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İngilizce - Türkçe
vasi
guardian
koruyucu

Asla koruyucu meleğinin uçabileceğinden daha hızlı sürme. - Never drive faster than your guardian angel can fly.

Koruyucu meleklere inanırım. - I believe in guardian angels.

guardian
{i} gardiyan

Altın golemleri hazineyi korumak için kullanılan gardiyanlardır. - Gold golems are guardians used to guard treasure.

guardian
vasi

Ailen ya da vasinin iznine ihtiyacım var. - I need permission from your parents or guardian.

Ben Tom'un yasal vasisiyim. - I'm Tom's legal guardian.

guardian
gözetici
guardian
(Kanun) bekçi
guardian
(Kanun) kanuni temsilci
guardian
(Kanun,Ticaret) kayyım
guardian
koruyucu kişi/yer
guardian
{i} muhafız
guardian
{i} huk. vasi
guardian
{i} veli

Kendimi senin velin olarak görüyorum. - I regard myself as your guardian.

guardian
vasi/koruyucu
guardian
guardian angel koruyucu melek
İngilizce - İngilizce
formerly The Manchester Guardian Influential newspaper published in London and Manchester, Eng. , considered one of Britain's best papers. Founded in 1821 as the weekly Manchester Guardian, it became a daily in 1855; 100 years later "Manchester" was dropped from the name, as it had become a national daily with an international reputation. In 1936 one of the newspapers most influential editors, C.P. Scott, created the Scott Trust as a means of assuring independent ownership for the newspaper. Still owned by the trust, the paper takes an independent liberal stance in its editorials while maintaining great breadth and depth of news coverage
guardian
Someone who guards, watches over, or protects
guardian
A person legally responsible for a minor (in loco parentis)
guardian
A major or final enemy; boss

'if you tell me how to find the secret door in level three, I'll tell you how to defeat the end of level guardian'.

guardian
A person legally responsible for an incompetent person
guardian
{a} defending, protecting
guardian
{n} one who has the care of another
Guardian
A British daily national newspaper
guardian
A person appointed by a court to manage the person and/or property of one who is legally incompetent to handle his/her own affairs
guardian
An individual or institution named by a court to manage the property of a person who is adjudged incapable of handling his or her own affairs  
guardian
An individual or a trust institution appointed by a court to care for the property or the person (or both) of a minor or an incompetent person When the guardian's duties are limited to the property, he is known as a guardian of the property; when they are limited to the person, he is known as a guardian of the person; when they apply both to property and to the person, he is known merely as a guardian In some states the term committee, conservator, curator, or tutor is used to designate one who performs substantially the same duties as those of a guardian
guardian
A person appointed by a judge to look after the interests and to manage the affairs of a minor or a person who is unable to manage them him/her self
guardian
The guardian of something is someone who defends and protects it. The National Party is lifting its profile as socially conservative guardian of traditional values. a serious British daily newspaper that has left wing opinions. In law, one who has, or is legally appointed to, the care and management of another, usually a minor. A natural guardian is a guardian by natural relationship (usually the father or mother). A guardian may be appointed by the court when it decides that a child needs one (usually when the parents have died or disappeared)
guardian
a person who cares for persons or property
guardian
A person legally entrusted with the care of, and managing the property and rights of, another person, usually a minor child
guardian
An individual or institution named by a court to manage the property of a person who is incapable of handling his or her own affairs
guardian
A person lawfully invested with the power, and charged with the duty, of taking care of the person and managing the property and rights of another person, who, for defect of age, understanding, or self-control, is considered incapable of administering his own affairs One who legally has responsibility for the care and management of the person, or the estate, or both, of a child during its minority
guardian
A guardian is someone who has been legally appointed to look after the affairs of another person, for example a child or someone who is mentally ill
guardian
An individual appointed by a probate court to manage the legal, financial and day-to-day affairs of a legally-incompetent person (i e , a minor or an individual suffering from a mental or physical disability) The guardian may also have personal custody of that individual, as authorized by statutory provisions Compare conservator
guardian
A court-appointed person charged with caring for the estate and/or person of another living person (the ward) Sometimes there are two guardians appointed: one to care for the estate (property of ward, both real and personal) and one to care for the person This is most common when a financial institution is handling the money, but is not equipped to handle matters of personal care Reasons for appointing a guardian in Wisconsin: proposed ward is a minor (less than age 18), a spendthrift, or an incompetent (mentally, not physically) Contrast with Guardian ad Litem: A person appointed by the court (judge) during litigation (court case) to represent the interests of a minor or an incompetent
guardian
A person (not being a parent of the child) who is legally responsible for a child under 18
guardian
person lawfully appointed to care for the person of a minor, invalid, incompetent and their interests, such as education, property management and investments
guardian
An individual who, by legal appointment or by the effect of a written law, is given custodyof both the property and the person of one who is unable to manage their own affairs, such as a child or mentally-disabled person
guardian
{i} guard; protector; overseer; keeper, custodian
guardian
A superior in a Franciscan monastery
guardian
A person legally charged with the power and duty of managing the estate and affairs of a person who because of some condition cannot manage his or her affairs
guardian
an appointee of the court who cares for the property and rights of a minor or someone incapable of handling his or her own affairs
guardian
An individual legally appointed to manage the rights and/or property of a minor or person incapable of taking care of his or her affairs
guardian
a person who has been qualified and/or been appointed as a guardian of the person and/or property of a minor or adult mental incompetent
guardian
A person appointed by will or by law to assume responsibility for incompetent adults or minor children If a parent dies, this will usually be the other parent If both die, it probably will be a close relative
guardian
A person who has the legal responsibility for the care and management of the person or property of another
guardian
providing protective supervision; watching over or safeguarding; "daycare that is educational and not just custodial"; "a guardian angel"; "tutelary gods"
guardian
One who has, or is entitled to, the custody of the person or property of an infant, a minor without living parents, or a person incapable of managing his own affairs
guardian
an adult person appointed by a surviving parent in his or her will or by a court, who is responsible for a minor child's personal care and nurturing
guardian
Performing, or appropriate to, the office of a protector; as, a guardian care
guardian
One who legally has care and management of the person or estate, or both, of an incompetent person, who can not act for himself or herself, or of a minor Court appointed to protect the interest of a minor or incompetent person and to provide for their care, welfare, education, maintenance and/or support (8)
guardian
the person appointed in a will or by the court to have custody of a minor or an incapacitated person
guardian
One who guards, preserves, or secures; one to whom any person or thing is committed for protection, security, or preservation from injury; a warden
guardian
The person who has the legal duty to care for and maintain the person and/or property of an unmarried minor child
guardian
Is a person appointed by the court to protect the rights and manage the affairs of an incapacitated person or minor [Top of Page]
guardian
A person appointed by the court to care for the property and rights of a minor or someone incapable of handling his or her own affairs
guardian
In relation to a minor, a person who has care and custody of the minor or is involved in his or her daily care In relation to a dependent adult, guardian means the person who has been appointed as the guardian of an individual under the Dependent Adults Act
guardian
warder
the guardian

    Heceleme

    the guard·i·an

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    dhi gärdiın

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    /ᴛʜē ˈgärdēən/ /ðiː ˈɡɑːrdiːən/

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    [ before consonants usually ] (definite article.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English thE, masc. demonstrative pronoun & definite article, alteration of sE; akin to Greek ho, masculine demonstrative pronoun & definite article; more at THAT.

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