procedure

  • 41 procedure — noun 1》 an established or official way of doing something.     ↘a series of actions conducted in a certain order or manner. 2》 Computing a subroutine. Derivatives procedural adjective procedurally adverb Origin C16: from Fr. procédure, from… …

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  • 42 procedure — noun once we establish a procedure, it must be followed Syn: course of action, plan of action, action plan, policy, series of steps, method, system, strategy, way, approach, formula, mechanism, methodology, MO (modus operandi), technique; routine …

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  • 43 procedure — A formal, detailed rule of conduct in an organization. The terms procedure and *policy are often used interchangeably, but careful users restrict the former to detailed administrative rules, and the latter to more general statements on… …

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  • 44 procedure — n 1. course, line, plan of action; policy, polity, guidelines; method, methodology, technique, system; attack, tack, approach; way, wise, manner, means, mode, fashion, style, ways and means; wont, custom, practice, praxis, Latin, modus operandi.… …

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  • 45 procedure — pro•ce•dure [[t]prəˈsi dʒər[/t]] n. 1) the act or manner of proceeding in any action or process; conduct 2) a particular course or mode of action 3) any given mode of conducting legal, parliamentary, or similar business • Etymology: 1605–15; < …

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  • 46 procedure — /prəˈsidʒə / (say pruh seejuh) noun 1. the act or manner of proceeding in any action or process; conduct. 2. a particular course or mode of action. 3. mode of conducting legal, parliamentary, or other business, especially litigation and judicial… …

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  • 47 procedure — pro|ce|du|re sb., n, r, rne (fremgangsmåde; afsluttende indlæg i en retssag), i sms. procedure , fx procedurefejl …

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  • 48 procedure —   Hana, hana ana, lawelawe ana.    ♦ Correct procedure, hana pono …

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  • 49 procedure — procesas statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. procedure; process vok. Prozeß, m; Verfahren, n; Verlauf, m; Vorgang, m rus. процесс, m pranc. procédé, m; processus, m ryšiai: sinonimas – vyksmas …

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  • 50 procedure — procesas statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Būsenos, įvykio ar reiškinio nuoseklus kitimas gamtoje, terpėje ar tam tikroje ekosistemoje. atitikmenys: angl. procedure; process vok. Prozeß, m; Verlauf, m; Vorgang, m rus. процесс …

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  • 51 procedure — procedūra statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis ↑Programavimo kalbos konstrukcija, aprašanti savarankiškus veiksmus. Pradiniai duomenys pateikiami kaip parametrai. Rezultatus atiduoda taip pat per parametrus. Iš programos kreipiamasi… …

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  • 52 procedure — Смотри Метод …

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  • 53 procédure — ● n. f. ►PROG fonction ne renvoyant pas de résultat …

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  • 54 Procedure — Sagførsel, rettergang …

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  • 55 procedure — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. process, method, tactics, proceeding, way, course; practice, conduct; policy, action, form. See plan. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Method] Syn. fashion, style, mode; see method 2 , system 2 . 2. [Plan] Syn …

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  • 56 Procedure — Pro|ce|dure 〈[prɔsi:dʒə(r)] n.; Gen.: , Pl.: s; EDV〉 Baustein eines Programms [Etym.: engl., »Prozedur«] …

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  • 57 procedure — процессуальные правила, подлежащие применению составом арбитража (arbitral tribunal). He следует смешивать с proceedings …

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  • 58 procedure — pro·ce·dure || prÉ™ sɪːdÊ’É™(r) n. routine, protocol; course of action; subroutine, sequence of instructions (Computers) …

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  • 59 procedure — n. 1. Conduct, practice, course, process, management, operation, manner of proceeding. 2. Act, transaction, deed, action, performance, proceeding, measure, step …

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  • 60 procedure — pro·ce·dure …

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