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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{s} hasarlı

Hasarlı bagaj için hiç tazminat aldın mı? - Did you receive any compensation for the damaged luggage?

Chris'in kalbi o kadar boş ve hasarlı hissetti ki o tamir edilemedi. - Chris' heart felt so empty and damaged that it couldn't be repaired.

hasara uğramak
zarar verilmiş
mal kurtarma
(Bilgisayar) kurtarılan
eşya kurtarmak
(Sigorta) sovtaj
(Kanun) kurtarma ücreti
zarar görmüş

Çatı fırtınadan zarar görmüştü. - The roof was damaged by the storm.

Zarar görmüş itibarını tamir etmeye çalıştım. - I tried to repair his damaged prestige.

(yangından/kazadan) kurtarmak
kurtarma parası
{f} kurtar

Bir Belçika mezarlığındaki korkunç helikopter kazası, kurtarıcılar şimdiden 500'den fazla ceset çıkardılar. - Horrible helicopter accident in a Belgian cemetery, the rescuers have already salvaged more than 500 corpses.

Bu masa kurtarılmış ahşaptan yapılır. - This table is made out of salvaged wood.

(yangından/batan gemiden/vb.) mal kurtarma
{f} hasar ver

Rock grubu otel odasına hasar verdi. - The rock band damaged the hotel room.

Sami, Leyla'nın itibarına hasar verdi. - Sami damaged Layla's reputation.

zarar ver

Onlara zarar verildi. - They've been damaged.

Kaza, arabasının ön tekerlerine zarar verdi. - The accident damaged her car's front wheels.

kurtarılan mal
deniz kazasından veya yangından kurtarma ücreti
sigortalı eşyanın yangından kurtulması veya bunların satışıyle temin edilen gelir
deniz kazasından veya yangından kurtarılan mal
{s} bozuk
{s} mahvolmuş
{f} hasar ver: adj.hasarlı
{s} ezik ve çürük içinde
{f} zarar ver: adj.zarar görm
{f} (eşya) kurtarmak
(Askeri) HURDA: 1. Temel malzeme muhtevası dışında bir dereceye kadar değer ifade eden fakat bir bütün olarak, herhangi bir maksatla kullanılması umudu kalmayan ve bir bütün haline getirilmek üzere onarımı veya yenileştirilmesi açıkça imkansız görülen mal. 2. Kullanılmaz kabul edilen, atılan veya terk edilen mal ve böyle bir mal içindeki malzemenin, yeniden kullanılmak, yeniden imal edilmek veya işe yarar kısımları ayırmak maksadıyla toplanması veya kurtarılması
{i} kurtarılan eşya
{f} değerlendirmek (hurda vb.)
salvageableka zadan
(fiil) kurtarmak, değerlendirmek (hurda vb.)
teskin etmek
merhem sürmek
{f} kurtarmak
dinlendirici her hangi bir şey
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Of property or people at risk, to rescue
Of discarded goods, to put to use
the compensation paid to the rescuers
Obsolete spelling of savage
anything that has been put to good use that would otherwise have been wasted
any act of saving property
save from ruin, destruction, or harm
{n} a reward for saving wrecked goods
{a} savage, wild, uncivilized, rude
When an insurer makes a payment for lost or damaged property, the insurer is entitled to the salvage of that property
If something is salvaged, someone manages to save it, for example from a ship that has sunk, or from a building that has been damaged. The team's first task was to decide what equipment could be salvaged The investigators studied flight recorders salvaged from the wreckage
recovery made by an insurance company by the sale of property which has been taken over from the insured as a part-loss of settlement
the act of rescuing a ship or its crew or its cargo from a shipwreck or a fire the act of saving goods or property that were in danger of damage or destruction property or goods saved from damage or destruction collect discarded or refused material; "She scavenged the garbage cans for food"
-An intermediate cutting made to remove trees that are dead or in imminent danger of being killed by injurious agents
A Salvage title is assigned to a vehicle that has been declared a total loss resulting from Fire, Vandalism, Collision, Theft, Flood or other occurrence Salvage titles are further broken down into two categories
Damaged property that can be retrieved, reconditioned and sold to reduce an insured loss
If you manage to salvage a difficult situation, you manage to get something useful from it so that it is not a complete failure. Officials tried to salvage the situation
The compensation allowed to persons who voluntarily assist in saving a ship or her cargo from peril
Property taken over by an insurer to reduce its loss (G)
Damaged policyholder property that is legally signed over to an insurer in a loss settlement Insurance companies sell salvaged property in order to reduce their overall monetary loss
The remaining value of property after severe damage by fire or other peril The overall loss is reduced by the salvage value Undamaged property may be quite saleable and some property may be partially damaged, thus repairable and then saleable
Property that has been damaged by an insured peril but still has some realizable value; this value is taken into account when determining the amount of the loss
The value of property after fire or other peril which value is used to reduce the total loss
That part of the property that survives the peril and is saved
Salvage is the act of salvaging things from somewhere such as a damaged ship or building. The salvage operation went on. the cost of salvage
the act of rescuing a ship or its crew or its cargo from a shipwreck or a fire
the similar rescue of property liable to loss; the property so rescued
Salvaged merchandise refers to products that can no longer be sold "as new" There is a large percentage of merchandise that is damaged while in transit to retail stores For instance, a pallet of toys may have packaging damage The retailer cannot sell the toys as new because the individual boxes show wear or tear This merchandise gets set to the side and labeled "Salvage" Salvage can also refer to merchandise that has been returned to the store for any number of reasons
Recovery of materials for on-site reuse or donation to a third party
property or goods saved from damage or destruction
(Sauvetage or Récupération) Property which has been damaged by an insured peril but still has some realizable value This value is taken into account in determining the amount of the loss It is also used as indicating the process of taking steps to reduce the amount of a loss Such as the removal of goods during the course of a fire to prevent damage or the removal of the goods after the fire to prevent further damage
Property that, because of its worn, damaged, deteriorated, or incomplete condition or specialized nature, has no reasonable prospect of sale or use as serviceable property without major repairs, but has some value in excess of its scrap value
The property which has been recovered from a wrecked vessel, or the recovery of the ship herself
The saving and utilization of waste materials leftover from a remodeling job or a fire
{f} save from destruction, rescue
to put discarded goods to use
Harvesting damaged or defective trees for their economic value or for forest health Includes salvage of residual cedar, blow-down stands, and fire-damaged stands
Recovery made by an insurance company by the sale of property which has been taken over from the insured as a part of loss settlement
{i} act of saving, act of rescuing; act of saving a ship or its cargo from destruction; property that has been saved, rescued items
The salvage from somewhere such as a damaged ship or building is the things that are saved from it. They climbed up on the rock with their salvage
to rescue property or people at risk
That which is recovered from the Principal or an indemnitor to offset in whole or in part the loss and expense incurred by a surety in satisfying obligations it has sustained under a bond
Property transferred to an insurer to reduce its loss The insurer secures an ownership interest from paying a claim for total loss or damage based on the true value of the property in its undamaged state or before the loss occurred
It is the right of the Insurer to take possession of property (salvage) for which it has paid   Some Insurers, if agreed to by the Insured, will 'sell the salvage back' by deducting the salvage value from their settlement amount, and allowing the Insured to keep the property  
In auto insurance: a) The remainder or residue of the damaged property usually claimed by the insurer after said property has been declared a total loss b) A vehicle which has been previously declared a total loss by an insurer
The act of saving a vessel, goods, or life, from perils of the sea
(1) Property taken over by an insurance company to reduce its loss; (2) Award recoverable by salvors under maritime law
to make new or restore for the use of being saved
the rescue of a ship, its crew or its cargo from a hazardous situation
collect discarded or refused material; "She scavenged the garbage cans for food"
the act of saving goods or property that were in danger of damage or destruction
Process of recovering a ship or cargo from a loss or damage due to maritime perils
the ship, crew or cargo so rescued
An item of personal property which has parts that are usable or which can be recycled The item as a whole is in such poor shape that its repair is not practical, but its total destruction is not warranted
If you salvage something such as your pride or your reputation, you manage to keep it even though it seems likely you will lose it, or you get it back it after losing it. We definitely wanted to salvage some pride for British tennis
to salvage

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    to sal·vage

    Турецкое произношение

    tı sälvıc


    /tə ˈsalvəʤ/ /tə ˈsælvəʤ/

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