ultra

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İngilizce - Türkçe
radikal
aşırı görüşlü
haddinden fazla
üst
aşırı
ötesinde
(Tıp) Öteye, ötede, dışında, fevkinde, aşırı
ifrat derecede
uç görüşlü kimse
asiri görüslü
{s} ultra
öbür tarafta
müfrit kimse
iş ve düşünüşünde aşırılığa kaçan kimse
asiri
{i} aşırıcı, aşırıcılık yanlısı
son derece
(Diş Hekimliği) 'Aşırı, ötesinde' anlamında önek
{s} aşkın
aşırıcı
fazla
radikal kimse
(Biyokimya) ince
ültra
ultra high frequency
çok yüksek frekans
ultra-
aşırı
ultra-
(önek) fazla
ultra violet
ultraviyole
ultra vire
ultra VİRE
ultra-imperialism
ultra-emperyalizm
ultra light cigarette
çok hafif sigara
ultra low frequency
(Askeri) çok düşük frekans
ultra vires
yetkiyi aşan
ultra vires
gücü aşan
ultra-violet radiation
morötesi ışıma
ultra-violet radiation
ultraviyole ışıma
ne plus ultra
(Latin) daha ilerisi olmaz
ne plus ultra
(Latin) son derecesi
ne plus ultra
(Latin) mükemmeliyet
ne plus ultra
(Latin) üstünlükte son nokta
ne plus ultra
daha ötesi yok
ne ultra petitum
(Kanun) Bkz. non ultra petita
non ultra petita
(Kanun) (Latince - Hukuk) Yargılama yönteminde, yargıç tarafların istemiyle bağlıdır; istemden fazlasına veya başkasına hükmedemez
non ultra petita
(Kanun) İn public ınternational law the non ultra petita rule circumscribes the ambit of the powers of the adjudicating body: according to this rule, an adjudicating body cannot decide more than it has been asked to
İngilizce - İngilizce
An extremist

Five militants were nabbed while four ultras of Harkat-ul-Jehad-e-Islami (HuJI) gave themselves up.

Code name used by British codebreakers during World War 2 for decrypted information gained from the enemy
Extreme; far beyond the norm
adj. Allied intelligence system that, in tapping the very highest-level communications among the armed forces of Germany and Japan, contributed to the Allied victory in World War II. In the early 1930s Polish cryptographers first broke the code of Germany's cipher machine Enigma. In 1939 they turned their information over to the Allies, and Britain established the Ultra project at Bletchley Park to intercept and decipher Enigma messages. The Japanese also had a modified version of the Enigma, known as "Purple" by the Americans, who were able to duplicate it well before Pearl Harbor. The intercept of signals helped Allied forces win the Battle of Britain and the battles of the Coral Sea and Midway and led to the destruction of a large part of the German forces following the Allied landing in Normandy. adj. Member of the extreme right (ultraroyalist) wing of the royalist movement in the French Bourbon Restoration (1815-30). The ultras included large landowners, clericalists, and the former émigré nobility. Opposed to the French Revolution's secular and egalitarian principles, they called for restrictions on the press and greater power for the Catholic church. They controlled the Chamber of Deputies and the cabinet for most of the 1820s, especially during the reign of their leader Charles X. Their policies proved unpopular, and they lost power after 1827; with the July Revolution (1830), the faction ceased to exist
Going beyond others, or beyond due limit; extreme; fanatical; uncompromising; as, an ultra reformer; ultra measures
A prefix from the Latin ultra beyond (see Ulterior), having in composition the signification beyond, on the other side, chiefly when joined with words expressing relations of place; as, ultramarine, ultramontane, ultramundane, ultratropical, etc
One who advocates extreme measures; an ultraist; an extremist; a radical
(used of opinions and actions) far beyond the norm; "extremist political views"; "radical opinions on education"; "an ultra conservative"
In other relations it has the sense of excessively, exceedingly, beyond what is common, natural, right, or proper; as, ultraconservative; ultrademocratic, ultradespotic, ultraliberal, ultraradical, etc
{s} extreme, excessive, beyond what is ordinary
ultra lounge
A nightclub that has a subdued atmosphere and facilities for social intercourse
ultra lounges
plural form of ultra lounge
ultra vires
beyond the legal power or authority of a person or body

Acts of the Scottish Parliament, unlike Westminster, can be challenged in court on the basis that they relate to reserved matters and are, therefore, ultra vires.

ultra-
Excessively, to an extreme

ultramicroscopic, ultra-careful.

ultra-
Beyond, outside of

ultrasonic.

ultra-
Greater than normal quantity or importance

ultrasecret.

ultra-
Beyond, on the far side of

ultraviolet.

ultra-Orthodox
Very strictly observant; Haredi; being either Hasidic or Litvish (Misnagdic)
ultra-high
Very, extremely, or exceedingly high

ultra-high definition video.

ultra-lounge
Alternative spelling of ultra lounge
ultra petita
(Kanun) Latin: beyond that which is sought. Usually used in relation to a judgment of the court which exceeds even that which was asked for, such as a damage award whichj is in excess of what a plaintiff requested. An ultra petita decision is not good law and is typically and successfully appealed on that ground
ultra-imperialism
(Politika Siyaset) Ultra-imperialism, or occasionally hyperimperialism, is a potential phase of capitalism described by Karl Kautsky. Kautsky elucidated his theory in the September 1914 issue of Die Neue Zeit. He described the current phase of capitalism as imperialism. In Marxist theory, imperialism consists of capitalist states superexploiting labour in agrarian regions in order to increase both the imperialist nation's productivity and their market. However, imperialism also required capitalist states to introduce protectionist measures and to defend their empires militarily. He believed that this was the ultimate cause of World War I
Ultra Direct Memory Access
protocol for information transfer at an increased speed from a computer to a peripheral device without going through the central processing unit (CPU)
ultra high frequency
range of radio frequencies between 300 and 3000 megahertz
ultra violet
lying just beyond the violet end of the visible spectrum
ultra vires
Acts beyond the powers given the corporation by law
ultra vires
Ultra vires means beyond one's powers, unauthorised
ultra vires
Beyond power An act done by an agency of government which it is beyond their authority to do is described as ultra vires •Government`s Rights
ultra vires
beyond the scope or in excess of legal power or authority
ultra vires
beyond the legal power or authority of a person or official or body etc; "an ultra vires contract"
ultra vires
beyond power
ultra vires
Traditionally, the purpose of a corporation was closely spelled out in its articles of incorporation If the corporation acted beyond its described purposes these actions were unenforceable against the corporation or by the corporation However, most modern statutes allow corporate purposes to be any lawful activity
ultra vires
An act perfomed without any authority to act on the subject An act is ultra vires when a corporation is without authority to perform it under any circumstances or for any purpose Thus a contract made by a corporation beyond the scope of its corporate powers us unlawful
ultra vires
Beyond power; transcending authority; a phrase used frequently in relation to acts or enactments by corporations in excess of their chartered or statutory rights
ultra vires
Without authority An act which is beyond the powers or authority of the person or organization which took it
ultra vires
outside the legal authority of, beyond the jurisdiction of (Latin)
ultra vires
The unauthorized acts of a corporation in violation of it certificate or charter of incorporation
ultra vires
beyond the legal power or authority of a person or official or body etc; "an ultra vires contract" beyond the scope or in excess of legal power or authority
ultra vires
Latin - without authority
ultra vires
a legal term for activity which is outside the scope of the relevant legal powers and is therefore illegal
ultra vires
meaning literally beyond ones power, an act which is ultra vires is one which is beyond the scope of the authority that a person or organization has Thus an agent can be ultra vires the scope of his or her agency agreement, a company can act ultra vires the objects contained in its memorandum of association and a local authority or minister can act ultra vires the powers conferred on them by legislation
ultra vires
An act in excess of the authority conferred
ultra-
emphasis Ultra- is added to adjectives to form other adjectives that emphasize that something or someone has a quality to an extreme degree. a wide range of ultra-modern equipment. an ultra-ambitious executive
ultra-Orthodox
extremely religious, very strict in religious observance
ne plus ultra
the highest possible state, degree, or condition of quality; nothing better
ne plus ultra
the highest, ultimate point of achievement which can be reached; perfection

The slight that can be conveyed in a glance, in a gracious smile, in a wave of the hand, is often the ne plus ultra of art. – Julia Kavanagh.

ne plus ultra
The highest point, as of excellence or achievement; the ultimate
ne plus ultra
The most profound degree, as of a condition or quality
non ultra petita
(Kanun) In law, the principle of non ultra petita, meaning "not beyond the request" in Latin, means that a court may not decide more than it has been asked to. In particular, the court may not award more to the winning party than it requested
act ultra vires
act outside the legal authority of, act beyond the jurisdiction of
ne plus ultra
A prohibition against proceeding further; an insuperable obstacle or limiting condition
ne plus ultra
(Latin) perfection, highest level of excellence; flawlessness, state or quality of being without an imperfection or defect; something that reaches superior standard of excellence
ne plus ultra
The uttermost point to which one can go or attain; hence, the summit of achievement; the highest point or degree; the acme
ultras
plural of ultra
Türkçe - İngilizce
ultra
ultrathin
ultra