intellectual

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
düşünsel
{i} entelektüel

Birine aptal dediğimde, bu bir hakaret değil. Ben entelektüel gelişim için onun geniş potansiyele sahip olduğunu ona işaret ediyorum. - When I call someone stupid, it's not an insult. I'm indicating to him that he has broad potential for intellectual development.

Gözlük takmak senin daha entelektüel görünmeni sağlar. - Wearing glasses makes you look more intellectual.

{s} zeki

O, güzel olmanın yanında kibar ve zekidir. - Besides being beautiful, she is kind and intellectual.

(Tıp) intelektüel
arif
akla ait
{i} aydın

Olgun insanlar fikirler hakkında konuşur, aydınlar gerçekler hakkında, ve sıradan insanlar da ne yedikleri hakkında konuşurlar. - Wise men talk about ideas, intellectuals about facts, and the ordinary man talks about what he eats.

Bir aydın, seksten daha ilginç bir şey keşfetmiş bir kişidir. - An intellectual is a person who has discovered something more interesting than sex.

anlıksal
zihinsel
akli
akıllı
zihni kabiliyet
akıllı/zihinsel
entelektüel kimse
anlayarak
{s} yüksek zekâ sahibi
münevver kimse
intellectualitymünevverlik
intellectually zeka ile
{i} aydın kimse
fikri
fikr
entel

Birine aptal dediğimde, bu bir hakaret değil. Ben entelektüel gelişim için onun geniş potansiyele sahip olduğunu ona işaret ediyorum. - When I call someone stupid, it's not an insult. I'm indicating to him that he has broad potential for intellectual development.

Aziz Augustine tarafından yazılan İtiraflar bize ortodokslukta biten entelektüel arayışın zamansız bir hikayesini anlatır. - Confessions by St. Augustine tells us the timeless story of an intellectual quest that ends in orthodoxy.

intellectual bondage
(Para) Fikri esaret
intellectual capital
entelektüel sermaye
intellectual function
(Tıp) intellektüel fonksiyonlar
intellectual life
entelektüel yaşam
intellectual ownership
düşünce iyeliği
intellectual property
(Kanun) entelektüel mülkiyet
intellectual freedom
düşünce özgürlüğü
intellectual aptitude
entelektüel yetenek
intellectual curiosity
entelektüel merakını
intellectual evaluator
entelektüel değerlendirmeci
intellectual property
Fikri haklar: zihinsel faaliyet sonucu ortaya çıkan ürünler üzerindeki haklar olarak yorumlanmalıdır. Marka, patent, tasarım, yayın hakları gibi haklar fikri haklardır
intellectual property
Fikrî mülkiyet. Akıl kullanılarak ortaya çıkarılan, telif hakları da alınabilen ticarî herhangi bir ürün
intellectual property right
fikri mülkiyet hakkı
intellectual property rights
Fikri mülkiyet hakları
intellectual property.
fikri mülkiyet
intellectual work
fikri eser
intellectual-property
fikri-mülkiyet
intellectual assets
(Politika, Siyaset) entelektüel kazanç
intellectual cinema
(Sinema) düşünce sineması
intellectual environment
entelektüel çevre
intellectual freedom see
düşünce özgürlüğü bknz
intellectual giftedness
(Tıp) üstün zekalılık
intellectual insight
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) tanımsal içgörü
intellectual norms
entelektüel normlar
intellectual ownership
dusunce iyeligi
intellectual power
zihinsel güç
intellectual power
akıl gücü
intellectually
akıl ile
intellectually
zekâ ile
intellectual property
(Politika, Siyaset) fikri hak
intellectuality
zihinsel yetenek
intellectuality
aydın olma
anti intellectual
anti entellektüel
court of intellectual and industrial property right
fikri sınai haklar mahkemesi
intellectuality
Zekîlik
public intellectual
Akademik sorunlardan çok kamu soru ve sorunlarına yönelen entelektüel kişi
world intellectual property organization
Dünya Fikri Mülkiyet Örgütü
intellectual property
(Hukuk) fikri mülkiyet
intellectuality
düşünsellik
intellectuality
entellektüellik
intellectually
anlayarak
intellectually
anlayarak/zekayla
intellectually
idrak ederek
intellectuals
aydınlar
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
An intelligent person, someone interested in intellectual matters
Suitable for exercising the intellect; formed by, and existing for, the intellect alone; perceived by the intellect; as, intellectual employments
Endowed with intellect; having the power of understanding; having capacity for the higher forms of knowledge or thought; characterized by intelligence or mental capacity; as, an intellectual person
The intellect or understanding; mental powers or faculties
Relating to the understanding; treating of the mind; as, intellectual philosophy, sometimes called "mental" philosophy
Belonging to, or performed by, the intellect; mental; as, intellectual powers, activities, etc
characterized by intelligence
appealing to or using the intellect; "satire is an intellectual weapon"; "intellectual workers engaged in creative literary or artistic or scientific labor"; "has tremendous intellectual sympathy for oppressed people"; "coldly intellectual"; "sort of the intellectual type"; "intellectual literature"
An intellectual is someone who spends a lot of time studying and thinking about complicated ideas. teachers, artists and other intellectuals. Intellectual is also an adjective. They were very intellectual and witty. an intelligent, well-educated person who spends time thinking about complicated ideas and discussing them academic
Having superior reasoning powers Able to acquire and retain knowledge
{i} highly intelligent person; person engaged in intellectual pursuits, academic
involving intelligence rather than emotions or instinct; "a cerebral approach to the problem"; "cerebral drama"
a person who uses the mind creatively appealing to or using the intellect; "satire is an intellectual weapon"; "intellectual workers engaged in creative literary or artistic or scientific labor"; "has tremendous intellectual sympathy for oppressed people"; "coldly intellectual"; "sort of the intellectual type"; "intellectual literature"
involving the faculty of knowing, perceiving, reasoning, reflecting
a person who uses the mind creatively
philosophy
adj Rational rather than emotional
{s} of or pertaining to the mind or intellect, mental, rational; highly intelligent, brilliant; devoted to mental or intellectual pursuits, academic
Relating to the understanding; treating of the mind; as, intellectual philosophy, sometimes called "mental"
of or associated with or requiring the use of the mind; "intellectual problems"; "the triumph of the rational over the animal side of man"
of or relating to the intellect; "his intellectual career
of or relating to the intellect; "his intellectual career"
Intellectual means involving a person's ability to think and to understand ideas and information. High levels of lead could damage the intellectual development of children + intellectually in·tel·lec·tual·ly intellectually satisfying work
"1 b : developed or chiefly guided by the intellect rather than by emotion or experience : RATIONAL"
heady
intellectual capital
the value of intellectual property
intellectual disabilities
plural form of intellectual disability
intellectual disability
A developmental disability
intellectual property
Any product of someone's intellect that has commercial value, especially copyrighted material, patents, and trademarks
intellectual property
A product of the intellect that has commercial value, including copyrighted property such as literary or artistic works, and ideational property, such as patents, appellations of origin, business methods, and industrial processes
intellectual property rights
Property rights over intellectual material (such as literature, music, patents, brand names, trademarks, etc.)
intellectual aptitude
mental ability
intellectual challenge
something which requires an effort on the part of the intellect
intellectual property
In very general terms, an IP is the result of using one's intellect to create something new and different from whatever was known before IP is also a legal concept, inasmuch, as like other property, it can be owned, sold, rented, given away, etc lPs are protected by patents, copyrights, trade secrets, trademarks, and know-how (secrecy) By state law, VCU must retain title to any and all intellectual properties (patents, copyrights, trademarks) developed with significant use of general funds, except with prior approval from the Governor However, the University or its VCU Intellectual Property Foundation can license IP
intellectual property
a term often used to refer generically to property rights created through intellectual and/or discovery efforts of a creator that are generally protectable under patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, trade dress or other law
intellectual property
– Anything protected as a trade secret, or protected by patents, copyrights, trade-marks, industrial designs, integrated circuit topography, or other similar rights
intellectual property
Property rights granted to creators of inventions or ideas embodied in products or production technologies for the purpose of promoting creativity in the arts and innovation in the economy Legally-sanctioned intellectual property rights include patents, copyrights, trademarks, and semiconductor chip designs These property rights generally grant their holders a temporary monopoly for the sale of the right to use the item in question, allowing them to fix whatever price they deem adequate compensation for their creative efforts
intellectual property
n Content of the human intellect deemed to be unique and original and to have marketplace valueand thus to warrant protection under the law Intellectual property includes but is not limited to ideas; inventions; literary works; chemical, business, or computer processes; and company or product names and logos Intellectual property protections fall into four categories: copyright (for literary works, art, and music), trademarks (for company and product names and logos), patents (for inventions and processes), and trade secrets (for recipes, code, and processes) Concern over defining and protecting intellectual property in cyberspace has brought this area of the law under intense scrutiny
intellectual property
An intangible asset, considered to have value in a market, based on unique or original human knowledge and intellect Intellectual property may or may not be associated with a patent or copyright
intellectual property
The general term for intangible property rights which are a result of intellectual effort Patents, trademarks, designs and copyright are the main intellectual property rights
intellectual property
Consists of two main branches: industrial property (e g , patents, inventions, trademarks, industrial designs,) and copyright (e g , literary, musical, artistic, photographic and audiovisual works)
intellectual property
knowledge, almost exclusively explicit, which is recognized and protected under the US laws for copyright, patents, trademarks, and trade secrets It is further characterized by being amenable to valuation which permit pricing and contractual agreements such as licensing View records related to this term
intellectual property
A collective term used to refer to new ideas, inventions, designs, writings, films, and others; protected by copyright, patents, trademarks, etc
intellectual property
The concept of legal protection for original creations It encompasses copyright, trademarks, and patents
intellectual property
Intellectual Property (IP) refers to the rights granted by law in relation to the fruits of human creative activity In the context of this policy, it includes copyright, all rights in relation to inventions , registered and unregistered trademarks, registered designs, and all other rights resulting from intellectual activity in the industrial, scientific, literary or artistic fields
intellectual property
refers to the intangible or intellectual nature of works or creations and the body of laws governing such property; there are six areas of intellectual property: patents, trademarks, industrial designs, confidential information, copyright, and integrated circuit topography protection Propriété intellectuelle
intellectual property
intangible property that is the result of creativity (such as patents or trademarks or copyrights)
intellectual property
Intellectual property represents the property of your mind or intellect Types of intellectual property include patents, trade marks, designs, confidential information/trade secrets, copyright, circuit layout rights, plant breeder's rights etc
intellectual property
IP represents the property of your mind or intellect Types of intellectual property include patents, trademarks, designs, confidential information/trade secrets, copyright, and so on
intellectual property
Collectively, the patents, provisional patent applications, trade secrets, copyrights, trademarks, service marks, ideas, know-how and other proprietary and confidential information of the client, whether or not in written form
intellectual property
Intellectual Property rights include patent rights, plant variety protection certificates, unpublished patent applications and inventions that may or may not be legally protectable
intellectual property
traditionally includes the three legal areas of patents, trademarks, and copyrights While not statutory, common usage of "intellectual property" also includes trade secrets, potentially patentable works-in-progress, and certain institutionalized practices and procedures that are maintained on a confidential basis and that contribute value to an enterprise As is true of most legal matters, intellectual property is complicated by overlapping with other legal concerns, particularly torts and property law
intellectual property
Creative ideas and expressions of the human mind that possess commercial value and receive the legal protection of a property right The major legal mechanisms for protecting intellectual property rights are copyrights, patents, and trademarks Intellectual property rights enable owners to select who may access and use their property, and to protect it from unauthorized use
intellectual property
A form of creative endeavour that can be protected through a copyright, trade-mark, patent, industrial design or integrated circuit topography
intellectual property
An idea or innovation that that is created or discovered Intellectual property can be something you write, design, invent, speak, draw, sing, etc It is protected by trade secrets, patents, trademarks, and copyright laws, depending on the specific type of intellectual property Back
intellectual property
A product of the intellect that has commercial value, including copyrighted property such as literary or artistic works, and ideational property, such as patents, appellations of origin, business methods, and industrial processes. something which someone has invented or has the right to make or sell, especially something that cannot legally be copied by other people. Property that derives from the work of an individual's mind or intellect. Early copyright law aimed to protect the economic interests of book publishers rather than the intellectual rights of authors. Modern copyright law protects the labour of elaborating an idea, but not the idea itself. The concept of discovery also plays a role in intellectual property rights: a patent is awarded to one who can demonstrate that he or she has invented something not previously known. The World Trade Organization requires members to establish and enforce minimum levels of copyright, patent, and trademark protection within their jurisdictions. The World Intellectual Property Organization, which began operations in 1970, promotes the worldwide protection of both industrial property (inventions, trademarks, and designs) and copyrighted materials (literary, musical, photographic, and other artistic works)
intellectual property
rather than attempt our own definition of what "intellectual property" may be, we depend instead on definitions agreed by the World Intellectual Property Organization and related international treaties like the Berne Convention
intellectual property
Property that enjoys legal protection and stems from the exercise of the mind Includes patents, trademarks, copyright, design protection and some minor rights
intellectual property
(Ticaret) An intangible asset, considered to have value in a market, based on unique or original human knowledge and intellect. Intellectual property may or may not be associated with a patent or copyright
intellectual property
Intangible items protected by patents, trademarks and copyrights, such as creative works and inventions There are international organizations that deal solely with intellectual property, and increased protection of intellectual property, and increased protection of intellectual properly rights is an issue of discussion in GATT, WTO and other talks
intellectual property
a broad term that includes inventions, discoveries, know-how, processes, methods, materials, copyrightable works, original data, and other creative or artistic works (which may have value) Intellectual property includes that which is protectable by statute or legislation, such as patents, copyrights, trademarks, service marks, trade secrets, mask works, and plant varieties It also includes the physical embodiments of intellectual effort, for example, models, machines, devices, designs, apparatus, instrumentation, circuits, computer programs and visualizations, biological materials, chemicals, other compositions of matter, plants, and records of research At SIUC, intellectual property most frequently refers to patentable inventions and copyrightable works created by faculty and staff in the course of their research or scholarly activities
intellectual skill
mental skill, skill which involves the intellect
anti-intellectual
indifferent or hostile to cultural or intellectual ideas
intellectual.
eggheaded
intellectuality
mentality
ıntellectual
{n} understanding, ideal
intellectuality
1. the quality or state of being intellectual.2. intellectual character or power
public intellectual
Public intellectual is a common term for an intellectual engaged in public rather than academic or other professional discourse
An intellectual
thinker
anti-intellectual
smug and ignorant and indifferent or hostile to artistic and cultural values
intellectuality
Intellectual powers; possession of intellect; quality of being intellectual
intellectually
in an intellectual manner; "intellectually gifted children"; "intellectually influenced"
intellectually
from an intellectual point of view; in an intellectual manner
intellectually
In an intellectual manner
intellectually
in an intellectual manner; "intellectually gifted children"; "intellectually influenced
intellectuals
plural of intellectual
pseudo-intellectual
pretending to be intellectual
intellectual
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