takings

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İngilizce - Türkçe
kazanç
gelir
hasılat
kâr
taking
{i} alış

Onun kahvaltıdan önce yürüme alışkanlığı vardı. - He was in the habit of taking a walk before breakfast.

Onun her sabah kahvaltıdan önce yürüme alışkanlığı vardı. - He was in the habit of taking a walk before breakfast every morning.

taking
filme alma
taking
(film) çekim
taking
(Ticaret) işgal
taking
sevimli
taking
çekici
taking
çevirim
taking
heyecan
taking
alarak

Her şeyi göz önüne alarak o arabayı satın aldı. - Taking everything into consideration, he bought the car.

Zehir alarak intihar etti. - He committed suicide by taking poison.

taking
{f} al
taking
alınarak
taking
telaş
taking
çalkalanma
taking
ele geçirme
taking
ilginç

Trenlerin resimlerini çekmek neden ilginçtir? - Why is taking pictures of trains interesting?

Neden trenlerin resimlerini çekmek çok ilginç? - Why is taking pictures of trains so interesting?

taking
alma

Tom parayı almakla suçludur. - Tom was guilty of taking the money.

Sabah duş almaya alışkınım. - I am in the habit of taking a shower in the morning.

taking
cazip
taking
bulaşıcı
taking
sallanma
taking
sari
taking
the takings ele geçen para
taking
takinglyalıcı tavırla
taking
hoşa gidecek surette
the takings
(para olarak) hâsılat
İngilizce - İngilizce
The cash or money received (taken) by a shop or other business; receipts

Fred was concerned because the takings from his sweetshop had fallen again for the third week.

plural form of taking
You can use takings to refer to the amount of money that a business such as a shop or a cinema gets from selling its goods or tickets during a particular period. The pub said that their takings were fifteen to twenty thousand pounds a week. the day's/week's etc takings
Takings clause law
(Fizik) The Takings Clause refers to the last clause of the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. constitution that limits the power of eminent domain. The taking clause requires the entity to pay just compensation on taking private property for public use. The purpose of the takings clause is to ensure that the financial burdens of public policy are shared by the entire public and not unfairly placed on individual property owners
profit takings
plural form of profit taking
taking
Present participle of take
taking
That which has been gained

count the shop's takings'.

taking
An apprehension
taking
alluring; attractive
taking
A seizure of someone's goods or possessions
taking
{a} receiving, arresting, engaging
taking
{n} a seizure, distress, difficulty, fright
day's takings
single day's earnings or income
taking
the act of someone who picks up or takes something; "the pickings were easy"; "clothing could be had for the taking"
taking
The acquisition of a piece of land, usually through condemnation
taking
The option of allowing users to assign themselves to a given Footprints Issue This is a project option set by the project administrator
taking
Agitation; excitement; distress of mind
taking
very attractive; capturing interest; "a fetching new hairstyle"; "something inexpressibly taking in his manner"; "a winning personality"
taking
Reducing the value of someone's property through government action without just compensation
taking
{s} contagious, infectious; enchanting, captivating
taking
A common synonym for condemnation or eminent domain
taking
Unconstitutional confiscation of private property
taking
in relation to plants this includes breaking, cutting, destroying, digging up, gathering, plucking, pulling up and removing of the plant In relation to fish it means fishing Conservation Act 1987
taking
describes an acquisition of real property
taking
occurs when the government acquires property or an interest in property from a private owner or otherwise substantially diminishes the value of property or substantially deprives the owner of the use and enjoyment of his property
taking
{i} act of one who takes; something taken
taking
1 Government acquisition of land through condemnation 2 Restrictions on the use of land that are so harsh as to block any reasonable use of the property
taking
A seizure of someones goods or possessions
taking
To harass, harm, pursue, hunt, shoot, wound, kill, trap, capture, collect, a species or individual, or attempt to do so Taking includes any actions that induce stress, affect critical habitat, or have other adverse impacts
taking
The act of gaining possession; a seizing; seizure; apprehension
taking
Apt to take; alluring; attracting
taking
Malign influence; infection
taking
1 acquisition of a parcel of land through condemnation 2 in land use law, application of police power restrictions to a parcel of land that are so restrictive as to preclude any reasonable use
taking
The concept of taking comes from the Takings clause of the fifth amendment of the United States Constitution The clause reads, "nor shall private property be taken for public use, without just compensation " This means that when land is taken for public use through the government's power of eminent domain or condemnation, the owner must be compensated (See eminent domain)
taking
Term used to describe the government action of using private property for public purposes
taking
Infectious; contageous
taking
An illegal government appropriation of private property or property rights Traditionally, takings law has addressed physical seizures of land, but regulations that deprive landowners of certain property rights may also result in a taking in special circumstances Courts decide whether a particular government action constitutes a taking
taking
The act by which a governmental unit deprives a landowner of the value of his property either by physically occupying or otherwise See also Regulatory Taking
takings