set off

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İngilizce - Türkçe
yola çıkmak
meydana getirmek
yola revan olmak
(Kanun) karşılıklı dava
(Dilbilim) artırmak
(Dilbilim) çoğaltmak
yola koyulmak
(Dilbilim) hızlandırmak
(Politika, Siyaset) karşılık olarak koymak
(Kanun) mukabil talep
(Kanun) mukabil iddia
(Kanun) takas
(Kanun) mahsup
hareket etmek
meydana çıkarmak
(bir şeyin) güzelliğini ortaya çıkarmak
ayrı tutmak
çaldırmak (alarm)
(bir şeyin) güzelliğini ortaya çıkarmak: That dress really sets off her red hair. O elbise
(deyim) yola çıkmak. set someone off başlamasına neden olmak. set sth. off
karşı dava açmak
patlak verdirmek
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- yola çıkmak 2- ateşlemek , atmak , patlatmak
ayrı koymak
güzel göstermek
(deyim) patlatmak,fitillemek
hesaba katmak (zarar)
(deyim) en iyi şekilde göstermek,belirginleştirmek
set off (on a journey)
yola çıkmak
set off on a journey
yolculuğa çıkmak
set off a reaction
akis uyandırmak
set off a reaction
bir reaksiyon tetiklemek
set off against invoice
(Ticaret) faturadan düşmek
set off against total sum
(Ticaret) toplam tutardan düşmek
set off and counterclaim
mahsup ve karşı dava
set off and to appropriate
(Kanun) mahsup ve temellük etmek
set off firework
havai fişek atmak
set off fireworks
havai fişekler atmak
set off on a quest
arayışı içerisine girmek
set off on a quest
arayışı içine girmek
set off on a quest
arayışına girmek
set off on a voyage by ship
(Askeri) gemiyle yolculuğa çıkmak
(Ticaret) mahsup etme
mahsup ettirmek
(Ticaret) mahsup
yola çıkma
set someone off
birine set
set nulls on/off
boşlukları geçerli/geçersiz kılmak
(Hukuk) mahsup
(Hukuk) talep/iddia
{i} süs
{i} tezat
{i} denge unsuru
borca mukabil sayılan borç
{i} vereceğini alacağına sayma
{i} kontrast
{i} karşılıklı dava
İngilizce - İngilizce
To begin; to cause; to initiate

I had no idea that one simple comment would set off such a huge argument.

To offset, to compensate for: to reduce the effect of, by having a contrary effect

When a woman had made such a mistake, there was only one way to repair it,—to accept it. One folly was enough, especially it was to last for ever; a second one would not much set it off.

To leave; to begin a journey or trip

He set off in search of better opportunities.

To make angry

Don't set him off or he won't shut up all day.

To cause to explode

What a tragedy, that someone would set off a bomb in a crowded place.

If something sets off an event or a series of events, it causes it to start happening. The arrival of the charity van set off a minor riot as villagers scrambled for a share of the aid
A claim for a specific amount of money raised by a defendant in defence to a claim •Civil Courts
go on one's way; start; operate
make up for; "His skills offset his opponent's superior strength"
describes wet ink transferring from a printed substrate to the back of a subsequent substrate Also called Offsetting
put in motion or move to act; "trigger a reaction"; "actuate the circuits"
set in motion or cause to begin; "The guide set the tour off to a good start
provoke or stir up; "incite a riot"; "set off great unrest among the people"
leave; "The family took off for Florida"
set in motion or cause to begin; "The guide set the tour off to a good start"
direct attention to, as if by means of contrast; "This dress accentuates your nice figure!"; "I set off these words by brackets"
(A) A commercial expression The credits are set off against the debits, and the balance struck
You can 'set off' (deduct) an amount of tax repaid against some other tax liability
If something sets off something such as an alarm or a bomb, it makes it start working so that, for example, the alarm rings or the bomb explodes. Any escape, once it's detected, sets off the alarm It could take months before evidence emerges on how the bomb was made, and who set it off
cause to explode; "We exploded the nuclear bomb"
When you set off, you start a journey. Nichols set off for his remote farmhouse in Connecticut I set off, full of optimism. = set out
set off against
set up this in contrast to that
set off alarm bells
cause concern, activate warning systems
set off track
deflect; divert
{n} an account or demand to set against another
In presswork, when the ink of a printed sheet rubs off or marks the next sheet as it is being delivered Also called offset
Undesirable transfer of wet ink from the top of one sheet to the underside of another as they lie in the delivery stack of a press Also called offset
When undried ink is passed from the image on one sheet to the reverse of the next sheet in the pile
Ink from a printed sheet rubs off or marks the next sheet as it is being delivered Also called offset
If a legally enforceable right exists to set off recognised amounts of financial assets and liabilities and the Group intends to settle on a net basis or to realise the asset and settle the liability simultaneously, all related financial effects are netted Fixed assets Impairment of assets The carrying value of assets is reviewed at each balance sheet date to assess whether there is any indication of impairment If any such indication exists, the recoverable amounts of the assets are estimated Where the carrying value exceeds the estimated recoverable amount such assets are written down to their recoverable amount If the circumstances leading to the impairment no longer exist, the appropriate portion of the impairment loss previously recognised is written back
The right of the obligor to deduct an amount that the originator owes to him, from the amount he owes to the originator A right of set-off is considered to be a defect in the receivables being assigned Normally, the receivables sale agreement would contain a warranty that there is not right of set-off with the obligor
The marking of a sheet by the transfer of ink from the sheet lyimng next to it This can be avoided by the use of an anti-set-off spray
A counterclaim; a cross debt or demand; a distinct claim filed or set up by the defendant against the plaintiff's demand
Same as Offset, n
(Offset) - The reduction of the amount owed by one party to a second party by crediting the first party with amounts owed it by the second party The existence and scope of offset rights may be determined by contract language as well as statutory, regulatory and judicial law
{i} compensation, something that offsets a loss or injury; counterbalance, weight used to equalize; cross action, countersuit; decoration, ornament used to enhance another item through contrast
Full or partial payment of a delinquent account by deducting the amount owed from an income tax refund or other sum due a debtor from the Department of Revenue or any other state agency
structure where a wall or building narrows abruptly
Ink that is unintentionally transferred from the printed substrate to the back of the sheet above it as the pieces are stacked in a pile See also: offset silverprint A photographic print with having a brown color The paper used has been treated with silver chloride See also: blueline; brownprint; Van dyke spectrum All the colors of the rainbow created by passing sunlight or white light through a prism See visible spectrum; white light specular gloss See: gloss spline See vectors spread 1 An image that covers two pages that face each other in a book or publication Other terms: crossover; reader's spread See also: breakacross 2 Moving the edges of a line image outward a little to overlap a color Other term: fatty See also; bleed; choke; registration; trapping step tablet See gray scale step wedge See halftone step scale substrate The material on which printed images or coatings are applied (e g , cloth; film; foil; paper; etc )
That which is set off against another thing; an offset
See Offset, 7
That which is used to improve the appearance of anything; a decoration; an ornament
set off


    SET off

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    set ôf


    /ˈset ˈôf/ /ˈsɛt ˈɔːf/


    [ 'set ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English setten, from Old English settan; akin to Old High German sezzen to set, Old English sittan to sit.