possession

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
mülk

Bu, başka her şeyden daha fazla, insanların özgürce ve mertçe yaşamasını engelleyen mülk ile ilgili kaygıdır. - It is preoccupation with possession, more than anything else, that prevents men from living freely and nobly.

Top o çocuğun değerli mülküdür. - The ball is that boy's prized possession.

{i} varlık

Sami bütün varlıklarını geride bıraktı. - Sami left all of his possessions behind.

{i} iyelik
{i} sahiplik
(Spor) topa hakim olma
{i} huk. zilyetlik
(Spor) topla oynama yüzdesi
almak
zilyedlik
servet

O, bütün servetini kaybetti. - He lost all his possessions.

Bütün servetimi bağışlayacağım. - I'm going to give all my possessions away.

hüküm
egemenlik
mal mülk
sömürge
ç.mal mülk
{i} hakim olma
istimlâk ettir
teslim etmek
{i} cin çarpması
{i} cinnet
{i} sahip olunan şey
sahip olma

Mutluluk sadece birçok mala sahip olmak değildir. - Happiness isn't merely having many possessions.

Geçerli bir bilete sahip olmalısın. - You must be in possession of a valid ticket.

(Mukavele) sahip olma, elde etme
vermek
{i} cin çarpması, cinnet, delilik
{i} kafayı takma
{i} sahibi olma
{i} mal

Başkaları ile hoşnutsuzluk içinde yaşamaktansa dünya malından vazgeçmek daha iyi. - Better to give up possessions than to live in discontent with others.

Mutluluk sadece birçok mala sahip olmak değildir. - Happiness isn't merely having many possessions.

Possession is nine points of the lawpoint
{i} mülk edinme
müstemleke
{i} tasarruf
(Askeri) ABD DIŞ TOPRAKLARI: ABD Anayurdu dışında ve ABD'nin mülkiyet ve idaresi altında bulunan topraklar. Örneğin; Virgin Adaları, Guam, Samos ve Miduray Adaları gibi
kendine hâkim olma
{i} saplantı
(Ticaret) elinde bulundurma
(Kanun) zilliyet
(Spor) top hakimiyeti
(Spor) topla oynama oranı
possess
sahip olmak

Mutluluk sadece birçok mala sahip olmak değildir. - Happiness isn't merely having many possessions.

Günün birinde, bir yelkenliye sahip olmak istiyorum. - Someday, I would like to possess a sailboat.

possession limit
(Denizbilim) mülkiyet sınırı
possession utility
(Ticaret) mülkiyet faydası
Possession is nine
huk. Zilyetlik mülkiyet hakkının en büyük delilidir
Possession is nine points of the law
huk. Zilyetlik mülkiyet hakkının en büyük delilidir
possession in deed
(Ticaret) fiili zilyetlik
possession in deed
(Ticaret) fiilen elinde bulundurma
possess
{f} -e sahip olmak, -si olmak: He possesses two cars. İki arabası var
possess
{f} elinde bulundurmak
possessions
mal

Başkaları ile hoşnutsuzluk içinde yaşamaktansa dünya malından vazgeçmek daha iyi. - Better to give up possessions than to live in discontent with others.

Mutluluk sadece birçok mala sahip olmak değildir. - Happiness isn't merely having many possessions.

possess
{f} kurcalamak (zihin)
demonic possession
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) şeytan girmesi
possess
etkilemek
possess
elinden tutmak
possess
mecnun
possess
sahip
possess
malik
possess
haiz olmak
possess
elinde bulunmak
possess
tutmak
possess
(Kanun) zilyed olmak
possessions
dünya malı

Başkaları ile hoşnutsuzluk içinde yaşamaktansa dünya malından vazgeçmek daha iyi. - Better to give up possessions than to live in discontent with others.

possessions
dünya nimeti
possessions
var

Sami bütün varlıklarını geride bıraktı. - Sami left all of his possessions behind.

disturbance of possession
başkasının malına tecavüz
get possession of
sahip ol
got possession of
sahip ol
possess
etkisi altına almak
possess
-si olmak
possess
sahip ol

Mutluluk sadece birçok mala sahip olmak değildir. - Happiness isn't merely having many possessions.

Haysiyet hiç bir ücrete tabi değildir ama buna gerçekten sahip olan tek kişi benim! - Dignity doesn't cost anything, but I'm the only one who truly possesses it!

possessions
mal mülk
possessions
servet

Bütün servetimi bağışlayacağım. - I'm going to give all my possessions away.

O, bütün servetini kaybetti. - He lost all his possessions.

right of possession
mülkiyet hakkı
self-possession
sakinlik
self-possession
temkinlilik
self-possession
soğukkanlılık
take possession
sahip çık
take possession
ele geçirmek
take possession
almak
be in possession of
-e sahip olmak, -si olmak
be in possession of o.s
kendine hâkim olmak, kendine sahip olmak
come into possession of
-in sahibi olmak
keep possession of
tutmak zilyetlik
material possession
Maddî mal varlığı
non-possession
olmayan mülk
take possession
sahip cık
to break client's possession
müşteri mülkünü kırmak
treasure possession
en değerli varlık
be in possession of
kendine hâkim olmak, kendine sahip olmak
chose in possession
malikin elindeki mal
come into one's possession
mülkiyetine geçmek
come into possession of
in sahibi olmak
constructive possession
yasal mülkiyet hakları
constructive possession
yasal mülkiyet hakkı
derivative possession
(Kanun) fen zilyedlik
derivative possession
(Kanun) fert zilyedlik
drug possession
uyuşturucu bulundurma
go out of one's possession
elden çıkmak
have possession of
sahibi olmak
keep possession of the ball
(Spor) topun hakimiyetini korumak
original possession
(Kanun) asli zilyetlik
possess
hakim olmak
possess
{f} hükmetmek
possess
mutasarrıfı olmak
possess
azimkâr
possess
çılgın
possess
soğukkanlı
possess
egemen olmak
possessions
sömürge/mal
possessions
varlık

Sami bütün varlıklarını geride bıraktı. - Sami left all of his possessions behind.

possessions
{i} mülk
prize possession
en değerli şey, en gözde şey: That old typewriter is his prize possession. O eski daktilo onun en sevdiği eşyası
prize possession
en değerli şey
prize possession
en gözde şey
self possession
soğukkanlılık
self possession
kendine hakim olma
take possession of
ele geçirmek
take possession of
teslim almak
take possession of
-in sahibi olmak
take possession of
-e el koymak
taking possession
temellük
temporary possession
(Ticaret) geçici tasarruf
vacant possession
boş teslim (ev)
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Ownership; taking, holding, keeping something as one's own

I'm in possession of the car.

Control of the ball; the opportunity to be on the offensive

The scoreboard shows a little football symbol next to the name of the team that has possession.

Something that is owned

I would gladly give all of my worldly possessions just to be able to do that.

A territory under the rule of another country

Réunion is the largest of France's overseas possessions.

A syntactic relationship between two nouns or nominals that may be used to indicate ownership

Some languages distinguish between a construction like 'my car', which shows alienable possession — the car could become someone else's — and one like 'my foot', which has inalienable possession — my foot will always be mine.

The condition or affliction of being possessed by a demon or other supernatural entity

Back then, people with psychiatric disorders were sometimes thought to be victims of demonic possession.

the having, holding, or detention of property in one's power or command
anything owned or possessed the act of having and controlling property (sport) the act of controlling the ball (or puck); "they took possession of the ball on their own goal line"
{n} the having in one's own power
Possession is having some degree of control over something else. Generally, to possess something, a person must have an intention to possess it. A person may be in possession of some property (although possession does not always imply ownership). Like ownership, the possession of things is commonly regulated by states under property law. Languages have several means to indicate possession
This is when a discarnate spirit enters and takes control of an individual for the purpose of self-gratification
The having, holding, or detention of property in one's power or command; actual seizin or occupancy; ownership, whether rightful or wrongful
The point at which a property's buyer has closed a deal and received the keys to their new home
The thing possessed; that which any one occupies, owns, or controls; in the plural, property in the aggregate; wealth; dominion; as, foreign possessions
to be holding or in control of the ball
anything owned or possessed
A term used to describe the 'taking over' of a person's mind by a spirit A medium may become temporarily possessed during a séance
The state of being possessed or controlled, as by an evil spirit, or violent passions; madness; frenzy; as, demoniacal possession
The characteristic form of manifestation of the Loa in Voudoun It corresponds to a particularly deep and complete form of what in Spiritualism is called "mediumship;" it does not involve interference with the autonomic nervous systems of the possessed, or otherwise adverse results of what is known as "demonic possession " Psychologists who reject the reality of possession by a spiritual entity have not yet come up with an adequate alternative interpretation of the symptoms
Having control or the right to control over some item of property
A penalty for a fault or mistake that involves losing or giving up something
The act of either actually or constructively possessing or occupying property
To have control of the ball
Ownership
The state of occupying, controlling, using property to the exclusion of all others, exhibiting one's right or title to property
This is the date when the risk in the property passes to the buyer
The act or state of possessing, or holding as one's own
Your possessions are the things that you own or have with you at a particular time. People had lost their homes and all their possessions She had tidied away her possessions. = belongings
control of the ball
a mania restricted to one thing or idea
the trait of resolutely controlling your own behavior
the act of having and controlling property
Having ownership (risk of loss) and ability to control use of a GIK donation Possession may include either actual physical possession (through delivery) or constructive possession (such as receiving a paper title)
When a buyer signs the papers and receives the keys to the house, they officially take possession
When a buyer signs the papers and receives the keys to the house, the buyer officially takes possession
(sport) the act of controlling the ball (or puck); "they took possession of the ball on their own goal line"
the holding, control, or custody of property for one's use, either as owner or person with another right
The lenders' term for repossessing your property
a territory that is controllled by a ruling state being controlled by passion or the supernatural
A country's possessions are countries or territories that it controls. All of them were French possessions at one time or another. = colonies
having the ball
An altered state of consciousness in which the conscious personality of the individual is replaced with that of an other personality thought of as a possessing entity
To invest with property
One part of economic utility, the method by which the customer obtains ownership or the right to use of the product or service
The right of the owner to occupy property When property is occupied by a tenant, the owner has constructive possession by right of title
The physical control of real property
The lenders' term for repossessing your property [top]
Date and time when a buyer can move in and take over the property
If you are in possession of something, you have it, because you have obtained it or because it belongs to you. Those documents are now in the possession of the Guardian We should go up and take possession of the land He was also charged with illegal possession of firearms
The detention and control, or the manual or ideal custody of anything which may be the subject of property, for one's use and enjoyment, either as owner or as the proprietor of a qualified right in it, and either held personally or by another who exercises it in one's place and name Possession includes the act or state of possessing and that condition of facts under which one can exercise his power over a corporeal thing at his pleasure to the exclusion of all others persons Possession includes constructive possession which means not actual but assumed to exist, where one claims to hold by virtue of some title, without having actual custody
a territory that is controllled by a ruling state
{i} custody, tenure; property; asset; control; ownership
A buyer officially takes possession of a house upon signing the closing papers and receiving the keys
being controlled by passion or the supernatural
possession is nine points of the law
Alternative form of possession is nine-tenths of the law
possession is nine-tenths of the law
One who has possession of a thing has some right to it; a popular statement of the doctrine of adverse possession
possession of interest
The act of one caring for or one's interest over something

You are always talking about your clothes, but that is not in my possession of interest.

possession of stolen property
ownership of property taken from someone else without their permission
adverse possession
: A means of acquiring title to another's real property without compensation by occupying the property in a manner that is actual, open and notorious, exclusive, hostile, under cover of claim or right, and continuous for a certain number of years
debtor in possession
A natural person or corporation that has filed a bankruptcy petition, but remains in possession of property upon which a creditor has a lien or similar security interest. Such a business may continue to operate its business under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection
debtors in possession
plural form of debtor in possession
possess
To take control of someone's body or mind, especially in a supernatural manner

They thought he was possessed by evil spirits.

possess
To vest ownership in (someone) with ownership
self-possession
confidence in one's own powers
self-possession
calmness and composure, especially when under stress
possess
to own
possess
have as an attribute, knowledge, or skill; "he possesses great knowledge about the Middle East" enter into and control, as of emotions or ideas; "What possessed you to buy this house?"; "A terrible rage possessed her
possess
If you possess something, you have it or own it. He was then arrested and charged with possessing an offensive weapon He is said to possess a fortune of more than two-and-a-half-thousand million dollars
possess
If someone or something possesses a particular quality, ability, or feature, they have it. individuals who are deemed to possess the qualities of sense, loyalty and discretion see also possessed
possess
{v} to get or give possession, have, enjoy
Have you killed and also taken possession?
could it be possible that you not only killed someone but also took ownership over his property? (Biblical expression referring to an overly greedy and ambitious person)
actual possession
(law) immediate and direct physical control over property
actual possession
As opposed to constructive possession When the owner of a property occupies the property on a day-to-day basis Constructive possession is when the owner takes actions to establish and maintain his ownership of a property without actually occupying it himself (i e leasing it to tenants, removing squatters, hiring a security firm)
actual possession
The physical occupancy and control by someone of a parcel of real estate For example, if John has clear title to his house and is living in the house then he is in actual possession of the house A distinction should be made between actual possession and constructive possession which occurs when a person has the legal right to assume occupancy but does not actually occupy the space
actual possession
The physical occupancy of real estate, as distinguished from constructive possession, which is the legal right to assume occupancy
adverse possession
When an individual, not the owner, takes actual possession of the property, hostile to, and without the consent of, the owner
adverse possession
The possession, by one person, of land belonging to another in a manner deemed adverse to the interest of the owner In most states, by operation of law, title to the land becomes vested in such person after a fixed number of years if the owner fails to assert his or her rights
adverse possession
this is where someone gains rights over or title to land owned by another person by reason of their continued use of the right or land Sometimes known as "squatters rights", adverse possession takes two principal forms - the acquisition of a right such as a right of way, or the acquisition of an actual title to the land itself To achieve a title to the land (known as a "possessory title") the occupier must openly occupy the land in question without complaint from the owner for a period of time, usually 12 years
adverse possession
The acquisition of title to property through possession without the owner's consent for a certain period of time
adverse possession
The acquiring of title to real property owned by someone else, by means of open, notorious and continuous possession for the statutory period of time (20 years in Hawaii)
adverse possession
In Anglo-American property law, holding of real property (see real and personal property) with the knowledge and against the will of one who has a superior ownership interest in it. Statutes of limitation in most U.S. states allow an adverse possessor to acquire legal title if the owner does not seek timely possession
adverse possession
The actual, visible, hostile, notorious, exclusive and continuous possession of another's land under a claim of title Possession for a statutory period may be a means of acquiring title
adverse possession
The possession of land, without legal title, for a period of time sufficient to become recognized as legal owner The more common word for this is "squatters " Each state has its own period of time after which a squatter can acquire legal title Some states prohibit title by mere prescription or possession
adverse possession
A method of acquiring or claiming title (ownership) to a piece of land owned by another by occupying it in defiance of the other's title Most jurisdictions have statutes that set out a certain period of time throughout which the person claiming adverse possession must occupy the land before title passes to that person by operation of law
adverse possession
Method of acquiring title to land by openly taking possession of and using another’s property for a certain period of time
adverse possession
A claim made against land titled to another person based on open, notorious and hostile possession and use of the land to the exclusion of the titled owner
adverse possession
The acquiring of title to real property owned by someone else by means of open, notorious, hostile and continuous possession for a statutory period of time The burden to prove title is on the possessor, who must show that four conditions were met: 1 He or she has been in possession under a claim of right 2 He or she was in actual, open and notorious possession of the premises so as to constitute reasonable notice to the record owner 3 Possession was both exclusive and hostile to the title of the owner (that is, without the owner's permission and evidencing an intention to maintain the claim of ownership against all who may contest it) 4 Possession was uninterrupted and continuous for at least the prescriptive period stipulated by state law
adverse possession
Methods of acquiring title by open and notorious possession usually vary with each state
adverse possession
A claim to acquire the title to another owner's property by an occupant who has openly and peaceably occupied that property continuously for a period of time (usually 20 years) without being challenged by the original owner [OTS]
adverse possession
The possession, by one person, or land belonging to another in a manner deemed adverse to the interest of the owner In most states, by operation of law, title to the land becomes vested in such person after a fixed number of years if the owner fails to assert their rights
adverse possession
Method of acquiring real property under certain conditions by possession for a statutory period
adverse possession
A method of acquiring title by possession under certain conditions   Generally, possession must be actual, under claim of right, open, continuous, notorious, exclusive and hostile (knowingly against the rights of the owner)   Exact time (years) of possession and specific requirements (such as payment of property taxes) vary with the statutes of each state
adverse possession
- The possession, by one person, of land belonging to another in a manner deemed adverse to the interest of the owner In most states, by operation of law, title to the land becomes vested in such person after a fixed number if years if the owner fails to assert his or her rights
adverse possession
A process of acquiring title to real property by possession for a certain (statutory) period of time, in addition to fulfilling other conditions
adverse possession
a method of obtaining ownership rights by the open, notorious, exclusive, and hostile possession of private real property for a statutory period of ten years in Arizona (For more information regarding adverse possession see the Arizona State Legislature search page)
adverse possession
The right of an occupant of land to acquire title against the real owner, where possession has been actual, continuous, hostile, visible, and distinct for the statutory period The requirements for adversely possessing property vary between states, but usually include continuous and open use for a period of five or more years and paying taxes on the property in question
adverse possession
The act of acquiring title to property by continuous and outright possession against the title of another for a specific period of time
adverse possession
A method of acquiring title to property by continuous, visible and hostile possession for a period of time dictated by law
adverse possession
The open and notorious possession and occupancy under an evident claim or right, in denial or opposition to the title of another claimant
be in possession of
have -, own -, hold -
constructive possession
legal ownership rights
constructive possession
(law) having the power and intention to have and control property but without direct control or actual presence upon it
criminal possession
(law) possession for which criminal sanctions are provided because the property may not lawfully be possessed or may not be posessed under certain circumstances
equitable possession
property right recognized by equity laws
got possession of
gained ownership of
had in his possession
held in his possession, owned
has in his possession
possesses, owns
illegal possession
possession of controlled substances
in his possession
in his ownership, in his hands, in his custody, in his control
in my possession
in my hands, in my ownership, on my person
keep in possession
guard the ownership of
keep possession of
hold in one's possession, maintain ownership of
lawful possession
legally recognized ownership of property
possess
have ownership or possession of; "He owns three houses in Florida"; "How many cars does she have?"
possess
To enter into and influence; to control the will of; to fill; to affect; said especially of evil spirits, passions, etc
possess
To have; to have ownership of
possess
To take control of someones body or mind, especially in a supernatural manner
possess
To obtain occupation or possession of; to accomplish; to gain; to seize
possess
to acquaint; to inform; followed by of or with before the thing possessed, and now commonly used reflexively
possess
feelings If you ask what possessed someone to do something, you are emphasizing your great surprise that they have done something which you consider foolish or dangerous. What on earth had possessed her to agree to marry him?
possess
have as an attribute, knowledge, or skill; "he possesses great knowledge about the Middle East"
possess
enter into and control, as of emotions or ideas; "What possessed you to buy this house?"; "A terrible rage possessed her"
possess
To have the legal title to; to have a just right to; to be master of; to own; to have; as, to possess property, an estate, a book
possess
To put in possession; to make the owner or holder of property, power, knowledge, etc
possess
{f} control, dominate; hold; have as a quality; own, have as property
possess
enter into and control, as of emotions or ideas; "What possessed you to buy this house?"; "A terrible rage possessed her
possess
To occupy in person; to hold or actually have in one's own keeping; to have and to hold
possessions
the items or belongings a person owns
possessions
U S possessions are the U S Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, Swain's Island, Howland Island, Baker Island, Jarvis Island, Midway Islands (this consists of Sand Island and Eastern Island), Kingman Reef, Johnston Atoll, Navassa Island, Swan Island, Wake Island, and Palmyra Island
possessions
plural of possession
possessions
{i} personal property; wealth
right of possession
ownership, entitlement, holding
self-possession
Self-possession is the quality of being self-possessed. She found her customary self-possession had deserted her. = self-assurance
self-possession
self-control, restraint of oneself
self-possession
the trait of resolutely controlling your own behavior
space-possession dictatorial
worried or concerned about own assets and property in an obsessive and compulsive manner
take possession of
capture, control over -
taking possession
acquiring the right to an item, acquiring an item
vacant possession
{i} (British) ownership of a property whose preceding tenants have already moved out
vacant possession
house/flat with vacant possession a home or other building whose previous owner has left, so that the new owner can move into it immediately
possession
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