specie

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İngilizce - Türkçe
madeni para
sikke
bozukluk
in specie madeni para ile
{i} nakit
aynıyle
{i} demir para
specie payment madeni para ile ödeme
species
tür

Sinekkuşlarının 340 türü vardır. - There are 340 species of hummingbirds.

Bu geyik türlerinin yakalanması o kadar zor ki yabanda şu ana kadar sadece iki tanesinin resmi çekildi. - This species of deer is so elusive that only two have ever been photographed in the wild.

specie insurance
(Kanun) değer sigortası
specie payments
nakit ödeme
specie payments
(isim)kit ödeme
specie point
(Ticaret) altın ihraç noktası
species
canlı türü
species
{i} çeşit

Lahana, karnabahar, brokoli ve brüksellahanası aynı türün çeşitleridir. - Cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, and Brussels sprouts are all cultivars of the same species.

species
nevi
species
(Latin) ferden tayin olunan mal
non degenerate specie
çakışık olmayan tür
overall specie
tüm tür
endangered specie
Soyu tehlikede (tükenmekte) olan tür
species
türler

Yağmur ormanlarının, dünya yüzeyinin sadece yüzde ikisini kaplamasına rağmen; vahşi bitki, hayvan ve bitki türlerinin yarısından fazlası orada yaşar. - Although rainforests make up only two percent of the earth's surface, over half the world's wild plant, animal and insect species live there.

O, yaşayan türlerin en güçlüsü değil, en zekisi değil fakat değişmek için en duyarlı olanıdır. - It is not the strongest of the species that survive, not the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.

species
görünüş the species insan
in specie
nakit
in specie
(isim)kit
species
ortak özellikleri olan grup
species
cins
species
aşai rabbani ayinindeki ekmek ve şarap
species
şekil
species
{i} (çoğ. spe.cies) biyol. tür
species
hayal
species
ve çoğ
species
dış görünüm
İngilizce - İngilizce
Money, especially in the form of coins made from precious metal, that has an intrinsic value; coinage

Dick” Counterfly had absquatulated swiftly into the night, leaving his son with only a pocketful of specie and the tender admonition, “Got to ‘scram,’ kid — write if you get work.”.

Type or kind, in various uses of the phrase in specie
a coin or coins of gold, silver, copper, or other metal
{n} coined money of any kind
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{i} coin money (as opposed to paper currency)
Gold or silver In tough economic or politcal times, banks suspended the payment of specie and would pay out only paper money During the Civil War a paper dollar was worth only a fraction of a gold dollar
coins collectively
coined money, as opposed to paper money or other store of wealth
Coin; hard money
Used in the phrase in specie, that is, in sort, in kind, in (its own) form
Precious metal used to back money, usually gold and silver
species sort, kind
Coin, usually of silver or gold
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Specie Circular
(July 11, 1836) Executive order issued by Pres. Andrew Jackson. It required payment for purchases of public lands in gold or silver (specie means "money in coin"). The circular attempted to reduce the amount of paper money in circulation and limit land speculation. The result was deflationary and partly contributed to the economic crisis called the Panic of 1837. The U.S. Congress repealed the circular in 1838
in specie
In the actual form, especially in the context of a distribution of assets or a loan repayment
in specie
In respect to kind

Although the power of a king is lesser in degree than an emperor, it is the similar in specie.

in specie
In coin or monetary metal, in contrast to fiat currency or other paper

The estate of £500 a-year I have given to you, Mr Jones: and as I know the inconvenience which attends the want of ready money, I have added £1000 in specie..

species
Either of the two elements of the Eucharist after they have been consecrated, so named because they retain the image of the bread and wine before their transubstantiation into the body and blood of Christ
species
A mineral with a unique chemical formula whose crystals belong to a unique crystallographic system
species
The image of something cast on a surface, or reflected from a surface, or refracted through a lens or telescope; a reflection

I cast the species of the Sun onto a sheet of paper through a telescope.

sub specie aeterni
A latin term meaning "from the viewpoint of eternity" commonly used in philosophy and literature
species
a classificatory group of animals or plants subordinate to a genus
species
{n} a sort, kind, class, order, letter, money
in specie
cash, paper and coin currency
species
A species is a fundamental category of taxonomic classification ranking after genus and consisting of organisms capable of interbreeding
species
A species is a class of plants or animals whose members have the same main characteristics and are able to breed with each other. Pandas are an endangered species There are several thousand species of trees here. W3 species a group of animals or plants whose members are similar and can breed together to produce young animals or plants. Subdivision of biological classification composed of related organisms that share common characteristics and can interbreed. Organisms are grouped into species according to their outer similarities, but more important in classifying organisms that reproduce sexually is their ability to interbreed successfully. To be members of the same species, individuals must be able to mate and produce viable offspring. Because genetic variations originate in individuals which then pass on their variations only within the species, it is at the species level that evolution takes place (see speciation). The international system of binomial nomenclature assigns new species a two-part name. nuclear species endangered species extinction of species
species
A "species" is generally accepted as a group of individuals that look the same and can breed with each other but not usually with individuals of another species "Species" is the the lowest level of plant classification This is part of the science called "taxonomy" Scientists refer to living things by a combined "genus" and "species" name, using Latin terms For example, people are called "Homo sapiens" A white pine would be called "Pinus strobus" A scientist anywhere in the world can look up information about any living organism by knowing the Latin or scientific name The genus name is always capitalized The species name is usually not capitalized Incidentally, the word "specie" is incorrect "Species" is the correct singular and plural form of the word [To return to previous page, click your browser's BACK button then scroll through the page to your last location]
species
Term used to describe the group of like individuals Classically species were defined as organisms that share certain characteristics
species
{i} most basic biological classification comprised of individuals that are able to breed with each other but not with others, subdivision of a genus; sort, class, kind; human race, mankind
species
The species is the fundamental unit of biological organization Members of a species are genetically similar and normally mate only with other members of the same species, thus preserving that genetic similarity
species
In science, a more or less permanent group of existing things or beings, associated according to attributes, or properties determined by scientific observation
species
A group of related organisms having common characteristics and capable of interbreeding Loblolly and Virginia pine are common tree species that can interbreed
species
A classification of related organisms that can freely interbreed
species
a specific kind of something; "a species of molecule"; "a species of villainy"
species
An officinal mixture or compound powder of any kind; esp
species
(1) a group of organisms that have a unique set of characteristics (like body shape and behavior) that distinguishes them from other organisms If they reproduce, individuals within the same species can produce fertile offspring (2) the basic unit of biological classification Scientists refer to species using both their genus and species name The house cat, for example, is called Felis catus
species
Thus, man is a species, under animal as a genus; and man, in its turn, may be regarded as a genus with respect to European, American, or the like, as species
species
A group of organisms which are capable of interbreeding to produce viable offspring
species
A group of related organisms having common characteristics capable of interbreeding Loblolly and Virginia pine are common species that can be interbred
species
A sort; a kind; a variety; as, a species of low cunning; a species of generosity; a species of cloth
species
A group of similar and related organisms
species
The form or shape given to materials; fashion or shape; form; figure
species
A classification of related organisms that can freely interbreed to produce fertile offspring, and usually resemble each other most closely
species
A group of similar fish that can freely interbreed
species
a group of interbreeding organisms that can produce offspring with the capacity for viable reproduction
species
[n] a group of organisms that form an interbreeding population that is reproductively isolated from other populations
species
a group of organisms capable of interbreeding freely with each other but not with members of other species (Note by JVG: this is a simplified definition; species concept is much more complex ) - a taxonomic rank below a genus, consisting of similar individuals capable of exchanging genes or interbreeding [CUB]
species
n: The boundaries of this taxonomic level (the most precise in the hierarchical system of binomial nomenclature ) are hotly debated among scientists and there is little real consensus about where to draw the lines between species, subspecies, morphs, races, variants, etc In general, a species is a group of organisms that resemble one another in appearance, general behavior, ecological niche, chemical makeup and processes, and genetic structure Organisms that reproduce sexually are classified as members of the same species only if they can actually or potentially interbreed with one another and produce fertile offspring It should be noted that some (though quite few) taxonomists believe the species level of classification is frequently invalid and these scientists only recognize classifications down to the level of genus (again, these taxonomists represent a very small minority view)
species
the most specific taxonomic classification; an interbreeding population of individual organisms; often abbreviated as 'sp ' in reference to a single species or 'spp ' when referencing several species
species
Organisms that are capable of interbreeding and is designated by a binomial term in Latin The species designation of timber wolf or gray wolf is Canis lupus
species
A public spectacle or exhibition
species
A group of plants or animals having similar appearance
species
A group of individuals agreeing in common attributes, and designated by a common name; a conception subordinated to another conception, called a genus, or generic conception, from which it differs in containing or comprehending more attributes, and extending to fewer individuals
species
(biology) taxonomic group whose members can interbreed
species
Coin, or coined silver, gold, ot other metal, used as a circulating medium; specie
species
A rank in the classification of organisms, below genus and above subspecies; a taxon at that rank
species
From Section 3(15) of the Federal Endangered Species Act: "The term 'species' includes any subspecies of fish or wildlife or plants, and any distinct population segment of any species of vertebrate fish or wildlife which interbreeds when mature " A population of individuals that are more or less alike, and that are able to breed and produce fertile offspring under natural conditions
species
A group of organisms that differ from all other groups of organisms and that are capable of breeding and producing fertile offspring This is the smallest unit of classification for plants and animals
species
The lowest principal unit of biological classification formally recognized as a group of organisms distinct from other groups In sexually producing organisms, "species" is more narrowly characterized as a group of organisms that in natural conditions freely interbreed with members of the same group but not with members of other groups
species
one used for making an aromatic tea or tisane; a tea mixture
species
in sexually reproducing organisms, a species is a group of genetically related organisms, usually similar in physical appearance, that actually or potentially interbreed and are reproductively isolated from other groups
species
A component part of compound medicine; a simple
species
Populations of organisms that may interbreed and produce fertile offspring having similar structure, habits, and functions
species
a specific kind of something; "a species of molecule"; "a species of villainy" (biology) taxonomic group whose members can interbreed
species
Groups of actually (or potentially) interbreeding natural populations that are reproductively isolated from other such groups Reproductive isolation implies that interbreeding between individuals of two species normally is prevented by intrinsic factors
species
A specific known or unknown element, molecule, radical or ion; used commonly when the entitys status as an element, molecule etc. is unknown
species
A group of interbreeding individuals, not interbreeding with another such group, being a taxonomic unit including two names in binomial nomenclature, the generic name and specific epithet, similar and related species being grouped into a genus From the Latin, species, "particular kind "
species
Visible or sensible presentation; appearance; a sensible percept received by the imagination; an image
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    [ 'spE-shE, -sE ] (noun.) 1617. Originally in the phrase in specie; from Latin speciē, ablative singular of species. Compare payment in kind.

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