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  • 1 expediency

    Zweckmäßigkeit, die
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    noun die Tunlichkeit
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    [ɪkˈspi:diən(t)s, ek-]
    [ɪkˈspi:diən(t)si, ek-]
    n no pl
    1. (suitability) Zweckmäßigkeit f, Zweckdienlichkeit f; (advisability) Ratsamkeit f
    \expediency requires that we raise the fees aus Sachzwängen müssen wir die Gebühren anheben
    2. (pej: personal advantage) Eigennutz m pej, Berechnung f
    to act on the basis of \expediency aus Eigeninteresse handeln
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    [Ik'spiːdɪəns] [Ik'spiːdIənsɪ]
    1) (= self-interest) Zweckdenken nt, Berechnung f
    2) (of measure etc = politic nature) Zweckdienlichkeit f; (= advisability) Ratsamkeit f
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    expedience [ıkˈspiːdjəns; -dıəns], expediency [-sı] s
    1. Ratsamkeit f
    2. Zweckdienlichkeit f, Nützlichkeit f
    3. Eigennutz m, -nützigkeit f
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    Zweckmäßigkeit, die
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    Zweckmäßigkeit f.

    English-german dictionary

  • 2 expediency

    1) целесообразность
    2) своевременность

    - economic expediency
    - technological expediency
    - expediency of a project

    English-russian dctionary of contemporary Economics

  • 3 expediency

    целесообразность имя существительное:
    целесообразность (expediency, advisability, expedience, practicability)
    выгодность (utility, expediency, expedience)
    беспринципность (unscrupulousness, expediency, expedience, Machiavellianism)

    Англо-русский синонимический словарь

  • 4 expediency

    expediency [{{t}}ɪk'spi:djənsɪ] (pl expediencies), expedience [{{t}}ɪk'spi:djəns]
    (a) (advisability → of measure, policy etc) opportunité f;
    on grounds of expediency pour des raisons de convenance
    (b) (self-interest) opportunisme m;
    a measure that smacks of political expediency une mesure politique opportuniste

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  • 5 expediency

    noun conveniencia, oportunidad
    1 conveniencia, oportunidad nombre femenino
    conveniencia s.f.
    expedience -əns mass noun conveniencia f
    N conveniencia f , oportunidad f ; pej oportunismo m
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    expedience [-əns] mass noun conveniencia f

    English-spanish dictionary

  • 6 expediency

    ex·pedi·ence [ɪkʼspi:diən(t)s, ek-] n, ex·pedi·en·cy [ɪkʼspi:diən(t)si, ek-] n
    no pl
    1) (suitability) Zweckmäßigkeit f, Zweckdienlichkeit f; (advisability) Ratsamkeit f;
    \expediency requires that we raise the fees aus Sachzwängen müssen wir die Gebühren anheben;
    2) (pej: personal advantage) Eigennutz m (pej), Berechnung f;
    to act on the basis of \expediency aus Eigeninteresse handeln

    English-German students dictionary

  • 7 expediency

    expediency GEN Zweckdienlichkeit f (of measures) • on grounds of expediency GEN aus Zweckmäßigkeitsgründen

    Englisch-Deutsch Fachwörterbuch der Wirtschaft

  • 8 expediency

    1) (практи́ческая) вы́годность; целесообра́зность ж

    a matter of expediency — э́то вопро́с практи́ческой вы́годы

    2) беспринци́пность ж

    all his actions are governed by expediency — всё его поведе́ние беспринци́пно

    The Americanisms. English-Russian dictionary.

  • 9 expediency

    1. योग्यता
    He acted from expediency not principles.

    English-Hindi dictionary

  • 10 expediency

    1. целесъобразност, навременност
    2. (лична) изгода, полза
    3. опортюнизъм
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    {eks'pi:diъnsi} n 1. целесъобразност; навременност; 2. (ли
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    n целесъобразност;expediency; n 1. целесъобразност; навременност; 2. (лична) изгода, полза; 3.
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    1. (лична) изгода, полза 2. опортюнизъм 3. целесъобразност, навременност

    English-Bulgarian dictionary

  • 11 expediency

    n. doelmatigheid, hulpmiddel; eigenbelang
    [ ikspie:diənsie] , expedience [ -diəns]
    geschiktheidgepastheid, nut
    opportunismezelfzucht, eigenbelang

    English-Dutch dictionary

  • 12 expediency

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    noun convenienza, opportunità
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    English-Italian dictionary

  • 13 expediency

    doraźne cele pl

    for the sake of expediency — ze względów praktycznych

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    noun celowość

    English-Polish dictionary

  • 14 expediency

    1) целесообразность
    2) своевременность

    English-russian dctionary of diplomacy

  • 15 expediency

    expediency целесообразность

    Персональный Сократ

  • 16 expediency

    expediency n
    1 (appropriateness) opportunité f ;
    2 (self-interest) opportunisme m.

    Big English-French dictionary

  • 17 expediency

    /iks'pi:djəns/ Cách viết khác : (expediency) /iks'pi:djənsi/ * danh từ - tính có lợi, tính thiết thực; tính thích hợp - tính chất thủ đoạn; động cơ cá nhân - (như) expedient

    English-Vietnamese dictionary

  • 18 expediency

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  • 19 expediency

    expedience, -cy [ɪkˊspi:dɪəns, -sɪ] n
    целесообра́зность; вы́годность

    Англо-русский словарь Мюллера

  • 20 expediency


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