Points, it is Knocked Out
damage
To damage something means to cause it to become less good, pleasant, or successful. Jackson doesn't want to damage his reputation as a political personality = harm + damaging dam·ag·ing Is the recycling process in itself damaging to the environment? = harmful
damage
any defects or problems that affect a coin after it is struck
damage
A problem such as scratches, nicks, holes, harsh cleaning, pitting, etc which lowers the value of a numismatic item
damage
loss of military equipment
damage
Cost or expense
damage
can be monitored and reduced by including a small data logger with the cargo, which can subsequently be downloaded to a PC Models range in scope -->from--> pure shock recording -->up to--> logging impacts (in 3 dimensions), temperature and humidity against time Packaging and shipping methods can be optimized, and blame for damage more accurately attributed Eg: Cargowatch (Synpack)
damage
You can do damage to your opponent, which forces him or her to discard cards from the top of his or her deck You can also damage a Creature in play If the total damage a Creature takes during the game is greater than or equal to its Health, it's discarded (Use counters to keep track of damage that's less than the Creature's Health )
damage
can be monitored and reduced by including a small data logger with the cargo, which can subsequently be downloaded to a PC Models range in scope from pure shock recording up to logging impacts (in 3 dimensions), temperature and humidity against time Packaging and shipping methods can be optimized, and blame for damage more accurately attributed Eg: Cargowatch (Synpack)
damage
Loss or harm resulting from injury to a person, to property, or to someone's reputation
damage
a legal injury is any damage resulting from a violation of a legal right
damage
The abstract measure of something not being intact; harm
damage
The estimated reparation in money for detriment or injury sustained; a compensation, recompense, or satisfaction to one party, for a wrong or injury actually done to him by another
damage
A monetary compensation, which may be recovered in the courts by any person who has suffered a loss, detriment, or injury, whether to his person (body), property, or rights, through the unlawful act, or failure to act, of another A sum of money awarded to a person injured by another
damage
the act of damaging something or someone loss of military equipment the occurrence of a change for the worse inflict damage upon; "The snow damaged the roof"; "She damaged the car when she hit the tree
damage
Damage and wear can take many forms, and therefore these definition are not exact or exhaustive, but are meant to give a general idea of what we usually mean by damage versus wear Damage includes chips, cracks, glaze flakes, glaze scratches, hairline cracks, etc , that were not caused during the manufacturing process If a defect was caused during the manufacturing process, we instead consider it a Manufacturing Flaw or Defect When we say that a piece has damage, we are always speaking of damage that happened after the piece left the factory, and not of damage that occurred in the factory, as best as we can determine by examination Wear might be considered a form of damage by some, however we will distinguish wear from damage where damage implies some sort of breakage Wear of glaze or ceramic includes light surface scratching, evidence of rubbing, paint or applied gold that as worn off or flaked, corrosion, stains, mineral or other deposits
damage
Physical change to a numismatic item, such as a scratch, nick, ding, cleaning, hole or pitting
damage
To occasion damage to the soundness, goodness, or value of; to hurt; to injure; to impair
damage
the amount of money needed to purchase something; "the price of gasoline"; "he got his new car on excellent terms"; "how much is the damage?"
damage
You can damage to your opponent, which forces them to discard cards from the top of their deck You can also damage a Creature in play If the total damage a Creature takes during the game is greater than or equal to its Health, it's discarded (You can use counters to keep track of the damage each of your creatures has taken )
damage
Injury or harm to person, property, or reputation; an inflicted loss of value; detriment; hurt; mischief
damage
Fabric that is torn or burned, or other parts of the balloon that are in serious need of repair If a balloon is damaged during the Event, it may be repaired Damaged components may be replaced or repaired, except that a complete envelope may be replaced only at the discretion of the Director Any damage to a balloon affecting its airworthiness must be reported to the Director before it is entered for a further task, and the balloon may only be flown after his approval of any repairs Penalty: up to disqualification from the task 3 5
damage
A deterioration in the quality of the environment not directly attributable to depletion or pollution
double damages
twice the amount that a court would normally find the injured party entitled to
drought damages
harm and financial losses due to a prolonged lack of rain
ecological damages
damage to the environment, damage to nature
entitled to damages
qualified to receive compensation, entitled to reparation
estimated the damages
assessed the amount or cost of damage caused to something
exemplary damages
punitive damages: (law) compensation in excess of actual damages (a form of punishment awarded in cases of malicious or willful misconduct)
exemplary damages
Damages to punish (make an example of) the offender This is done when the wrong is deliberate or grossly negligent and compensatory damages do not appear to be sufficient
exemplary damages
increased payment of compensation intended to punish the responsible party
general damages
one payment intended to compensate for all damages, compensation which was not determined by the parties in a contract
heat damages
damage that was caused by extremely hot weather
liquidated damages
compensation determined by a contract between two parties
nominal damages
(law) a trivial sum (usually $1
nominal damages
negligible damages, damages that are too small to be considered
nominal damages
00) awarded as recognition that a legal injury was sustained (as for technical violations of a contract)
prosecute a claim for damages
file a lawsuit for damages
punitive damages
Money awarded by a jury as a result of a negligent act, to punish a negligent party and deter others from committing the same act These damages are over and above compensatory damages
punitive damages
Compensation awarded to the plaintiff to punish the defendant for particularly offensive behaviour
punitive damages
Money damages awarded to a plaintiff in a lawsuit aimed not to compensate for harm to the injured party but to punish the defendant for his or her illegal conduct
punitive damages
(law) compensation in excess of actual damages (a form of punishment awarded in cases of malicious or willful misconduct)
punitive damages
Money awarded to an injured person, over and above the measurable value of the injury, in order to punish the person who hurt him
punitive damages
Dollar awards to a plaintiff as a result of intentional outrageous misconduct by the defendant They are designed to deter such behavior by punishing wrongdoers They are not covered under the HARRP Coverage Agreement and most liability insurance policies
punitive damages
In a lawsuit, money awards that are intended to punish an individual or entity that has acted in a malicious, fraudulent, or oppressive manner toward the plaintiff, and thus to dissuade others from similar behavior in the future See also compensatory damages
punitive damages
financial compensation designed to punish the party that cause the injury
punitive damages
Damages in excess of those required to compensate the plaintiff for the wrong done, which are imposed in order to punish the defendant because of the particularly wanton or willful character of his wrongdoing
punitive damages
Also called "Exemplary Damages " Optionally covered by professional liability insurers A few states require that punitive damages be covered Other state laws prohibit insurance companies from covering punitive damages because such damages are intended to punish the defendant for willful, fraudulent, oppressive, malicious, or otherwise outrageous behavior that should not be covered by insurance
punitive damages
Type of damages intended to punish the defendant and make an example out of him or her to discourage others from behaving the same way Also called exemplary damages
punitive damages
Money award given to punish the defendant or wrongdoer
punitive damages
Sometimes called exemplary damages, awarded over and above special and general damages to punish a losing party's willful or malicious misconduct
punitive damages
an award of money to punish the wrongdoer and to discourage all from similar wrongdoing
punitive damages
Damages intended to serve as a deterrent to, to make an example of the defendant or others for evil behaviour
punitive damages
Damages awarded by a court against a defendant as a deterrent or punishment to redress an egregious wrong perpetrated by the defendant
punitive damages
Damages awarded by a court above actual damages as punishment for a violation of law
punitive damages
16 15 Punitive damages are those that a court can award as a punishment for wrongdoing aside from any actual damages suffered by the plaintiff from any such wrongdoing Punitive damages are specifically prohibited under the Lanham Act However, a court may award treble damages, prejudgment interest and costs in cases in which the court deems such an award as just, and as long as the award is not made for punitive reasons Courts can also award reasonable attorneys' fees in exceptional cases such as egregious intentional infringement
punitive damages
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punitive damages
Damages awarded to a plaintiff that are meant to punish the defendant for anti-social actions rather than reimburse the plaintiff for loss
punitive damages
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punitive damages
Punitive damages, or exemplary damages, are those which are designed to punish a defendant whose behavior in causing the plaintiff's injuries was especially egregious Punitive damages are rarely awarded and are reserved for very serious misconduct
punitive damages
An amount intended to punish outrageous conduct
punitive damages
The payment to a plaintiff for damages caused by gross negligence by a defendant that exceeds the economic losses and general damages
sue for damages
press charges for injuries
sued for damages
pressed charges for injuries
treble damages
three times the amount that a court would normally find the injured party entitled to
war damages
losses which occur during a war
damages

    Расстановка переносов

    dam·ag·es

    Турецкое произношение

    dämıcız

    Произношение

    /ˈdaməʤəz/ /ˈdæməʤəz/

    Этимология

    [ 'da-mij ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French, from dam damage, from Latin damnum.

    Слово дня

    heliolatry
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