dole

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} işsizlik yardımı

Tom işini kaybettiğinde ağustosun altısından beri işsizlik yardımı alıyor. - Tom has been on the dole since the 6th of August, when he lost his job.

işşizlik maaşı almak
hükümetten işsizlik maaşı almak
hisse
(out ile) gereksinen kişilere para ya da yiyecek vermek
{i} işsizlik parası
{i} hüzün
b dağıtımı
yiyecek v
kısım
iane
b yardımı yapmak
{f} out dağıtmak
ufak miktarda giyecek
{i} yoksulluk yardımı
sadaka verme
nasip
muhtaç kimselere yiyecek
{i} yardım

Tom işini kaybettiğinde ağustosun altısından beri işsizlik yardımı alıyor. - Tom has been on the dole since the 6th of August, when he lost his job.

out ile iane olarak dağıtmak
{i} keder
giyecek v
hükümetin işsizlere yardım olarak verdiği para
işsizlik tazminatı
charity
{i} hayır

Tom maaşının yarısını sevdiği hayır kurumuna bağışlıyor. - Tom donates half his salary to his favorite charity.

Hayır organizasyonunda klarnet çalmam istendi. - I've been asked to play my clarinet at a charity event.

charity
hayırseverlik

Tom hayırseverlik yapmak için sorulmasını sevmez - Tom doesn't like being asked to give to charity.

dole out
dağıtmak
dole out
cimrice dağıtmak
dole out
sadaka ver
dole out
iane olarak dağıtmak
dole bludger
(Argo) yardımcı olan kimse
dole out
(Fiili Deyim ) idare ile yada cimrice dağıtmak
dole out
azar azar dağıtmak
charity
(isim) hayır, hayırseverlik, yardımseverlik, sadaka, hayır işi, merhamet, hayır kurumu
charity
{i} hayır işi

Hayır işin için para toplamana yardımcı olacağım. - I'll help you raise money for your charity.

Tom yerel bir hayır işi için bir web sitesi tasarlamaya gönüllü oldu. - Tom volunteered to design a website for a local charity.

charity
bağış

Tom Mary'nin kolunu büktü ve o hayır kurumumuza biraz para bağışlamayı kabul etti. - Tom twisted Mary's arm and she agreed to donate some money to our charity.

Tom maaşının yarısını sevdiği hayır kurumuna bağışlıyor. - Tom donates half his salary to his favorite charity.

charity
hamiyet
charity
acıma
charity
{i} sadaka

Tom sadakayı kabul etmeyi reddetti. - Tom refused to accept charity.

O, sadaka almayı reddetti. - She refused to accept charity.

charity
hayır kuruluşu

Hayır kuruluşu adını birkaç milyar yen hibe veren bir adamdan aldı. - The charity is named after a man who gave away some two billion yen.

O hayır kuruluşuna yaklaşık iki milyar yen bağış yapan bir kişinin adı verilmiştir. - That charity is named after a person who donated about two billion yen.

doleful
efkarlı
doleful
acılı
doleful
üzgün
dolefulness
sıkıntı
receive dole money
(Ticaret) işsizlik tazminatı almak
be on the dole
işsizlik tazminatı almak
charity
{i} merhamet

Onlardan merhamet bekleme. - Don't expect charity from them.

charity
hayır kurumu

Tom maaşının yarısını sevdiği hayır kurumuna bağışlıyor. - Tom donates half his salary to his favorite charity.

Tom Mary'nin kolunu büktü ve o hayır kurumumuza biraz para bağışlamayı kabul etti. - Tom twisted Mary's arm and she agreed to donate some money to our charity.

doleful
mahzun
doleful
kederli
doleful
sıkıntılı
draw the dole
işsizlik parası almak
go on the dole
işsizlik tazminatı almak
dolefulness
kasvet
the dole
işsizlik parası
be on the dole
işsizlik parası alıyor olmak
charity
(Mukavele) hayırseverlik, yardımseverlik; yardım derneği, hayır cemiyeti; merhamet; sadaka
charity
{i} hayırseverlik, yardımseverlik
charity
{i} hayır cemiyeti, yardım derneği
charity
yardım derneği charity school hayat okulu
charity
hayır kurumu/iyilik
doleful
dolefully sıkıntıyla
doleful
{s} kasvetli
doleful
kasvetle
doleful
hüzünle
doleful
hüzünlü
doleful
{s} keyifsiz
dolefully
keyifsizce
dolefully
hüzünle
dolefully
efkarlı bir şekilde
dolefulness
{i} keder
dolefulness
{i} hüzün
go on the dole
(Argo) işsizlik parası almak
go on the dole
işsizlik parası alıyor olmak
go on the dole
işsizlik yardımı almak
go/be on the dole
işsizlik yardımı almak
on the dole
{k} (deyim) hukumetten issizlik yardimi alma
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To distribute in small amounts; to share out, small portions of a meagre resource
money or other goods given as charity
payment by the state to the unemployed

I’ve been on the dole for two years now.

sorrow or grief; dolour
{v} to distribute alms, give, grieve, lament
{n} a share, part, gift, sorrow, moan, misery
money received from the state a share of money or food or clothing that has been charitably given
n sorrow, grief [OF dol]
{i} charity
grief; sorrow; lamentation
That which is dealt out; a part, share, or portion also, a scanty share or allowance
Someone who is on the dole is registered as unemployed and receives money from the government. It's not easy living on the dole. American politician who served as a U.S. representative (1961-1969) and senator (1969-1996) from Kansas. He ran as Vice President in Gerald Ford's unsuccessful presidential campaign (1976) and was the Republican presidential nominee in the 1996 election. Sorrow; grief; dolor. dole out to give something such as money, food, advice etc to more than one person dole something⇔out to. Dole Bob Robert Joseph Dole Dole Sanford Ballard
To deal out in small portions; to distribute, as a dole; to deal out scantily or grudgingly
Alms; charitable gratuity or portion
money received from the state
The dole or dole is money that is given regularly by the government to people who are unemployed. = benefit
A boundary; a landmark
(dole)
Department of Labor & Employment
Distribution; dealing; apportionment
the British term for government relief
a share of money or food or clothing that has been charitably given
{f} give donations to the poor; give out in small amounts, hand out sparingly
A void space left in tillage
dole bludger
An unemployed person who has no intention of seeking a job, and survives on government-funded unemployment benefits
dole bludgers
plural form of dole bludger
dole out
distribute in small amounts (esp. money); give out freely, dish out
dole out
If you dole something out, you give a certain amount of it to each member of a group. I got out my wallet and began to dole out the money. = dish out
dole out
administer or bestow, as in small portions; "administer critical remarks to everyone present"; "dole out some money"; "shell out pocket money for the children"; "deal a blow to someone"
dole queue
When people talk about the dole queue, they are talking about the state of being unemployed, especially when saying how many people are unemployed. Another 29,100 people have joined the dole queue
dole.
rock and roll
doleful
melancholy
doleful
{a} sorrowful, piteous, woful, dismal, sad
dolefully
{a} in a doleful manner, wofully, ill
dolefulness
{n} a dismal or sad state, melancholy
doles
The two short grips on the handle of a scythe
Bob Dole
in full Robert Joseph Dole born July 22, 1923, Russell, Kan., U.S. U.S. politician. Seriously wounded while fighting in World War II, he recovered from near-total paralysis but permanently lost the use of his right arm and hand. He returned to Kansas, earned a law degree, and held state elective office as a Republican before serving in the U.S. House of Representatives (1961-69) and the Senate (1969-96). He was the running mate of Pres. Gerald R. Ford in 1976. In 1984 Dole became Republican Party leader in the Senate, and he twice served as majority leader (1984-86, 1994-96). After clinching his party's nomination for president in 1996, he retired from the Senate to devote himself wholly to the campaign. He was defeated in the election by Democrat Bill Clinton. His wife, Elizabeth Hanford Dole born 1936 , ran unsuccessfully for the Republican nomination in 2000 but was elected to the U.S. Senate from North Carolina in 2002
Sanford Ballard Dole
born April 23, 1844, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands died June 9, 1926, Honolulu Hawaiian politician. The son of U.S. missionaries, he served in Hawaii's legislature (1884-87) and on its supreme court (1887-93). He led the committee formed by local sugar interests that overthrew Queen Liliuokalani (1893) and sought annexation by the U.S.; he then served as the first president of the Republic of Hawaii (1894-1900). Though U.S. Pres. Grover Cleveland demanded the queen's restoration, Dole pressed successfully for annexation (1900) and afterward served as governor of the Territory of Hawaii (1900-03). He later became a federal district judge (1903-15)
be on the dole
receive unemployment money, live from public welfare aid
doled
past of dole
doleful
A doleful expression, manner, or voice is depressing and miserable. He gave me a long, doleful look. = mournful + dolefully dole·ful·ly `I don't know why they left,' he said dolefully. very sad (dole (13-19 centuries), from dolere )
doleful
filled with or evoking sadness; "the child's doleful expression"; "stared with mournful eyes"; "mournful news"
doleful
griefful, mournful, bringing feelings of sadness
doleful
{s} sad, sorrowful
doleful
Full of dole or grief; expressing or exciting sorrow; sorrowful; sad; dismal
doleful
filled with or evoking sadness; "the child's doleful expression"; "stared with mournful eyes"; "mournful news
dolefully
In a doleful manner
dolefully
with sadness; in a sorrowful manner; "his mother looked at him dolefully when he told her he had joined the Army
dolefulness
The characteristic of being doleful; sadness
dolefulness
sadness caused by grief or affliction
dolefulness
{i} sadness, woefulness
doles
third-person singular of dole
dole
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