resign

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
istifa etmek

İstifa etmekten başka seçeneği yoktu. - He has no choice but to resign.

Şu andaki işimden istifa etmek istemiyorum. - I don't want to resign my job at present.

{f} teslim olmak
(Bilgisayar) çekil

Başkanın çekilmesini talep ettiler. - They demanded that President resign.

Onlar belediye başkanının çekilmesini istediler. - They demanded that the mayor should resign.

çekilmek
ayrılmak
istifa et

Ordu onu istifa etmeye zorladı. - The army forced him to resign.

Şirket insanların gönüllü olarak istifa etmeleri için yalvardı. - The company appealed for people to take voluntary resignation.

(Askeri) İSTİFA ETMEK: Ordu yönetmeliğine göre Ordudan kendi rızasıyle ayrılmak
{f} bırakmak
teslim etmek iade etmek
vaz geçmek
{f} emanet etmek
istifa edip bırakmak
{f} vazgeçmek
{f} istifasını vermek
{f} feragat etmek, vazgeçmek, terketmek, bırakmak
{f} istifa etmek, (işten) ayrılmak, çekilmek: resign one's post görevinden istifa etmek
resign bırak
{f} teslim etmek
{f} kendini vermek
terketmek
resignation
{i} istifa

Tom istifasını sunmaya karar verdi. - Tom decided to submit his resignation.

O, istifasını sundu mu? - Did he hand in his resignation?

resign oneself to
teslim olmak
resign to
vermek
resign en masse
istifa topluca
resign from
-den istifa etmek
resign yourself to something
(deyim) Sevemediğiniz, içinize sindiremediğiniz bir şeyi kabullenmek
resign as a body
(Politika, Siyaset) toplu istifa
resign from office
(Politika, Siyaset) görevden istifa
resign o.s. to
(boyun eğerek) -e katlanmak: We have resigned ourselves to the government's new policy. Hükümetin yeni politikasına boyun eğdik
resign one's office
görevden ayrılmak
resign one's office
istifa etmek
resign oneself to
kendini bırakmak
resign oneself to
boyun eğmek
resign oneself to
tevekkül etmek
resignation
feragat
resignation
boyun eğme
resignation
{i} rıza
resigned
istifa etmek
resign to
teslim etmek
resignation
(Ticaret) fesih
resignation
terketme
resigned
boyun eğmiş

Tom kaderini boyun eğmiş bir şekilde kabullendi. - Tom has resignedly accepted his fate.

resigned
tevekkül etmek
urge someone to resign
istifaya davet etmek
urge someone to resign
istifaya çağırmak
resignation
çekilme

Çekilme hayatın ilk dersidir. - Resignation is the first lesson of life.

resignation
kabullenme
resigned
{f} istifa et

Onun istifa ettiğine dair bir söylenti var. - There is a rumor that he has resigned.

Onun istifa etmesi şaşırtıcı değildir. - It is not surprising that he resigned.

resigned
yakınmadan kabul eden
resigned
istifa et(mek)
resignation
{i} istifa mektubu

Bu benim istifa mektubum. - This is my letter of resignation.

resignation
vazgeçme
resignation
{i} (boyun eğerek) katlanma; tevekkül
resignation
bırakma
resignation
teslimiyet/istifa/çekilme
resignation
tevekkül
resignation
(Askeri) İSTİFA: Bir memuriyetten çekilme. Ordu Yönetmeliklerine uygun olarak Ordudan kendi rızasıyle ayrılma
resignation
{i} feragat, vazgeçme, terketme, birakma
resigned
teslimiyet göstermiş
resigned
kabullenmiş
resigned
resignedly baş eğerek
resigned
kaderine boyun eğmiş
resigned
teslimiyetle
resigned
uysallıkla
resigned
uysallık
resigned
resign bırak
resigned
oluruna bırakmış
resigned
mütevekkil
resignedly
boyun eğmiş bir halde
resignedly
kabullenmiş şekilde
resignedly
uysal bir şekilde

Tom kaderini uysal bir şekilde kabul etti. - Tom has resignedly accepted his fate.

resigning
istifa

Derhal istifa etmeyi düşünüyorum. - I am thinking of resigning at once.

İstifa etmeye niyetim yok. - I have no intention of resigning.

Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To give up or hand over (something to someone); to relinquish ownership of

And if the perfection of well-speaking might bring any glorie sutable unto a great personage , Scipio and Lelius would never have resigned the honour of their Comedies unto an Affrican servant .

Alternative spelling of re-sign
To quit (a job or position)

He resigned the crown to follow his heart.

To submit passively; to give up as hopeless or inevitable

Here is a man who was resigned to his fate, who was walking to the scaffold and about to die like a coward, that's true, but at least he was about to die without resisting and without recrimination. Do you know what gave him that much strength? Do you know what consoled him? Do you know what resigned him to his fate?.

{v} to give or yield up, yield, submit
Hence, to give up; to yield; to submit; said of the wishes or will, or of something valued; also often used reflexively
give up or retire from a position; "The Secretary fo the Navy will leave office next month"; "The chairman resigned over the financial scandal"
to quit a job or position
part with a possession or right; "I am relinquishing my bedroom to the long-term house guest"; "resign a claim to the throne"
If you resign yourself to an unpleasant situation or fact, you accept it because you realize that you cannot change it. Pat and I resigned ourselves to yet another summer without a boat = reconcile see also resigned
To commit to the care of; to consign
If you resign from a job or position, you formally announce that you are leaving it. A hospital administrator has resigned over claims he lied to get the job Mr Robb resigned his position last month. = quit
To affix one's signature to, a second time; to sign again
To relinquish; to abandon
accept as inevitable; "He resigned himself to his fate"
To sign back; to return by a formal act; to yield to another; to surrender; said especially of office or emolument
leave (a job, post, post, or position) voluntarily; "She vacated the position when she got pregnant"; "The chairman resigned when he was found to have misappropriated funds"
accept as inevitable; "He resigned himself to his fate
{f} quit an office or position; relinquish, give up, abdicate; submit to, quietly accept
resign oneself
To give up, stop resisting and come to accept

He resigned himself to his fate and began the long walk home to face his wife.

resign yourself to something
(deyim) Make yourself accept something that you do not like because you cannot change it: [+ ing form of verb]

He resigned himself to living alone.

resign a claim
give up a claim on
resign all hope
lose all hope, despair
resign from government
give up a position in government
resign in protest
quit one's position out of protest
resign oneself
submit without complaint, not fight against, accept quietly
resignation
the act of resigning
resignation
state of uncomplaining, utter frustration
resigned
Simple past tense and past participle of resign
resignation
{n} the act of resigning, submission
Resignation
re sign
resignation
a student’s voluntary termination of enrollment in all classes carried out in accordance with University procedures
resignation
A personnel action, initiated by the employee to the supervisor, ending their employment with the Federal Government A minimum of two weeks notice is desired, except in those few instances where a severe hardship would be imposed Should it become necessary for an employee to resign while off the job, a resignation should be submitted to the supervisor by letter, if possible
resignation
a formal document giving notice of your intention to resign; "he submitted his resignation as of next month" the act of giving up a claim or office or possession etc
resignation
{i} act of quitting a position; letter stating that one quits a position; relinquishment, abdication, act of giving up; submission, quiet acceptance
resignation
a written or oral declaration that one resigns
resignation
the act of giving up (a claim or office or possession etc )
resignation
the act of giving up a claim or office or possession etc
resignation
The voluntary separation of an employee
resignation
The act of resigning or giving up, as a claim, possession, office, or the like; surrender; as, the resignation of a crown or comission
resignation
A voluntary act taken by a staff employee to end her or his employment with the University
resignation
The state of being resigned or submissive; quiet or patient submission; unresisting acquiescence; as, resignation to the will and providence of God
resignation
is an employee's voluntary termination of employment, other than at the end of a specified period Resignation must be accepted by the employer in order to be effective (démission)
resignation
Your resignation is a formal statement of your intention to leave a job or position. Mr Morgan has offered his resignation and it has been accepted. his letter of resignation
resignation
Resignation is the acceptance of an unpleasant situation or fact because you realize that you cannot change it. He sighed with profound resignation
resignation
acceptance of despair
resignation
The official process by which a student withdraws from all courses during a university semester or summer term The withdrawal is usually initiated by the student, but may be done in certain instances by university personnel See also "Drop "
resignation
A request by an employee to terminate his/her employment with the University
resignation
The voluntary separation from service at the request of the employee
resignation
a formal document giving notice of your intention to resign; "he submitted his resignation as of next month"
resignation
a student's voluntary termination of enrollment in all classes carried out in accordance with University procedures
resignations
plural of resignation
resigned
vice
resigned
past of resign
resigned
Submissive; yielding; not disposed to resist or murmur
resigned
Characterized by resignation or acceptance
resigned
showing utter resignation or hopelessness; "abject surrender"
resigned
If you are resigned to an unpleasant situation or fact, you accept it without complaining because you realize that you cannot change it. He is resigned to the noise and mess
resigned
{s} submissive, acquiescent, yielding
resigned
(followed by `to') having come to accept; "resigned to his fate"
resignedly
with resignation and acceptance; in a resigned manner; "resignedly, I telegraphed back that it was all right with me if he insisted"
resignedly
With resignation and acceptance; in a resigned manner
resignedly
With submission
resignedly
in a hopeless resigned manner; "she shrugged her shoulders abjectly"
resignedly
with resignation and acceptance; in a resigned manner; "resignedly, I telegraphed back that it was all right with me if he insisted
resignedly
in a resigned manner, acquiescently, yieldingly, submissively
resigner
{i} one who quits a position; one who relinquishes, abdicator; one who submits, one who acquiesces
resigner
One who resigns
resigning
present participle of resign
resigns
third-person singular of resign
resign
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