reclamation

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} ıslah
{i} iadesini isteme
düzeltme
ıslah etme
arazi ıslahı
iyileştirme
tarıma elverişli duruma getirme
geri alma
(Madencilik) Madencilik yapılan bir bölgenin, madencilik işleri sonrası tekrar eski haline getirilmesi; park bahçe yapılması, orman vasfı kazandırılması gibi ıslah çalışmaları

There is reclamation works on that area.

{i} tarıma uygunlaştırma
ıslah/geri alma
(Askeri) PARÇALARI YENİLEŞTİRME: Bozulmuş çürüğe çıkarılmış, terkedilmiş veya hasara uğramış malzeme, parça veya aksamın onarım, yeniden imal veya ıslah suretiyle kullanılır bir hale getirilmesi ve ikmal kanallarına iadesi işlemi
{i} yeniden kullanma
{i} geri isteme
{i} arazi kazanma
{i} değerlendirme
yeniden düzenleme
yenileme
reklamasyon
reclamation planning
(Askeri) islah
reclamation period
itiraz süresi
reclamation of rock field
(Askeri) kayalık alanların ıslahı
reclamation period
(Kanun) itiraz müddeti
refuse reclamation
(Çevre) çöp ıslahı
reclaim
düzeltmek
reclaim
geliştirmek
reclaim
kurtarmak
reclaim
yeniden kullanmak
reclaim
değerlendirmek
reclaim
geri kazanmak
reclaim
geri istemek
reclaim
rejenere etmek
reclaim
geri
reclaim
boşaltmak
reclaim
geri çağırmak
reclaim
geri almak
reclaim
elverişli yapmak
reclaim
rejenerasyon
reclaim
iyileştirme
reclaim
itiraz
reclaim
iyileştirmek
reclaim
ıslah
land reclamation
arazi kazanma
land reclamation
toprak kazanma
reclaim
geri iste
reclaim
ıslah etmek
reclaim
tarıma ya da oturmaya elverişle duruma getirmek
reclaim
{f} iadesini istemek
land reclamation
(İnşaat) arazi islahı
land reclamation
toprak ıslahı
quartermaster field reclamation officers
(Askeri) LEVAZIM SAHA YENİLEŞTİRME TEŞKİLLERİ: Bak "quartermaster field maintenance offices"
reclaim
yola getirmek
reclaim
{f} (rîkleym') (bataklığı kurutarak, denizi doldurarak) arazi
reclaim
(Tekstil) geri kazanmak, rejenere etemk
reclaim
{f} (rîkleym') (araziyi/ormanı) ıslah etmek
reclaim
beyond reclaim ıslah olmaz
reclaim
geri istemek veya çağırmak
reclaim
adam olmaz
reclaim
{f} medenileştirmek
reclaim
ziraate elverişli hale koymak
reclaim
yeniden talep etmek
reclaim
(Askeri) TAZMİNAT İSTEMEK
reclaim
geri çağırma
reclaim
{f} evcilleştirmek
reclaim
reclaim ant i
solvent reclamation
(Tekstil) çözücü geri kazanımı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The act of reclaiming or the state of being reclaimed
The recovery of a wasteland, or of flooded land so it can be cultivated
{n} a reclaiming, reformation, cry
the recovery of useful substances from waste products
(1) The process of restoring land disturbed as a result of some human activity to nearly its original state through contouring and seeding (2) A type of withdraw in which public lands are or may be needed in connection with the construction and maintenance of a water development or irrigation project of the Bureau of Reclamation
means those actions which these regulations require to restore mined land to a post-mining land use which the Department has approved These actions do not include subsidence control measures conducted in the shadow area to restore damaged land to pre-mining capability
Reclamation is the process of changing land that is unsuitable for farming or building into land that can be used. centuries of sea-wall construction and the reclamation of dry land from the marshes
(1) The process of land treatment that minimizes water degradation, air pollution, damage to aquatic or wildlife habitat, flooding, erosion, and other adverse effects from surface mining operations including adverse surface effects incidental to underground mines, so that mine lands are reclaimed to a usable condition which is readily adaptable for alternate land uses and creates no danger to public health or safety The process may extend to affected land surrounding mining lands, and may require backfilling, grading, resoiling, revegetation, soil compaction, stabilization, and other measures (2) May also apply to other land uses and land types, for example, the reclaiming of waste, desert, marshy or submerged land for cultivation, preservation, reuse, etc
Reclamation is the recovery of a material from a waste Reclamation techniques differ from use and reuse techniques in that the recovered material is typically sold to another company
The return of securities previously accepted on a delivery due to the discovery that some deficiency exists with respect to the securities which would have caused the rejection of the original delivery had it been discovered at that time The payment tendered at the time of the original delivery is returned to the reclaiming dealer and the transaction (or the reclaimed portion of the transaction) is reopened as if the original delivery had not taken place Compare: REJECTION Reference: MSRB Rule G-12(g)
{i} act of demanding the return of property; repossession, act of retaking possession
The process by which lands disturbed as a result of mining activity are reclaimed back to a beneficial land use Reclamation activity includes the removal of buildings, equipment, machinery and other physical remnants of mining, closure of tailings impoundments, leach pads and other mine features, and contouring, covering and revegetation of waste rock piles and other disturbed areas
the recovery of useful substances from waste products rescuing from error and returning to a rightful course; "the reclamation of delinquent children"
The alteration of a landscape, usually as mitigation for an action, to re-create conditions prior to the project
the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation
A procedure used to recover Government funds form a financial institution that were paid to that financial institution on behalf of a depositor after the depositor’s death or legal incapacity
The reasonable restoration of productivity to lands made barren through processes such as erosion, mining, or land clearing Some lands, however, such as those that have been strip mined, regain some productivity but are permanently altered from their original states because of changes to the soil's underlying hydrological structure
Returning land to a beneficial use after mining
the rehabilitation to beneficial use of land disturbed by mining activity
rescuing from error and returning to a rightful course; "the reclamation of delinquent children"
(1) The process of converting disturbed lands or mined land to its former (or other) productive uses or form, e g , filling in of open pits, grading of the mined area, reducing high walls, replacing topsoil, planting, and revegetating (2) Recovery to a state of closure of nutrient pathway loops that are as closed (or open) as before disturbance through all of the range of geologic and climatic conditions to which the site is potentially subject (3) The process of making a site habitable to organisms that were originally present or others like the original inhabitants (4) Returning disturbed lands to a form and productivity that will be ecologically balanced and in conformity with the predetermined land-management plan
The activities conducted on mined lands consistent with the standards provided in Chapter 378, F S and the rules adopted by the State of Florida Department of Natural Resources (DNR) pursuant to that Chapter
The restoration of land to its original condition by regrading contours and replanting after the land has been mined, drilled, or otherwise has undergone alteration from its original state
A claim for the right to return or the right to demand the return of a security that has been previously accepted as a result of bad delivery or other irregularities in the delivery and settlement process
The process of restoring land which has become submerged or artificially altered fast land to its original botanical and/or geological condition
The right of the person with title to a property to recover it from the debtor in the event of a bankruptcy
A process of consolidating the remaining data from many sequential access volumes onto fewer new sequential access volumes
Representation made in opposition; remonstrance
To reprocess refrigerant to at least the purity specified in the ARI Standard 700, Specifications for Fluorocarbon Refrigerants, and to verify this purity using the analytical test procedures described in the Standard
The act or process of reclaiming
In recycling, reclamation is the restoration of materials found in the waste stream to a beneficial use which may be for purposes other than the original use
Processing of excavated landfill waste See Landfill Mining
(In recycling) Restoration of materials found in the waste stream to a beneficial use which may be for purposes other than the original use
reclaim
The calling back of a hawk
reclaim
The bringing back or recalling of a person; the fetching of someone back

The louing couple need no reskew feare, / But leasure had, and libertie to frame / Their purpost flight, free from all mens reclame .

reclaim
To return land to a suitable condition for use
reclaim
To claim something back; to repossess
reclaim
To tame or domesticate a wild animal
reclaim
to demand or to obtain the return or restoration of
reclaim
{v} to reform, correct, recall, cry out
Bureau of Reclamation
branch of the U.S. Department of the Interior that oversees projects for restoring dry desert lands in western states (deals with water conservation, water supplies. flood control, etc.)
reclaim
When an item is sent back to the delivering broker by the receiving broker because of some type of problem with the trade; the delivering broker calls this a reclaim
reclaim
To correct; to reform; said of things
reclaim
To claim back; to demand the return of as a right; to attempt to recover possession of
reclaim
Recovery of excess tax withheld in foreign markets which the United States has a treaty rate
reclaim
Rubber material recovered from scrap rubber goods by chemical treatment
reclaim
To draw back; to give way
reclaim
claim back
reclaim
If you reclaim an amount of money, for example tax that you have paid, you claim it back. There are an estimated eight million people currently thought to be eligible to reclaim income tax
reclaim
Removal HCFC gases from A/C or heat pump unit
reclaim
To obtain useful products from waste; to recycle
reclaim
The process of smelting trimmings, scrapped parts, dross, and machine turnings back to original alloy specifications
reclaim
The act of reclaiming, or the state of being reclaimed; reclamation; recovery
reclaim
To return someone to a proper course of action; to reform
reclaim
make useful again; transform from a useless or uncultivated state; "The people reclaimed the marshes"
reclaim
If you reclaim something that you have lost or that has been taken away from you, you succeed in getting it back. In 1986, they got the right to reclaim South African citizenship
reclaim
To call back from flight or disorderly action; to call to, for the purpose of subduing or quieting
reclaim
– Additions or revisions (or amendment) of a voucher resulting in resubmission of voucher for approval and processing
reclaim
of materials from waste products
reclaim
To call back to rectitude from moral wandering or transgression; to draw back to correct deportment or course of life; to reform
reclaim
bring, lead, or force to abandon a wrong or evil course of life, conduct, and adopt a right one; "The Church reformed me"; "reform your conduct"
reclaim
make useful again; transform from a useless or uncultivated state; "The people reclaimed the marshes" of materials from waste products
reclaim
To cry out in opposition or contradiction; to exclaim against anything; to contradict; to take exceptions
reclaim
An effort to take something back, to reclaim something
reclaim
Hence: To reduce to a desired state by discipline, labor, cultivation, or the like; to rescue from being wild, desert, waste, submerged, or the like; as, to reclaim wild land, overflowed land, etc
reclaim
To reduce from a wild to a tamed state; to bring under discipline; said especially of birds trained for the chase, but also of other animals
reclaim
overcome the wildness of; make docile and tractable; "He tames lions for the circus"; "reclaim falcons"
reclaim
To bring anyone back from evil courses; to reform
reclaim
To exclaim against; to gainsay
reclaim
If a piece of land that was used for farming or building is reclaimed by a desert, forest, or the sea, it turns back into desert, forest, or sea. The diamond towns are gradually being reclaimed by the desert
reclaim
{f} demand the return of property; regain possession, repossess
reclaim
Used in reference to mining activity: the process of replacing the rock and soil of surface-mined area back to its approximate original landscape
reclaim
To call back, as a hawk to the wrist in falconry, by a certain customary call
reclaim
When people reclaim land, they make it suitable for a purpose such as farming or building, for example by draining it or by building a barrier against the sea. The Netherlands has been reclaiming farmland from water
reclamations
plural of reclamation
reclamation

    Расстановка переносов

    rec·la·ma·tion

    Турецкое произношение

    reklımeyşın

    Произношение

    /ˌrekləˈmāsʜən/ /ˌrɛkləˈmeɪʃən/

    Этимология

    [ "re-kl&-'mA-sh&n ] (noun.) 1633. French réclamation, from Latin reclamation-, reclamatio, from reclamare.

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    ... the water reclamation district; never owned his own home, ...

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