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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} öğreti
{i} mezhep
(Kanun) nazariyat
(Askeri) (NATO) DOKTRİN: Askeri kuvvetlerin, hedeflerini destekleme yolundaki faaliyetlerine önderlik eden temel prensipler. Otoriter olmakla beraber uygulamada muhakemeye ihtiyaç vardır
{i} ilke
{i} prensip
doctrine of descent
türlerin, ortamın şartları nedeniyle
doctrine of elites
(Politika, Siyaset) seçkincilik öğretisi
esoteric doctrine
philosophical doctrine
felsefi yaptırım
as a matter of doctrine
doktrin meselesi olarak
fikir akımları
religious doctrine
dinsel doktrin
truman doctrine
Truman Doktrini
Air Force Doctrine Center
(Askeri) Hava Kuvvetleri Doktrin Merekzi
Directorate for Information Systems and Services (DIA); direct support; doctrine
(Askeri) Bilgi Sistemleri Ve Hizmetleri Başkanlığı (DIA); doğrudan destek; doktrin sponsoru
Joint Doctrine Working Party
(Askeri) Müşterek Doktrin Çalışma Grubu
Joint Staff doctrine sponsor
(Askeri) Müşterek Karargah doktrin komutanı
United States Army Training and Doctrine Command
(Askeri) Birleşik Devletler Kara Kuvvetleri Eğitim ve Doktrin Komutanlığı
combined doctrine
(Askeri) müşterek doktrin
combined doctrine
(Askeri) MÜŞTEREK DOKTRİN: Müşterek bir hedefe yönelik koordineli bir harekette iki veya daha fazla ülkenin kuvvetlerinin istihdamını yönlendiren temel prensipler. Katılan ülkeler tarafından onaylanır. Ayrıca bakınız: "joint doctrine; multi-service doctrine"
comparable worth doctrine
(Ticaret) eşit ücret doktrini
flexible response doctrine
(Politika, Siyaset) esnek karşılık doktrini
joint deployment community; Joint Doctrine Center
(Askeri) müşterek konuşlanma topluluğu; Müşterek Doktrin Merkezi
joint doctrine
(Askeri) ORTAK PRENSİPLER: Bir ülkedeki iki veya daha fazla Kuvvet Komutanlığı'na bağlı kuvvetlerin ortak bir hedef için koordine edilmiş bir halde nasıl kullanılacağını gösteren temel prensipler. Bunlar dört Kuvvet Komutanlığı tarafından onaylanır ve Müşterek Kurmay Başkanları tarafından yayınlanabilir. Bak. "multiservice doctrine, combined doctrine"
military doctrine
(Askeri) ASKERİ DOKTRİN: Harekatın idaresinde esas olan, denenmiş, standart hale getirilmiş ve tasvip edilmiş kaide, düzen, prensip ve usuller
moral doctrine
ahlak öğretisi
party doctrine
parti programı
tactical air doctrine
(Askeri) TAKTİK HAVA DOKTRİNİ: Ortaya koyulan amaçları elde etmek için taktik hava harekatında hava gücünün kullanımında rehberlik temin etmesi amacıyla tasarlanan ana esaslar
unsound doctrine
geçersiz doktrin
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The body of teachings of a religion, or a religious leader, organization, group or text

The four noble truths summarise the main doctrines of Buddhism.

A belief or tenet, especially about philosophical or theological matters
n a principle or position or the body of principles in a branch of knowledge or system of belief
something that is taught : a principle or position or the body of principles in a branc
A rule or idea that is part of a system of belief
a belief (or system of beliefs) accepted as authoritative by some group or school
A rule or principle or the law established through the repeated application of legal precedents
   a systematic set of beliefs or teachings
Doctrine is derived from the Latin word doctrina meaning "teachings " Something taught as a the principle or creed of a religion
a ) In Christian theology, the teachings of Scripture or those derived from Scripture; b ) In Romanist theology, teaching of their church which can be changed ( COMPARE: Dogma )
{i} something which is taught; belief, tenet; teachings of a religion or branch of knowledge
particular principle, position, or policy taught or advocated; official statement of policy
fundamental principles by which the military forces, or elements thereof, guide their actions in support of national objectives It is authoritative but requires judgment in application (NATO)--fundamental principles by which the military forces guide their actions in support of objectives It is authoritative but requires judgment in application
Teaching; instruction
An official statement of theological belief
is the body of beliefs about God, humankind, Christ, the church, and other related concepts considered authoritative by the community of faith, becoming the standard of interpretation and application of the Bible and the Christian faith
Positions or principles held to be sacred, or inspired, truths in a system of beliefs In Christianity, these beliefs are an instruction to be taught to the faithful by means of the catechism, sermons, and through the religious dogma of the church The Anglican Church's Thirty-Nine Articles of Religion is an example of religious doctrine
That which is taught; what is held, put forth as true, and supported by a teacher, a school, or a sect; a principle or position, or the body of principles, in any branch of knowledge; any tenet or dogma; a principle of faith; as, the doctrine of atoms; the doctrine of chances
A set of accepted beliefs held by a group In religion, it is the set of true beliefs that define the parameters of that belief system Hence, there is true doctrine and false doctrine relative to each belief set In Christianity, for example, a true biblical doctrine is that there is only one God in all existence (Isaiah 43: 10; 44: 6,8) A false doctrine is that there is more than one God in all existence
A doctrine is a set of principles or beliefs, especially religious ones. the Marxist doctrine of perpetual revolution. Doctrine of the Mean doctrine of the affections Eisenhower Doctrine Monroe Doctrine Truman Doctrine
The particular principles of the Church, as taught and advocated
doctrine of equivalents
A legal rule in most patent systems that allows a court to hold a party liable for patent infringement even though the infringing device or process does not fall within the literal scope of a patent claim, but nevertheless is equivalent to the claimed invention
doctrine of foreign equivalents
A rule applied in United States trademark under which foreign words are translated to determine whether they are registrable as trademarks, or are either descriptive or confusingly similar with existing marks
doctrine of analogy
the religious belief that between creature and creator no similarity can be found so great but that the dissimilarity is always greater; language can point in the right direction but any analogy between God and humans will always be inadequate
doctrine of the affections
German Affektenlehre Aesthetic theory of music in the Baroque period. Under the influence of Classical rhetoric, late Baroque theorists and composers held that music is capable of arousing a variety of specific emotions in the listener, and that, by employing the proper musical procedure or device, the composer could produce a particular involuntary emotional response in his audience. By the end of the 17th century, individual movements were customarily organized around a single emotion, resulting in the lack of strong contrasts and the repetitive rhythms characteristic of Baroque music. Several attempts at systematic lists of the emotional effects of different scales and figures were made, but to no general agreement
abstention doctrine
: A rule under which a federal court in the United States will decline to exercise jurisdiction over a lawsuit because the suit could or should instead be heard by a state court
prosperity doctrine
Alternative name for prosperity theology
{n} a pcept, principle, act of teaching
Carter Doctrine
policy established by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter that aggression in the Persian Gulf will be viewed as an attack on the United States' interests (basis for the war with Iraq in 1991)
Christian doctrine
teachings of the Christian religion
Eisenhower Doctrine
U.S. foreign policy pronouncement by Pres. Dwight D. Eisenhower (1957). The Eisenhower Doctrine promised military and economic aid to anticommunist governments, at a time when communist countries were providing arms to Egypt and offering strong support to Arab states. Part of the Cold War policy developed by John Foster Dulles to contain expansion of the Soviet sphere of influence, the doctrine continued pledges made under the Truman Doctrine
Eisenhower Doctrine
policy established by U.S. President Eisenhower in 1957 in which financial and military aid was promised to any Middle Eastern country that fought Communism
Monroe Doctrine
the idea, stated in a speech by President James Monroe in 1823, that countries of Europe should not get involved in the affairs of the countries of North and South America, and, in exchange for this, the US would not get involved in European affairs. U.S. foreign-policy statement first enunciated by Pres. James Monroe on Dec. 2, 1823, declaring the Western Hemisphere off-limits to European colonization. Concerned that the European powers would attempt to restore Spain's former colonies, he declared, inter alia, that any attempt by a European power to control any nation in the Western Hemisphere would be viewed as a hostile act against the U.S. It was reiterated in 1845 and 1848 by Pres. James K. Polk to discourage Spain and Britain from establishing footholds in Oregon, California, or on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. In 1865 the U.S. massed troops on the Rio Grande to back up demands that France withdraw from Mexico. In 1904 Pres. Theodore Roosevelt added the Roosevelt Corollary, stating that in the event of flagrant wrongdoing by a Latin American state, the U.S. had the right to intervene in its internal affairs. As the U.S. became a world power, the Monroe Doctrine came to define the Western Hemisphere as a U.S. sphere of influence. See also Good Neighbor Policy
Monroe Doctrine
{i} political principle stated in 1823 by US President James Monroe opposing interference from European powers in the American continent
Soviet combat doctrine
policy of battle that was developed by the Soviet army and provided to Arab armies
Truman Doctrine
Pronouncement by Pres. Harry Truman. On March 12, 1947, he called for immediate economic and military aid to Greece, which was threatened by a communist insurrection, and to Turkey, which was under pressure from Soviet expansion in the Mediterranean. Engaged in the Cold War with the Soviet Union, the U.S. sought to protect those countries from falling under Soviet influence after Britain announced that it could no longer give them aid. In response to Truman's message, Congress appropriated $400 million in aid
baptistic doctrine
any of various doctrines closely related to Anabaptism
combat doctrine
principles and guidelines of warfare
plural of doctrine
fairness doctrine
A basic tenet of the licensed broadcasting industry in the United States that ensures reasonable opportunity for the airing of opposing viewpoints on controversial issues
monroe doctrine
an American foreign policy opposing interference in the Western hemisphere from outside powers
monroe doctrine
See under Doctrine
philosophical doctrine
a doctrine accepted by adherents to a philosophy
racial doctrine
theory of the distinction between races according to biological signs
religious doctrine
the written body of teachings of a religious group that are generally accepted by that group
theological doctrine
the doctrine of a religious group
truman doctrine
President Truman's policy of providing economic and military aid to any country threatened by communism or totalitarian ideology