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English translation: RO of NRA [Regional Office(s) of the National Revenue Agency]

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Bulgarian term or phrase:ТД на НАП
English translation:RO of NRA [Regional Office(s) of the National Revenue Agency]
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14:46 Apr 5, 2008
Bulgarian to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general) / декларация
Bulgarian term or phrase: ТД на НАП
НАП разбрах, че е Национална Агенция по Приходите, но не знам какво е ТД
"регистриран при ТД на НАП"
На едно място пишеше, че ТД е офисът на НАП
Emilia Delibasheva
Local time: 12:54
RO of NRA [Regional Office(s) of the National Revenue Agency]
Explanation:
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... или Regional Directorate

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За справка: сайта на НАП:

http://www.nap.bg/?lang=en

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TD = Териториална дирекция

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По мое мнение думата "territorial", макар и да се използва на английски в смисъла, който някои български преводачи влагат (превеждайки, донякъде, буквално) следва да се употребява по-предпазливо, тъй като най-честата й употреба на английски е друга (ето всичките й значения според OED - най-богатия речник на английския език, съдържащ цялото му историческо развитие):

1. a. Of, belonging or relating to territory or land, or to the territory of any state, sovereign, or ruler.
1768 R. Wood Ess. Homer (1769) 22 Three other litigated cases with regard to territorial property and dominion. 1798 Washington Let. Writ. 1893 XIV. 20 An actual Invasion of our territorial rights. 1845 S. Austin Ranke's Hist. Ref. iii. iv. II. 135 Freeing themselves from the territorial jurisdiction of the temporal and spiritual princes. 1906 Daily News 28 May 9/1 The Jewish Territorial Organization, whose aim is to secure an autonomous home for the Jews in territory under the British flag.

b. Of or pertaining to landed property.
1773 Gentl. Mag. XLIII. 199 It will be more beneficial to the public and the East India Company, to let the territorial acquisitions remain in the possession of the Company for a limited time. 1800 Proc. Parl. in Asiat. Ann. Reg. 49/2 That the dead stock and territorial revenue of India were enlarged very much, he was ready to allow. 1844 H. H. Wilson Brit. India III. 492 A plan+for keeping the territorial and commercial accounts distinct in future. 1855 Delamer Kitch. Gard. (1861) 1 Territorial possessions are too highly prized in England for men lightly to yield even a fraction of such property at a fair value.

c. Possessed of land, owning or having an estate in land; landed.
1832 Sir F. Palgrave Rise Eng. Commw. I. i. 15 The territorial aristocracy. 1867 R. Congreve Ess. (1874) 173 The territorial and moneyed aristocracy+is being brought daily into more direct+opposition to the people which it has governed. 1884 Manch. Exam. 25 Mar. 5/1 The preservation of that ascendency which the territorial class now enjoys.

d. territorial water(s), territorial sea: the area of sea adjoining the shores of a state and under its jurisdiction (traditionally reckoned as three miles from low water mark, but recently extended by many states). Also territorial limits, the limits of such water. Cf. water n. 6d.
1841 J. Dodson in Ld. McNair Internat. Law Opinions (1956) I. x. 334 A free permission to Foreign Fishing Vessels so to use the Ports and Territorial waters of our Coasts, would seem likely to lead to constant evasions and violations of the stipulation which prohibits them from fishing within the Limits. 1870 Act 33 & 34 Vict. c. 90 §2 This Act shall extend to all the dominions of Her Majesty, including the adjacent territorial waters. 1875 Bedford Sailor's Pocket Bk. vi. (ed. 2) 231 ‘Territorial water’, in its essence means any water over which, or over the entrance to which, the Power possessing the coast can throw shot. Custom has given an arbitrary range of three miles. 1939 Daily Tel. 18 Dec. 1/1 Just beyond the three-mile limit of Uruguayan territorial waters, an unidentified British warship and an Argentine patrol boat had earlier been seen. 1955 Times 2 July 6/4 Passage is innocent as long as the vessel does not use the territorial sea for committing acts prejudicial to the security of the coastal State. 1962 Britannia Bk. of Year 207/2 Many states had declared, unilaterally, the right to exclusive fishing beyond the territorial limits claimed; e.g. Argentina, 3 mi. territorial limits (1869) and 10 mi. exclusive fisheries rights (1907); Thailand, 6 mi. (1958) and 12 mi. (1958). 1976 in R. Crossman Diaries II. 71 Since March 1964 pirate radio stations had been transmitting pop music and advertisements, usually from ships anchored outside territorial waters.

e. Zool. Of or pertaining to an area defended by an animal or a group of animals against others of the same species; also designating an animal or species that defends its territory in this way; territorial imperative, the need to claim and defend a territory.
1920 E. Howard Territory in Bird Life vi. 228 Do these battles+contribute towards the attainment of the end for which the whole territorial system has been evolved? 1940 Misc. Publ. Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan XLV (title) Territorial behavior and populations of some small mammals in southern Michigan. 1961 Science 10 Mar. 698/1 The well-defined pattern of year-around territorial behavior of the Uganda kob was discovered in March 1957. 1966 R. Ardrey (title) The territorial imperative. Ibid. iii. 101 That man is a territorial species has been the conclusion of many a scientist. 1968 K. Lorenz in Harper's Mag. May 74 The ‘territorial imperative’ does much to explain the causes of war, such as the Arab-Israeli dispute, which I consider almost purely territorial. 1971 Nature 4 June 295/2 A territorial bull establishes himself as supremely dominant within the confines of his territory. 1980 C. Aird Passing Strange iv. 47 If any one single instinct came to the fore in Superintendent Leeyes it was the territorial imperative. 1981 Oxf. Compan. Animal Behaviour 551/1 One benefit of territorial defence is food acquisition.

2. a. Of or pertaining to a particular territory, district, or locality; local.
1625 Bp. R. Montagu App. Cæsar i. 8 Each particular+Church, for speciall and particular and territoriall questions & quærees. 1772 Priestley Inst. Relig. (1782) II. 131 The gods+were local and territorial divinities. 1857 Toulmin Smith Parish 4 ‘The Parish’, whether as a mere territorial division or an active Institution, is not ecclesiastical either in origin or in purpose. 1868 Gladstone Juv. Mundi iv. (1869) 111 Phthie itself is+the only territorial name [etc.]+which we find in the Greece of Homer.

b. Sc. Law. Of jurisdiction: Extending over and restricted to a defined territory: see territory1 1c.
1765–8 Erskine Inst. Law Scot. i. ii. §11 Because this kind of jurisdiction was incident to, and followed the lands or territory to which it was annexed,+it got the name of territorial. 1838 W. Bell Dict. Law Scot. s.v., Territorial Jurisdiction was at one time universal; but, becoming formidable, was repeatedly discouraged by different acts,+and by 20 Geo. II. c. 43, all heritable jurisdictions+were abolished or annexed to the Crown, with the exception [etc.].

c. Sc. Of or pertaining to an ecclesiastical district, not a parish. territorial church, one organized to serve a particular district, esp. a poor and thickly populated one, without regard to the existing parish boundaries. So territorial minister. Now little used. (Introduced by Dr. Chalmers.)
1822 Chalmers Sp. Gen. Assembly 24 May, Notes 52 The assignation of a territorial district to each chapel. 1863 A. H. Charteris J. Robertson viii. 231 A territorial church furnishes the best of all means for leavening the people. 1863 W. G. Blaikie Better Days for Working People v. (1864) 119 They are the heart-breaks of the city missionary, the territorial minister and the district visitor. 1873 T. Cochrane Home Mission Work vi. (1885) 144 A humble labourer in the territorial field.

3. Of or belonging to one of the ‘territories’ of the United States or of Canada: see territory1 4.
1802 A. Gallatin Let. 13 Feb. in Deb. Congr. U.S. 30 Mar. (1851) 1101 If+it is+the interest of the United States to obtain some further security against an injurious sale, under the Territorial or State laws, of lands sold by them to individuals. 1812 Brackenridge Views Louisiana (1814) 99 The territorial governor [of Missouri] acts as well in the capacity of a general agent for the United States, as in that of civil magistrate. Ibid. 142 In 1805, it was erected into a territorial government+by the name of the Territory of Louisiana. 1888 Bryce Amer. Commw. I. i. xiii. 167 There are also eight Territorial delegates, one from each of the Territories+not yet formed into States. 1935 Chambers's Encycl. II. 703/1 Yukon has a ‘Gold Commissioner’ and an elected territorial council. 1953 R. Moon This is Saskatchewan 18 That day [sc. 18 Dec. 1901] the Territorial Grain Growers' Association was formed.

4. Mil. a. Territorial Regiments, the regiments of infantry of the line of the British Army, under the scheme of Army reorganization of 1881, by which each regiment is associated in name, depot, etc., with a particular county or locality.
1881 Queen's Regul. 1 Precedence of Corps.+ The Territorial Regiments. 1885 Whitaker's Alm. 158 Territorial Regiments of the Line.+ Arranged alphabetically by the titles directed to be used in official correspondence.

b. Territorial Army or Force, the British Army of Home Defence orig. instituted (on a territorial or local basis) in 1908. Territorial as n.: a member of the Territorial Army; esp. in pl. = Territorial Army. In other collocations: of or pertaining to the Territorial Army.
The Territorial and Army Volunteer Reserve was a civilian defence force created in 1967 by merging the Territorial Army and the Army Emergency Reserve and was itself renamed the Territorial Army in 1979.
1907 Outlook 30 Nov. 706/2 There is no evident reason why any old Volunteer should hesitate about joining the Territorial Army. Ibid., There is nothing to deter the ex-Volunteer from becoming a Territorial. 1908 Westm. Gaz. 23 Mar. 7/3 So soon as the Reserves of the Regular Army were called out, the Territorial Force, the second line, should be mobilised to go into war training. 1908 Daily Chron. 1 Apr. 7/4 Yesterday the existence of the Volunteers as such terminated, and to-day the Territorial Army comes into being. 1910 Kipling Diversity of Creatures (1917) 315 That was when we found the Territorial battalion undressin' in slow time. It lay on the left flank o' the Blue Army. 1914 G. B. Shaw Misalliance 65 Tarleton: Why not join the Territorials? The man: Because I shouldnt be let. 1938 W. S. Churchill Into Battle (1941) 31 Why+are the Guards drilling with flags instead of machine-guns? Why is it that our small Territorial Army is in such a rudimentary condition? 1940 Graves & Hodge Long Week-end xxvi. 441 Hore-Belisha+called in the Attorney-General, asking him to warn Sandys, who was a Territorial officer,+that he had rendered himself liable to a court martial+for being in possession of confidential data. 1940 J. F. Kennedy Why England Slept vii. 158 From this time on, it was also established that the Territorial Army, which corresponded somewhat to our National Guard, had ‘a claim on the same sources and standards of instruction as the Regular Army’. 1962 M. & M. Hardwick Sherlock Holmes Companion 231 He [sc. Conan Doyle] campaigned incessantly for the better training of Territorial reservists. 1970 Daily Tel. 14 Jan. 16 Trying to get a snappy recruiting message home to the public is a testing business for the TAVR Council now that they have been saddled with the ponderous legal name ‘Territorial Army Volunteer Reserve’. a1974 R. Crossman Diaries (1976) II. 664 The proposal to disband the Territorials would now naturally be discussed with the Territorial Association.

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Ако имаме поглед върху "живия" език, ще забележим, че най-често "territorial" се използва в изрази като "териториални претенции" и "територия на обитание" [за животно].
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RO of NRA [Regional Office(s) of the National Revenue Agency]


Explanation:
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... или Regional Directorate

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За справка: сайта на НАП:

http://www.nap.bg/?lang=en

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Note added at 7 mins (2008-04-05 14:54:26 GMT)
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TD = Териториална дирекция

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Note added at 4 hrs (2008-04-05 18:48:12 GMT) Post-grading
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По мое мнение думата "territorial", макар и да се използва на английски в смисъла, който някои български преводачи влагат (превеждайки, донякъде, буквално) следва да се употребява по-предпазливо, тъй като най-честата й употреба на английски е друга (ето всичките й значения според OED - най-богатия речник на английския език, съдържащ цялото му историческо развитие):

1. a. Of, belonging or relating to territory or land, or to the territory of any state, sovereign, or ruler.
1768 R. Wood Ess. Homer (1769) 22 Three other litigated cases with regard to territorial property and dominion. 1798 Washington Let. Writ. 1893 XIV. 20 An actual Invasion of our territorial rights. 1845 S. Austin Ranke's Hist. Ref. iii. iv. II. 135 Freeing themselves from the territorial jurisdiction of the temporal and spiritual princes. 1906 Daily News 28 May 9/1 The Jewish Territorial Organization, whose aim is to secure an autonomous home for the Jews in territory under the British flag.

b. Of or pertaining to landed property.
1773 Gentl. Mag. XLIII. 199 It will be more beneficial to the public and the East India Company, to let the territorial acquisitions remain in the possession of the Company for a limited time. 1800 Proc. Parl. in Asiat. Ann. Reg. 49/2 That the dead stock and territorial revenue of India were enlarged very much, he was ready to allow. 1844 H. H. Wilson Brit. India III. 492 A plan+for keeping the territorial and commercial accounts distinct in future. 1855 Delamer Kitch. Gard. (1861) 1 Territorial possessions are too highly prized in England for men lightly to yield even a fraction of such property at a fair value.

c. Possessed of land, owning or having an estate in land; landed.
1832 Sir F. Palgrave Rise Eng. Commw. I. i. 15 The territorial aristocracy. 1867 R. Congreve Ess. (1874) 173 The territorial and moneyed aristocracy+is being brought daily into more direct+opposition to the people which it has governed. 1884 Manch. Exam. 25 Mar. 5/1 The preservation of that ascendency which the territorial class now enjoys.

d. territorial water(s), territorial sea: the area of sea adjoining the shores of a state and under its jurisdiction (traditionally reckoned as three miles from low water mark, but recently extended by many states). Also territorial limits, the limits of such water. Cf. water n. 6d.
1841 J. Dodson in Ld. McNair Internat. Law Opinions (1956) I. x. 334 A free permission to Foreign Fishing Vessels so to use the Ports and Territorial waters of our Coasts, would seem likely to lead to constant evasions and violations of the stipulation which prohibits them from fishing within the Limits. 1870 Act 33 & 34 Vict. c. 90 §2 This Act shall extend to all the dominions of Her Majesty, including the adjacent territorial waters. 1875 Bedford Sailor's Pocket Bk. vi. (ed. 2) 231 ‘Territorial water’, in its essence means any water over which, or over the entrance to which, the Power possessing the coast can throw shot. Custom has given an arbitrary range of three miles. 1939 Daily Tel. 18 Dec. 1/1 Just beyond the three-mile limit of Uruguayan territorial waters, an unidentified British warship and an Argentine patrol boat had earlier been seen. 1955 Times 2 July 6/4 Passage is innocent as long as the vessel does not use the territorial sea for committing acts prejudicial to the security of the coastal State. 1962 Britannia Bk. of Year 207/2 Many states had declared, unilaterally, the right to exclusive fishing beyond the territorial limits claimed; e.g. Argentina, 3 mi. territorial limits (1869) and 10 mi. exclusive fisheries rights (1907); Thailand, 6 mi. (1958) and 12 mi. (1958). 1976 in R. Crossman Diaries II. 71 Since March 1964 pirate radio stations had been transmitting pop music and advertisements, usually from ships anchored outside territorial waters.

e. Zool. Of or pertaining to an area defended by an animal or a group of animals against others of the same species; also designating an animal or species that defends its territory in this way; territorial imperative, the need to claim and defend a territory.
1920 E. Howard Territory in Bird Life vi. 228 Do these battles+contribute towards the attainment of the end for which the whole territorial system has been evolved? 1940 Misc. Publ. Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan XLV (title) Territorial behavior and populations of some small mammals in southern Michigan. 1961 Science 10 Mar. 698/1 The well-defined pattern of year-around territorial behavior of the Uganda kob was discovered in March 1957. 1966 R. Ardrey (title) The territorial imperative. Ibid. iii. 101 That man is a territorial species has been the conclusion of many a scientist. 1968 K. Lorenz in Harper's Mag. May 74 The ‘territorial imperative’ does much to explain the causes of war, such as the Arab-Israeli dispute, which I consider almost purely territorial. 1971 Nature 4 June 295/2 A territorial bull establishes himself as supremely dominant within the confines of his territory. 1980 C. Aird Passing Strange iv. 47 If any one single instinct came to the fore in Superintendent Leeyes it was the territorial imperative. 1981 Oxf. Compan. Animal Behaviour 551/1 One benefit of territorial defence is food acquisition.

2. a. Of or pertaining to a particular territory, district, or locality; local.
1625 Bp. R. Montagu App. Cæsar i. 8 Each particular+Church, for speciall and particular and territoriall questions & quærees. 1772 Priestley Inst. Relig. (1782) II. 131 The gods+were local and territorial divinities. 1857 Toulmin Smith Parish 4 ‘The Parish’, whether as a mere territorial division or an active Institution, is not ecclesiastical either in origin or in purpose. 1868 Gladstone Juv. Mundi iv. (1869) 111 Phthie itself is+the only territorial name [etc.]+which we find in the Greece of Homer.

b. Sc. Law. Of jurisdiction: Extending over and restricted to a defined territory: see territory1 1c.
1765–8 Erskine Inst. Law Scot. i. ii. §11 Because this kind of jurisdiction was incident to, and followed the lands or territory to which it was annexed,+it got the name of territorial. 1838 W. Bell Dict. Law Scot. s.v., Territorial Jurisdiction was at one time universal; but, becoming formidable, was repeatedly discouraged by different acts,+and by 20 Geo. II. c. 43, all heritable jurisdictions+were abolished or annexed to the Crown, with the exception [etc.].

c. Sc. Of or pertaining to an ecclesiastical district, not a parish. territorial church, one organized to serve a particular district, esp. a poor and thickly populated one, without regard to the existing parish boundaries. So territorial minister. Now little used. (Introduced by Dr. Chalmers.)
1822 Chalmers Sp. Gen. Assembly 24 May, Notes 52 The assignation of a territorial district to each chapel. 1863 A. H. Charteris J. Robertson viii. 231 A territorial church furnishes the best of all means for leavening the people. 1863 W. G. Blaikie Better Days for Working People v. (1864) 119 They are the heart-breaks of the city missionary, the territorial minister and the district visitor. 1873 T. Cochrane Home Mission Work vi. (1885) 144 A humble labourer in the territorial field.

3. Of or belonging to one of the ‘territories’ of the United States or of Canada: see territory1 4.
1802 A. Gallatin Let. 13 Feb. in Deb. Congr. U.S. 30 Mar. (1851) 1101 If+it is+the interest of the United States to obtain some further security against an injurious sale, under the Territorial or State laws, of lands sold by them to individuals. 1812 Brackenridge Views Louisiana (1814) 99 The territorial governor [of Missouri] acts as well in the capacity of a general agent for the United States, as in that of civil magistrate. Ibid. 142 In 1805, it was erected into a territorial government+by the name of the Territory of Louisiana. 1888 Bryce Amer. Commw. I. i. xiii. 167 There are also eight Territorial delegates, one from each of the Territories+not yet formed into States. 1935 Chambers's Encycl. II. 703/1 Yukon has a ‘Gold Commissioner’ and an elected territorial council. 1953 R. Moon This is Saskatchewan 18 That day [sc. 18 Dec. 1901] the Territorial Grain Growers' Association was formed.

4. Mil. a. Territorial Regiments, the regiments of infantry of the line of the British Army, under the scheme of Army reorganization of 1881, by which each regiment is associated in name, depot, etc., with a particular county or locality.
1881 Queen's Regul. 1 Precedence of Corps.+ The Territorial Regiments. 1885 Whitaker's Alm. 158 Territorial Regiments of the Line.+ Arranged alphabetically by the titles directed to be used in official correspondence.

b. Territorial Army or Force, the British Army of Home Defence orig. instituted (on a territorial or local basis) in 1908. Territorial as n.: a member of the Territorial Army; esp. in pl. = Territorial Army. In other collocations: of or pertaining to the Territorial Army.
The Territorial and Army Volunteer Reserve was a civilian defence force created in 1967 by merging the Territorial Army and the Army Emergency Reserve and was itself renamed the Territorial Army in 1979.
1907 Outlook 30 Nov. 706/2 There is no evident reason why any old Volunteer should hesitate about joining the Territorial Army. Ibid., There is nothing to deter the ex-Volunteer from becoming a Territorial. 1908 Westm. Gaz. 23 Mar. 7/3 So soon as the Reserves of the Regular Army were called out, the Territorial Force, the second line, should be mobilised to go into war training. 1908 Daily Chron. 1 Apr. 7/4 Yesterday the existence of the Volunteers as such terminated, and to-day the Territorial Army comes into being. 1910 Kipling Diversity of Creatures (1917) 315 That was when we found the Territorial battalion undressin' in slow time. It lay on the left flank o' the Blue Army. 1914 G. B. Shaw Misalliance 65 Tarleton: Why not join the Territorials? The man: Because I shouldnt be let. 1938 W. S. Churchill Into Battle (1941) 31 Why+are the Guards drilling with flags instead of machine-guns? Why is it that our small Territorial Army is in such a rudimentary condition? 1940 Graves & Hodge Long Week-end xxvi. 441 Hore-Belisha+called in the Attorney-General, asking him to warn Sandys, who was a Territorial officer,+that he had rendered himself liable to a court martial+for being in possession of confidential data. 1940 J. F. Kennedy Why England Slept vii. 158 From this time on, it was also established that the Territorial Army, which corresponded somewhat to our National Guard, had ‘a claim on the same sources and standards of instruction as the Regular Army’. 1962 M. & M. Hardwick Sherlock Holmes Companion 231 He [sc. Conan Doyle] campaigned incessantly for the better training of Territorial reservists. 1970 Daily Tel. 14 Jan. 16 Trying to get a snappy recruiting message home to the public is a testing business for the TAVR Council now that they have been saddled with the ponderous legal name ‘Territorial Army Volunteer Reserve’. a1974 R. Crossman Diaries (1976) II. 664 The proposal to disband the Territorials would now naturally be discussed with the Territorial Association.

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Ако имаме поглед върху "живия" език, ще забележим, че най-често "territorial" се използва в изрази като "териториални претенции" и "територия на обитание" [за животно].

Pavel Tsvetkov
Bulgaria
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Asker: Но какво точно значи ТД на български?


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neutral  klyunchev: Може ли да дадете линк за regional... от сайта на НАП, че не го откривам? От приведеното се вижда, че territorial е частичен синоним на local.
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  -> National Revenue Agency е от сайта на НАП. Regional Office/Directorate е мое мнение.
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