Seni bekleyerek tüm sabahı boşa harcadım. - I wasted all morning waiting for you.
Jim kızgın çünkü sinema randevusu gerçekleşmedi ve yağmurda onu bekleyerek bir saat geçirdi. - Jim's angry because his date for the movie stood him up and he wasted an hour waiting for her in the rain.
being and remaining ready and available for use; "waiting cars and limousines lined the curb"; "found her mother waiting for them"; "an impressive array of food ready and waiting for the guests"; "military forces ready and waiting"
the act of waiting (remaining inactive in one place while expecting something); "the wait was an ordeal for him"
a play by the Irish writer Samuel Beckett about two men, Vladimir and Estragon, waiting for a third man, Godot, who never comes. The play is a typical example of the theatre of the absurd, and people use the phrase 'waiting for Godot' to describe a situation where they are waiting for something to happen but it probably never will (1955)
If you play a waiting game, you deal with a situation by deliberately doing nothing, because you believe you will gain an advantage by acting later, or because you are waiting to see how other people are going to act. He's playing a waiting-game. He'll hope to hang on as long as possible until the pressure is off. The stratagem of deferring action and allowing the passage of time to work in one's favor
A waiting list is a list of people who have asked for something which cannot be given to them immediately, for example medical treatment, housing, or training, and who must therefore wait until it is available. There were 20,000 people on the waiting list for a home. A list of persons waiting, as for an appointment or filling a vacancy. a list of people who have asked for something but who must wait before they can have it waiting list for
A length of time after an employee has been determined to have a disability before disability benefits begin If you have Short-Term Disability coverage only, the waiting period is seven days If you enroll in Supplemental Disability, you may choose a waiting period of 7, 30, 90 or 180 days; your Short-Term Disability waiting period is the same as the waiting period you choose for Supplemental Disability
(1) The duration of time between the date the disability commences and the beginning of the benefit payment period It is the period during which an employee must be disabled before payment of benefits begins (2) The period between enrollment in a program and the date when an insured person becomes eligible for benefits
Length of time a health plan excludes coverage for a new enrollees pre-existing health condition Under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, the maximum pre-existing condition waiting period is 12 months, or 18 months for late enrollees However, individuals who change health plans and have a gap in coverage of no more than 63 days will not be subject to a new pre-existing condition waiting period if they already met their pre-existing condition exclusionary period in their prior coverage
(1) In medical expense insurance, a prescribed amount of time following policy issue during which the insured's medical expenses are not covered by the policy Such waiting periods usually last from 14 to 30 days following policy issue and normally apply only to medical expenses arising from sickness, not from accidents (2) In disability income insurance, a specified amount of time, beginning with the onset of the disability, during which benefits are not payable Such waiting periods may last from seven days to six months The waiting period in a disability income insurance policy is sometimes called the elimination period or the probationary period (3) In a group insurance plan, the length of time that a new group member must wait before being eligible to join the group plan Also called a probationary period
The time that a person must wait from the date of acceptance into an eligible class (or from application) to the date the insurance becomes effective While similar to elimination periods, waiting periods are often paid retroactively
The time you may be required to work for an employer before you are eligible for health benefits Not all employers require waiting periods Waiting periods do not count as gaps in health insurance for purposes of determining whether coverage is continuous If your employer requires a waiting period Women's Health and Cancer Rights Act (WHCRA) - Offers protections for patients who elect breast reconstruction in connection with a mastectomy Workforce - Employees, volunteers, trainees, and other persons under the direct control of a covered entity, whether or not they are paid by the covered entity Sources: Federal Register/Vol 65, No 160/Thursday, August 17, 2000/Rules and Regulations Subchapter C - Administrative Data Standards and Related Requirements, pg 50365-50368 healthinsuranceinfo net Consumer Guides, http: //www healthinsuranceinfo net/id06 html Health Care Financing Administration, http: //www hcfa gov/medicaid/hipaa/content/terms asp
The amount of time a person must wait from the date he or she is accepted into a health plan (or from when he or she applies) until the insurance becomes effective and he or she can receive benefits Withhold- A percentage of providers' fees that managed care companies hold back from providers which is only given to them if the amount of care they provide (or that the entire plan provides) is under a budgeted amount for each quarter or the whole year Worker's Compensation Coverage- States require employers to provide coverage to compensate employees for work-related injuries or disabilities
Before any benefits can be paid, an unpaid waiting period equivalent to one full week of unemployment benefits must be served You are subject to the same eligibility requirements for this period as you are when you claim a benefit check If you work at all during the first week of your claim, or for other reasons do not serve a full waiting week, this unpaid time extends into the next week(s)
Also known as the elimination period The length of time the insured must wait before receiving disability benefits from the insurer after the onset of a disability or sickness It is similar to the deductible portion of a car insurance policy
A waiting room is a room in a place such as a railway station or a clinic, where people can sit down while they wait. A room, as in a railroad station or physician's office, for the use of people waiting. a room for people to wait in, for example before they see a doctor, until their train arrives etc
A feature allowing the subscriber to be alerted of another call during a current conversation User can answer the call waiting, but cannot connect all parties (connecting all parties is considered a conference call)
An optional phone service that lets a user temporarily interrupt a conversation to accept another call without disconnecting the original caller After you hear the tone, you can put the first call on hold and answer the second, then alternate between callers Airtime charges will be incurred for both calls until you end one Two simultaneous airtime charges apply When you're on the line and a second call comes in, you'll hear a tone to let you know you have another call When that happens, you have three choices: Put the first call on hold by pressing SEND You'll automatically be connected with the second call End the first call by asking the first caller to hang up This automatically connects you to your waiting call Or, ignore the Call Waiting tone After 30 seconds, the waiting caller will hear a message indicating that you're not available, or will be fowarded to your voice mailbox if you subscribe to a messaging service
A service that the phone company offers that allows the customer to hear a special sound on the phone if there is an incoming call while the customer is talking on the phone The customer can then talk with either caller This is a nice service unless you have a modem and call BBS's If you are connected with a BBS and someone else calls you, you will be disconnected In most areas there is a special 2 or 3 digit number that you can dial before a phone call that will disconnect call waiting for that call If you have call waiting, check your phonebook or call the phone company to find out how to disconnect call waiting
A customer who is using a line arranged for call waiting is alerted, by means of a tone signal, when another caller is trying to reach that line The customer can alternate between two callers by placing one caller on hold
Call waiting is a telephone service that sends you a signal if another call arrives while you are already on the phone. A telephone service that alerts someone using the phone to an incoming call and allows switching between calls. a telephone service that allows you to receive another call when you are already talking on the telephone, without ending the first call
Refers to a situation where you are on the phone, and another party is trying to reach you Typically, when the second call comes in, you will hear a beep in your phone, indicating that a call is waiting
When a customer on a call has the ability to put that call on hold and accept an incoming call; the customer can switch between the calls If you are on the Internet and have call waiting enabled then you will lose the Internet connection To ensure this does not happen please go to Modems in the Control Panel and disable Call waiting from in there
While making a call, the phone will alert you that another person is trying to call you You can choose to answer the call or it will forward to your voice mail (network and subscription dependent feature -- not available in all areas)
If you say that something can wait, you mean that it is not important or urgent and so you will deal with it or do it later. I want to talk to you, but it can wait Any changes will have to wait until sponsors can be found
the act of waiting (remaining inactive in one place while expecting something); "the wait was an ordeal for him" serve as a waiter in a restaurant; "I'm waiting on tables at Maxim's" stay in one place and anticipate or expect something; "I had to wait on line for an hour to get the tickets" wait before acting
If an employee waits on you, for example in a restaurant or hotel, they take orders from you and bring you what you want. There were plenty of servants to wait on her Each student is expected to wait at table for one week each semester
You can use wait when you are trying to make someone feel excited, or to encourage or threaten them. If you think this all sounds very exciting, just wait until you read the book As soon as you get some food inside you, you'll feel more cheerful. Just you wait
If something is waiting for you, it is ready for you to use, have, or do. There'll be a car waiting for you When we came home we had a meal waiting for us Ships with unfurled sails wait to take them aboard
If you tell someone to wait and see, you tell them that they must be patient or that they must not worry about what is going to happen in the future because they have no control over it. We'll have to wait and see what happens. a wait-and-see attitude. a period of time in which you wait for something to happen, someone to arrive etc wait for
Wait is used in expressions such as wait a minute, wait a second, and wait a moment to interrupt someone when they are speaking, for example because you object to what they are saying or because you want them to repeat something. `Wait a minute!' he broke in. `This is not giving her a fair hearing!' = hold on, hang on
condition of a process that has it in a state that a computation is not being performed The process should be waiting for some event that would allow the computation to continue The event occurrance is indicated by a signal
Operation - Wait one game tic This command is mostly used when creating complex sets of commands and aliases Some commands cannot be executed in the same game slice, so this command allows a space in time between executing different commands *WARNING, the time of the command varies from system to system based on the CPU speed It's a bad idea to use the command to time things referencing human time, and it's also quite unwise using the command more than once in an alias
When you wait for something or someone, you spend some time doing very little, because you cannot act until that thing happens or that person arrives. I walk to a street corner and wait for the school bus Stop waiting for things to happen. Make them happen I waited to see how she responded Angus got out of the car to wait We will have to wait a week or so before we know whether the operation is a success He told waiting journalists that he did not expect a referendum to be held for several months. + waiting wait·ing The waiting became almost unbearable
emphasis If you say that you can't wait to do something or can hardly wait to do it, you are emphasizing that you are very excited about it and eager to do it. We can't wait to get started It's gonna be great. I can hardly wait
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