licence

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} lisans

Polis olay yerinde Tom'un lisansını askıya aldı. - The police suspended Tom's licence on the spot.

Benim lisansımda üç nokta var. - I have three points on my licence.

(Kanun) ruhsatiye
yasal izin
(Kanun) izin tezkeresi vermek
resmi izin vermek
ehliyet

Bir araba ehliyeti 18 yaşından itibaren alınabilir. - A car licence can be held from age 18.

O ehliyetsiz araç kullanıyor. - He drives without licence.

aşırı serbestlik
ruhsat vermek
ruhsat

Ben geçici bir ruhsat aldım. - I've got a provisional licence.

{f} lisans ver
izin
yetki vermek
ruhsat,v.lisans ver: n.lisans
serbestlik/ruhsat
ruhsat ver
{i} özgürlüğün kötüye kullanılması
i., İng., bak. license
{f} izin vermek
{i} evlenme cüzdanı
(Askeri) patent
(Kanun) patent vermek
tezkere
(Kanun) yetki
lisans vermek
driving licence
ehliyet

O herkesten daha az zamanda ehliyetini aldı. - He got his driving licence in less time than anyone.

O yirmi sekiz yaşına kadar ehliyet almadı. - He didn't get a driving licence until he was twenty-eight.

license
{i} ruhsat

Ruhsatın olmadan ava gitmemelisin. - You're not supposed to go hunting without a license.

Ruhsatsız balık avlamaktan ceza yedim. - I was fined for fishing without a license.

license
{i} lisans

Sürücü lisansım bu ayın sonunda sona eriyor. - My driver's license expires at the end of this month.

Topladığımız tüm cümleleri Creative Commons Attribution lisansı altında serbest bırakıyoruz. - We're releasing all the sentences we collect under the Creative Commons Attribution license.

licence plate
plaka

Özel plakanız var mı? - Do you have special licence plates?

licence fee
lisans vergini
licence holder
lisans sahibi
licence plate light
plaka aydınlatma ışığı
licence of authorization
yetki belgesi
licence for nuclear installation
(Nükleer Bilimler) nükleer tesis lisansı
licence form
lisans formu
licence income
(Ticaret) lisans geliri
licence proceedings
(Kanun) lisans davası
licence requirements
(Ticaret) lisans şartları
licence tax
(Ticaret) patent resmi
licence to use
kullanma ruhsatı
liquor licence
içki ruhsat
driving licence
sürücü belgesi
license
ehliyet

O, ona bir araba aldı, ama onun bir sürücü ehliyeti yoktu bu yüzden o onu hiçbir yere süremedi. - She bought him a car, but he didn't have a driver's license so he couldn't drive it anywhere.

Ehliyetimi geçen ay yenilettim. - I had my driver's license renewed last month.

delivery licence
teslim ruhsatı
driving licence
şoför ehliyeti
export licence
(Askeri,Ticaret) ihraç lisansı
license
(Kanun) permi
license
lisans vermek
license
(Ticaret) yetki belgesi
license
(Kanun) patent vermek
license
izin

Ehliyetine bakmama izin ver. - Let me take a look at your driver's license.

Neden ehliyet almama izin vermedin? - Why wouldn't you let me get a driver's license?

license
izin belgesi

Tom'un bir izin belgesi var mı? - Does Tom have a license?

license
ruhsatlandırmak
license
(Kanun) ruhsatiye
license
yasal izin
license
(Kanun) yetki
license
(Kanun) izin tezkeresi vermek
subject to licence
(Ticaret) lisansa tabidir
contract of licence
lisans sözleşmesi
driver licence
ehliyet
export licence
ihracat izni
import licence
ithal lisansı
letter of licence
izin mektubu
license
{f} lisansla
license
(Aİ) bkz.licence
marriage licence
nikâh kâğıdı
a driving licence
ehliyet
artistic licence
sanatsal lisans
biking licence
Bisiklet ehliyeti
driver licence
sürücü belgesi
import licence
İthalat izni, ithalat ruhsatı
inward processing licence
(İthalat, İhracat) Dahilde İşleme İzin Belgesi
pilots licence
pilot lisansı
pre-licence
Lisans öncesi, ehliyet alımı öncesi
provisional licence
geçici lisans
sexual licence
Cinsel serbestlik, cinsellik konusunda tabulara sahip olmama

They accused them of sexual licence and homosexuality.

buy licence
lisans almak
buy one's licence
lisansını almak
excise licence
içki satma ruhsatı
forfeit one's licence
ruhsatını kaybetmek
gain licence
lisans almak
game licence
av ruhsatı
hunting licence
avlanma ruhsatı
inward processing licence
(Ticaret) dahilde işleme izin belgeleri
ip licence
(Ticaret) fikri mülkiyet lisansı
license
çapkınlık
license
{f} izin vermek
license
yazıda ve sanatta kaidelere riayetsizlik
license
li- cense tax içki satışı için verilen ruhsat parası
license
ruhsatname
license
{i} evlenme cüzdanı
license
izin tezkeresi
license
{i} özgürlüğün kötüye kullanılması
license
export license ihraç
license
{f} yetki vermek
license
{i} aşırı serbestlik
license
{f} izin belgesi vermek
license
{f} lisans ver
license
(Hukuk) yetkilendirmek
license
ruhsat vermek
license
licence izin
license
nizama riayetsizlik
marriage licence
(Kanun) evlilik izni
marriage licence
nikah kağıdı
marriage licence
nikâh kâğıdı, evlenme izni
marriage licence
(Kanun) evlenme ehliyet belgesi
mining licence
(Ticaret) maden izni
mining licence
(Ticaret) maden arama izni
mining licence
(Ticaret) maden ruhsatı
mining licence
(Ticaret) maden arama ruhsatı
obtain licence
lisans çıkarmak
obtain licence
lisans almak
obtain one's licence
lisansını almak
off licence
içki satılan dükkân
off licence
içki satma ruhsatı
operator licence
(Nükleer Bilimler) işletme lisansı
outward processing licence
(Ticaret) hariçte işleme izin belgesi
pilot’s licence
(Askeri) pilot lisansı
professional licence
meslek ruhsatı
professional licence license
meslek ruhsatı
renewal of a licence
ruhsatın yenilenmesi
residential usage licence
iskan ruhsatı
residential usage licence
yapı kullanma izni
revoke a licence
ruhsatı geri almak
selling licence
(Ticaret) satış lisansı
statutory licence system
(Politika, Siyaset) yasal lisans sistemi
take out a licence
ruhsat çıkarmak
take out a licence
(Ticaret) lisans almak
term of the licence
ruhsat süreci
term of the licence
(Ticaret) lisansın süresi
trading licence
(Ticaret) işyeri açma ruhsatı
vehicle licence
araç ruhsatı
vehicle licence
ruhsat (araba)
vehicle licence
taşıt ruhsatı
vehicle licence
araba ruhsatı
wedding licence
(Kanun) evlilik izni
win licence
lisans almak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Alternative spelling of license
Alternative spelling of license. The verb form is normally spelt license
Standard spelling of the noun form of license
{n} permission, liberty
The document that all Radio Stations in Canada must attain specifies the call sign assigned to the station, the assigned frequencies, type of radio equipment authorized and any special conditions under which the station should be operated
{i} permit, certificate; authority; authorization; freedom (action, belief, etc.); unrestraint, immoderation (alternate spelling for license)
{f} issue a license, grant a permit; authorize, permit, allow
Legal agreement granting someone permission to use a work for certain purposes or under certain conditions A licence does not constitute a change in ownership of the copyright
The means by which the owner of a design gives permission to another person to carry out an action which, without such permission, would infringe the design Thus a licence can allow another person to legitimately manufacture, use or sell a design In return, the design owner will usually receive royalty payments
A special permission to do something on, or with, somebody else's property which, were it not for the licence, could be legally prevented or give rise to legal action in tort or trespass A common example is allowing a person to walk across your lawn which, if it were not for the licence, would constitute trespass Licences are revocable at will (unless supported by a contract) and, as such, differs from an easement (the latter conveying a legal interest in the land) Licences which are not based on a contract and which are fully revocable are called "simple" or "bare" licences A common example is the shopping centre to which access by the public is on the basis of an implied licence
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excessive freedom; lack of due restraint; "when liberty becomes license dictatorship is near"- Will Durant; "the intolerable license with which the newspapers break the rules of decorum"- Edmund Burke
Consent given by the owner of rights to someone to do something that only the owner can do
li·cence licences in AM, use license
university degree awarded after a notional three years
freedom to deviate deliberately from normally applicable rules or practices (especially in behavior or speech)
An ATC licence indicates a controller's qualifications and includes a record of his competence at a particular unit together with his medical classification
A licence is an official document which gives you permission to do, use, or own something. Payne lost his driving licence a year ago for drink-driving The painting was returned to Spain on a temporary import licence It gained a licence to operate as a bank from the Bank of England in 1981
a licence issued under Part 4 or 4A of the EPA, with or without development approval, to carry out a Level 1 ERA
disapproval If you say that something gives someone licence or a licence to act in a particular way, you mean that it gives them an excuse to behave in an irresponsible or excessive way. `Dropping the charges has given racists a licence to kill,' said Jim's aunt. see also poetic licence
Mechanism used by the NSW EPA to regulate and control environmental pollution
authorize officially; "I am licensed to practice law in this state"
A nuclear site licence Under the Nuclear Installation Act 1965, no site may be used for the purpose of installing or operating a nuclear reactor, other than a reactor in a means of transport, unless a licence has been granted by HSE (some MOD sites are exempt) The granting of a nuclear site licence imposes an absolute liability upon the licensee as regards injury to persons or damage to property arising from a nuclear occurrence
If someone does something under licence, they do it by special permission from a government or other authority. a company which made the Mig-21 jet fighter under licence from Russia
Alternative spelling of license, generally considered to be erroneous. The verb form should normally be spelt as license
a legal document giving official permission to do something
(Permis) - means any right of use or occupation of real property that is not an interest in land
licence to crenellate
In medieval Britain, a licence, granted by the king giving permission to fortify a manor house
licence to print money
A means of generating a large income with little effort
licence to print money
The authority to print money, usually given to a central bank exclusively as the issuer of currency
artistic licence
Any departure from convention or from factual accuracy taken by an artist to achieve a desired effect
driver's licence
An official identification document which states the recipient may drive a motorized vehicle
driving licence
An official identification document which states the recipient may drive a motorised vehicle
license
Freedom to deviate deliberately from normally applicable rules or practices (especially in behavior or speech)
license
A legal document giving official permission to do something; a permit
license
An academic degree, the holder of which is called a licentiate, ranking slightly below doctorate, awarded by certain European and Latin-American universities
off-licence
A shop selling alcohol for consumption only off the premises
poetic licence
Any departure from convention or from factual accuracy taken by a writer to achieve a desired effect
road fund licence
A paper disc displayed on the windscreen of a road vehicle to show that road tax has been paid
license
{n} permission, liberty
license
{v} to grant leave set at liberty
Airline Transport Pilot Licence
(Havacılık) The Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL or ATP) is the highest level of aircraft pilot certification. Those certified as Airline Transport Pilots are authorized to act as pilot-in-command of an aircraft in air carrier service
driving licence
A driving licence is a card showing that you are qualified to drive because you have passed a driving test. an official document or card that says that you are legally allowed to drive American Equivalent: driver's license
driving licence
a license authorizing the bearer to drive a motor vehicle
license
a contract in which the owner of the patent grants another person or company permission to make, use, or sell the patented invention Licenses may be exclusive (if a single manufacturer is licensed to develop the invention) or nonexclusive (if multiple manufacturers are licensed to develop it) Licenses can extend for the entire length of the patent or for shorter periods of time
license
An authorization from the state granting permission to perform duties which, without such permission, would be illegal
license
– A contractual arrangement whereby one person (Licensor) licenses another person (Licensee) some or all trade secret, patent, copyright, trade-mark or intellectual property rights the Licensor has in or to an invention Unlike an assignment, a license does not transfer ownership A sub-license occurs when the Licensee has rights to further license the Licensee’s rights to a third party A license may be for a set term or perpetual, be non-exclusive or exclusive, and is often granted in exchange for royalties or other compensation
license
To license a person or activity means to give official permission for the person to do something or for the activity to take place. a proposal that would require the state to license guns Under the agreement, the council can license a U.S. company to produce the drug. to give official permission for someone to do or produce something, or for an activity to take place be licensed to do sth
license
The right to perform certain activities, generally granted by a governmental agency
license
Excessive freedom; lack of due restraint
license
{i} official permission, authorization; document which shows proof of authorization, certificate; freedom (of action, belief, etc.); lack of restraint, excessive freedom
license
1 A privilege or right granted to a person by a state to operate as a real estate broker or salesperson 2 The revocable permission for a temporary use of landa personal right that cannot be sold
license
a license is a right granted to a person or company to exercise rights over or in connection with something owned by another Thus, for example, a license could be granted to enter land, to use a trademark, to carry out a mechanical or chemical process or simply to use goods owned by another The key feature of a license is that it is a right, usually limited by time to use something which continues to be owned by someone else, rather than the transfer to a person of the thing or the full rights to it
license
A special permission to do something on, or with, somebody else's property which, were it not for the license, could be legally prevented or give rise to legal action in tort or trespass A common example is allowing a person to walk across your lawn which, if it were not for the license, would constitute trespass Licenses are revocable at will (unless supported by a contract) and, as such, differs from an easement (the latter conveying a legal interest in the land) Licenses which are not based on a contract and which are fully revocable are called "simple" or "bare" licenses A common example is the shopping mall to which access by the public is on the basis of an implied license
license
Formal permission granted by the U S Department of Commerce and/or Department of State to export specific commodities, technology, or software to a particular destination and end user for a specified end use
license
lic
license
the rules of decorum"- Edmund Burke authorize officially; "I am licensed to practice law in this state
license
An authority granted by the United States to do a particular act or series of acts upon public lands without the licensee possessing any estate or interest in the land itself
license
the approval by a governmental agency, usually at the state level, for an individual to be a teacher in the designated state, grade levels, subject areas, and specialties Licensure indicates that the candidate has met a minimum level of requirements, designed to ensure the protection of student, public health, safety, and welfare interests See Certification, Credentialing
license
Permission to do something which, without such permission, would be illegal For example, a license to use digital information gives the Licensee permission to access and use the information under the terms and conditions described in the agreement between the Licensor and the Licensee
license
1 A permit obtained from local government authorities to conduct certain types of business activities, such as a restaurant, or events, such as a parade 2 An agreement under which one company may use the logo or other property of another, as on a tee shirt
license
excessive freedom; lack of due restraint; "when liberty becomes license dictatorship is near"- Will Durant; "the intolerable license with which the newspapers break the rules of decorum"- Edmund Burke
license
An academic degree, the holder of which is called a licentiate, ranking slightly below doctorate, awarded by certain European and South American Universities
license
Excess of liberty; freedom abused, or used in contempt of law or decorum; disregard of law or propriety
license
Authorize officially
license
A transfer of patent rights that does not amount to an assignment A license, which can be exclusive or non-exclusive, does not give the licensee the legal title to the patent
license
a legal document giving official permission to do something
license
the act of giving a formal (usually written) authorization
license
The legal terms under which a person is allowed to use a product, especially software
license
To permit or authorize by license; to give license to; as, to license a man to preach
license
A legal document giving official permission to do something, a permit
license
legal permission from a patent owner to practice an invention License agreements include miscellaneous financial and diligence terms
license
authorize officially; "I am licensed to practice law in this state"
license
Certificate of proficiency recognizing that a skydiver has met a specified level of experience, skill, and knowledge There are four classes of USPA licenses: A, B, C and D USPA licenses are recognized internationally through the FAI
license
An agreement in which a national government gives an oil company the rights to explore for and produce oil and/or gas in a designated area
license
The right to do something In publishing, the right to publish a book or books, or to something from one book in another product
license
That deviation from strict fact, form, or rule, in which an artist or writer indulges, assuming that it will be permitted for the sake of the advantage or effect gained; as, poetic license; grammatical license, etc
license
A certificate of authority issued by the Department of Insurance to an insurer, agent, broker, or broker-agent to transact insurance business
license
{f} issue a license, grant a permit; authorize, permit, allow
license
Permission to go upon or use the land of another, the permission being a personal privilege and not constituting an interest in the land
license
- Permission to go upon or use the land of another, the permission being a personal privilege and not constituting an interest in the land
license
the act of giving a formal (usually written) authorization a legal document giving official permission to do something freedom to deviate deliberately from normally applicable rules or practices (especially in behavior or speech) excessive freedom; lack of due restraint; "when liberty becomes license dictatorship is near"- Will Durant; "the intolerable license with which the newspapers break
license
License means any one of those offerings identified in the Product List (including standard licenses and upgrades for desktop operating systems) that provides the right to run the version of the product for which it is ordered
license
Authority or liberty given to do or forbear any act; especially, a formal permission from the proper authorities to perform certain acts or to carry on a certain business, which without such permission would be illegal; a grant of permission; as, a license to preach, to practice medicine, to sell gunpowder or intoxicating liquors
license
The document granting such permission
license
When you purchase a copy of a computer program, you are granted a license to use that program under specified conditions Use outside the provisions of the license is a violation of copyright and other laws Software loaded on servers is generally purchased with several licenses, meaning that the number of licenses regulates the number of people that can use the software at once Programs called "license auditors" are often used on servers to prevent too many people from using the software simultaneously
license
Authority granted by the owner of an intellectual property to another allowing the latter the right to use it in some limited way
license
- a contract that grants a party explicit rights to use intellectual property Also, a digital permit containing descriptions of rights that can be applied to one or more pieces of content
marriage licence
a license authorizing a man and a woman to marry
marriage licence
marriage license an official written document saying that two people are allowed to get married
off-licence
An off-licence is a shop which sells beer, wine, and other alcoholic drinks. a shop that sells wine, beer, and other alcoholic drinks, in bottles or cans American Equivalent: liquor store
off-licence
a store that sells alcoholic beverages for consumption elsewhere
poetic licence
If someone such as a writer or film director uses poetic licence, they break the usual rules of language or style, or they change the facts, in order to create a particular effect. All that stuff about catching giant fish was just a bit of poetic licence. poetic license the freedom that poets and other artists have to change facts, ignore grammar rules etc, because what they are making is poetry or art
provisional licence
an official document that you must have when you are learning to drive American Equivalent: learner's permit
special licence
special permission given by the Church of England for a marriage to take place at a time or place not usually allowed
television licence
an official piece of paper that you need to buy in Britain in order to legally use a television in your home
licence

    Расстановка переносов

    li·cence

    Турецкое произношение

    laysıns

    Произношение

    /ˈlīsəns/ /ˈlaɪsəns/

    Этимология

    (noun.) 14th century. From Old French licence, from Latin licentia.

    Времена

    licencing, licenced

    Общие Словосочетания

    licence plate

    Слово дня

    jacobin
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