patron

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Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
boss

I'll call you my boss. - Seni patronum diye çağıracağım.

My boss rejected the budget for the new project. - Patron yeni proje için bütçeyi reddetti.

employer

We saw our former employer at a conference. - Biz bir konferansta eski patronumuzu gördük.

Tom saw his former employer at a conference. - Tom eski patronunu bir konferansta gördü.

boss; employer; (kodaman) magnate; (elbise patronu) pattern, dress pattern
magnate
old man
(elbise) pattern
governor
patron
the governor
patronizer
boss, employer, head or owner of a firm or business
guvnor
nibs
dress pattern
baas
top dog
guv
(dressmaker's, tailor's) pattern
master
(Ticaret) head of a firm
pattern
chief

Since in this organization they're all chiefs and no Indians, it's a wonder any decisions get made. - Bu kuruluşta onların hepsi patron olduğu ve Hintli olmadığı için, herhangi bir karar alınması bir mucize.

gaffer
padrone
principal
patron olmak
be the boss
patron olmak
run the show
köle gibi çalıştıran patron
sweater
silindirik patron
cylindrical tube
üç kuruşa işçi çalıştıran patron
sweater
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
An influential, wealthy person who supported an artist, craftsman, a scholar or a noble
A property owner who hires a contractor for construction works
A customer
A supporter
a regular customer someone who supports or champions something the proprietor of an inn
{n} a supporter, defender, benefactor, faint
Regular customer

Sally and I have been loyal patrons of Tony’s Diner since we came to New York City in 1979.

The holder of an advowson
a regular customer
See Padrone, 2
To be a patron of; to patronize; to favor
A man of distinction under whose protection another person placed himself
any user of Watson Library May include students from NSU, LSMSA and residents Natchitoches Parish
{i} supporter; regular customer; sponsor; guardian, legal guardian
The technical definition of this term is that a patron is any person who has been added to WebCheckout In normal usage, however, the word "patron" refers specifically to the people who borrow resources, and operators are the people who staff the checkout centers Operators are first added as patrons, and then added as operators and given different levels of capabilities in the system in order to do their jobs See Also: Patron Class
That's you, a library customer
A person who supports of an artist, both financially and by helping him or her to become well known in their field of art
A guardian saint
Doing the duty of a patron; giving aid or protection; tutelary
(English) A person who employs an artist or architect to create a work of art or a building Under a system of patronage, artists and architects work on commission
One who protects, supports, or countenances; a defender
The patron of a charity, group, or campaign is an important person who allows his or her name to be used for publicity. Fiona and Alastair have become patrons of the National Missing Person's Helpline
A legislator who introduces a specific piece of legislation Other legislators may show their support by signing on as co-patrons
A master who had freed his slave, but still retained some paternal rights over him
One who encourages or helps a person, a cause, or a work; a furtherer; a promoter; as, a patron of art
An advocate or pleader
One who has gift and disposition of a benefice
A contribution between $1,000 & $2,500
Social Security Number SSN 11 text First Name FN 20 text Last Name LN 20 text Phone Number PHN 13 text Address ADD 40 text City CITY 15 text State ST 15 text Zip Code ZIP 10 text Identication Number* ID 20 text
someone who supports or champions something
a person who uses a library
a wealthy person who sponsors and supports an artist
the proprietor of an inn
called also patron saint
- The customer of the team/venue owners and the person who attends the entertainment event using GEE's licensed services
Another term used for the Library users who have borrowing privelege
person who uses the library
A person who uses library materials and/or services
The patrons of a place such as a pub, bar, or hotel are its customers
A patron is a person who supports and gives money to artists, writers, or musicians. Catherine the Great was a patron of the arts and sciences. = sponsor
One who lends his or her name for purposes of promotion of a benefit or similar affair; also, a category of contributions at a certain level of giving to which an institution gives special recognition Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
A patron, or benefactor, is one who enters into a contract with a client and provides goods that are not normally available to the client In return, the benefactor receives honor and loyalty Click here for examples
One who uses our library; also referred to as "user"
patron saint
A saint from whom a specific group claims special protection or prayers
patron saints
plural form of patron saint
patron saint
When a saint has a special connection to a place, an occupation or other things, he/she may be considered a patron saint His/her intercession in matters conserning this are then considered especially valuable
patron saint
(Gr Poliouchos; Sl Nebesny Pokrovitel) A saint chosen by a group, nation, or organization to be their special advocate, guardian and protector The Patron Saint of an individual is usually the saint after whom the individual is named See also the web page listing the Calendar of Saints and the article on Saints in the Orthodox Church
patron saint
The patron saint of a place, an activity, or a group of people is a saint who is believed to give them special help and protection. Chiswick church is dedicated to St Nicholas, patron saint of sailors. A saint who is regarded as the intercessor and advocate in heaven of a nation, place, craft, activity, class, or person. a Christian saint who people believe gives special protection to a particular place, activity, or person patron saint of. Saint to whose protection and intercession a person, society, church, place, profession, or activity is dedicated. The choice is usually made on the basis of some real or presumed relationship (e.g., St. Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland because he is credited with introducing Christianity there)
patron saint
{i} protective saint, saint that is especially sacred to a certain region
patron saint
a saint who is considered to be a defender of some group or nation
patronize
make a patron
patronize
To make oneself a regular customer of a business
patronize
Treat as inferior unduly, talk down to, treat condescendingly
patronizing
Present participle of patronize
patronizing
Offensively condescending
patronize
to exercise an arrogant condescension toward
patronal
{a} supporting, guarding, defending
patronal
Patron; protecting; favoring
patronize
treat condescendingly
patronize
treat condescendingly do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of
patronize
be a regular customer or client of; "We patronize this store"; "Our sponsor kept our art studio going for as long as he could"
patronize
To trade with customarily; to frequent as a customer
patronize
do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of
patronize
If someone patronizes a place such as a pub, bar, or hotel, they are one of its customers. The ladies of Berne liked to patronize the Palace for tea and little cakes. = frequent
patronize
To act as patron toward; to support; to countenance; to favor; to aid
patronize
Someone who patronizes artists, writers, or musicians supports them and gives them money. The Japanese Imperial family patronises the Japanese Art Association
patronize
To assume the air of a patron, or of a superior and protector, toward; used in an unfavorable sense; as, to patronize one's equals
patronize
assume sponsorship of
patronize
{f} be arrogant, behave in a condescending manner; serve as a sponsor, serve as a benefactor; be a regular customer at a store or other business (also patronise)
patronize
be a regular customer or client of; "We patronize this store"; "Our sponsor kept our art studio going for as long as he could" treat condescendingly do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of
patronize
pat·ron·ize patronizes patronizing patronized in BRIT, also use patronise1. disapproval If someone patronizes you, they speak or behave towards you in a way which seems friendly, but which shows that they think they are superior to you in some way. Don't you patronize me! Cornelia often felt patronised by her tutors
patronized
having patronage or clients; "street full of flourishing well-patronized shops
patronized
past of patronize
patronized
having patronage or clients; "street full of flourishing well-patronized shops"
patronizing
pat·ron·iz·ing in BRIT, also use patronising disapproval If someone is patronizing, they speak or behave towards you in a way that seems friendly, but which shows that they think they are superior to you. The tone of the interview was unnecessarily patronizing. someone who is patronizing talks to you in a way that shows they think you are less intelligent or important than them
patronizing
Showing condescending favor; assuming the manner of airs of a superior toward another
patronizing
(used of behavior or attitude) characteristic of those who treat others with condescension
patronizing
{s} arrogant, condescending, showing an aggressively superior manner (also patronising)
patronizing
displaying an offensively condescending mannerism
patronizingly
In a patronizing manner
patrons
plural of patron
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык
Kumaşın biçilmesine yarayan, bir giysi örneğindeki parçaların biçimine göre kesilmiş kâğıt, kalıp
Bir ticaret veya sanayi kurumunun sahibi, başı, işvereni: "Bizim gazetecilerin çoğu patronu hesabına suç yüklenir."- B. Felek
Bir ticaret veya sanayi kurumunun sahibi, başı, işvereni
Sözü geçen paralı kimse
Bir kuruluşta, bir iş yerinde makam bakımından yetkili kimse
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} devamlı müşteri
hami
hami koruyucu
sürekli müşteri
Düzenli müşteri, sürekli müşteri
himaye

Himayeniz için size gerçekten teşekkür ederiz. - We really thank you for your patronage.

Himayen için teşekkür ederim. - Thank you for your patronage.

koruyucu melek olduğu kabul edilen aziz
{i} müşteri

O yıllardır bu mağazanın bir müşterisi. - He's been a patron of this store for many years.

yardım
{i} müdavim
{i} patron
sanatkar himaye eden kimse
patron saint bir kimse veya meslek veya kurumu himaye ettiği farzolunan aziz
{i} koruyucu
birisini
{i} veli
patronagehamilik
koruma
gedikli
korumak
sahip
hamis
hamise
hamisi
hamisiz
patron saint
koruyucu aziz
patron saint
koruyucu melek
patron saint
(isim) koruyucu aziz
patronize
korumak
patronize
{f} desteklemek
patronize
himaye et
patronize
{f} küçük görmek
patronize
alışveriş etmek
patronize
patronluk taslamak
patronize
himayesine almak
patronizing
tepeden bakan
patronizing
kibirli
patronizing
kendini beğenmiş
patronize
tenezzülen iltifat etmek
patronize
tenezzül etmek
patronize
sürekli müşteri olmak
patronize
lütuf göstermek
patronizing
küçümseyen
patronizing
{f} himaye et
patronizing
himaye eden
collective patron
(Politika, Siyaset) toplu hami
patronize
{f} müşterisi olmak
patronize
{f} faydası dokunmak
patronize
{f} büyüklük taslamak

Bana büyüklük taslamak zorunda değilsin. - You don't have to patronize me.

patronize
x müşteri ol/hor gör/koru
patronize
{f} -in müşterisi olmak, -den alışveriş etmek
patronize
{f} korumak, himaye etmek
patron
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