enforce

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{f} zorlamak
zorla almak veya yaptırmak
{f} zorla yaptırmak
{f} infaz etmek
zorla kabul ettirmek
tatbik etmek
uygulanmak
(Ticaret) ödemeye zorlamak
yürütmek
zorla elde etmek
mecbur et
uygulamak

Yasaları uygulamak çok zordu. - The laws were very difficult to enforce.

{f} güçlendirmek
tatbik
yerine getirmek
enforcementuygulama
tatbik edilebilir
icbar etmek
mecbur etmek
enforceableuygulanabilir
{f} sözünü geçirmek
(Kanun) icra etmek
zorla kabul etmek
enforce limits
(Bilgisayar) sınırları zorla
enforce the law
kanunu uygulamak
enforce the law
(Kanun) kanunu icra etmek
enforce obedience
(Fiili Deyim ) itaat ettirmek
enforce one's orders
emirlerini uygulatmak
enforce referential integrity
(Bilgisayar) bilgi tutarlılığına zorla
enforce the orders
emirleri uygulamak
enforceable
{s} dava edilebilir
enforceable
{s} yürürlüğe konabilir
enforced
zorlanmış
enforcement
(Politika, Siyaset) icra etme
enforcement
(Askeri) zorlama (talimat)
enforcement
(Kanun) meriyet
enforcement
(Kanun) tatbikat
enforcement
(Askeri) uygulatma
enforcement
(Kanun,Ticaret) yürütme
enforcement
yürürlük
enforcement
(Politika, Siyaset,Ticaret) yaptırım

Ben hukuki yaptırımdayım. - I'm in law enforcement.

enforcer
yerine getiren
enforcer
uygulayan
enforcer
yürüten
enforceable
uygulanabilir
enforcedly
mecburi
enforcement
zorlama
enforcement
infaz
enforcement
tatbik
enforcement
icra
enforcement
(Askeri) Zorlama, uygulatma (kanun,talimat)
re enforce
güçlendir
enforceability
uygulanabilirliği
enforcer
Kiralık katil
enforceability
(Kanun) tenfiz kabiliyeti
enforceable
(Kanun) icra olunabilir
enforced
zorunlu

O yasa zorunlu değil. - That law isn't enforced.

enforced
{s} mecburi
enforcedly
zorunlu olarak
enforcedly
baskıyla
enforcement
(Hukuk) uygulamaya koyma
enforcement
uygulama

Hükümet bu sorunu çözmek için uygulama önlemleri benimseyecektir. - The government will adopt enforcement measures to solve this problem.

enforcement
(Hukuk) etkili hale getirme
enforcement
zorlama/uygulama
enforcing
(Ticaret) zorla koyma
enforcing
(Ticaret) zorla uygulama
to enforce
zorla yaptırmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To compel, oblige (someone or something); to force

Uladislaus the Second, King of Poland, and Peter Dunnius, Earl of Shrine had been hunting late, and were enforced to lodge in a poor cottage.

To strengthen (a castle, town etc.) with extra troops, fortifications etc
To keep up, impose or bring into effect something, not necessarily by force

The police are there to enforce the law.

To intensify, make stronger, add force to
To exert oneself, to try hard

I pray you enforce youreselff at that justis that ye may be beste, for my love.

To give strength or force to; to affirm, to emphasize

The victim was able to enforce his evidence against the alleged perpetrator.

{n} force, power, strength, violence
{v} to force, strengthen, urge, prove, show
ensure observance of laws and rules; "Apply the rules to everyone"
To prove; to evince
To enforce something means to force or cause it to be done or to happen. They struggled to limit the cost by enforcing a low-tech specification David is now living in Beirut again after an enforced absence
compel to behave in a certain way; "Social relations impose courtesy"
ensure observance of laws and rules; "Apply the rules to everyone"; compel to behave in a certain way; "Social relations impose courtesy
To give strength or force to; to affirm
To strengthen; to grow strong
To attempt by force
To urge; to ply hard; to lay much stress upon
If people in authority enforce a law or a rule, they make sure that it is obeyed, usually by punishing people who do not obey it. Until now, the government has only enforced the ban with regard to American ships
put or keep in force
laws and regulations that protect health and ensure safety
To put in motion or action by violence; to drive
To put force upon; to force; to constrain; to compel; as, to enforce obedience to commands
To put the judgment into effect by taking legal steps to bring about compliance
{f} compel, force; administer; strengthen, intensify
To put the judgment into effect by taking legal steps to bring about compliance Top of Page
To put in force; to cause to take effect; to give effect to; to execute with vigor; as, to enforce the laws
Force; strength; power
To give force to; to strengthen; to invigorate; to urge with energy; as, to enforce arguments or requests
To take legal steps to make sure someone complies with a judgment
To make or gain by force; to obtain by force; as, to enforce a passage
enforce rules
effectively carry out regulations or laws, compel obedience to rules by force
enforce something on someone
push something on someone by force
enforce the laws
{f} impose and compel the laws; compel obedience to the laws
enforced
Simple past tense and past participle of enforce
enforcement
That which enforces, constraints, gives force, authority, or effect to; constraint; force applied
enforcing
Present participle of enforce
re-enforce
To enforce again; to re-emphasize
enforcedly
{a} by force or compulsion
enforcement
{n} compulsion, exigence, necessity
enforcer
{n} one who enforces, one who compels
enforcement
The act of enforcing; compulsion
enforcer
player (as in ice hockey) known for rough play and fighting
enforcer
one that enforces
enforcer
a violent criminal employed by a crime syndicate especially : HIT MAN
enforceability
{i} quality of being enforceable
enforceable
Capable of being enforced
enforceable
That which can be made to effective; to cause to take effect An agreement or contract between persons in which one or other party can legally compel the performance of another or other parties
enforceable
a legal mechanism ensuring that the members of an organization etc carry out the principles, purposes and duties they have formally agreed to
enforceable
If something such as a law or agreement is enforceable, it can be enforced. the creation of legally enforceable contracts
enforceable
{s} able to be enforced, able to be put into practice, executable
enforced
forced or compelled or put in force; "a life of enforced inactivity"; "enforced obedience"
enforced
past of enforce
enforced
forced or compelled or put in force; "a life of enforced inactivity"; "enforced obedience
enforced
made to happen, especially by things you cannot control enforced absence/separation etc
enforced
Compelled; forced; not voluntary
enforcement
a plank or planks in the Aff plan seeking to ensure that the Aff mandates will be carried out Enforcement can consist of carrots (rewards) for action or sticks (punishments) for inaction or malfeasance
enforcement
Action taken after a court order has been made to ensure that the order is in fact followed eg: selling property to pay a judgment debt •Civil Courts
enforcement
procedures ensuring that people and/or governments abide by the law concerning the rights in question
enforcement
If someone carries out the enforcement of an act or rule, they enforce it. The doctors want stricter enforcement of existing laws, such as those banning sales of cigarettes to children. when people are made to obey a rule, law etc
enforcement
The act of obtaining payment of a child support or medical support obligation
enforcement
The function of maintaining rules and regulations to preserve the integrity of a preferential (HOV) facility
enforcement
legal methods used by EPA, state, and local governments to make polluters obey the Clean Air Act In the absence of enforcement, citizens can sue EPA or the states to obtain action, and can also sue violating sources apart from any action EPA or state or local governments have taken
enforcement
range of actions that may be taken from inducing to compelling compliance with the HPA (CPR) and/or OHS legislation inspector: means any person designated as an inspector pursuant to subsection 21(1) of the HPA or related OHS legislation
enforcement
A giving force to; a putting in execution
enforcement
The act of compelling obedience or compliance
enforcement
Efforts in place in a campus community to ensure adherence to both general laws of the community as well as the established rules and regulations on campus regarding alcohol, other drug use, and other student behaviors
enforcement
Legal methods used to make polluters obey the Clean Air Act It can also include legal actions taken by EPA, state, or local regulators to obtain compliance with environmental laws, rules, regulations, or agreements and/or obtain penalties or criminal sanctions for violations Enforcement methods include citations of polluters for violations of the law (citations are much like traffic tickets), fines and even jail terms EPA and the state and local governments are responsible for enforcement of the Clean Air Act, but if they don't enforce the law, members of the public can sue EPA or the states to get action Citizens can also sue violating sources, apart from any action EPA or state or local governments have taken The 1990 Clean Air Act gave EPA authority so that, in some cases, EPA can fine violators without going to court first
enforcement
EPA, state, or local legal actions to obtain compliance with environmental laws, rules, regulations, or agreements and/or obtain penalties or criminal sanctions for violations Enforcement procedures may vary, depending on the requirements of different environmental laws and related implementing regulations Under CERCLA, for example, EPA will seek to require potentially responsible parties to clean up a Superfund site, or pay for the cleanup, whereas under the Clean Air Act the Agency may invoke sanctions against cities failing to meet ambient air quality standards that could prevent certain types of construction or federal funding In other situations, if investigations by EPA and state agencies uncover willful violations, criminal trials and penalties are sought
enforcement
Efforts taken to see that an order is paid
enforcement
Activity engaged in by the Friend of the Court to bring an alleged violator of a court order into compliance
enforcement
If the respondent does not make support payments voluntarily, the Family Justice Services Branch may enforce payment Examples of enforcement: garnishing bank accounts or other sources of income; seizing and selling property or suspending driver’s licences Back
enforcement
– function of maintaining the rules and regulations of a preferential treatment to maintain the integrity
enforcement
The mechanism by which isolation and guarantees are implemented By enforcing limits on the CPU utilization of one application, processor time can be guaranteed to other applications
enforcement
the act of enforcing; insuring observance of or obedience to
enforcement
{i} execution, putting into force, act of enforcing
enforcement
The legal methods used to make polluters obey the Clean Air Act Enforcement methods include citations of polluters for violations of the law (citations are much like traffic tickets), fines, and even jail terms EPA and the state and local governments are responsible for enforcement of the Clean Air Act, but if they don't enforce the law, members of the public can sue EPA or the states to get action
enforcer
someone whose job is to make sure people do the things they should
enforcer
one whose job it is to execute unpleasant tasks for a superior
enforcer
The eyes and ears of the empire They make up all the judges in the imperial court system, and work as advisors to many rulers within the empire, and some outside of the empire They are all skilled with some use of rune magic
enforcer
A player tasked with physically intimidating or confronting the opposition
enforcer
one who threatens, maims, or kills someone who doesn't cooperate with Family rules or deals
enforcer
is usually the most penalized player on a team; he has the job of protecting his teammates from harm; generally a larger player who is not afraid of any fight
enforcer
also called the policeman; is usually the most penalized player on a team; he has the job of protecting his teammates from harm; generally a larger player who is not afraid of any fight
enforcer
A player whose primary job is to protect teammates by retaliating against any opposing player guilty of excessive roughness
enforcer
{i} one who enforces, one who compels through force
enforcer
One who enforces
enforces
third-person singular of enforce
enforce
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