rehabilitation

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rehabilitasyon

Telafi etmek rehabilitasyona doğru ilk adımdır. - Making amends is the first step toward rehabilitation.

Sami'nin rehabilitasyonu daha sıkı çalışma gerektirir. - Sami's rehabilitation requires more hard work.

{i} iyileştirme
rütbe ya da haklarını geri verme
eski görev
eski sağlığına kavuşturma
(Askeri) ONARIM: Bozulmuş malzemeyi kullanılabilir hale getirmek için yapılan iş
{i} iade etme
{i} haklarını geri verme
{i} eski haline döndürme
(Tıp) Fiziki hareket kusurlarını düzeltme, rehabilitasyon
yenileme
esenleştirme
rehabilitation program
rehabilitasyon programı
rehabilitation of youth at risk
risk altında gençlerin rehabilitasyon
rehabilitation area
(Askeri) GÜÇLENDİRME BÖLGESİ: Bir veya daha çok harekatın tamamlanmasından sonra, kıtaların ve kadrolarındaki teçhizatın yeniden düzenlenmesi (reorganization), onarımı (refitting), eski sıhhatin kazanılması (recuperation), yenileştirme (reconditioning) bakım ve hazırlık eğitimi için geri çekildikleri bölge
rehabilitation center
(Askeri) ISLAH MERKEZİ, ISLAH EVİ: Olağanüstü durumlarda, genel mahpusları tekrar göreve iade için ıslah amacıyla kullanılan ordu ıslah tesisi. Denizaşırı hapishaneler ile ıslah merkezleri, askeri mahpus eğitim merkezleri (disciplinary training centers) ve askeri mahpus eğitim bölükleri (disciplinary training companies) bunlar arasındadır
rehabilitation supplies
(Askeri) DEĞİŞTİRME İKMAL MADDELERİ: Bak. "replacement"
rehabilitation training center
(Askeri) ISLAH EĞİTİM MERKEZİ: Bak. "rehabilitation center"
rehabilitate
{f} tamir etmek
rehabilitate
rehabilite etmek
rehabilitate
düzeltmek
desert rehabilitation
çöl ıslahı
rehabilitate
normal hale getirmek
rehabilitate
yararlı duruma getirmek
rehabilitate
eski haline getirmek
rehabilitate
eski görev
rehabilitate
tedavi ederek sağlığına kavuşturmak
rehabilitate
ıslah etmek
rehabilitate
rütbe ya da haklarını geri vermek
rehabilitate
iyileştir
expert in criminal rehabilitation
ceza rehabilitasyon uzman
physical rehabilitation
fizik tedavi ve rehabilitasyon
rehabilitate
İyileştirmek, eski sağlığına kavuşturmak
rehabilitate
Yeniden ehliyetini vermek
rehabilitate
Namus veya itibarını iade etmek, eski haklarını iade etmek
rehabilitation of
rehan
street rehabilitation
(Mimarlık) Sokak sağlıklaştırması
vocational rehabilitation program
mesleki rehabilitasyon programı
acute rehabilitation program
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) akut rehabilitasyon programı
mouth rehabilitation
(Tıp) ağız rehabilitasyonu
oversea rehabilitation center
(Askeri) DENİZAŞIRI ISLAH MERKEZİ: Bak. "rehabilitation center"
rehabilitate
{f} iyileştirmek
rehabilitate
hakları geri vermek
rehabilitate
sağlığına kavuşturmak
rehabilitate
{f} iade etmek (hak)
rehabilitate
(Tıp) Kişiyi belli bir iş üzerinde yetenekli kılmak, fiziksel yetenekleri verimli bir işe yöneltmek
rehabilitate
{f} onarmak
rehabilitate
iade etmek itibarını iade etmek
rehabilitate
eski haline döndürmek
rehabilitate
itibarını iade etmek
temporary rehabilitation
(Askeri) geçiçi rehabilitasyon
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration physical medicine and rehabilitation rehabilitation medicine
the restoration of someone to a useful place in society
A process whereby previously mined or disturbed areas are returned to a stable, non polluting landform usually through recontouring and seeding
vindication of a person's character and the re-establishment of that person's reputation
A strategy of punishment associated with positivist approaches to criminology Offenders are understood to be sick; the state attempts to cure them and reintroduce them into society See also Incapacitation, Retribution, and Deterrence
Services designed to assist an individual in adapting to a loss of physical or mental functioning, or to restore normal functioning Usually provided following an accident or illness, rehabilitation is often a time-limited benefit that is only authorized if improvement is expected within a short period
this refers to making the system work again by allowing systems to function naturally, usually by restoring some attributes Rehabilitation does not necessarily restore exactly the condition of the pre-disturbance characteristics but does involve establishing geologically and hydrologically stable landscapes that support the natural ecosystem mosaic *
(1) In disability income insurance, the process of helping a disabled person return to work, either at her own occupation or at another occupation if she is unable to perform the duties of her own occupation (2) In insurer insolvencies in the United States, a court-ordered process intended to restore a financially troubled company to a financially sound basisãthe financially impaired insurer continues to operate and to exist Contrast with liquidation See also receivership
A process by which a borrower may bring a FFELP loan out of default by adhering to specified repayment requirements
—Treatment for an injury or illness aimed at restoring physical abilities
The process of providing a program of coordinated services, with the full participation of the individual with SCI to achieve physical, psychological, social, economic, and vocational potential Rehabilitation is a dynamic process of learning to live with a disability in one's own environment beginning at the moment of injury and continuing for the duration of one's life
Major renovation, rebuilding or repair of a transit vehicle for the purpose of preserving its useful service life
the restoration of someone to a useful place in society the treatment of physical disabilities by massage and electrotherapy and exercises vindication of a person's character and the re-establishment of that person's reputation
Comprehensive program to reduce/overcome deficits following injury or illness, and to assist the individual to attain the optimal level of mental and physical ability
Improvements to a natural resource that return it to a good condition but not the condition prior to disturbance (In another source, Cairns defines rehabilitation and reclamation as "replacing selected original attributes of particular value to humans or putting a natural resource to a new or greatly-altered use to serve human purposes " (Cairns, John, Jr 1991 "The status of the theoretical and applied science of restoration ecology" The Environmental Professional 13 (3) p 187 )
The reworking of existing infrastructure that was capitalized with the original construction or portions thereof, including the upgrading of or replacement of major systems, that extends the useful life of the systems to an expected useful life approaching that of a new system
  A process aimed at enabling persons with disabilities to regain and maintain their optimal physical, sensory, intellectual, psychiatric, and/or restore functions or compensate for the loss or absence of a function or for a functional limitation   The rehabilitation process does not involve initial medical care   It includes a wide range of measures and activities from more basic and general rehabilitation to goal-oriented activities, for instance vocation rehabilitation
Comprehensive program to reduce/overcome deficits following injury or illness, and to assistthe individual to attain the optimal level of mental and physical ability
The act of rehabilitating, or the state of being rehabilitated
Restoring an old mining site for a new industrial function, recreational use, or to a natural state
{i} restoration to good health or condition; restoration of a person's good reputation
The process of rehabilitating something
the restoration of some former ability or state of being or some more optimum condition
the treatment of physical disabilities by massage and electrotherapy and exercises
The restoration of a property to satisfactory condition without drastically changing the plan, form, or style of architecture
One of several treatments for older buildings, rehabilitation is the act of taking a sound older building and giving it a useful new life by updating systems like heating, plumbing, and electricity, while preserving the features which contributes to its historic character This is the treatment which is appropriate for the majority of older buildings; it allows them to be updated to meet contemporary needs while keeping their overall historic character It is not restoration
A restorative process through which an individual with ESRD develops and maintains self-sufficient functioning consistent with his/her capability
the act or process of returning a property to a state of utility through repair or alteration that makes possible an efficient contemporary use while preserving those features of the property significant to its historical, architectural, and cultural values
(1) Implies that the land will be returned to a form and productivity in conformity with a prior land use plan, including a stable ecological state that does not contribute substantially to environmental deterioration and is consistent with surrounding aesthetic values (2) The process of returning a disturbed site to its original ecological slate
The process of returning disturbed land to a stable, self sustaining landform that is compatible with the surrounding environment
the conversion of wasteland into land suitable for use of habitation or cultivation
The rebuilding of revenue vehicles to original specifications of the manufacturer Rebuilding may include some new components but has less emphasis on structural restoration than would be the case in a remanufacturing operation, focusing on mechanical systems and vehicle interiors
Is the process of modifying an historic building to extend its useful life through alterations and repairs, while preserving the important architectural, cultural and historical features
the treatment needed to return an abandoned pit site to a productive state This might involve returning the site to its natural state by planting vegetation or landscaping Or, rehabilitation could involve development as housing or recreational land
rehabilitation engineering
Rehabilitation engineering is the systematic application of engineering sciences to design, develop, adapt, test, evaluate, apply, and distribute technological solutions to problems confronted by individuals with disabilities. Functional areas addressed through rehabilitation engineering may include mobility, communications, hearing, vision, and cognition, and activities associated with employment, independent living, education, and integration into the community
rehabilitation center
place where one is restored to a state of health or to constructive activity
rehabilitation of youth at risk
providing guidance and counseling to help young people that are in danger
rehabilitation process
process of restoring one to a state of health or constructive activity
rehabilitation program
a program for restoring someone to good health
rehabilitate
To restore (someone) to their former state, reputation, possessions, status etc
rehabilitate
To return (something) to its original condition
rehabilitate
To go through such a process; to recover
rehabilitate
To restore to (a criminal etc.) the necessary training and education to allow for a successful reintegration into society; to retrain
rehabilitate
To restore or repair (a vehicle, building); to make habitable or usable again
rehabilitate
To return (someone) to good health after illness, addiction etc
rehabilitate
To vindicate; to restore the reputation or image of (a person, concept etc.)
rehabilitate
to restore to a former status, capacity, right rank, or privilege
Association for the Rehabilitation of Disabled Children
organization working to rehabilitate handicapped children
Association for the Rehabilitation of the Mentally Handicapped
organization working to rehabilitate mentally disabled persons
Center for Prisoner Rehabilitation
institution in which convicts are taught the skills necessary to function in society
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
Administrative body (1943-47) for an extensive social-welfare program for war-ravaged nations. It distributed relief supplies and services, including shelter, food, and medicine, and helped with agricultural and economic rehabilitation. Its functions were later taken over by the International Refugee Organization, the World Health Organization, and UNICEF
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration
organization founded in 1943 to aid areas liberated from the Axis powers
correctional rehabilitation
providing penal custody or probation or parole for convicted offenders
drug rehabilitation
the process of helping someone to live without illegal drugs after they have been addicted to them
drug rehabilitation
act of breaking away from an addiction to drugs
drug rehabilitation center
drug treatment center, institution which helps drug addicts to break their addiction
economic rehabilitation
attempt to restore an economy to a good condition
physical medicine and rehabilitation
or physiatry or physical therapy or rehabilitation medicine Medical specialty treating chronic disabilities through physical means to help patients return to a comfortable, productive life despite a medical problem. Its objectives are pain relief, functional improvement or maintenance, training in essential activities, and functional testing of areas such as strength, mobility, breathing capacity, and coordination. Physical medicine may use diathermy, hydrotherapy, massage, exercise, and functional training. The last can mean learning to work with a guide dog or a prosthesis or learning new ways to carry out everyday activities with a limb missing, sometimes by using assistive devices. Physician specialists head rehabilitation teams including a physical therapist, rehabilitation engineer, rehabilitation nurse, psychological counselor, and sometimes a respiratory or speech therapist. See also occupational therapy; orthopedics
physical rehabilitation
providing help for disabled persons; the removal or reduction of disabilities
prisoner rehabilitation
training which attempts to bring prisoners to a place where they can become useful members of society
rehabilitate
{f} restore to good health or condition; clear a name, restore a person's good reputation
rehabilitate
To treat land, buildings or structures so that their use or condition is restored to its former use or condition, or may be changed to another use or condition that is or will be compatible with adjacent land uses
rehabilitate
To restore to effectiveness or normal life by training etc , esp after imprisonment or illness; to restore to former privileges or reputation or a proper condition Derivative (rehabilitative adj ; rehabilitation n [medieval Latin: rehabilitare (as re-, habilitate)])
rehabilitate
restore to a state of good condition or operation reinstall politically; "Deng Xiao Ping was rehabilitated several times throughout his lifetime
rehabilitate
To restore, refurbish, bring back to original condition
rehabilitate
help to re-adapt, as to a former state of health or good repute; "The prisoner was successfully rehabilitated"; "After a year in the mental clinic, the patient is now rehabilitated"
rehabilitate
restore to a state of good condition or operation
rehabilitate
To return to good graces in the eyes of society after committing but suffering punishment for a crime
rehabilitate
If someone is rehabilitated, they begin to be considered acceptable again after a period during which they have been rejected or severely criticized. Ten years later, Dreyfus was rehabilitated His candidacy has divided the party; while most have scorned him, others have sought to rehabilitate him
rehabilitate
To restore or repair, to make habitable again
rehabilitate
To rescue from a state of decadence or decrepitude
rehabilitate
To care for an animal until it is in good health again and can be released to its natural habitat
rehabilitate
reinstall politically; "Deng Xiao Ping was rehabilitated several times throughout his lifetime"
rehabilitate
To invest or clothe again with some right, authority, or dignity; to restore to a former capacity; to reinstate; to qualify again; to restore, as a delinquent, to a former right, rank, or privilege lost or forfeited; - - a term of civil and canon law
rehabilitate
to restore a structure to a condition of good repair
rehabilitate
To rehabilitate someone who has been ill or in prison means to help them to live a normal life again. To rehabilitate someone who has a drug or alcohol problem means to help them stop using drugs or alcohol. Considerable efforts have been made to rehabilitate patients who have suffered in this way. + rehabilitation re·ha·bili·ta·tion the rehabilitation of young offenders
social rehabilitation
rebuilding of society
vocational rehabilitation
providing training in a specific trade with the aim of gaining employment
vocational rehabilitation program
a program of rehabilitation through job training with an eye to gainful employment
rehabilitation

    Расстановка переносов

    re·ha·bi·li·ta·tion

    Турецкое произношение

    rihıbîlıteyşın

    Произношение

    /ˌrēhəˌbələˈtāsʜən/ /ˌriːhəˌbɪləˈteɪʃən/

    Этимология

    [ "rE-&-'bi-l&-"tAt, "rE ] (transitive verb.) circa 1581. Medieval Latin rehabilitatus, past participle of rehabilitare, from Latin re- + Late Latin habilitare to habilitate.

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