sacrifice

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İngilizce - Türkçe
feda etmek

Bir şey feda etmek ister misin? - Do you wanna sacrifice something?

Birçok kişiyi kurtarmak için bir kişiyi feda etmek etik olur muydu? - Would it be ethical to sacrifice one person to save many?

kurban etmek
{i} kurban

Sizin kurban boşuna değildi. - Your sacrifice was not in vain.

Onlar yasaklanmış domuzu kurban etti, ve onu yemeyi reddeden herkesi öldürdüler. - They sacrificed forbidden swine, and put to death all who refused to eat.

{i} fedakârlık

Yaşlı insanlar, zorunda kalırlarsa torunları için fedakârlıkta bulunmaya hazırdırlar. - The elderly people are ready to sacrifice for their grandchildren, if they have to.

O, Amerika için çoğumuzun hayal bile edemeyeceği fedakarlıklara katlandı. - He has endured sacrifices for America that most of us cannot begin to imagine.

{i} tanrıya sunma
(Ticaret) maaşlı izin dönemi
uğrunda harcamak
gözden çıkarmak
zararına satmak
{f} kurban et

Sami sevdiği karısını açgözlülüğün sunağında kurban etti. - Sami sacrificed his loving wife on the altar of greed.

Onlar yasaklanmış domuzu kurban etti, ve onu yemeyi reddeden herkesi öldürdüler. - They sacrificed forbidden swine, and put to death all who refused to eat.

özveri
{i} kayıp
kurban olarak kesmek
{i} feda etme

Başkaları için kendinizi feda etmeyin. - Don't sacrifice yourself for other people.

Tom senin için her şeyi feda etmeye hazır. - Tom was willing to sacrifice everything for you.

{i} feda etme, kurban etme
{f} kıymak
{f} fedakârlıkta bulunmak
{i} zarar
{f} 1. kurban etmek, kurban olarak kesmek: sacrifice a sheep koyun kurban
sacrifice hit takım arkadaşları ilerlesin diye atılan topa kendisinin yakalanacağı şekilde vu
adatmak
harcamak
kurban kesmek
feda

O senin için her şeyi feda etti. - He sacrificed everything for you.

Tom sizin için her şeyi feda etmeye hazır. - Tom is willing to sacrifice everything for you.

self sacrifice
fedakârlık
sacrifice an animal
kan akıtmak
sacrifice blindly
ateşe atmak
sacrifice ratio
(Ticaret) fedakarlık oranı
sacrifice oxen
kurban öküz
sacrifice a sheep
koyun kurban etmek
sacrifice one´s fortune
servetini feda etmek
sacrifice one's interest
fedakarlık yapmak
sacrifice one's interest
özveride bulunmak
sacrifice one's life
canını vermek
sacrifice sale
zararına satış
sacrificially
kurbanlık olarak
impose sacrifice
fedakarlık gerektirmek
prepared to sacrifice
gözden çıkarmak
sacrificed
kurban olmak
sacrificed
kurbanlık
sacrificed
feda olmak
sacrificed
adaklık
self sacrifice
fedakarlık etme
self-sacrifice
fedakârlık
self-sacrifice
feragat
self-sacrifice
özveri
sell at a sacrifice
zararına satmak
employed in sacrifice
kurban istihdam
equality of sacrifice
özveri eşitliği
fall a sacrifice
Bir kurban düşüş
fall sacrifice
sonbahar kurban
make a sacrifice
fedakarlık yapmak
make a sacrifice of
fedakârlık yapmak
make a sacrifice to so.
bu kadar fedakarlık yapmak
make the supreme sacrifice
canını feda etmek
sacrificing
kurban
sacrificing
fedakârane
work with self-sacrifice
Özveri ile çalışmak

I would like to congratulate the staff who work with self-sacrifice in this office - Bu kurumda özveri ile çalışan personeli kutlamak isterim.

least sacrifice principle
(Ticaret) asgari masraf ilkesi
make a sacrifice of
özveride bulunmak
sacrificer
kurban eden kimse
sacrificially
kurban edilir bir şekilde
sacrificially
kurban olur bir biçimde
self sacrifice
özveri
spare no sacrifice
fedakarlıktan kaçınmamak
supreme sacrifice
canını verme
supreme sacrifice
canını feda etme
to sacrifice
feda etmek

Birçok kişiyi kurtarmak için bir kişiyi feda etmek etik olur muydu? - Would it be ethical to sacrifice one person to save many?

to sacrifice
uğrunda harcamak
worship of sacrifice
kurban ibadeti
İngilizce - İngilizce
To give away (something valuable) to get at least a possibility to gain something else of value (such as self-respect, trust, love, freedom, prosperity), or to avoid an even greater loss
Something sacrificed
To advance (a runner on base) by batting the ball so it can be caught or fielded, placing the batter out, but with insufficient time to put the runner out
A play in which the batter is intentionally out in order that runners can advance around the bases
To trade (a value of higher worth) for one of lesser worth in order to gain something else valued more such as an ally or business relationship or to avoid an even greater loss; to sell without profit to gain something other than money
To offer (something) as a gift to a deity
To intentionally give up (a piece) in order to improve one’s position on the board
to make an offering of to deity, especially by presenting on an altar
To make offerings to God, or to a deity, of things consumed on the altar; to offer sacrifice
kill or destroy; "The animals were sacrificed after the experiment"; "The general had to sacrifice several soldiers to save the regiment"
{n} any thing offered up or destroyed
{v} to offer or give up, kill, destroy
• When you hate today’s game, but your wife or girlfriend loves it
(Gr Thysia; Sl Zhertva) The bloodless offering to God, which is the Holy Eucharist offered at the Liturgy It signifies the sacrifice of Christ on the cross for man's salvation Also, refer to the article on theDogmatic Tradition of the Orthodox Church
(sacrifice) an out that advances the base runners the act of killing (an animal or person) in order to propitiate a deity personnel that are sacrificed (e
A statistic that is recorded if a player intentionally (or sometimes unintentionally) hits the ball for the sole purpose of moving a base runner to the next base, fully expecting be out
To sell without profit
personnel that are sacrificed (e g , surrendered or lost in order to gain an objective)
sell at a loss
A play in which a batter concedes an out to advance a runner
the act of killing (an animal or person) in order to propitiate a deity
a loss entailed by giving up or selling something at less than its value; "he had to sell his car at a considerable sacrifice"
n sakrifis
{i} act of making an offering to a god; person or item which is offered to a god; surrender of something for the sake of something more valuable; loss caused by selling something below cost
   the practice of giving something of value to God, in order to show one's devotion or commitment In Israelite religion, sacrifice, usually of an animal or bird (though grain was also offered), was carried out by the ritual destruction of part or all of it by fire on an altar This symbolized the bonding of oneself with God or the reunion with God after a sinful or unclean person received forgiveness and purification Christianity took over this idea of sacrifice and applied it to the death of Jesus Christ, teaching that Christ's sacrifice was in atonement for human sin In modern-day Christianity, sacrifice usually entails doing without things of value (money, material possessions, or time) by giving them away, to the church to promote its work of worship and service, to any organization engaged in the service of others, or directly to those in need
(sacrifice) an out that advances the base runners
A purposeful loss of a chessman in the interest of gaining some other advantage
To sell at a price less than the cost or the actual value
The offering of anything to God, or to a god; consecratory rite
To intentionally give up a piece in order to improve one's position on the board
surrendered or lost in order to gain an objective a loss entailed by giving up or selling something at less than its value; "he had to sell his car at a considerable sacrifice"
Hence, to destroy, surrender, or suffer to be lost, for the sake of obtaining something; to give up in favor of a higher or more imperative object or duty; to devote, with loss or suffering
the act of losing or surrendering something as a penalty for a mistake or fault or failure to perform etc
To destroy; to kill
To give away more or less altruistically something valuable to get at least a possibility to gain something else of value (such as self-respect, trust, love, freedom, prosperity), or to avoid an even greater loss
A sacrifice hit
any piece left en prise
Destruction or surrender of anything for the sake of something else; devotion of some desirable object in behalf of a higher object, or to a claim deemed more pressing; hence, also, the thing so devoted or given up; as, the sacrifice of interest to pleasure, or of pleasure to interest
(1) when a batter bunts the ball and is put out but the baserunner advances; (2) when a batter hits a long fly ball that is caught but gives the baserunner time to tag up and advance home
A sale at a price less than the cost or the actual value
a voluntary surrender of material for attack or positional advantages
To make an offering of; to consecrate or present to a divinity by way of expiation or propitiation, or as a token acknowledgment or thanksgiving; to immolate on the altar of God, in order to atone for sin, to procure favor, or to express thankfulness; as, to sacrifice an ox or a sheep
To sacrifice an animal or person means to kill them in a special religious ceremony as an offering to a god. The priest sacrificed a chicken Sacrifice is also a noun. animal sacrifices to the gods. Act of offering objects to a divinity, thereby making them holy. The motivation for sacrifice is to perpetuate, intensify, or reestablish a connection between the human and the divine. It is often intended to gain the favour of the god or to placate divine wrath. The term has come to be applied specifically to blood sacrifice, which entails the death or destruction of the thing sacrificed (see human sacrifice). The sacrifice of fruits, flowers, or crops (bloodless sacrifice) is more often referred to as an offering
a central belief in the ego's thought system: someone must lose if another is to gain; the principle of giving up in order to receive (giving to get); e g , in order to receive God's Love we must pay a price, usually in the form of suffering to expiate our guilt (sin); in order to receive another's love, we must pay for it through the special love bargain; the reversal of the principle of salvation or justice: no one loses and everyone gains
{f} make an offering to a god; sell at a loss; tolerate the loss of; surrender something for the sake of something more valuable
make a sacrifice of; in religious rituals
To offer as a gift to a deity
If you sacrifice something that is valuable or important, you give it up, usually to obtain something else for yourself or for other people. She sacrificed family life to her career Kitty Aldridge has sacrificed all for her first film He sacrificed himself and so saved his country. Sacrifice is also a noun. She made many sacrifices to get Anita a good education see also self-sacrifice
make a sacrifice of; in religious rituals endure the loss of; "He gave his life for his children"; "I gave two sons to the war"
endure the loss of; "He gave his life for his children"; "I gave two sons to the war"
To advance a runner on base by batting the ball so it can be caught or fielded, placing the batter out, but with insufficient time to put the runner out
To deliberately give up material to achieve an advantage (which could include a gain in tempo, greater mobility, a checkmate, etc )
Anything consecrated and offered to God, or to a divinity; an immolated victim, or an offering of any kind, laid upon an altar, or otherwise presented in the way of religious thanksgiving, atonement, or conciliation
1 The firing of employees and/or the reduction of plant and equipment
jactura
homa
sac

He has endured sacrifices for the United States that most of us cannot begin to imagine. - He has endured sacrifices for America that most of us cannot begin to imagine.

He has endured sacrifices for America that most of us cannot begin to imagine. - He has endured sacrifices for the United States that most of us cannot begin to imagine.

sacrifice bunt
A ball that has been intentionally hit softly with a hands-spread batting stance with the intention of advancing a runner at the cost of an out

The sacrifice bunt was fielded cleanly, but the only play was to first.

sacrifice bunt
The act of bunting in order to advance a runner

The manager will likely call for a sacrifice bunt here.

sacrifice flies
plural form of sacrifice fly
sacrifice fly
A fly ball that allowed a runner to advance after it was caught

Jones' sacrifice fly brought in the tying run.

sacrifice bunt
A bunt that allows a runner to advance a base while the batter is retired. Also called sacrifice hit
sacrifice bunt
{i} (Baseball) bunt that puts a batter out to advance the runner
sacrifice fly
a sacrifice made by hitting a long fly ball
sacrifice fly
Fly ball out that scores a runner from third base
sacrifice fly
A fly ball enabling a runner to score after it is caught by a fielder
sacrifice fly
A fly ball out that is hit deep enough to allow the runner on third base to tag-up and score When a batted ball results in a sacrifice fly, the batter is not credited with an at-bat, but does receive an RBI
sacrifice fly
A fly ball which is caught to retire the batter-runner but allows another player to score
sacrifice his whole life to
fight for (something) during one's entire lifetime
sacrifice one's interest on the altar of one's needs
put his desires in front of his best interests
sacrifice oxen
kill oxen in sacrifice
sacrifice sale
sale in which goods are sold at a loss
human sacrifice
the killing of one or more human beings as part of religious ritual
self-sacrifice
The giving up of one's own benefit, especially giving up one's life, for the good of others

His brave self-sacrifice won him a posthumous medal, but I think he'd have preferred to receive it in person.

supreme sacrifice
Dying (especially in battle) for one's country or other cause
ultimate sacrifice
Death, especially for a cause or for one's country

The organizers sought to portray the bombers as martyrs—that is, as heroes prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice in defense of their people.

sacrificer
{n} one who sacrifices or offers up
Festival of Sacrifice
"Festival of Sacrifice" or "Greater Eid" is a holiday celebrated by Muslims (including the Druze) worldwide to commemorate the willingness of Ibrahim to sacrifice his son Ismael as an act of obedience to God
Feast of the Sacrifice
Muslim holiday
Moslem Feast of the Sacrifice
Moslem holiday
Passover sacrifice
sacrifice offered for the Passover holiday during the time of the Jewish temple and symbolized by the lamb bone during the Seder ritual
fall a sacrifice
become a sacrifice
human sacrifice
Offering of the life of a human being to a god. In some ancient cultures, the killing of a human being, or the substitution of an animal for a person, was an attempt to commune with the god and to participate in the divine life. It also sometimes served as an attempt to placate the god and expiate the sins of the people. It was especially common among agricultural people (e.g., in the ancient Near East), who sought to guarantee the fertility of the soil. The Aztecs sacrificed thousands of victims (often slaves or prisoners of war) annually to the sun, and the Incas made human sacrifices on the accession of a ruler. In ancient Egypt and elsewhere in Africa, human sacrifice was connected with ancestor worship, and slaves and servants were killed or buried alive along with dead kings in order to provide service in the afterlife. A similar tradition existed in China. The Celts and Germanic peoples are among the European peoples who practiced human sacrifice
human sacrifice
human being sacrificed in a religious ritual
make a sacrifice
give up something
offer a sacrifice
present a sacrifice, present an offering
paschal sacrifice
sacrifice that the Israelites offered on the first evening of Passover during the Temple period
sacrific
Employed in sacrifice
sacrificed
past of sacrifice
sacrificer
Someone who sacrifices
sacrificer
a religious person who offers up a sacrifice
sacrificer
One who sacrifices
sacrificer
{i} one who makes an offering to a god; one who surrenders something for the sake of something more valuable; one who sells something at a loss
sacrifices
third-person singular of sacrifice
sacrifices
plural of sacrifice
sacrificially
in a sacrificial manner; as an offering to a god
sacrificially
In a sacrificial manner
sacrificing
present participle of sacrifice
self sacrifice
giving oneself up
self-sacrifice
Self-sacrifice is the giving up of what you want so that other people can have what they need or want. I thanked my parents for all their self-sacrifice on my behalf. when you decide not to do or have something you want or need, in order to help someone else
self-sacrifice
acting with less concern for yourself than for the success of the joint activity
supreme sacrifice
highest sacrifice, superior sacrifice
the sacrifice of Isaac
biblical story of the near-sacrifice of Isaac by Abraham
sacrifice