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five
{i} beş

Buraya taşındığımızdan beri beş yıl geçti. - It is five years since we moved here.

İstasyondan yürüyerek eve gitmek sadece beş dakika. - Walking from the station to the house takes only five minutes.

precept
{i} talimat
five
beşi

Elmaları beşimiz arasında böler. - He divides the apples among five of us.

Bizim ev beşimize yetecek kadar geniş. - Our house is large enough for five of us.

precept
ana kural
precept
temel
precept
ilke
precept
mahkeme emri
precept
temel prensip
five
iskambilde beşli
precept
eğitim vermek
five
spor beş kişilik takım
five
beş kat

Senin şehrin nüfusu benim kasabanınkinin yaklaşık beş katı kadar büyüktür. - The population of your city is about five times as large as that of my town.

Kitaplarını beş kategoriye ayırdı. - He grouped his books into five categories.

five
beş sayısı iskambil beşli
five
beş rakamı

Bir sayısal tarih olarak yazıldığında Mart 14, 2015, pi'nin ilk beş rakamına karşılık gelir- yüz yılda bir kez rastlantı! - When written as a numerical date, March 14, 2015 is 3/14/15, corresponding to the first five digits of pi (3.1415) - a once-in-a-century coincidence!

five
(isim) beş
five
fivefingers beşparmakotu
five
five and dime tuhafiye mağazası
five
{i} beş, beş rakamı (5, V)
five
{i} isk. beşli. five-and-ten-cent store/ten-cent store/dime store/five-and-ten ucuz eşya satılan mağaza
five
beş parmak denilen deniz hayvanı
precept
kaide
precept
emir
precept
yönetmelik
precept
kural

Örnek en iyi kuraldır. - Example is the best precept.

precept
{i} yönerge
precept
{i} ahlaki kural, ilke
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Plural of precept
a principal or instruction intended especially as a general rule of action
The income which the County Council requires from the collection funds of the district councils
Commands or orders given to individuals or communities in particular cases; they establish law for concerned parties Preceptive documents are issued by the pope, departments of the Roman Curia and other competent authority in the Church
rules or statements advising or laying down a principle or principles or a course of action regarding conduct; directions meant as a rule or rules for conduct
Teachings regarding personal conduct, which are both ethical guidelines and, more broadly, aspects of reality itself At both jukai and tokudo ceremonies, sixteen precepts (kai) are received
five
five-
precept
This is the amount of Council Tax income county councils, police authorities, the Metropolitan Police, parish councils and some fire authorities need to provide their services The amounts for all local authorities providing services in an area appear on one Council Tax bill which comes from the billing authority
precept
{n} a command, instruction, rule, law
Book of Precepts
composition by RamBam that includes a list of the mitzvot
observing the precepts
fulfilling of the mitzvot, keeping of the Jewish religious laws
precept
Any commandment, instruction, or order intended as an authoritative rule of action; esp
precept
{i} order, directive, instruction; rule, law; command; commandment, mandate; maxim, saying, adage
precept
A precept is a general rule that helps you to decide how you should behave in particular circumstances. an electoral process based on the precept that all men are born equal. = principle. a rule on which a way of thinking or behaving is based (praeceptum, from praecipere )
precept
A command in writing; a species of writ or process
precept
The income which the Council requires a District Council to raise on its behalf from Council Tax
precept
rule of personal conduct
precept
a doctrine that is taught; "the teachings of religion"; "he believed all the Christian precepts"
precept
a command respecting moral conduct; an injunction; a rule
precept
n A rule or principle imposing a particular standard of action or conduct
precept
A rule or principle, especially one governing personal conduct
precept
To teach by precepts
precepts

    Турецкое произношение

    prisepts

    Произношение

    /ˈprēˌsepts/ /ˈpriːˌsɛpts/

    Этимология

    [ 'prE-"sept ] (noun.) 14th century. Middle English, from Latin praeceptum, from neuter of praeceptus, past participle of praecipere to take beforehand, instruct, from prae- + capere to take; more at HEAVE.

    Слово дня

    jubilee
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