zoning

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İngilizce - Türkçe
zonlara ayırma
bölgelendirme
kuşaklama
zonlama
(Politika, Siyaset) bölgecilik
(Kentbilim) Bir bölgede ancak belirli bir faaliyet veya birtakım faaliyetlere izin verme, bir bölgeyi belirli bir faaliyet veya birtakım faaliyetler için ayırma, zoning
ayır
zonlanma
kuşaklara ayrılma
(Tıp) Küçük bir miktar serumda kuvvetli derecede kompleman bağlanması husulü
i., kentbilim (bir bölgede) ancak (belirli bir faaliyete/birtakım faaliyetlere) izin verme, (bir bölgeyi) (belirli bir faaliyet/birtakım
bölge seçim
(Nükleer Bilimler) bölgelere ayırma
belgelendirme
imar
bölgeleme
zone
kuşak

Sıcak iklim kuşaklarındaki insanların köri gibi baharatlı şeyler yemeleri garip. - It's strange that people in hot climate zones eat spicy things like curry.

zone
bölge

Güvenli bölgenin üzerinde uçtuktan sonra, uçak belirlenemeyen bir hava sahasına girdi. - After flying above the safe zone, the airplane went into unidentified air space.

O tehlikeli bir bölge;Gitme oraya. - That is a danger zone; don't go there.

zoning plan
(İnşaat) bölgeleme tasarı
Zoning Directorate
İmar Müdürlüğü
zoning commission
komisyonu imar
zoning plan
imar planı, bölgeleme tasarı
zoning area
imar alanı
zoning legislations
imar mevzuatı
zoning regulation
bölgeleme esasları
zoning sheet
imar paftası
zoning valve
ayırma vanası
zoning valve
bölge ayırma vanası
zone
dilim

Biz zaman dilimleri hakkında konuştuk. - We talked about time zones.

Benim zaman dilimimde burada sabah. - It's morning here in my time zone.

zone
{f} kuşatmak
height zoning
(İnşaat) yükseklik bölgelemesi
height zoning
(İnşaat) yükseklik zoningi
zone
(Bilgisayar) sıcak bölge
zone
alan

Konfor alanından çıkman gerekiyor. - You need to get out of your comfort zone.

Arabanı park alanı olmayan bir yere park etmemelisin. - You must not park your car in a no parking zone.

zone
(Ticaret) gümrük tarifesi
zone
kısım

Fırtınadan sonra şehrin bazı kısımları afet alanı gibiydi. - Parts of the city looked like a disaster zone following the storm.

zone
kesim
zone
(Spor) alan savunması
zone
kentbilim bölge
zone
çevirmek
zone
(Coğrafya) coğrafi kuşak
zone
zon
zone
{f} bölgelere ayır
aesthetic zoning
estetik bölgeleme
aesthetic zoning
güzelduyusal bölgeleme
seismic zoning coefficient
(Çevre) sismik bölge katsayısı
zone
bölgelere ayırmak
zone
mıntıka
zone
(Tıp) Bölge, kısım, kuşak, zona
zone
{i} bölge, mıntıka: zone of fire ateş bölgesi. zone of operations harekât bölgesi
zone
(Nükleer Bilimler) ölü bölge,bölge
zone
bölge,v.bölgelere ayır: n.bölge
zone
(Askeri) BÖLGE: Yükseliş azami ile asgari arasında değiştiği zaman, aynı barut hakkı ile atılan mermilerin düşeceği saha. Bak "air defence identificatıon zone", "air surface zones", "combat zone", "communication zone", "control zone", "dead zone", "demilitarized zone", "drop zone", "safety zone", "submarine patrol zones" ayrıca bak "area
zone
{i} coğr. kuşak: temperate zone ılıman kuşak. frigid zone
İngilizce - İngilizce
Present participle of zone
Legislative action for the purpose of regulating the use of property and the construction of buildings within the area under the jurisdiction of the legislative body concerned
Zoning is a term used in urban planning for a system of land-use regulation in various parts of the world, including North America, the United Kingdom, and Australia. The word is derived from the practice of designating permitted uses of land based on mapped zones which separate one set of land uses from another
A legal mechanism for local governments to prevent conflict land use and promote orderly development by regulating the use of privately owned land through enforcement
Local governments establish and can sometimes change the types of land usage that affect any property in their area The basic zoning categories are: residential, commercial and industrial To build a business on property zoned for residences, you must request and wait until the property is re-zoned for business use
The right of a community, under its police power, to dictate the use of property within its boundaries
a system of choosing areas to be developed for particular purposes, such as houses or shops, when planning a town. Legislative method of controlling land use by regulating considerations such as the type of buildings that may be erected and population density. German and Swedish cities first applied zoning regulations in the late 19th century to address the problems of urban congestion and building height. The earliest U.S. zoning ordinances, which date from the beginning of the 20th century, were motivated by the need to regulate the location of commercial and industrial activities. In 1916 New York City adopted the first comprehensive zoning law; it and other early regulations were designed to protect property values and preserve light and air. Modern zoning regulations divide land use into three types: residential, commercial, and industrial. Within each designation, more specific aspects of development (e.g., building proximity, height, and type) are also determined. Zoning is often used to maintain the distinctive character of a town or city; an adverse consequence of such zoning is economic segregation. The Supreme Court of the United States ruled against such laws in 1977 when it declared the zoning regulations of one Chicago suburb discriminatory
- Laws passed by local governments regulating the size, type, structure, nature and use of land or buildings
Laws passed by local governments regulating the size, type, structure, nature and use of land or buildings
Local governments establish and can sometimes change the types of land usage that affect any property in their area The basic zoning categories are residential, commercial and industrial To build a business on property zoned for residences, you must request and wait until the property is rezoned for business use
Local government regulations relating to the use of the property
Legislative action, usually at the municipal level, that divides municipalities into districts for the purpose of regulating the use of private property and the construction of buildings within the zones established. Zoning is said to be part of the state police power, and therefore must be for the furthering of the health, morals, safety, or general welfare of the community
The division of a city by legislative regulation into districts, and the design of regulations having to do with structural and architectural design and use of buildings
Rules and regulations controlling the use of land, which is broken down into districts and determines how private property is to be used or what construction is allowed
Regulation created and enforced by county and city governments for the purposes of regulating and controlling activities and conditions within those areas One example of a zoning regulation would be a zoning ordinance that prohibits the building of residential houses within a determined number of feet of any swine farm or swine farm lagoon
Regulations established by local governments regarding the location and use for any given piece of property within a specific area
The division of a community into separate areas showing how the property in each zone may be developed such as residential, multifamily, local business district, light industrial, commercial park district, etc
The ability of local governments to specify the use of private property in order to control development within designated areas of land For example, some areas of a neighborhood may be designated only for residential use and others for commercial use such as stores, gas stations, etc
Local government regulations relating to the use of property
Regulations established by local governments regarding the location, height and use for any given piece of property within a specific area
Areas may be zoned to specify use of a property i e residential, commercial, agricultural These zoning ordinances are normally enforced by the city or the county
In general, separating a planning area by ordinance into zones and establishing regulations to govern the use of the land (commercial, industrial, residential, type of residential, etc ) and the location, bulk, height, shape, use, and coverage of structures within each zone
The method used by cities to promote the compatibility of land uses by dividing tracts of land within the city into different districts or zones Zoning ensures that a factory is not located in the middle of a residential neighborhood or that a bar is not located next to an elementary school
Regulations adopted by local government restricting the use of real property Typically, zoning regulations prescribe permissible uses in various areas of a municipality
Regulations that control the use of land within a jurisdiction
dividing an area into zones or sections reserved for different purposes such as residence and business and manufacturing etc
the act of city or county authorities specifying the type of use to which property may be put in specific areas
The dividing of a home into different areas each with their own heating and cooling properties For example, you might prefer to have the kitchen area of your home be slightly cool, while at the same time keeping the temperature in the bedrooms warmer
Regulation of private land use and development by local government
The ability of local governments to specify the use of property in order to control development within designated areas of land For example, some areas of a neighborhood may be designated only for residential use and others for commercial use such as stores, gas stations, etc
A set of local government regulations and requirements that govern the use, placement, spacing and size of buildings and lots (as well as other types of land uses) within specific areas designated as zones primarily dedicated to certain land use types or patterns
{i} division into areas; act of encircling; act of homing in on; municipal regulations that regulate the kind and size of buildings that can be built and activities taken on in particular areas
zoning board
a board of officials who divide an area into zones that are subject to different restrictions
zoning commission
a commission delegated to supervise the zoning of areas for residential or commercial use
zone
That collection of a domain's DNS resource records, the domain and its subdomains, that are not delegated to another authority
zone
A belt or girdle

In putting on the zone or belt, worn by both bishops and priests, he says: Blessed is God, Who girded me with power, and hath made my path blameless... (Ps. 47:32-33). The zone denotes the priest's readiness to serve the Lord and is also a sign that he is bound to Christ.

zone
A given area distinguished on the basis of a particular characteristic, use, restriction, etc

The white zone is for loading and unloading only.

zone
To divide into or assign sections or areas

Please zone off our staging area, a section for each group.

zone
Each of the five regions of the earth's surface into which it was divided by climatic differences, namely the torrid zone (between the tropics), two temperate zones (between the tropics and the polar circles), and two frigid zones (within the polar circles)

To avoid which, we will take any pains ; we will dive to the bottom of the sea, to the bowels of the earth, five, six, seven, eight, nine hundred fathom deep, through all five zones, and both extremes of heat and cold .

zone
Any given region or area of the world
zone
To enter a daydream state temporarily, for instance as a result of boredom, fatigue, or intoxication; to doze off

Everyone just put their goddamn heads together and zoned. (Byron Coley, liner notes for the album Piece for Jetsun Dolma by Thurston Moore).

zone
A high performance phase or period

I just got in a zone late in the game, everything was going in.

zone
The frustum of a sphere
zone
{n} a girdle, belt, division of the earth, disease
inclusionary zoning
Inclusionary zoning, also known as inclusionary housing, is an American term which refers to municipal and county planning ordinances that require a given share of new construction to be affordable by people with low to moderate incomes. The term inclusionary zoning indicates that these ordinances seek to counter exclusionary zoning practices, which aim to exclude low-cost housing from a municipality through the zoning code
zone
If an area of land is zoned, it is formally set aside for a particular purpose. The land was not zoned for commercial purposes + zoning zon·ing the use of zoning to preserve agricultural land. a large area that is different from other areas around it in some way (zona , from zone). if an area of land is zoned, it is officially kept separate from other land so that it can be used for a particular purpose. avoidance zone of bathypelagic zone Canal Zone Panama Canal Zone free trade zone subduction zone submarine fracture zone zone melting
zone
The rate increases from within outwards
zone
A series of faces whose intersection lines with each other are parallel
zone
A logical group of network devices on AppleTalk
zone
To temporarily enter a daydream state, for instance as a result of boredom, fatigue, or intoxication
zone
(anatomy) any encircling or beltlike structure an area or region distinguished from adjacent parts by a distinctive feature or characteristic any of the regions of the surface of the Earth loosely divided according to latitude or longitude a circumscribed geographical region characterized by some distinctive features regulate housing in; of certain areas of towns
zone
an area or region distinguished from adjacent parts by a distinctive feature or characteristic
zone
The aggregate of stations, in whatsoever direction or on whatsoever line of railroad, situated between certain maximum and minimum limits from a point at which a shipment of traffic originates
zone
Any circular or ring-shaped area within which the street-car companies make no differences of fare
zone
any of the regions of the surface of the Earth loosely divided according to latitude or longitude
zone
A zone is an area that has particular features or characteristics. Many people have stayed behind in the potential war zone The area has been declared a disaster zone. time zones
zone
The portion of the surface of a sphere included between two parallel planes; the portion of a surface of revolution included between two planes perpendicular to the axis
zone
(anatomy) any encircling or beltlike structure
zone
{i} region, area, domain; belt, waistband
zone
An area distinguished on the basis of a particular characteristic, use, restriction, etc
zone
An alarm system with many input devices is often separated into a number of areas called ZONES Each zone has an indicator light on the keypad which present status of the zone When all zones are secured alarm system is ready to be armed In case of alarm ,Control Panel report to the monitoring station condition of each zone tripped
zone
-location designation that represents a storage area
zone
(1) An area of a county or city in which the use of the land is restricted by law (zoning ordinance) (2) An area designated by a number for the delivery of mail Zip codes incorporate the zones
zone
To girdle; to encircle
zone
One of the five great divisions of the earth, with respect to latitude and temperature
zone
A defined area of land or part of a building which is allocated for a particular purpose, e g development plans may allocate areas of land for different uses or values of property may distinguish between areas of floorspace of a building and ascribe different values to them Zoning: In planning terms, the dividing of an area by a local planning authority into zones for particular uses or activities
zone
Circuit; circumference
zone
A belt worn by priests in the Greek Orthodox church
zone
refers to one or more sectors of one or more cells It is an administrative category in CDMA Movement within a zone does not require the phone to reregister The phone has to register if it crosses a zone boundary Read this for more information
zone
A space or group of spaces within a building with heating and/or cooling requirements sufficiently similar so that comfort conditions can be maintained throughout by a single controlling device
zone
sector
zone
A portion of the total domain name space that is represented by the data stored on a particular name server The name server has authority over the zone - or the particul ar portion of the domain name space - described by that data [see also: Zone File, Name Server, Domain Name Space]
zone
Short for the strike zone
zone
A band or area of growth encircling anything; as, a zone of evergreens on a mountain; the zone of animal or vegetable life in the ocean around an island or a continent; the Alpine zone, that part of mountains which is above the limit of tree growth
zone
All workspaces available to your organization, and all of the registered users who can access one or more of those workspace In other words, everything and everybody
zone
The first zone includes the unit of area "(a quadrangle 30 minutes square)" in which the place of shipment is situated and the 8 contiguous units; the outer limits of the second to the seventh zones, respectively, are approximately 150, 300, 600, 1000, 1400, and 1800 miles from the point of shipment; the eighth zone includes all units of area outside the seventh zone
zone
To define the property use classification of an area
zone
(n ) The administrative boundary within a network domain, often made up of one or more subdomains
zone
That collection of a domains DNS resource records, the domain and its subdomains, that are not delegated to another authority
zone
- An area of a network under administrative or other control In a name server configuration, a domain can be a zone Zones can be further subdivided into subzones, each having its own administrators and servers
zone
The first zone includes the unit of area "(a quadrangle 30 minutes square)"
zone
Divide into or assign sections or areas
zone
A location in the network (corresponding to a location on campus) where a machine is located
zone
All workspaces available to your organization, and all of the registered users who can access one or more of those work areas In other words, everything and everybody
zone
(1) In the context of a heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) system: a space or group of spaces served by an HVAC system or portion of an HVAC system controlled by a single thermostat or other control device; (2) A space or group of spaces within a building with sufficiently similar comfort conditioning requirements so that comfort conditions can be maintained throughout by a single control device
zone
Geographic location with designated boundaries such as a district
zone
A particular region of dynamic memory Zones are set up in program code and are passed to allocation methods and functions to specify that the allocated memory should come from a particular zone Allocating related data structures from the same zone can improve locality of reference and overall system performance
zone
a circumscribed geographical region characterized by some distinctive features
zone
A high performance phase or period, especially in sports
zone
in which the place of shipment is situated and the 8 contiguous units; the outer limits of the second to the seventh zones, respectively, are approximately 150, 300, 600, 1000, 1400, and 1800 miles from the point of shipment; the eighth zone includes all units of area outside the seventh zone
zone
regulate housing in; of certain areas of towns
zone
A series of planes having mutually parallel intersections
zone
A defined area of land or part of a building which is allocated for a particular purpose, eg development plans may allocate areas of land for different uses or values of property may distinguish between areas of floorspace of a building and ascribe different values to them
zone
separate or apportion into sections; "partition a room off"
zone
In DNS, a contiguous portion of a domain consisting of names or delegations Formally, a domain name belongs to exactly one (authoritative) zone
zone
In the United States parcel-post system, any of the areas about any point of shipment for which but one rate of postage is charged for a parcel post shipment from that point
zone
A particular area of free memory Zoned allocators differentiate between intended uses, and are generally used to model different characteristics of the memory For example, on the x86 there is only 16Mb of DMA-able memory; the zoned allocator will try to save DMA pages for processes specifically requesting ZONE_DMA memory There are currently three zone types: ZONE_DMA, ZONE_NORMAL, and ZONE_HIGHMEM (see highmem)
zone
A delegation point in the DNS tree hierarchy It contains all the names from a certain point downward except for those names that were delegated to other zones A zone defines the contents of a contiguous section of the domain space, usually bounded by administrative boundaries Each zone has configuration data composed of entries called resource records A zone can map exactly to a single domain, but can also include only part of a domain, with the remainder delegated another subzone
zone
A section of the total domain name space that is represented by the data stored on a particular name server The name server has authority over that particular zone - or the particular section of the domain name space - described by that data
zone
A girdle; a cincture
zone
An administrative unit of a mission, consisting usually of four to six districts; the geographical region comprising those districts' proselytizing areas
zone
(ZN) -- A local geographic region of a NWS office's forecast area
zone
An identifiable sensor or group of sensors, connected to an alarm control, that can be addressed and manipulated from the control, from the monitoring facility, or from an arming station Zones may also represent different types of protection such as burglar, fire, hold-up, etc
zone
A band or stripe extending around a body
zone
{f} divide into areas; encircle; home in on, track
zone
An area or part of a region characterized by uniform or similar animal and plant life; a life zone; as, Littoral zone, Austral zone, etc
zoning

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    /ˈzōnəɴɢ/ /ˈzoʊnɪŋ/

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