minister

listen to the pronunciation of minister
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
bakan

Yetenekli maliye bakanının yaratıcılığı batmış ulusunun kurtulması için yardımcı oldu. - The talented finance minister's ingenuity has helped his bankrupt nation to get out of the red.

O, çevreden sorumlu bakandır. - He is the minister responsible for the environment.

{f} to -e bakmak, -e yardım etmek, -e hizmet etmek
orta elçi
{f} vaiz
(fiil) vaiz
hizmet etmek
{i} vekil
minister plenipo tentiarv orta elçi
devlet vekili
hizmet et
{i} (Protestanlıkta) papaz
{i} pol. bakan
{i} ortaelçi
bakmak
yardım etmek
vaiz/orta elçi/bakan
{i} papaz

Papazımız vejetaryen ve Ateist. - Our minister is a vegetarian and an atheist.

Martin Luther King siyah bir papazın oğluydu. - Martin Luther King, Jr., was the son of a black minister.

prime minister
başbakan

Başbakan yarın bir basın toplantısı düzenleyecek. - The Prime Minister will hold a press conference tomorrow.

Başbakan basın toplantısı yaptı. - The Prime Minister met with the press.

minister of industry and trade
(Ticaret) sanayi ve ticaret bakanı
minister of internal affairs
içişleri bakanı
minister of justice
(Kanun) adliye vekili
minister to
bakmak
Minister of Commerce
Ticaret Bakanı
Minister of Communications
Ulaştırma Bakanı
Minister of Finance
Maliye Bakanı
Minister of Foreign Affairs
Dışişleri Bakanı
Minister of Justice
Adalet Bakanı
Minister of Labour
çalışma bakanı
Minister of National Defence
Milli Savunma Bakanı
Minister of National Education
Milli Eğitim Bakanı
Minister of Public Health and Welfare
Sağlık Bakanı
Minister of State
Devlet Bakanı
Minister of Tourism and Information
Turizm ve Tanıtma Bakanı
Minister of the Interior
içişleri Bakanı
minister of finance
maliye bakanı
minister of labor
Çalışma bakanı
minister of the interior
bakanı içişleri
minister of transport
Ulaştırma bakanı
minister to
bakana
minister without portfolio
sandâlyesiz bakan
Minister (Ministry) of Defense
(Askeri) Savunma Bakanlığı/Bakanı
minister of defence
milli savunma bakanı
minister of interior
içişleri bakanı
minister of public works
(Politika, Siyaset) bayındırlık bakanı
minister of state
devlet bakanı [amer.]
minister of the interior
(Ticaret) dahiliye vekili
minister plenipotentiary
orta elçi
minister resident
genel vali (sömürge)
deputy defence minister
(Politika, Siyaset) savunma bakanı yardımcısı
deputy minister
bakan yardımcısı
former minister
eski bakan
former prime minister
eski başbakan
interior minister
içişleri bakanı
ministers
(Politika, Siyaset) vükela
vice prime minister
(Politika, Siyaset) başbakan yardımcısı
Deputy Prime Minister
Başbakan Yardımcısı
cabinet minister
bakan
foreign minister
dışişleri bakanı
foreign minister
hariciye vekili
government minister
devlet bakanı
prime minister
başnazır
Foreign Affairs Minister
Dışişleri bakanı
Welfare Minister
Çalışma ve Sosyal Güvenlik Bakanı
defense minister
Savunma bakanı
federal minister
federal bakan
finance minister
maliye bakanı
head minister
başbakan
health minister
sağlık bakanı
industry and trade minister
sanayi ve ticaret bakanı
interior minister
İçişleri bakanı
justice minister
adalet bakanı
ministers
bakanlar
cabinet minister
kabinede görevli bakan
prime minister
başvekil
prime minister's spouses
(Politika, Siyaset) başbakan eşleri
prime minister’s wiews
başbakan eşleri
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A politician who heads a ministry (national or regional government department for public service)

He was newly appointed to be Minister of the Interior.

To attend to; to tend

A newspaper headline: Couple leaves business world to minister to inner-city children.

Someone who serves others
A person who is trained to perform religious ceremonies at a Protestant church

The minister said a prayer on behalf of the entire congregation.

At a diplomacy, the rank of diplomat directly below ambassador
{n} a high officer, clergyman, agent, aider
{v} to give, supply, yield, attend, serve
This is a Latin word, meaning servant In the Episcopal Church lay persons as well as bishops, priests and deacons are ministers, servants of God, caring for their brothers and sisters in the church and those outside it
(Ministre) - in relation to a department, means the Minister who, under the Financial Administration Act, is the appropriate Minister with respect to that department
A representative of a government, sent to the court, or seat of government, of a foreign nation to transact diplomatic business
A Minister of State, appointed by the Governor to the Executive Council on the advice of the Premier The Premier is also a Minister The Ministers collectively make the executive government
means the Federal Government Minister responsible for the AIC Scheme policy As at January 2002 this is the Minister for Education, Science and Training
In olden days, the word was synonymous with the clergy While the ordained do indeed have special ministries to perform, we Episcopalians recognize that every baptized Christian has ministry to do for God’s greater glory We therefore believe that all Christians are ministers In our Catechism we state, "The ministers of the Church are lay persons, bishops, priests and deacons " (page 855, BCP)
MPs chosen by the Prime Minister to form the government
attend to the wants and needs of others; "I have to minister to my mother all the time"
One to whom the sovereign or executive head of a government intrusts the management of affairs of state, or some department of such affairs
Minister for the Environment and Heritage
To supply or to things needful; esp
a diplomat representing one government to another; ranks below ambassador
(or minister of state) a member of Parliament who is a member of the executive government, and who is usually in charge of a government department
work as a minister; "She is ministering in an old parish"
to supply consolation or remedies
means the Minister responsible for the subject of social security
A servant; a subordinate; an officer or assistant of inferior rank; hence, an agent, an instrument
To act as a servant, attendant, or agent; to attend and serve; to perform service in any office, sacred or secular
a person appointed to a high office in the government; "Minister of Finance"
A minister is a member of the clergy, especially in Protestant churches. His father was a Baptist minister
A minister is a person who officially represents their government in a foreign country and has a lower rank than an ambassador. He concluded a deal with the Danish minister in Washington
attend to the wants and needs of others; "I have to minister to my mother all the time
{i} person authorized to conduct a religious service, pastor, cleric; one appointed to a high government office, official, emissary, delegate; head of a government department; clerk
the Minister of Conservation or duly authorised delegate
A gender-neutral title used for an officer responsible for a particular activity Often substituted with Master or Mistress, as appropriate for the specific individual currently holding the position
To furnish or apply; to afford; to supply; to administer
{f} conduct a religious service, perform a rite; officiate; hold a government office; administer, supply, provide; fulfill the duties of a minister
n anyone authorized to carry out or assist in the spiritual functions of a church
In Britain and some other countries, a minister is a person who is in charge of a particular government department. When the government had come to power, he had been named minister of culture The new Defence Minister is Senator Robert Ray
a person authorized to conduct religious worship
One who serves at the altar; one who performs sacerdotal duties; the pastor of a church duly authorized or licensed to preach the gospel and administer the sacraments
Aneghlaf
An officer of justice
(statsråd/minister) A member of the Government (Cabinet) See also Government, the
Minister is the Latin word for doer of little deeds, as opposed to a magistrate, who is a doer of great deeds In some churches, the word minister denotes a person who is charged with the spiritual care of a church In most churches, minister is a generic term that includes all who assist in worship, whether clergy or lay All of the following are ministers: bishops, priests, deacons, acolyte, lay readers, crucifers, and even the congregation
the job of a head of a government department a diplomat representing one government to another; ranks below ambassador a person appointed to a high office in the government; "Minister of Finance"
A person who is commissioned by the government for public service
the job of a head of a government department
If you minister to people or to their needs, you serve them or help them, for example by making sure that they have everything they need or want. For 44 years he had ministered to the poor, the sick, the neglected and the deprived. to work as a priest
minister without portfolio
A member of a government having the rank of cabinet minister, but not assigned to oversee a particular government department or other permanent area of responsibility
Minister of Absorption
head of the government office responsible for aiding new immigrants and returning citizens
Minister of Communications
head of the government office responsible for telecommunications policy and regulations
Minister of Construction and Housing
head of the government office responsible for the construction industry and providing homes for the entire population
Minister of Culture
government official responsible for cultural matters
Minister of Defence
{i} head of the government office responsible for the military and matters of national and domestic security
Minister of Defense
{i} head of the government office responsible for the military and matters of national and domestic security
Minister of Education
government official responsible for developing and implementing educational programs
Minister of Education and Culture
government official responsible for educational and cultural matters
Minister of Energy
government official responsible for planning and regulating the national energy system
Minister of Environmental Protection
head of the government office responsible for protecting and improving the environment
Minister of Finance
government official in charge of the government office that is responsible for planning and implementing national economic policy
Minister of Foreign Affairs
government official who is in charge of the government office responsible for creating and implementing foreign policy and cultivating relations with foreign governments and international organizations
Minister of Justice
head of the government office responsible for legal matters and the courts system
Minister of Labor
head of the government office responsible for developing and implementing employment policy which will benefit both the nation and its workers
Minister of Labor and Social Affairs
head of the government office responsible for developing and implementing employment policy and improving the personal and socioeconomic well-being of the nation's citizens
Minister of Police
government official responsible for public security and law enforcement and prison services
Minister of Propaganda
government official in a totalitarian regime who is responsible for the dissemination of propaganda (i.e. Paul Joseph Goebbels in Hitler's Third Reich)
Minister of Public Security
{i} government official who is head of the Ministry of Public Security; minister responsible for the public safety in a country
Minister of Religion
{i} head of the government office responsible for providing religious services to the population
Minister of Tourism
head of the government office responsible for developing and promoting the tourist industry
Minister of the Interior
{i} government official in charge of the government office responsible for supervising local authorities and regulating matters relevant to the personal and legal status of residents
minister of state
a member of the government in Britain who has an important job in a government department but is not in charge of it
minister plenipotentiary
A diplomatic representative ranking below an ambassador but having full governmental power and authority; a plenipotentiary
minister plenipotentiary
authorized minister, certified minister
minister resident
A diplomatic agent ranking below a minister plenipotentiary
minister to one's needs
satisfy the needs of -
minister without portfolio
minister who does not have a specific office
cabinet minister
A member of the executive branch of a government who has been appointed to the cabinet, the group of leading policy makers, advisers, and overseers of governmental departments who report to the prime minister
culture minister
a Cabinet position in some governments responsible for protecting the national heritage of a country and promoting cultural expression
first minister
Any of the ten provincial premiers or the prime minister of Canada

A first ministers meeting is used to discuss inter-governmental affairs.

first minister
The leader of the devolved governments of Wales, Scotland, or Northern Ireland
foreign minister
The cabinet official in charge of relationships with foreign nations. Secretary of State
prime minister
In a parliamentary democracy, the chief member of the cabinet and head of the government; usually the leader of the majority party

Yesterday we had a visit from the Prime Minister. (See usage notes.).

prime-minister
Attributive form of prime minister, noun

Only having just won the election, he already had a prime-minster attitude.

shadow minister
a member of an opposition party, with responsibility for a particular portfolio
prime minister
the head of the national government, the chief minister in some countries, including Australia
Communication Minister
government official who is in charge of matters of communication
Communication and Science Minister
government official who oversees a nation's communication and science industries
Defence Minister
Defense Minister, high government official responsible for the entire country's protection from its enemies
Deputy Prime Minister
{i} deputy of a Prime Minister, assistant to a prime minister
Economics Minister
government secretary in charge of national economic affairs
Education Minister
government secretary in charge of national education affairs
Environment Minister
government secretary in charge of national environmental affairs
First Minister
In the Scottish Assembly and the Northern Ireland Assembly, the First Minister is the leader of the ruling party. the most important minister in the Scottish Parliament, similar to the Prime Minister in the UK parliament. The minister is elected by the members of the Scottish Parliament, but would normally be the leader of the largest political party
Foreign Minister
member of a governmental cabinet in charge of foreign affairs for his country
Industry and Trade Minister
government secretary in charge of a nation's commercial and industrial affairs
Interior Minister
{i} Minister of the Interior, government official in charge of the government office responsible for supervising local authorities and regulating matters relevant to the personal and legal status of residents and immigration matters
Internal Security Minister
government minister responsible for the internal security of a country
Police Minister
government secretary which is in charge of a nation's civil service forces
Prime Minister
The leader of the government in some countries is called the Prime Minister. the former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Miss Benazir Bhutto = PM, premier. the most important minister and leader of the government in some countries which have a parliament. or premier Head of the executive branch of government in states with a parliamentary system (see parliamentary democracy). The prime minister is the leader of the political party or coalition with a governing majority, and is formally appointed by the head of state. The office was developed in Britain by Robert Walpole; its powers were consolidated by William Pitt the Younger. The British prime ministry has served as a model for the heads of government in many Commonwealth countries, Europe, and Japan. The prime minister has appointive powers and is responsible for the government's legislative program, budget, and other policies. His term of office lasts until the next scheduled election or until he loses legislative support. In France, which has both a president and a prime minister, the president wields greater power but the prime minister controls the domestic legislative agenda. See also chancellor
Prime Minister
chief executive in a parliamentary system of government, person who is elected the head of a country, leader of a nation
Prime Minister designate
intended prime minister, person who has been elected to replace the current prime minister
Prime Minister's Office
government office for the head of state, government office which all others report to
Prime Minister's Question Time
a period of time each week when any member of the British House of Commons may ask the Prime Minister questions. There are often loud and angry disagreements during Question Time, which are broadcast on radio and television
Public Security Minister
appointed high-ranking government official responsible for the internal security of a country
Religious Affairs Minister
high-ranking appointed government official responsible for matters concerning religion
advisor to the prime minister
person who gives advice to the prime minister in fields within which he is an expert
cabinet minister
the job of a senior minister who is a member of the cabinet a person who is a member of the cabinet
cabinet minister
A member of the cabinet; the head of a government ministry The Premier chooses cabinet ministers and the Lieutenant Governor swears them in
cabinet minister
the job of a senior minister who is a member of the cabinet
cabinet minister
a person who is a member of the cabinet
cabinet minister
A member of the cabinet; the head of a government department The Premier chooses cabinet ministers and the Lieutenant Governor swears them in
cabinet minister
- a federal government MP picked by the prime minister for extra governmental responsibilities The MPs selected to join cabinet are taken from the governing political party Members of the cabinet are usually responsible for just one major government issue For example, Paul Martin is the Finance Minister
cabinet minister
government secretary, government advisor
current Prime Minister
one presently holding the office of Prime Minister
deputy minister
vice-minister, sub-minister
deputy minister
The Canadian public servant who heads each government department, manages the department, and advises the minister
deputy minister
Means a Deputy Minister appointed under the Ministry of Forests Act The Deputy Minister is the senior executive with the Ministry of Forests The Deputy Minister is directly accountable and responsible for the implementation and achievement of the mandate of the Ministry of Forests
electoral race for Prime Minister
election campaign for the position of Prime Minister
finance minister
the minister responsible for state finances
foreign minister
A cabinet minister in charge of a nation's foreign affairs
foreign minister
a government minister for foreign relations
former Prime Minister
prime minister who has finished his term of office, prime minister who is no longer in office
ministered
past of minister
ministering
serving attendance on someone; "a ministering angel"; "the angels ministrant sang"; "the attending physician
ministering
present participle of minister
ministers
the ministers of the three resource agencies involved in administration of the Code
ministers
- Historically, men and women who were recognized as being unusually inspired by the Spirit of God and provided most of the vocal messages in meeting for worship   Ministers were formally designated or "recorded" by the monthly meeting, and regular meetings of ministers and elders, called Preparative Meetings of Ministers and Elders or Select Meeting were held to consider the spiritual life of the meeting   The practice of "recording" ministers has for the most part been discontinued in PYM
ministers
We call our ordained clergy "ministers," which is short for "ministers of word, sacrament, and grace " Anyone who is a full member in good standing of the United Church of Canada has the right to attempt to navigate the process of becoming a minister
prime minister
the person who holds the position of head of state in England
prime minister
The Prime Minister is a Member of Parliament who is also the leader of the winning Political Party He or she lives at 10 Downing Street Our Prime Minister at the moment is Tony Blair
prime minister
The leader of the Government, who usually leads the largest party in Parliament
prime minister
(statsminister) The Prime Minister appoints the other ministers in his or her cabinet and directs the work of the Government
prime minister
Leader of the Federal Government
prime minister
the person who is head of state (in several countries)
prime minister
- the chief minister and leader of the Canadian government The prime minister is head of the political party in power and leader of the cabinet The current prime minister is Jean Chrétien of the Liberal Party of Canada
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение minister в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

dahiliye Vekili Minister of the Interior; Brit
Home Secretary
devlet Bakanı minister
without portfolio . D
çevre Bakanı Minister
for the Environment . Ç
minister
Избранное