precinct

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} seçim bölgesi

Seçim bölgesinde görüşürüz. - See you back at the precinct.

{i} çevre
pasaj
bölge

Seçim bölgesinde görüşürüz. - See you back at the precinct.

semt
belirli bir amaç için ayrılmış alan
etrafı çevrili alan
ç.komşuluk
komşu çevre
havali
sınır/bölge
{i} (şehir içinde) bölge; yöre
{i} polis bölgesi
precinct, sector
Sektörün bölge
pedestrian precinct
yaya bölgesi
precincts
bölge
precincts
(Politika, Siyaset) seçim bölgesi
precincts
çevre
precincts
{i} civar
precincts
{i} yöre
precincts
bölgeler/sınırlar/çevre
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A subdivision of a city under the jurisdiction of a specific group of police; the police station situated in that district
A subdivision of a city or town for the purposes of voting and representation in city or town government. In cities, precincts may be grouped into wards
An enclosed space having defined limits, normally marked by walls
A pedestrianized and uncovered shopping area
{n} a boundary, outward limit, division
A subdivision of a ward, as for voting The smallest political unit in the American electoral system and the basic building block for political organization A precinct has between 200 and 1,000 voters Following the 1990 census, there were about 147,000 precincts in the U S Each party normally appoints a precinct captain as party leader in the neighborhood and as its representative on the larger city or county party committee Precincts may also elect delegates to city or county party conventions Today, the precinct captain's job mainly involves education and organization, promoting the benefits of party membership, and registering new voters
A shopping precinct is an area in the centre of a town in which cars are not allowed. The Centre was a pedestrian precinct with a bandstand in the middle
A parish or prescribed territory attached to a church, and taxed for its support
A subdivision of a city or town for the purposes of voting and representation in city or town government. In cities, Precincts may be grouped into of wards
A precinct is a part of a city which has its own police force and fire service. The shooting occurred in the 34th Precinct
{i} area or district within a city; police station which oversees a precinct; place with set limits or boundaries
The precincts of an institution are its buildings and land. No one carrying arms is allowed within the precincts of a temple
A district within certain boundaries; a minor territorial or jurisdictional division; as, an election precinct; a school precinct
a district of a city or town marked out for administrative purposes
  The basic geographical units for organizing and administering elections  
A usually contiguous geographical area in which the adult citizens are assigned a single voting booth to cast their election ballots In some states it is called an ``election district '' Occasionally several physical voting booths exist within one precinct The precinct-level electoral data files which constitute the central element of the ROAD datasets have this as their unit of observation
The limit or exterior line encompassing a place; a boundary; a confine; limit of jurisdiction or authority; often in the plural; as, the precincts of a state
A subdivision or district of a city or town under the jurisdiction of or patrolled by a specific unit of its police force, or, an election district of a city or town
precinct committeeman
A person elected or appointed in State Counties to represent a local ward, precinct, or township
precinct committeemen
plural form of precinct committeeman
pedestrian precinct
An area in a town or city intended for pedestrians only, where vehicles (in particular motor vehicles) are not normally allowed
shopping precinct
shopping mall; shopping centre
pedestrian precinct
A pedestrian precinct is a street or part of a town where vehicles are not allowed. pe.destrian 'mall a shopping area in the centre of a town where cars, trucks etc cannot go
pedestrian precinct
region that is reserved for walking, region that is closed to motor vehicles
police precinct
a precinct in which law enforcement is the responsibility of particular police force
precincts
plural of precinct
precincts
{i} area that surrounds a building or institution; neighborhood
shopping precinct
an area in a town where there are a lot of shops and where cars are not allowed
shopping precinct
(British) shopping center, strip mall
voting precinct
one of several districts into which a city or town is divided for voting; each contains one polling place
precinct

    Расстановка переносов

    pre·cinct

    Турецкое произношение

    prisîngk

    Произношение

    /ˈprēˌsəɴɢk/ /ˈpriːˌsɪŋk/

    Этимология

    [ 'prE-"si[ng](k)t ] (noun.) 15th century. Middle English early 15th century, in sense of “district for government purposes”, from Medieval Latin precinctum, alternative form of praecinctum (“enclosure, boundary line”), neuter singular of praecinctus, perfect passive participle of Latin praecingō (“surround, gird”), from prae (“before”) + cingō (“surround, encircle”), from which also cinch.“” in the Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper, 2001 Cognate to Italian precingere (“to encircle”).

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    zabernism
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