legacy

listen to the pronunciation of legacy
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} miras

Ronnie'nin müzik ve mirası hepimizin içinde yaşıyor! - Ronnie's music and legacy live in all of us!

Para halamdan bir mirastır. - The money is a legacy from my aunt.

{i} kalıt
(Kanun) bağış
(Hukuk) geçmişin kalıtı
(Hukuk) artakalan şey
(Kanun) teberru
legacy duty
(Kanun) veraset ve intikal vergisi
legacy hunter
(Kanun) dolandırıcı
legacy tax
(Kanun) intikal vergisi
legacy application
mevcut uygulama
legacy systems
eski sistemler
leave a legacy
miras bırak
mathematical legacy
matematiksel miras
conditional legacy
(Kanun) şartlı vasiyet
conditional legacy
(Kanun) koşullu vasiyet
conditional legacy
(Kanun) şartlı menkul vasiyeti
general legacy
(Kanun) belirsiz mal vasiyeti
specific legacy
(Kanun) muayyen şeyin vasiyeti
unspecified legacy
(Kanun) belirsiz mal vasiyeti
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
money or property bequeathed to someone in a will
Something inherited from a predecessor; a heritage

John Muir left as his legacy an enduring spirit of respect for the environment.

left behind; old or no longer in active use

They expect it to take years to process and import all the legacy data.

The descendant of an alumnus

Because she was a legacy, her mother's sorority rushed her.

of a computer system that has been in service for many years and that a business still relies upon, even though it is becoming expensive or difficult to maintain
a bequest
{n} a bequest or thing left by will
(Bilgisayar) Denoting hardware or software that has been superseded but is difficult to replace because of its wide use
(Bilgisayar) Yaygın kullanımından dolayı yerine başkası konamayan; yeri doldurulamayan (yazılım, donanım vs.)
Technically, a bequest of cash Example: Testator T's will makes a bequest to L of $10,000 The gift is a legacy See also: Bequest, Memorial Fund, Planned Giving, Will Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
Transfer of personal property through a will
a sister/brother, son/daughter or grandson/granddaughter of an initiated member of a sorority or fraternity
Also Fig
money or property bequeathed to someone by will
System that currently supports any University of Houston System business functions, such as admitting students, for example, the Registration and Records, Admissions, Payroll and Alumni Records systems PeopleSoft modules will replace many of the legacy systems
A legacy is money or property which someone leaves to you when they die. You could make a real difference to someone's life by leaving them a generous legacy
The gift that an individual leaves, both in the details of their will and in the tradition of giving they shared with their descendents (See Bequest)
of money or personal property; a bequest
{i} inheritance, bequest; something handed down from one's ancestors
Any feature in the PC system based on older technology for which compatibility continues to be maintained in other system components
A potential new member whose parents or siblings were a member of a fraternity/sorority
A gift of personal property by will; the same as a bequest A person receiving such a gift is called a legatee
A computer, system, or software that was created for a specific purpose, but is now outdated Anything left over from a previous version of the hardware or software
This fee is used to produce the University's student-edited feature magazine, published twice in the fall semester and twice in the spring semester The magazine offers campus-oriented feature stories and entertainment It also provides a hands on laboratory experience for students interested in writing, photography, and design
A disposition of money or personal prop erty by will
OF or pertaining to documents, data or hardware that existed prior to a certain time The designation refers particularly to a change in process or technique that requires translating old data files to a new system
Gift of money by will
(law) a gift of personal property by will
as, a legacy of dishonor or disease
A rushee whose parents or siblings were a member of the same fraternity/sorority that they are pursuing
Information stored in an old system and is unreadable by the new system Legacy systems typically require some program to translate them into the new format
Any feature in the computer system based on older technology for which compatibility continues to be maintained in other system components In the context of Windows 98, a non–Plug and Play feature
property or money bequeathed to someone in a will
a legacy is a gift in a will of money or personal property
A gift left to someone in a persons Will The legacy can be specific (i e , a specific item such as a piece of jewellery) or of a cash sum PROBATE, WILLS & TAX
A prospective member whose grandmother, mother, or sister is an alumna of, or active in, a particular sorority (The exact definition varies from one sorority to another ) A sorority is not obligated to pledge its legacies
A person who has an immediate relative who is an alumnus or active member of a fraternity or sorority Being a legacy does not guarantee one membership, however
A legacy of an event or period of history is something which is a direct result of it and which continues to exist after it is over. a programme to overcome the legacy of inequality and injustice created by Apartheid
a computer, system, or software that was created for a specific purpose but is now outdated; anything left over from a previous version of the hardware or software
a rushee of a fraternity/sorority who is a son/daughter, sister/brother, or granddaughter/grandson of a member of a Greek organization
A prospective member whose grandfather, father, or brother is an alum of, or active in a particular Fraternity You are not obligated to pledge a Fraternity because you are a legacy, but you will generally get special consideration by the Brothers of the Fraternity to give you a bid
A business with which one is intrusted by another; a commission; obsolete, except in the phrases last legacy, dying legacy, and the like
A gift of property by will, esp
legacy code
Source code that relates to a no-longer supported or manufactured operating system or other computer technology
legacy student
A student who is admitted to a school (often a college or university), primarily because one or both of their parents are alumni of the same institution
legacy system
An old computer system or application program that continues to be used because the user (typically an organization) does not want to replace or redesign it
legacy systems
plural form of legacy system
legacy application
(Bilgisayar) An old computer system or application program which continues to be used because the user (typically an organisation) does not want to replace or redesign it
legacy application
application that has been used for a long time, application that is no longer efficient or compatible with new technology but has not been replaced or modified because of the expense or difficulty (on a mainframe or miniframe)
legacy data
Data that is left over from previous technologies The analog recordings on tape are the legacy data that the Consortium wants to address This normally involves a conversion process
legacy data
Data contained by a system used prior to the installation of a new system Often legacy data resides on mainframe systems, which may have been replaced by client/server systems or Web-enabled systems (1)
legacy data
is existing data that has been acquired by an organisation
legacy data
Existing data that has been acquired by an organization
legacy data
Data stored on older computer systems or in older file or database formats, that often remains behind as the legacy of out-dated technologies Often, this data presents a formidable challenge to client-server developers because it is still useful, but not always easy to integrate into more current systems
legacy during lifetime
property that is transferred before the death of the testator
legacy duty
tax on inherited money or property
legacy system
An older computer system or program that is still valuable to the user, but may not be compatible with newer systems
legacy system
This term is not defined precisely and has an emotional component Usually, it refers to the fact that systems are often developed over a long period of time in an incremental manner without proper documentation so that it becomes increasingly difficult to maintain them For example, as the number of functions added to the system increases, the difficulty of adding new functions increases as well since each new function has to be evaluated with regard to its impact on the other functions already included in the system Also, adapting the system to changing business environments can generally only be done by incremental changes, i e by adding functionality rather than by chaning the structure of the system All these difficulties may lead to a situation where a company's computer-based information system is considered a burden rather than a support, i e a burden inherited from past (myopic) decisions
legacy system
older computer system or application program that is no longer efficient or compatible with new technology but has not been replaced or modified because of the expense or difficulty
legacy system
Those systems in existence and either deployed or under development at the start of a modernization program All legacy systems will be affected by modernization to a greater or lesser extent Some systems will become transition systems before they are retired Other systems will simply be retired as their functions are assumed by modernization systems Still others will be abandoned when they become obsolete [Treasury Enterprise Architecture Framework]
legacy system
An existing or inherited system used to run significant business functions that will be used as the base for conversion to or integration with a new system Legacy systems are typically replaced due to technical or functional obsolescence, or because the organization owning the system has been acquired
legacy system
An old computer system (usually mainframe) that might work OK, but is hard or impossible to enhance or upgrade to new functionality Shorthand for “Hey, not my fault! I didn’t design it ”
legacy system
existing computing base, often out-of-date
legacy system
An information system that has been in use for a long time, usually on a mainframe or minicomputer
legacy system
When a new computer-based information system is developed, it may be necessary to retain hardware but more often software from the earlier system In these cases, the software that has been retained is referred to as a legacy system
legacy system
An existing operational system which is used for entering data about the com-pany's operations
legacy system
A previously existing system or application
legacy system
An existing system, usually a computer system, that must be accommodated in building new systems
legacy system
An older or outdated computer system or application program that continues to be used because of the exorbitant cost of replacing or reengineering it Often such systems offer little competitiveness and compatibility with modern equivalents Legacy systems are frequently large, monolithic and difficult to modify, and scrapping a legacy system often requires reengineering a firm's business processes as well
legacy system
An information system that has been in use for a long time usually on a mainframe or minicomputer At Ole Miss, examples of legacy systems are the administrative computing modules that run under the MVS operating system, some of which were written in COBOL 25 years ago
legacy system
In-place systems using older (often outdated) technology
legacy system
is a system, application, or operating system, which is from a previous generation of computer systems
legacy system
An existing automated information system (AIS) or application which will be replaced in whole or part by a migration system
legacy system
An old database or other application, technically superseded but still in use
legacy system
An older stand-alone computer system within an organization with older versions of applications that are either fast approaching or beyond the end of their useful life within the organization
legacy system
A system that is developed without using an enterprise data architecture approach
legacy system
Represents the current Human Resources (HRMIS) and Financials (FRS) systems that will be replaced by the new PeopleSoft system Retirement strategies are to be determined
legacy system
For NonStop™ CORBA, an existing system that is not based on the CORBA model
legacy systems
The older, traditional mainframe-based business information systems of an organization
legacy systems
Large, entrenched systems, consisting of thousands of programs written and modified over ten to twenty years that cannot be changed because of their complexity or lack of documentation
legacy systems
Operative systems using old data management technology
legacy systems
Legacy systems are the information resources currently available to the organization They include existing mainframes, personal computers, serial terminals, networks, databases, operating systems, application programs and all other forms of hardware and software that a company may own Typically they are, like most legacies, of great value to the organization, and for this reason, it is not viable to replace an entire system, when changing the programs that run on it Unfortunately, most legacy systems cannot easily or economically be extended, modified or otherwise modified to fulfill new requirements
legacy systems
A mainframe or minicomputer information system that has been in existence for a long period of time
legacy systems
Mainframe and minicomputer systems which pre-date LANs and Bridge/Router based WAN internetworking
legacy systems
Computer applications -- both hardware and software -- which have been inherited through previous acquisition and installation Most often, these systems run business applications which are not integrated with each other
legacy systems
Older computing technology used by an organization over time Legacy systems perform business-critical functions and can be integrated with newer systems
legacy systems
Computer systems or application programs which are outdated and incompatible with other systems, but are too costly to replace or redesign They are often large, intimidating, and difficult to modify
legacy systems
Hardware and software applications in which a company has already invested considerable time and money Legacy systems typically perform critical operations in companies for many years even though they may no longer use state- of- the- art technology Replacing legacy systems can be disruptive and therefore requires careful planning and appropriate migration support from the manufacturer [ISPE International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering Glossary: Resources and glossaries, Michelle Gonzalez] http: //www ispe org/
legacy systems
Currently existing computer systems (e g UFAS, etc )
general legacy
unspecified assets bequeathed in a will
handing down a legacy
passing down a legacy from one generation to another; giving property to another via a will
legacies
plural of legacy
legacy
The gift that an individual leaves, both in the details of their will and in the tradition of giving they shared with their descendents (See Bequest)
legacy
A prospective member whose grandmother, mother, or sister is an alumna of, or active in, a particular sorority (The exact definition varies from one sorority to another ) A sorority is not obligated to pledge its legacies
legacy
A prospective member whose grandfather, father, or brother is an alum of, or active in a particular Fraternity You are not obligated to pledge a Fraternity because you are a legacy, but you will generally get special consideration by the Brothers of the Fraternity to give you a bid
legacy
A disposition of money or personal prop erty by will
legacy
Any feature in the computer system based on older technology for which compatibility continues to be maintained in other system components In the context of Windows 98, a non–Plug and Play feature
legacy
Information stored in an old system and is unreadable by the new system Legacy systems typically require some program to translate them into the new format
legacy
A gift left to someone in a persons Will The legacy can be specific (i e , a specific item such as a piece of jewellery) or of a cash sum PROBATE, WILLS & TAX
legacy
Transfer of personal property through a will
legacy
A potential new member whose parents or siblings were a member of a fraternity/sorority
legacy
A gift of personal property by will; the same as a bequest A person receiving such a gift is called a legatee
legacy
This fee is used to produce the University's student-edited feature magazine, published twice in the fall semester and twice in the spring semester The magazine offers campus-oriented feature stories and entertainment It also provides a hands on laboratory experience for students interested in writing, photography, and design
legacy
A person who has an immediate relative who is an alumnus or active member of a fraternity or sorority Being a legacy does not guarantee one membership, however
legacy
System that currently supports any University of Houston System business functions, such as admitting students, for example, the Registration and Records, Admissions, Payroll and Alumni Records systems PeopleSoft modules will replace many of the legacy systems
legacy
bequest: (law) a gift of personal property by will
legacy
Any feature in the PC system based on older technology for which compatibility continues to be maintained in other system components
legacy
OF or pertaining to documents, data or hardware that existed prior to a certain time The designation refers particularly to a change in process or technique that requires translating old data files to a new system
legacy
a sister/brother, son/daughter or grandson/granddaughter of an initiated member of a sorority or fraternity
legacy
a rushee of a fraternity/sorority who is a son/daughter, sister/brother, or granddaughter/grandson of a member of a Greek organization
legacy
a legacy is a gift in a will of money or personal property
legacy
money or property bequeathed to someone by will
legacy
Gift of money by will
legacy
A rushee whose parents or siblings were a member of the same fraternity/sorority that they are pursuing
legacy
a computer, system, or software that was created for a specific purpose but is now outdated; anything left over from a previous version of the hardware or software
legacy
property or money bequeathed to someone in a will
legacy
A computer, system, or software that was created for a specific purpose, but is now outdated Anything left over from a previous version of the hardware or software
legacy
Technically, a bequest of cash Example: Testator T's will makes a bequest to L of $10,000 The gift is a legacy See also: Bequest, Memorial Fund, Planned Giving, Will Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
legacy

    Расстановка переносов

    leg·a·cy

    Турецкое произношение

    legısi

    Произношение

    /ˈlegəsē/ /ˈlɛɡəsiː/

    Этимология

    [ le-g&-sE ] (noun.) 15th century. From Old French legacie, from Medieval Latin legatia Latin lēgātum, participle of lēgō.

    Видео

    ... There's only one legacy player in the media industry, which ...
    ... The legacy of these first civilizations ...

    Слово дня

    llano
Избранное