sanction

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} yaptırım

ABD, Rusya'ya karşı yeni yaptırımlara hazırlanıyor. - The US prepare new sanctions against Russia.

Yaptırımların işe yarayıp yaramayacağından şüpheliyim. - I doubt if sanctions will work.

{i} müeyyide
onaylama

Tom bunu asla onaylamaz. - Tom will never sanction this.

{i} yasaları çiğnemenin cezası
{i} hukuku ihlal nedeniyle verilen ceza
onay

Tom bunu asla onaylamaz. - Tom will never sanction this.

Bu binaya girmek için yetkililerin onayını almak gereklidir. - It is necessary to obtain the sanction of the authorities to enter this building.

tasdik

Babası onların ailesi gibi aynı dini inançları paylaşmayan bir kızla onun nişanını tasdik etmedi. - His father would never sanction his engagement to a girl who did not share the same religious beliefs as their family.

izin vermek
kabul
onaylamak
kabul etmek
uygun görmek
tasdik etmek
{f} tasdik et

Babası onların ailesi gibi aynı dini inançları paylaşmayan bir kızla onun nişanını tasdik etmedi. - His father would never sanction his engagement to a girl who did not share the same religious beliefs as their family.

ceza
izin
kanuna itaatsizlik cezası
(Mukavele) tasdik, tasvip
müeyyide,v.tasdik et: n.tasdik
teyit
{i} müsaade
gen
milletlerarası bir kanunu çiğneyen devlete karşı diğer birkaç devletin birleşerek aldık ları zorlatıcı tedbir
onay/yaptırım
(Askeri) resmi izin
(Askeri) resmi onay
sanction power
(Kanun) yaptırım gücü
sanction public authority
(Ticaret) yaptırım yetkili kuruluş
sanctioned
tasdik edilmiş
apply sanction
yaptırım uygulamak
impose sanction
yaptırım uygulamak
severe sanction
ağır yaptırım
sanctioned
{f} tasdik et
sanctions
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) yaptırımlar

Yaptırımların işe yarayıp yaramayacağından şüpheliyim. - I doubt if sanctions will work.

ABD, Rusya'ya karşı yeni yaptırımlara hazırlanıyor. - The US prepare new sanctions against Russia.

Administrative Sanction Decree
(Kanun) İdari Yaptırım Kararı

The environmental protection department gave a penalty to the vessel which was discharging bilge water to see and one days later they gave the administrative Sanction Decree to the ship. The decree was including some imformation about the ship and amount of the money about the penalty.

sanctions
zorlayıcı önlemler
criminal sanction
(Kanun) cezai yaptırım
informal sanction
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) gayri resmi onay
penal sanction
(Avrupa Birliği) cezai yaptırım
İngilizce - İngilizce
An approval, by an authority, generally one that makes something valid
To give authorization or approval to something; to ratify
A penalty, or some coercive measure, intended to ensure compliance; especially one adopted by several nations, or by an international body
To penalize a state, especially for violating international law
A law, treaty, or contract, or a clause within a law, treaty, or contract, specifying the above
to approve authoritatively
{n} a ratification, confirmation, decree
{v} to ratify, confirm, support
Permission granted by a governing body to an organization to hold a competition, show, or exhibition that included the participation of eligible skaters
Anything done or said to enforce the will, law, or authority of another; as, legal sanctions
Explicit permission given by someone in authority
that which is given to encourage improvement in less than satisfactory performance or service, or as a penalty for poor performance See Reward
the court's imposition of a penalty on a party who violates or fails to observe an order or rule of the court
a mechanism of social control for enforcing a society's standards the act of final authorization; "it had the sanction of the church"
give religious sanction to, such as through on oath; "sanctify the marriage"
formal and explicit approval; "a Democrat usually gets the union's endorsement"
a mechanism of social control for enforcing a society's standards
A punitive act designed to secure enforcement by imposing a penalty for its violation For example, a sanction may be imposed for failure to comply with discovery orders
give sanction to; "I approve of his educational policies"
To give sanction to; to ratify; to confirm; to approve
give authority or permission to
{i} permission, authorization; approve; penalty imposed for disobedience of a law; bonus or reward given for obedience of a law; policy or principle designed to enforce a law
A sanction is a severe course of action which is intended to make people obey instructions, customs, or laws. As an ultimate sanction, they can sell their shares
A monetary penalty placed upon a part or its attorney in response to a violation of the Bankruptcy Code or rules The penalty ranges in dollar amount depending on the violation, the intent of the party, and the district in which the violation occurred
Ineligibility for benefits because of failure to cooperate with a program requirement
Action intended to persuade a country to do as other countries want
the approval, by some authority, that makes something valid
An embargo imposed against an individual country by the United Nationsor a group of nationsin an effort to influence its conduct or its policies
an action by several nations toward another nation intended to force it to obey international law
a mechanism of social control for enforcing a society's standards the act of final authorization; "it had the sanction of the church" formal and explicit approval; "a Democrat usually gets the union's endorsement" give religious sanction to, such as through on oath; "sanctify the marriage" give authority or permission to
A requirement, status, or action imposed on a student as a result of being found responsible for a policy violation
If a country or an authority sanctions another country or a person for doing something, it declares that the country or person is guilty of doing it and imposes sanctions on them. their failure to sanction Japan for butchering whales in violation of international conservation treaties
the act of final authorization; "it had the sanction of the church"
Solemn or ceremonious ratification; an official act of a superior by which he ratifies and gives validity to the act of some other person or body; establishment or furtherance of anything by giving authority to it; confirmation; approbation
Sanctions are measures taken by countries to restrict trade and official contact with a country that has broken international (Hukuk) The continued abuse of human rights has now led the United States to impose sanctions against the regime
School facility
If someone in authority sanctions an action or practice, they officially approve of it and allow it to be done. He may now be ready to sanction the use of force Sanction is also a noun. The king could not enact laws without the sanction of Parliament. = approval
official permission or approval; "authority for the program was renewed several times"
A sanction is the most severe disciplinary measure that may result in a fleet limitation, plate seizure, or suspension or cancellation of a carrier’s operating privileges
{f} approve, authorize; endorse, ratify; penalize or encourage as a means of enforcing a law
approbation
imprimatur
Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges
(July 7, 1438) Decree issued by King Charles VII of France after the Council of Basel, confirming the supremacy of a council over the pope. The decree also confirmed the Council's assertion of the "liberties" of the Gallican Church, restricting the rights of the pope and in many cases making his jurisdiction subject to the king's. Revoked by Louis XI in 1461, the Pragmatic Sanction was reasserted periodically until the 16th century
obtain the sanction of the authorities
receive permission from the controlling bodies
pragmatic sanction
An edict or decree issued by a sovereign that becomes part of the fundamental law of the land. (1713) Decree by Emperor Charles VI requiring the undivided descent of his Habsburg domains. It stipulated that his heritage go to his eldest son or, in the absence of a son, to his eldest daughter. It became law in 1720 within the Habsburg states, and much of Charles's later reign was directed toward securing acceptance of the sanction from the other European powers. Since his son died soon after birth (1716), his daughter Maria Theresa became his heir. On Charles's death (1740), the sanction was contested by Prussia and Bavaria, which led to the War of the Austrian Succession
pragmatic sanction
an imperial decree that becomes part of the fundamental law of the land
punitive sanction
sanction imposed as a form of punishment
sanctioned
Competition in accordance with American Bowling Congress or Women¹s International Bowling Congress rules
sanctioned
past of sanction
sanctioned
Competition in accordance with American Bowling Congress or Women¹s International Bowling Congress rules
sanctioned
{s} approved in a formal manner and officially endowed with legal authority; that has been granted authoritative approval; conforming to recognized rules
sanctioned
established by authority; given authoritative approval; "a list of approved candidates"
sanctioned
Competition in accordance with American Bowling Congress or Women¹s International Bowling Congress rules
sanctioned
conforming to orthodox or recognized rules; "the drinking of cocktails was as canonical a rite as the mixing"- Sinclair Lewis
sanctioned
formally approved and invested with legal authority
sanctioning
implying sanction or serving to sanction; "the guardian's duties were primarily sanctionative rather than administrative"
sanctioning
present participle of sanction
sanctions
third-person singular of sanction
sanctions
Damages, restrictions, conditions, or summary judgement ordered by a court for the failure of a party or attorney to comply with a rule, regulation, statute, order or procedure
sanctions
Actions taken by the federal government for failure to provide or implement a State Implementation Plan (SIP) Such action may include withholding of highway funds and a ban on construction of new sources of potential pollution
sanctions
{i} punitive actions made by a country or countries toward another in order to pressure that nation into complying with the law or changing a policy (International Law)
sanctions
economic measures taken by a nation or group of nations to force a nation violating international law to end its improper action
sanctions
means any action imposed for non-compliance with one or more of the Australian Quality Training Framework Standards for Registered Training Organisations, including: a the imposition of specific conditions on registration; b amendment of registration (including a reduction in the scope of registration); c suspension or cancellation of registration; and d the imposition of fines
sanctions
Punishments or reprisals, violent or nonviolent, for either failure to act in the expected or desired manner or for acting in an unexpected or prohibited manner Nonviolent sanctions are less likely than violent ones to be simple reprisals and more likely to be intended to achieve a given objective
sanctions
SCRA
sanctions
Penalties and rewards for conduct concerning a social norm (p 77)
sanctions
Economic or military penalties or measures enacted against a state in response to that state's violation of international rules or "norms" or treaty obligations
sanctions
Actions taken by the federal government for failure to plan or implement a State Improvement Plan (SIP) Such action may include withholding of highway funds and a ban on construction of new sources of potential pollution
sanctions
Actions taken against a state or local government by the Federal government for failure to plan or to implement a SIP Examples include withholding of highway funds and a ban on construction of new sources
sanctions
negative and positive sanctions are punishments or rewards for behaviour that transgresses or is in accord with a rule
sanctions
are punishments or reprisals, violent or nonviolent, for either failure to act in the expected or desired manner or for acting in a an unexpected or prohibited manner
sanctions
A penalty or reward directed at a person or group in order to discourage or encourage certain types of behavior
sanctions
plural of sanction
sanctions
Administrative remedies and actions (e g , exclusion, Civil Monetary Penalties, etc ) available to the OIG to deal with questionable, improper, or abusive behaviors of providers under the Medicare, Medicaid, or any State health programs
trade sanction
international ban on trade with a particular nation
sanction