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{s} görevdeki

Şirket halen görevdeki başkan tarafından 1950 yılında kuruldu. - The company was established in 1950 by the incumbent chairman.

üzerine vazife olan
boynunun borcu
görev olarak yükletilmiş
{s} yükümlü
{i} memur
{s} düşen
görevli kimse
{i} görevli
{s} üzerine düşen
{i} mahalle papazı [brit.]
(Hukuk) şimdiki
mahalle papazı
incumbent on
görevi olan
incumbent upon
görevdeki üzerine
incumbent upon
görevi olan
be incumbent on
-in sorumluluğu -e ait olmak, -e düşmek: It is incumbent on you to educate your children. Çocuklarının eğitiminden sen sorumlusun. i. makamı
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being the current holder of an office

If the incumbent senator dies, he is replaced by a person appointed by the governor.

A holder of a position as supplier to a market or market segment that allows the holder to earn above-normal profits
resting on something else
imposed on someone as an obligation, especially due to one's office

Proper behavior is incumbent on all holders of positions of trust.

The current holder of an office, such as ecclesiastical benefice or a an elected office
Any employee occupying a specified position
Lying; resting; reclining; recumbent; superimposed; superincumbent
the official who holds an office
{i} person who currently holds an office or position
the official who holds an office currently holding an office; "the incumbent governor" lying or leaning on something else; "an incumbent geological formation
Lying, resting, or imposed, as a duty or obligation; obligatory; always with on or upon
the individual who is currently appointed (employed) in a position
A person currently (at the present time) holding a political office
A person who is in present possession of a benefice or of any office
A member of a political party that is currently holding office
The person holding a particular political office Generally, an incumbent seeking reelection has a better chance of winning than those challenging the incumbent do
An incumbent is someone who holds an official post at a particular time. In general, incumbents have a 94 per cent chance of being re-elected. Incumbent is also an adjective. the only candidate who defeated an incumbent senator
Leaning or resting; said of anthers when lying on the inner side of the filament, or of cotyledons when the radicle lies against the back of one of them
A current member of Congress running for re-election
The name and political party affiliation of the person currently holding the office (all judicial offices are nonpartisan) Incumbents are listed regardless of their intentions regarding re-election
the current holder of an office, especially of an ecclesiastical benefice
lying or leaning on something else; "an incumbent geological formation"
Bent downwards so that the ends touch, or rest on, something else; as, the incumbent toe of a bird
{s} presently holding an office or position; compulsory, necessary; resting, lying (Archaic)
The employee occupying a position
currently holding an office; "the incumbent governor"
the official who holds an office currently holding an office; "the incumbent governor"
Holder of a Benefice, chairman of the vestry
- an employee who has been appointed to an exempt or classified service position
An individual who currently occupies a position
If it is incumbent upon you to do something, it is your duty or responsibility to do it. It is incumbent upon all of us to make an extra effort. someone who has been elected to an official position, especially in politics, and who is doing that job at the present time (present participle of incumbere )
An advertiser having possible future sponsorship in a specific program or cable network by virtue of their prior position in the program or cable network
The current employee in a specific position
Person holding an elected office Usually refers to an elected official running for re-election
lying or leaning on something else; "an incumbent geological formation
The employee who occupies a position He/she may be permanently or temporarily assigned, or absent on leave, or on military furlough
The rector of the parish
- the politician who currently holds a position or political office For example, in the race for prime minister, Jean Chrétien is the incumbent
imposed on someone as an obligation, especially due to ones office
very important, necessary, part of one's responsibility
incumbent on(p)
morally binding or necessary; "it is incumbent on me to attend
incumbent upon
responsible to, obliged to (perform a duty)
{a} one who possesses a benefice
{a} imposed as a duty, resting upon

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    /ənˈkəmbənt/ /ɪnˈkʌmbənt/


    [ in-'k&m-b&nt ] (noun.) 15th century. From Middle English, from stem incumbent-, of Medieval Latin incumbens (“holder of a church position”), from Latin persent participle of incumbere (“to lie down upon”)

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    ... So if "Strength Finder" is lousy, it's incumbent on us ...
    ... A reasonable prediction is that the incumbent businesses, ...

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