vest

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} yelek

Tom balık tutma yelek ve şapkasını giydi ve kapıya yöneldi. - Tom put on his fishing vest and hat and headed for the door.

Tom ceketini çıkardı, kurşun geçirmez yelek giydi ve sonra ceketini geri giydi. - Tom took off his jacket, put on a bullet-proof vest, and then put his jacket back on.

yelek/atlet
{i} fanila
{f} yetki vermek
(Kanun) hak tanımak
(Kanun) bahşetmek
vermek
{f} giydir
atlet
{f} in -e vermek: The Constitution vests legislative power
"with" veya "in" ile yetki vermek
giydirmek
vest giydir
{i} İng. atlet fanilası, atlet
{f} hak vermek
çıkar çevreleri
vested interest kazanılmış hak
{f} with (yetki, hak v.b.'ni) vermek
çıkar

Tom ceketini çıkardı, kurşun geçirmez yelek giydi ve sonra ceketini geri giydi. - Tom took off his jacket, put on a bullet-proof vest, and then put his jacket back on.

Tom, kurşun geçirmez yeleğini çıkardı. - Tom took off his bullet-proof vest.

{f} el koymak [amer.]
alâkadar menfaat
{f} haczetmek [amer.]
coğ
{f} cüppe giymek
{f} cüppe giydirmek
(Tekstil) 1. yelek 2. fanila, iç gömleği
{i} iç gömleği
{f} hak olarak geçmek
giysi
atlet fanilası
(Kanun) temlik etmek
el koymak
haczetmek
vest in
-e vermek
vest-like
yelek gibi
vest in veya with
(Mukavele) ile yetki vermek; hak vermek
vest pocket
cep
vest pocket
minyatür
vest pocket camera
cep fotoğraf makinesi
vest someone with authority
açık çek vermek
vest with
yetki vermek
vest with
vermek (yetki/hak vb'ni)
vest with
yetkili kılmak
vest in
(Ticaret) devretmek
bullet proof vest
kurşun geçirmez yelek
bulletproof vest
kurşun geçirmez yelek
hunter vest
(Askeri) avcı yeleği
steel vest
çelik yelek
string vest
(Askeri) tire fanila
vested
(Kanun) elde edilmiş
vested
giydirmek
vested
(Kanun) yetkili
vested
giyinik
vested
{f} giydir
ballistic vest
(Askeri) Kurşun geçirmez ceket, çelik yelek
bomb vest
bomba yeleği
bullet-proof vest
kurşun geçirmez yelek
cotton vest
pamuk yelek
flack vest
(Askeri) Kurşun geçirmez ceket, çelik yelek
flak vest
(Askeri) Kurşun geçirmez ceket, çelik yelek
life vest
can yeleği

Mary can yeleğini giymedi. - Mary did not wear her life vest.

vested
kazanılmış
vested
edinilmiş
vests
yelekler

Can yelekleri sizin koltukların altında bulunmaktadır. - Life vests are located under your seats.

dress suit vest
(Tekstil) frak yeleği
reflective vest
uyarı yeleği
vested
hak kazanılmış olan
vested
{f} edin: adj.edinilmiş
vested
{f} giydir: adj.giyinik
vested
{s} kazanılmış (hak)
vesting
{i} hak verme
vesting
giyme
vesting
haciz
vesting
yetki verme
vesting
giydirme
vesting
{i} haciz [amer.]
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A sleeveless top, typically with identifying colours or logos, worn by an athlete or member of a sports team
A sleeveless garment, often with a low-cut neck, usually worn under a shirt or blouse
A sleeveless garment that buttons down the front, worn over a shirt, and often as part of a suit; a waistcoat
Any sleeveless outer garment, often for a purpose such as identification, safety, or storage

He gripped some of the shreds and pulled off his vest and the shirt beneath it, his clothing disintegrating around him. What in the hell point was there in wearing a twenty-five-pound bulletproof vest if you could still get gunned to death?.

A loose robe or outer garment worn historically by men in Arabic or Middle Eastern countries
: (commonly used of financial arrangements) To become vested, to become permanent

If you doubt that you'll stick around at the company long enough for your options to vest, you should discount the value for that uncertainty as well.

{v} to dress, deck, adorn, bestow, invest, take effect as a title or become fixed
{n} a garment, kind of small coat, crop
a man's sleeveless garment worn underneath a coat
another word for waistcoat Also used to describe a woman's knit undershirt
a collarless men's undergarment for the upper part of the body
A vest is worn in place of a cummerbund to cover the waistband A vest is usually worn with a coordinating bow tie A vest comes in a full back, half back and open back
Vehicle Electrical Systems Test, Hubble high fidelity mock-up trains astronauts on installation and removal of flight hardware components
To clothe with, or as with, a vestment, or garment; to dress; to robe; to cover, surround, or encompass closely
To pass to a person an immediate right or interest Title may be said to vest in John Brown
To clothe with authority, power, or the like; to put in possession; to invest; to furnish; to endow; followed by with before the thing conferred; as, to vest a court with power to try cases of life and death
stores fishing gadgets in accessible pockets
Become applicable or exercisable A term mainly used on the context of employee stock ownership or option programs Employees might be given equity in a firm but they must stay with the firm for a number of years before they are entitled to the full equity This is a vesting provision It provides incentive for the employee to perform
place (authority, property, or rights) in the control of a person or group of persons; "She vested her vast fortune in her two sons
Specifically, a waistcoat, or sleeveless body garment, for men, worn under the coat
To invest; to put; as, to vest money in goods, land, or houses
A sleeveless garment that buttons down the front, worn over a shirt, and often as part of a suit
A sleeveless outer garment with many pockets for just about every accessory an angler needs: sunglasses, extra line, clippers, ruler, etc
If something is vested in you, or if you are vested with it, it is given to you as a right or responsibility. All authority was vested in the woman, who discharged every kind of public duty The mass media have been vested with significant power as social and political agents in modern developed societies There's an extraordinary amount of power vested in us. vest in to give someone the official right to do or own something
A term mainly used on the context of employee stock ownership or option programs An employee might be given equity in a firm but must stay associated with the firm for a number of years before they are entitled to the full equity This is a vesting provision It prevents the employee from taking the equity immediately selling it and quiting the job
provide with power and authority; "They vested the council with special rights"
A vest is a sleeveless piece of clothing with buttons which people usually wear over a shirt
clothe oneself in ecclesiastical garments
A protective sleeveless garment worn over outer clothing
To come or descend; to be fixed; to take effect, as a title or right; followed by in; as, upon the death of the ancestor, the estate, or the right to the estate, vests in the heir at law
Take up of share option, shares purchased at the fixed price
To become the property of someone through action of law
A provision that a pension participant will, after meeting certain requirements, retain a right to all or part of the accrued benefits, even though the employee may leave the job before retirement
To own or indicate ownership in lands "Title may be said to "vest" in John Brown "
A vest is a piece of underwear which you can wear on the top half of your body in order to keep warm
Worn instead of cummerbund or suspenders Comes in a variety of colors, patterns, and styles Can be low cut with three buttons on the front, or high cut with as many as eight buttons Can be backless or full back Single or double breasted
place (authority, property, or rights) in the control of a person or group of persons; "She vested her vast fortune in her two sons"
{i} sleeveless garment that is usually worn over a shirt and often under a suit jacket, waistcoat; sleeveless garment worn for protection (i.e. life vest, bulletproof vest); undershirt (British); dickey, vestee
to create an entitlement to a privilege or right
{f} dress oneself or another (as with clerical garments); give authority and/or right of possession to someone (usually over an estate); grant certain rights or the control of something to a person or group of people
To confer an immediate, fixed right of immediate or future possession and enjoyment of property
become legally vested; "The property vests in the trustees"
nIII: beginning, origin; originating, proceeding (+ abl : from)
clothe formally; especially in ecclesiastical robes
An article of clothing covering the person; an outer garment; a vestment; a dress; a vesture; a robe
a man's sleeveless garment worn underneath a coat clothe formally; especially in ecclesiastical robes clothe oneself in ecclesiastical garments become legally vested; "The property vests in the trustees"
To place or give into the possession or discretion of some person or authority; to commit to another; with in before the possessor; as, the power of life and death is vested in the king, or in the courts
To clothe with possession; as, to vest a person with an estate; also, to give a person an immediate fixed right of present or future enjoyment of; as, an estate is vested in possession
A life jacket or floatation device that is absolutely necessary for smart riders Return to top
Any outer covering; array; garb
A life jacket, used to float the rider in the water
waistcoat
vest date
The date that stock award restrictions lapse and the stock becomes available for transfer to buyer. Also the date that stock options become available for exercise
vest-pocket
Small enough to be carried in a vest pocket or other small container

She carried a vest-pocket copy of the New Testament in her purse at all times.

vest-pocket
By extension, anything smaller than would ordinarily be expected

Levi's apartment was a vest-pocket Graceland; every inch of wall and shelf space was covered by Elvis memorabilia.

vest pocket
a small pocket in a man's vest
ballistic vest
A bulletproof vest
bulletproof vest
A garment worn over the torso that protects against projectiles
life vest
Life jacket
ranger vest
Any military or outdoor-themed vest commonly used by civilians
rash vest
close fitting garment often worn while surfing or during other water sports under a wetsuit to prevent chafing, provide UV protection and in some cases extra warmth
sleeves from one's vest
Something non-existent; something of no value or cost

Of someone stingy he would say, This guy wouldn't give you the sleeves from his vest..

sobre-vest
a decorative, or identifying cover worn over chain mail or other armour by a medieval knight
sweater vest
A sleeveless sweater, commonly knit in argyle
vested
: settled, fixed or absolute, with no contingencies
vested
Simple past tense and past participle of vest
vested
: dressed or clothed, especially in vestments
vesting
The entitlement of an employee to exercise a stock option after a predetermined period of time
vesting
Present participle of vest
a vest
waistcoat
ballistic vest
(Askeri) A flak jacket or flack jacket for flak vest or flack vest or ballistic vest is a form of protective clothing designed to provide protection from shrapnel and other indirect low velocity projectiles
flack vest
(Askeri) A flak jacket or flack jacket for flak vest or flack vest or ballistic vest is a form of protective clothing designed to provide protection from shrapnel and other indirect low velocity projectiles
flak vest
(Askeri) A flak jacket or flack jacket for flak vest or flack vest or ballistic vest is a form of protective clothing designed to provide protection from shrapnel and other indirect low velocity projectiles
bullet proof vest
garment which bullets cannot penetrate, garment which protects from gunshots
bulletproof vest
vest or vestlike garment which bullets cannot penetrate (often worn by officers of the law)
bulletproof vest
a vest capable of resisting the impact of a bullet
life vest
vest that is made of buoyant material to keep a person afloat in water, life jacket
life vest
life preserver consisting of a sleeveless jacket of buoyant or inflatable design
pull down your vest
calm down fast, relax quickly
vested
Having the right or privilege to use a portion of a fund, such as an individual retirement account (IRA)
vested
The portion of an employee's options that are eligible to be exercised
vested
Bestowed upon someone; rights to which one is entitled
vested
past of vest
vested
A legal term identifying a right of immediate or future enjoyment that cannot be altered without the consent of the party having the right However, such a right may be forfeited (See also: vested benefit )
vested
The status of a retirement plan participant who has met requirements giving her the right to receive partial or full retirement benefits even if she terminates employment prior to retirement
vested
Bestowed upon someone; secured by someone, such as title to property
vested
Before shares are "vested", it means that the company plans to give them to you, but you have not yet actually earned the right to own them For example, anything that is not "vested" is forfeit, or lost, if you leave the company prior to the vesting date Shares or stock options often are allocated up front, with a metered vesting schedule, meaning that they are vested (you own them) in various stages, over time
vested
Means that one has a right to use a portion of a fund, such as an individual's retirement fund
vested
Also called three pieces Suit with an additional, sleeveless garment fitting underneath the suit coat and buttoning up the torso In well-made suits, the front of the vest is composed of the same fabric as the suit, and the back is made of the same material as the suit's lining and has an adjustable band to adjust the fit of the vest around the torso
vested
You are vested if you are entitled to receive benefits (normally a pension plan or a deferred profit sharing plan) from a current or former employer Some companies may grant full benefits, others gradually increase the benefits ("percentage of vesting") after you work for them a predefined number of years
vested
fixed and absolute and without contingency; "a vested right
vested
Bestowed upon someone; secured by someone, such as tide to property
vested
The point at which you earn the right to keep an employer's contribution made to a company pension plan on your behalf Top of Page
vested
The percentage of ownership in your retirement plan assets
vested
To have complete future and present right, most commonly in an estate, without further considerations
vested
interest A legal right to the present or future enjoyment of an asset
vested
Present ownership rights, absolute and fixed Modernly, ownership rights, even though on a land contract or subject to a mortgage or deed of trust
vested
{s} guaranteed by law; permanently endowed, inalienable; clothed or robed (especially in ecclesiastical vestments)
vested
Giving 100% ownership to the holder
vested
The point at which you earn the right to keep an employer's contribution made to a company pension plan on your behalf BACK TO TOP
vested
Having the right to use a portion of a fund such as an individual retirement fund For example, individuals who are 100 percent vested can withdraw all of the funds that are set aside for them in a retirement fund However, taxes may be due on any funds that are actually withdrawn
vested
The percentage of ownership in a retirement plan assets
vested
Rights granted to an owner of property under the legal document conveying them
vested
Clothed; robed; wearing vestments
vested
1 Fixed, accrued or absolute; generally used to describe any right or title to something that is not dependent upon the occurrence or failure to occur of some specified future event
vested
fixed and absolute and without contingency; "a vested right"
vested
means you have earned the right to receive a pension
vested
Not in a state of contingency or suspension; fixed; as, vested rights; vested interests
vesting
Nonforfeitable ownership (or partial ownership) by an employee of the retirement account balances or benefits contributed on the employees behalf by an employer The Tax Reform Act of 1986 established minimum vesting rights for employees based on their years of servicefull vesting in five years or 20% vesting per year starting by the end of the third year
vesting
An ERISA guideline stipulating that employees must be entitled to their entire retirement benefits within a certain period of time even if they are no longer with the employer
vesting
A right that an employee acquires, depending on the length of service, to receive employer-contributed benefits, such as a pension plan or stock-option plan
vesting
Reaching the point, through length of service, at which an employee acquires the right to receive employer-contributed benefits such as pensions
vesting
Vesting is a process in a qualified retirement plan where participants earn a nonforfeitable right to accrued benefits (under a defined benefit plan) or account balances (under a defined contribution plan) by the completion of years of service as specified under the plan's vesting provisions
vesting
Characteristic of pension plans guaranteeing the employee's right to part or all of the employer's contributions if employment terminates prior to retirement
vesting
Nonforfeitable ownership (or partial ownership) by an employee of the retirement account balances or benefits contributed on his/her behalf by an employer The Tax Reform Act of 1986 established minimum vesting rights for employees based on their years of service-full vesting in five years or 20% vesting per year starting by the end of the third year
vesting
Granting to employees entitlement to a pension at retirement
vesting
The right an employee acquires over time through length of service with a company to receive employer-contributed benefits from a pension fund, profit-sharing plan or other qualified plans or trusts Following the passage of the Tax Reform Act of 1986, an employee automatically becomes 100% vested after five years of service or 20% a year beginning the third year of employment and 100% after seven years The most common types of vesting are as follows
vesting
An employee's right, usually earned over time, to receive some retirement benefits, regardless of whether the individual remains with the employer
vesting
In either retirement plan, vesting refers to the right to receive a benefit at some point Members are always 100% vested in their own contributions
vesting
Allows a member to terminate employment before being eligible for a normal retirement benefit and defer receipt of a monthly benefit until the individual is eligible to receive a normal retirement benefit
vesting
Cloth for vests; a vest pattern
vesting
the entitlement of an employee to receive the full benefit of a pension at normal retirement age or a reduced pension upon early retirement even upon change of employer before retirement
vesting
A benefits standard that gives the employee the right to all benefits accrued regardless of continued service with the employer All employee contributions are always fully vested; employer contributions are vested according to minimum schedules outlined in ERISA
vesting
The right an employee gradually acquires by length of service at a company to receive employer-sponsored benefits, such as profit-sharing or a pension After the vesting period elapses, entitlement to those benefits remains even if employment is subsequently terminated with the company
vesting
A process in a qualified retirement plan where participants earn a nonforfeitable right to accrued benefits (under a defined benefit plan) or account balances (under a defined contribution plan) by completion of years of service as specified under the plan's vesting provisions Nonvested benefits are forfeited by participants on separation from service Employee contributions are immediately vested ERISA requires a plan to adopt vesting standards for the employee's benefit at least as liberal as one of the following two schedules: full vesting after five years of participation in the plan (with no vesting prior to that time, known as cliff vesting) or graded (gradual) vesting of 20 percent after three years of service and an additional 20 percent after each subsequent year of service until full vesting is reached at the end of seven years of service
vesting
The attainment of a benefit right by a participant, attributable to employer contributions, that is not contingent upon a participant's continuation in specified employment See also Contingent Vesting, Deferred Vesting, and Immediate Vesting (LI)
vesting
The participants' ownership right to company contributions
vesting
(Acquisition de droits) The process in which a right to property passes unconditionally to a particular person When an employee becomes entitled to eligible pension benefits, which include the employer's contribution, his or her pension is said to be "vested" When pension vesting occurs, pension benefits become "locked-in"
vesting
A process in a retirement plan where participants earn a non-forfeitable right to accrued benefits (under a defined benefit plan) or employer contributions (under a defined contribution plan) by the completion of years of service as specified under the plan's vesting provisions
vesting
When an employee becomes eligible for retirement benefits from the employer, whether the employee remains with the company or not Cliff vesting is when you can keep 100 percent of the employer contributed money at the end of a predetermined length of service, such as five years Graded vesting is when you gradually become vested between a certain number of years For instance, you may become vested 20 percent each year between your second and seventh years until you eventually reach 100 percent
vesting
Your right as a plan member to a pension benefit from the plan Once your pension is vested, you are entitled to receive your accrued benefits at retirement, even if you terminate employment before retirement age
vesting
The process by which an employee obtains full credit for the employer contributions into a benefit plan (normally a pension plan or a deferred profit sharing plan)
vesting
The right of an employee to all or a portion of the benefits he or she has accrued, even if employment terminates Employee contributions, as in a 401(k) plan, always are fully vested Employer contributions vest according to a schedule defined by the plan and are usually based on years of service
vesting
relates to superannuation, an employee's entitlement to optional employer superannuation contributions Vesting is usually expressed on a scale, for example for each year of service employees are entitled to a further 20% of optional employer contributions This means that after 5 years of service an employee is entitled to 100% of these contributions if they leave the employer
vesting
The inclusion of all or part of the employer contributions in the benefit payment to a member who leaves his or her employment before being eligible for a retirement benefit "Full vesting" means that the member is entitled to all of the employer contributions, while "partial vesting" means that only a portion of the employer's contributions are applied to the member's benefit A "vesting scale" sets out the rate at which, over the period of employment, the employer's contributions vest in the member In general, vesting scales now apply to only a limited number of schemes, most of which have been in operation for many decades Almost all industry funds provide for full vesting for all their members
vests
plural of vest
vests
third-person singular of vest
vest
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