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.eu (TLD) [DECL 2013-C134-06]   .eu (TLD) .eu TLD(top level domain) 1. Background
Regulation (EC) No 733/2002 of the European Parliament and of the Council on the implementation of the .eu top level domain was adopted on 22 April 2002. It was published and entered into force on 30 April 2002 ( 1 ). This Regulation provides for the designation by the European Commission of a top level domain (TLD) Registry which will be entrusted with the organisation, administration and management of the ".eu" TLD. ・・・
DECL 2013-C134-06
.eu (TLD) [REG 2009-0560A(2009-06-30)]   .eu (TLD) .eu Top Level Domain and the principles governing registration [ANNEX]
1. List of names per country and the countries that can register them: 【国別記述】
AUSTRIA
1. österreich
2. oesterreich
3. republik-österreich
  ・・・・
UNITED KINGDOM
1. unitedkingdom
2. united-kingdom
3. united_kingdom
4. greatbritain
5. great-britain
6. great_britain
7. britain
8. cymru
9. england
10. northernireland
11. northern-ireland
12. northern_ireland
13. scotland
14. wales
2. List of names per country and the countries that can reserve them 【国別記述】
CROATIA 【略】
ICELAND 【略】
LIECHTENSTEIN 【略】
NORWAY 【略】
TURKEY 【略】
REG 2009-0560(2009-06-30)
@FoodLoopApp [2014-IP-0909]   @FoodLoopApp @FoodLoopApp Nothing to cook for dinner? While rushing to the supermarket, you will soon be able to consult the FoodLoop app and find the best offers close to you. This system – made possible thanks to an EU-funded toolbox – informs you if a product is reduced in price because the "best before" date is coming up. You save money but also help reduce waste. Food close to expiry date is often thrown away by retailers, and as a result, 90 million tons of edible food ends up in the trash in the EU every year. Now these products can be tagged with new "special offer" barcodes and FoodLoop’s users will be informed in real-time. FoodLoop will be launched soon in two bio supermarkets and a bakery around Bonn, Germany.
With the @FoodLoopApp, you search for a product of your choice to find the latest offers. The app includes a notification service for your phone: you can create your personal shopping list, containing those favourite products you regularly buy such as yogurts or bananas, and specify whether you want to be kept informed about special offers near you. If the price of your product is reduced, you receive an immediate notification. Depending on the product and number of days remaining, different discounts are applied.
2014-IP-0909
▼ [2013-IP-0199]   ▼ Symbol to identify medicines undergoing additional monitoring New symbol [▼] to identify medicines undergoing additional monitoring New symbol [▼] to identify medicines undergoing additional monitoring
 An inverted triangle will shortly appear on the inside leaflet of certain medicinal products on the EU market, following a legal act adopted by the European Commission today.
 The symbol will allow patients and health care professionals to easily identify medicinal products that are undergoing additional monitoring, and its accompanying text will encourage them to report unexpected adverse reactions through national reporting systems
2013-IP-0199
▼ (medicinal product) [2013-MEMO-0172]   ▼ black symbol (medicinal product) New black symbol [▼] for medicinal products What is the black symbol? [▼]
The black symbol is an inverted equilateral black triangle to be included in product information for certain categories of medicinal products. The symbol identifies, to patients and healthcare professionals, medicinal products that are subject to additional monitoring after authorisation, i.e. medicines for which enhanced data collection is needed to ensure that any new safety hazards are identified as quickly as possible so that appropriate action can be initiated immediately.
The black symbol will be accompanied by wording to encourage healthcare professionals and patients to report suspected adverse reactions (side effects) to these medicinal products.
・On which medicines will the black symbol be used?
 The black symbol will be used to identify the following categories of medicinal products:
 ・All products with a new active substance authorised after 1 January 2011;
 ・biological medicinal products, such as vaccines or plasma derived products authorised after 1 January 2011; and
 ・products for which certain additional information is required post-authorisation, or for which authorisation is subject to conditions or restrictions regarding their safe and effective use.
・Are medicines that require a black symbol dangerous?
 No. All centrally authorised medicinal products on the EU market have undergone rigorous tests to demonstrate their quality, safety and efficacy and to prove that their benefits outweigh their risks. Although authorised medicinal products have been extensively tested, it is important to continue to monitor their use once on the market, and look out for adverse reactions that are not listed in the product information
2013-MEMO-0172
0-star compartment [REG 2009-0643]   0-star compartment ecodesign requirements for household refrigerating appliances 【For the purpose of Annexes II to VI,】
(m) (v) "0-star compartment": a frozen-food storage compartment in which the temperature is <0℃ and which can also be used for the freezing and storage of ice but is not intended for the storage of highly perishable foodstuffs;
REG 2009-0643
1 800 MHz band [Decision 2009-0766]   1 800 MHz band harmonisation of the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz frequency bands for terrestrial systems capable of providing pan-European electronic communications services [Article 2]
(c) the "1 800 MHz band" means the 1 710-1 785 MHz and 1 805-1 880 MHz bands.
Decision 2009-0766
1,1,1-trichloroethane [REG 2000-2037]   1,1,1-trichloroethane substances that deplete the ozone layer [Article 2] Definitions
— "1,1,1-trichloroethane" means the controlled substance specified in Group V of Annex I,
REG 2000-2037
10d window [REG 2014-0260C29]   10-d window REACH test methods [ANNEX] The Annex to Regulation (EC) No 440/2008 is amended as follows:
(10) Chapters C.27, C.28, C.29 and C.30 are added:
C.29. READY BIODEGRADABILITY — CO 2 IN SEALED VESSELS (HEADSPACE TEST)
Appendix 1 : ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS
10-d window: The 10 days immediately following the attainment of 10 % biodegradation.
REG 2014-0260
112 based eCall in vehicle system [Posit 2015-0004]   112-based eCall in-vehicle system type-approval requirements for the deployment of the eCall in-vehicle system based on the 112 service [Article 3] Definitions
(1) "112-based eCall in-vehicle system" means an emergency system, comprising in-vehicle equipment and the means to trigger, manage and enact the eCall transmission, that is activated either automatically via in-vehicle sensors or manually, which carries, by means of public mobile wireless communications networks, a minimum set of data and establishes a 112-based audio channel between the occupants of the vehicle and an eCall PSAP;
Posit 2015-0004
112 based eCall in vehicle system [REG 2015-0758]   112-based eCall in-vehicle system type-approval requirements for the deployment of the eCall in-vehicle system based on the 112 service [Article 3] Definitions
(1) "112-based eCall in-vehicle system" means an emergency system, comprising in-vehicle equipment and the means to trigger, manage and enact the eCall transmission, that is activated either automatically via in-vehicle sensors or manually, which carries, by means of public mobile wireless communications networks, a minimum set of data and establishes a 112-based audio channel between the occupants of the vehicle and an eCall PSAP;
REG 2015-0758
112 eCall [2013-MEMO-0547]   112 eCall 112 eCall ・What is 112 eCall?
 The 112 eCall automatically dials Europe's single emergency number 112 in the event of a serious accident and communicates the vehicle's location to the emergency services. This call to 112, made either automatically by means of the activation of in-vehicle sensors or manually, carries a standardised set of data (containing notably the type and the location of the vehicle) and establishes an audio channel between the vehicle and the most appropriate emergency call centre (aka Public Safety Answering Points - PSAPs) via public mobile networks.
2013-MEMO-0547
116 [Decision 2009-0884A]   116
numbers reserved for harmonised services of social value
additional reserved numbers beginning with "116" [ANNEX] List of numbers reserved for harmonised services of social value [表]
116 000 : Hotline for missing children [詳細記述有り、以下同様]
116 006 : Helpline for victims of crime
116 111 : Child helplines
116 117 : Non-emergency medical on-call service
116 123 : Emotional support helplines
Decision 2009-0884
116 000 [Decision 2009-0884A]   116 000
Hotline for missing children
additional reserved numbers beginning with "116" [ANNEX] List of numbers reserved for harmonised services of social value [表]
116 000
Name of service: Hotline for missing children
Description: The service (a) takes calls reporting missing children and passes them on to the Police; (b) offers guidance to and supports the persons responsible for the missing child; (c) supports the investigation.
Service continuously available (i.e. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, nation-wide).
Decision 2009-0884
116 006 [Decision 2009-0884A]   116 006
Helpline for victims of crime
additional reserved numbers beginning with "116" [ANNEX] List of numbers reserved for harmonised services of social value [表]
116 006
Name of the service: Helpline for victims of crime Description: The service enables victims of crime to get emotional support in such circumstances, to be informed about their rights and about ways to claim their rights, and to be referred to the relevant organisations. In particular, it provides information about (a) local police and criminal justice proceedings; (b) possibilities of compensation and insurance matters. It also provides support in finding other sources of help relevant to the victims of crime.
Where the service is not continuously available (i.e. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, nation-wide), the service provider must ensure that information about availability is made publicly available in an easily accessible form, and that, during periods of unavailability, callers to the service are advised when the service will next become available
Decision 2009-0884
116 111 [Decision 2009-0884A]   116 111
Child helplines
additional reserved numbers beginning with "116" [ANNEX] List of numbers reserved for harmonised services of social value [表]
116 111
Name of the service: Child helplines
Description: The service helps children in need of care and protection and links them to services and resources; it provides children with an opportunity to express their concerns, talk about issues directly affecting them and contact someone in an emergency situation
Where the service is not continuously available (i.e. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, nation-wide), the service provider must ensure that information about availability is made publicly available in an easily accessible form, and that, during periods of unavailability, callers to the service are advised when the service will next become available.
Decision 2009-0884
116 117 [Decision 2009-0884A]   116 117
Non-emergency medical on-call service
additional reserved numbers beginning with "116" [ANNEX] List of numbers reserved for harmonised services of social value [表]
116 117
Name of the service: Non-emergency medical on-call service
Description: The service directs callers to the medical assistance appropriate to their needs, which are urgent but non-life-threatening, especially, but not exclusively, outside normal office hours, over the weekend and on public holidays. It connects the caller to a skilled and supported call-handler, or connects the caller directly to a qualified medical practitioner or clinician.
Where the service is not continuously available (i.e. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, nation-wide), the service provider must ensure that information about availability is made publicly available in an easily accessible form, and that, during periods of unavailability, callers to the service are advised when the service will next become available.
Decision 2009-0884
116 123 [Decision 2009-0884A]   116 123
Emotional support helplines
additional reserved numbers beginning with "116" [ANNEX] List of numbers reserved for harmonised services of social value [表]
116 123
Name of the service: Emotional support helplines
Description: The service enables the caller to benefit from a genuine human relationship based on non-judgmental listening. It offers emotional support to callers suffering from loneliness, in a state of psychological crisis, or contemplating suicide.
Where the service is not continuously available (i.e. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, nation-wide), the service provider must ensure that information about availability is made publicly available in an easily accessible form, and that, during periods of unavailability, callers to the service are advised when the service will next become available.
Decision 2009-0884
1800 MHz band [Decision 2010-0165]   the 1 800 MHz band [PPE指令 整合規格リスト修正] [Article 2]
3. "the 1 800 MHz band" means the 1 710-1 785 MHz band for uplink (terminal transmit, base station receive) and 1 805-1 880 MHz band for downlink (base station transmit, terminal receive);
Decision 2010-0165
1974 Solas Convention [Directive 1999-0035(2009-06-17)]   1974 Solas Convention system of mandatory surveys for the safe operation of regular ro-ro ferry and high-speed passenger craft services [Article 2] Definitions
(d) "1974 Solas Convention" shall mean the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, together with Protocols and amendments thereto, in its up-to-date version;
Directive 1999-0035(2009-06-17)
1974 SOLAS Convention [Directive 2001-0096(2008-12-11)]   1974 SOLAS Convention harmonised requirements and procedures for the safe loading and unloading of bulk carriers [Article 3] Definitions
2. "1974 SOLAS Convention" shall mean the International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, together with the Protocols and amendments thereto, in its up-to-date version;
Directive 2001-0096(2008-12-11)
1982 Convention [Convention (Decision 2012-0130)]   1982 Convention Convention on the Conservation and Management of High Seas Fishery Resources in the South Pacific Ocean [Article 1] Definitions
1. a) "1982 Convention" means the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982;
Convention (Decision 2012-0130)
1982 Convention [Decision 2010-0717A]   1982 Convention Convention on Future Multilateral Cooperation in the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries AMENDMENT TO THE CONVENTION ON FUTURE MULTILATERAL COOPERATION IN THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC FISHERIES [Article 3] Articles I to XXI shall be deleted and replaced
[Article I] Use of terms
(a) "1982 Convention" means the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982;
Decision 2010-0717
1992 (Generation) [2012-IP-0358]   Generation 1992 Generation 1992 - Having grown up in a world where the free movement of people, goods, services and capital between the 27 countries of the European Union has always been a fact of life, young adults born in 1992 are in a unique position of being able to offer a fresh perspective on the European single market.
 For this reason, the European Commission is targeting this "Generation 1992" with a creativity competition aimed at tapping into the views, experiences, insights and expectations of what the single market means to young Europeans today.
 The competition, which is being launched today, is open to all European citizens born between 1 January and 31 December 1992.
 Entrants can submit an original essay, video, photograph, cartoon or smart phone application and can chose to focus on one of four categories: education and citizenship; jobs and entrepreneurship; culture and leisure and consumers and environment.
・Generation 1992 Website: www.generation1992.eu
・20th anniversary website: http://ec.europa.eu/internal_market/20years/
2012-IP-0358
1994 Agreement [Decision 2011-0731w]   1994 Agreement (International Tropical Timber Agreement of 1994) International Tropical Timber Agreement Whereas:
(2) The 2006 Agreement was negotiated to replace the International Tropical Timber Agreement of 1994 ("the 1994 Agreement") as extended, which will remain in force until the entry into force of the 2006 Agreement.
Decision 2011-0731
1995 Agreement [Convention (Decision 2012-0130)]   1995 Agreement Convention on the Conservation and Management of High Seas Fishery Resources in the South Pacific Ocean [Article 1] Definitions
1. b) "1995 Agreement" means the Agreement for the Implementation of the Provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 relating to the Conservation and Management of Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks of 4 December 1995;
Convention (Decision 2012-0130)
1995 Agreement [Decision 2010-0717A]   1995 Agreement Convention on Future Multilateral Cooperation in the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries AMENDMENT TO THE CONVENTION ON FUTURE MULTILATERAL COOPERATION IN THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC FISHERIES [Article 3] Articles I to XXI shall be deleted and replaced
[Article I] Use of terms
(b) "1995 Agreement" means the Agreement for the Implementation of the Provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 relating to the Conservation and Management of Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks of 4 August 1995;
Decision 2010-0717
1996 Convention [Directive 2009-0020}   1996 Convention insurance of shipowners for maritime claims [Article 3 Definitions]
(c) "1996 Convention" means the consolidated text of the 1976 Convention on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims, adopted by the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), as amended by the 1996 Protocol
Directive 2009-0020
1-star compartment [REG 2009-0643]   one-star compartment ecodesign requirements for household refrigerating appliances 【For the purpose of Annexes II to VI,】
(m) (i) "one-star compartment": a frozen-food storage compartment in which the temperature is not warmer than - 6 ℃;
REG 2009-0643
2005-07 period [REG 2008-0994]   2005-07 period standardised and secured system of registries [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "2005-07 period" means the period from 1 January 2005 to 31 December 2007 as referred to in Article 11(1) of Directive 2003/87/EC;
REG 2008-0994
2005-2007 period [REG 2004-2216]   2005-2007 period standardised and secured system of registries [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "2005-2007 period" means the period from 1 January 2005 to 31 December 2007 as referred to in Article 11(1) of Directive 2003/87/EC;
REG 2004-2216
2006 International Tropical Timber Agreement [Decision 2007-0648]   International Tropical Timber Agreement, 2006 International Tropical Timber Agreement [Article 1] Objectives
The objectives of the (hereinafter referred to as "this Agreement") are to promote the expansion and diversification of international trade in tropical timber from sustainable managed and legally harvested forests and to promote the sustainable management of tropical timber producing forests by: 【略】
Decision 2007-0648
2007 Hague Convention Contracting State [REG 2009-0004]   2007 Hague Convention Contracting State jurisdiction, applicable law, recognition and enforcement of decisions and cooperation in matters relating to maintenance obligations [Article 2] Definitions
1. 8. the term "2007 Hague Convention Contracting State" shall mean a State which is a contracting party to the Hague Convention of 23 November 2007 on the International Recovery of Child Support and other Forms of Family Maintenance (hereinafter referred to as the 2007 Hague Convention) to the extent that the said Convention applies between the Community and that State;
REG 2009-0004
2008-12 period and subsequent periods [REG 2008-0994]   "2008-12 period" and "subsequent periods" standardised and secured system of registries [Article 2] Definitions
(b) "2008-12 period" and "subsequent periods" mean the period from 1 January 2008 to 31 December 2012 and consecutive periods as referred to in Article 11(2) of Directive 2003/87/EC, respectively;
REG 2008-0994
2008-2012 period and subsequent five-year periods [REG 2004-2216]   2008-2012 period and subsequent five-year periods standardised and secured system of registries [Article 2] Definitions
(b) "2008-2012 period and subsequent five-year periods" means the period from 1 January 2008 to 31 December 2012 plus consecutive five-year periods as referred to in Article 11(2) of Directive 2003/87/EC;
REG 2004-2216
21st century (Competitive Automotive Regulatory System for the) [Decision 2010-C280-08w]   CARS 21 process (Competitive Automotive Regulatory System for the 21st century) CARS 21 High Level Group on the Competitiveness and Sustainable Growth of the Automotive Industry Whereas
(2) As part of the Commission's industrial policy, the CARS 21 process ("Competitive Automotive Regulatory System for the 21st century"), which was originally launched in 2005, made recommendations for the short-, medium and long-term public policy in the regulatory framework for the European Union automotive industry that enhances global competitiveness and employment while sustaining further progress in safety and environmental performance at a price affordable to the consumer.
Decision 2010-C280-08
24 GHz range radio spectrum band [Decision 2005-0050]   24 GHz range radio spectrum band 24 GHz range radio spectrum band for the time-limited use by automotive short-range radar equipment [Article 2]
1. "24 GHz range radio spectrum band" means the 24,15 +/– 2,50 GHz frequency band;
Decision 2005-0050
2BSvs [Decision 2011-0437w]   2BSvs (Biomass Biofuels Sustainability voluntary scheme) Biomass Biofuels Sustainability voluntary scheme Whereas:
(7) The "Biomass Biofuels Sustainability voluntary scheme" (hereinafter "2BSvs") scheme was submitted on 11 May 2011 to the Commission with the request for recognition. The scheme covers a wide range of products and applies to all geographic locations. The recognised scheme will be made available at the transparency platform established under Directive 2009/28/EC
Decision 2011-0437
2D instrument approach operation [REG 2016-0539A]   Two-dimensional (2D) instrument approach operation pilot training, testing and periodic checking for performance-based navigation [ANNEX] Annexes I and VII to Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 are amended as follows:
(1) Annex I is amended as follows: (a) the following definitions are inserted in FCL.010:
"Two-dimensional (2D) instrument approach operation" means an instrument approach operation using lateral navigation guidance only.
REG 2016-0539
2nd generation Schengen Information System [REG 2006-1987]   second generation Schengen Information System (SIS II) SIS II (second generation Schengen Information System) [Article 1] Establishment and general purpose of SIS II
1. A second generation Schengen Information System ("SIS II") is hereby established.
2. The purpose of SIS II shall be, in accordance with this Regulation, to ensure a high level of security within the area of freedom, security and justice of the European Union, including the maintenance of public security and public policy and the safeguarding of security in the territories of the Member States, and to apply the provisions of Title IV of Part Three of the Treaty relating to the movement of persons in their territories, using information communicated via this system.
REG 2006-1987
2-star compartment [REG 2009-0643]   two-star compartment ecodesign requirements for household refrigerating appliances 【For the purpose of Annexes II to VI,】
(m) (ii) "two-star compartment": a frozen-food storage compartment in which the temperature is not warmer than - 12 ℃;
REG 2009-0643
2-star section [REG 2009-0643]   two-star section ecodesign requirements for household refrigerating appliances 【For the purpose of Annexes II to VI,】
(q) "two-star section" means part of a food-freezer, a food-freezer compartment, a three-star compartment or a three-star frozen-food storage cabinet which does not have its own individual access door or lid and in which the temperature is not warmer than . 12℃;
REG 2009-0643
30 minute power (maximum) [REG 2014-0136]   maximum 30 minutes power emissions from light passenger and commercial vehicles (Euro 5 and Euro 6) [Article 2] Amendments to Regulation (EC) No 692/2008
Regulation (EC) No 692/2008 is amended as follows:
(1) In Article 2, the following points 37, 38, 39 and 40 are added:
39. "maximum 30 minutes power" means the maximum net power of an electric drive train at DC voltage as set out in paragraph 5.3.2. of UNECE Regulation No 85 ( 1 );
REG 2014-0136
360 day count convention (actual) [Guide 2015-0510]   actual/360 day-count convention implementation of the Eurosystem monetary policy framework (General Documentation Guideline) [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "actual/360 day-count convention" means the convention applied in Eurosystem monetary policy operations which determines the actual number of calendar days included in the calculation of interest by using a 360-day year as the basis;
Guide 2015-0510
3D instrument approach operation [REG 2016-0539A]   Three-dimensional (3D) instrument approach operation pilot training, testing and periodic checking for performance-based navigation [ANNEX] Annexes I and VII to Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 are amended as follows:
(1) Annex I is amended as follows: (a) the following definitions are inserted in FCL.010:
"Three-dimensional (3D) instrument approach operation" means an instrument approach operation using both lateral and vertical navigation guidance.
REG 2016-0539
3D printed robot [2014-IP-1211]   Poppy (3D-printed robot) Poppy (3D-printed robot)  Meet Poppy, the first completely open-source, 3D printed, humanoid robot (@poppy_project). Poppy is a robot that anybody can build and program. That means it's not just a tool for scientists and engineers: the team of developers aims to make it part of vocational training in schools, giving students the opportunity to experiment.
 Poppy was developed in France by Inria's Flowers team, which creates computer and robotic models as tools for understanding developmental processes in humans. Dr Pierre-Yves Oudeyer, who holds an ERC Starting Grant in Computer Science and Informatics, explains:
"Very little has been done to explore the benefits of 3D printing and its interaction with computer science in classrooms. With our Poppy platform, we are now offering schools and teachers a way to cultivate the creativity of students studying in areas such as mechanics, computer science, electronics and 3D printing".
・Build your own robot
 Poppy's body is 3D printed and its behaviour controlled by freely available software, meaning users can design body parts quickly and easily, and program their robot's behaviour themselves. Dr Oudeyer clarifies:
"Both hardware and software are open source. There is not one single Poppy humanoid robot but as many as there are users. This makes it very attractive as it has grown from a purely technological tool to a real social platform".
・Do It Yourself in schools
・Games across frontiers
関連 : http://www.poppy-project.org/
2014-IP-1211
3D reference grid [Directive 1978-0317]   Three-dimensional reference grid defrosting and demisting systems of glazed surfaces of motor vehicles 2. DEFINITIONS
2.3. Three-dimensional reference grid
"Three-dimensional reference grid" means a reference system which consists of a vertical longitudinal plane X-Z, a horizontal plane X-Y and a vertical transverse plane Y-Z (see figure 2 of Annex III).The grid is used to determine the dimensional relationships between the position of design points on drawings and their position on the actual vehicle. The procedure for situating the vehicle relative to the grid is specified in Annex III; all coordinates referred to ground zero shall be based on a vehicle in running order (as defined in 2.6 of Annex I to Directive 70/156/EEC plus one front-seat passenger, the mass of the passenger being 75 kg ± 1 %.
2.3.1. Vehicles fitted with suspension enabling their ground clearance to be adjusted shall be tested under the normal conditions of use specified by the vehicle manufacturer.
Directive 1978-0317
3D reference grid [Directive 1978-0318A1]   Three-dimensional reference grid wiper and washer systems of motor vehicles [ANNEX I]
2. DEFINITIONS
2.2. Three-dimensional reference grid
"Three-dimensional reference grid" means a reference system which consists of a vertical longitudinal plane X-Z, a horizontal plane X-Y and a vertical transverse plane Y-Z (see figure 2 of Annex III). The grid is used to determine the dimensional relationships between the positions of design points on drawings and their position on the actual vehicle.
The procedure for situating the vehicle relative to the grid is specified in Annex III; all coordinates referred to ground zero shall be based on a vehicle in running order (as defined in 2.6 of Annex I to Directive 70/156/EEC) plus one front-seat passenger, the mass of the passenger being 75 kg ± 1%.
2.2.1. Vehicles fitted with suspension enabling their ground clearance to be adjusted shall be tested under the normal conditions of use specified by the manufacturer.
Directive 1978-0318
3D reference system [REG 2010-0672]   three-dimensional reference system windscreen defrosting and demisting systems of certain motor vehicles [Article 2] Definitions
12. "three-dimensional reference system" means a reference grid which consists of a vertical longitudinal plane X-Z, a horizontal plane X-Y and a vertical transverse plane Y-Z in accordance with the provisions of Appendix 2 of Annex II;
REG 2010-0672
3D reference system [REG 2010-1008]   three-dimensional reference system windscreen wiper and washer systems of certain motor vehicles [Article 2] Definitions
(17) "three-dimensional reference system" means a reference grid which consists of a vertical longitudinal plane X-Z, a horizontal plane X-Y and a vertical transverse plane Y-Z in accordance with the provisions of Appendix 2 of Annex III to this Regulation;
REG 2010-1008
3-star compartment [REG 2009-0643]   three-star compartment ecodesign requirements for household refrigerating appliances 【For the purpose of Annexes II to VI,】
(m) (iii) "three-star compartment": a frozen-food storage compartment in which the temperature is not warmer than - 18 ℃;
REG 2009-0643
4CB [Decision 2015-0929A2]   4CBs TARGET2-ECB [ANNEX] The Annex to Decision ECB/2007/7 is amended as follows:
14. the following Annex II is added: ANNEX II : TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE OPENING AND OPERATION OF A DEDICATED CASH ACCOUNT IN TARGET2-ECB Article 1 : Definitions
"4CBs" means the Deutsche Bundesbank, the Banque de France, the Banca d'Italia and Banco de España in their capacity as the CBs building and operating the T2S Platform for the Eurosystem's benefit,
Decision 2015-0929
4CB [Guide 2015-0930A2A]   4CBs TARGET2 [Article 1] Amendment of Guideline ECB/2012/27 Guideline ECB/2012/27 is amended as follows:
31. the following Annex IIa is inserted: ANNEX IIA : HARMONISED CONDITIONS FOR THE OPENING AND OPERATION OF A DEDICATED CASH ACCOUNT IN TARGET2
TITLE I : GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1 : Definitions
"4CBs" means the Deutsche Bundesbank, the Banque de France, the Banca d'Italia and Banco de España in their capacity as the CBs building and operating the T2S Platform for the Eurosystem's benefit,
Guide 2015-0930
50th percentile male manikin [REG 2014-0003]   50th percentile male manikin vehicle functional safety requirements for the approval of two- or three-wheel vehicles and quadricycles [Article 2] Definitions
(99) "50th percentile male manikin" means a physical anthropomorphic test device possessing specified dimensions and masses or a virtual model, both representing the body of an average male human;
REG 2014-0003
5th percentile adult female manikin [REG 2014-0003]   5th percentile adult female manikin vehicle functional safety requirements for the approval of two- or three-wheel vehicles and quadricycles [Article 2] Definitions
(109) "5th percentile adult female manikin" means a physical anthropomorphic test device possessing specified dimensions and masses or a virtual model, both representing the body of a small female human;
REG 2014-0003
6th EAP [REG 2007-0614]   6th EAP financial instrument for the environment ("LIFE+"). [Article 2 Definitions]
(1) "6th EAP" means the Sixth Community Environment Action Programme laid down by Decision No 1600/2002/EC;
REG 2007-0614
7th EAP [Decision 2013-1386]   7th EAP (Environment Action programme) General Union EAP (Environment Action Programme) to 2020 [Article 1]
A general Union action programme in the field of the environment for the period up to 31 December 2020 ("the 7th Environment Action programme" or "7th EAP"), as set out in the Annex, is hereby adopted.
Decision 2013-1386
8,33 kHz channel spacing [REG 2007-1265]   8,33 kHz channel spacing air-ground voice channel spacing [Article 2] Definitions
1. "8,33 kHz channel spacing" means a separation of 8,33 kHz between adjacent channels;
REG 2007-1265
8,33 kHz channel spacing [REG 2012-1079]   8,33 kHz channel spacing voice channels spacing for the single European sky [Article 3] Definitions
(2) "8,33 kHz channel spacing" means a channel spacing where the nominal channel centre frequencies are separated in increments of 8,33 kHz;
REG 2012-1079
8,33 kHz conversion [REG 2012-1079]   8,33 kHz conversion voice channels spacing for the single European sky [Article 3] Definitions
(5) "8,33 kHz conversion" means the replacement of a frequency assignment registered in the central register and using 25 kHz channel spacing by a frequency assignment using 8,33 kHz channel spacing;
REG 2012-1079
900 MHz band [Decision 2009-0766]   900 MHz band harmonisation of the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz frequency bands for terrestrial systems capable of providing pan-European electronic communications services [Article 2]
(b) the "900 MHz band" means the 880-915 MHz and 925- 960 MHz bands;
Decision 2009-0766
900 MHz band [Decision 2010-0165]   the 900 MHz band [PPE指令 整合規格リスト修正] [Article 2]
2. "the 900 MHz band" means the 880-915 MHz band for uplink (terminal transmit, base station receive) and 925-960 MHz band for downlink (base station transmit, terminal receive);
Decision 2010-0165
a [Directive 1978-0764A1(2007-01-01)]   a (Vibration acceleration) driver's seat on wheeled agricultural or forestry tractors [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
11. Vibration acceleration (a)
"Vibration acceleration (a)" means the second differential of the vibration displacement with respect to time.
Directive 1978-0764(2007-01-01)
A (Activity) [Directive 1980-0836]   Activity (A) health protection of the general public and workers against the dangers of ionizing radiation [TITLE I] DEFINITIONS
[Article 1] (a) Physical terms, quantities and units
Activity (A) : the quotient of dN by dt, where dN is the number of spontaneous nuclear transformations which occur in a quantity of a radionuclide in the time interval dt. [図]
This definition does not apply to the words "activity" and "activities" in Articles 2, 3, 4, 6 and 13.
Directive 1980-0836
A (Category, tractor) [Directive 1978-0764A1(2007-01-01)]   Category A tractor driver's seat on wheeled agricultural or forestry tractors [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
16. Category A tractor
"Category A tractor" means a tractor which can be assigned to a given
vibration class by reason of similar design features.
16.1. The characteristics of these tractors are as follows:
Number of axles: two.
Suspension: unsuspended rear axle.
16.2. Category A tractors shall be divided up into three classes:
Class I: tractors having an unladen mass of up to 3 600.
Class II: tractors having an unladen mass of 3 600 — 6 500 kg.
Class III: tractors having an unladen mass of more than 6 500 kg.
Directive 1978-0764(2007-01-01)
a 1 [REG 2013-0812A1]   a 1 (first order coefficient) energy labelling of water heaters, hot water storage tanks and packages of water heater and solar device [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to IX
(35) "first-order coefficient" (a 1) means the heat loss coefficient of a solar collector, expressed in W/(m2 K);
REG 2013-0812
a 1 [REG 2013-0814A1]   a 1 (first-order coefficient) ecodesign requirements for water heaters and hot water storage tanks [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to VI
(32) "first-order coefficient" (a 1) means the heat loss coefficient of a solar collector, expressed in W/(m 2 K);
REG 2013-0814
a 2 [REG 2013-0812A1]   a 2 (second-order coefficient) energy labelling of water heaters, hot water storage tanks and packages of water heater and solar device [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to IX
(36) "second-order coefficient" (a 2) means the coefficient measuring the temperature dependence of the first order coefficient, expressed in W/(m2 K2 );
REG 2013-0812
a 2 [REG 2013-0814A1]   a 2 (second-order coefficient) ecodesign requirements for water heaters and hot water storage tanks [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to VI
(33) "second-order coefficient" (a 2) means the coefficient measuring the temperature dependence of the first-order coefficient, expressed in W/(m2 K2);
REG 2013-0814
a area [Guide 2013-C209-01]   "a / c" areas regional State aid 1.2. Definitions
20. (a) " "a" areas" mean those areas designated in a regional aid map in application of the provisions of Article 107(3)(a) of the Treaty; " "c" areas" mean those areas designated in a regional aid map in application of the provisions of Article 107(3)(c) of the Treaty;
Guide 2013-C209-01
a area [Guide 2014-C204-01]   "a" areas State aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas 2.4.Definitions (35) For the purposes of these Guidelines:
69.""a" areas" means those areas designated in an approved regional aid map for the period from 1 July 2014 to 31 December 2020 in application of the provisions of Article 107(3)(a) of the Treaty;
Guide 2014-C204-01
a area [REG 2014-0702]   "a" areas aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas [Article 2] Definitions
(57) ""a" areas" means those areas designated in an approved regional aid map for the period from 1 July 2014 to 31 December 2020 in application of the provisions of Article 107(3)(a) of the Treaty;
REG 2014-0702
a area (former) [Guide 2014-C204-01]   former "a" areas State aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas 2.4.Definitions (35) For the purposes of these Guidelines:
73."former "a" areas" means those areas designated as ‘a’ areas in an approved regional map for the period from 1 January 2011 to 30 June 2014;
Guide 2014-C204-01
a area (former) [REG 2014-0702]   former "a" areas aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas [Article 2] Definitions
(62) "former "a" areas" means those areas designated as ‘a’ areas in an approved regional map for the period from 1 January 2011 to 30 June 2014;
REG 2014-0702
A CDM [REG 2014-0716]   A-CDM (Airport-Collaborative Decision Making) European Air Traffic Management Master Plan [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "Airport — Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM)" means a process in which decisions related to Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management (hereinafter: "ATFCM") at airports are made based on interaction between operational stakeholders and other actors involved in ATFCM and which aims at reducing delays, improving the predictability of events and optimising the utilisation of resources;
REG 2014-0716
A EC [REG 2013-0811A1]   A EC (annual electricity consumption) energy labelling of space heaters, combination heaters, packages of space heater, temperature control and solar device and packages of combination heater, temperature control and solar device [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to VIII Definitions related to water heating in combination heaters:
(67) "annual electricity consumption" (A EC) means the annual electricity consumption of a combination heater for water heating under the declared load profile and under given climate conditions, expressed in kWh in terms of final energy;
REG 2013-0811
A EC [REG 2013-0812A1]   A EC (annual electricity consumption) energy labelling of water heaters, hot water storage tanks and packages of water heater and solar device [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to IX
(24) "annual electricity consumption" (A EC) means the annual electricity consumption of a water heater under the declared load profile and under given climate conditions, expressed in kWh in terms of final energy;
REG 2013-0812
a eff [Directive 1978-0764A1(2007-01-01)]   a eff (Rms value of the acceleration) driver's seat on wheeled agricultural or forestry tractors [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
12. Rms value of the acceleration (aeff)
"Rms value of the acceleration (aeff)" means the square root of the mean square of the accelerations.
Directive 1978-0764(2007-01-01)
A FC [REG 2013-0811A1]   A FC (annual fuel consumption) energy labelling of space heaters, combination heaters, packages of space heater, temperature control and solar device and packages of combination heater, temperature control and solar device [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to VIII Definitions related to water heating in combination heaters:
(68) "annual fuel consumption" (AFC) means the annual fossil fuel and/or biomass fuel consumption of a combination heater for water heating under the declared load profile and under given climate conditions, expressed in GJ in terms of GCV;
REG 2013-0811
A FC [REG 2013-0812A1]   A FC (annual fuel consumption) energy labelling of water heaters, hot water storage tanks and packages of water heater and solar device [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to IX
(25) "annual fuel consumption" (A FC) means the annual fossil and/or biomass fuel consumption of a water heater under the declared load profile and under given climate conditions, expressed in GJ in terms of GCV;
REG 2013-0812
a la taza (Chocolate) [Directive 2000-0036A1(2008-12-21)]   Chocolate a la taza cocoa and chocolate products intended for human consumption [ANNEX I] SALES NAMES, DEFINITIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRODUCTS
A. SALES NAMES AND DEFINITIONS
8. Chocolate a la taza
designates the product obtained from cocoa products, sugars, and flour or starch from wheat, rice or maize, which contains not less than 35 % total dry cocoa solids, including not less than 18 % cocoa butter and not less than 14 % dry non-fat cocoa solids, and not more than 8 % flour or starch.
Directive 2000-0036(2008-12-21)
a la taza (familiar, Chocolate) [Directive 2000-0036A1(2008-12-21)]   Chocolate familiar a la taza cocoa and chocolate products intended for human consumption [ANNEX I] SALES NAMES, DEFINITIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRODUCTS
A. SALES NAMES AND DEFINITIONS
9. Chocolate familiar a la taza
designates the product obtained from cocoa products, sugars, and flour or starch from wheat, rice or maize, which contains not less than 30 % total dry cocoa solids, including not less than 18 % cocoa butter and not less than 12 % dry non-fat cocoa solids, and not more than 18 % flour or starch
Directive 2000-0036(2008-12-21)
A licence [REG 2007-0341]   "A" licence administration of tariff quotas and introducing a system of import licences and certificates of origin for garlic and certain other agricultural products imported from third countries [CHAPTER II] "A" LICENCES
[Article 6] General provisions concerning "A" licence applications and licences
1. By way of derogation from Article 23 of Regulation (EC) No 1291/2000, ‘A’ licences shall be valid only for the subperiod for which they have been issued. Box 24 thereof shall show one of the entries listed in Annex III.
3. The country of origin shall be entered in box 8 of "A" licence applications and of licences and the word "yes" shall be marked with a cross. The import licence shall be valid only for imports originating in the country indicated.
4. By way of derogation from Article 9(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1291/2000, rights arising under "A" licences shall not be transferable.
REG 2007-0341
a non refillable container [REG 2014-0517]   a non-refillable container fluorinated greenhouse gases [Article 2] Definitions
(13) "a non-refillable container" means a container which cannot be refilled without being adapted for that purpose or is placed on the market without provision having been made for its return for refilling;
REG 2014-0517
A sol [REG 2013-0812A1]   A sol (collector aperture area) energy labelling of water heaters, hot water storage tanks and packages of water heater and solar device [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to IX
(33) "collector aperture area" (A sol) means the maximum projected area through which unconcentrated solar radiation enters the collector, expressed in m2 ;
REG 2013-0812
A sol [REG 2013-0811A1]   A sol (collector aperture area) energy labelling of space heaters, combination heaters, packages of space heater, temperature control and solar device and packages of combination heater, temperature control and solar device [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to VIII Definitions related to solar devices:
(70) "collector aperture area" (A sol), for the purposes of Figures 1 to 4 in Annex IV referred to as "collector size", means the maximum projected area through which unconcentrated solar radiation enters the collector, expressed in m2 ;
REG 2013-0811
A sol [REG 2013-0814A1]   A sol (collector aperture area) ecodesign requirements for water heaters and hot water storage tanks [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to VI
(30) "collector aperture area" (A sol) means the maximum projected area through which unconcentrated solar radiation enters the collector, expressed in m2 ;
REG 2013-0814
A to C (Category) Notebook computer [REG 2013-0617]   Notebook computer 【コンピュータエコデザイン規則】
ecodesign requirements for computers and computer servers
[Article 2] Definitions
(7) "Notebook computer" means a computer designed specifically for portability and to be operated for extended periods of time either with or without a direct connection to an AC power source. Notebook computers utilise an integrated display, with a viewable diagonal screen size of at least 22,86 cm (9 inches), and are capable of operation on an integrated battery or other portable power source.
Notebook computers also include the following subtypes:
(a) "Tablet computer" means a product which is a type of notebook computer that includes both an attached touch-sensitive display and an attached physical keyboard;
(b) "Slate computer" means a type of notebook computer that includes an integrated touch-sensitive display but does not have a permanently attached physical keyboard;
(c) "Mobile thin client" means a type of notebook computer that relies on a connection to remote computing resources (e.g. computer server, remote workstation) to obtain primary functionality and has no rotational storage media integral to the product.
The following categories of notebook computers are defined for the purposes of this Regulation:
(a) "Category A" notebook computer means a notebook computer that does not meet the definition of Category B or Category C notebook computer;
(b) "Category B" notebook computer means a notebook computer with at least one discrete graphics card (dGfx);
(c) "Category C" notebook computer means a notebook computer with at least the following characteristics:
(a) a minimum two physical cores in the CPU;
(b) a minimum two gigabytes (GB) of system memory; and
(c) a discrete graphics card (dGfx) meeting the G3 (with FB Data Width > 128-bit), G4, G5, G6 or G7 classification;
Products that would otherwise meet the definition of notebook computer but have idle state power demand of less than 6 W are not considered to be notebook computers for the purposes of this Regulation;
REG 2013-0617
A to D (Category) Desktop computer [REG 2013-0617]   Desktop computer 【コンピュータエコデザイン規則】
ecodesign requirements for computers and computer servers
[Article 2] Definitions
(5) "Desktop computer" means a computer where the main unit is intended to be located in a permanent location and is not designed for portability and which is designed for use with an external display and external peripherals such as a keyboard and mouse.
The following categories of desktop computers are defined for the purposes of this Regulation:
(a) "Category A" desktop computer means a desktop computer that does not meet the definition of Category B, Category C or Category D desktop computer;
(b) "Category B" desktop computer means a desktop computer with:
(i) two physical cores within the CPU; and
(ii) a minimum of two gigabytes (GB) of system memory;
(c) "Category C" desktop computer means a desktop computer with:
(i) three or more physical cores within the CPU; and
(ii) a configuration of a minimum of one of the following two characteristics:
- a minimum of two gigabytes (GB) of system memory, and/or
- a discrete graphics card (dGfx);
(d) "Category D" desktop computer means a desktop computer with:
(i) a minimum four physical cores in the CPU; andEN
(d) "Category D" desktop computer means a desktop computer with:
(i) a minimum four physical cores in the CPU; andEN
REG 2013-0617
A to D (Category) Integrated desktop computer [REG 2013-0617]   Integrated desktop computer 【コンピュータエコデザイン規則】
ecodesign requirements for computers and computer servers
[Article 2] Definitions
(6) "Integrated desktop computer" means a computer in which the computer and the display function as a single unit, which receives its AC power through a single cable. Integrated desktop computers come in one of two possible forms: (1) a product where the display and the computer are physically combined into a single unit; or (2) a product where the display is separated from the computer but it is connected to the main chassis by a direct current (DC) power cord. An integrated desktop computer is intended to be located in a permanent location and is not designed for portability. Integrated desktop computers are not primarily designed for the display and reception of audiovisual signals.
The following categories of integrated desktop computers are defined for the purposes of this Regulation:
(a) "Category A" integrated desktop computer means an integrated desktop computer that does not meet the definition of Category B, Category C or Category D integrated desktop computer;
(b) "Category B" integrated desktop computer means an integrated desktop computer with:
(i) two physical cores in the CPU; and
(ii) a minimum of two gigabytes (GB) of system memory;
(c) "Category C" integrated desktop computer means an integrated desktop computer with:
(i) three or more physical cores in the CPU; and
(ii) a configuration of a minimum of one of the following two characteristics:
- a minimum of two gigabytes (GB) of system memory, and/or
- a discrete graphics card (dGfx);
(d) "Category D" integrated desktop computer means an integrated desktop computer with:
(i) a minimum of four physical cores in the CPU; and
(ii) a configuration of a minimum of one of the following two characteristics:
- a minimum of four gigabytes (GB) of system memory, and/or
- a discrete graphics card (dGfx) meeting the G3 (with FB Data Width > 128-bit), G4, G5, G6 or G7 classification;
REG 2013-0617
a w [Directive 1978-0764A1(2007-01-01)]   a w (Weighted vibration acceleration) driver's seat on wheeled agricultural or forestry tractors [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
13. Weighted vibration acceleration (aw)
"Weighted vibration acceleration (aw)" means the weighted vibration acceleration determined with the help of a weighting filter in accordance with 2.5.3.3.5.2 of Annex II.
awS = rms value of the weighted seat vibration acceleration measured during a bench test or a standard roadway test;
a wB = rms value of the weighted vibration acceleration measured at the seat attachment during a bench test;
a wB* = reference rms value of the weighted vibration acceleration measured at the seat attachment;
a wS* = corrected rms value of the weighted seat vibration acceleration measured during a bench test;
a wF* = rms value of the weighted vibration acceleration measured at the seat attachment during a standard roadway test.
Directive 1978-0764(2007-01-01)
a work [Directive 2014-0023]   a work award of concession contracts [Article 5] Definitions
(8) "a work" means the outcome of building or civil engineering works taken as a whole which is sufficient in itself to fulfil an economic or technical function;
Directive 2014-0023
a work [Directive 2014-0024]   a work public procurement [Article 2] Definitions
1. (7) "a work" means the outcome of building or civil engineering works taken as a whole which is sufficient in itself to fulfil an economic or technical function;
Directive 2014-0024
a work [Directive 2014-0025]   a work procurement by entities operating in the water, energy, transport and postal services sector [Article 2] Definitions
(3) "a work" means the outcome of building or civil engineering works taken as a whole which is sufficient in itself to fulfil an economic or technical function;
Directive 2014-0025
a0 [REG 2016-0427A]   Axis intercept emissions from light passenger and commercial vehicles (Euro 6) Regulation (EC) No 692/2008 is amended as follows:
[ANNEX] ANNEX IIIA : VERIFYING REAL DRIVING EMISSIONS
1.2.3. "Axis intercept" of a linear regression (a0) means: a0 = 【式】
REG 2016-0427
a1 [REG 2016-0427A]   a1 (Slope of a linear regression) emissions from light passenger and commercial vehicles (Euro 6) Regulation (EC) No 692/2008 is amended as follows:
[ANNEX] ANNEX IIIA : VERIFYING REAL DRIVING EMISSIONS
1.2.28. "Slope" of a linear regression (a1) means: a1 = 【式】
REG 2016-0427
A1[REG 2011-1214]   "A1" and "B1" professional cross-border transport of euro cash by road between euro-area Member States [Article 1] Definitions
(r) "A1" and "B1", when referring to the level of language skills, mean the levels established by the Council of Europe's Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, as referred to in Annex VII;
REG 2011-1214
A2A [Decision 2015-0929A2]   "A2A" or "Application-to-application" TARGET2-ECB [ANNEX] The Annex to Decision ECB/2007/7 is amended as follows:
14. the following Annex II is added: ANNEX II : TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE OPENING AND OPERATION OF A DEDICATED CASH ACCOUNT IN TARGET2-ECB Article 1 : Definitions
"A2A" or "Application-to-application" means a connectivity mode allowing the DCA holder to exchange information with the software application of the T2S Platform,
Decision 2015-0929
A2A [Guide 2015-0930A2A]   "A2A" or "Application-to-application" TARGET2 [Article 1] Amendment of Guideline ECB/2012/27 Guideline ECB/2012/27 is amended as follows:
31. the following Annex IIa is inserted: ANNEX IIA : HARMONISED CONDITIONS FOR THE OPENING AND OPERATION OF A DEDICATED CASH ACCOUNT IN TARGET2
TITLE I : GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1 : Definitions
"A2A" or "Application-to-application" means a connectivity mode allowing the DCA holder to exchange information with the software application of the T2S Platform,
Guide 2015-0930
AAC procedure [REG 2015-1918]   administrative assistance and cooperation procedure AAC system (official controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules) [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "administrative assistance and cooperation procedure" means an established workflow provided for in the AAC system which permits liaison bodies and the Commission to exchange information concerning possible instances of non-compliance in accordance with Articles 36, 37 and 38 of Regulation (EC) No 882/2004;
REG 2015-1918
AAC system [REG 2015-1918w]   AAC (Administrative Assistance and Cooperation) system AAC system (official controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules) Whereas:
(5) For the exchange of information to be conducted as efficiently as possible, an IT system should be set up, namely, the Administrative Assistance and Cooperation system ("AAC system"), to provide the liaison bodies, designated in each Member State in accordance with Article 35 of Regulation (EC) No 882/2004, with the necessary tools to facilitate the practical implementation of the exchange of information required by that Regulation. The AAC system should offer a streamlined method of communication and a structured format for the exchange of information.
REG 2015-1918
AAD [REG 2004-2073]   AAD cooperation in the field of excise duties [Article 2]
20. "AAD" means the document referred to in Article 18(1) of Directive 92/12/EEC;
[COUNCIL DIRECTIVE 92/12/EEC(2004-12-24) Article 18]
1. Notwithstanding the possible use of computerized procedures, all products subject to excise duty moving under duty-suspension arrangements between Member States, including those moving by sea or air directly from one Community port or airport to another, shall be accompanied by a document drawn up by the consignor. This document may be either an administrative document or a commercial document. The form and content of this document, and the procedure to be followed where its use is objectively inappropriate, shall be established in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 24.
REG 2004-2073
AAL JP [Decision 2014-0554w]   AAL JP (Ambient Assisted Living Joint Research and Development Programme) Active and Assisted Living Research and Development Programme jointly undertaken by several Member States Whereas:
(4) Decision No 742/2008/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council ( 4 ) provides for a Community financial contribution to the Ambient Assisted Living Joint Research and Development Programme ("AAL JP") matching that of the Member States but not exceeding EUR 150 000 000 for the duration of the Seventh Framework Programme of the European Community for research, technological development and demonstration activities (2007-2013) established by Decision No 1982/2006/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council.
Decision 2014-0554
Aarhus Convention [Directive 2011-0092w]   Aarhus Convention 【環境インパクトアセスメント指令(EIA)】
assessment of the effects of certain public and private projects on the environment
Whereas:
(18) The European Community signed the UN/ECE Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-Making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters (the Aarhus Convention) on 25 June 1998 and ratified it on 17 February 2005.
Directive 2011-0092
AAU [REG 2013-0389]   AAUs (assigned amount units) emissions trading scheme [Article 3] Definitions
(6) "assigned amount units" ("AAUs") means units issued pursuant to Article 7(3) of Decision No 280/2004/EC;
REG 2013-0389
AAU [REG 2013-0525]   AAU (assigned amount unit) monitoring and reporting greenhouse gas emissions [Article 3] Definitions
(7) "assigned amount unit" or "AAU" means a unit issued pursuant to the relevant provisions in the Annex to Decision 13/CMP.1 of the Conference of the Parties to the UNFCCC serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol (Decision 13/CMP.1) or in other relevant decisions of UNFCCC or Kyoto Protocol bodies;
REG 2013-0525
AAU [REG 2004-2216]   assigned amount unit (AAU) standardised and secured system of registries [Article 2] Definitions
(e) "assigned amount unit" (AAU) means a unit issued pursuant to Article 7(3) of Decision No 280/2004/EC or by a Party to the Kyoto Protocol;
REG 2004-2216
AAU [REG 2008-0994]   assigned amount unit (AAU) standardised and secured system of registries [Article 2] Definitions
(d) "assigned amount unit" (AAU) means a unit issued pursuant to Article 7(3) of Decision No 280/2004/EC or by a Party to the Kyoto Protocol;
REG 2008-0994
AAUs [REG 2010-0920]a   Assigned Amount Units (AAUs) standardised and secured system of registries (greenhouse gas emission allowance trading) [Article 2] Definitions
7. "Assigned Amount Units" or "AAUs" are units issued pursuant to Article 7(3) of Decision No 280/2004/EC;
REG 2010-0920
AAUs [REG 2010-0920w]   assigned amount units (AAUs) standardised and secured system of registries (greenhouse gas emission allowance trading) Whereas:
(6) Each registry established in accordance with Article 6 of Decision No 280/2004/EC should issue assigned amount units (hereinafter AAUs) pursuant to Decision 13/CMP.1, whereas allowances should be issued in the Union registry. Registries established in accordance with Article 6 of Decision No 280/2004/EC should ensure that they keep a deposit of AAUs that is equal to the amount of allowances issued by them in the Union registry in order to ensure that any transactions with allowances may be followed up with corresponding transfers of AAUs via a clearing mechanism at the end of each period.
REG 2010-0920
AAUs [REG 2011-1193]   AAUs (assigned amount units) emissions trading scheme [Article 3] Definitions
(6) "assigned amount units" or "AAUs" means units issued pursuant to Article 7(3) of Decision No 280/2004/EC;
REG 2011-1193
abaca [Directive 1996-0074A1]   abaca (Manila hemp) textile names [ANNEX I] TABLE OF TEXTILE FIBRES
[表] Nos / Name / Fibre description
10 / abaca (Manila hemp) / fibre obtained from the sheathing leaf of Musa textilis
Directive 1996-0074
abaca [Directive 2008-0121]   abaca (Manila hemp) textile names [ANNEX I] TABLE OF TEXTILE FIBRES
[表] No / Name / Fibre description
10 / abaca (Manila hemp) / fibre obtained from the sheathing leaf of Musa textilis
Directive 2008-0121
abaca [Posit 2011-0005A1]   abaca (Manila hemp) textile fibre names and related labelling and marking of fibre composition of textile products [ANNEX I] List of textile fibre names : Table 1
[表] Number / Name / Fibre description
10 / abaca (Manila hemp) / fibre obtained from the sheathing leaf of Musa textilis
Posit 2011-0005
abaca [REG 2011-1007A1]   abaca (Manila hemp) textile fibre names [ANNEX I] List of textile fibre names
Table 1 : Number / Name / Fibre description
10 / abaca (Manila hemp) / fibre obtained from the sheathing leaf of Musa textilis
REG 2011-1007
abandoned wine-growing area [REG 2009-0436]   abandoned wine-growing area monitor the wine market [Article 2] Definitions
c) "abandoned wine-growing area" shall mean the total area of land under vines which is no longer subjected to regular cultivation with a view to obtaining a marketable product
REG 2009-0436
abatement method (emission) [Directive 2016-0802]   emission abatement method sulphur content of certain liquid fuels 【液体燃料硫黄含有量】 [Article 2] Definitions
(o) "emission abatement method" means any fitting, material, appliance or apparatus to be fitted in a ship or other procedure, alternative fuel, or compliance method, used as an alternative to low sulphur marine fuel meeting the requirements set out in this Directive, that is verifiable, quantifiable and enforceable;
Directive 2016-0802
Abatement of Nuisances Caused by Air Transport [Decision 2011-0149w]   ANCAT 3 (Abatement of Nuisances Caused by Air Transport) historical aviation emissions Whereas:
(2) The Commission has been assisted by Eurocontrol as foreseen in Article 18b of Directive 2003/87/EC. The best available data for calculation of the historic emissions was considered to be the comprehensive air traffic data contained in Eurocontrol's databases from the Central Route Charges Office (CRCO) and the Central Flow Management Unit (CFMU). These provide among other things a calculation of the actual route length for each individual flight. Emissions were then calculated on a flight-by-flight basis using the ANCAT 3 (Abatement of Nuisances Caused by Air Transport) methodology and the CASE (Calculation of Emissions by Selective Equivalence) methodology. This approach to calculating historic emissions was further enhanced through use of actual fuel consumption information provided voluntarily by a representative number of aircraft operators which helped to improve the accuracy of the modelling approach. Additional calculations were carried out to account for fuel consumption associated with the use of the auxiliary power units (APUs).
Decision 2011-0149
abatement system (dust, Existing) [Decision 2014-0687A]   Existing dust abatement system BAT conclusions, under Directive 2010/75/EU for the production of pulp, paper and board [ANNEX] BAT CONCLUSIONS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF PULP, PAPER AND BOARD : DEFINITIONS
Existing dust abatement system : A dust abatement system which is not a new dust abatement system.
Decision 2014-0687
abatement system (dust, New) [Decision 2014-0687A]   New dust abatement system BAT conclusions, under Directive 2010/75/EU for the production of pulp, paper and board [ANNEX] BAT CONCLUSIONS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF PULP, PAPER AND BOARD : DEFINITIONS
New dust abatement system : A dust abatement system first operated on the site of the installation following the publication of these BAT conclusions.
Decision 2014-0687
abatement system (emission, sound, external) [REG 2015-0096]   external sound emissions abatement system environmental and propulsion unit performance requirements of agricultural and forestry vehicles [Article 2] Definitions
(3) "external sound emissions abatement system" means all the components and separate technical units that comprise the exhaust and the silencing system, including the exhaust system, the air intake system, the silencer or any systems, components, and separate technical units with a relevance to the permissible external sound levels emitted by the agricultural or forestry vehicle, of a type fitted to the vehicle at the time of type-approval or extension of type-approval;
REG 2015-0096
abatement technology (emission) [Directive 1999-0032]   emission abatement technology sulphur content of certain liquid fuels【液体燃料硫黄含有量】 [Article 2 Definitions]
3m. emission abatement technology means an exhaust gas cleaning system, or any other technological method that is verifiable and enforceable;
Directive 1999-0032
ABCP programme [Directive 2006-0048A9]   Asset-backed commercial paper (ABCP) programme taking up and pursuit of the business of credit institutions [ANNEX IX] SECURITISATION
PART 1 Definitions for the purposes of Annex IX
1.- "Asset-backed commercial paper (ABCP) programme" means a programme of securitisations the securities issued by which predominantly take the form of commercial paper with an original maturity of one year or less.
Directive 2006-0048
Abengoa RED Bioenergy Sustainability Assurance [Decision 2011-0436w]   RBSA (Abengoa RED Bioenergy Sustainability Assurance) Abengoa RED Bioenergy Sustainability Assurance scheme Whereas:
(7) The "Abengoa RED Bioenergy Sustainability Assurance" (hereinafter "RBSA") scheme was submitted on 8 April 2011 to the Commission with the request for recognition. The scheme covers a wide range of products and applies to all geographic locations. The recognised scheme will be made available at the transparency platform established under Directive 2009/28/EC.
Decision 2011-0436
ABILITY CODE USED FOR HAULED PASSENGER VEHICLE (TRAFFIC, INTERNATIONAL) [Decision 2012-0757A2AP6]   INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC ABILITY CODES USED FOR HAULED PASSENGER VEHICLES technical specification for interoperability relating to the 'operation and traffic management' subsystem of the rail system [ANNEX II] The Annex to Decision 2007/756/EC is amended as follows:
(3) The following Appendix is added:
Appendix 6 : PART 7 — INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC ABILITY CODES USED FOR HAULED PASSENGER VEHICLES (DIGITS 1-2) [表]
Vehicles for domestic traffic
Service vehicles
Air-conditioned and pressure- tight vehicles
Decision 2012-0757
abnormal levels of radioactivity which are likely to be detrimental to public health [Directive 1989-0618]   abnormal levels of radioactivity which are likely to be detrimental to public health health protection measures to be applied and steps to be taken in the event of a radiological emergency [Article 3 ]
For the purposes of applying this Directive, the terms "significant release of radioactive material" and "abnormal levels of radioactivity which are likely to be detrimental to public health" are to be understood as covering situations likely to result in members of the public being exposed to doses in excess of the dose limits prescribed under the Directives laying down basic Community safety standards for radiological protection.
Directive 1989-0618
abnormal mortality (observed) [Directive 1995-0070]   observed abnormal mortality control of certain diseases affecting bivalve molluscs [Article 2]
2. In addition, "observed abnormal mortality" shall mean sudden mortality affecting approximately 15 % of stocks and occurring over a short period between two inspections (confirmed within 15 days). In hatchery a mortality shall be considered abnormal when the farmer cannot obtain larvae during a period which included successive spawns from different broodstocks. In nursery a mortality shall be considered abnormal when a sudden sizeable mortality occurs in a short time on a number of tubes.
Directive 1995-0070
abnormal situation [REG 2015-0340]   abnormal situation technical requirements and administrative procedures relating to air traffic controllers' licences and certificates [Article 4] Definitions
(1) "abnormal situation" means circumstances, including degraded situations, which are neither routinely nor commonly experienced and for which an air traffic controller has not developed automatic skills;
REG 2015-0340
abnormal situation [Directive 2006-0007]   abnormal situation management of bathing water quality [Article 2] Definitions
9. "abnormal situation" means an event or combination of events impacting on bathing water quality at the location concerned and not expected to occur on average more than once every four years;
Directive 2006-0007
abroad (Ever resided) [REG 2009-1201A]   Ever resided abroad and year of arrival in the country (from 1980) population and housing censuses [ANNEX] Technical specifications of the census topics and their breakdowns
Topic: Ever resided abroad and year of arrival in the country (from 1980)
The year of arrival shall be the calendar year in which a person most recently established usual residence in the country. The year of the most recent arrival in the country shall be reported rather than the year of first arrival (i.e. the topic "Year of arrival in the country" does not provide information on interrupted stays).
[表 Year of arrival in the country since 2000]
The breakdown "Year of arrival in the country since 2000" is designed to break down any total or subtotal referring to persons.
The breakdown "Year of arrival in the country since 2000" focuses on international migration since 2000.
[表 Year of arrival in the country since 1980]
The breakdowns for "Year of arrival in the country since 1980" are designed to break down any total or subtotal referring to persons.
The breakdowns for "Year of arrival in the country since 1980" focus on international migration since 1980.
The data for 2011 shall refer to the time span between 1 January 2011 and the reference date.
REG 2009-1201
ABS [Guide 2015-0510]   ABSs (asset-backed securities) implementation of the Eurosystem monetary policy framework (General Documentation Guideline) [Article 2] Definitions
(3) "asset-backed securities" (ABSs) means debt instruments that are backed by a pool of ring fenced financial assets (fixed or revolving), that convert into cash within a finite time period. In addition, rights or other assets may exist that ensure the servicing or timely distribution of proceeds to the holders of the security. Generally, asset-backed securities are issued by a specially created investment vehicle which has acquired the pool of financial assets from the originator or seller. In this regard, payments on the asset-backed securities depend primarily on the cash flows generated by the assets in the underlying pool and other rights designed to assure timely payment, such as liquidity facilities, guarantees or other features generally known as credit enhancements;
Guide 2015-0510
ABS Regulation [REG 2014-0511 Guide 2016-C313-01]   ABS(access and benefit-sharing) Regulation Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization in the Union 1.INTRODUCTION
This document is intended to provide guidance on the provisions and implementation of Regulation (EU) No 511/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 on compliance measures for users from the Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilisation in the Union (1) ("the EU ABS Regulation" or "the Regulation").
The EU ABS Regulation implements in the EU those international rules (contained in the Nagoya Protocol) which govern user compliance — i.e. what users of genetic resources have to do in order to comply with the rules on access and benefit-sharing (ABS) established by the countries providing genetic resources. The Nagoya Protocol also contains rules concerning access measures — but those are not covered by the EU ABS Regulation and accordingly are not addressed in this guidance document.
REG 2014-0511 Guide 2016-C313-01
absconding (risk of) [Directive 2008-0115]   risk of absconding returning illegally staying third-country nationals [Article 3] Definitions
7. "risk of absconding" means the existence of reasons in an individual case which are based on objective criteria defined by law to believe that a third-country national who is the subject of return procedures may abscond;
Directive 2008-0115
absconding (risk of) [REG 2013-0604]   risk of absconding international protection lodged [Article 2] Definitions
(n) "risk of absconding" means the existence of reasons in an individual case, which are based on objective criteria defined by law, to believe that an applicant or a third- country national or a stateless person who is subject to a transfer procedure may abscond.
REG 2013-0604
absent from port (day) [REG 2009-1226]   day absent from port fixing the fishing opportunities and associated conditions for certain fish stocks and groups of fish stocks [Article 3] Definitions
(e) "day absent from port" means any continuous period of 24 hours or part thereof during which the vessel is absent from port
REG 2009-1226
absent from port (day) [REG 2010-1124]   day absent from port fish stocks and groups of fish stocks applicable in the Baltic Sea [Article 3] Definitions
(f) "day absent from port" means any continuous period of 24 hours or part thereof during which the vessel is absent from port.
REG 2010-1124
absent from port (days) [REG 2007-1098]   days absent from port multiannual plan for the cod stocks in the Baltic Sea and the fisheries exploiting those stocks [Article 3] Definitions
(f) "days absent from port" means any continuous period of 24 hours or part thereof during which the vessel is absent from port.
REG 2007-1098
Absorbed dose [Directive 2013-0059]   D (Absorbed dose) basic safety standards for protection against the dangers arising from exposure to ionising radiation [Article 4] Definitions
(1) "Absorbed dose" (D) is the energy absorbed per unit mass
D = dε/ dm
where
dε is the mean energy imparted by ionising radiation to the matter in a volume element,
dm is the mass of the matter in this volume element.
In this Directive, absorbed dose denotes the dose averaged over a tissue or an organ. The unit for absorbed dose is the gray (Gy) where one gray is equal to one joule per kilogram: 1 Gy ¼ 1 J kg Ä1 ;
Directive 2013-0059
Absorbed dose (D) [Directive 1996-0029]   Absorbed dose (D) protection of the health of workers and the general public against the dangers arising from ionizing radiation [TITLE I] DEFINITIONS [Article 1]
Absorbed dose (D): the energy absorbed per unit mass [式]
Directive 1996-0029
absorbent hygiene product [Decision 2014-0763]   absorbent hygiene products Ecolabel for absorbent hygiene products [Article 1]
1.The product group "absorbent hygiene products" shall comprise baby diapers, feminine care pads, tampons and nursing pads (also known as breast pads), which are disposable and composed of a mix of natural fibres and polymers, with the fibre content lower than 90 % by weight (except for tampons).
2.The product group shall not include incontinence products and any other type of products falling under the scope of Council Directive 93/42/EEC【医療機器指令】.
Decision 2014-0763
absorbent polymer (super) [Decision 2014-0763]   super absorbent polymers Ecolabel for absorbent hygiene products [Article 2]
(5) "super absorbent polymers" means synthetic polymers designed for absorbing and retaining large amounts of liquid compared to their own mass.
Decision 2014-0763
absorber (energy) [Directive 1977-0541 (2007-01-01)]   energy absorber safety belts and restraint systems of motor vehicles [ANNEX I] SCOPE, DEFINITIONS, EC COMPONENT TYPE-APPROVAL, INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
1. DEFINITIONS
1.7. "energy absorber" means a device designed to disperse energy independently of, or jointly with, the strap and forming part of a belt assembly;
Directive 1977-0541 (2007-01-01)
absorber (Energy) [Directive 1991-0226A1]   Energy absorber spray-suppression [車輪泥はね防止] systems of certain categories of motor vehicles and their trailers [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
4. Spray-suppression device
"Spray-suppression device" means part of the spray-suppression system, which may comprise:
4.1. Air/water separator : This is a component forming part of the valance and/or of the rain flap through which air can pass whilst reducing pulverized water emissions.
4.2. Energy absorber : This is a component forming part of the mudguard and/or valance and/or rain flap which absorbs the energy of water spray, thus reducing pulverized water spray.
Directive 1991-0226
absorber (energy) [REG 2011-0109]   energy absorber type-approval requirements for certain categories of motor vehicles and their trailers as regards spray suppression systems [Article 2] Definitions
(6) "energy absorber" means a component forming part of the mudguard and/or valance and/or rain flap which absorbs the energy of water spray, thus reducing pulverised water spray;
REG 2011-0109
absorption chiller [REG 2015-1095]   absorption chiller ecodesign requirements for professional refrigerated storage cabinets, blast cabinets, condensing units and process chillers [Article 2] Definitions
1. (y) "absorption chiller" means a process chiller in which refrigeration is effected by an absorption process using heat as the energy source;
REG 2015-1095
absorption type refrigerating appliance [REG 2009-0643]   absorption-type refrigerating appliance ecodesign requirements for household refrigerating appliances 5. "absorption-type refrigerating appliance" means a refrigerating appliance in which refrigeration is effected by an absorption process using heat as the energy source; REG 2009-0643
absorption type refrigerating appliance [REG 2010-1060]   absorption-type refrigerating appliance energy labelling of household refrigerating appliances [Article 2] Definitions
(6) "absorption-type refrigerating appliance" means a refrigerating appliance in which refrigeration is effected by an absorption process using heat as the energy source;
REG 2010-1060
ABSPP [Decision 2015-0005]   ABSPP (asset-backed securities purchase programme) ABSPP (asset-backed securities purchase programme) [Article 1] Establishment and scope of the ABSPP
The ABSPP, under which the ECB shall purchase eligible ABS within the meaning of Article 2 and in accordance with the provisions of this Decision, is hereby established. Under the ABSPP, the ECB may instruct its agents to purchase eligible ABS on its behalf in the primary and secondary markets from eligible counterparties within the meaning of Article 4.
Decision 2015-0005
ABSPP [Decision 2015-0774w]   ABSPP (asset-backed securities purchase programme) secondary markets public sector asset purchase
programme
Whereas:
(2) On 4 September 2014, the Governing Council decided to initiate a third covered bond purchase programme (hereinafter the "CBPP3") and an asset-backed securities purchase programme (ABSPP). Alongside the targeted longer-term refinancing operations introduced in September 2014, these asset purchase programmes are aimed at further enhancing the transmission of monetary policy, facilitating credit provision to the euro area economy, easing borrowing conditions of households and firms and contributing to returning inflation rates to levels closer to 2 %, consistent with the primary objective of the ECB to maintain price stability.
Decision 2015-0774
Abstract (Chemical) [REG 2013-0283A]   CA (Chemical Abstracts) data requirements for active substances [ANNEX] PART A : CHEMICAL ACTIVE SUBSTANCES
SECTION 1. Identity of the active substance
1.4. Chemical name (IUPAC and CA nomenclature)
The chemical name as given in Part III of Annex VI to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008, or, if not included in that Regulation, in accordance with both the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) and Chemical Abstracts (CA) nomenclature, shall be provided, where applicable.
REG 2013-0283
Abstract Service (Chemical) [REG 2013-0283A]   CAS (Chemical Abstracts Service) data requirements for active substances [ANNEX] PART A : CHEMICAL ACTIVE SUBSTANCES
SECTION 1. Identity of the active substance
1.6. CAS, EC and CIPAC numbers
Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), European Commission (EC) and Collaborative International Pesticides Analytical Council (CIPAC) numbers, where they exist, shall be reported.
REG 2013-0283
abstract type [REG 2010-1089]   abstract type interoperability of spatial data sets and services [Article 2] Definitions
1. "abstract type" means a type that cannot be instantiated, but which may have attributes and association roles,
REG 2010-1089
abuse (market) [REG 2010-1031]   market abuse auctioning of greenhouse gas emission allowances [Article 3] Definitions
27. "market abuse" means either insider dealing as defined inpoint (28) of this Article or prohibited in Article 38 or market manipulation as defined in point (30) of this Article or inArticle 37(b), or both;
REG 2010-1031
Abuse of medicinal product [Directive 2001-0083]   Abuse of medicinal products code relating to medicinal products for human use [TITLE I DEFINITIONS Article 1]
16. Abuse of medicinal products:
Persistent or sporadic, intentional excessive use of medicinal products which is accompanied by harmful physical or psychological effets.
Directive 2001-0083
AC [Decision 2012-0757AW]   AC technical specification for interoperability relating to the 'operation and traffic management' subsystem of the rail system [Appendix W] Glossary
The definitions in this glossary refer to the use of terms in this TSI OPE.(Operation and Traffic Management)
AC : Alternating current
Decision 2012-0757
AC [Decision 2014-0893]   AC (active content) Ecolabel for rinse-off cosmetic products [Article 2]
(2) "active content" (AC) means the sum of organic ingoing substances in the product (expressed in grams), calculated on the basis of the complete formulation of the product, including propellants contained in aerosol products. Rubbing/ abrasive agents are not included in the calculation of the active content;
Decision 2014-0893
Ac [Directive 1992-0023A2]   tyre contact area (Ac) tyres for motor vehicles and their trailers [ANNEX II] REQUIREMENTS FOR TYRES
1. DEFINITIONS
2. 2.35. "tyre contact area (Ac)" means the area of the flat surface contained within the virtual perimeter of the tyre footprint. It is expressed in m2;
Directive 1992-0023
Ac [Directive 1992-0023A2a]   tyre ground pressure (F/Ac) tyres for motor vehicles and their trailers [ANNEX II] REQUIREMENTS FOR TYRES
1. DEFINITIONS
2. 2.34. "tyre ground pressure (F/Ac)" means the average until load transmitted by the tyre, through its contact area, to the road surface expressed as the ratio between the vertical force (F), in static conditions on the axis of the wheel and the tyre contact area (Ac) measured with the tyre inflated at the cold inflation pressure recommended for the intended type of service. It is expressed in kN/m2;
Directive 1992-0023
academic [Decision 2008-1298]   academic Erasmus Mundus 2009-2013 action programme (higher education and the promotion of intercultural understanding) [Article 2] Definitions
7. "academic" means a person with outstanding academic and/or professional experience who lectures or conducts research in a higher education institution or a research centre established in accordance with national law and practice;
Decision 2008-1298
ACAMS [REG 2008-0820]   ACAMS common basic standards on aviation security [ANNEX] 1. DEFINITIONS
1.1. "ACAMS" means an Access Control and Alarm Monitoring System which shall electronically control access to doors, gates and other entry points leading directly or indirectly to security restricted areas, and which shall alarm relevant authority when an unauthorised entry has taken place;
REG 2008-0820
ACAS [REG 2012-0923]   ACAS (airborne collision avoidance system) common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
17. "airborne collision avoidance system (ACAS)" means an aircraft system based on secondary surveillance radar (SSR) transponder signals which operates independently of ground-based equipment to provide advice to the pilot on potential conflicting aircraft that are equipped with SSR transponders;
REG 2012-0923
ACAS [REG 2011-1332]   ACAS (airborne collision avoidance system) airborne collision avoidance [Article 2] Definitionsc
(1) "airborne collision avoidance system (ACAS)" means an aircraft system based on secondary surveillance radar (SSR) transponder signals which operates independently of ground-based equipment to provide advice to the pilot on potential conflicting aircraft that are equipped with SSR transponders;
REG 2011-1332
ACAS [REG 2011-1332w]   ACAS (airborne collision avoidance system) airborne collision avoidance Whereas:
(3) It is necessary to introduce a new software version of the airborne collision avoidance system (ACAS II) to avoid mid-air collision of all aircraft flying in the airspace covered by Regulation (EC) No 216/2008.
REG 2011-1332
ACAS II [REG 2016-0583A]   ACAS (Airborne collision avoidance systems) II airborne collision avoidance [ANNEX] ANNEX : Airborne collision avoidance systems (ACAS) II (Part-ACAS)
AUR.ACAS.1005 Performance requirement
AUR.ACAS.1010 ACAS II training
REG 2016-0583
ACAS II [REG 2011-1332]   ACAS II (airborne collision avoidance system II) [REG 2011-1332] airborne collision avoidance [Article 2] Definitionsc
(2) "airborne collision avoidance system II (ACAS II)" means an airborne collision avoidance system which provides vertical resolution advisories in addition to traffic advisories;
REG 2011-1332
ACAS RA [REG 2015-1018]   ACAS RA (Airborne Collision Avoidance System, Resolution Advisory) list classifying occurrences in civil aviation [ANNEX I] OCCURRENCES RELATED TO THE OPERATION OF THE AIRCRAFT
5. EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT AND METEOROLOGY
(1) A collision or a near collision on the ground or in the air, with another aircraft, terrain or obstacle (1).
(2) ACAS RA (Airborne Collision Avoidance System, Resolution Advisory).
(3) Activation of genuine ground collision system such as GPWS (Ground Proximity Warning System)/TAWS (Terrain Awareness and Warning System) "warning".
(4) Wildlife strike including bird strike.
(5) Foreign object damage/debris (FOD).
(6) Unexpected encounter of poor runway surface conditions.
(7) Wake-turbulence encounters.
(8) Interference with the aircraft by firearms, fireworks, flying kites, laser illumination, high powered lights, lasers, Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems, model aircraft or by similar means.
(9) A lightning strike which resulted in damage to the aircraft or loss or malfunction of any aircraft system.
(10) A hail encounter which resulted in damage to the aircraft or loss or malfunction of any aircraft system.
(11) Severe turbulence encounter or any encounter resulting in injury to occupants or deemed to require a "turbulence check" of the aircraft.
(12) A significant wind shear or thunderstorm encounter which has or could have endangered the aircraft, its occupants or any other person.
(13) Icing encounter resulting in handling difficulties, damage to the aircraft or loss or malfunction of any aircraft system.
(14) Volcanic ash encounter.
REG 2015-1018
ACC [REG 2007-1265]   ACC (area control centre) air-ground voice channel spacing [Article 2] Definitions
4. "area control centre" (hereinafter ACC) means a unit established to provide air traffic control service to controlled flights in control areas under its responsibility;
REG 2007-1265
ACC [REG 2012-0923]   ACC (area control centre) common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
43. "area control centre (ACC)" means a unit established to provide air traffic control service to controlled flights in control areas under its jurisdiction;
REG 2012-0923
accelerate stop distance available [REG 2012-0965A1]   ASDA (accelerate-stop distance available) civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(1) "accelerate-stop distance available (ASDA)" means the length of the take-off run available plus the length of stopway, if such stopway is declared available by the State of the aerodrome and is capable of bearing the mass of the aeroplane under the prevailing operating conditions;
REG 2012-0965
accelerate stop distance available [REG 2014-0139A1]   ASDA (accelerate-stop distance available) requirements and administrative procedures related to aerodromes [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to IV
(2) "accelerate-stop distance available (ASDA)" means the length of the take-off run available plus the length of the stopway, if provided;
REG 2014-0139
acceleration (pre) [COM(2011) 856]   pre-acceleration sound level of motor vehicles [Article 3] Definitions
(15) "pre-acceleration" means application of acceleration control device prior to AA' for the purpose of achieving stable acceleration between AA' and BB' as referred to in figure 1 to Appendix 1 to Annex II;
COM(2011) 0856
acceleration (pre) [Posit 2014-0003]   pre-acceleration sound level of motor vehicles and of replacement silencing systems [Article 3] Definitions
(16) "pre-acceleration" means the application of an acceleration control device prior to AA' for the purpose of achieving stable acceleration between AA' and BB' as referred to in Figure 1 of the Appendix to Annex II;
Posit 2014-0003
acceleration (pre) [REG 2014-0540]   pre-acceleration sound level of motor vehicles and of replacement silencing systems [Article 3] Definitions
(16) "pre-acceleration" means the application of an acceleration control device prior to AA' for the purpose of achieving stable acceleration between AA' and BB' as referred to in Figure 1 of the Appendix to Annex II;
REG 2014-0540
acceleration (reference) [COM(2011) 856]   reference acceleration sound level of motor vehicles [Article 3] Definitions
(12) "reference acceleration" means the required acceleration during the acceleration test on the test track;
COM(2011) 0856
acceleration (reference) [Posit 2014-0003]   reference acceleration sound level of motor vehicles and of replacement silencing systems [Article 3] Definitions
(13) "reference acceleration" means the required acceleration during the acceleration test on the test track;
Posit 2014-0003
acceleration (reference) [REG 2014-0540]   reference acceleration sound level of motor vehicles and of replacement silencing systems [Article 3] Definitions
(13) "reference acceleration" means the required acceleration during the acceleration test on the test track;
REG 2014-0540
acceleration (Rms value of the) [Directive 1978-0764A1(2007-01-01)]   a eff (Rms value of the acceleration) driver's seat on wheeled agricultural or forestry tractors [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
12. Rms value of the acceleration (aeff)
"Rms value of the acceleration (aeff)" means the square root of the mean square of the accelerations.
Directive 1978-0764(2007-01-01)
acceleration (target) [COM(2011) 856]   target acceleration sound level of motor vehicles [Article 3] Definitions
(11) "target acceleration" means acceleration at a partial throttle condition in urban traffic as derived from statistical investigations;
COM(2011) 0856
acceleration (target) [Posit 2014-0003]   target acceleration sound level of motor vehicles and of replacement silencing systems [Article 3] Definitions
(11) "target acceleration" means acceleration at a partial throttle condition in urban traffic as derived from statistical investigations;
Posit 2014-0003
acceleration (target) [REG 2014-0540]   target acceleration sound level of motor vehicles and of replacement silencing systems [Article 3] Definitions
(11) "target acceleration" means acceleration at a partial throttle condition in urban traffic as derived from statistical investigations;
REG 2014-0540
acceleration (Vibration) [Directive 1978-0764A1(2007-01-01)]   a (Vibration acceleration) driver's seat on wheeled agricultural or forestry tractors [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
11. Vibration acceleration (a)
"Vibration acceleration (a)" means the second differential of the vibration displacement with respect to time.
Directive 1978-0764(2007-01-01)
acceleration (vibration, Weighted) [Directive 1978-0764A1(2007-01-01)]   a w (Weighted vibration acceleration) driver's seat on wheeled agricultural or forestry tractors [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
13. Weighted vibration acceleration (aw)
"Weighted vibration acceleration (aw)" means the weighted vibration acceleration determined with the help of a weighting filter in accordance with 2.5.3.3.5.2 of Annex II.
awS = rms value of the weighted seat vibration acceleration measured during a bench test or a standard roadway test;
a wB = rms value of the weighted vibration acceleration measured at the seat attachment during a bench test;
a wB* = reference rms value of the weighted vibration acceleration measured at the seat attachment;
a wS* = corrected rms value of the weighted seat vibration acceleration measured during a bench test;
a wF* = rms value of the weighted vibration acceleration measured at the seat attachment during a standard roadway test.
Directive 1978-0764(2007-01-01)
accelerator [Directive 2013-0059]   accelerator basic safety standards for protection against the dangers arising from exposure to ionising radiation [Article 4] Definitions
(2) "accelerator" means equipment or installation in which particles are accelerated, emitting ionising radiation with energy higher than 1 mega-electron volt (MeV);
Directive 2013-0059
Accelerator [Directive 1996-0029]   Accelerator protection of the health of workers and the general public against the dangers arising from ionizing radiation [TITLE I] DEFINITIONS [Article 1]
Accelerator: apparatus or installation, in which particles are accelerated, emitting ionizing radiation with an energy higher than 1 mega-electron volt (MeV).
Directive 1996-0029
Accent lighting [REG 2012-0874]   Accent lighting energy labelling of electrical lamps and luminaires [Article 2] Definitions
(3) "Accent lighting" means a form of lighting where light is directed so as to highlight an object or a part of an area;
REG 2012-0874
accent lighting [REG 2012-1194]   accent lighting ecodesign requirements for directional lamps, light emitting diode lamps and related equipment [Article 2] Definitions
2. "accent lighting" means a form of lighting where light is directed so as to highlight an object or a part of an area;
REG 2012-1194
acceptable [Directive 2013-0030]   acceptable safety of offshore oil and gas operations [Article 2] Definitions
(8) "acceptable", in relation to a risk, means a level of risk for which the time, cost or effort of further reducing it would be grossly disproportionate to the benefits of such reduction. In assessing whether the time, cost or effort would be grossly disproportionate to the benefits of further reducing the risk, regard shall be had to best practice risk levels compatible with the undertaking;
Directive 2013-0030
Acceptable Daily Intake [REG 2012-1057w]   ADI (Acceptable Daily Intake) dimethyl polysiloxane (E 900) as an anti-foaming agent in food supplements Whereas:
(6) The Report from the Commission on Dietary Food Additive Intake in the European Union concluded that dimethyl polysiloxane (E 900) needed no further examination, since the theoretical intake based on conservative assumptions on food consumption and additive usage did not exceed the Acceptable Daily Intake ("ADI"). ・・・
REG 2012-1057
acceptable daily intake [REG 2005-0396]   acceptable daily intake 【MRL規則】 maximum residue levels of pesticides in or on food and feed of plant and animal origin [Article 3 DefinitionsI]
(j) "acceptable daily intake" means the estimate of the amount of substances in food expressed on a body weight basis, that can be ingested daily over a lifetime, without appreciable risk to any consumer on the basis of all known facts at the time of evaluation, taking into account sensitive groups within the population (e.g. children and the unborn).
REG 2005-0396
acceptable means of compliance [Directive 2016-0797]   acceptable means of compliance interoperability of the rail system within the European Union [Article 2] Definitions
(33) "acceptable means of compliance" means non-binding opinions issued by the Agency to define ways of establishing compliance with the essential requirements;
Directive 2016-0797
acceptable means of compliance [Posit 2016-0002]   acceptable means of compliance interoperability of the rail system [Article 2] Definitions
(33) "acceptable means of compliance" means non-binding opinions issued by the Agency to define ways of establishing compliance with the essential requirements;
Posit 2016-0002
acceptable means of compliance [REG 2012-0965A1]   AMC (acceptable means of compliance) civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(2) "acceptable means of compliance (AMC)" means non-binding standards adopted by the Agency to illustrate means to establish compliance with Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 and its Implementing Rules;
REG 2012-0965
Acceptable means of Compliance [REG 2014-0139A1]   AMC (Acceptable Means of Compliance) requirements and administrative procedures related to aerodromes [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to IV
(1) "Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC)" means non-binding standards adopted by the Agency to illustrate means to establish compliance with Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 and its Implementing Rules;
REG 2014-0139
Acceptable means of Compliance [REG 2014-0452]   AMC (Acceptable Means of Compliance) technical requirements and administrative procedures related to air operations of third country operators [Article 2] Definitions
(1)"alternative means of compliance" are those that propose an alternative to an existing Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC) or those that propose new means to establish compliance with Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 and its Implementing Rules for which no associated AMC have been adopted by the Agency;
REG 2014-0452
acceptable means of compliance [REG 2015-0340]   AMC (acceptable means of compliance) technical requirements and administrative procedures relating to air traffic controllers' licences and certificates [Article 4] Definitions
(2) "acceptable means of compliance (AMC)" means non-binding standards adopted by the Agency to illustrate means by which to establish compliance with Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 and its implementing rules;
REG 2015-0340
acceptable national means of compliance [Directive 2016-0797]   acceptable national means of compliance interoperability of the rail system within the European Union [Article 2] Definitions
(34) "acceptable national means of compliance" means non-binding opinions issued by Member States to define ways of establishing compliance with national rules;
Directive 2016-0797
acceptable national means of compliance [Posit 2016-0002]   acceptable national means of compliance interoperability of the rail system [Article 2] Definitions
(34) "acceptable national means of compliance" means non-binding opinions issued by Member States to define ways of establishing compliance with national rules;
Posit 2016-0002
acceptance [Directive 2013-0030]   acceptance safety of offshore oil and gas operations [Article 2] Definitions
(22) "acceptance", in relation to the report on major hazards, means the communication in writing by the competent authority to the operator or the owner that the report, if implemented as set out therein, meets the requirements of this Directive. Acceptance does not imply any transfer of responsibility for control of major hazards to the competent authority;
Directive 2013-0030
acceptance (date of) [Directive 1997-0005]   date of acceptance cross-border credit transfers [Article 2] Definitions
(l) "date of acceptance" means the date of fulfilment of all the conditions required by the institution as to the execution of the cross-border credit transfer order and relating to the availability of adequate financial cover and the information required to execute that order.
Directive 1997-0005
acceptance (Risk) [Decision 2013-0488Ap1]   Risk acceptance security rules for protecting EU classified information [Appendix A] DEFINITIONS
- "Risk acceptance" is the decision to agree to the further existence of a residual risk after risk treatment.
Decision 2013-0488
acceptance (Risk) [Decision 2015-0444]   Risk acceptance security rules for protecting EU classified information [CHAPTER 5] PROTECTION OF EU CLASSIFIED INFORMATION IN COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CIS) [Article 35] Definitions
(f) "Risk acceptance" is the decision to agree to the further existence of a residual risk after risk treatment;
Decision 2015-0444
acceptance (safety) [REG 2013-0402]   safety acceptance common safety method for risk evaluation and assessment [Article 3] Definitions
(24) "safety acceptance" means status given to the change by the proposer based on the safety assessment report provided by the assessment body;
REG 2013-0402
Acceptance and Action Document (Deviation) [REG 2014-0139]   DAAD (Deviation Acceptance and Action Document) requirements and administrative procedures related to aerodromes [Article 2] Definitions
(10) "Deviation Acceptance and Action Document" (DAAD) means a document established by the Competent Authority to compile evidence provided to justify the acceptance of deviations from the certification specifications issued by the Agency;
REG 2014-0139
acceptance checklist [REG 2012-0965A1]   acceptance checklist civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(3) "acceptance checklist" means a document used to assist in carrying out a check on the external appearance of packages of dangerous goods and their associated documents to determine that all appropriate requirements have been met with;
REG 2012-0965
acceptance criteria (risk) [REG 2013-0402]   risk acceptance criteria common safety method for risk evaluation and assessment [Article 3] Definitions
(15) "risk acceptance criteria" means the terms of reference by which the acceptability of a specific risk is assessed; these criteria are used to determine that the level of a risk is sufficiently low that it is not necessary to take any immediate action to reduce it further;
REG 2013-0402
acceptance framework (certificate, ESCB SSM) [Decision 2016-0188]   ESCB/SSM certificate acceptance framework SSM electronic applications, systems, platforms and services by the European Central Bank and the national competent authorities of the Single Supervisory Mechanism [Article 1] Definitions
5. "ESCB/SSM certificate acceptance framework" means the criteria established by the ESCB Information Technology Committee to identify the certification authorities, both internal and external to the ESCB, which can be trusted in relation to ESCB and Eurosystem electronic applications, systems, platforms and services and in relation to SSM electronic applications, systems, platforms and services.
Decision 2016-0188
acceptance framework (certificate, ESCB) [Decision 2013-0132]   ESCB certificate acceptance framework public key infrastructure for the European System of Central Banks [Article 1] Definitions
13. "ESCB certificate acceptance framework" means the criteria established by the ESCB ITC to identify the certification authorities, both internal and external to the ESCB, which can be trusted in relation to ESCB and Eurosystem electronic applications, systems, platforms and services;
Decision 2013-0132
acceptance of licence [Directive 1991-0670]   acceptance of licences personnel licences for the exercise of functions in civil aviation [Article 2]
(c) acceptance of licences means any act of recognition or validation by a Member State of a licence issued by another Member State together with the privileges and certificates pertaining thereto. The acceptance, which may be effected through the issue by the Member State of a licence of its own, shall not extend beyond the period of validity of the original licence;
Directive 1991-0670
acceptance principle (risk) [REG 2013-0402]   risk acceptance principle common safety method for risk evaluation and assessment [Article 3] Definitions
(18) "risk acceptance principle" means the rules used in order to arrive at the conclusion whether or not the risk related to one or more specific hazards is acceptable;
REG 2013-0402
Accepted Accounting Principle (Generally) [REG 2012-0311w]   GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) elements related to prospectuses and advertisements Whereas:
(2) In order to assess the equivalence of the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) of a third country with adopted IFRS, Commission Regulation (EC) No 1569/2007 ・・・
REG 2012-0311
accepted accounting principle (generally) [REG 2015-2446]   generally accepted accounting principles Union Customs Code [Article 1] Definitions
(20) "generally accepted accounting principles" means the principles which are recognised or have substantial authoritative support within a country at a particular time as to which economic resources and obligations should be recorded as assets and liabilities, which changes in assets and liabilities should be recorded, how the assets and liabilities and changes in them should be measured, what information should be disclosed and how it should be disclosed, and which financial statements should be prepared;
REG 2015-2446
accepted market practice [Directive 2014-0057]   accepted market practice 【market abuse directive】 [Article 2] Definitions
(7) "accepted market practice" means a specific market practice that is accepted by the competent authority of a Member State in accordance with Article 13 of Regulation (EU) No 596/2014;
Directive 2014-0057
accepted market practice [REG 2014-0596]   accepted market practice 【market abuse regulation】 [Article 3] Definitions
1. (9) "accepted market practice" means a specific market practice that is accepted by a competent authority in accordance with Article 13;
REG 2014-0596
Accepted market practices [Directive 2003-0006]   Accepted market practices insider dealing and market manipulation (market abuse) [Article 1]
5. "Accepted market practices" shall mean practices that are reasonably expected in one or more financial markets and are accepted by the competent authority in accordance with guidelines adopted by the Commission in accordance with the regulatory procedure with scrutiny laid down in Article 17(2a).
Directive 2003-0006
accepted specific limit of quantification of an individual congener [REG 2012-0252A1]   The accepted specific limit of quantification of an individual congener methods of sampling and analysis for the official control of levels of dioxins, dioxin-like PCBs and non-dioxin-like PCBs in certain foodstuffs [ANNEX I] Definitions and abbreviations
I. DEFINITIONS
1.5. "The accepted specific limit of quantification of an individual congener" means the concentration of an analyte in the extract of a sample which produces an instrumental response at two different ions to be monitored with an S/N (signal/noise) ratio of 3:1 for the less intensive signal and fulfilment of identification criteria as described, for example, in standard prEN 16215 (Animal feed — Determination of dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs by GC/HRMS and of indicator PCBs by GC/HRMS) and/or in EPA method 1613 revision B.
REG 2012-0252
Accepted specific limit of quantification of an individual congener in a sample [REG 2014-0589]   Accepted specific limit of quantification of an individual congener in a sample methods of sampling and analysis for the control of levels of dioxins, dioxin-like PCBs and non-dioxin-like PCBs in certain foodstuffs [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS
I.DEFINITIONS
1.7. "Accepted specific limit of quantification of an individual congener in a sample" means the lowest content of the analyte that can be measured with reasonable statistical certainty, fulfilling the identification criteria as described in internationally recognised standards, for example, in standard EN 16215:2012 (Animal feed — Determination of dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs by GC/HRMS and of indicator PCBs by GC/HRMS) and/or in EPA methods 1613 and 1668 as revised.
The limit of quantification of an individual congener may be identified as
(a) the concentration of an analyte in the extract of a sample which produces an instrumental response at two different ions to be monitored with a S/N (signal/noise) ratio of 3:1 for the less intensive raw data signal; or, if for technical reasons the signal-to-noise calculation does not provide reliable results,
(b) The lowest concentration point on a calibration curve that gives an acceptable (≦ 30 %) and consistent (measured at least at the start and at the end of an analytical series of samples) deviation to the average relative response factor calculated for all points on the calibration curve in each series of samples.
REG 2014-0589
accepting gifts [2010-C104-02]   Giving and accepting gifts ECB Staff Rules 0.10. Giving and accepting gifts
0.10.1. A "gift" is any benefit or advantage, whether financial or in kind, which is connected in any way with the member of staff's employment with the ECB and which is not the agreed compensation for services delivered, whether given by or offered to the member of staff or to any member of their family or to their close personal acquaintances or professional associates.
0.10.2. The acceptance of a gift shall not, in any event, impair or influence the objectivity and freedom of action of the member of staff and shall not create an inappropriate obligation or expectation on the part of the recipient or the provider.
0.10.3. Members of staff shall neither solicit nor accept gifts from participants in a procurement procedure.
0.10.4. The acceptance of frequent gifts from the same source is prohibited.
0.10.5. Members of staff shall report any gifts received by close family members from sources which are connected in any way with the member of staff’s employment with the ECB.
2010-C104-02
Access [REG 2014-0511 Guide 2016-C313-01]   Access Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization in the Union 1.INTRODUCTION 1.2.Definitions used in this guidance
"Access" means the acquisition of genetic resources or of traditional knowledge associated with genetic resources in a Party to the Nagoya Protocol (Article 3(3) of the Regulation).
REG 2014-0511 Guide 2016-C313-01
access [REG 2014-0511]   access Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization in the Union [Article 3] Definitions
(3) "access" means the acquisition of genetic resources or of traditional knowledge associated with genetic resources in a Party to the Nagoya Protocol;
REG 2014-0511
access (addressee, multi) [Decision 2007-0601A]   multi-addressee access TARGET2-ECB [ANNEX] TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF TARGET2-ECB [TITLE I] GENERAL PROVISIONS [Article 1] Definitions
"multi-addressee access" means the facility by which branches or credit institutions established in the EEA can access the relevant TARGET2 component system by submitting payment orders and/or receiving payments directly to and from the TARGET2 component system; this facility authorises these entities to submit their payment orders through the direct participant's PM account without that participant's involvement,
Decision 2007-0601
access (automated) [REG 2010-0904]   automated access administrative cooperation and combating fraud in the field of value added tax [Article 2]
1.(o) "automated access" means the possibility of access without delay to an electronic system in order to consult certain information contained therein;
REG 2010-0904
access (Bitstream) [Guide 2013-C025-01A2]   Bitstream access rapid deployment of broadband networks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS
Bitstream access: Wholesale access provider installs a high-speed access link to the customer premises and makes this access link available to third parties.
Guide 2013-C025-01
access (conditional) [Decision 2011-0853]   conditional access legal protection of services based on, or consisting of, conditional access [Article 2] Definitions

(b) "conditional access" means any technical measure and/or arrangement permitting access in an intelligible form, and subject to prior individual authorisation, to one of the services mentioned in point (a) of this Article;
Decision 2011-0853
access (electronic, direct) [Directive 2014-0065]   direct electronic access markets in financial instruments [Article 4] Definitions
1. (41) "direct electronic access" means an arrangement where a member or participant or client of a trading venue permits a person to use its trading code so the person can electronically transmit orders relating to a financial instrument directly to the trading venue and includes arrangements which involve the use by a person of the infrastructure of the member or participant or client, or any connecting system provided by the member or participant or client, to transmit the orders (direct market access) and arrangements where such an infrastructure is not used by a person (sponsored access);
Directive 2014-0065
access (grant, to) [REG 1992-0218(2003-07-01)]   to grant access administrative cooperation in the field of indirect taxation (VAT) [Article 2]
1.- "to grant access" shall mean authorizing access to the relevant electronic data base and providing data by electronic means,
REG 1992-0218(2003-07-01)
access (grant, to) [REG 2003-1798(2010-01-01)]   to grant access administrative cooperation in the field of value added tax [Article 2]
17. "to grant access", means to authorise access to the relevant electronic
database and to obtain data by electronic means;
REG 2003-1798(2010-01-01)
access (Internet based) [Guide ECB-2013-0027]   Internet-based access TARGET2 (Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system) [Article 2] Definitions
(42) "Internet-based access" means that the participant has opted for a PM account that can only be accessed via the internet and the participant submits payment messages or control messages to TARGET2 by means of the internet;
Guide ECB-2012-0027
access (Internet-based) [Guide ECB-2010-0012]   Internet-based access Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system (TARGET2) [Article 1] Guideline ECB/2007/2 is amended as follows:
2. Article 2 added
(c) "Internet-based access" means that the participant has opted for a PM account that can only be accessed via the Internet and the participant submits payment messages or control messages to TARGET2 by means of the Internet,
Guide ECB-2010-0012
access (letter of) [REG 2012-0528]   letter of access available on the market and use of biocidal products 【バイオサイド(生物致死性製品)規則←指令】 [Article 3] Definitions
1.(t) "letter of access" means an original document, signed by the data owner or its representative, which states that the data may be used for the benefit of a third party by competent authorities, the Agency, or the Commission for the purposes of this Regulation;
REG 2012-0528
access (letter of) [POSIT 2011-0011]   letter of access making available on the market and use of biocidal products [Article 3] Definitions
1. (t) "letter of access" means an original document, signed by the data owner or its representative, which states that the data may be used for the benefit of a third party by competent authorities, the Agency, or the Commission for the purposes of this Regulation;
POSIT 2011-0011
access (letter of) [REG 2009-1107]   letter of access plant protection products [Article 3] Definitions
12. "letter of access" means an original document by which the owner of data protected under this Regulation agrees to the use of such data under the specific terms and conditions by the competent authority for the purpose of granting an authorisation of a plant protection product or an approval of an active substance, synergist or safener for the benefit of another applicant;
REG 2009-1107
access (means of) [Directive 2006-0042A1]   Means of access 【新・機械指令 ← Directive 98/37/EC】
machinery, lift
[ANNEX I] 3. SUPPLEMENTARY ESSENTIAL HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS TO OFFSET HAZARDS DUE TO THE MOBILITY OF MACHINERY
3.4. PROTECTION AGAINST MECHANICAL HAZARDS
3.4.5. Means of access
Handholds and steps must be designed, constructed and arranged in such a way that the operators use them instinctively and do not use the control devices to assist access.
Directive 2006-0042
access (multi-addressee) [Guide ECB-2010-0012A1]   multi-addressee access Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system (TARGET2) [ANNEX I] 2. Annex II to Guideline ECB/2007/2 is amended as follows:
(c) added:
"multi-addressee access" means the facility by which branches or credit institutions established in the EEA can access the relevant TARGET2 component system by submitting payment orders and/or receiving payments directly to and from the TARGET2 component system; this facility authorises these entities to submit their payment orders through the direct participant's PM account without that participant's involvement,
Guide ECB-2010-0012
access (resale, roaming, wholesale) [REG 2012-0531]   wholesale roaming resale access roaming on public mobile communications networks [Article 2] Definitions
2.(q) "wholesale roaming resale access" means the provision of roaming services on a wholesale basis by a mobile network operator different from the visited network operator to another undertaking for the purpose of that other undertaking providing regulated roaming services to roaming customers.
REG 2012-0531
access (rights of) [REG 2003-2201]   rights of access judgments in matrimonial matters and the matters of parental responsibility [Article 2] Definitions
10. the term "rights of access" shall include in particular the right to take a child to a place other than his or her habitual residence for a limited period of time;
REG 2003-2201
access (roaming, wholesale) [REG 2012-0531]   wholesale roaming access roaming on public mobile communications networks [Article 2] Definitions
2.(o) "wholesale roaming access" means direct wholesale roaming access or wholesale roaming resale access;
REG 2012-0531
access (roaming, wholesale, direct) [REG 2012-0531]   direct wholesale roaming access roaming on public mobile communications networks [Article 2] Definitions
2.(p) "direct wholesale roaming access" means the making available of facilities and/or services by a mobile network operator to another undertaking, under defined conditions, for the purpose of that other undertaking providing regulated roaming services to roaming customers;
REG 2012-0531
access (vehicle type with regard to vehicle) [REG 2012-0130]   vehicle type with regard to vehicle access and manoeuvrability general safety of motor vehicles, their trailers (vehicle access and manoeuvrability) [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "vehicle type with regard to vehicle access and manoeuvrability" means vehicles which do not differ in such essential respects as:
(a) the characteristics of running boards, access steps and handholds;
(b) the characteristics of the reversing device.
REG 2012-0130
access (wholesale) [REG 2014-0651]   wholesale access declaring certain categories of aid compatible with the internal market [Article 2] Definitions [Definitions for aid for broadband infrastructures]
(139) "wholesale access" means access which enables an operator to utilise the facilities of another operator. The widest possible access to be provided over the relevant network shall include, on the basis of the current technological developments, at least the following access products. For FTTH/FTTB networks: ducts access, access to dark fibre, unbundled access to the local loop, and bitstream access. For cable networks: duct access and bit-stream access. For FTTC networks: duct access, sub-loop unbundling and bit-stream access. For passive network infrastructure: duct access, access to dark fibre and/or unbundled access to the local loop. For ADSL-based broadband networks: unbundled access to the local loop, bit-stream access. For mobile or wireless networks: bit-stream, sharing of physical masts and access to the backhaul networks. For satellite platforms: bit-stream access.
REG 2014-0651
access (wholesale, Passive) [Guide 2013-C025-01A2]   Passive wholesale access rapid deployment of broadband networks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS
Passive wholesale access: Access to a transmission medium without any electronic component.
Guide 2013-C025-01
access [Directive 2002-0019]   access access to, and interconnection of, electronic communications networks and associated facilities (Access Directive) [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "access" means the making available of facilities and/or services, to another undertaking, under defined conditions, on either an exclusive or non-exclusive basis, for the purpose of providing electronic communications services. It covers inter alia: access to network elements and associated facilities, which may involve the connection of equipment, by fixed or non-fixed means (in particular this includes access to the local loop and to facilities and services necessary to provide services over the local loop), access to physical infrastructure including buildings, ducts and masts; access to relevant software systems including operational support systems, access to number translation or systems offering equivalent functionality, access to fixed and mobile networks, in particular for roaming, access to conditional access systems for digital television services; access to virtual network services;
Directive 2002-0019
access [Directive 2005-0078A4]   access emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from compression-ignition engines for use in vehicles [ANNEX IV ON-BOARD DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEMS (OBD)]
2. DEFINITIONS
"access" means the availability of all emission-related OBD data including all fault codes required for the inspection, diagnosis, servicing or repair of emissions related parts of the vehicle, via the serial interface of the standard diagnostic connector;
Directive 2005-0078
access and benefit sharing Regulation [REG 2014-0511 Guide 2016-C313-01]   ABS(access and benefit-sharing) Regulation Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization in the Union 1.INTRODUCTION
This document is intended to provide guidance on the provisions and implementation of Regulation (EU) No 511/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 April 2014 on compliance measures for users from the Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilisation in the Union (1) ("the EU ABS Regulation" or "the Regulation").
The EU ABS Regulation implements in the EU those international rules (contained in the Nagoya Protocol) which govern user compliance — i.e. what users of genetic resources have to do in order to comply with the rules on access and benefit-sharing (ABS) established by the countries providing genetic resources. The Nagoya Protocol also contains rules concerning access measures — but those are not covered by the EU ABS Regulation and accordingly are not addressed in this guidance document.
REG 2014-0511 Guide 2016-C313-01
access charge (track) [REG 2015-1100]   TACs (track access charges) reporting obligations in the framework of rail market monitoring [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "track access charges" (TACs) means charges collected for the minimum access package referred to in point 1 of Annex II to Directive 2012/34/EU;
REG 2015-1100
access conditions [Posit 2010-0004]   access conditions rights of passengers in bus and coach transport [Article 3] Definitions
(m) "access conditions" means relevant standards, guidelines and information on the accessibility of buses and/or of designated terminals including their facilities for disabled persons or persons with reduced mobility;
Posit 2010-0004
access conditions [Posit 2010-0005]   access conditions rights of passengers when travelling by sea and inland waterway [Article 3] Definitions
(c) "access conditions" means relevant standards, guidelines and information on the accessibility of port terminals and ships including their facilities for disabled persons or persons with reduced mobility;
Posit 2010-0005
access conditions [REG 2010-1177]   access conditions rights of passengers when travelling by sea and inland waterway [Article 3] Definitions
(c) "access conditions" means relevant standards, guidelines and information on the accessibility of port terminals and ships including their facilities for disabled persons or persons with reduced mobility;
REG 2010-1177
access conditions [REG 2011-0181]   access conditions rights of passengers in bus and coach transport [Article 3] Definitions
(k) "access conditions" means relevant standards, guidelines and information on the accessibility of buses and/or of designated terminals including their facilities for disabled persons or persons with reduced mobility;
REG 2011-0181
access control [REG 2008-0300]   access control civil aviation security [Article 3] Definitions
10. "access control" means the application of means by which the entry of unauthorised persons or unauthorised vehicles, or both, may be prevented;
REG 2008-0300
access device (conditional) [Decision 2011-0853]   conditional access device legal protection of services based on, or consisting of, conditional access [Article 2] Definitions

(c) "conditional access device" means any equipment, software and/or arrangement designed or adapted to give access in an intelligible form to one of the services mentioned in point (a) of this Article;
Decision 2011-0853
access facility [REG 2013-0557]   access facilities Statistics as regards access to confidential data for scientific purposes [Article 2] Definitions
(5) "access facilities" means the physical or virtual environment and its organisational setting where access to confidential data for scientific purposes is provided;
REG 2013-0557
Access Network (Next Generation) [Guide 2013-C025-01A2]   Next Generation Access Network rapid deployment of broadband networks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS
Next Generation Access Network: Access networks which rely wholly or partly on optical elements and which are capable of delivering broadband access services with enhanced characteristics as compared to existing basic broadband network
Guide 2013-C025-01
access network (next generation) [REG 2014-0651]   NGA (next generation access) networks declaring certain categories of aid compatible with the internal market [Article 2] Definitions [Definitions for aid for broadband infrastructures]
(138) "next generation access (NGA) networks" means advanced networks which have at least the following characteristics: (a) deliver services reliably at a very high speed per subscriber through optical (or equivalent technology) backhaul sufficiently close to user premises to guarantee the actual delivery of the very high speed; (b) support a variety of advanced digital services including converged all-IP services, and (c) have substantially higher upload speeds (compared to basic broadband networks). At the current stage of market and technological development, NGA networks are: (a) fibre-based access networks (FTTx), (b) advanced upgraded cable networks and (c) certain advanced wireless access networks capable of delivering reliable high-speeds per subscriber.
REG 2014-0651
access network (next generation) [RECOM 2010-0572]   next generation access networks (NGAs) Next Generation Access Networks (NGA) Aim and Scope
1. The aim of this Recommendation is to foster the development of the single market by enhancing legal certainty and promoting investment, competition and innovation in the market for broadband services in particular in the transition to next generation access networks (NGAs).
RECOM 2010-0572
access network (Next generation) [RECOM 2010-057211]   Next generation access (NGA) networks (NGAs) Next Generation Access Networks (NGA) Definitions
11 "Next generation access (NGA) networks" (NGAs) means wired access networks which consist wholly or in part of optical elements and which are capable of delivering broadband access services with enhanced characteristics (such as higher throughput) as compared to those provided over already existing copper networks. In most cases NGAs are the result of an upgrade of an already existing copper or co-axial access network.
RECOM 2010-0572
access point [Directive 2014-0061]   access point reduce the cost of deploying high-speed electronic communications networks [Article 2] Definitions
(11) "access point" means a physical point, located inside or outside the building, accessible to undertakings providing or authorised to provide public communications networks, where connection to the high-speed-ready in-building physical infrastructure is made available.
Directive 2014-0061
access point [REG 2013-0885]   access point 【ITS指令関連】
information services for safe and secure parking places for trucks and commercial vehicles
[Article 2] Definitions
(12) "access point" means a digital point of access where the information on parking places is collected, processed, and made available to be disseminated. These points of access will provide the possibility to disseminate the information services across borders;
REG 2013-0885
access point [REG 2013-0886]   access point 【ITS指令関連】
road safety-related minimum universal traffic information free of charge to users
[Article 2] Definitions
(o) "access point" means a digital point of access where the road safety-related traffic data necessary for generating the road safety-related minimum universal traffic information are collected, formatted, and made available for exchange and reuse;
REG 2013-0886
access point [REG 2014-1312]   access point interoperability of spatial data services [Article 1] Regulation (EU) No 1089/2010 is amended as follows:
(2) in Article 2 the following points 31 to 38 are added:
32. "access point" means an internet address containing a detailed description of a spatial data service, including a list of end points to allow its execution,
REG 2014-1312
access point [REG 2015-0962]   access point EU-wide real-time traffic information services [Article 2] Definitions
(17) "access point" means a digital interface where the static road data, dynamic road status data and traffic data, together with the corresponding metadata are made accessible for re-use to users, or where the sources and metadata of these data are made accessible for re-use to users;
REG 2015-0962
Access Point (National) [REG 2013-0603]   National Access Point Eurodac, Europol [Article 2] Definitions
1. (e) "National Access Point" means the designated national system which communicates with the Central System;
REG 2013-0603
access point (network, wireless) [REG 2013-0801a1]   wireless network access point ecodesign requirements for standby, off mode electric power consumption of electrical and electronic household and office equipment [Article 1] Amendments to Regulation (EC) No 1275/2008
(3) the following definitions are added in Article 2:
22. "wireless network access point" means a device whose primary function is to provide IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) connectivity to multiple clients;
REG 2013-0801
access point (network, wireless) [REG 2013-0801a2]   wireless network access point ecodesign requirements for standby, off mode electric power consumption of electrical and electronic household and office equipment [Article 2] Amendments to Regulation (EC) No 642/2009
(1) in Article 2, the following definitions are added:
21. "wireless network access point" means a device that, as its primary function, provides IEEE 802.11 (Wi-Fi) connectivity to multiple clients.;
REG 2013-0801
access point [REG 2009-0987012]   access point coordination of social security systems [Article 1] Definitions
2. (a) "access point" means an entity providing:
(i) an electronic contact point;
(ii) automatic routing based on the address; and
(iii) intelligent routing based on software that enables automatic checking and routing (for example, an artificial intelligence application) and/or human intervention;
REG 2009-0987
access point name (Internet, EU) [REG 2012-1203]   EU-Internet access point name (APN) separate sale of regulated retail roaming services within the Union [Article 2] Definitions
(c) "EU-Internet access point name (APN)" means a common identifier set, manually or automatically, in the roaming customer’s mobile device and recognised by the home network and visited network to indicate the roaming customer's choice to use local data roaming services;
REG 2012-1203
access points [Directive 1997-0067]   access points 【郵便業務指令】
postal services
[Article 2]
3. access points: physical facilities, including letter boxes provided for the public either on the public highway or at the premises of the postal service provider(s), where postal items may be deposited with the postal network by senders;
Directive 1997-0067
access product (Wholesale) [Guide 2013-C025-01A2]   Wholesale access products rapid deployment of broadband networks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS
Wholesale access products: Access enables an operator to utilise the facilities of another operator. The wholesale access products that can be provided over the subsidised network are the following.
- FTTH/FTTB network: ducts access, access to dark fibre, unbundled access to the local loop (WDM-PON or optical distribution frame (ODF) unbundling), and bitstream access.
- Cable networks: duct access and bitstream access.
- FTTC networks: duct access, sub-loop unbundling and bitstream access.
- Passive network infrastructure: duct access, access to dark fibre and/or unbundled access to the local loop. In case of an integrated operator: the access obligations (differing from the passive infrastructure access) shall be imposed in accordance with the provisions of the NGA Recommendation.
- ADSL-based broadband networks: unbundled access to the local loop, bitstream access.
- Mobile or wireless networks: bitstream, sharing of physical masts and access to the backhaul networks.
- Satellite platform: bitstream access.
Guide 2013-C025-01
access right [REG 2013-1290]   access rights Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "access rights" means rights to use results or background under the terms and conditions laid down in accordance with this Regulation;
REG 2013-1290
access right (spectrum, shared) [2012-MEMO-0636]   SSAR (shared spectrum access rights) radio spectrum ・What is being proposed to foster wireless innovations?
 Using economies of scale made possible by a common approach to encourage the shared use of the radio spectrum in the EU.
 This would work by identifying beneficial sharing opportunities (BSO) in spectrum bands and by enabling regulators to define shared spectrum access rights (SSAR) to create the necessary economic incentives.  With these tools, spectrum access can be granted to innovators who deploy technologies that facilitate sharing. Innovators could use the information provided in the spectrum inventory to identify beneficial sharing opportunities (BSO) in both licensed and licence-exempt spectrum bands and apply for access. Regulators could encourage contracts between users, who would all have shared spectrum access rights. Incumbent spectrum holders could use their resources more efficiently by sharing them on a contractual basis.
2012-MEMO-0636
Access segment [Guide 2013-C025-01A2]   Access segment rapid deployment of broadband networks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY OF TECHNICAL TERMS
Access segment: "Last mile" segment connecting the backhaul network with the end-user premises.
Guide 2013-C025-01
access service (internet) [Posit 2015-0014]   internet access service 【Universal Service Directive】 universal service and users' rights relating to electronic communications networks and services [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "internet access service" means a publicly available electronic communications service that provides access to the internet, and thereby connectivity to virtually all end points of the internet, irrespective of the network technology and terminal equipment used.
Posit 2015-0014
access service (internet) [REG 2015-2120]   internet access service universal service and users' rights (electronic communications networks and services) [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "internet access service" means a publicly available electronic communications service that provides access to the internet, and thereby connectivity to virtually all end points of the internet, irrespective of the network technology and terminal equipment used.
REG 2015-2120
access system (conditional) [Directive 2002-0021]   conditional access system common regulatory framework for electronic communications networks and services (Framework Directive) [Article 2] Definitions
(f) "conditional access system" means any technical measure and/or arrangement whereby access to a protected radio or television broadcasting service in intelligible form is made conditional upon subscription or other form of prior individual authorisation;
Directive 2002-0021
access system (conditional) [REG 2002-0021]   conditional access system common regulatory framework for electronic communications networks and services (Framework Directive) [Article 2] Definitions
(f) "conditional access system" means any technical measure and/or arrangement whereby access to a protected radio or television broadcasting service in intelligible form is made conditional upon subscription or other form of prior individual authorisation;
REG 2002-0021
access to confidential data [REG 2002-0831]   access to confidential data Community Statistics, concerning access to confidential data for scientific purposes [Article 2] Definitions
- "access to confidential data" shall mean either access on the premises of the Community authority or release of anonymised microdata,
REG 2002-0831
access to EUCI (Authorisation for) [Decision 2013-0488Ap1]   Authorisation for access to EUCI security rules for protecting EU classified information [Appendix A] DEFINITIONS
"Authorisation for access to EUCI" means a decision by the GSC Appointing Authority taken on the basis of an assurance given by a competent authority of a Member State that a GSC official, other servant or seconded national expert may, provided his "need-to-know" has been determined and he has been appropriately briefed on his responsibilities, be granted access to EUCI up to a specified level (CONFIDENTIEL UE/EU CONFIDENTIAL or above) until a specified date;
Decision 2013-0488
access to EUCI (authorisation for) [Decision 2015-0444]   authorisation for access to EUCI security rules for protecting EU classified information [CHAPTER 2] PERSONNEL SECURITY [Article 9] Definitions
(1) "authorisation for access to EUCI" means a decision by the Commission Security Authority taken on the basis of an assurance given by a competent authority of a Member State that a Commission official, other servant or seconded national expert may, provided his "need-to-know" has been determined and he has been appropriately briefed on his responsibilities, be granted access to EUCI up to a specified level (CONFIDENTIEL UE/EU CONFIDENTIAL or above) until a specified date; the individual thus described is said to be "security authorised".
Decision 2015-0444
access to information (exchange of and) [REG 2014-0513]   exchange of and access to information Internal Security Fund [Article 2] Definitions
(b) "exchange of and access to information" means the secure collection, storage, processing, analysis and exchange of information relevant to the authorities as referred to in Article 87 TFEU in relation to the prevention, detection, investigation, and prosecution of criminal offences, in particular cross-border, serious and organised crime;
REG 2014-0513
access to information [REG 2008-0692]   access to information access to vehicle repair and maintenance information [Article 2 Definitions]
23. "access to information" means the availability of all vehicle OBD and vehicle repair and maintenance information, required for the inspection, diagnosis, servicing or repair of the vehicle.
REG 2008-0692
accessed genetic resource (illegally) [REG 2014-0511]   illegally accessed genetic resources Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization in the Union [Article 3] Definitions
(8) "illegally accessed genetic resources" means genetic resources and traditional knowledge associated with genetic resources which were not accessed in accordance with the national access and benefit-sharing legislation or regulatory requirements of the provider country that is a Party to the Nagoya Protocol requiring prior informed consent;
REG 2014-0511
accessibility (physical) [Directive 2009-0119]   physical accessibility maintain minimum stocks of crude oil and/or petroleum products [Article 2] Definitions
(m) "physical accessibility" means arrangements for locating and transporting stocks to ensure their release or effective delivery to end users and markets within time frames and conditions conducive to alleviating the supply problems which may have arisen.
Directive 2009-0119
accessibility [REG 2009-0223]   accessibility (Statistical quality) transmission of data subject to statistical confidentiality to the Statistical Office [Article 12] Statistical quality
1. To guarantee the quality of results, European statistics shall be developed, produced and disseminated on the basis of uniform standards and of harmonised methods. In this respect, the following quality criteria shall apply:
(a) "relevance", which refers to the degree to which statistics meet current and potential needs of the users;
(b) "accuracy", which refers to the closeness of estimates to the unknown true values;
(c) "timeliness", which refers to the period between the availability of the information and the event or phenomenon it describes;
(d) "punctuality", which refers to the delay between the date of the release of the data and the target date (the date by which the data should have been delivered);
(e) "accessibility" and "clarity", which refer to the conditions and modalities by which users can obtain, use and interpret data;
(f) "comparability", which refers to the measurement of the impact of differences in applied statistical concepts, measurement tools and procedures where statistics are compared between geographical areas, sectoral domains or over time;
(g) "coherence", which refers to the adequacy of the data to be reliably combined in different ways and for various uses.
REG 2009-0223
accessibility of the data [REG 2015-0962]   accessibility of the data EU-wide real-time traffic information services [Article 2] Definitions
(5) "accessibility of the data" means a possibility to request and obtain the data at any time in a machine readable format;
REG 2015-0962
accessible cord(s), chain(s), ball-chain(s) or similar [Decision 2011-0477]   accessible cord(s), chain(s), ball-chain(s) or similar safety requirements (certain risks posed to children by internal blinds, corded window coverings) [Article 1]
(e) "accessible cord(s), chain(s), ball-chain(s) or similar" shall mean cord(s), chain(s), ball-chain(s) or similar that are exposed from the front, back or side of the blind or window covering, and can be reached and pulled by a young child, creating a strangulation hazard. Height is not considered as a restriction to accessibility.
Decision 2011-0477
accessible information (Publicly) [Decision 2014-0333]   Publicly accessible information protection of personal data in the European e-Justice Portal [Article 2] Definitions
(c) "Publicly accessible information" means information which is accessible to the public via the internet;
Decision 2014-0333
accessible to the public (recharging or refuelling point) [Directive 2014-0094]   recharging or refuelling point accessible to the public alternative fuels infrastructure [Article 2] Definitions
(7)"recharging or refuelling point accessible to the public" means a recharging or refuelling point to supply an alternative fuel which provides Union-wide non-discriminatory access to users. Non-discriminatory access may include different terms of authentication, use and payment;
Directive 2014-0094
Accession Assistance (Pre, Instrument for) [REG 2012-0153w]   IPA (Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance) IPA (Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance) Whereas:
(1) Council Regulation (EC) No 1085/2006 of 17 July 2006 establishing an Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA) provides for assistance to candidate countries and potential candidate countries in their progressive alignment with the standards and policies of the Union, including where appropriate the acquis, with a view to membership.
REG 2012-0153
accession Assistance for the period from 2014 to 2020 (Pre, Instrument for) [REG 2014-0231]   IPA II (Instrument for Pre–accession Assistance for the period from 2014 to 2020) Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance (IPA II) [Article 1] General objective
The Instrument for Pre–accession Assistance for the period from 2014 to 2020 ("IPA II") shall support the beneficiaries listed in Annex I in adopting and implementing the political, institutional, legal, administrative, social and economic reforms required by those beneficiaries in order to comply with the Union's values and to progressively align to the Union's rules, standards, policies and practices, with a view to Union membership.
REG 2014-0231
accessories (Pressure) [Directive 1997-0023]   Pressure accessories 【旧・圧力機器指令 → DIRECTIVE 2014/68/EU】
pressure equipment
[Article 1] Scope and definitions
2.1.4. "Pressure accessories" means devices with an operational function and having pressure-bearing housings.
Directive 1997-0023
accessories (Safety) [Directive 1997-0023]   Safety accessories 【旧・圧力機器指令 → DIRECTIVE 2014/68/EU】
pressure equipment
[Article 1] Scope and definitions
2.1.3. "Safety accessories" means devices designed to protect pressure equipment against the allowable limits being exceeded. Such devices include:
— devices for direct pressure limitation, such as safety valves, bursting disc safety devices, buckling rods, controlled safety pressure relief systems (CSPRS), and
— limiting devices, which either activate the means for correction or provide for shutdown or shutdown and lockout, such as pressure switches or temperature switches or fluid level switches and "safety related measurement control and regulation (SRMCR)" devices.
Directive 1997-0023
Accessories [Directive 1995-0001A2]   Accessories maximum design speed, maximum torque and maximum net engine power of two or three-wheel motor vehicles [ANNEX II] [Appendix 1] Determination of the maximum torque and maximum net power of sparkignition
engines for mopeds
1. DEFINITIONS
1.5. Accessories means: all apparatus and devices listed in Table 1;
[TABLE 1] Accessories to be fitted during the test in order to determine torque and net engine power
No / Accessories / Fitted for the torque and net-power test
[表]
1 Induction system
— Induction manifold、— Air filter、— Inlet silencer、— Crankcase gas recycling、— Speed-limiting device / If series-mounted: yes
2 Exhaust system
— Exhaust clean-up system、— Manifold、— Pipework (1)、— Silencer (1)、— Exhaust pipe (1) / If series-mounted: yes
3 Carburettor / If series-mounted: yes
4 Fuel injection system
— Upstream filter、— Filter、— Pump、— Pipework、— Injector、— Where fitted, air inlet flap (2)、— Regulator (if fitted) / If series-mounted: yes
5 Liquid-cooling equipment
— Radiator、— Fan (4) (5)、— Water Pump、— Thermostat (6) / If series-mounted: yes)) (3)
6 Air cooling
— Cowling、— Blower (4) (5)、— Temperature regulator、— Auxiliary bench blower / If series-mounted: yes, if necessary
7 Electrical equipment / If series-mounted: yes (7)
8 Anti-pollution devices / If series-mounted: yes
9 Lubrication system
— Oil feeder / If series-mounted: yes
Directive 1995-0001
accessories [Directive 1995-0001A2A2]   accessories maximum design speed, maximum torque and maximum net engine power of two or three-wheel motor vehicles [ANNEX II] [Appendix 2] Determination of the maximum torque and maximum net power of sparkignition
engines for motorcycles and tricycles
1.5. "accessories" means: the items of equipment and devices listed in Table 1;
[Table 1] Accessories to be included in the test to determine torque and maximum net engine power
[表]
N. / Accessories / If fitted for torque and net engine power test
1 Induction system
— Inlet manifold、— Air filter、— Induction silencer、— Crankcase emission control system、— Speed limiting device、— Electrical control device (where fitted) / If series-mounted: yes
2 Induction manifold heater / If series-mounted: yes (if possible, it must be set in the most favourable position)
3 Exhaust system
-Exhaust manifold、— Pipework (1)、— Silencer (1)、— Exhaust pipe (1)、— Supercharger、— Electrical control device (where fitted) / If series-mounted: yes
4 Fuel supply pump / If series-mounted: yes
5 Carburettor / If series-mounted: yes
6 Fuel injection equipment
— Prefilter、— Filter、— Pump、— High-pressure lines、— Injector、— possibly, air inlet flap (2) / If series-mounted: yes
7 Liquid cooling equipment
— Engine bonnet、— Radiator、— Fan (4) (5)、— Fan cowl、— Water pump、— Thermostat (6) / If series-mounted: yes (3)
8 Air cooling
— Cowl、— Blower (4) (5)、— Temperature-regulating device / If series-mounted: yes
9 Electrical equipment / If series-mounted: yes (7)
10 Supercharging equipment (where fitted)
— Compressor driven directly by the engine and/or by the exhaust gases、— Intercooler、— Coolant pump or fan (engine driven)、— Coolant flow control device (where fitted) / If series-mounted: yes
11 Oil cooler (where fitted) / If series-mounted: yes
12 Anti-pollution devices / If series-mounted: yes
13 Lubrication system
— Oil feeder / If series-mounted: yes
Directive 1995-0001
accessories [Directive 1995-0001A2A3]   accessories maximum design speed, maximum torque and maximum net engine power of two or three-wheel motor vehicles [ANNEX II] [Appendix 3] Determination of the maximum torque and maximum net power of compression- ignition engines fitted to two or three-wheel vehicles
1.5. "accessories" means: the items of equipment and devices listed in Table 1;
[TABLE 1] Accessories to be included for the test to determine the torque and net power of compression-ignition engines
[表]
No / Accessories / Fitted for torque and net power tests
1 Intake system
— Intake manifold、— Air filter (1a)、— Intake silencer (1a)、— Crankcase emission control system、— Speed limiting device (1a) / If series-mounted: yes
2 Induction-heating device equipment
— Intake manifold / If series-mounted: yes (if possible, it must be set in the most favorable position)
3 Exhaust system
— Exhaust purifier、— Exhaust manifold、— Connecting pipes (1b)、— Silencer (1b)、— Tail pipe (1b)、— Exhaust brake (1)、— Supercharging device / If series-mounted: yes
4 Fuel supply pump (2) / If series-mounted: yes
5 Fuel-injection equipment
— Prefilter、— Filter、— Pump、— High pressure pipe、— Injector、— Air intake valve if fitted equipment(3)、— Electronic control system, air flow meter, air, … (if fitted) / If series-mounted: yes
6 Liquid-cooling equipment
— Engine bonnet、— Bonnet air outlet、— Radiator、— Fan (4) (5)、— Fan cowl、— Water pump、— Thermostat (6) / If series-mounted: yes (4)
7 Air cooling
— Cowl、— Blower (4) (5)、— Temperature-regulating device / If series-mounted: yes
8 Electrical equipment / If series-mounted: yes (7)
9 Supercharging equipment (if fitted)
— Compressor driven either directly by the engine and/or by the exhaust gases、— Charge air cooler (8)、— Coolant pump or fan (enginedriven)、— Coolant flow control device (if fitted) /If series-mounted: yes
10 Auxiliary test-bench fan / If necessary: yes
11 Anti-pollution device (9) / If series-mounted: yes
Directive 1995-0001
Accessory [Agreement Decision 2013-0107ACIII]   Accessory energy-efficiency labelling programmes for office equipment (対 U.S.A.) [ANNEX C] COMMON SPECIFICATIONS
III. IMAGING EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS
A. Definitions
29. Accessory — An optional piece of peripheral equipment that is not necessary for the operation of the base unit, but that may be added before or after shipment in order to add functionality. An accessory may be sold separately under its own model number, or sold with a base unit as part of a package or configuration.
Agreement Decision 2013-0107
accessory [REG 2014-0134]   accessories environmental and propulsion unit performance requirements [Article 2] Definitions
(48) "accessories" means all apparatus and devices listed in Table Ap2.1-1 or Ap2.2-1 of Annex X.
REG 2014-0134
Accessory (Intrinsic safety) [Directive 1982-0130AB]   Intrinsic safety
Accessory
electrical equipment for use in potentially explosive atmospheres in mines susceptible to firedamp [ANNEX B] [Appendix 3] 2. Definitions
2.4. Accessory
Electrical apparatus which contains only components for connecting and switching intrinsically safe circuits and which dono t prejudice the intrinsic safety of the system, such as terminal boxes, junction boxes, plugs and sockets and similar items, switches, etc.
Directive 1982-0130
accessory (lifting) [Directive 2006-0042]   lifting accessory 【新・機械指令 ← Directive 98/37/EC】
machinery, lift
[Article 2] Definitions
(d) "lifting accessory" means a component or equipment not attached to the lifting machinery, allowing the load to be held, which is placed between the machinery and the load or on the load itself, or which is intended to constitute an integral part of the load and which is independently placed on the market; slings and their components are also regarded as lifting accessories;
Directive 2006-0042
accessory (pressure) [Directive 2014-0068]   pressure accessories 【圧力機器指令 ← Directive 97/23/EC】
making available on the market of pressure equipment
[Article 2] Definitions
(5) "pressure accessories" means devices with an operational function and having pressure-bearing housings;
Directive 2014-0068
accessory (safety) [Directive 2014-0068]   safety accessories 【圧力機器指令 ← Directive 97/23/EC】
making available on the market of pressure equipment
[Article 2] Definitions
(4) "safety accessories" means devices designed to protect pressure equipment against the allowable limits being exceeded, including devices for direct pressure limitation, such as safety valves, bursting disc safety devices, buckling rods, controlled safety pressure relief systems (CSPRS), and limiting devices, which either activate the means for correction or provide for shutdown or shutdown and lockout, such as pressure switches or temperature switches or fluid level switches and safety related measurement control and regulation (SRMCR) devices;
Directive 2014-0068
accessory [Directive 1993-0042]   accessory 【医療機器指令】
ME (medical devices)
[Article 1] Definitions, scope
2. (b) "accessory" means an article which whilst not being a device is intended specifically by its manufacturer to be used together with a device to enable it to be used in accordance with the use of the device intended by the manufacturer of the device;
Directive 1993-0042
accessory [Directive 1998-0079]   accessory 【インビトロ診断機器指令】
in vitro diagnostic medical devices
[Article 1] Scope, definitions
2. (c) "accessory" means an article which, whilst not being an in vitro diagnostic medical device, is intended specifically by its manufacturer to be used together with a device to enable that device to be used in accordance withits intended purpose.
For the purposes of this definition, invasive sampling devices or those which are directly applied to the human body for the purpose of obtaining a specimen within the meaning of Directive 93/42/EEC shall not be considered to be accessories to in vitro diagnostic medical devices;
Directive 1998-0079
accessory for a medical device [Posit 2017-0002] accessory for a medical device medical devices [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "accessory for a medical device" means an article which, whilst not being itself a medical device, is intended by its manufacturer to be used together with one or several particular medical device(s) to specifically enable the medical device(s) to be used in accordance with its/their intended purpose(s) or to specifically and directly assist the medical functionality of the medical device(s) in terms of its/their intended purpose(s);
Posit 2017-0002
accessory for an in vitro diagnostic medical device [Posit 2017-0003] accessory for an in vitro diagnostic medical device 【インビトロ診断機器指令】
in vitro diagnostic medical devices
[Article 2] Definitions
(4) "accessory for an in vitro diagnostic medical device" means an article which, whilst not being itself an in vitro diagnostic medical device, is intended by its manufacturer to be used together with one or several particular in vitro diagnostic medical device(s) to specifically enable the in vitro diagnostic medical device(s) to be used in accordance with its/their intended purpose(s) or to specifically and directly assist the medical functionality of the in vitro diagnostic medical device(s) in terms of its/their intended purpose(s);
Posit 2017-0003
Accident [Decision 2012-0757AW]   Accident technical specification for interoperability relating to the 'operation and traffic management' subsystem of the rail system [Appendix W] Glossary
The definitions in this glossary refer to the use of terms in this TSI OPE.(Operation and Traffic Management)
Accident : As defined in Article 3 of Directive 2004/49/EC.
Decision 2012-0757
accident [Directive 2016-0798]   accident railway safety [Article 3] Definitions
(11) "accident" means an unwanted or unintended sudden event or a specific chain of such events which have harmful consequences; accidents are divided into the following categories: collisions; derailments; level crossing accidents; accidents to persons involving rolling stock in motion; fires and others;
Directive 2016-0798
accident [Posit 2016-0003]   accident 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Article 3] Definitions
(11) "accident" means an unwanted or unintended sudden event or a specific chain of such events which have harmful consequences; accidents are divided into the following categories: collisions; derailments; level crossing accidents; accidents to persons involving rolling stock in motion; fires and others;
Posit 2016-0003
accident [REG 2014-0376]   accident reporting, analysis and follow-up of occurrences in civil aviation, [Article 2] Definitions
(5) "accident" means an accident within the meaning of Regulation (EU) No 996/2010;
REG 2014-0376
accident (catastrophic) [REG 2015-1136]   catastrophic accident common safety method for risk evaluation and assessment [Article 1] Implementing Regulation (EU) No 402/2013 is amended as follows:
(1) Article 3 is amended as follows:
(b) point (23) is replaced by the following:
(23) "catastrophic accident" means an accident typically affecting a large number of people and resulting in multiple fatalities;
REG 2015-1136
accident (consequence of, delay as a, Cost of) [Directive 2016-0798Ap]   Cost of delays as a consequence of accidents railway safety [Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
5. Common methodologies to calculate the economic impact of accidents
5.3. Definitions
5.3.3. "Cost of delays as a consequence of accidents" means the monetary value of delays incurred by users of rail transport (passengers and freight customers) as a consequence of accidents, calculated by the following model:
VT = monetary value of travel time savings
Value of time for a passenger of a train (an hour) VTP = 【式】
Directive 2016-0798
accident (consequence of, delay as a, Cost of) [Posit 2016-0003A1AP]   Cost of delays as a consequence of accidents 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
5. Common methodologies to calculate the economic impact of accidents
5.3. Definitions
5.3.3. "Cost of delays as a consequence of accidents" means the monetary value of delays incurred by users of rail transport (passengers and freight customers) as a consequence of accidents, calculated by the following model:
VT = monetary value of travel time savings
Value of time for a passenger of a train (an hour)
VTP = 【式】
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Posit 2016-0003
accident (critical) [REG 2015-1136]   critical accident common safety method for risk evaluation and assessment [Article 1] Implementing Regulation (EU) No 402/2013 is amended as follows:
(1) Article 3 is amended as follows:
(c) the following points (32) to (37) are added:
(35) "critical accident" means an accident typically affecting a very small number of people and resulting in at least one fatality;
REG 2015-1136
accident (crossing, level) [Directive 2014-0088Ap]   level crossing accident 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.8. "level crossing accident" means any accident at level crossings involving at least one railway vehicle and one or more crossing vehicles, other crossing users such as pedestrians or other objects temporarily present on or near the track if lost by a crossing vehicle or user;
Directive 2014-0088
accident (crossing, level) [Directive 2016-0798Ap]   level crossing accident railway safety [Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.8. "level crossing accident" means any accident at level crossings involving at least one railway vehicle and one or more crossing vehicles, other crossing users such as pedestrians or other objects temporarily present on or near the track if lost by a crossing vehicle or user;
Directive 2016-0798
accident (crossing, level) [Posit 2016-0003A1AP]   level crossing accident 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.8. "level crossing accident" means any accident at level crossings involving at least one railway vehicle and one or more crossing vehicles, other crossing users such as pedestrians or other objects temporarily present on or near the track if lost by a crossing vehicle or user;
Posit 2016-0003
accident (fatal) [REG 2011-0349]   a fatal accident Community statistics on public health and health and safety at work, as regards statistics on accidents at work [Article 1] Definitions
(b) "a fatal accident" means an accident which leads to the death of a victim within 1 year of the accident;
REG 2011-0349
accident (goods, dangerous) [REG 2012-0965A1]   dangerous goods accident civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(33) "dangerous goods accident" means an occurrence associated with and related to the transport of dangerous goods by air which results in fatal or serious injury to a person or major property damage;
REG 2012-0965
ACCIDENT (MAJOR) [Directive 1982-0501]   MAJOR ACCIDENT major-accident hazards of certain industrial activities 【Seveso I 指令】 2.( C ) MAJOR ACCIDENT MEANS :
- AN OCCURRENCE SUCH AS A MAJOR EMISSION , FIRE OR EXPLOSION RESULTING FROM UNCONTROLLED DEVELOPMENTS IN THE COURSE OF AN INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY , LEADING TO A SERIOUS DANGER TO MAN , IMMEDIATE OR DELAYED , INSIDE OR OUTSIDE THE ESTABLISHMENT , AND/OR TO THE ENVIRONMENT , AND INVOLVING ONE OR MORE DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES ;
Directive 1982-0501
accident (major) [Directive 1996-0082(2008-12-11)]   major accident control of major-accident hazards involving dangerous substances【Seveso II 指令】 [Article 3] Definitions
5. "major accident" shall mean an occurrence such as a major emission, fire, or explosion resulting from uncontrolled developments in the course of the operation of any establishment covered by this Directive, and leading to serious danger to human health and/or the environment, immediate or delayed, inside or outside the establishment, and involving one or more dangerous substances;
Directive 1996-0082(2008-12-11)
accident (major) [Directive 2012-0018]   major accident 【Seveso III 指令】
control of major-accident hazards involving dangerous substances
[Article 3] Definitions
13. "major accident" means an occurrence such as a major emission, fire, or explosion resulting from uncontrolled developments in the course of the operation of any establishment covered by this Directive, and leading to serious danger to human health or the environment, immediate or delayed, inside or outside the establishment, and involving one or more dangerous substances;
Directive 2012-0018
accident (major) [Directive 2013-0030]   major accident safety of offshore oil and gas operations [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "major accident" means, in relation to an installation or connected infrastructure:
(a) an incident involving an explosion, fire, loss of well control, or release of oil, gas or dangerous substances involving, or with a significant potential to cause, fatalities or serious personal injury;
(b) an incident leading to serious damage to the installation or connected infrastructure involving, or with a significant potential to cause, fatalities or serious personal injury;
(c) any other incident leading to fatalities or serious injury to five or more persons who are on the offshore installation where the source of danger occurs or who are engaged in an offshore oil and gas operation in connection with the installation or connected infrastructure; or
(d) any major environmental incident resulting from incidents referred to in points (a), (b) and (c).
For the purposes of determining whether an incident constitutes a major accident under points (a), (b) or (d), an installation that is normally unattended shall be treated as if it were attended;
Directive 2013-0030
accident (maritime, seafarers in the event of a, fair treatment of, IMO guidelines on the) [Directive 2009-0018]   IMO guidelines on the fair treatment of seafarers in the event of a maritime accident fundamental principles governing the investigation of accidents in the maritime transport sector [Article 3] Definitions
4. "IMO guidelines on the fair treatment of seafarers in the event of a maritime accident" shall mean the guidelines as annexed to Resolution LEG.3(91) of the IMO Legal Committee of 27 April 2006 and as approved by the Governing Body of the International Labour Organisation in its 296th session of 12 to 16 June 2006;
Directive 2009-0018
accident (other type of) [Directive 2009-0149A1]   other types of accidents Common Safety Indicators and common methods to calculate accident costs [ANNEX] "ANNEX I COMMON SAFETY INDICATOR
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods to calculate the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.10. "other types of accidents" means all accidents other than those already mentioned (train collisions, train derailments, at level crossing, to persons caused by rolling stock in motion and fires in rolling stock).
Directive 2009-0149
accident (other) [Directive 2014-0088Ap]   other (accident) 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.11. "other (accident)" means any accident other than a collision of train with rail vehicle, collision of train with obstacle within the clearance gauge, derailment of train, level crossing accident, an accident to person involving rolling stock in motion or a fire in rolling stock;
Directive 2014-0088
accident (other) [Directive 2016-0798Ap]   other (accident) railway safety [Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.11. "other (accident)" means any accident other than a collision of train with rail vehicle, collision of train with obstacle within the clearance gauge, derailment of train, level crossing accident, an accident to person involving rolling stock in motion or a fire in rolling stock;
Directive 2016-0798
accident (other) [Posit 2016-0003A1AP]   other (accident) 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.11. "other (accident)" means any accident other than a collision of train with rail vehicle, collision of train with obstacle within the clearance gauge, derailment of train, level crossing accident, an accident to person involving rolling stock in motion or a fire in rolling stock;
Posit 2016-0003
accident (road, emergency call for, automated) [2013-MEMO-0547]   automated emergency call for road accident 112 eCall ・What is 112 eCall?
 The 112 eCall automatically dials Europe's single emergency number 112 in the event of a serious accident and communicates the vehicle's location to the emergency services. This call to 112, made either automatically by means of the activation of in-vehicle sensors or manually, carries a standardised set of data (containing notably the type and the location of the vehicle) and establishes an audio channel between the vehicle and the most appropriate emergency call centre (aka Public Safety Answering Points - PSAPs) via public mobile networks.
2013-MEMO-0547
accident (serious) [Directive 2016-0798]   serious accident railway safety [Article 3] Definitions
(12) "serious accident" means any train collision or derailment of trains resulting in the death of at least one person or serious injuries to five or more persons or extensive damage to rolling stock, the infrastructure or the environment, and any other accident with the same consequences which has an obvious impact on railway safety regulation or the management of safety; ‘extensive damage’ means damage that can be immediately assessed by the investigating body to cost at least EUR 2 million in total;
Directive 2016-0798
accident (serious) [Posit 2016-0003]   serious accident 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Article 3] Definitions
(12) "serious accident" means any train collision or derailment of trains resulting in the death of at least one person or serious injuries to five or more persons or extensive damage to rolling stock, the infrastructure or the environment, and any other accident with the same consequences which has an obvious impact on railway safety regulation or the management of safety; ‘extensive damage’ means damage that can be immediately assessed by the investigating body to cost at least EUR 2 million in total;
Posit 2016-0003
accident (serious) [Directive 2004-0049]   serious accident 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Article 3] Definitions
(l) "serious accident" means any train collision or derailment of trains, resulting in the death of at least one person or serious injuries to five or more persons or extensive damage to rolling stock, the infrastructure or the environment, and any other similar accident with an obvious impact on railway safety regulation or the management of safety; ‘extensive damage’ means damage that can immediately be assessed by the investigating body to cost at least EUR 2 million in total;
Directive 2004-0049
accident (significant) [Directive 2014-0088Ap]   significant accident 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.1. "significant accident" means any accident involving at least one rail vehicle in motion, resulting in at least one killed or seriously injured person, or in significant damage to stock, track, other installations or environment, or extensive disruptions to traffic, excluding accidents in workshops, warehouses and depots;
Directive 2014-0088
accident (significant) [Directive 2016-0798Ap]   significant accident railway safety [Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.1. "significant accident" means any accident involving at least one rail vehicle in motion, resulting in at least one killed or seriously injured person, or in significant damage to stock, track, other installations or environment, or extensive disruptions to traffic, excluding accidents in workshops, warehouses and depots;
Directive 2016-0798
accident (significant) [Posit 2016-0003A1AP]   significant accident 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.1. "significant accident" means any accident involving at least one rail vehicle in motion, resulting in at least one killed or seriously injured person, or in significant damage to stock, track, other installations or environment, or extensive disruptions to traffic, excluding accidents in workshops, warehouses and depots;
Posit 2016-0003
accident (significant) [Directive 2009-0149A1]   significant accident Common Safety Indicators and common methods to calculate accident costs [ANNEX] "ANNEX I COMMON SAFETY INDICATOR
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods to calculate the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.1. "significant accident" means any accident involving at least one rail vehicle in motion, resulting in at least one killed or seriously injured person, or in significant damage to stock, track, other installations or environment, or extensive disruptions to traffic. Accidents in workshops, warehouses and depots are excluded.
Directive 2009-0149
Accident [Decision 2011-0314AW]   Accident operation and traffic management" subsystem of the trans-European conventional rail system [Appendix W] GLOSSARY
Accident : As defined in Article 3 of Directive 2004/49/EC.
Decision 2011-0314
Accident [Directive 1980-0836]   Accident health protection of the general public and workers against the dangers of ionizing radiation [TITLE I] DEFINITIONS
[Article 1] (c) Other terms
Accident : an unforeseen event that causes damage to an installation or disrupts the normal operation of an installation, and is likely to result for one or more persons in a dose exceeding the dose limits.
Directive 1980-0836
accident [Directive 1990-0219]   accident genetically modified micro-organisms [Article 2]
(d) "accident" shall mean any incident involving a significant and unintended release of GMMs in the course of their contained use which could present an immediate or delayed hazard to human health or the environment;
Directive 1990-0219
accident [Directive 1994-0056]   accident civil aviation accidents and incidents [Article 3] Definitions
(a) "accident" means an occurrence associated with the operation of an aircraft which takes place between the time any person boards the aircraft with the intention of flight until such time as all such persons have disembarked, in which:
1. a person is fatally or seriously injured as a result of:
- being in the aircraft, or
- direct contact with any part of the aircraft, including parts which have become detached from the aircraft, or
- direct exposure to jet blast,
except when the injuries are from natural causes, self-inflicted or inflicted by other persons, or when the injuries are to stowaways hiding outside the areas normally available to the passengers and crew; or
2. the aircraft sustains damage or structural failure which:
- adversely affects the structural strength, performance or flight characteristics of the aircraft, and
- would normally require major repair or replacement of the affected component,
except for engine failure or damage, when the damage is limited to the engine, its cowlings or accessories; or for damage limited to propellers, wing tips, antennas, tyres, brakes, fairings, small dents or puncture holes in the aircraft skin;
3. the aircraft is missing or is completely inaccessible;
Directive 1994-0056
accident [Directive 2004-0049]   accident 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Article 3] Definitions
(k) "accident" means an unwanted or unintended sudden event or a specific chain of such events which have harmful consequences; accidents are divided into the following categories: collisions, derailments, level-crossing accidents, accidents to persons caused by rolling stock in motion, fires and others;
Directive 2004-0049
accident [Directive 2009-0041]   accident use of genetically modified micro-organisms [Article 2]
(d) "accident" means any incident involving a significant and unintended release of GMMs in the course of their contained use which could present an immediate or delayed hazard to human health or the environment
Directive 2009-0041
accident [REG 2010-0996]   accident investigation and prevention of accidents and incidents in civil aviation [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "accident" means an occurrence associated with the operation of an aircraft which, in the case of a manned
aircraft, takes place between the time any person boards the aircraft with the intention of flight until such time as all such persons have disembarked, or in the case of an unmanned aircraft, takes place between the time the aircraft is ready to move with the purpose of flight until such time it comes to rest at the end of the flight and the primary propulsion system is shut down, in which:
(a) a person is fatally or seriously injured as a result of:
- being in the aircraft, or,
- direct contact with any part of the aircraft, including parts which have become detached from the aircraft, or,
- direct exposure to jet blast,
except when the injuries are from natural causes, self- inflicted or inflicted by other persons, or when the injuries are to stowaways hiding outside the areas normally available to the passengers and crew; or
(b) the aircraft sustains damage or structural failure which adversely affects the structural strength, performance or flight characteristics of the aircraft, and would normally require major repair or replacement of the affected component, except for engine failure or damage, when the damage is limited to a single engine, (including its cowlings or accessories), to propellers, wing tips, antennas, probes, vanes, tires, brakes, wheels, fairings, panels, landing gear doors, windscreens, the aircraft skin (such as small dents or puncture holes) or minor damages to main rotor blades, tail rotor blades, landing gear, and those resulting from hail or bird strike, (including holes in the radome); or
(c) the aircraft is missing or is completely inaccessible;
REG 2010-0996
accident area (protected, un-) [REG 2013-0886]   unprotected accident area 【ITS指令関連】
road safety-related minimum universal traffic information free of charge to users
[Article 2] Definitions
(d) "unprotected accident area" means the area where an accident has occurred and which has not yet been secured by the competent authority;
REG 2013-0886
accident at work [REG 2011-0349]   accident at work Community statistics on public health and health and safety at work, as regards statistics on accidents at work [Article 1] Definitions
(a) "accident at work" means a discrete occurrence in the course of work which leads to physical or mental harm. The phrase "in the course of work" means whilst engaged in an occupational activity or during the time spent at work. This includes road traffic accidents that occur in the course of work but excludes commuting accidents, i.e. road accidents that occur during the journey between home and the workplace;
REG 2011-0349
accident involving the transport of dangerous goods [Directive 2014-0088Ap]   accident involving the transport of dangerous goods 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
2. Indicators relating to dangerous goods
2.1. "accident involving the transport of dangerous goods" means any accident or incident that is subject to reporting in accordance with RID (1)/ADR section 1.8.5;
Directive 2014-0088
accident involving the transport of dangerous goods [Directive 2016-0798Ap]   accident involving the transport of dangerous goods railway safety [Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
2. Indicators relating to dangerous goods
2.1. "accident involving the transport of dangerous goods" means any accident or incident that is subject to reporting in accordance with RID (1)/ADR section 1.8.5;
Directive 2016-0798
accident involving the transport of dangerous goods [Posit 2016-0003A1AP]   accident involving the transport of dangerous goods 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
2. Indicators relating to dangerous goods
2.1. "accident involving the transport of dangerous goods" means any accident or incident that is subject to reporting in accordance with RID (1)/ADR Section 1.8.5;
Posit 2016-0003
accident involving the transport of dangerous goods [Directive 2009-0149A1]   accident involving the transport of dangerous goods Common Safety Indicators and common methods to calculate accident costs [ANNEX] "ANNEX I COMMON SAFETY INDICATOR
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods to calculate the economic impact of accidents
2. Indicators relating to dangerous goods
2.1. "accident involving the transport of dangerous goods" means any accident or incident that is subject to reporting in accordance with RID ( 1 )/ADR section 1.8.5.
Directive 2009-0149
accident to person involving rolling stock in motion [Directive 2014-0088Ap]   accident to persons involving rolling stock in motion 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.9. "accident to persons involving rolling stock in motion" means accidents to one or more persons who are either hit by a railway vehicle or by an object attached to, or that has become detached from, the vehicle, this includes persons who fall from railway vehicles as well as persons who fall or are hit by loose objects when travelling on board vehicles;
Directive 2014-0088
accident to person involving rolling stock in motion [Directive 2016-0798Ap]   accident to persons involving rolling stock in motion railway safety [Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.9. "accident to persons involving rolling stock in motion" means accidents to one or more persons who are either hit by a railway vehicle or by an object attached to, or that has become detached from, the vehicle, this includes persons who fall from railway vehicles as well as persons who fall or are hit by loose objects when travelling on board vehicles;
Directive 2016-0798
accident to person involving rolling stock in motion [Posit 2016-0003A1AP]   accident to persons involving rolling stock in motion 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.9. "accident to persons involving rolling stock in motion" means accidents to one or more persons who are either hit by a railway vehicle or by an object attached to, or that has become detached from, the vehicle, this includes persons who fall from railway vehicles as well as persons who fall or are hit by loose objects when travelling on board vehicles;
Posit 2016-0003
accidental exposure [Directive 2013-0059]   accidental exposure basic safety standards for protection against the dangers arising from exposure to ionising radiation [Article 4] Definitions
(3) "accidental exposure" means an exposure of individuals, other than emergency workers, as a result of an accident;
Directive 2013-0059
Accidental exposure [Directive 1980-0836]   Accidental exposure health protection of the general public and workers against the dangers of ionizing radiation [TITLE I] DEFINITIONS
[Article 1] (c) Other terms
Accidental exposure : exposure which is of a fortuitous and involuntary nature and whereby one of the dose limits laid down for exposed workers is exceeded.
Directive 1980-0836
Accidental exposure [Directive 1996-0029]   Accidental exposure protection of the health of workers and the general public against the dangers arising from ionizing radiation [TITLE I] DEFINITIONS [Article 1]
Accidental exposure: an exposure of individuals as a result of an accident. It does not include emergency exposure.
Directive 1996-0029
accidents (crossing, level) [Directive 2009-0149A1]   level crossing accidents Common Safety Indicators and common methods to calculate accident costs [ANNEX] "ANNEX I COMMON SAFETY INDICATOR
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods to calculate the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.7. "level crossing accidents" means accidents at level crossings involving at least one railway vehicle and one or more crossing vehicles, other crossing users such as pedestrians or other objects temporarily present on or near the track if lost by a crossing vehicle/user.
Directive 2009-0149
accidents (delays as a consequence of, Cost of) [Directive 2009-0149A1]   Cost of delays as a consequence of accidents Common Safety Indicators and common methods to calculate accident costs [ANNEX] "ANNEX I COMMON SAFETY INDICATOR
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods to calculate the economic impact of accidents
5. Common methodologies to calculate the economic impact of accidents
5.5. "Cost of delays as a consequence of accidents" means the monetary value of delays incurred by users of rail
transport (passengers and freight customers) as a consequence of accidents, calculated by the following model:
VT = monetary value of travel time savings [式] 【以下略】
Directive 2009-0149
accidents (economic impact of, INDICATORSAFETY, calculate the ) [Directive 2009-0149A1]   SAFETY INDICATOR
calculate the economic impact of accidents
Common Safety Indicators and common methods to calculate accident costs [ANNEX] "ANNEX I COMMON SAFETY INDICATOR
5. Indicators to calculate the economic impact of accidents
Total in euro and relative (to train-kilometres):
— number of deaths and serious injuries multiplied by the Value of Preventing a Casualty (VPC),
— cost of damages to environment,
— cost of material damages to rolling stock or infrastructure,
— cost of delays as a consequence of accidents.
Safety authorities shall report either the economic impact of all accidents, or the economic impact of significant accidents only. This choice shall be clearly indicated in the annual report referred to in Article 18.
The VPC is the value society attributes to the prevention of a casualty and as such shall not form a reference for compensation between parties involved in accidents.
Directive 2009-0149
accidents (INDICATOR, SAFETY) [Directive 2009-0149A1]   SAFETY INDICATOR
Indicators relating to accidents
Common Safety Indicators and common methods to calculate accident costs [ANNEX] "ANNEX I COMMON SAFETY INDICATOR
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.1. Total and relative (to train-kilometres) number of significant accidents and a break-down on the following types of accidents:
— collisions of trains, including collisions with obstacles within the clearance gauge,
— derailments of trains,
— level crossing accidents, including accidents involving pedestrians at level crossings,
— accidents to persons caused by rolling stock in motion, with the exception of suicides,
— fires in rolling stock,
— others.
Each significant accident shall be reported under the type of the primary accident, even if the consequences of the secondary accident are more severe, e.g. a fire following a derailment.
1.2. Total and relative (to train-kilometres) number of persons seriously injured and killed by type of accident divided into the following categories:
— passengers (also in relation to total number of passenger-kilometres and passenger train-kilometres),
— employees including the staff of contractors,
— level crossing users,
— unauthorised persons on railway premises,
— others.
Directive 2009-0149
accidents (precursors of, INDICATOR, SAFETY) [Directive 2009-0149A1]   SAFETY INDICATOR
precursors of accidents
Common Safety Indicators and common methods to calculate accident costs [ANNEX] "ANNEX I COMMON SAFETY INDICATOR
4. Indicators relating to precursors of accidents
Total and relative (to train-kilometres) number of:
— broken rails,
— track buckles,
— wrong-side signalling failures,
— signals passed at danger,
— broken wheels and axles on rolling stock in service.
All precursors are to be reported, both resulting and not resulting in accidents. Precursors resulting in an accident shall be reported under the CSIs on precursors; the accidents that occurred, if significant, shall be reported under the CSIs on accidents referred to in heading 1.
Directive 2009-0149
accidents to persons caused by rolling stock in motion [Directive 2009-0149A1]   accidents to persons caused by rolling stock in motion Common Safety Indicators and common methods to calculate accident costs [ANNEX] "ANNEX I COMMON SAFETY INDICATOR
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods to calculate the economic impact of accidents
1. Indicators relating to accidents
1.8. "accidents to persons caused by rolling stock in motion" means accidents to one or more persons who are either hit by a railway vehicle or by an object attached to, or that has become detached from, the vehicle. Persons who fall from railway vehicles are included, as well as persons who fall or are hit by loose objects when travelling on board vehicles.
Directive 2009-0149
accommodation [Directive 1982-0714(2007-01-01)A2]   accommodation technical requirements for inland waterway vessels [ANNEX II] MINIMUM TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS FOR VESSELS OPERATING ON WATERWAYS IN ZONES 1, 2, 3 AND 4
[CHAPTER 1] DEFINITIONS
(v) "accommodation" means any space intended for the use of persons normally living on board, or of passengers, and includes the galley, storage space for provisions, toilets and washing facilities, laundry facilities, landings and gangways, but not the wheelhouse;
Directive 1982-0714(2007-01-01)
accommodation (non-rented) [REG 2011-0692]   non-rented accommodation statistics on tourism [Article 2] Definitions
1. (m) "non-rented accommodation" means, inter alia, accommodation provided without charge by family or friends and accommodation in owner-occupied vacation homes, including time share properties;
REG 2011-0692
accommodation centre [Directive 2003-0009 Pos2013-06]   accommodation centre standards for the reception of applicants for international protection [Article 2] Definitions
(i) "accommodation centre" means any place used for the collective housing of applicants;
Directive 2003-0009 Pos2013-06
accommodation centre [Directive 2003-0009]   accommodation centre minimum standards for the reception of asylum seekers [Article 2] Definitions
(l) "accommodation centre" shall mean any place used for collective housing of asylumseekers.
Directive 2003-0009
accommodation centre [Directive 2013-0033]   accommodation centre reception of applicants for international protection [Article 2] Definitions
(i) "accommodation centre": means any place used for the collective housing of applicants;
Directive 2013-0033
accommodation establishment (tourist) [REG 2011-0692]   tourist accommodation establishment statistics on tourism [Article 2] Definitions
1. (l) "tourist accommodation establishment" means a local kind- of-activity unit, as defined in the Annex to Council Regulation (EEC) No 696/93 of 15 March 1993 on the statistical units for the observation and analysis of the production system in the Community ( 3 ), providing as a paid service — although the price might be partially or fully subsidised — short-stay accommodation services as described in groups 55.1 (hotels and similar accommodation), 55.2 (holiday and other short-stay accommodation) and 55.3 (camping grounds, recreational vehicle parks and trailer parks) of NACE Rev. 2;
REG 2011-0692
Accompanied hold baggage [REG 2002-2320A]   Accompanied hold baggage civil aviation security [ANNEX] 1. DEFINITIONS
1. "Accompanied hold baggage": Baggage accepted for carriage in the hold of an aircraft, on which the passenger who checked it in is on-board.
REG 2002-2320
accompanied hold baggage [REG 2008-0300]   accompanied hold baggage civil aviation security [Article 3] Definitions
21. "accompanied hold baggage" means baggage, carried in the hold of an aircraft, which has been checked in for a flight by a passenger travelling on that same flight;
REG 2008-0300
accompanied minor (un-) [Directive 2013-0032]   unaccompanied minor granting and withdrawing international protection [Article 2] Definitions
(m) "unaccompanied minor" means an unaccompanied minor as defined in Article 2(l) of Directive 2011/95/EU;
Directive 2013-0032
accompanied minor (un-) [Directive 2013-0033]   unaccompanied minor reception of applicants for international protection [Article 2] Definitions
(e) "unaccompanied minor": means a minor who arrives on the territory of the Member States unaccompanied by an adult responsible for him or her whether by law or by the practice of the Member State concerned, and for as long as he or she is not effectively taken into the care of such a person; it includes a minor who is left unaccompanied after he or she has entered the territory of the Member States;
Directive 2013-0033
accompanied minor (un-) [REG 2003-0343(2008-12-04)]   unaccompanied minor asylum application lodged in [Article 2]
(h) "unaccompanied minor" means unmarried persons below the age of eighteen who arrive in the territory of the Member States unaccompanied by an adult responsible for them whether by law or by custom, and for as long as they are not effectively taken into the care of such a person; it includes minors who are left unaccompanied after they have entered the territory of the Member States;
REG 2003-0343(2008-12-04)
accompanied minor (un-) [REG 2013-0604]   unaccompanied minor international protection lodged [Article 2] Definitions
(j) "unaccompanied minor" means a minor who arrives on the territory of the Member States unaccompanied by an adult responsible for him or her, whether by law or by the practice of the Member State concerned, and for as long as he or she is not effectively taken into the care of such an adult; it includes a minor who is left unaccompanied after he or she has entered the territory of Member States;
REG 2013-0604
accompanied minor (un) [REG 2014-0516]   unaccompanied minor Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund [Article 2] Definitions
(h) "unaccompanied minor" means a third-country national below the age of 18 years, who arrives or arrived on the territory of a Member State unaccompanied by an adult responsible for him/her whether by law or the national practice of the Member State concerned, and for as long as he/she is not effectively taken into the care of such a person; it includes a minor who is left unaccompanied after he/she entered the territory of a Member State;
REG 2014-0516
accompanied minor (un-) [Directive 2003-0086]   unaccompanied minor right to family reunification [Article 2]
(f) "unaccompanied minor" means third country nationals or stateless persons below the age of eighteen, who arrive on the territory of the Member States unaccompanied by an adult responsible by law or custom, and for as long as they are not effectively taken into the care of such a person, or minors who are left unaccompanied after they entered the territory of the Member States.
Directive 2003-0086
accompanied minor (un-) [Directive 2011-0095]   unaccompanied minor third-country nationals or stateless persons as beneficiaries of international protection [Article 2] Definitions
(l) "unaccompanied minor" means a minor who arrives on the territory of the Member States unaccompanied by an adult responsible for him or her whether by law or by the practice of the Member State concerned, and for as long as he or she is not effectively taken into the care of such a person; it includes a minor who is left unaccompanied after he or she has entered the territory of the Member States;
Directive 2011-0095
accompanying administrative document [REG 2009-0436]   accompanying administrative document monitor the wine market [Article 22] Definitions
(d) "accompanying administrative document" shall mean a document which complies with Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2719/92 ( 2 );
REG 2009-0436
accompanying document (simplified) [REG 2009-0436]   simplified accompanying document monitor the wine market [Article 22] Definitions
(e) "simplified accompanying document" shall mean a document which complies with Commission Regulation (EEC) No 3649/92 ( 3 );
REG 2009-0436
accompanying document [REG 1993-0339]   accompanying document checks for conformity with the rules on product safety [Article 1]
— "accompanying document" shall mean any document which must physically accompany a product when it is placed on the market, in accordance with the Community or national legislation in force,
REG 1993-0339
accompanying measure [Decision 2009-0922]   accompanying measures ISA (interoperability solutions for European public administrations) [Article 2] Definitions
(g) "accompanying measures" means strategic and awarenessraising measures, measures in support of the management of the ISA programme and measures in relation to the sharing of experience and the exchange and promotion of good practices.
Decision 2009-0922
accompanying measure [Decision 2015-2240]   accompanying measures ISA2 programme [Article 2] Definitions
(10) "accompanying measures" means:
(a) strategic measures;
(b) information, communication of the benefits of the ISA2 programme, and awareness-raising measures, aimed at European public administrations and, where appropriate, at businesses and citizens;
(c) measures in support of the management of the ISA2 programme;
(d) measures in relation to the sharing of experience and the exchange and promotion of best practices;
(e) measures to promote the re-use of existing interoperability solutions;
(f) measures aimed at community-building and capability-raising; and
(g) measures aimed at establishing synergies with initiatives relevant to interoperability in other areas of Union policy;
Decision 2015-2240
accompanying measure [REG 2014-0223]   accompanying measures Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD) [Article 2] Definitions
(11) "accompanying measures" means activities provided in addition to the distribution of food and/or basic material assistance with the aim of alleviating social exclusion and/or tackling social emergencies in a more empowering and sustainable way, for example guidance on a balanced diet and budget management advice;
REG 2014-0223
accompanying the EC declaration of verification (file, technical) [RECOM 2014-0897]   technical file accompanying the "EC" declaration of verification Railway Safety (structural subsystems and vehicles) DEFINITIONS
2. (m) "technical file accompanying the "EC" declaration of verification" means the combination of all files and documentation gathered by the applicant as required by all applicable EU legislation for a subsystem;
RECOM 2014-0897
account (administrator of an) [REG 2010-0920]   administrator of an account standardised and secured system of registries (greenhouse gas emission allowance trading) [Article 2] Definitions
24. "administrator of an account" shall refer to the administrator determined for a particular type of account in the third column of Table I-I in Annex I.
REG 2010-0920
account (balancing, operational) [REG 2015-0703]   operational balancing account network code on interoperability and data exchange rules [gas transmission systems] [Article 2] Definitions
(g) "operational balancing account" means an account between adjacent transmission system operators, to be used to manage steering differences at an interconnection point in order to simplify gas accounting for network users involved at the interconnection point;
REG 2015-0703
account (bank) [REG 2014-0655]   "bank account" or "account" European Account Preservation Order procedure to facilitate cross-border debt recovery in civil and commercial matters [Article 4] Definitions
(1) "bank account" or "account" means any account containing funds which is held with a bank in the name of the debtor or in the name of a third party on behalf of the debtor;
REG 2014-0655
account (bank, nominated) [REG 2010-1031]   nominated bank account auctioning of greenhouse gas emission allowances [Article 3] Definitions
22. "nominated bank account" means a bank account designatedby an auctioneer, a bidder or its successor in title for thereceipt of payments due under this Regulation;
REG 2010-1031
Account (Cash, Dedicated) [Decision 2015-0929A]   DCA (Dedicated Cash Account) TARGET2-ECB [ANNEX] The Annex to Decision ECB/2007/7 is amended as follows:
2. in the Annex, the following definitions are inserted in Article 1:
"Dedicated Cash Account (DCA)" means an account held by a DCA holder, opened in TARGET2-ECB, and used for cash payments in relation to securities settlement in T2S;
Decision 2015-0929
Account (Cash, Dedicated) [Decision 2015-0929A2]   DCA (Dedicated Cash Account) TARGET2-ECB [ANNEX] The Annex to Decision ECB/2007/7 is amended as follows:
14. the following Annex II is added: ANNEX II : TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE OPENING AND OPERATION OF A DEDICATED CASH ACCOUNT IN TARGET2-ECB Article 1 : Definitions
"Dedicated Cash Account (DCA)" means an account held by a DCA holder, opened in TARGET2-ECB, and used for cash payments in relation to securities settlement in T2S,
Decision 2015-0929
Account (Cash, Dedicated) [Guide 2015-0930]   DCA (Dedicated Cash Account) TARGET2 [Article 1] Amendment of Guideline ECB/2012/27 Guideline ECB/2012/27 is amended as follows: 2. Article 2 is amended as follows:
(a) the following definitions are added:
"Dedicated Cash Account (DCA)" means an account held by a DCA holder, opened in TARGET2-[insert CB/ country reference], and used for cash payments in relation to securities settlement in T2S,
Guide 2015-0930
Account (Cash, Dedicated) [Guide 2015-0930A2A]   DCA (Dedicated Cash Account) TARGET2 [Article 1] Amendment of Guideline ECB/2012/27 Guideline ECB/2012/27 is amended as follows:
31. the following Annex IIa is inserted: ANNEX IIA : HARMONISED CONDITIONS FOR THE OPENING AND OPERATION OF A DEDICATED CASH ACCOUNT IN TARGET2
TITLE I : GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1 : Definitions
"Dedicated Cash Account (DCA)", means an account held by a DCA holder, opened in TARGET2-[insert CB/ country reference], and used for cash payments in relation to securities settlement in T2S,
Guide 2015-0930
Account (Cash, Dedicated) [Guide 2015-0930A3A]   DCA (Dedicated Cash Account) TARGET2 [Article 1] Amendment of Guideline ECB/2012/27 Guideline ECB/2012/27 is amended as follows:
35. the following Annex IIIa is inserted: ANNEX IIIA : CONDITIONS FOR AUTO-COLLATERALISATION OPERATIONS Definitions
(3) "Dedicated Cash Account (DCA)" means an account held by a DCA holder, opened in TARGET2-[insert CB/ country reference], and used for cash payments in relation to securities settlement in T2S;
Guide 2015-0930
account (custody, safe) [Guide 2015-0510]   safe custody account implementation of the Eurosystem monetary policy framework (General Documentation Guideline) [Article 2] Definitions
(81) "safe custody account" means a securities account managed by an ICSD, CSD or NCB on which credit institutions can place securities eligible for Eurosystem credit operations;
Guide 2015-0510
account (energy flow, physical) [REG 2014-0538]   physical energy flow accounts European environmental economic accounts [Article 1] Regulation (EU) No 691/2011 is amended as follows:
(1) in Article 2, the following points are added:
(6)"physical energy flow accounts" means consistent compilations of the physical energy flows into national economies, the flows circulating within the economy and the outputs to other economies or to the environment.’;
REG 2014-0538
account (escrow) [REG 2013-1303]   escrow account ERDF, ESF, Cohesion Fund, EAFRD, EMFF, [Article 2] Definitions
(26) "escrow account" means a bank account covered by a written agreement between a managing authority or an intermediate body and the body implementing a financial instrument, or, in the case of a PPP operation, a written agreement between a public body beneficiary and the private partner approved by the managing authority or an intermediate body, set up specifically to hold funds to be paid out after the eligibility period, exclusively for the purposes provided for in point (c) of Article 42(1), Article 42(2), Article 42(3) and Article 64, or a bank account set up on terms providing equivalent guarantees on the payments out of the funds;
REG 2013-1303
account (euro) [REG 2007-0718]   euro account IPA (instrument for pre-accession assistance) [Article 2] Definitions
10. "euro account": interest bearing bank account opened by the national fund in a financial or treasury institution, on behalf of the beneficiary country and under its responsibility, to receive payments from the Commission;
REG 2007-0718
Account (European System of) [2014-MEMO-0021]   European System of Accounts European System of Accounts 2010 ・What is the European System of Accounts?
 The European System of National and Regional Accounts (ESA) sets down the harmonised methodology which must be used for the production of national accounts data in the EU. It is crucial to have such a methodological rulebook in the EU, in order to ensure that statistics on Member States' economies are compiled in a consistent, comparable, reliable and up-to-date way.
 ESA is internationally compatible, making it possible to describe the total economy of a region, country or group of countries, in a way that is reliably comparable with other economies.
2014-MEMO-0021
account (holding, nominated) [REG 2010-1031]   nominated holding account auctioning of greenhouse gas emission allowances [Article 3] Definitions
21. "nominated holding account" means one or more type ofholding account provided for in the applicable Commissionregulation adopted pursuant to Article 19(3) of Directive2003/87/EC for the purposes of participating in or conducting the auction process including the holding of allowancesin escrow, pending their delivery under this Regulation;
REG 2010-1031
Account (Home) [Guide ECB-2013-0027]   Home Account TARGET2 (Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system) [Article 2] Definitions
(37) "Home Account" means an account opened outside the PM by a euro area NCB for an entity that is eligible to become an indirect participant;
Guide ECB-2012-0027
Account (Home) [Guide ECB-2007-0002]   Home Account Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system (TARGET2) [Article 2] Definitions
"Home Account" means an account opened outside the PM by a participating NCB for an entity that is eligible to become an indirect participant,
Guide ECB-2007-0002
Account (Home) [Guide ECB-2010-0012A1]   Home Account Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system (TARGET2) [ANNEX I] 2. Annex II to Guideline ECB/2007/2 is amended as follows:
(c) added:
"Home Account" means an account opened outside the PM by a CB for an entity that is eligible to become an indirect participant,
Guide ECB-2010-0012
account (joint) [Directive 1994-0019 (2009-03-16)]   joint account deposit-guarantee schemes [Article 1]
2. "joint account" shall mean an account opened in the names of two or more persons or over which two or more persons have rights that may operate against the signature of one or more of those persons;
Directive 1994-0019 (2009-03-16)
account (joint) [Directive 2014-0049]   joint account deposit guarantee schemes [Article 2] Definitions
1. (7) "joint account" means an account opened in the name of two or more persons or over which two or more persons have rights that are exercised by means of the signature of one or more of those persons;
Directive 2014-0049
account (joint) [Posit 2014-0006]   joint account Deposit Guarantee Schemes [Article 2] Definitions
1. (g) "joint account" means an account opened in the name of two or more persons or over which two or more persons have rights that are exercised by means of the signature of one or more of those persons;
Posit 2014-0006
account (management) [REG 1992-2407]   management account licensing of air carriers [Article 2]
(f) "management account" means a detailed statement of income and costs for the period in question including a breakdown between air-transport-related and other activities as well as between pecuniary and non-pecuniary elements;
REG 1992-2407
account (management) [REG 2008-1008]   management account operation of air services [Article 2] Definitions
23. "management account" means a detailed statement of income and costs of an air carrier for the period in question including a breakdown between air-transportrelated and other activities as well as between pecuniary and non-pecuniary elements;
REG 2008-1008
account (medical saving, Compulsory) [REG 2015-0359]   Compulsory medical savings accounts (MSA) statistics on healthcare expenditure and financing [ANNEX I] Definitions
19. "Compulsory medical savings accounts (MSA)" means savings accounts that are legally compulsory, whereby the basic method for fund-raising and some issues concerning the use of the account to pay for health services are regulated by government, and where there is no pooling across individuals, except for family members;
REG 2015-0359
Account (National and Regional, System of, European) [2014-MEMO-0594]   ESA (European System of National and Regional Accounts) ESA (European System of Accounts) ・What is the European System of Accounts?
The European System of National and Regional Accounts (ESA) sets down the harmonised methodology which must be used for the production of national accounts data in the EU. It is crucial to have such a methodological rulebook in the EU, in order to ensure that statistics on Member States' economies are compiled in a consistent, comparable, reliable and up-to-date way.
ESA is internationally compatible, making it possible to describe the economy of a region, country or group of countries, in a way that is reliably comparable with other economies.
・Why is the European System of Accounts important?
・Why has a new European System of Accounts been introduced?
2014-MEMO-0594
account (own, dealing on) [Directive 2014-0065]   dealing on own account markets in financial instruments [Article 4] Definitions
1. (6) "dealing on own account" means trading against proprietary capital resulting in the conclusion of transactions in one or more financial instruments;
Directive 2014-0065
account (own, dealing on) [REG 2014-0600]   dealing on own account markets in financial instruments [Article 2] Definitions
1. (5) "dealing on own account" means dealing on own account as defined in Article 4(1)(6) of Directive 2014/65/EU;
REG 2014-0600
account (own, Dealing on) [Directive 2004-0039]   Dealing on own account markets in financial instruments [Article 4] Definitions
6) "Dealing on own account" means trading against proprietary capital resulting in the conclusion of transactions in one or more financial instruments;
Directive 2004-0039
account (payment) [Directive 2014-0092]   payment account comparability of fees related to payment accounts, payment account switching and access to payment accounts with basic features [Article 2] Definitions
(3) "payment account" means an account held in the name of one or more consumers which is used for the execution of payment transactions;
Directive 2014-0092
account (payment) [Directive 2015-2366]   payment account payment services in the internal market [Article 4] Definitions
(12) "payment account" means an account held in the name of one or more payment service users which is used for the execution of payment transactions;
Directive 2015-2366
account (payment) [REG 2012-0260]   payment account technical and business requirements for credit transfers and direct debits in euro [Article 2] Definitions
(5) "payment account" means an account held in the name of one or more payment service users which is used for the execution of payment transactions;
REG 2012-0260
account (payment) [REG 2015-0751]   payment account interchange fees for card-based payment transactions [Article 2] Definitions
(22) "payment account" means an account held in the name of one or more payment service users which is used for the execution of payment transactions, including through a specific account for electronic money as defined in point 2 of Article 2 of Directive 2009/110/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (1);
REG 2015-0751
account (payment) [REG 2015-0847]   payment account information accompanying transfers of funds [Article 3] Definitions
(7) "payment account" means a payment account as defined in point (14) of Article 4 of Directive 2007/64/EC;
REG 2015-0847
account (payment) [Directive 2007-0064]   payment account payment services in the internal market [Article 4] Definitions
14. "payment account" means an account held in the name of one or more payment service users which is used for the execution of payment transactions;
Directive 2007-0064
account (payment, service linked to the) [Directive 2014-0092]   services linked to the payment account comparability of fees related to payment accounts, payment account switching and access to payment accounts with basic features [Article 2] Definitions
(6) "services linked to the payment account" means all services related to the opening, operating and closing of a payment account, including payment services and payment transactions falling within the scope of point (g) of Article 3 of Directive 2007/64/EC and overdraft facilities and overrunning;
Directive 2014-0092
account (player) [RECOM 2014-0478]   player account protection of consumers and players of online gambling services, prevention of minors from gambling online II.DEFINITIONS
3. (d)"player account" means the account opened by the player in which all transactions with the operator are registered;
RECOM 2014-0478
account (PM) [Decision 2007-0601A]   PM account TARGET2-ECB [ANNEX] TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF TARGET2-ECB [TITLE I] GENERAL PROVISIONS [Article 1] Definitions
"PM account" means an account held by a TARGET2 participant in the PM with a CB which is necessary for such TARGET2 participant to:
(a) submit payment orders or receive payments via TARGET2; and
(b) settle such payments with such CB;
Decision 2007-0601
account (PM) [Decision 2015-0929A2]   PM account TARGET2-ECB [ANNEX] The Annex to Decision ECB/2007/7 is amended as follows:
14. the following Annex II is added: ANNEX II : TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE OPENING AND OPERATION OF A DEDICATED CASH ACCOUNT IN TARGET2-ECB Article 1 : Definitions
"PM account" means an account held by a TARGET2 participant in the PM with a Eurosystem CB which is necessary for such TARGET2 participant to:
(a) submit payment orders or receive payments via TARGET2, and
(b) settle such payments with such Eurosystem CB,
Decision 2015-0929
account (PM) [Guide 2015-0930A2A]   PM account TARGET2 [Article 1] Amendment of Guideline ECB/2012/27 Guideline ECB/2012/27 is amended as follows:
31. the following Annex IIa is inserted: ANNEX IIA : HARMONISED CONDITIONS FOR THE OPENING AND OPERATION OF A DEDICATED CASH ACCOUNT IN TARGET2
TITLE I : GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1 : Definitions
"PM account" means an account held by a TARGET2 participant in the PM with a Eurosystem CB which is necessary for such TARGET2 participant to:
(a) submit payment orders or receive payments via TARGET2; and
(b) settle such payments with such Eurosystem CB,
Guide 2015-0930
account (PM) [Guide ECB-2013-0027]   PM account TARGET2 (Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system) [Article 2] Definitions
(9) "PM account" means an account held by a TARGET2 participant in the PM with a Eurosystem CB which is necessary for such TARGET2 participant to:
(a) submit payment orders or receive payments via TARGET2; and
(b) settle such payments with such Eurosystem CB;
Guide ECB-2012-0027
account (PM) [Guide ECB-2007-0002]   PM account Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system (TARGET2) [Article 2] Definitions
"PM account" means an account held by a TARGET2 participant in the PM with a Eurosystem CB which is necessary for such TARGET2 participant to:
(a) submit payment orders or receive payments via TARGET2; and
(b) settle such payments with such Eurosystem CB,
Guide ECB-2007-0002
account (PM) [Guide ECB-2010-0012A1]   PM account Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system (TARGET2) [ANNEX I] 2. Annex II to Guideline ECB/2007/2 is amended as follows:
(c) added:
"PM account" means an account held by a TARGET2 participant in the PM with a CB which is necessary for such TARGET2 participant to:
(a) submit payment orders or receive payments via TARGET2; and
(b) settle such payments with such CB,
Guide ECB-2010-0012
account (PM, Main) [Decision 2015-0929A]   Main PM account TARGET2-ECB [ANNEX] The Annex to Decision ECB/2007/7 is amended as follows:
2. in the Annex, the following definitions are inserted in Article 1:
"Main PM account" means the PM account to which a DCA is linked and on which any remaining balance must be automatically repatriated from the DCA at the end of the day;
Decision 2015-0929
account (PM, Main) [Decision 2015-0929A2]   Main PM account TARGET2-ECB [ANNEX] The Annex to Decision ECB/2007/7 is amended as follows:
14. the following Annex II is added: ANNEX II : TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE OPENING AND OPERATION OF A DEDICATED CASH ACCOUNT IN TARGET2-ECB Article 1 : Definitions
"Main PM account" means the PM Account to which a DCA is linked and on which any remaining balance will be automatically repatriated at end-of-day,
Decision 2015-0929
account (PM, Main) [Guide 2015-0930]   Main PM account TARGET2 [Article 1] Amendment of Guideline ECB/2012/27 Guideline ECB/2012/27 is amended as follows: 2. Article 2 is amended as follows:
(a) the following definitions are added:
"Main PM account" means the PM Account to which a DCA is linked and on which any remaining balance will be automatically repatriated at end-of-day,
Guide 2015-0930
account (PM, Main) [Guide 2015-0930A2A]   Main PM account TARGET2 [Article 1] Amendment of Guideline ECB/2012/27 Guideline ECB/2012/27 is amended as follows:
31. the following Annex IIa is inserted: ANNEX IIA : HARMONISED CONDITIONS FOR THE OPENING AND OPERATION OF A DEDICATED CASH ACCOUNT IN TARGET2
TITLE I : GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1 : Definitions
"Main PM account" means the PM Account to which a DCA is linked and on which any remaining balance will be automatically repatriated at end-of-day,
Guide 2015-0930
account (premium, share) [REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11]   share premium account 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (124) "share premium account" has the same meaning as under the applicable accounting framework;
REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11
account (premium, share) [REG 2013-0575]   share premium account 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (124) "share premium account" has the same meaning as under the applicable accounting framework;
REG 2013-0575
account (relevant) [Directive 2002-0047 (2009-06-30)]   relevant account financial collateral arrangements [Article 2] Definitions
1. (h) "relevant account" means in relation to book entry securities collateral which is subject to a financial collateral arrangement, the register or account — which may be maintained by the collateral taker — in which the entries are made by which that book entry securities collateral is provided to the collateral taker;
Directive 2002-0047 (2009-06-30)
account (reserve) [REG 1998-2818]   reserve account application of minimum reserves [Article 1] Definitions
"reserve account" shall mean an institution's account with a participating NCB, the end-of-day balance of which counts towards fulfilment of the institution's reserve requirement,
REG 1998-2818
account (reserve) [REG 2003-1745(2012-01-18)]   reserve account application of minimum reserves [Article 1] Definitions
"reserve account" shall mean an institution's account with a participating NCB, the end-of-day balance of which counts towards compliance with the institution's reserve requirement,
REG 2003-1745(2012-01-18)
account (Revaluation) [Guide ECB-2002-0010A2]   Revaluation accounts legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY
Revaluation accounts shall mean balance sheet accounts for registration of the difference in the value of an asset or liability between the adjusted cost of its acquisition and its valuation at an end-of-period market price, when the latter is higher than the former in case of assets, and when the latter is lower than the former in case of liabilities. They include differences in both price quotation and/or market exchange rates.
Guide ECB-2002-0010
account (Revaluation) [Guide ECB-2006-0016(2009-12-31)A2]   Revaluation accounts legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY
Revaluation accounts: balance sheet accounts for registration of the difference in the value of an asset or liability between the adjusted cost of its acquisition and its valuation at an end-of-period market price, when the latter is higher than the former in case of assets, and when the latter is lower than the former in case of liabilities. They include differences in both price quotation and/or market exchange rates.
Guide ECB-2006-0016(2009-12-31)
account (Revaluation) [Guide ECB-2010-0020(2011-12-31)A2]   Revaluation accounts legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY
Revaluation accounts: balance sheet accounts for registration of the difference in the value of an asset or liability between the adjusted cost of its acquisition and its valuation at an end-of-period market price, when the latter is higher than the former in the case of assets, and when the latter is lower than the former in the case of liabilities. They include differences in both price quotation and/or market exchange rates.
Guide ECB-2010-0020(2011-12-31)
account (securities) [REG 2014-0909]   securities account securities settlement in the European Union and on central securities depositories [Article 2] Definitions
1. (28) "securities account" means an account on which securities may be credited or debited;
REG 2014-0909
account (settlement) [Directive 1998-0026(2011-01-04)]   settlement account settlement finality in payment and securities settlement systems [Article 2]
(l) "settlement account" shall mean an account at a central bank, a settlement agent or a central counterparty used to hold funds or securities and to settle transactions between participants in a system;
Directive 1998-0026(2011-01-04)
Account (System of, European, revised) [REG 2014-1333]   ESA 2010 (revised European System of Accounts) statistics on the money markets [Article 1] Definitions
(3) "OFI" means other financial intermediaries except insurance corporations and pension funds as set out in the revised European System of Accounts (hereinafter the "ESA 2010") laid down by Regulation (EU) No 549/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council (2);
REG 2014-1333
account (Unit of) [Directive 1973-0239]   Unit of account business of direct insurance other than life assurance [Article 5]
(a) "Unit of account" means the European unit of account (EUA) a sdefined by Commission Decision 3289/75/ECSC (1). Wherever this Directive refers to the unit of account, the conversion value in national currency to be adopted shall, as from 31 December of each year, be that of the last day of the preceding month of October for which EUA conversion values are available in all the Community currencies
Directive 1973-0239
account (unit of) [Directive 1979-0267]   unit of account taking up and pursuit of the business of direct life assurance [Article 5]
(a) "unit of account" means the European unit of account (EUA) as defined by Article 10 of the Financial Regulation of 21 December 1977 applicable to the general budget of the European Communities (1); wherever this Directive refers to the unit of account, the conversion value in national currency to be adopted shall as from 31 December of each year be that of the last day of the preceding monthof October for whichEUA conversion values are available in all the Community currencies;
Directive 1979-0267
Account 2010 (System of, European) [REG 2013-0549]   ESA (European System of Accounts) 2010 European system of national and regional accounts [Article 1] Subject matter
1. This Regulation sets up the European System of Accounts 2010 ("the ESA 2010" or "the ESA").
2. The ESA 2010 provides for:
(a) a methodology (Annex A) on common standards, definitions, classifications and accounting rules that shall be used for compiling accounts and tables on comparable bases for the purposes of the Union, together with results as required under Article 3;
(b) a programme (Annex B) setting out the time limits by which Member States shall transmit to the Commission (Eurostat) the accounts and tables to be compiled in accordance with the methodology referred to in point (a).
3. ・・・
REG 2013-0549
Account 2010 (System of, European) [REG 2013-0549Aa]   ESA (European System of Accounts) 2010 European system of national and regional accounts [ANNEX A]
CHAPTER 1 : GENERAL FEATURES AND BASIC PRINCIPLES
GENERAL FEATURES
1.01 The European System of Accounts (hereinafter referred to as "the ESA 2010" or "the ESA") is an internationally compatible accounting framework for a systematic and detailed description of a total economy (that is, a region, country or group of countries), its components and its relations with other total economies
REG 2013-0549
account by simple book entry (Credit to the) [Guide ECB-2007-0009(2012-09-14)G]   Credits to the accounts by simple book entry monetary, financial institutions and markets statistics [GLOSSARY]
Credits to the accounts by simple book entry: are credit transaction initiated by an MFI without a specific transaction order and executed by simple book entry, i.e credit entry, on the account(s) of a customer, i.e. without the use of a traditional payment instrument.
Guide ECB-2007-0009(2012-09-14)
account by simple book entry (Debit from the) [Guide ECB-2007-0009(2012-09-14)G]   Debits from the account by simple book entry monetary, financial institutions and markets statistics [GLOSSARY]
Debits from the account by simple book entry: are debit transactions initiated by an MFI without a specific transaction order and executed by simple book entry, i.e debit entry, on the account(s) of a customer, i.e. without the use of a traditional payment instrument.
Guide ECB-2007-0009(2012-09-14)
account consignor [REG 2008-0300]   account consignor civil aviation security [Article 3] Definitions
28. "account consignor" means a consignor who originates cargo or mail for its own account and whose procedures meet common security rules and standards sufficient to allow carriage of that cargo on all-cargo aircraft or mail on all-mail aircraft;
REG 2008-0300
account holder [REG 2013-0389]   account holder emissions trading scheme [Article 3] Definitions
(1) "account holder" means a natural or legal person that holds an account in the registries system;
REG 2013-0389
account holder [REG 2004-2216]   account holder standardised and secured system of registries [Article 2] Definitions
(c) "account holder" means a person who holds an account in the registries system;
REG 2004-2216
account holder [REG 2008-0994]   account holder standardised and secured system of registries [Article 2] Definitions
(c) "account holder" means a person who holds an account in the registries system;
REG 2008-0994
account holder [REG 2010-0920]   account holder standardised and secured system of registries (greenhouse gas emission allowance trading) [Article 2] Definitions
1. "account holder" means a person who holds an account in the registries system;
REG 2010-0920
account holder [REG 2011-1193]   account holder emissions trading scheme [Article 3] Definitions
(1) "account holder" means a natural or legal person that holds an account in the registries system;
REG 2011-1193
Account in TARGET2 (Cash, Dedicated, Operation of a, Opening and, Condition for the, Harmonised) [Guide 2015-0930]   Harmonised Conditions for the Opening and Operation of a Dedicated Cash Account in TARGET2 TARGET2 [Article 1] Amendment of Guideline ECB/2012/27 Guideline ECB/2012/27 is amended as follows: 2. Article 2 is amended as follows:
(a) the following definitions are added:
"Harmonised Conditions for the Opening and Operation of a Dedicated Cash Account in TARGET2" means the conditions that are laid down in Annex IIa,
Guide 2015-0930
account information service [Directive 2015-2366]   account information service payment services in the internal market [Article 4] Definitions
(16) "account information service" means an online service to provide consolidated information on one or more payment accounts held by the payment service user with either another payment service provider or with more than one payment service provider;
Directive 2015-2366
account information service provider [Directive 2015-2366]   account information service provider payment services in the internal market [Article 4] Definitions
(19) "account information service provider" means a payment service provider pursuing business activities as referred to in point (8) of Annex I;
Directive 2015-2366
account is maintained (bank, Member State in which the) [REG 2014-0655]   Member State in which the bank account is maintained European Account Preservation Order procedure to facilitate cross-border debt recovery in civil and commercial matters [Article 4] Definitions
(4) "Member State in which the bank account is maintained" means:
(a) the Member State indicated in the account’s IBAN (International Bank Account Number); or
(b) for a bank account which does not have an IBAN, the Member State in which the bank with which the account is held has its head office or, where the account is held with a branch, the Member State in which the branch is located;
REG 2014-0655
account servicing payment service provider [Directive 2015-2366]   account servicing payment service provider payment services in the internal market [Article 4] Definitions
(17) "account servicing payment service provider" means a payment service provider providing and maintaining a payment account for a payer;
Directive 2015-2366
account transport operations (own-) [Posit 2010-0004]   own-account transport operations rights of passengers in bus and coach transport [Article 3] Definitions
(c) "own-account transport operations" means operations carried out by bus or coach for non-commercial and non-profit-making purposes by a natural or legal person, whereby:
- the transport activity is only an ancillary activity for that natural or legal person, and
- the vehicles used are the property of that natural or legal person or have been obtained by that person on deferred terms or have been the subject of a long-term leasing contract and are driven by a member of the staff of the natural or legal person or by the natural person himself or by personnel employed by, or put at the disposal of, the undertaking under a contractual obligation;
Posit 2010-0004
accountancy data [REG 1965-0079(2008-01-01)]   accountancy data setting up a network for the collection of accountancy data on the incomes and business operation of agricultural holdings [Article 2]
(e) "accountancy data" means any technical, financial or economic data relating to an agricultural holding derived from accounts consisting of entries made systematically and regularly throughout the accounting year.
REG 1965-0079(2008-01-01)
accountancy data [REG 2009-1217(2012-01-01)]   accountancy data setting up a network for the collection of accountancy data on the incomes and business operation of agricultural holdings [Article 2]
(e) "accountancy data" means any technical, financial or economic data relating to an agricultural holding derived from accounts consisting of entries made systematically and regularly throughout the accounting year.
REG 2009-1217(2012-01-01)
accounting and financial reporting purpose (Eurosystem) [Guide ECB-2010-0020(2011-12-31)]   Eurosystem accounting and financial reporting purposes legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks [Article 1] Definitions
1. (b) "Eurosystem accounting and financial reporting purposes" means the purposes for which the ECB produces the financial statements listed in Annex I in accordance with Articles 15 and 26 of the Statute of the ESCB;
Guide ECB-2010-0020(2011-12-31)
accounting framework (applicable) [REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11]   applicable accounting framework 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (77) "applicable accounting framework" means the accounting standards to which the institution is subject under Regulation (EC) No 1606/2002 or Directive 86/635/EEC;
REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11
accounting framework (applicable) [REG 2013-0575]   applicable accounting framework 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (77) "applicable accounting framework" means the accounting standards to which the institution is subject under Regulation (EC) No 1606/2002 or Directive 86/635/EEC;
REG 2013-0575
accounting officer [Decision 2014-0792]   the accounting officer EWS to be used by authorising officers [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "the accounting officer" means the accounting officer of the Commission or the subordinate member of staff to whom the accounting officer has delegated certain tasks pursuant to Article 69 of Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012;
Decision 2014-0792
Accounting Principle (Accepted, Generally) [REG 2012-0311w]   GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) elements related to prospectuses and advertisements Whereas:
(2) In order to assess the equivalence of the Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) of a third country with adopted IFRS, Commission Regulation (EC) No 1569/2007 ・・・
REG 2012-0311
accounting principle (accepted, generally) [REG 2015-2446]   generally accepted accounting principles Union Customs Code [Article 1] Definitions
(20) "generally accepted accounting principles" means the principles which are recognised or have substantial authoritative support within a country at a particular time as to which economic resources and obligations should be recorded as assets and liabilities, which changes in assets and liabilities should be recorded, how the assets and liabilities and changes in them should be measured, what information should be disclosed and how it should be disclosed, and which financial statements should be prepared;
REG 2015-2446
accounting purpose (ESCB) [Guide ECB-2000-0018]   ESCB accounting and reporting purposes legal framework for accounting and reporting in the European System of Central Banks [Article 1] Definitions
1. "ESCB accounting and reporting purposes" shall mean the purposes for which the ECB produces the financial statements listed in A nnex I in accordance with Article 15and 26 of the Statute,
Guide ECB-2000-0018
accounting reporting purpose (Eurosystem) [Guide ECB-2006-0016(2009-12-31)]   Eurosystem accounting and financial reporting purposes legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks [Article 1] Definitions
1. (c) "Eurosystem accounting and financial reporting purposes" means the purposes for which the ECB produces the financial statements listed in Annex I in accordance with Articles 15 and 26 of the Statute;
Guide ECB-2006-0016(2009-12-31)
accounting reporting purposes (ESCB) [Guide ECB-2002-0010]   ESCB accounting and financial reporting purposes legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks [Article 1] Definitions
1. "ESCB accounting and financial reporting purposes": shall mean the purposes for which the ECB produces the financial statements listed in Annex I in accordance with Articles 15 and 26 of the Statute,
Guide ECB-2002-0010
accounting standard (international) [Directive 2006-0043(2008-03-21)]   international accounting standards statutory audits of annual accounts and consolidated accounts [Article 2] Definitions
12. "international accounting standards" means International Accounting Standards (IAS), International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and related Interpretations (SIC-IFRIC interpretations), subsequent amendments to those standards and related interpretations, and future standards and related interpretations issued or adopted by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB);
Directive 2006-0043(2008-03-21)
Accounting Standard (International) [Guide ECB-2006-0016(2009-12-31)A2]   IAS (International Accounting Standards) legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY
International Accounting Standards: the International Accounting Standards (IAS), International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and related Interpretations (SIC-IFRIC interpretations), subsequent amendments to those standards and related interpretations, future standards and related interpretations adopted by the European Union.
Guide ECB-2006-0016(2009-12-31)
Accounting Standard (International) [Guide ECB-2010-0020(2011-12-31)A2]   IAS (International Accounting Standards) legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY
International Accounting Standards: the International Accounting Standards (IAS), International Financial Reporting Standards and related interpretations (SIC-IFRIC interpretations), subsequent amendments to those standards and related interpretations, future standards and related interpretations adopted by the European Union.
Guide ECB-2010-0020(2011-12-31)
accounting standard (international) [REG 2002-1606(2008-04-10)]   international accounting standards international accounting standards [Article 2] Definitions
For the purpose of this Regulation, "international accounting standards" shall mean International Accounting Standards (IAS), International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and related Interpretations (SICIFRIC interpretations), subsequent amendments to those standards and related interpretations, future standards and related interpretations issued or adopted by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB).
REG 2002-1606(2008-04-10)
ACCOUNTING STANDARD (INTERNATIONAL) [REG 2008-1126(2012-02-22)A]   IAS (INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING STANDARDS) adopting certain international accounting standards [ANNEX] INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTING STANDARDS pp.5〜817
IAS 1 Presentation of Financial Statements (Revised 2007)
 OBJECTIVE
1 This Standard prescribes the basis for presentation of general purpose financial statements to ensure comparability both with the entity’s financial statements of previous periods and with the financial statements of other entities. It sets out overall requirements for the presentation of financial statements, guidelines for their structure and minimum requirements for their content.
 SCOPE
2 An entity shall apply this Standard in preparing and presenting general purpose financial statements in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRSs).
3 【以下略】
IAS 2 Inventories
IAS 7 Statement of Cash Flows
IAS 8 Accounting policies, changes in accounting estimates and errors
IAS 10 Events after the Reporting Period
IAS 11 Construction contracts
IAS 12 Income taxes
IAS 16 Property, plant and equipment
IAS 17 Leases
IAS 18 Revenue
IAS 19 Employee benefits
IAS 20 Accounting for government grants and disclosure of government assistance
IAS 21 The effects of changes in foreign exchange rates
IAS 23 Borrowing costs (Revised 2007)
IAS 24 IAS 24 Related Party Disclosures
IAS 26 Accounting and reporting by retirement benefit plans
IAS 27 Consolidated and Separate Financial Statements
IAS 28 Investments in associates
IAS 29 Financial reporting in hyperinflationary economies
IAS 31 Interests in joint ventures
IAS 32 Financial instruments: presentation
IAS 33 Earnings per share
IAS 34 Interim financial reporting
IAS 36 Impairment of assets
IAS 37 Provisions, contingent liabilities and contingent assets
IAS 38 Intangible assets
IAS 39 Financial instruments: recognition and measurement
IAS 40 Investment property
IAS 41 Agriculture
IFRS 1 First-time Adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards
IFRS 2 Share-based payment
IFRS 3 Business Combinations
IFRS 4 Insurance contracts
IFRS 5 Non-current assets held for sale and discontinued operations
IFRS 6 Exploration for and evaluation of mineral resources
IFRS 7 Financial instruments: disclosures
IFRS 8 Operating segments
IFRIC 1 Changes in existing decommissioning, restoration and similar liabilities
IFRIC 2 Members' shares in co-operative entities and similar instruments
IFRIC 4 Determining whether an arrangement contains a lease
IFRIC 5 Rights to interests arising from decommissioning, restoration and environmental rehabilitation funds
IFRIC 6 Liabilities arising from participating in a specific market — waste electrical and electronic equipment
IFRIC 7 Applying the Restatement Approach under IAS 29 Financial reporting in hyperinflationary economies
IFRIC 9 Reassessment of embedded derivatives
IFRIC 10 Interim financial reporting and impairment
IFRIC 12 IFRIC Interpretation 12 Service Concessions Arrangements
IFRIC 13 IFRIC Interpretation 13 customer loyalty programmes
IFRIC 14 IFRIC Interpretation 14 IAS 19 — The Limit on a defined benefit Asset, Minimum Funding Requirements and their Interaction
IFRIC 15 IFRIC Interpretation 15 Agreements for the Construction of Real Estate
IFRIC 16 IFRIC Interpretation 16 Hedges of a Net Investment in a Foreign Operation
IFRIC 17 IFRIC Interpretation 17 Distributions of Non-cash Assets to Owners
IFRIC 18 IFRIC Interpretation 18 Transfers of Assets from Customers
IFRIC 19 IFRIC Interpretation 19 Extinguishing Financial Liabilities with Equity Instruments
SIC-7 Introduction of the euro
SIC-10 Government assistance — no specific relation to operating activities
SIC-12 Consolidation — special purpose entities
SIC-13 Jointly controlled entities — non-monetary contributions by venturers
SIC-15 Operating leases — incentives
SIC-21 Income taxes — recovery of revalued non-depreciable assets
SIC-25 Income taxes - changes in the tax status of an entity or its shareholders
SIC-27 Evaluating the substance of transactions involving the legal form of a lease
SIC-29 Disclosure — service concession arrangements
SIC-31 Revenue — barter transactions involving advertising services
SIC-32 Intangible assets — website costs
REG 2008-1126(2012-02-22)
Accounting Standard (International) [REG 2015-0534]   IAS (International Accounting Standards) and IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards) reporting of supervisory financial information [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "IAS" and ‘IFRS" mean "International Accounting Standards" and "International Financial Reporting Standards" as mentioned in Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 1606/2002;
REG 2015-0534
Accounting Standard Board (International) [REG 2002-1606(2008-04-10)]   IASB (International Accounting Standards Board) international accounting standards [Article 2] Definitions
For the purpose of this Regulation, "international accounting standards" shall mean International Accounting Standards (IAS), International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and related Interpretations (SICIFRIC interpretations), subsequent amendments to those standards and related interpretations, future standards and related interpretations issued or adopted by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB).
REG 2002-1606(2008-04-10)
Accounting Standard for Business Enterprise [REG 2012-0311w]   ASBE (Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises) elements related to prospectuses and advertisements Whereas:
(3) In April 2010 the Ministry of Finance of China issued a "Roadmap for Continuing Convergence of the Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises with IFRS" (ASBE) ・・・
REG 2012-0311
accounting value (Regulatory) [RECOM 2013-0466]   Regulatory accounting value broadband investment environment [DEFINITIONS]
6. (p) "Regulatory accounting value" is the value of an asset as recorded in the audited regulatory accounts of an undertaking which considers actual utilisation and lifetimes of the assets, which are typically longer than those recorded in statutory accounts and which are more in line with technical lifetimes.
RECOM 2013-0466
accounting year [REG 2013-1303]   accounting year ERDF, ESF, Cohesion Fund, EAFRD, EMFF, [Article 2] Definitions
(29) "accounting year", means, for the purposes of Part Three and Part Four, the period from 1 July to 30 June, except for the first accounting year of the programming period, in respect of which it means the period from the start date for eligibility of expenditure until 30 June 2015. The final accounting year shall be from 1 July 2023 to 30 June 2024;
REG 2013-1303
accounting year [REG 2014-0223]   accounting year Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD) [Article 2] Definitions
(14) "accounting year", means the period from 1 July to 30 June, except for the first accounting year of the programming period, in respect of which it means the period from the start date for eligibility of expenditure until 30 June 2015. The final accounting year shall be from 1 July 2023 to 30 June 2024;
REG 2014-0223
accounting year [REG 2014-0897]   accounting year European Neighbourhood Instrument [Article 2] Definitions
(t) "accounting year" means the period from 1 July to 30 June, except for the first accounting year, in respect of which it means the period from the start date for eligibility of expenditure until 30 June 2015. The final accounting year shall be from 1 July 2023 to 30 September 2024. In case of indirect management with an international organisation in the sense of Article 80, the accounting year shall be the financial year;
REG 2014-0897
ACCOUNTS (EAFRD) [REG 2006-0883]   EAFRD ACCOUNTS keeping of accounts by the paying agencies, declarations of expenditure and revenue and the conditions for reimbursing expenditure under the EAGF and the EAFRD [CHAPTER 3] EAFRD ACCOUNTS
[Article 13] Rural development programme accounts
1. Each paying agency designated for a rural development programme shall keep accounts enabling all the operations for each programme and each measure to be identified. Such accounts shall include in particular: 【略】
[Article 14] Forecast of funding requirements
【以下略】
REG 2006-0883
ACCOUNTS (EAGF) [REG 2006-0883]   EAGF ACCOUNTS keeping of accounts by the paying agencies, declarations of expenditure and revenue and the conditions for reimbursing expenditure under the EAGF and the EAFRD [CHAPTER 2] EAGF ACCOUNTS
[Article 3] Provision of information by Member States
Member States shall collect and keep available for the Commission information on total expenditure effected and assigned revenue received each week as follows: 【略】
[Article 4] Communication of information by Member States
[Article 5] General rules on the declaration of expenditure and on assigned revenue
【以下略】
REG 2006-0883
Accounts (European System of National and Regional) [REG 1996-2223AA]   European System of National and Regional Accounts (ESA) European system of national and regional accounts [ANNEX A] EUROPEAN SYSTEM OF ACCOUNTS ESA 1995
CHAPTER 1 GENERAL FEATURES
1.01. The European System of National and Regional Accounts (1995 ESA, or simply: ESA) is an internationally compatible accounting framework for a systematic and detailed description of a total economy (that is a region, country or group of countries), its components and its relations with other total economies.
The 1995 ESA, replaces the European System of Integrated Economic Accounts published in 1970 (1970 ESA; a second, slightly modified, edition appeared in 1978).
The 1995 ESA is fully consistent with the revised world-wide guidelines on national accounting, the System of National Accounts (1993 SNA, or simply: SNA; these guidelines have been produced under the joint responsibility of the United Nations, the IMF, the Commission of the European Communities, the OECD and the World Bank). However, the ESA is focused more on the circumstances and data needs in the European Union. Like the SNA, the ESA is harmonized with the concepts and classifications used in many other, social and economic statistics. Cases in point are statistics on employment, statistics on manufacturing and statistics on external trade. The ESA can therefore serve as the central framework of reference for the social and economic statistics of the European Union and its Member States.
REG 1996-2223
Accounts (System of National) [REG 1996-2223AA]   System of National Accounts (SNA) European system of national and regional accounts [ANNEX A] EUROPEAN SYSTEM OF ACCOUNTS ESA 1995
CHAPTER 1 GENERAL FEATURES
1.01. The European System of National and Regional Accounts (1995 ESA, or simply: ESA) is an internationally compatible accounting framework for a systematic and detailed description of a total economy (that is a region, country or group of countries), its components and its relations with other total economies.
The 1995 ESA, replaces the European System of Integrated Economic Accounts published in 1970 (1970 ESA; a second, slightly modified, edition appeared in 1978).
The 1995 ESA is fully consistent with the revised world-wide guidelines on national accounting, the System of National Accounts (1993 SNA, or simply: SNA; these guidelines have been produced under the joint responsibility of the United Nations, the IMF, the Commission of the European Communities, the OECD and the World Bank). However, the ESA is focused more on the circumstances and data needs in the European Union. Like the SNA, the ESA is harmonized with the concepts and classifications used in many other, social and economic statistics. Cases in point are statistics on employment, statistics on manufacturing and statistics on external trade. The ESA can therefore serve as the central framework of reference for the social and economic statistics of the European Union and its Member States.
REG 1996-2223
ACCREDITATION [2016-C272-01]   ACCREDITATION "Blue Guide" on the implementation of EU products rules 2016 6.ACCREDITATION
Regulation (EC) No 765/2008 provides a legislative framework for accreditation at the national and EU levels and puts into place an overall policy with its rules, procedures and infrastructures. The reinforcement of accreditation as a means of underpinning the competence of conformity assessment bodies and hence the credibility and acceptance of certificates and other attestations, required to ensure the free movement of goods, has been a preoccupation of the Commission since the end of the 1970s. In the 1990s there was a trend towards accreditation becoming a commercial and competitive activity, hence reducing its credibility as the last level of control. The NLF however confirmed that in the EU, accreditation is a non-commercial and non-competitive public activity which is accountable to both national and European authorities.
The reinforced EU accreditation system thus put in place is in line with the standards, rules and practices of the international organisations ・・・
2016-C272-01
Accreditation [Decision 2013-0488Ap1]   Accreditation security rules for protecting EU classified information [Appendix A] DEFINITIONS
"Accreditation" means the process leading to a formal statement by the Security Accreditation Authority (SAA) that a system is approved to operate with a defined level of classification, in a particular security mode in its operational environment and at an acceptable level of risk, based on the premise that an approved set of technical, physical, organisational and procedural security measures has been implemented;
Decision 2013-0488
Accreditation [Decision 2015-0444]   Accreditation security rules for protecting EU classified information [CHAPTER 5] PROTECTION OF EU CLASSIFIED INFORMATION IN COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CIS) [Article 35] Definitions
(a) "Accreditation" means the formal authorisation and approval granted to a communication and information system by the Security Accreditation Authority (SAA) to process EUCI in its operational environment, following the formal validation of the Security Plan and its correct implementation;
Decision 2015-0444
accreditation [Directive 2013-0029]   accreditation 【新・火工品指令←Directive 2007/23/EC】
harmonisation of the laws making available on the market of pyrotechnic articles
[Article 3] Definitions
(15) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2013-0029
accreditation [Directive 2013-0053]   accreditation 【新・レクレーショナル舟艇指令← Directive 94/25/EC】recreational craft and personal watercraft [Article 3] Definitions
(21) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2013-0053
accreditation [Directive 2014-0028]   accreditation 【新・民生用爆薬指令】explosives for civil uses [Article 2] Definitions
(17) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0028
accreditation [Directive 2014-0029]   accreditation 【新・単純圧力容器指令 SPVD】
simple pressure vessels
[Article 2] Definitions
(10) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0029
accreditation [Directive 2014-0030]   accreditation 【新 EMC指令】electromagnetic compatibility [Article 3] Definitions
1. (18) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0030
accreditation [Directive 2014-0031]   accreditation 【新・非自動秤指令】
non-automatic weighing instruments
[Article 2] Definitions
(12) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0031
accreditation [Directive 2014-0032]   accreditation 新・【計量器指令】
measuring instruments
[Article 4] Definitions
(15) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) no 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0032
accreditation [Directive 2014-0033]   accreditation 新・【リフト指令】
lifts and safety components for lifts
[Article 2] Definitions
(14) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0033
accreditation [Directive 2014-0034]   accreditation 新・【防爆機器指令】
equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres
[Article 2] Definitions
(19) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0034
accreditation [Directive 2014-0053]   accreditation 新・【R&TTE指令】
making available on the market of radio equipment
[Article 2] Definitions
1. (19) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0053
accreditation [Directive 2014-0068]   accreditation 【圧力機器指令 ← Directive 97/23/EC】
making available on the market of pressure equipment
[Article 2] Definitions
(25) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0068
accreditation [Directive 2014-0090]   accreditation marine equipment [Article 2] Definitions
(15) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0090
accreditation [Directive 2016-0797]   accreditation interoperability of the rail system within the European Union [Article 2] Definitions
(39) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point (10) of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2016-0797
accreditation [Posit 2016-0002]   accreditation interoperability of the rail system [Article 2] Definitions
(39) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point (10) of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Posit 2016-0002
accreditation [REG 2012-0600]   accreditation verification of greenhouse gas emission reports and tonne-kilometre reports [Article 3] Definitions
(2) "accreditation" means attestation by a national accreditation body that a verifier meets the requirements set by harmonised standards, within the meaning of point 9 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008, and requirements set out in this Regulation to carry out the verification of an operator’s or aircraft operator’s report pursuant to this Regulation;
REG 2012-0600
accreditation [REG 2013-0402]   accreditation common safety method for risk evaluation and assessment [Article 3] Definitions
(29) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
REG 2013-0402
accreditation [REG 2016-0424]   accreditation 【新・人員輸送用ケーブル設備規則←Directive 2000/9/EC】
cableway installations
[Article 3] Definitions
(20) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
REG 2016-0424
accreditation [REG 2016-0425]   accreditation 【新・身体防護用具規則】
PPE (personal protective equipment)
[Article 3] Definitions
(11) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
REG 2016-0425
accreditation [REG 2016-0426]   accreditation 【ガス燃焼機器規則←指令】
appliances burning gaseous fuels
[Article 2] Definitions
(24) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in point 10 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
REG 2016-0426
accreditation (regime, old) [Decision 2014-0106]   old regime accreditations accreditation procedures for manufacturers of euro secure items and euro items [Article 1] Definitions
12. "old regime accreditations" means valid temporary or full accreditations, in particular security, quality, environmental or health and safety accreditations granted by the ECB to a manufacturer to carry out euro secure activity and/or euro items activity in accordance with Decisions ECB/2008/3, ECB/2010/22 and ECB/2011/8;
Decision 2014-0106
accreditation (scope of) [REG 2012-0600]   scope of accreditation verification of greenhouse gas emission reports and tonne-kilometre reports [Article 3] Definitions
(7) "scope of accreditation" means activities referred to in Annex I for which accreditation is sought or has been granted;
REG 2012-0600
accreditation (security, full) [Decision 2008-0402]   full security accreditation security accreditation procedures for manufacturers of euro secure items [Article 1] Definitions
(i) "full security accreditation" means the status, the scope of which is set out in Article 3, granted by the ECB to a manufacturer for a euro secure activity in respect of a euro secure item;
Decision 2008-0402
accreditation (security, temporary) [Decision 2008-0402]   temporary security accreditation security accreditation procedures for manufacturers of euro secure items [Article 1] Definitions
(l) "temporary security accreditation" means the status, the scope of which is set out in Article 4, granted by the ECB to a manufacturer confirming that it may prepare to carry out a euro secure activity in respect of a euro secure item.
Decision 2008-0402
accreditation (voluntary) [Directive 1999-0093]   voluntary accreditation Community framework for electronic signatures [Article 2] Definition
13. "voluntary accreditation" means any permission, setting out rights and obligations specific to the provision of certification services, to be granted upon request by the certification-service-provider concerned, by the public or private body charged with the elaboration of, and supervision of compliance with, such rights and obligations, where the certification-service-provider is not entitled to exercise the rights stemming from the permission until it has received the decision by the body.
Directive 1999-0093
Accreditation [2010-C341-04]   Accreditation best practice guidelines for voluntary certification schemes for agricultural products and foodstuffs 2.2. Definition of terms
7. Accreditation: third-party attestation related to a body conveying formal demonstration of its competence to carry out specific tasks. In the EU ( 2 ), accreditation shall mean an attestation by a national accreditation body that a conformity assessment body meets the requirements set by harmonised standards and, where applicable, any additional requirements including those set out in relevant sectoral schemes, to carry out a specific conformity assessment activity.
2010-C341-04
Accreditation [Decision 2001-0844A]   Accreditation internal Rules of Procedure ANNEX RULES ON SECURITY
PART II: THE ORGANISATION OF SECURITY IN THE COMMISSION
25. PROTECTION OF EU CLASSIFIED INFORMATION HANDLED IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS
25.2. Definitions
"Accreditation" shall mean: the authorisation and approval granted to a system to process EU classified information in its operational environment.
Note: Such accreditation should be made after all appropriate security procedures have been implemented and a sufficient level of protection of the system resources has been achieved. Accreditation should normally be made on the basis of the SSRS, including the following:
(a) A statement of the objective of accreditation for the system; in particular, what classification level(s) of information are to be handled and what system or network security mode(s) of operation is being proposed;
(b) Production of a risk management review to identify the threats and vulnerabilities and measures to counter them;
(c) The Security Operating Procedures (SecOPs) with a detailed description of the proposed operations (e.g., modes, services, to be provided) and including a description of the system security features which shall form the basis of accreditation;
(d) The plan for the implementation and maintenance of the security features;
(e) The plan for initial and follow-on system security or network security test, evaluation and certification, and
(f) Certification, where required, together with other elements of accreditation.
Decision 2001-0844
accreditation [Decision 2007-0589A15]   accreditation guidelines for the monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions [Annex I] General guidelines
2. DEFINITIONS
5. the following definitions relating to control and verification shall apply:
(k) "accreditation" in the context of verification means the issuing of a statement by an accreditation body based on its decision following a detailed assessment related to a verifier conveying formal demonstration of its competence and independence to carry out verification in accordance with specified requirements;
Decision 2007-0589
accreditation [Decision 2008-0768A1]   accreditation common framework for the marketing of products [ANNEX I] REFERENCE PROVISIONS FOR COMMUNITY HARMONISATION LEGISLATION FOR PRODUCTS
[Article R1] Definitions
10. "accreditation" shall have the meaning assigned to it by Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Decision 2008-0768
accreditation [Directive 2009-0048]   accreditation 【玩具指令 ← Directive 88/378/EEC】
safety of toys
[Article 3] Definitions
10. "accreditation" shall have the meaning assigned to it by Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2009-0048
accreditation [Directive 2010-0035]   accreditation 【新・可搬形圧力容器指令】
transportable pressure equipment
[Article 2] Definitions
(22) "accreditation" means an attestation by a national accreditation body that a notified body meets the requirements set out in the second paragraph of 1.8.6.8 of the Annexes to Directive 2008/68/EC;
Directive 2010-0035
accreditation [Posit 2010-0015]   accreditation harmonised conditions for the marketing of construction products and repealing Council Directive 89/106/EEC(【建設資材指令】) [Article 2] Definitions
25. "accreditation" has the meaning assigned to it by Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Posit 2010-0015
accreditation [REG 2008-0765]   accreditation accreditation and market surveillance relating to the marketing of products [Article 2 Definitions]
10. "accreditation" shall mean an attestation by a national accreditation body that a conformity assessment body meets the requirements set by harmonised standards and, where applicable, any additional requirements including those set out in relevant sectoral schemes, to carry out a specific conformity assessment activity;
REG 2008-0765
accreditation [REG 2011-0305]   accreditation 【CPR ← 建設資材指令】construction products [Article 2] Definitions
25. "accreditation" has the meaning assigned to it by Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
REG 2011-0305
accreditation [REG 2011-0445]   accreditation certification of entities in charge of maintenance for freight wagons [Article 3] Definitions
2. (a) "accreditation" means accreditation as defined in Article 2(10) of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
REG 2011-0445
accreditation body [REG 2013-0920]   accreditation body designation and the supervision of notified bodies (active implantable medical devices and medical devices) [Article 1] Definitions
(d) "accreditation body" means the sole body in a Member State that performs accreditation with authority derived from the State as laid down by Article 2(10) of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
REG 2013-0920
accreditation body (national) [Directive 2013-0029]   national accreditation body 【新・火工品指令←Directive 2007/23/EC】
harmonisation of the laws making available on the market of pyrotechnic articles
[Article 3] Definitions
(16) "national accreditation body" means national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2013-0029
accreditation body (national) [Directive 2013-0053]   national accreditation body 【新・レクレーショナル舟艇指令← Directive 94/25/EC】recreational craft and personal watercraft [Article 3] Definitions
(22) "national accreditation body" means national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2013-0053
accreditation body (national) [Directive 2014-0028]   national accreditation body 【新・民生用爆薬指令】explosives for civil uses [Article 2] Definitions
(18) "national accreditation body" means national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0028
accreditation body (national) [Directive 2014-0029]   national accreditation body 【新・単純圧力容器指令 SPVD】
simple pressure vessels
[Article 2] Definitions
(11) "national accreditation body" means national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0029
accreditation body (national) [Directive 2014-0030]   national accreditation body 【新 EMC指令】electromagnetic compatibility [Article 3] Definitions
1. (19) "national accreditation body" means national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0030
accreditation body (national) [Directive 2014-0031]   national accreditation body 【新・非自動秤指令】
non-automatic weighing instruments
[Article 2] Definitions
(13) "national accreditation body" means national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0031
accreditation body (national) [Directive 2014-0032]   national accreditation body 新・【計量器指令】
measuring instruments
[Article 4] Definitions
(16) "national accreditation body" means national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) no 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0032
accreditation body (national) [Directive 2014-0033]   national accreditation body 新・【リフト指令】
lifts and safety components for lifts
[Article 2] Definitions
(15) "national accreditation body" means national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0033
accreditation body (national) [Directive 2014-0034]   national accreditation body 新・【防爆機器指令】
equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres
[Article 2] Definitions
(20) "national accreditation body" means national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0034
accreditation body (national) [Directive 2014-0053]   national accreditation body 新・【R&TTE指令】
making available on the market of radio equipment
[Article 2] Definitions
1. (20) "national accreditation body" means national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0053
accreditation body (national) [Directive 2014-0068]   national accreditation body 【圧力機器指令 ← Directive 97/23/EC】
making available on the market of pressure equipment
[Article 2] Definitions
(26) "national accreditation body" means national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0068
accreditation body (national) [Directive 2014-0090]   national accreditation body marine equipment [Article 2] Definitions
(16) "national accreditation body" means national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2014-0090
accreditation body (national) [Directive 2016-0797]   national accreditation body interoperability of the rail system within the European Union [Article 2] Definitions
(40) "national accreditation body" means a national accreditation body as defined in point (11) of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Directive 2016-0797
accreditation body (national) [Posit 2016-0002]   national accreditation body interoperability of the rail system [Article 2] Definitions
(40) "national accreditation body" means a national accreditation body as defined in point (11) of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Posit 2016-0002
accreditation body (national) [REG 2013-0402]   national accreditation body common safety method for risk evaluation and assessment [Article 3] Definitions
(30) "national accreditation body" means a national accreditation body as defined in Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
REG 2013-0402
accreditation body (national) [REG 2016-0424]   national accreditation body 【新・人員輸送用ケーブル設備規則←Directive 2000/9/EC】
cableway installations
[Article 3] Definitions
(21) "national accreditation body" means a national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
REG 2016-0424
accreditation body (national) [REG 2016-0425]   national accreditation body 【新・身体防護用具規則】
PPE (personal protective equipment)
[Article 3] Definitions
(12) "national accreditation body" means a national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
REG 2016-0425
accreditation body (national) [REG 2016-0426]   national accreditation body 【ガス燃焼機器規則←指令】
appliances burning gaseous fuels
[Article 2] Definitions
(25) "national accreditation body" means a national accreditation body as defined in point 11 of Article 2 of Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
REG 2016-0426
accreditation body (national) [Decision 2008-0768A1]   national accreditation body common framework for the marketing of products [ANNEX I] REFERENCE PROVISIONS FOR COMMUNITY HARMONISATION LEGISLATION FOR PRODUCTS
[Article R1] Definitions
11. "national accreditation body" shall have the meaning assigned to it by Regulation (EC) No 765/2008;
Decision 2008-0768
accreditation body (national) [Directive 2010-0035]   national accreditation body 【新・可搬形圧力容器指令】
transportable pressure equipment
[Article 2] Definitions
(21) "national accreditation body" means the sole body in a Member State that performs accreditation with authority derived from the State;
Directive 2010-0035
Accreditation Body [REG 2009-1221]   Accreditation Body EMAS(eco-management and audit scheme) [Article 2] Definitions
30. "Accreditation Body" means a national accreditation bodyappointed pursuant to Article 4 of Regulation (EC)No 765/2008 which is responsible for the accreditation andsupervision of environmental verifiers;
REG 2009-1221
accreditation cards (Olympic) [REG 2009-0810A11]   Olympic accreditation cards Community Code on Visas (Visa Code) [ANNEX XI] SPECIFIC PROCEDURES AND CONDITIONS FACILITATING THE ISSUING OF VISAS TO MEMBERS OF THE OLYMPIC FAMILY PARTICIPATING IN THE OLYMPIC GAMES AND PARALYMPIC GAMES
[CHAPTER I] Purpose and definitions [Article 2] Definitions
3. "Olympic accreditation cards" which are issued by the Organising Committee of the Member State hosting the Olympic and Paralympic Games in accordance with its national legislation means one of two secure documents, one for the Olympic Games and one for the Paralympic Games, each bearing a photograph of its holder, establishing the identity of the member of the Olympic family and authorising access to the facilities at which competitions are held and to other events scheduled throughout the duration of the Games;
REG 2009-0810
accreditation decision (ECB, repealed) [Decision 2014-0106]   repealed ECB accreditation decisions accreditation procedures for manufacturers of euro secure items and euro items [Article 1] Definitions
13. "repealed ECB accreditation decisions" means collectively Decisions ECB/2008/3, ECB/2010/22 and ECB/2011/8;
Decision 2014-0106
Accreditation Process [Decision 2015-0444]   Accreditation Process security rules for protecting EU classified information [CHAPTER 5] PROTECTION OF EU CLASSIFIED INFORMATION IN COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CIS) [Article 35] Definitions
(b) "Accreditation Process" means the necessary steps and tasks required prior to the accreditation by the Security Accreditation Authority. These steps and tasks shall be specified in an Accreditation Process Standard;
Decision 2015-0444
accreditation requirement [Decision 2014-0106]   accreditation requirements accreditation procedures for manufacturers of euro secure items and euro items [Article 1] Definitions
8. "accreditation requirements" means the ECB's substantive requirements, the accreditation procedure and location requirements as well as the continuing obligations laid down in this Decision, which a manufacturer must comply with to be granted or to retain its provisional accreditation or accreditation;
Decision 2014-0106
accreditation system [REG 2001-0761]   accreditation system eco-management and audit scheme (EMAS) [Article 2] Definitions
(r) "accreditation system" shall mean a system for the accreditation and supervision of environmental verifiers operated by an impartial institution or organisation designated or created by the Member State (accreditation body), with sufficient resources and competency and having appropriate procedures for performing the functions defined by this Regulation for such a system;
REG 2001-0761
accredited manufacturer [Decision 2008-0402]   accredited manufacturer security accreditation procedures for manufacturers of euro secure items [Article 1] Definitions
(h) "manufacturer" means any entity that is, or wishes to be, involved in a euro secure activity, except entities that are only, or only wish to be, involved in the transport or destruction of euro secure items, and "accredited manufacturer" means a manufacturer which has been granted full security accreditation;
Decision 2008-0402
accredited manufacturer [Decision 2014-0106]   accredited manufacturer accreditation procedures for manufacturers of euro secure items and euro items [Article 1] Definitions
9. "accredited manufacturer" means a manufacturer with a provisional accreditation or accreditation;
Decision 2014-0106
accredited representative [REG 2010-0996]   accredited representative investigation and prevention of accidents and incidents in civil aviation [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "accredited representative" means a person designated by a State, on the basis of his or her qualifications, for the purpose of participating in a safety investigation conducted by another State. An accredited representative designated by a Member State shall be from a safety investigation authority;
REG 2010-0996
accumulated equity value [Decision 2013-0357]   accumulated equity value measures necessary for the contribution to the European Central Bank's accumulated equity value [Article 1] Definitions
(a) "accumulated equity value" means the total of the ECB's reserves, revaluation accounts and provisions equivalent to reserves as calculated by the ECB as at 30 June 2013, plus or minus the ECB's accumulated net profit or loss, as the case may be, from 1 January 2013 until 30 June 2013. The ECB's reserves and those provisions equivalent to reserves shall include, without limitation to the generality of the "accumulated equity value", the general reserve fund and the provision for foreign exchange rate, interest rate, credit and gold price risks;
Decision 2013-0357
accumulated equity value [Decision 2014-0028]   accumulated equity value measures necessary for the contribution to the ECB's accumulated equity value [Article 1] Definitions
(a) "accumulated equity value" means the total of the ECB's reserves, revaluation accounts and provisions equivalent to reserves as calculated by the ECB as at 31 December 2013.
The ECB's reserves and those provisions equivalent to reserves shall include, without limitation to the generality of the "accumulated equity value", the general reserve fund and the provision for foreign exchange rate, interest rate, credit and gold price risks;
Decision 2014-0028
accumulated other comprehensive income [REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11]   accumulated other comprehensive income 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (100) "accumulated other comprehensive income" has the same meaning as under International Accounting Standard (IAS) 1, as applicable under Regulation (EC) No 1606/ 2002;
REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11
accumulated other comprehensive income [REG 2013-0575]   accumulated other comprehensive income 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (100) "accumulated other comprehensive income" has the same meaning as under International Accounting Standard (IAS) 1, as applicable under Regulation (EC) No 1606/2002;
REG 2013-0575
accumulation (mileage) [REG 2014-0134]   mileage accumulation environmental and propulsion unit performance requirements [Article 2] Definitions
(38) "mileage accumulation" means a representative test vehicle or a fleet of representative test vehicles driving a predefined distance as set out in points (a) or (b) of Article 23(3) to Regulation (EU) No 168/2013 in accordance with the test requirements of Annex VI to this Regulation;
REG 2014-0134
accumulation factor (soil, biota) [REG 2014-0260C30]   BSAF (biota-soil accumulation factor) REACH test methods [ANNEX] The Annex to Regulation (EC) No 440/2008 is amended as follows:
(10) Chapters C.27, C.28, C.29 and C.30 are added:
C. 30. BIOACCUMULATION IN TERRESTRIAL OLIGOCHAETES
Appendix 1 : DEFINITIONS
The biota-soil accumulation factor (BSAF) is the lipid-normalised concentration of the test chemical in/on the test organism divided by the organic carbon-normalised concentration of the test chemical in the soil at steady state. C a is then expressed as g·kg -1 lipid content of the organism, and C s as g·kg -1 organic content of the soil; the BSAF has the units of kg OC·kg -1 lipid.
REG 2014-0260
accumulation schedule (service) [REG 2011-0582]   service accumulation schedule emissions from heavy duty vehicles (Euro VI) and amending Annexes I and III [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "service accumulation schedule" means the ageing cycle and the service accumulation period for determining the deterioration factors for the engine-aftertreatment system family;
REG 2011-0582
accumulator (automotive) [REG 2006-0066]   automotive battery or accumulator batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators [Article 3] Definitions
(5) "automotive battery or accumulator" means any battery or accumulator used for automotive starter, lighting or ignition power;
REG 2006-0066
accumulator (spent) [Directive 1991-0157]   spent battery or accumulator batteries and accumulators containing certain dangerous substances 【旧・電池指令】 [Article 2]
(b) "spent battery or accumulator" means a battery or accumulator which is not re-usable and is intended for recovery or disposal;
Directive 1991-0157
accumulator (waste) [REG 2006-0066]   waste battery or accumulator batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators [Article 3] Definitions
(7) "waste battery or accumulator" means any battery or accumulator which is waste within the meaning of Article 1(1)(a) of Directive 2006/12/EC;
REG 2006-0066
accumulator [Directive 1991-0157]   battery or accumulator batteries and accumulators containing certain dangerous substances 【旧・電池指令】 [Article 2]
(a) "battery or accumulator" means a source of electrical energy generated by direct conversion of chemicalenergy and consisting of one or more primary (non-rechargeable) batteries or secondary (rechargeable) cells, as listed in Annex I;
Directive 1991-0157
accumulator [Directive 2006-0066]   "battery" or "accumulator" 【新・電池指令】batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators [Article 3 Definitions]
(1) "battery" or "accumulator" means any source of electrical energy generated by direct conversion of chemical energy and consisting of one or more primary battery cells (nonrechargeable) or consisting of one or more secondary battery cells (rechargeable);
Directive 2006-0066
accumulator [REG 2006-0066]   "battery" or "accumulator" batteries and accumulators and waste batteries and accumulators [Article 3] Definitions
(1) "battery" or "accumulator" means any source of electrical energy generated by direct conversion of chemical energy and consisting of one or more primary battery cells (non-rechargeable) or consisting of one or more secondary battery cells (rechargeable);
REG 2006-0066
accuracy [REG 2012-0601]   accuracy monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions [Article 3] Definitions
(16) "accuracy" means the closeness of the agreement between the result of a measurement and the true value of the particular quantity or a reference value determined empirically using internationally accepted and traceable calibration materials and standard methods, taking into account both random and systematic factors;
REG 2012-0601
accuracy [REG 2012-0923]   accuracy common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
1. "accuracy" means a degree of conformance between the estimated or measured value and the true value;
REG 2012-0923
Accuracy [REG 2016-0427A]   Accuracy emissions from light passenger and commercial vehicles (Euro 6) Regulation (EC) No 692/2008 is amended as follows:
[ANNEX] ANNEX IIIA : VERIFYING REAL DRIVING EMISSIONS
1.2.1. "Accuracy" means the deviation between a measured or calculated value and a traceable reference value.
REG 2016-0427
accuracy (GNSS) [REG 2016-0799a1c]   GNSS accuracy construction, testing, installation, operation and repair of tachographs [ANNEX I C] Requirements for construction, testing, installation, and inspection
1. DEFINITIONS
(eee) "GNSS accuracy": in the context of recording the position from a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) with tachographs, means the value of the horizontal dilution of precision (HDOP) calculated as the minimum of the HDOP values collected on the available GNSS systems.
REG 2016-0799
accuracy (uncertainty of measurement) [COM 2014-C207-02]   uncertainty of measurement (accuracy) ecodesign requirements for space heaters and combination heaters 7. Energy inputs Definitions
- "uncertainty of measurement (accuracy)" is the precision with which an instrument or a chain of instruments is capable to represent an actual value as established by a highly-calibrated measurement reference;
COM 2014-C207-02
accuracy (uncertainty of measurement) [COM 2014-C207-03]   uncertainty of measurement (accuracy) ecodesign requirements for water heaters and hot water storage tanks 4.1. Definitions
- "uncertainty of measurement (accuracy)" is the precision with which an instrument or a chain of instruments is capable to represent an actual value as established by a highly-calibrated measurement reference;
COM 2014-C207-03
accuracy [Decision 2007-0589A13]   accuracy guidelines for the monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions [Annex I] General guidelines
2. DEFINITIONS
3. The following definitions shall apply in relation to measurement:
(a) "accuracy" means the closeness of the agreement between the result of a measurement and the true value of the particular quantity (or a reference value determined empirically using internationally accepted and traceable calibration materials and standard methods), taking into account both, random and systematic factors;
Decision 2007-0589
accuracy [REG 2000-2870]   accuracy analysis of spirits drinks [Article 4]
(c) "accuracy": shall be the closeness of agreement between a test result and the accepted reference value {ISO 3534-1}.
REG 2000-2870
accuracy [REG 2008-0482]   accuracy software safety assurance system to be implemented by air navigation service providers [Article 2] Definitions
24. "accuracy" means the required precision of the computed results;
REG 2008-0482
accuracy [REG 2009-0223]   accuracy (Statistical quality) transmission of data subject to statistical confidentiality to the Statistical Office [Article 12] Statistical quality
1. To guarantee the quality of results, European statistics shall be developed, produced and disseminated on the basis of uniform standards and of harmonised methods. In this respect, the following quality criteria shall apply:
(a) "relevance", which refers to the degree to which statistics meet current and potential needs of the users;
(b) "accuracy", which refers to the closeness of estimates to the unknown true values;
(c) "timeliness", which refers to the period between the availability of the information and the event or phenomenon it describes;
(d) "punctuality", which refers to the delay between the date of the release of the data and the target date (the date by which the data should have been delivered);
(e) "accessibility" and "clarity", which refer to the conditions and modalities by which users can obtain, use and interpret data;
(f) "comparability", which refers to the measurement of the impact of differences in applied statistical concepts, measurement tools and procedures where statistics are compared between geographical areas, sectoral domains or over time;
(g) "coherence", which refers to the adequacy of the data to be reliably combined in different ways and for various uses.
REG 2009-0223
accuracy [REG 2010-0073]   accuracy requirements on the quality of aeronautical data and aeronautical information [Article 3] Definitions
4. "accuracy" means a degree of conformance between the estimated or measured value and the true value;
REG 2010-0073
Accuracy [REG 2010-1152A]   Accuracy REACH [ANNEX] B. 47. BOVINE CORNEAL OPACITY AND PERMEABILITY TEST METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING OCULAR CORROSIVES AND SEVERE IRRITANTS
[Appendix 1] DEFINITIONS
Accuracy: The closeness of agreement between test method results and accepted reference values. It is a measure of test method performance and one aspect of "relevance". The term is often used interchangeably with "concordance", to mean the proportion of correct outcomes of a test method
REG 2010-1152
Accuracy [REG 2010-1152A2]   Accuracy REACH [ANNEX] B. 48. ISOLATED CHICKEN EYE TEST METHOD FOR IDENTIFYING OCULAR CORROSIVES AND SEVERE IRRITANTS
[Appendix 1] DEFINITIONS
Accuracy: The closeness of agreement between test method results and accepted reference values. It is a measure of test method performance and one aspect of "relevance". The term is often used interchangeably with "concordance", to mean the proportion of correct outcomes of a test method.
REG 2010-1152
accuracy [REG 2011-1207]   accuracy performance and the interoperability of surveillance for the single European sky [Article 3] Definitions
(15) "accuracy" means the degree of conformity of the provided value of a data item with its actual value at the time when the data item is output from the surveillance chain;
REG 2011-1207
Accuracy class [Decision 2011-0476A]   Accuracy class safety requirements (stationary training equipment) [ANNEX] SPECIFIC SAFETY REQUIREMENTS FOR STATIONARY TRAINING EQUIPMENT Part I
Accuracy classes
Class A: high accuracy;
Class B: medium accuracy;
Class C: minimum accuracy.
Decision 2011-0476
Accuracy classes [Directive 1990-0384A1]   Accuracy classes 【旧・非自動秤指令→ Directive 2009/23/EC】
non-automatic weighing instruments
[ANNEX I]
METROLOGICAL REQUIREMENTS
2. Accuracy classes
2.1. The following accuracy classes have been defined:
I special
II high
III medium
IIII ordinary
The specifications of these classes are given in Table 1.
TABLE 1: Accuracy classes [表]
Directive 1990-0384
Accuracy classes [Directive 2009-0023A1]   Accuracy classes 【非自動秤指令← 旧Council Directive 90/384/EEC】
non-automatic weighing instruments
[ANNEX I] ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS
2. Accuracy classes
2.1. The following accuracy classes have been defined:
I special
II high
III medium
IIII ordinary
The specifications of these classes are given in Table 1.
Table 1 Accuracy classes [表]
Directive 2009-0023
ACER [Opinion 2011-C279-03]   ACER (European Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators) energy market integrity and transparency I. INTRODUCTION
5. Market monitoring at the European level to uncover possible infringements of these prohibitions will be the responsibility of the European Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (the "ACER")(注) .
注: ACER is a European Union body established in 2010. Its mission is to assist national energy regulatory authorities in exercising, at EU level, the regulatory tasks that they perform in the Member States and, where necessary, to coordinate their action.
Opinion 2011-C279-03
acetate [Directive 1996-0074A1]   acetate textile names [ANNEX I] TABLE OF TEXTILE FIBRES
[表] Nos / Name / Fibre description
19 / acetate / cellulose acetate fibre wherein less than 92 % but at least 74 % of the hydroxyl groups are acetylated
Directive 1996-0074
acetate [Directive 2008-0121]   acetate textile names [ANNEX I] TABLE OF TEXTILE FIBRES
[表] No / Name / Fibre description
19 / acetate / cellulose acetate fibre wherein less than 92 % but at least 74 % of the hydroxyl groups are acetylated
Directive 2008-0121
acetate [Posit 2011-0005A1]   acetate textile fibre names and related labelling and marking of fibre composition of textile products [ANNEX I] List of textile fibre names : Table 2
[表] Number / Name / Fibre description
19 / acetate / cellulose acetate fibre wherein less than 92 % but at least 74 % of the hydroxyl groups are acetylated
Posit 2011-0005
acetate [REG 2011-1007A1]   acetate textile fibre names [ANNEX I] List of textile fibre names
Table 2 : Number / Name / Fibre description
19 / acetate / cellulose acetate fibre wherein less than 92 % but at least 74 % of the hydroxyl groups are acetylated
REG 2011-1007
ACFA [REG 2000-0657A]   Advisory Committee on Fisheries and Aquaculture (ACFA) closer dialogue with the fishing sector and groups affected by the common fisheries policy Whereas:
(2) In view of the tasks of the Advisory Committee on Fisheries and Aquaculture (ACFA) renewed under Commission Decision 1999/478/EC (1), these objectives of closer dialogue and transparency could be made easier by the introduction of new measures to improve the organisation of meetings of the ACFA, on the one hand, and the communication to the groups concerned of information concerning the issues at stake and the results achieved, on the other.
REG 2000-0657
achieved with independence [REG 2008-0482]   achieved with independence software safety assurance system to be implemented by air navigation service providers [Article 2] Definitions
16. "achieved with independence" means, for software verification process activities, that the verification process activities are performed by a person(s) other than the developer of the item being verified;
REG 2008-0482
acid (Ascorbic) [2010-C043-01]   Ascorbic acid List and description of methods of analysis (wine products, Single CMO) [ANNEX] 16 SIMULTANEOUS DETERMINATION OF L-ASCORBIC ACID AND D-ISOASCORBIC ACID BY MEANS OF HPLC AND UV DETECTION (OIV-AS-313-22-ACASCO) — CATEGORY II METHOD
1. INTRODUCTION
Ascorbic acid is an antioxidant naturally present in a whole series of foods. The normal amount of ascorbic acid in the grape diminishes during the preparation of musts and in the course of wine making. It can be added to musts and to wines within certain limits.
The method described has been validated within the framework of interlaboratory tests, by means of analyses of samples of wine with added amounts of L-ascorbic acid and D-isoascorbic acid respectively of 30 mg/L to 150 mg/l and of 10 mg/l to 100 mg/l.
2010-C043-01
acid (Citric) [2010-C043-01]   Citric acid List and description of methods of analysis (wine products, Single CMO) [ANNEX] 13 CITRIC ACID (OIV-AS-313-09-ACIENZ) — CATEGORY II METHOD
1. PRINCIPLE OF THE METHOD
Citric acid is converted into oxaloacetate and acetate in a reaction catalysed by citrate-lyase (CL):
citrate ←→ oxaloacetate + acetate
【以下略】
2010-C043-01
acid (Sorbic) [2010-C043-01]   Sorbic acid List and description of methods of analysis (wine products, Single CMO) [ANNEX] 14 SORBIC ACID (OIV-AS-313-14-ACISOR) — CATEGORY IV METHOD
1. PRINCIPLE OF METHODS
1.1. Determination by ultraviolet absorption spectrophotometry
Sorbic acid (trans, trans, 2.4-hexadienoic acid) extracted by steam distillation is determined in the wine distillate by ultraviolet absorption spectrophotometry. Substances that interfere in the ultraviolet are removed by evaporation to dryness using a lightly alkali, calcium hydroxide. Thin layer chromatography is used for confirmation of levels (1 mg/l) less than 20 mg/l.
2010-C043-01
acid casein (edible) [Directive 1983-0417(2009-01-20)A1]   edible acid casein lactoproteins (caseins and caseinates) intended for human consumption [ANNEX I] EDIBLE CASEINS
I. NAMES AND DEFINITIONS
(a) "edible acid casein" means edible casein obtained by precipitation using the technological adjuvants and bacterial cultures listed in Section II (d) which comply with the standards laid down in Section II.
Directive 1983-0417(2009-01-20)
acid casein (edible) [Directive 2015-2203]   edible acid casein caseins and caseinates intended for human consumption [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "edible acid casein" means a milk product obtained by separating, washing and drying the acid-precipitated coagulum of skimmed milk and/or of other products obtained from milk;
Directive 2015-2203
acid waste (strong) [Directive 1992-0112]   strong acid waste harmonizing the programmes for the reduction and eventual elimination of pollution caused by waste from the titanium dioxide industry [Article 2] 1. For the purposes of this Directive:
(a) where the sulphate process is used:
strong acid waste shall mean:
- the mother liquors arising from the filtration phase following hydrolysis of the titanyl sulphate solution. If these mother liquors are associated with weak acid wastes which overall contain more than 0,5 % free sulphuric acid and various heavy metals (3), the liquors and waste taken together shall be considered strong acid waste,
Directive 1992-0112
acid waste (strong) [Directive 1992-0112b]   strong acid waste harmonizing the programmes for the reduction and eventual elimination of pollution caused by waste from the titanium dioxide industry [Article 2] 1. For the purposes of this Directive:
(b) where the chlorine process is used:
strong acid waste shall mean:
- waste containing more than 0,5 % free hydrochloric acid and various heavy metals (1);
Directive 1992-0112
acid waste (weak) [Directive 1992-0112]   weak acid waste harmonizing the programmes for the reduction and eventual elimination of pollution caused by waste from the titanium dioxide industry [Article 2] 1. For the purposes of this Directive:
(a) where the sulphate process is used:
weak acid waste shall mean:
- wash waters, cooling waters, condensates and other sludges and liquid wastes, other than those included in the above definitions, containing 0,5 % or less free sulphuric acid
Directive 1992-0112
acid waste (weak) [Directive 1992-0112b]   weak acid waste harmonizing the programmes for the reduction and eventual elimination of pollution caused by waste from the titanium dioxide industry [Article 2] 1. For the purposes of this Directive:
(b) where the chlorine process is used:
weak acid waste shall mean:
- wash waters, cooling waters, condensates and other sludges and liquid wastes, other than those included in the above definitions, containing 0,5 % or less free hydrochloric acid
Directive 1992-0112
acidity [REG 2002-1019 (2010-07-11)]   acidity or maximum acidity marketing standards for olive oil [Article 5] Among the optional indications which may appear on the labelling of oil ・・・
(d) indication of the acidity or maximum acidity may appear only if it is accompanied by an indication, in lettering of the same size and in the same visual field, of the peroxide value, the wax content and the ultraviolet absorption, determined in accordance with Regulation (EEC) No 2568/91.
REG 2002-1019 (2010-07-11)
acidity [REG 2012-0029]   acidity or maximum acidity marketing standards for olive oil [Article 5] Among the optional indications which may appear on the labelling of oil ・・・
(d) indication of the acidity or maximum acidity may appear only if it is accompanied by an indication, in lettering of the same size and in the same visual field, of the peroxide value, the wax content and the ultraviolet absorption, determined in accordance with Regulation (EEC) No 2568/91.
REG 2012-0029
acidity (volatile) [2010-C043-01]   volatile acidity List and description of methods of analysis (wine products, Single CMO) [ANNEX] 12 VOLATILE ACIDITY (OIV-AS-313-02-ACIVOL) — CATEGORY I METHOD
1. DEFINITION
The volatile acidity is formed from the acids of the acetic series present in wine in the free state and combined as a salt.
2010-C043-01
acidity of the wine (total) [2010-C043-01]   total acidity of the wine List and description of methods of analysis (wine products, Single CMO) [ANNEX] 11 TOTAL ACIDITY (OIV-AS-313-01-ACITOT) — CATEGORY I METHOD
1. DEFINITION
The total acidity of the wine is the sum of its titratable acidities when it is titrated to pH 7 against a standard alkaline solution.
Carbon dioxide is not included in the total acidity.
2010-C043-01
acidity regulators [Directive 1995-0002]   acidity regulators food additives other than colours and sweeteners [Article 1]
3. (e) "acidity regulators" are substances which alter or control the acidity or alkalinity of a foodstuff;
Directive 1995-0002
acids [Directive 1995-0002]   acids food additives other than colours and sweeteners [Article 1]
3. (d) "acids" are substances which increase the acidity of a foodstuff and/or impart a sour taste to it;
Directive 1995-0002
ACL [REG 2009-0029A2 (2009-02-06)]   ACL (ATC Clearances and Information service) data link services for the single European sky [ANNEX II] Definition of data link services referred to in Articles 3, 4, 5 and 7 and Annex IV
3. Definition of ATC Clearances and Information service (ACL)
The ACL service shall provide flight crews and controllers with the ability to conduct operational exchanges comprising:
- requests and reports from flight crews to air traffic controllers,
- ・・・
  ・・・・・
REG 2009-0029 (2009-02-06)
ACM [REG 2009-0029A2 (2009-02-06)]   ACM (ATC Communications Management service) data link services for the single European sky [ANNEX II] Definition of data link services referred to in Articles 3, 4, 5 and 7 and Annex IV
2. Definition of ATC Communications Management service (ACM)
The ACM service shall provide automated assistance to flight crews and air traffic controllers for conducting the transfer of ATC communications (voice and data) comprising:
- the initial establishment of CPDLC with an ATS unit,
- ・・・
  ・・・・・
REG 2009-0029 (2009-02-06)
ACOUSTIC SIGN [Directive 1992-0058A7 (2007-06-27)]   ACOUSTIC SIGNS safety and/or health signs at work [ANNEX VII] MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR ACOUSTIC SIGNS
1. Intrinsic features
1.1. Acoustic signals must:
(a) have a sound level which is considerably higher than the level of ambient noise, so that it is audible without being excessive or painful;
(b) be easily recognizable, particularly in terms of pulse length and the interval between pulses or groups of pulses, and be clearly distinct from any other acoustic signal and ambient noises.
1.2. If a device can emit an acoustic signal at variable and constant frequencies, the variable frequency should be used to indicate a higher level of danger or a more urgent need for the requested/imposed intervention or action in relation to the stable frequency.
2. Code
The signal for evacuation must be continuous.
Directive 1992-0058 (2007-06-27)
acoustic signal [Directive 1992-0058 (2007-06-27)]   acoustic signal safety and/or health signs at work [Article 2] Definitions
(l) acoustic signal means a coded sound signal which is released and transmitted by a device designed for that purpose, without the use of a human or artificial voice;
Directive 1992-0058 (2007-06-27)
Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System [COM(2011) 856]   AVAS (Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System) sound level of motor vehicles [Article 3] Definitions
(21) "Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System" (AVAS) are systems for hybrid electric and electric road transport vehicles which provide vehicle operation information to pedestrians and vulnerable road users.
COM(2011) 0856
Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System [Posit 2014-0003]   AVAS (Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System) sound level of motor vehicles and of replacement silencing systems [Article 3] Definitions
(22) "Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System" (AVAS) means a system for hybrid electric and pure electric vehicles which provides sound to signal the vehicle's presence to pedestrians and other road users;
Posit 2014-0003
Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System [REG 2014-0540]   AVAS (Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System) sound level of motor vehicles and of replacement silencing systems [Article 3] Definitions
(22) "Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System" (AVAS) means a system for hybrid electric and pure electric vehicles which provides sound to signal the vehicle's presence to pedestrians and other road users;
REG 2014-0540
acoustical planning [Directive 2002-0049]   acoustical planning 【END Directive】
assessment and management of environmental noise
[Article 3] Definitions
(u) "acoustical planning" shall mean controlling future noise by planned measures, such as land-use planning, systems engineering for traffic, traffic planning, abatement by sound-insulation measures and noise control of sources;
Directive 2002-0049
ACP country [REG 2009-0828(2011-05-20)]   ACP countries (African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States) import and refining of sugar products of tariff [Article 1] Scope
2. Imports from third countries which are least-developed countries (LDC) listed in Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 732/2008, whether they belong to African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP countries) or not (NON-ACP countries), shall be duty free and quota free and shall bear the reference numbers as shown in Part I of Annex I to this Regulation.
REG 2009-0828(2011-05-20)
ACP sugar [REG 2006-0318]   ACP/Indian sugar common organisation of the markets in the sugar sector [Article 2] Definitions
12) "ACP/Indian sugar" means sugar falling within CN code 1701 originating in the States listed in Annex VI and imported into the Community under:
- Protocol 3 to Annex V to the ACP-EC Partnership Agreement, or
- the Agreement on cane sugar between the European Community and the Republic of India (1);
REG 2006-0318
ACP-EU Partnership Agreement [Decision 2010-0371(2011-12-05)]   ACP-EU Partnership Agreement (between the members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States of the one part, and the European Community and its Member States) consultations with the Republic of Madagascar under Article 96 of the ACP-EU Partnership Agreement [Article 1]
Consultations with the Republic of Madagascar under Article 96 of the Partnership agreement between the members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States of the one part, and the European Community and its Member States, of the other part, signed in Cotonou on 23 June 2000, as revised in Luxembourg on 25 June 2005, (hereinafter referred to as the "ACP-EU Partnership Agreement") are hereby concluded.
Decision 2010-0371(2011-12-05)
acquirer [REG 2015-0751]   acquirer interchange fees for card-based payment transactions [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "acquirer" means a payment service provider contracting with a payee to accept and process card-based payment transactions, which result in a transfer of funds to the payee;
REG 2015-0751
acquiring of payment transaction [Directive 2015-2366]   acquiring of payment transactions payment services in the internal market [Article 4] Definitions
(44) "acquiring of payment transactions" means a payment service provided by a payment service provider contracting with a payee to accept and process payment transactions, which results in a transfer of funds to the payee;
Directive 2015-2366
acquis (Schengen) [REG 2013-1053]   Schengen acquis Schengen acquis [Article 2] Definition
For the purpose of this Regulation, "Schengen acquis" means the provisions integrated into the framework of the Union in accordance with Protocol No 19 annexed to the TEU and to the TFEU, together with the acts building upon them or otherwise related to them.
REG 2013-1053
acquis (social, EU) [2016-MEMO-0545]   EU social "acquis" Social Rights ・What is meant by EU social "acquis"?
The notion of social “acquis” refers to the body of social rules that exist in the EU legal order today.
It first consists of objectives and competences in the social field set out in EU primary law, consisting of the Treaty on European Union (TEU), the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) and the European Charter of Fundamental Rights as interpreted by the Court of Justice of the European Union. These are then implemented by secondary EU law, in particular through Directives.
To give but a few examples, there are EU rules on the protection of workers' health and safety and on working conditions, for example on the rights of young people at work, temporary agency work, part-time work, fixed-term work, protection of employees in the event of the insolvency of their employer and working time. In order to fight discrimination based on sex, racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation (Article 19 TFEU), Directives have been adopted on non-discrimination in employment and occupation and on racial equality.
2016-MEMO-0545
acquisition (date of) [REG 2015-0870]   date of acquisition trade in species of wild fauna and flora [Article 1] Regulation (EC) No 865/2006 is amended as follows:
(1) Article 1 is amended as follows:
(a) point (1) is replaced by the following: (1) "date of acquisition" means the date on which a specimen was taken from the wild, born in captivity or artificially propagated, or, if such date is unknown, the earliest provable date on which it was possessed by any person;’;
REG 2015-0870
acquisition (date of) [REG 1997-0939]   date of acquisition protection of species of wild fauna and flora by regulating trade therein [Article 1]
"date of acquisition" shall mean the date on which a specimen was taken from the wild, born in captivity or artificially propagated.
REG 1997-0939
acquisition (date of) [REG 2001-1808]   date of acquisition protection of species of wild fauna and flora by regulating trade therein [CHAPTER I] DEFINITIONS AND FORMS [Article 1]
(a) "date of acquisition" shall mean the date on which a specimen was taken from the wild, born in captivity or artificially propagated;
REG 2001-1808
acquisition (date of) [REG 2006-0865]   date of acquisition protection of species of wild fauna and flora by regulating trade therein [Article 1] Definitionsc
(1) "date of acquisition" means the date on which a specimen was taken from the wild, born in captivity or artificially propagated, or, if such date is unknown or cannot be proved, any subsequent and provable date on which it was first possessed by a person;
REG 2006-0865
acquisition (loan) [REG 2013-1071]   loan acquisition balance sheet of the monetary financial institutions sector [Article 1] Definitions
(k) "loan acquisition" means the economic transfer of a loan or pool of loans from a transferor to the reporting agent, achieved either by transfer of ownership or by sub-participation;
REG 2013-1071
acquisition (loan) [REG 2009-0025]   loan acquisition balance sheet of the monetary financial institutions sector [Article 1] Definitions
- "loan acquisition" means the economic transfer of a loan or pool of loans from a non-MFI transferor to the reporting agent, achieved either by transfer of ownership or by subparticipation.
REG 2009-0025
acquisition of goods (intra Community) [REG 1992-0218(2003-07-01)]   intra-Community acquisition of goods administrative cooperation in the field of indirect taxation (VAT) [Article 2]
1.- "intra-Community acquisition of goods" shall mean acquisition of the right to dispose as owner of movable tangible property as defined in Article 28a (3) of Directive 77/388/EEC.
REG 1992-0218(2003-07-01)
acquisition of goods (intra Community) [REG 2003-1798(2010-01-01)]   intra-Community acquisition of goods administrative cooperation in the field of value added tax [Article 2]
10. "intra-Community acquisition of goods" means the acquisition of the right under Article 20 of Directive 2006/112/EC to dispose as owner of moveable tangible property;
REG 2003-1798(2010-01-01)
acquisition of goods (intra Community) [REG 2010-0904]   intra-Community acquisition of goods administrative cooperation and combating fraud in the field of value added tax [Article 2]
1.(i) "intra-Community acquisition of goods" means the acquisition of the right pursuant to Article 20 of Directive 2006/112/EC to dispose as owner of moveable tangible property;
REG 2010-0904
acrylic [Directive 1996-0074A1]   acrylic textile names [ANNEX I] TABLE OF TEXTILE FIBRES
[表] Nos / Name / Fibre description
26 / acrylic / fibre formed of linear macromolecules comprising at least 85 % (by mass) in the chain of the acrylonitrilic pattern
Directive 1996-0074
acrylic [Directive 2008-0121]   acrylic textile names [ANNEX I] TABLE OF TEXTILE FIBRES
[表] No / Name / Fibre description
26 / acrylic / fibre formed of linear macromolecules comprising at least 85 % (by mass) in the chain of the acrylonitrilic pattern
Directive 2008-0121
acrylic [Posit 2011-0005A1]   acrylic textile fibre names and related labelling and marking of fibre composition of textile products [ANNEX I] List of textile fibre names : Table 2
[表] Number / Name / Fibre description
26 / acrylic / fibre formed of linear macromolecules comprising at least 85 % (by mass) in the chain of the acrylonitrilic pattern
Posit 2011-0005
acrylic [REG 2011-1007A1]   acrylic textile fibre names [ANNEX I] List of textile fibre names
Table 2 : Number / Name / Fibre description
26 / acrylic / fibre formed of linear macromolecules comprising at least 85 % (by mass) in the chain of the acrylonitrilic pattern
REG 2011-1007
ACS rating [REG 2011-0805]   Area Control Surveillance (ACS) rating air traffic controllers' licences [Article 11] Rating endorsements
3. The Area Control Surveillance (ACS) rating shall bear at least one of the following endorsements:
(a) the Radar (RAD) endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder is competent to provide area control services with the use of surveillance radar equipment;
(b) the Automatic Dependent Surveillance (ADS) endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder is competent to provide area control services with the use of automatic dependent surveillance;
(c) the Terminal Control (TCL) endorsement, granted in addition to the Radar or Automatic Dependent Surveillance endorsements, which shall indicate that the holder is competent to provide air traffic control services with the use of any surveillance equipment to aircraft operating in a specified terminal area and/or adjacent sectors;
(d) the Oceanic Control (OCN) endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder is competent to provide air traffic control services to aircraft operating in an Oceanic Control Area.
REG 2011-0805
act [REG 2014-0809]   act integrated administration and control system, rural development measures and cross compliance [TITLE V] CONTROL SYSTEM AND ADMINISTRATIVE PENALTIES IN RELATION TO CROSS COMPLIANCE
[CHAPTER I] [Article 64] Definitions
(b) "act" means each of the individual Directives and Regulations listed in Annex II to Regulation (EU) No 1306/2013;
REG 2014-0809
act (basic) [Decision 2008-0458(2011-03-23)]   basic act European Return Fund [Article 2] Definitions
"basic act": Decision No 575/2007/EC,
Decision 2008-0458(2011-03-23)
act (basic) [REG 2012-0966]   basic act 【Financial Regulation】
financial rules applicable to the general budget
[Article 2] Definitions
(d) "basic act" means a legal act which provides a legal basis for an action and for the implementation of the corresponding expenditure entered in the budget.
A basic act may take any of the following forms:
(i) in implementation of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) and the Treaty establishing the European Atomic Energy Community (the Euratom Treaty), the form of a regulation, a directive or a decision within the meaning of Article 288 TFEU; or
(ii) in implementation of Title V of the Treaty on European Union (TEU), one of the forms specified in Articles 26(2), 28(1), 29, 31(2), 33 and 37 TEU.
Recommendations and opinions shall not constitute basic acts;
REG 2012-0966
act (basic) [REG 2013-1290]   basic act Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) [Article 2] Definitions
(5) "basic act" means a legal act adopted by the Union institutions in the form of a regulation, a directive or a decision within the meaning of Article 288 TFEU which provides a legal basis for the action;
REG 2013-1290
act (basic) [REG 2011-0182]   basic act rules and general principles concerning mechanisms for control by Member States of the Commission's exercise of implementing powers [Article 1] Subject-matter
This Regulation lays down the rules and general principles governing the mechanisms which apply where a legally binding Union act (hereinafter a "basic act") identifies the need for uniform conditions of implementation and requires that the adoption of implementing acts by the Commission be subject to the control of Member States.
REG 2011-0182
act (Description of the) [2012-C325-02A]   Description of the act [ELI] European Legislation Identifier [ANNEX] ELEMENTS OF ELI
Any type of legal resource published in an Official Journal at the work level [表]
Description of the act : A suitable free text description of the legal resource in the expression’s language (e.g. using the abstract)
2012-C325-02
act (terrorist) [REG 2001-2580(2012-12-22)]   terrorist act combating terrorism [Article 1]
4. For the purposes of this Regulation, the definition of "terrorist act" shall be the one contained in Article 1(3) of Common Position 2001/931/CFSP.
REG 2001-2580(2012-12-22)
act (unlawful, intentional) [REG 2004-0725]   intentional unlawful act enhancing ship and port facility security [Article 2] Definitions
13. "intentional unlawful act" means a deliberate act, which, by its nature or context, could harm the vessels used for international or national maritime traffic, their passengers or their cargoes, or the port facilities connected therewith.
REG 2004-0725
Act [REG 2004-0796]   Act support schemes for farmers [Article 2] Definitions
(32) "Act": shall mean each of the individual Directives and Regulations listed in Annex III to Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003; however, the Directive and the Regulations listed in points 7 and 8 of Annex III to that Regulation shall establish one single act;
REG 2004-0796
act [REG 2009-1122]   act cross-compliance under the support scheme provided for the wine sector [Article 2] Definitions
(33) "act" means each of the individual Directives and Regulationslisted in Annex II to Regulation (EC) No 73/2009;
REG 2009-1122
ACTA (Agreement) [2012-EDPS-0009]   ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) Today, the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) adopted his Opinion on the proposal for a Council Decision on the conclusion of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA).
The Opinion shows that the lack of precision of the Agreement about the measures to be deployed to tackle infringements of intellectual property rights ("IP rights") on the Internet may have unacceptable side effects on fundamental rights of individuals, if they are not implemented properly.  ・・・
2012-EDPS-0009
acting in concert (person) [Directive 2004-0025 (2009-04-20)]   persons acting in concert takeover bids [Article 2] Definitions
1. (d) "persons acting in concert" shall mean natural or legal persons who cooperate with the offeror or the offeree company on the basis of an agreement, either express or tacit, either oral or written, aimed either at acquiring control of the offeree company or at frustrating the successful outcome of a bid;
Directive 2004-0025 (2009-04-20)
action [Decision 2008-0458(2011-03-23)]   action European Return Fund [Article 2] Definitions
"action": action under the Fund, as defined in Article 4 of the basic act,
Decision 2008-0458(2011-03-23)
action [Decision 2009-0922]   actions ISA (interoperability solutions for European public administrations) [Article 2] Definitions
(f) "actions" means studies, projects and accompanying measures;
Decision 2009-0922
action [Decision 2015-2240]   actions ISA2 programme [Article 2] Definitions
(7) "actions" means projects, solutions already in an operational phase and accompanying measures;
Decision 2015-2240
action [REG 2013-1316]   action Connecting Europe Facility [Article 2] Definitions
(8) "action" means any activity which has been identified as financially and technically independent, has a set time- frame and is necessary for the implementation of a project of common interest;
REG 2013-1316
action [REG 2014-0514]   action financial support for police cooperation, preventing and combating crime, and crisis management [Article 2] Definitions
(c) "action" means a project or group of projects selected by the Responsible Authority of the national programme concerned, or under its responsibility, contributing to the general and specific objectives pursued by the Specific Regulations;
REG 2014-0514
action (balancing) [REG 2014-0312]   balancing action Network Code on Gas Balancing of Transmission Networks [Article 3] Definitions
(2) "balancing action" means an action undertaken by the transmission system operator to change the gas flows onto or off the transmission network, excluding those actions related to gas unaccounted for as off-taken from the system and gas used by the transmission system operator for the operation of the system;
REG 2014-0312
action (co fund, programme) [REG 2013-1290]   programme co-fund action Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) [Article 2] Definitions
(16) "programme co-fund action" means an action funded through a grant the main purpose of which is supplementing individual calls or programmes funded by entities, other than Union funding bodies, managing research and innovation programmes. A programme co- fund action may also include complementary activities of networking and coordination between programmes in different countries;
REG 2013-1290
action (coordination and support) [REG 2013-1290]   coordination and support action Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) [Article 2] Definitions
(7) "coordination and support action" means an action consisting primarily of accompanying measures such as standardisation, dissemination, awareness-raising and communication, networking, coordination or support services, policy dialogues and mutual learning exercises and studies, including design studies for new infrastructure, and may also include complementary activities of networking and coordination between programmes in different countries;
REG 2013-1290
action (corrective) [Posit 2017-0002] corrective action medical devices [Article 2] Definitions
(67) "corrective action" means action taken to eliminate the cause of a potential or actual non-conformity or other undesirable situation;
Posit 2017-0002
action (corrective) [Posit 2017-0003] corrective action 【インビトロ診断機器指令】
in vitro diagnostic medical devices
[Article 2] Definitions
(70) "corrective action" means action taken to eliminate the cause of a potential or actual non-conformity or other undesirable situation;
Posit 2017-0003
action (corrective) [REG 2013-0628]   corrective action Aviation Safety Agency for conducting standardisation inspections and for monitoring [Article 2] Definitions
(8) "corrective action" means an action to eliminate the cause of a finding of non-conformity with the applicable requirements in order to prevent recurrence;
REG 2013-0628
action (corrective) [REG 2014-1322A4]   corrective actions vehicle construction and general requirements for the approval of agricultural and forestry vehicles [ANNEX IV] Arrangements with regard to conformity of production 1. Definitions
1.3. "corrective actions" means a problem-solving process with subsequent steps taken to remove the causes of a nonconformity or undesirable situation and designed to prevent their recurrence;
REG 2014-1322
action (corrective) [REG 2007-1315]   corrective action safety oversight in air traffic management [Article 2] Definitions
1. "corrective action" means action to eliminate the cause of a detected non-conformity;
REG 2007-1315
action (corrective) [REG 2011-1034]   corrective action safety oversight in air traffic management and air navigation services [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "corrective action" means an action to eliminate the cause of a detected non-conformity;
REG 2011-1034
action (corrective, safety, field) [Posit 2017-0002] field safety corrective action medical devices [Article 2] Definitions
(68) "field safety corrective action" means corrective action taken by a manufacturer for technical or medical reasons to prevent or reduce the risk of a serious incident in relation to a device made available on the market;
Posit 2017-0002
action (corrective, safety, field) [Posit 2017-0003] field safety corrective action 【インビトロ診断機器指令】
in vitro diagnostic medical devices
[Article 2] Definitions
(71) "field safety corrective action" means corrective action taken by a manufacturer for technical or medical reasons to prevent or reduce the risk of a serious incident in relation to a device made available on the market;
Posit 2017-0003
action (direct) [REG 2013-1291]   direct actions Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "direct actions" mean research and innovation activities undertaken by the Commission through its Joint Research Centre (JRC);
REG 2013-1291
action (direct) [REG 2013-1314]   direct actions Horizon 2020 (Euratom Programme) [Article 2] Definitions
(b) "direct actions" means research and innovation activities undertaken by the Commission through its Joint Research Centre (the "JRC");
REG 2013-1314
action (direct) [Rule 2015-L105-0112]   direct actions Rules of procedure of the General Court [Article 1] Definitions 2.For the purposes of these Rules:
(i) "direct actions" means actions brought on the basis of Articles 263 TFEU, 265 TFEU, 268 TFEU or 272 TFEU.
Rule 2015-L105-01
action (direct, in) [REG 2013-1291]   indirect actions Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) [Article 2] Definitions
(3) "indirect actions" mean research and innovation activities to which the Union provides financial support and which are undertaken by participants;
REG 2013-1291
action (direct, in) [REG 2013-1314]   indirect actions Horizon 2020 (Euratom Programme) [Article 2] Definitions
(c) "indirect actions" means research and innovation activities to which the Union or the Community (hereinafter the "Union") provides financial support and which are undertaken by participants;
REG 2013-1314
action (follow on, collective) [RECOM 2013-0396]   collective follow-on action injunctive and compensatory collective redress mechanismsinjunctive and compensatory collective redress mechanisms II. DEFINITIONS AND SCOPE
3. (e) "collective follow-on action" means a collective redress action that is brought after a public authority has adopted a final decision finding that there has been a violation of Union law.
RECOM 2013-0396
action (horizontal) [REG 2014-0283]   horizontal actions trans-European networks in the area of telecommunications infrastructure [Article 2] Definitions
2. (g) "horizontal actions" means studies and programme support actions as defined in points (6) and (7) of Article 2 of Regulation (EU) No 1316/2013, respectively.
REG 2014-0283
action (individual) [Directive 2012-0027]   individual action energy efficiency [Article 2] Definitions
(19) "individual action" means an action that leads to verifiable, and measurable or estimable, energy efficiency improvements and is undertaken as a result of a policy measure;
Directive 2012-0027
action (innovation) [REG 2013-1290]   innovation action Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) [Article 2] Definitions
(6) "innovation action" means an action primarily consisting of activities directly aimed at producing plans and arrangements or designs for new, altered or improved products, processes or services. For this purpose they may include prototyping, testing, demonstrating, piloting, large-scale product validation and market replication;
REG 2013-1290
action (noise related) [Posit 2014-0008]   noise-related action noise-related operating restrictions at Union airports [Article 2] Definitions
(5) "noise-related action" means any measure that affects the noise climate around airports, for which the principles of the Balanced Approach apply, including other non-operational actions that can affect the number of people exposed to aircraft noise;
Posit 2014-0008
action (noise related) [REG 2014-0598]   noise-related action noise-related operating restrictions at Union airports within a Balanced Approach [Article 2] Definitions
(5) "noise-related action" means any measure that affects the noise climate around airports, for which the principles of the Balanced Approach apply, including other non-operational actions that can affect the number of people exposed to aircraft noise;
REG 2014-0598
action (regulatory, final) [REG 2008-0689]   final regulatory action export and import of dangerous chemicals [Article 3] Definitions
12. "final regulatory action" means a legislative act the purpose of which is to ban or severely restrict a chemical;
REG 2008-0689
action (representative) [RECOM 2013-0396]   representative action injunctive and compensatory collective redress mechanismsinjunctive and compensatory collective redress mechanisms II. DEFINITIONS AND SCOPE
3. (d) "representative action" means an action which is brought by a representative entity, an ad hoc certified entity or a public authority on behalf and in the name of two or more natural or legal persons who claim to be exposed to the risk of suffering harm or to have been harmed in a mass harm situation whereas those persons are not parties to the proceedings;
RECOM 2013-0396
action (resolution) [Directive 2014-0059]   resolution action recovery and resolution of credit institutions and investment firms [Article 2] Definitions
1. (40) "resolution action" means the decision to place an institution or entity referred to in point (b), (c) or (d) of Article 1(1) under resolution pursuant to Article 32 or 33, the application of a resolution tool, or the exercise of one or more resolution powers;
Directive 2014-0059
action (support, programme) [REG 2013-1316]   programme support actions Connecting Europe Facility [Article 2] Definitions
(7) "programme support actions" means, at the level of the CEF, all accompanying measures necessary for its implementation and the implementation of the individual sector-specific guidelines, such as services, in particular the provision of technical assistance, including for the use of financial instruments, as well as preparatory, feasibility, coordination, monitoring, stakeholder consultation, control, audit and evaluation activities which are required directly for the management of the CEF and the achievement of its objectives. Programme support actions include, in particular, studies, meetings, infrastructure mapping, information, dissemination, communication and awareness raising actions, expenditure linked to IT tools and networks focusing on exchanges of information about the CEF, together with all other technical and administrative assistance expenditure incurred by the Commission that may be required for the management of the CEF or implementation of the individual sector- specific guidelines. Programme support actions also include activities required in order to facilitate the preparation of projects of common interest, in particular in the Member States, eligible for financing from the Cohesion Fund, with a view to obtaining financing under this Regulation or on the financial market. Programme support actions shall also include, where appropriate, meeting the costs of the Executive Agency entrusted by the Commission with the implementation of specific parts of the CEF ("Executive Agency");
REG 2013-1316
action (suspended) [Decision 2015-2240]   suspended actions ISA2 programme [Article 2] Definitions
(9) "suspended actions" means the actions of the ISA2 programme for which financing is suspended for a certain period of time, but the objective of which is still valid, and which remain subject to monitoring and evaluation of the ISA2 programme;
Decision 2015-2240
action (Union) [REG 2014-0514]   Union action financial support for police cooperation, preventing and combating crime, and crisis management [Article 2] Definitions
(d) "Union action" means a transnational action or action of particular interest to the Union as defined in the Specific Regulations;
REG 2014-0514
Action Document (Acceptance and, Deviation) [REG 2014-0139]   DAAD (Deviation Acceptance and Action Document) requirements and administrative procedures related to aerodromes [Article 2] Definitions
(10) "Deviation Acceptance and Action Document" (DAAD) means a document established by the Competent Authority to compile evidence provided to justify the acceptance of deviations from the certification specifications issued by the Agency;
REG 2014-0139
action for damage [Directive 2014-0104]   action for damages governing actions for damages under national law for infringements of the competition law [Article 2] Definitions
(4) "action for damages" means an action under national law by which a claim for damages is brought before a national court by an alleged injured party, or by someone acting on behalf of one or more alleged injured parties where Union or national law provides for that possibility, or by a natural or legal person that succeeded in the right of the alleged injured party, including the person that acquired the claim;
Directive 2014-0104
action for damage [RECOM 2013-0396]   action for damages injunctive and compensatory collective redress mechanismsinjunctive and compensatory collective redress mechanisms II. DEFINITIONS AND SCOPE
3. (c) "action for damages" means an action by which a claim for damages is brought before a national court;
RECOM 2013-0396
action level [Directive 2013-0035]   ALs (action levels) health and safety requirements regarding the exposure of workers to the risks arising from physical agents (electromagnetic fields) [Article 2] Definitions
(g) "action levels (ALs)" means operational levels established for the purpose of simplifying the process of demonstrating the compliance with relevant ELVs or, where appropriate, to take relevant protection or prevention measures specified in this Directive.
The AL terminology used in Annex II is as follows:
(i) for electric fields, "low ALs" and "high ALs" means levels which relate to the specific protection or prevention measures specified in this Directive; and
(ii) for magnetic fields, "low ALs" means levels which relate to the sensory effects ELVs and ‘high ALs’ to the health effects ELVs.
Directive 2013-0035
Action level [REG 2012-0252A1]   Action level methods of sampling and analysis for the official control of levels of dioxins, dioxin-like PCBs and non-dioxin-like PCBs in certain foodstuffs [ANNEX I] Definitions and abbreviations
I. DEFINITIONS
1.1. "Action level" means the level of a given substance, as laid down in Annex to Recommendation 2011/516/EU, which triggers investigations to identify the source of that substance in cases where increased levels of the substance are detected.
REG 2012-0252
Action level [REG 2014-0589]   Action level methods of sampling and analysis for the control of levels of dioxins, dioxin-like PCBs and non-dioxin-like PCBs in certain foodstuffs [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS
I.DEFINITIONS
1.1. "Action level" means the level of a given substance, as laid down in Annex to Recommendation 2013/711/EU, which triggers investigations to identify the source of that substance in cases where increased levels of the substance are detected.
REG 2014-0589
Action Plan (Cartagena) [Decision 2012-0700]   Cartagena Action Plan 1997 Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-Personnel Mines and on Their Destruction [Article 1]
1. With a view to supporting the implementation of the Cartagena Action Plan 2010-2014 ("the Cartagena Action Plan") adopted by the States Parties to the 1997 Convention on the Prohibition of the Use, Stockpiling, Production and Transfer of Anti-Personnel Mines and on Their Destruction ("the Convention"), in the framework of the European Security Strategy and in line with relevant decisions of the international community, the Union shall pursue the following objectives:
(a) supporting the efforts of States Parties to the Convention to implement the victim assistance aspects of the Cartagena Action Plan;
(b) ・・・
Decision 2012-0700
Action Plan (Energy Efficiency, National) [RECOM 2013-0105w]   NEEAPs (National Energy Efficiency Action Plans) mobilising Information and Communications Technologies to facilitate the transition to an energy-efficient, low-carbon economy Whereas:
(2) National Energy Efficiency Action Plans (NEEAPs) required by the Directive 2006/32/EC play a central role in planning and reporting on implementation of national measures addressing energy efficiency with the exception of the ETS. In their first NEEAPs a number of EU Member States have indicated plans to tackle the energy saving potential of ICT ( 2 ).
RECOM 2013-0105
action plan [Directive 2002-0049]   action plans 【END Directive】
assessment and management of environmental noise
[Article 3] Definitions
(t) "action plans" shall mean plans designed to manage noise issues and effects, including noise reduction if necessary;
Directive 2002-0049
Action programme (Environment, 7th) [Decision 2013-1386]   7th EAP (Environment Action programme) General Union EAP (Environment Action Programme) to 2020 [Article 1]
A general Union action programme in the field of the environment for the period up to 31 December 2020 ("the 7th Environment Action programme" or "7th EAP"), as set out in the Annex, is hereby adopted.
Decision 2013-1386
Action Programme (Environmental, Retailers') [2012-IP-1088]   REAP (Retailers' Environmental Action Programme) food waste  The Retail Forum was launched in March 2009 as a voluntary multi-stakeholder platform. Membership is open to all retailers who join the Retailers' Environmental Action Programme (REAP http://ec.europa.eu/environment/industry/retail/pdf/reap_tor.pdf) and also to civil society organisations. It was set up to facilitate dialogue between the European Commission, retailers and key stakeholders, to generate a better understanding of the practical measures needed to promote sustainable consumption.
 The Retail Forum: http://ec.europa.eu/environment/industry/retail/index_en.htm
2012-IP-1088
Action Service (External, European) [Decision 2010-0427]   EEAS (European External Action Service) European External Action Service [Article 1] Nature and scope
1. This Decision establishes the organisation and functioning of the European External Action Service ("EEAS").
Decision 2010-0427
Action Service (External, European) [Decision 2013-0488w]   EEAS (European External Action Service) security rules for protecting EU classified information Whereas:
(4) The Council, the Commission and the European External Action Service (EEAS) are committed to applying equivalent security standards for protecting EUCI.
Decision 2013-0488
action values [Directive 2004-0040]   action values minimum health and safety requirements regarding the exposure of workers to the risks arising from physical agents (electromagnetic fields) [Article 2 Definitions]
(c) "action values": the magnitude of directly measurable parameters, provided in terms of electric field strength (E), magnetic field strength (H), magnetic flux density (B) and power density (S), at which one or more of the specified measures in this Directive must be undertaken. Compliance with these values will ensure compliance with the relevant exposure limit values.
Directive 2004-0040
actionable indication of interest [REG 2014-0600]   actionable indication of interest markets in financial instruments [Article 2] Definitions
1. (33) "actionable indication of interest" means a message from one member or participant to another within a trading system in relation to available trading interest that contains all necessary information to agree on a trade;
REG 2014-0600
activated firearm (de-) [REG 2012-0258]   deactivated firearms United Nations' Protocol against the illicit manufacturing of and trafficking in firearms, their parts and components and ammunition [Article 2]
(5) "deactivated firearms" means objects otherwise corresponding to the definition of a firearm which have been rendered permanently unfit for use by deactivation, ensuring that all essential parts of the firearm have been rendered permanently inoperable and incapable of removal, replacement or modification that would permit the firearm to be reactivated in any way.
Member States shall make arrangements for these deactivation measures to be verified by a competent authority. Member States shall, in the context of that verification, provide for the issue of a certificate or record attesting to the deactivation of the firearm or the apposition of a clearly visible mark to that effect on the firearm;
REG 2012-0258
activation [Directive 2013-0059]   activation basic safety standards for protection against the dangers arising from exposure to ionising radiation [Article 4] Definitions
(4) "activation" means a process through which a stable nuclide is transformed into a radionuclide by irradiating with particles or high-energy photons the material in which it is contained;
Directive 2013-0059
activation [Posit 2013-0013]   activation tachographs in road transport [Article 2] Definitions
(l) "activation" means the phase in which the tachograph becomes fully operational and implements all functions, including security functions, through the use of a workshop card;
Posit 2013-0013
activation [REG 2014-0165]   activation tachographs in road transport [Article 2] Definitions
2. (l) "activation" means the phase in which the tachograph becomes fully operational and implements all functions, including security functions, through the use of a workshop card;
REG 2014-0165
activation [REG 2016-0799a1c]   activation construction, testing, installation, operation and repair of tachographs [ANNEX I C] Requirements for construction, testing, installation, and inspection
1. DEFINITIONS
(a) "activation" means: the phase in which the tachograph becomes fully operational and implements all functions, including security functions, through the use of a workshop card;
REG 2016-0799
activation (de-) [Decision 2005-0050]   deactivation 24 GHz range radio spectrum band for the time-limited use by automotive short-range radar equipment [Article 2]
8. "deactivation" means the termination of emissions by automotive short-range radar equipment;
Decision 2005-0050
activation (in-) [REG 2012-0722]   inactivation active implantable medical devices and medical devices manufactured utilising tissues of animal origin [Article 2]
(h) "inactivation" means a process by which the ability to cause infection or pathogenic reaction by TSE infectious agents is reduced;
REG 2012-0722
activation (in-) [Directive 2003-0032]   inactivation medical devices manufactured utilising tissues of animal origin [Article 2]
(g) "inactivation" means a process by which the ability to cause infection or pathogenic reaction by transmissible agents is reduced;
Directive 2003-0032
Activation [Directive 1996-0029]   Activation protection of the health of workers and the general public against the dangers arising from ionizing radiation [TITLE I] DEFINITIONS [Article 1]
Activation: process through which a stable nuclide is transformed into a radionuclide by irradiating with particles or high-energy gamma rays the material in which it is contained
Directive 1996-0029
activation [REG 1985-3821A1B]   activation recording equipment in road transport [ANNEX I B] REQUIREMENTS FOR CONSTRUCTION, TESTING, INSTALLATION AND INSPECTION
I. DEFINITIONS
(a) "activation" means: phase where the recording equipment becomes fully operational and implements all functions, including security functions;
Activating a recording equipment requires the use of a workshop card and the entry of its PIN code;
REG 1985-3821
activation date [REG 2013-0612]   activation date register of economic operators and tax warehouses, related statistics [Article 2] Definitions
(3) "activation date" means the date in a record set by the responsible Member State, from which date the record is available for use in electronic verification in all Member States and from which the extracted details thereof are available for consultation for economic operators.
REG 2013-0612
activation function (re-) [REG 2008-1275]   reactivation function ecodesign requirements for standby and off mode electric power consumption of electrical and electronic household and office equipment [Article 2] Definitions
3. "reactivation function" means a function facilitating the activation of other modes, including active mode, by remote switch, including remote control, internal sensor, timer to a condition providing additional functions, including the main function;
REG 2008-1275
activation function (Re-) [REG 2012-0206 List 2012-C172-01]   Reactivation function ecodesign requirements for air conditioners and comfort fans 【Calculation methods for air conditioners (≤12kW) and comfort fans】
[SECTION 1] AIR CONDITIONERS 1. Definitions
(14) "Reactivation function" means a function facilitating the activation of other modes, including active mode, by remote switch including remote control, internal sensor, timer to a condition providing additional functions, including the main function;
REG 2012-0206 List 2012-C172-01
activation function (re-) [REG 2012-0206A1]   reactivation function ecodesign requirements for air conditioners and comfort fans [ANNEX I] Ecodesign requirements
1. DEFINITIONS APPLICABLE FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE ANNEXES
(10) "reactivation function" means a function facilitating the activation of other modes, including active mode, by remote switch including remote control, internal sensor, timer to a condition providing additional functions, including the main function;
REG 2012-0206
activation function (re) [REG 2014-0065]   reactivation function energy labelling of domestic ovens and range hoods [Article 2] Definitions
(21) "reactivation function" means a function facilitating the activation of other modes, including the active mode, by remote switch including remote control, internal sensor, or timer to a condition providing additional functions, including the main function;
REG 2014-0065
activation function (re) [REG 2014-0066]   reactivation function ecodesign requirements for domestic ovens, hobs and range hoods [Article 2] Definitions
(27) "reactivation function" means a function facilitating the activation of other modes, including the active mode, by remote switch including remote control, internal sensor, or timer to a condition providing additional functions, including the main function;
REG 2014-0066
activation function (Re-) [REG 2011-0626A1]   Reactivation function energy labelling of air conditioners [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for the purposes of Annexes II to VII
(10) "Reactivation function" means a function facilitating the activation of other modes, including active mode, by remote switch including remote control, internal sensor, timer to a condition providing additional functions, including the main function;
REG 2011-0626
Activation level (EWRS) [Decision 2000-0057A2]   Activation level EWRS (early warning and response system) for the prevention and control of communicable diseases [ANNEX II] Procedures for information, consultation and cooperation under the early
warning and response system
1. Activation level 1: information exchange
2. Activation level 2: potential threat
2.1. Verification and evaluation
2.2. Deactivation
3. Activation level 3: definite threat
3.1. Coordination of measures
3.2. Deactivation
4. Information to the general public and concerned professions
Decision 2000-0057
Active [Agreement Decision 2013-0107ACIII]   Active energy-efficiency labelling programmes for office equipment (対 U.S.A.) [ANNEX C] COMMON SPECIFICATIONS
III. IMAGING EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS
A. Definitions
19. Active — The power state in which the product is connected to a power source and is actively producing output, as well as performing any of its other primary functions.
Agreement Decision 2013-0107
Active Ageing Innovation Partnership [Decision 2011-0940w]   AHAIP (Active and Healthy Ageing Innovation Partnership) European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations (23) In the context of the Europe 2020 strategy, the Commission has proposed launching an Active and Healthy Ageing Innovation Partnership (AHAIP) within the framework of the "Innovation Union" flagship initiative. The AHAIP would seek to enable citizens to live independently and in good health for longer and to increase by two the average number of healthy years of life by 2020. Decision 2011-0940
active content [Decision 2014-0893]   AC (active content) Ecolabel for rinse-off cosmetic products [Article 2]
(2) "active content" (AC) means the sum of organic ingoing substances in the product (expressed in grams), calculated on the basis of the complete formulation of the product, including propellants contained in aerosol products. Rubbing/ abrasive agents are not included in the calculation of the active content;
Decision 2014-0893
active device [Posit 2017-0002] active device medical devices [Article 2] Definitions
(4) "active device" means any device, the operation of which depends on a source of energy other than that generated by the human body for that purpose, or by gravity, and which acts by changing the density of or converting that energy. Devices intended to transmit energy, substances or other elements between an active device and the patient, without any significant change, shall not be deemed to be active devices.
Software shall also be deemed to be an active device;
Posit 2017-0002
Active device for diagnosis [Directive 1993-0042A4]   Active device for diagnosis 【医療機器指令】
ME (medical devices)
[ANNEX IX] CLASSIFICATION CRITERIA
I. DEFINITIONS
1. Definitions for the classification rules
1.6. Active device for diagnosis
Any active medical device, whether used alone or in combination with other medical devices, to supply information for detecting, diagnosing, monitoring or treating physiological conditions, states of health, illnesses or congenital deformities.
Directive 1993-0042
active driving possible mode [REG 2014-0003]   active driving possible mode vehicle functional safety requirements for the approval of two- or three-wheel vehicles and quadricycles [Article 2] Definitions
(8) "active driving possible mode" means the vehicle mode when application of the electric acceleration position sensor, activation of an equivalent control or release of the brake system will cause the electric powertrain to propel the vehicle;
REG 2014-0003
active efficiency (average) [REG 2009-0278]   average active efficiency no-load condition electric power consumption and average active efficiency of external power supplies [Article 2 Definitions]
11. "average active efficiency" means the average of the active mode efficiencies at 25 %, 50 %, 75 % and 100 % of the nameplate output power
REG 2009-0278
ACTIVE ELECTRICAL ENERGY METERS [Directive 2004-0022AMI3]   ACTIVE ELECTRICAL ENERGY METERS 【計量器指令】
measuring instruments
[ANNEX MI-003] ACTIVE ELECTRICAL ENERGY METERS
[DEFINITIONS]
The relevant requirements of Annex I, the specific requirements of this Annex and the conformity assessment procedures listed in this Annex, apply to active electrical energy meters intended for residential, commercial and light industrial use.
Note: Electrical energy meters may be used in combination with external instrument transformers, depending upon the measurement technique applied. However, this Annex covers only electrical energy meters but not instrument transformers.
Directive 2004-0022
active farmer [Guide 2014-C204-01]   active farmer State aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas 2.4.Definitions (35) For the purposes of these Guidelines:
43."active farmer" means an active farmer within the meaning of Article 9 of Regulation (EU) No 1307/2013;
Guide 2014-C204-01
active farmer [REG 2014-0702]   active farmer aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas [Article 2] Definitions
(42) "active farmer" means an active farmer within the meaning of Article 9 of Regulation (EU) No 1307/2013 (2) of the European Parliament and of the Council;
REG 2014-0702
active food contact materials and articles [REG 2004-1935]   active food contact materials and articles materials and articles intended to come into contact with food [Article 2] Definitions
2. (a) "active food contact materials and articles" (hereinafter referred to as active materials and articles) means materials and articles that are intended to extend the shelf-life or to maintain or improve the condition of packaged food. They are designed to deliberately incorporate components that would release or absorb substances into or from the packaged food or the environment surrounding the food;
REG 2004-1935
active gear [REG 2003-0129]   active gear mesh size and thickness of twine of fishing nets [Article 1] Definitions
(a) "active gear": trawls, Danish seines and similar towed nets;
REG 2003-0129
active gear [REG 2005-2187]   active gear conservation of fishery resources [Article 2 Definitions]
(a) "active gear" means any fishing gear for which the catch operation requires an active movement of the gear, including in particular towed gears and encircling gears;
(i) "trawl" means gear which is actively towed by one or more fishing vessels and consisting of a net having a cone- or pyramid-shaped body (as trawl body) closed at the back by a codend;
(ii) "beam trawl" means gear with a trawl net open horizontally by a steel or wooden tube, the beam, and netting with ground chains, chain mats or tickler chains, actively towed on the bottom by the vessel engine;
(iii) "Danish seine" means encircling and towed gear, operated from a boat by means of two long ropes (seine ropes) designed to herd the fish towards the opening of the seine. The gear made up of net, which is similar to a bottom trawl in design and size, comprises two long wings, a body and a bag (codend);
(iv) "dredges" means a net or metal basket mounted on a frame of variable shape and size, the lower part of which carries a scraper blade, sometimes toothed;
(v) "purse seine" means encircling gear made up of net where the bottom is drawn together by means of a purse line at the bottom of the net, which passes through a series of rings along the groundrope, enabling the net to be pursed and closed;
REG 2005-2187
active gear [REG 2008-0517]   active gear mesh size and assessing the thickness of twine of fishing nets [Article 2] Definitions
(b) "active gear" means any fishing gear for which the catch operation requires an active movement of the gear, including in particular towed gears, encircling gears, trawls, Danish seines and similar towed nets;
REG 2008-0517
active implantable medical device [Directive 2012-0019]   active implantable medical device 【新WEEE指令】
waste electrical and electronic equipment)
[Article 3] Definitions
1.(o) "active implantable medical device" means an active implantable medical device within the meaning of point (c) of Article 1(2) of Council Directive 90/385/EEC of 20 June 1990 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to active implantable medical devices ( 3 ) which is EEE.
Directive 2012-0019
active implantable medical device [RECOM 2013-0172]   active implantable medical device unique device identification system of medical devices 3. DEFINITIONS
(b) "active implantable medical device" means any active medical device which is intended to be totally or partially introduced, surgically or medically, into the human body or by medical intervention into a natural orifice, and which is intended to remain after the procedure ( 2 );
RECOM 2013-0172
active implantable medical device [Directive 1990-0385]   active implantable medical device 【埋込式能動医療機器指令】
active implantable medical devices
[Article 1]
2. (c) "active implantable medical device" means any active medical device which is intended to be totally or partially introduced, surgically or medically, into the human body or by medical intervention into a natural orifice, and which is intended to remain after the procedure;
Directive 1990-0385
active implantable medical device [Directive 2011-0065]   active implantable medical device 【新・RoHS指令】restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment [Article 3] Definitions
(23) "active implantable medical device" means any active implantable medical device within the meaning of point (c) of Article 1(2) of Council Directive 90/385/EEC of 20 June 1990 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to active implantable medical devices ( 2 );
Directive 2011-0065
active level crossing [Directive 2014-0088Ap]   active level crossing 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
6. Indicators relating to technical safety of infrastructure and its implementation
6.7. "active level crossing" means a level crossing where the crossing users are protected from or warned of the approaching train by devices activated when it is unsafe for the user to traverse the crossing.
- Protection by the use of physical devices includes:
- half or full barriers,
- gates.
- Warning by the use of fixed equipment at level crossings:
- visible devices: lights,
- audible devices: bells, horns, klaxons, etc.
Active level crossings are classified as:
(a) Manual: a level crossing where user-side protection or warning is manually activated by a railway employee.
(b) Automatic with user-side warning: a level crossing where user-side warning is activated by the approaching train.
(c) Automatic with user-side protection: a level crossing where user-side protection is activated by the approaching train. This shall include a level crossing with both user-side protection and warning.
(d) Rail-side protected: a level crossing where a signal or other train protection system permits a train to proceed once the level crossing is fully user-side protected and is free from incursion.
Directive 2014-0088
active level crossing [Directive 2016-0798Ap]   active level crossing railway safety [Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
6. Indicators relating to technical safety of infrastructure and its implementation
6.7. "active level crossing" means a level crossing where the crossing users are protected from or warned of the approaching train by devices activated when it is unsafe for the user to traverse the crossing.
- Protection by the use of physical devices includes:
- half or full barriers,
- gates.
- Warning by the use of fixed equipment at level crossings:
- visible devices: lights,
- audible devices: bells, horns, klaxons, etc.
Active level crossings are classified as:
(a) Manual: a level crossing where user-side protection or warning is manually activated by a railway employee.
(b) Automatic with user-side warning: a level crossing where user-side warning is activated by the approaching train.
(c) Automatic with user-side protection: a level crossing where user-side protection is activated by the approaching train. This shall include a level crossing with both user-side protection and warning.
(d) Rail-side protected: a level crossing where a signal or other train protection system permits a train to proceed once the level crossing is fully user-side protected and is free from incursion.
Directive 2016-0798
active level crossing [Posit 2016-0003A1AP]   active level crossing 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods of calculating the economic impact of accidents
6. Indicators relating to technical safety of infrastructure and its implementation
6.7. "active level crossing" means a level crossing where the crossing users are protected from or warned of the approaching train by devices activated when it is unsafe for the user to traverse the crossing.
- Protection by the use of physical devices includes:
- half or full barriers,
- gates.
- Warning by the use of fixed equipment at level crossings:
- visible devices: lights,
- audible devices: bells, horns, klaxons, etc.
Active level crossings are classified as:
(a) Manual: a level crossing where user-side protection or warning is manually activated by a railway employee.
(b) Automatic with user-side warning: a level crossing where user-side warning is activated by the approaching train.
(c) Automatic with user-side protection: a level crossing where user-side protection is activated by the approaching train. This shall include a level crossing with both user-side protection and warning.
(d) Rail-side protected: a level crossing where a signal or other train protection system permits a train to proceed once the level crossing is fully user-side protected and is free from incursion.
Posit 2016-0003
active level crossing [Directive 2009-0149A1]   active level crossing Common Safety Indicators and common methods to calculate accident costs [ANNEX] "ANNEX I COMMON SAFETY INDICATOR
[Appendix] Common definitions for the CSIs and methods to calculate the economic impact of accidents
6. Indicators relating to technical safety of infrastructure and its implementation
6.4. "active level crossing" means a level crossing where the crossing users are protected from or warned of the approaching train by the activation of devices when it is unsafe for the user to traverse the crossing.
— Protection by the use of physical devices:
— half or full barriers,
— gates.
— Warning by the use of fixed equipment at level crossings:
— visible devices: lights,
— audible devices: bells, horns, klaxons, etc.,
— physical devices, e.g. vibration due to road bumps.
Active level crossings are classified as:
1. "Level crossing with crossing-user-side automatic protection and/or warning" means a level crossing where the crossing protection and/or warning are activated by the approaching train.
These level crossings are classified as:
(i) automatic user-side warning,
(ii) automatic user-side protection,
(iii) automatic user-side protection and warning,
(iv) automatic user-side protection and warning, and rail-side protection.
"Rail-side protection" means a signal or other train protection system that only permits a train to proceed if the level crossing is user-side protected and free from incursion; the latter by means of surveillance and/or obstacle detection.
2. "Level crossing with crossing-user-side manual protection and/or warning" means a level crossing where protection and/or warning is manually activated and there is not an interlocked railway signal showing, to
the train, a running aspect only when protection and/or warning of level crossing are activated.
These level crossings are classified as:
(v) manual user-side warning,
(vi) manual user-side protection,
(vii) manual user-side protection and warning.
Directive 2009-0149
active licence [REG 2015-1100]   active licence reporting obligations in the framework of rail market monitoring [Article 2] Definitions
(gg) "active licence" means a licence granted to a railway undertaking that has started and not ceased operations within the periods fixed by the Member State in accordance with Article 24(4) of Directive 2012/34/EU;
REG 2015-1100
active materials and articles (releasing) [REG 2009-0450]   releasing active materials and articles active and intelligent materials and articles intended to come into contact with food [Article 3 Definitions]
(e) "releasing active materials and articles" are those active materials and articles designed to deliberately incorporate components that would release substances into or onto the packaged food or the environment surrounding the food;
REG 2009-0450
active materials and articles [REG 2009-0450]   active materials and articles active and intelligent materials and articles intended to come into contact with food [Article 3 Definitions]
(a) "active materials and articles" means materials and articles that are intended to extend the shelf-life or to maintain or improve the condition of packaged food; they are designed to deliberately incorporate components that would release or absorb substances into or from the packaged food or the environment surrounding the food;
REG 2009-0450
active medical device [Directive 1990-0385]   active medical device 【埋込式能動医療機器指令】
active implantable medical devices
[Article 1]
2. (b) "active medical device" means any medical device relying for its functioning on a source of electrical energy or any source of power other than that directly generated by the human body or gravity;
Directive 1990-0385
Active medical device [Directive 1993-0042A4]   Active medical device 【医療機器指令】
ME (medical devices)
[ANNEX IX] CLASSIFICATION CRITERIA
I. DEFINITIONS
1. Definitions for the classification rules
1.4. Active medical device
Any medical device operation of which depends on a source of electrical
energy or any source of power other than that directly generated by the
human body or gravity and which acts by converting this energy. Medical
devices intended to transmit energy, substances or other elements between
an active medical device and the patient, without any significant change,
are not considered to be active medical devices. Stand alone \software is considered to be an active medical device.
Directive 1993-0042
active mode [REG 2008-1275]   active mode(s) ecodesign requirements for standby and off mode electric power consumption of electrical and electronic household and office equipment [Article 2] Definitions
5. "active mode(s)" means a condition in which the equipment is connected to the mains power source and at least one of the main function(s) providing the intended service of the equipment has been activated;
REG 2008-1275
Active mode [REG 2012-0206 List 2012-C172-01]   Active mode ecodesign requirements for air conditioners and comfort fans 【Calculation methods for air conditioners (≤12kW) and comfort fans】
[SECTION 1] AIR CONDITIONERS 1. Definitions
(49) "Active mode" means the mode corresponding to the hours with a cooling or heating load of the building and whereby the cooling or heating function of the unit is activated. This condition may involve on/off-cycling of the unit in order to reach or maintain a required indoor air temperature;
REG 2012-0206 List 2012-C172-01
active mode [REG 2012-0206A1]   active mode ecodesign requirements for air conditioners and comfort fans [ANNEX I] Ecodesign requirements
1. DEFINITIONS APPLICABLE FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE ANNEXES
(46) "active mode" means the mode corresponding to the hours with a cooling or heating load of the building and whereby the cooling or heating function of the unit is activated. This condition may involve on/off-cycling of the unit in order to reach or maintain a required indoor air temperature;
REG 2012-0206
Active mode [REG 2013-0617A1]   Active mode 【コンピュータエコデザイン規則】
ecodesign requirements for computers and computer servers
[ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for the purposes of the Annexes
10. "Active mode" means the state in which a computer is carrying out useful work in response to (a) prior or concurrent user input or (b) a prior or concurrent instruction over the network. This state includes active processing, seeking data from storage, memory or cache, including idle state time while awaiting further user input and before entering low power modes;
REG 2013-0617
active mode [REG 2013-0811A1]   active mode energy labelling of space heaters, combination heaters, packages of space heater, temperature control and solar device and packages of combination heater, temperature control and solar device [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to VIII Definitions related to heat pump space heaters and heat pump combination heaters:
(45) "active mode" means the condition corresponding to the hours with a heating load for the enclosed space and activated heating function; this condition may involve cycling of the heat pump space heater or heat pump combination heater to reach or maintain a required indoor air temperature;
REG 2013-0811
active mode [REG 2013-0813A1]   active mode ecodesign requirements for space heaters and combination heaters [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to V Definitions related to heat pump space heaters and heat pump combination heaters
(45) "active mode" means the condition corresponding to the hours with a heating load for the enclosed space and activated heating function; this condition may involve cycling of the heat pump space heater or heat pump combination heater to reach or maintain a required indoor air temperature;
REG 2013-0813
active mode (efficiency in, energy, heating, space, seasonal) [REG 2013-0813A1]   η son (seasonal space heating energy efficiency in active mode) ecodesign requirements for space heaters and combination heaters [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to V Definitions related to boiler space heaters, boiler combination heaters and cogeneration space heaters
(11) "seasonal space heating energy efficiency in active mode" (η son) means
- for fuel boiler space heaters and fuel boiler combination heaters, a weighted average of the useful efficiency at rated heat output and the useful efficiency at 30 % of the rated heat output, expressed in %;
- for electric boiler space heaters and electric boiler combination heaters, the useful efficiency at rated heat output, expressed in %;
- for cogeneration space heaters not equipped with supplementary heaters, the useful efficiency at rated heat output, expressed in %;
- for cogeneration space heaters equipped with supplementary heaters, a weighted average of the useful efficiency at rated heat output with supplementary heater disabled, and the useful efficiency at rated heat output with supplementary heater enabled, expressed in %;
REG 2013-0813
active mode (efficiency in, energy, heating, space, seasonal) [REG 2015-1187A1]   η son (seasonal space heating energy efficiency in active mode) energy labelling of solid fuel boilers and packages of a solid fuel boiler, supplementary heaters, temperature controls and solar devices [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable to Annexes II to X
(20) "seasonal space heating energy efficiency in active mode" or "ηson" means
(a) for automatically stoked solid fuel boilers, a weighted average of the useful efficiency at rated heat output and the useful efficiency at 30 % of the rated heat output;
(b) for manually stoked solid fuel boilers that can be operated at 50 % of the rated heat output in continuous mode, a weighted average of the useful efficiency at rated heat output and the useful efficiency at 50 % of the rated heat output;
(c) for manually stoked solid fuel boilers that cannot be operated at 50 % or less of the rated heat output in continuous mode, the useful efficiency at rated heat output;
(d) for solid fuel cogeneration boilers, the useful efficiency at rated heat output;
REG 2015-1187
active mode (efficiency in, energy, heating, space, seasonal) [REG 2015-1189A1]   η son (seasonal space heating energy efficiency in active mode) ecodesign requirements for solid fuel boilers [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable to Annexes II to V
(19) "seasonal space heating energy efficiency in active mode" or "ηson" means: (a) for automatically stoked solid fuel boilers, a weighted average of the useful efficiency at rated heat output and the useful efficiency at 30 % of the rated heat output, expressed in %; (b) for manually stoked solid fuel boilers that can be operated at 50 % of the rated heat output in continuous mode, a weighted average of the useful efficiency at rated heat output and the useful efficiency at 50 % of the rated heat output, expressed in %; (c) for manually stoked solid fuel boilers that cannot be operated at 50 % or less of the rated heat output in continuous mode, the useful efficiency at rated heat output, expressed in %; (d) for solid fuel cogeneration boilers, the useful efficiency at rated heat output, expressed in %;
REG 2015-1189
active mode (energy efficiency in, heating, space, seasonal) [REG 2013-0811A1]   η son (seasonal space heating energy efficiency in active mode) energy labelling of space heaters, combination heaters, packages of space heater, temperature control and solar device and packages of combination heater, temperature control and solar device [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to VIII Definitions related to boiler space heaters, boiler combination heaters and cogeneration space heaters:
(13) "seasonal space heating energy efficiency in active mode" (η son) means
- for fuel boiler space heaters and fuel boiler combination heaters, a weighted average of the useful efficiency at rated heat output and the useful efficiency at 30 % of the rated heat output, expressed in %;
- for electric boiler space heaters and electric boiler combination heaters, the useful efficiency at rated heat output, expressed in %;
- for cogeneration space heaters not equipped with supplementary heaters, the useful efficiency at rated heat output, expressed in %;
- for cogeneration space heaters equipped with supplementary heaters, a weighted average of the useful efficiency at rated heat output with supplementary heater disabled, and the useful efficiency at rated heat output with supplementary heater enabled, expressed in %;
REG 2013-0811
active mode (energy ratio in, primary, seasonal, net) [Decision 2013-0114A]   SPER net (net seasonal primary energy ratio in active mode) guidelines for Member States on calculating renewable energy from heat pumps from different heat pump technologies [ANNEX] Guidelines for Member States on calculating renewable energy from heat pumps from different heat pump technologies pursuant to Article 5 of Directive 2009/28/EC
2. DEFINITIONS
"SPF" shall mean the estimated average seasonal performance factor, which refers to the "net seasonal coefficient of performance in active mode" (SCOP net ) for electrically driven heat pumps or "net seasonal primary energy ratio in active mode" (SPER net ) for thermally driven heat pumps.
Decision 2013-0114
active mode (performance in, coefficient of, seasonal, net) [Decision 2013-0114A]   SCOP net (net seasonal coefficient of performance in active mode) guidelines for Member States on calculating renewable energy from heat pumps from different heat pump technologies [ANNEX] Guidelines for Member States on calculating renewable energy from heat pumps from different heat pump technologies pursuant to Article 5 of Directive 2009/28/EC
2. DEFINITIONS
"SPF" shall mean the estimated average seasonal performance factor, which refers to the "net seasonal coefficient of performance in active mode" (SCOP net ) for electrically driven heat pumps or "net seasonal primary energy ratio in active mode" (SPER net ) for thermally driven heat pumps.
Decision 2013-0114
active mode [REG 2009-0278]   active mode no-load condition electric power consumption and average active efficiency of external power supplies [Article 2 Definitions]
9. "active mode" means a condition in which the input of an external power supply is connected to the mains power source and the output is connected to a load;
REG 2009-0278
Active mode [REG 2011-0626A1]   Active mode energy labelling of air conditioners [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for the purposes of Annexes II to VII
(40) "Active mode" means the mode corresponding to the hours with a cooling or heating load of the building and whereby the cooling or heating function of the unit is activated. This condition may involve on/off-cycling of the unit in order to reach or maintain a required indoor air temperature;
REG 2011-0626
active mode coefficient of performance [REG 2013-0811A1]   S COP on (active mode coefficient of performance) or S PER on (active mode primary energy ratio) energy labelling of space heaters, combination heaters, packages of space heater, temperature control and solar device and packages of combination heater, temperature control and solar device [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to VIII Definitions related to heat pump space heaters and heat pump combination heaters:
(32) "active mode coefficient of performance" (S COP on) or "active mode primary energy ratio" (S PER on) means the average coefficient of performance of the heat pump space heater or heat pump combination heater using electricity in active mode or the average primary energy ratio of the heat pump space heater or heat pump combination heater using fuels in active mode for the designated heating season;
REG 2013-0811
active mode coefficient of performance [REG 2013-0813A1]   SCOP on (active mode coefficient of performance) or SPER on (active mode primary energy ratio) ecodesign requirements for space heaters and combination heaters [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to V Definitions related to heat pump space heaters and heat pump combination heaters
(32) "active mode coefficient of performance" (SCOP on) or "active mode primary energy ratio" (SPER on) means the average coefficient of performance of the heat pump space heater or heat pump combination heater using electricity in active mode, or the average primary energy ratio of the heat pump space heater or heat pump combination heater using fuels in active mode for the designated heating season;
REG 2013-0813
active mode efficiency [REG 2009-0278]   active mode efficiency no-load condition electric power consumption and average active efficiency of external power supplies [Article 2 Definitions]
10. "active mode efficiency" means the ratio of the power produced by an external power supply in active mode to the input power required to produce it;
REG 2009-0278
active mode hour (equivalent, annual) [REG 2013-0811A1]   H HE (annual equivalent active mode hours) energy labelling of space heaters, combination heaters, packages of space heater, temperature control and solar device and packages of combination heater, temperature control and solar device [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to VIII Definitions related to heat pump space heaters and heat pump combination heaters:
(31) "annual equivalent active mode hours" (H HE) means the assumed annual number of hours a heat pump space heater or heat pump combination heater has to provide the design load for heating to satisfy the reference annual heating demand, expressed in h;
REG 2013-0811
active mode hour (equivalent, annual) [REG 2013-0813A1]   H HE (annual equivalent active mode hours) ecodesign requirements for space heaters and combination heaters [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to V Definitions related to heat pump space heaters and heat pump combination heaters
(31) "annual equivalent active mode hours" (H HE) means the assumed annual number of hours a heat pump space heater or heat pump combination heater has to provide the design load for heating to satisfy the reference annual heating demand, expressed in h;
REG 2013-0813
active mode hour (Fan) [REG 2012-0206 List 2012-C172-01]   H CE (Fan active mode hours) ecodesign requirements for air conditioners and comfort fans 【Calculation methods for air conditioners (≤12kW) and comfort fans】
[SECTION 2] COMFORT FANS 1. Definitions
(8) "Fan active mode hours" (H CE) means the number of hours [hrs/a] the comfort fan is assumed to provide the maximum fan flow rate, as described in part 2, table 10.
REG 2012-0206 List 2012-C172-01
active mode hour (fan) [REG 2012-0206A1]   H CE (fan active mode hours) ecodesign requirements for air conditioners and comfort fans [ANNEX I] Ecodesign requirements
1. DEFINITIONS APPLICABLE FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE ANNEXES
(65) "fan active mode hours" (H CE) means the number of hours [h/a] the comfort fan is assumed to provide the maximum fan flow rate, as described in Annex II, Table 4.
REG 2012-0206
active mode hour for cooling (Equivalent) [REG 2012-0206 List 2012-C172-01]   H CE (Equivalent active mode hours for cooling) ecodesign requirements for air conditioners and comfort fans 【Calculation methods for air conditioners (≤12kW) and comfort fans】
[SECTION 1] AIR CONDITIONERS 1. Definitions
(25) "Equivalent active mode hours for cooling" (H CE) means the assumed annual number of hours [hrs/a] the unit must provide the design load for cooling (Pdesignc) in order to satisfy the Reference annual cooling demand, as described in table 8;
REG 2012-0206 List 2012-C172-01
active mode hour for cooling (equivalent) [REG 2012-0206A1]   H CE (equivalent active mode hours for cooling) ecodesign requirements for air conditioners and comfort fans [ANNEX I] Ecodesign requirements
1. DEFINITIONS APPLICABLE FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE ANNEXES
(21) "equivalent active mode hours for cooling" (H CE) means the assumed annual number of hours [h/a] the unit must provide the design load for cooling (Pdesignc) in order to satisfy the reference annual cooling demand, as set out in Annex II, Table 4;
REG 2012-0206
active mode hour for heating (Equivalent) [REG 2012-0206 List 2012-C172-01]   H HE (Equivalent active mode hours for heating) ecodesign requirements for air conditioners and comfort fans 【Calculation methods for air conditioners (≤12kW) and comfort fans】
[SECTION 1] AIR CONDITIONERS 1. Definitions
(32) "Equivalent active mode hours for heating" (H HE) means the assumed annual number of hours [hrs/a] the unit must provide the design load for heating (Pdesignh) in order to satisfy the Reference annual heating demand, as described in table 8;
REG 2012-0206 List 2012-C172-01
active mode hour for heating (equivalent) [REG 2012-0206A1]   H HE (equivalent active mode hours for heating) ecodesign requirements for air conditioners and comfort fans [ANNEX I] Ecodesign requirements
1. DEFINITIONS APPLICABLE FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE ANNEXES
(28) "equivalent active mode hours for heating" (H HE) means the assumed annual number of hours [h/a] the unit must provide the design load for heating (Pdesignh) in order to satisfy the reference annual heating demand, as set out in Annex II, Table 4;
REG 2012-0206
active mode hours for cooling (Equivalent) [REG 2011-0626A1]   HCE (Equivalent active mode hours for cooling) energy labelling of air conditioners [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for the purposes of Annexes II to VII
(21) "Equivalent active mode hours for cooling" (HCE) means the assumed annual number of hours [h/a] the unit must provide the design load for cooling (Pdesignc) in order to satisfy the reference annual cooling demand, as set out in Annex VII, Table 4;
REG 2011-0626
active mode hours for heating (Equivalent) [REG 2011-0626A1]   H HE (Equivalent active mode hours for heating) energy labelling of air conditioners [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for the purposes of Annexes II to VII
(28) "Equivalent active mode hours for heating" (H HE ) means the assumed annual number of hours [h/a] the unit must provide the design load for heating (Pdesignh) in order to satisfy the reference annual heating demand, as set out in Annex VII, Table 4;
REG 2011-0626
active mode primary energy ratio [REG 2013-0811A1]   S COP on (active mode coefficient of performance) or S PER on (active mode primary energy ratio) energy labelling of space heaters, combination heaters, packages of space heater, temperature control and solar device and packages of combination heater, temperature control and solar device [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to VIII Definitions related to heat pump space heaters and heat pump combination heaters:
(32) "active mode coefficient of performance" (S COP on) or "active mode primary energy ratio" (S PER on) means the average coefficient of performance of the heat pump space heater or heat pump combination heater using electricity in active mode or the average primary energy ratio of the heat pump space heater or heat pump combination heater using fuels in active mode for the designated heating season;
REG 2013-0811
active mode primary energy ratio [REG 2013-0813A1]   SCOP on (active mode coefficient of performance) or SPER on (active mode primary energy ratio) ecodesign requirements for space heaters and combination heaters [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to V Definitions related to heat pump space heaters and heat pump combination heaters
(32) "active mode coefficient of performance" (SCOP on) or "active mode primary energy ratio" (SPER on) means the average coefficient of performance of the heat pump space heater or heat pump combination heater using electricity in active mode, or the average primary energy ratio of the heat pump space heater or heat pump combination heater using fuels in active mode for the designated heating season;
REG 2013-0813
active mode seasonal coefficient of performance [REG 2012-0206A1]   SCOPon (active mode seasonal coefficient of performance) ecodesign requirements for air conditioners and comfort fans [ANNEX I] Ecodesign requirements
1. DEFINITIONS APPLICABLE FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE ANNEXES
(30) "active mode seasonal coefficient of performance" (SCOPon) means the average coefficient of performance of the unit in active mode for the designated heating season, constructed from the part load, electric back up heating capacity (where required) and bin-specific coefficients of performance (COPbin(Tj) and weighted by the bin hours the bin condition occurs;
REG 2012-0206
Active mode seasonal coefficient of performance [REG 2011-0626A1]   SCOPon (Active mode seasonal coefficient of performance) energy labelling of air conditioners [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for the purposes of Annexes II to VII
(30) "Active mode seasonal coefficient of performance" (SCOPon) means the average coefficient of performance of the unit in active mode for the designated heating season, constructed from the part load, electric back up heating capacity (where required) and bin-specific coefficients of performance (COPbin(Tj)) and weighted by the bin hours the bin condition occurs;
REG 2011-0626
Active mode seasonal energy efficiency ratio [REG 2012-0206 List 2012-C172-01]   SEERon (Active mode seasonal energy efficiency ratio) ecodesign requirements for air conditioners and comfort fans 【Calculation methods for air conditioners (≤12kW) and comfort fans】
[SECTION 1] AIR CONDITIONERS 1. Definitions
(27) "Active mode seasonal energy efficiency ratio" (SEERon) means the average energy efficiency ratio of the unit in active mode for the cooling function, constructed from part load and bin-specific energy efficiency ratio's (EERbin(Tj)) and weighted by the bin hours the bin condition occurs;
REG 2012-0206 List 2012-C172-01
active mode seasonal energy efficiency ratio [REG 2012-0206A1]   SEERon (active mode seasonal energy efficiency ratio) ecodesign requirements for air conditioners and comfort fans [ANNEX I] Ecodesign requirements
1. DEFINITIONS APPLICABLE FOR THE PURPOSES OF THE ANNEXES
(23) "active mode seasonal energy efficiency ratio" (SEERon) means the average energy efficiency ratio of the unit in active mode for the cooling function, constructed from part load and bin-specific energy efficiency ratio's (EERbin(Tj)) and weighted by the bin hours the bin condition occurs;
REG 2012-0206
active nozzle (battery operated) [REG 2013-0665]   battery operated active nozzle energy labelling of vacuum cleaners [Article 2] Definitions
(6) "battery operated active nozzle" means a cleaning head provided with an agitation device powered by batteries to assist dirt removal;
REG 2013-0665
active nozzle (battery operated) [REG 2013-0666]   battery operated active nozzle ecodesign requirements for vacuum cleaners [Article 2] Definitions
(6) "battery operated active nozzle" means a cleaning head provided with an agitation device powered by batteries to assist dirt removal;
REG 2013-0666
active power [REG 2016-0631]   active power network code on requirements for grid connection of generators [Article 2] Definitions
(20) "active power" means the real component of the apparent power at fundamental frequency, expressed in watts or multiples thereof such as kilowatts ("kW") or megawatts ("MW");
REG 2016-0631
active scheme member [Directive 2014-0050]   active scheme members minimum requirements for enhancing worker mobility [Article 3] Definitions
(c) "active scheme members" means workers whose current employment relationship entitles them or is likely to entitle them, after fulfilling any acquisition conditions, to a supplementary pension in accordance with the provisions of a supplementary pension scheme;
Directive 2014-0050
active scheme member [Posit 2014-0002]   active scheme members minimum requirements for enhancing worker mobility between Member States [Article 3] Definitions
(c) "active scheme members" means workers whose current employment relationship entitles them or is likely to entitle them, after fulfilling any acquisition conditions, to a supplementary pension in accordance with the provisions of a supplementary pension scheme;
Posit 2014-0002
Active seasonal mode energy efficiency ratio [REG 2011-0626A1]   SEERon (Active seasonal mode energy efficiency ratio) energy labelling of air conditioners [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for the purposes of Annexes II to VII
(23) "Active seasonal mode energy efficiency ratio" (SEERon) means the average energy efficiency ratio of the unit in active mode for the cooling function, constructed from part load and bin-specific energy efficiency ratio's (EERbin(Tj)) and weighted by the bin hours the bin condition occurs;
REG 2011-0626
Active State [Agreement Decision 2013-0107Ac]   Active State energy-efficiency labelling programmes for office equipment (対 U.S.A.) [ANNEX C] COMMON SPECIFICATIONS
I. COMPUTER SPECIFICATIONS
1. Definitions
O. Active State: The state in which the computer is carrying out useful work in response to a) prior or concurrent user input or b) prior or concurrent instruction over the network. This state includes active processing, seeking data from storage, memory, or cache, including idle state time while awaiting further user input and before entering low power modes.
Agreement Decision 2013-0107
Active State [2010-C186-01]   Active State energy-efficiency labelling programmes for office equipment [ANNEX] ANNEX C, part VIII, TO THE AGREEMENT
VIII. COMPUTER SPECIFICATIONS
1. DEFINITIONS Operational Modes
O. Active State: The state in which the computer is carrying out useful work in response to (a) prior or concurrent user input or (b) prior or concurrent instruction over the network. This state includes active processing, seeking data from storage, memory, or cache, including idle state time while awaiting further user input and before entering low power modes.
2010-C186-01
active status [REG 2016-0161]   active status safety features appearing on the packaging of medicinal products for human use [Article 3] Definitions
2. (e) "active status" means the status of an active unique identifier stored in the repositories system referred to in Article 31;
REG 2016-0161
active substance [REG 2012-0528]   active substance available on the market and use of biocidal products 【バイオサイド(生物致死性製品)規則←指令】 [Article 3] Definitions
1.(c) "active substance" means a substance or a micro-organism that has an action on or against harmful organisms;
REG 2012-0528
active substance (Brokering of) [Guide 2015-C095-01A]   Brokering of active substances active substances for medicinal products for human use [ANNEX] Glossary of terms applicable to these guidelines
Brokering of active substances / All activities in relation to the sale or purchase of active substances that do not include physical handling and that consist of negotiating independently and on behalf of another legal or natural person.
Guide 2015-C095-01
active substance (Distribution of) [Guide 2015-C095-01A]   Distribution of active substances active substances for medicinal products for human use [ANNEX] Glossary of terms applicable to these guidelines
Distribution of active substances / All activities consisting of procuring, importing, holding, supplying or exporting of active substances, apart from brokering.
Guide 2015-C095-01
active substance (existing) [REG 2000-1896]   existing active substance biocidal products [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "existing active substance" means an active substance on the market before 14 May 2000 as anactive substance of a biocidal product for purposes other thanthose referred to inArticle 2(2)(c) and (d) of the Directive;
REG 2000-1896
active substance (existing) [REG 2012-0528]   existing active substance available on the market and use of biocidal products 【バイオサイド(生物致死性製品)規則←指令】 [Article 3] Definitions
1.(d) "existing active substance" means a substance which was on the market on 14 May 2000 as an active substance of a biocidal product for purposes other than scientific or product and process-orientated research and development;
REG 2012-0528
active substance (existing) [POSIT 2011-0011]   existing active substance making available on the market and use of biocidal products [Article 3] Definitions
1. (d) "existing active substance" means a substance which was on the market on 14 May 2000 as an active substance of a biocidal product for purposes other than scientific or product and process-orientated research and development;
POSIT 2011-0011
active substance (Falsified) [Guide 2015-C095-01A]   Falsified active substance active substances for medicinal products for human use [ANNEX] Glossary of terms applicable to these guidelines
Falsified active substance / Any active substance with a false representation of:
a) its identity, including its packaging and labelling, its name or its components as regards any of the ingredients and the strength of those ingredients;
b) its source, including its manufacturer, its country of manufacture, its country of origin; or
c) its history, including the records and documents relating to the distribution channels used.
Guide 2015-C095-01
active substance (new) [REG 2012-0528]   new active substance available on the market and use of biocidal products 【バイオサイド(生物致死性製品)規則←指令】 [Article 3] Definitions
1.(e) "new active substance" means a substance which was not on the market on 14 May 2000 as an active substance of a biocidal product for purposes other than scientific or product and process-orientated research and development;
REG 2012-0528
active substance (new) [POSIT 2011-0011]   new active substance making available on the market and use of biocidal products [Article 3] Definitions
1. (e) "new active substance" means a substance which was not on the market on 14 May 2000 as an active substance of a biocidal product for purposes other than scientific or product and process-orientated research and development;
POSIT 2011-0011
active substance (released) [REG 2009-0450]   released active substances active and intelligent materials and articles intended to come into contact with food [Article 3 Definitions]
(f) "released active substances" are those substances intended to be released from releasing active materials and articles into or onto the packaged food or the environment surrounding the food and fulfilling a purpose in the food.
REG 2009-0450
active substance (residue of pharmacologically) [REG 2009-0470]   residues of pharmacologically active substances pharmacologically active substances in foodstuffs of animal origin [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "residues of pharmacologically active substances" means all pharmacologically active substances, expressed in mg/kg or μg/kg on a fresh weight basis, whether active substances, excipients or degradation products, and their metabolites which remain in food obtained from animals;
REG 2009-0470
Active substance [Directive 1979-0117]   Active substances plant protection products [Article 2]
4. Active substances : Substances, micro-organisms and viruses, having general or specific action:
4.1. against harmful organisms; or
4.2. on plants, parts of plants or plant products.
Directive 1979-0117
active substance [Directive 1991-0414]   active substances placing of plant protection products on the market [Definitions Article 2]
4. "active substances" substances or micro-organisms including viruses, having general or specific action:
4.1. against harmful organisms; or
4.2. on plants, parts of plants or plant products;
Directive 1991-0414
Active substance [Directive 1998-0008]   Active substance placing of biocidal products on the market 【バイオサイド指令(生物致死性製品指令)】 [Article 2 Definitions]
1.(d) Active substance : A substance or micro-organism including a virus or a fungus having general or specific action on or against harmful organisms.
Directive 1998-0008
active substance [POSIT 2011-0011]   active substance making available on the market and use of biocidal products [Article 3] Definitions
1. (c) "active substance" means a substance or a micro-organism that has an action on or against harmful organisms;
POSIT 2011-0011
active substance [REG 2009-1185]   active substances statistics on pesticides [Article 2] Definitions
(c) "active substances" means active substances as referred to in Article 2(2) of Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009;
REG 2009-1185
active substance intermediate [REG 2014-1252]   active substance intermediate principles and guidelines of good manufacturing practice for active substances for medicinal products for human use [Article 2] Definitions
(3) "active substance intermediate" means a substance which is obtained during the production of an active substance and which is intended for further processing;
REG 2014-1252
active substance starting material [REG 2014-1252]   active substance starting material principles and guidelines of good manufacturing practice for active substances for medicinal products for human use [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "active substance starting material" means any substance from which an active substance is manufactured or extracted;
REG 2014-1252
active surveillance [REG 2001-0099]   active surveillance prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies [Article 3] Definitions
1. (p) active surveillance: the testing of animals not reported as suspected of being infected by a TSE, such as emergency slaughtered animals, animals with observations at ante mortem inspection, fallen stock, healthy slaughtered animals and animals culled in connection with a TSE case, in particular in order to determine the evolution and prevalence of TSE in a country or region thereof.
REG 2001-0099
active surveillance [REG 2001-0999]   active surveillance prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies
(TSE /BSE)
[Article 3] Definitions
(p) active surveillance: the testing of animals not reported as suspected of being infected by a TSE, such as emergency slaughtered animals, animals with observations at ante mortem inspection, fallen stock, healthy slaughtered animals and animals culled in connection with a TSE case, in particular in order to determine the evolution and prevalence of TSE in a country or region thereof.
REG 2001-0999
Active therapeutical device [Directive 1993-0042A4]   Active therapeutical device 【医療機器指令】
ME (medical devices)
[ANNEX IX] CLASSIFICATION CRITERIA
I. DEFINITIONS
1. Definitions for the classification rules
1.5. Active therapeutical device
Any active medical device, whether used alone or in combination with other medical devices, to support, modify, replace or restore biological functions or structures with a view to treatment or alleviation of an illness, injury or handicap.
Directive 1993-0042
Active tooling units [2010-C069-0302]   Active tooling units Common military list [DEFINITIONS OF TERMS USED IN THIS LIST]
ML17 : ″End-effectors″
Grippers, active tooling units and any other tooling that is attached to the baseplateon the end of a ″robot″ manipulator arm.
Technical Note
″Active tooling units″ are devices for applying motive power, process energy or sensing to awork piece.
2010-C069-03
Active tooling units [2011-C086-01]   Active tooling units Common military list DEFINITIONS OF TERMS USED IN THIS LIST
ML17 ″End-effectors ″
Grippers, active tooling units and any other tooling that is attached to the baseplate on the end of a ″robot ″ manipulator arm.
Technical Note
″Active tooling units ″ are devices for applying motive power, process energy or sensing to a work piece.
2011-C086-01
active unique identifier [REG 2016-0161]   active unique identifier safety features appearing on the packaging of medicinal products for human use [Article 3] Definitions
2. (d) "active unique identifier" means a unique identifier which has not been decommissioned or which is no longer decommissioned;
REG 2016-0161
activities (fishing) [Decision 2010-0717A]   fishing activities Convention on Future Multilateral Cooperation in the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries AMENDMENT TO THE CONVENTION ON FUTURE MULTILATERAL COOPERATION IN THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC FISHERIES [Article 3] Articles I to XXI shall be deleted and replaced
[Article I] Use of terms
(g) "fishing activities" means harvesting or processing fishery resources, or transhipping of fishery resources or products derived from fishery resources, or any other activity in preparation for, in support of, or related to the harvesting of fishery resources, including:
(i) the actual or attempted searching for, catching or taking of fishery resources;
(ii) any activity that can reasonably be expected to result in locating, catching, taking, or harvesting of fishery resources for any purpose; and
(iii) any operation at sea in support of, or in preparation for, any activity described in this definition;
but does not include any operation related to emergencies involving the health and safety of crew members or the safety of a vessel;
Decision 2010-0717
activities (fishing) [REG 2008-1006]   fishing activities authorisations for fishing activities of Community fishing vessels outside Community waters [Article 2] Definitions
(c) "fishing activities" means the catching, retaining on board, processing and transferring of fish;
REG 2008-1006
activities (Investment) [Directive 2004-0039]   Investment services and activities markets in financial instruments [Article 4] Definitions
2) "Investment services and activities" means any of the services and activities listed in Section A of Annex I relating to any of the instruments listed in Section C of Annex I;
The Commission shall determine:
- the derivative contracts mentioned in Section C 7 of Annex I that have the characteristics of other derivative financial instruments, having regard to whether, inter alia, they are cleared and settled through recognised clearing houses or are subject to regular margin calls
- the derivative contracts mentioned in Section C 10 of Annex I that have the characteristics of other derivative financial instruments, having regard to whether, inter alia, they are traded on a regulated market or an MTF, are cleared and settled through recognised clearing houses or are subject to regular margin calls;
Directive 2004-0039
activities (IUU) [REG 2004-0601]   IUU activities control measures applicable to fishing activities in the area covered by the Convention on the conservation of Antarctic marine living resources [Article 2] Definitions
(m) "IUU activities" means illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing activities in the Convention area;
REG 2004-0601
activities (monitoring, compliance) [REG 2010-0018]   compliance monitoring activities national quality control programmes in the field of civil aviation security [ANNEX] 1. DEFINITIONS
(5) "compliance monitoring activities" means any procedure or process used for assessing the implementation of this Regulation and the national aviation security programme;
REG 2010-0018
activities (rating, credit) [REG 2009-1060]   credit rating activities credit rating agencies (CRAs) [Article 3] Definitions
1. (o) "credit rating activities" means data and information analysis and the evaluation, approval, issuing and review of credit ratings.
REG 2009-1060
activities (service, Agricultural and animal husbandry) [Decision 2000-0115A2]   Agricultural and animal husbandry service activities definitions of characteristics, list of agricultural products [ANNEX II] A. LIST OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS
01.1 Products of arable crops, market gardening, horticulture
01.4 Agricultural and animal husbandry service activities, except veterinary activities
Agricultural contract work only, i.e. work normally undertaken by the agricultural enterprises themselves. This includes ploughing, mowing, threshing, tobacco drying, sheep-shearing, care of animals and the establishment of new plantations whether by contractors or holders themselves.
Decision 2000-0115
activities (surveillance, market) [REG 2006-2004]   market surveillance activities Regulation on consumer protection cooperation [Article 3] Definitions
(i) "market surveillance activities" means the actions of a competent authority designed to detect whether intra-Community infringements have taken place within its territory;
REG 2006-2004
activities (transfer) [REG 2007-1559]   transfer activities multi-annual recovery plan for bluefin tuna in the Eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean [Article 2] Definitions
(d) "transfer activities" means any transfer of bluefin tuna:
(i) from the fishing vessel to the end fattening bluefin tuna farm, including for the fish dead or escaped during the transport;
(ii) from a bluefin tuna farm or a tuna trap to a processing vessel, transport vessel or to land;
REG 2007-1559
activities [Decision 2007-0589A1]   activities guidelines for the monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions [Annex I] General guidelines
2. DEFINITIONS
1. In addition the following basic definitions shall apply:
(a) "activities" means the activities listed in Annex I to Directive 2003/87/EC;
Decision 2007-0589
activities code (Economic) [REG 2000-1901]   Economic activities code statistics relating to the trading of goods [TITLE II] SPECIAL PROVISIONS
[CHAPTER 2] INDUSTRIAL PLANTS
[Article 34]
In accordance with the Combined Nomenclature, the code numbers for complete industrial plant subheadings shall be composed in conformity withth e following rules.
1. The code shall comprise eight digits.
2. The first two digits shall be 9 and 8 respectively.
3. The third digit, which shall serve to identify complete industrial plant, shall be 8.
4. The fourth digit shall vary from 0 to 9 according to the main economic activity carried out by the complete industrial plant and in accordance withth e classification given:
[Code Economic activities]
 0 Energy (including production and distribution of steam and hot water)
 1 Extraction of non-energy-producing minerals (including preparation of metalliferous ores and peat
extraction); manufacture of non-metallic mineral products (including manufacture of glass and glassware)
 2 Iron and steel industry; manufacture of metal articles (excluding mechanical engineering and construction of means of transport)
 3 Mechanical engineering and construction of means of transport; instrument engineering
 4 Chemical industry (including man-made fibres industry); rubber and plastics industry
 5 Food, drink and tobacco industry
 6 Textile, leather, footwear and clothing industry
 7 Timber and paper industry (including printing and publishing); manufacturing industries not classified
elsewhere
 8 Transport (excluding services connected withtransport, services of travel agents, freight brokers and other agents facilitating the transport of passengers or goods, storage and warehousing) and communications
 9 Collection, purification and distribution of water; services connected withtransport; economic activities
not classified elsewhere.
5. The fifth and sixth digits shall correspond to the number of the chapter of the Combined Nomenclature to which the complete industrial plant subheading relates. However, for the purposes of
Article 33(2), these fifth and sixth digits shall be 9.
6. For complete industrial plant subheadings which are situated:
— at Combined Nomenclature chapter level, the seventh and eighth digits shall be 0,
— at Harmonised System heading level, the seventh and eighth digits shall correspond to the third and fourth digits of that heading.
7. The competent department referred to in Article 33(2) shall prescribe the designation and the Combined Nomenclature code number to be used in the statistical information medium to identify
the component parts of a complete industrial plant
REG 2000-1901
activity [Directive 2013-0059]   activity basic safety standards for protection against the dangers arising from exposure to ionising radiation [Article 4] Definitions
(5) "activity" (A) is the activity of an amount of a radionuclide in a particular energy state at a given time. It is the quotient of dN by dt, where dN is the expectation value of the number of nuclear transitions from that energy state in the time interval dt:
A = dN / dt
The unit of activity is the becquerel (Bq);
Directive 2013-0059
Activity (A) [Directive 1980-0836]   Activity (A) health protection of the general public and workers against the dangers of ionizing radiation [TITLE I] DEFINITIONS
[Article 1] (a) Physical terms, quantities and units
Activity (A) : the quotient of dN by dt, where dN is the number of spontaneous nuclear transformations which occur in a quantity of a radionuclide in the time interval dt. [図]
This definition does not apply to the words "activity" and "activities" in Articles 2, 3, 4, 6 and 13.
Directive 1980-0836
Activity (A) [Directive 1996-0029]   Activity (A) protection of the health of workers and the general public against the dangers arising from ionizing radiation [TITLE I] DEFINITIONS [Article 1]
Activity (A): the activity, A, of an amount of a radionuclide in a particular energy state at a given time is the quotient of dN by dt, where dN is the expectation value of the number of spontaneous nuclear transitions from that energy state in the time interval dt: [式]
Directive 1996-0029
activity (aeronautical, non) [Guide 2014-C099-03]   non-aeronautical activities State aid to airports and airlines 2.2.Definitions
25. (20)"non-aeronautical activities" means commercial services to airlines or other users of the airport, such as ancillary services to passengers, freight forwarders or other service providers, renting out of offices and shops, car parking and hotels;
Guide 2014-C099-03
activity (agricultural) [Guide 2014-C204-01]   agricultural activity State aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas 2.4.Definitions (35) For the purposes of these Guidelines:
8."agricultural activity" means the production, processing and marketing of agricultural products;
Guide 2014-C204-01
activity (agricultural) [REG 2013-1306]   agricultural activity financing, management and monitoring of the CAP (common agricultural policy) [Article 2] Terms used in this Regulation
1. (b) "agricultural activity" means an agricultural activity within the meaning of Article 4 of Regulation (EU) 1307/2013;
REG 2013-1306
activity (agricultural) [REG 2013-1307]   agricultural activity rules for direct payments to farmers under support schemes within the framework of the common agricultural policy [Article 4] Definitions and related provisions
1. (c) "agricultural activity" means:
(i) production, rearing or growing of agricultural products, including harvesting, milking, breeding animals, and keeping animals for farming purposes,
(ii) maintaining an agricultural area in a state which makes it suitable for grazing or cultivation without preparatory action going beyond usual agricultural methods and machineries, based on criteria established by Member States on the basis of a framework established by the Commission, or
(iii) carrying out a minimum activity, defined by Member States, on agricultural areas naturally kept in a state suitable for grazing or cultivation;
REG 2013-1307
activity (Antithyroid) [REG 2014-0260A]   Antithyroid activity REACH test methods [ANNEX] The Annex to Regulation (EC) No 440/2008 is amended as follows:
(4) Chapters B.7 and B.8 are replaced by the following:
Appendix 1 : DEFINITIONS
Antithyroid activity is the capability of a chemical to suppress the action of a natural thyroid hormone (e.g. T 3 ) in a mammalian organism.
REG 2014-0260
activity (control) [REG 2012-0600]   control activities verification of greenhouse gas emission reports and tonne-kilometre reports [Article 3] Definitions
(11) "control activities" means any acts carried out or measures implemented by the operator or aircraft operator to mitigate inherent risks;
REG 2012-0600
activity (Criminal) [Directive 1991-0308]   Criminal activity financial system for the purpose of money laundering [Article 1]
"Criminal activity" means a crime specified in Article 3 (1 ) (a) of the Vienna Convention and any other criminal activity designated as such for the purposes of this Directive by each Member State.
Directive 1991-0308
activity (criminal) [Directive 2015-0849]   criminal activity financial system for the purposes of money laundering or terrorist financing [Article 3]
(4) "criminal activity" means any kind of criminal involvement in the commission of the following serious crimes:
(a) acts set out in Articles 1 to 4 of Framework Decision 2002/475/JHA;
(b) any of the offences referred in Article 3(1)(a) of the 1988 United Nations Convention against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances;
(c) the activities of criminal organisations as defined in Article 1 of Council Joint Action 98/733/JHA (1);
(d) fraud affecting the Union's financial interests, where it is at least serious, as defined in Article 1(1) and Article 2(1) of the Convention on the protection of the European Communities' financial interests (2);
(e) corruption;
(f) all offences, including tax crimes relating to direct taxes and indirect taxes and as defined in the national law of the Member States, which are punishable by deprivation of liberty or a detention order for a maximum of more than one year or, as regards Member States that have a minimum threshold for offences in their legal system, all offences punishable by deprivation of liberty or a detention order for a minimum of more than six months;
Directive 2015-0849
activity (criminal) [Posit 2015-0009]   criminal activity money laundering or terrorist financing [Article 3]
(4) "criminal activity" means any kind of criminal involvement in the commission of the following serious crimes:
(a) acts set out in Articles 1 to 4 of Framework Decision 2002/475/JHA;
(b) any of the offences referred in Article 3(1)(a) of the 1988 United Nations Convention against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances;
(c) the activities of criminal organisations as defined in Article 1 of Council Joint Action 98/733/JHA (5);
(d) fraud affecting the Union's financial interests, where it is at least serious, as defined in Article 1(1) and Article 2(1) of the Convention on the protection of the European Communities' financial interests (6);
(e) corruption;
(f) all offences, including tax crimes relating to direct taxes and indirect taxes and as defined in the national law of the Member States, which are punishable by deprivation of liberty or a detention order for a maximum of more than one year or, as regards Member States that have a minimum threshold for offences in their legal system, all offences punishable by deprivation of liberty or a detention order for a minimum of more than six months;
Posit 2015-0009
activity (criminal) [Directive 2005-0060]   criminal activity financial system for the purpose of money laundering and terrorist financing [Article 3]
(4) "criminal activity" means any kind of criminal involvement in the commission of a serious crime;
Directive 2005-0060
activity (criminal) [REG 2010-1031]   criminal activity auctioning of greenhouse gas emission allowances [Article 3] Definitions
19. "criminal activity" means the same as in Article 3(4) of Directive 2005/60/EC;
REG 2010-1031
activity (data flow) [REG 2012-0601]   data flow activities monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions [Article 3] Definitions
(25) "data flow activities" mean activities related to the acquisition, processing and handling of data that are needed to draft an emissions report from primary source data;
REG 2012-0601
activity (economic, investment in favour of, new, initial) [Guide 2013-C209-01]   initial investment in favour of new economic activity regional State aid 1.2. Definitions
20. (i) "initial investment in favour of new economic activity" means:
(a) an investment in tangible and intangible assets related to:
- the setting up of a new establishment, or
- the diversification of the activity of an establishment, under the condition that the new activity is not the same or a similar activity to the activity previously performed in the establishment; or
(b) the acquisition of the assets belonging to an establishment that has closed or would have closed if it had not been purchased, and is bought by an investor unrelated to the seller, under the condition that the new activity to be performed using the acquired assets is not a same or similar activity to the activity performed in the establishment prior to the acquisition;
Guide 2013-C209-01
activity (economic, new, investment in favour of, initial) [REG 2014-0651]   initial investment in favour of new economic activity declaring certain categories of aid compatible with the internal market [Article 2] Definitions [Definitions applying to regional aid]
(51) "initial investment in favour of new economic activity" means:
(a) an investment in tangible and intangible assets related to the setting up of a new establishment, or to the diversification of the activity of an establishment, under the condition that the new activity is not the same or a similar activity to the activity previously performed in the establishment;
(b) the acquisition of the assets belonging to an establishment that has closed or would have closed had it not been purchased, and is bought by an investor unrelated to the seller, under the condition that the new activity to be performed using the acquired assets is not the same or a similar activity to the activity performed in the establishment prior to the acquisition;
REG 2014-0651
activity (economic, sector of) [REG 2016-0451]   sectors of economic activity investment strategy and rules for the administration of the Single Resolution Fund [Article 2] Definitions
2. "sectors of economic activity" means sections set out in Annex I of Regulation (EC) No 1893/2006;
REG 2016-0451
activity (economic, sector of, specific, limited number of, targeted at a, scheme) [REG 2014-0651]   scheme targeted at a limited number of specific sectors of economic activity declaring certain categories of aid compatible with the internal market [Article 2] Definitions [Definitions applying to regional aid]
(46) "scheme targeted at a limited number of specific sectors of economic activity" means a scheme which covers activities falling within the scope of less than five classes (four-digit numerical code) of the NACE Rev. 2 statistical classification.
REG 2014-0651
activity (euro item) [Decision 2014-0106]   euro items activity accreditation procedures for manufacturers of euro secure items and euro items [Article 1] Definitions
2. "euro items activity" means the production of euro items;
Decision 2014-0106
activity (euro secure) [Decision 2014-0106]   euro secure activity accreditation procedures for manufacturers of euro secure items and euro items [Article 1] Definitions
4. "euro secure activity" means any of the following: origination, production, processing, destruction, storage, internal movement within a manufacturing site or transport of euro secure items;
Decision 2014-0106
activity (financial, carrying out, undertaking, regulated, non) [REG 2015-0035]   non-regulated undertaking carrying out financial activities taking-up and pursuit of the business of Insurance and Reinsurance (Solvency II) [Article 1] Definitions
52. "non-regulated undertaking carrying out financial activities" means a non-regulated undertaking which carries one or more of the activities referred to in Annex I of Directive 2013/36/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council (2) where those activities constitute a significant part of its overall activity;
REG 2015-0035
activity (fishing) [Posit 2013-0009]   fishing activity Common Fisheries Policy [Article 4] Definitions
1. (28) "fishing activity" means searching for fish, shooting, setting, towing, hauling of a fishing gear, taking catch on board, transhipping, retaining on board, processing on board, transferring, caging, fattening and landing of fish and fishery products;
Posit 2013-0009
activity (fishing) [REG 2013-1380]   fishing activity Common Fisheries Policy [Article 4] Definitions
1. (28) "fishing activity" means searching for fish, shooting, setting, towing, hauling of a fishing gear, taking catch on board, transhipping, retaining on board, processing on board, transferring, caging, fattening and landing of fish and fishery products;
REG 2013-1380
activity (fishing) [REG 2009-1224]   fishing activity control system for ensuring compliance with the rules of the common fisheries policy [Article 4] Definitions
1. "fishing activity" means searching for fish, shooting, setting, towing, hauling of a fishing gear, taking catch on board, transhipping, retaining on board, processing on board, transferring, caging, fattening and landing of fish and fisheries products;
REG 2009-1224
ACTIVITY (INDUSTRIAL) [Directive 1982-0501]   INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY major-accident hazards of certain industrial activities 【Seveso I 指令】 2.( A ) INDUSTRIAL ACTIVITY MEANS :
- ANY OPERATION CARRIED OUT IN AN INDUSTRIAL INSTALLATION REFERRED TO IN ANNEX I INVOLVING , OR POSSIBLY INVOLVING , ONE OR MORE DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES AND CAPABLE OF PRESENTING MAJOR-ACCIDENT HAZARDS , AND ALSO TRANSPORT CARRIED OUT WITHIN THE ESTABLISHMENT FOR INTERNAL REASONS AND THE STORAGE ASSOCIATED WITH THIS OPERATION WITHIN THE ESTABLISHMENT ,
- ANY OTHER STORAGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS SPECIFIED IN ANNEX II ;
Directive 1982-0501
activity (intermediary) [REG 2005-0111]   intermediary activities monitoring of trade between the Community and third countries in drug precursors [Article 2]
(e) "intermediary activities" means any activity to arrange purchase and sale or supply of scheduled substances carried out by any natural or legal person who aims to obtain agreement between two parties or to do so through acting on behalf of at least one of these parties without taking these substances into its possession or taking control of the carrying out of such transaction; this definition shall also include any activity carried out by any natural or legal person established in the Community involving purchase and sale or supply of scheduled substances without these substances being introduced into the Community customs territory;
REG 2005-0111
activity (market making) [REG 2012-0236]   market making activities short selling and certain aspects of credit default swaps [Article 2] Definitions
1. (k) "market making activities" means the activities of an investment firm, a credit institution, a third-country entity, or a firm as referred to in point (l) of Article 2(1) of Directive 2004/39/EC, which is a member of a trading venue or of a market in a third country, the legal and supervisory framework of which has been declared equivalent by the Commission pursuant to Article 17(2) where it deals as principal in a financial instrument, whether traded on or outside a trading venue, in any of the following capacities:
(i) by posting firm, simultaneous two-way quotes of comparable size and at competitive prices, with the result of providing liquidity on a regular and ongoing basis to the market;
(ii) as part of its usual business, by fulfilling orders initiated by clients or in response to clients’ requests to trade;
(iii) by hedging positions arising from the fulfilment of tasks under points (i) and (ii);
REG 2012-0236
activity (marketing) [REG 2015-2447]   marketing activities Union Customs Code [Article 1] Definitions
(2) (8) "marketing activities" means, in the context of customs valuation, all activities relating to advertising or marketing and promoting the sale of the goods in question and all activities relating to warranties or guarantees in respect of them;
REG 2015-2447
activity (physical, enhancing, health) [RECOM 2013-C354-01]   HEPA (health-enhancing physical activity) health-enhancing physical activity across sectors Whereas:
(3) While efforts to promote health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA) have been stepped up by public authorities in some
RECOM 2013-C354-01
activity (physical, specific) [REG 2011-0349]   specific physical activity Community statistics on public health and health and safety at work, as regards statistics on accidents at work [Article 1] Definitions
(m) "specific physical activity" means the victim's exact physical activity at the instant of the accident;
REG 2011-0349
activity (physical, specific, material agent associated with the) [REG 2011-0349]   material agent associated with the specific physical activity Community statistics on public health and health and safety at work, as regards statistics on accidents at work [Article 1] Definitions
(n) "material agent associated with the specific physical activity" means the tool, object or instrument being used by the victim when the accident happened;
REG 2011-0349
activity (product by, classification of) [REG 2014-1209A]   statistical CPA (classification of products by activity) new statistical CPA (classification of products by activity) [Article 1]
The Annex to Regulation (EC) No 451/2008 is replaced by the text in the Annex to this Regulation.
[ANNEX] ANNEX
[表 抜粋] Code / Heading
A / PRODUCTS OF AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY AND FISHING
01 / Products of agriculture, hunting and related services
01.1 / Non-perennial crops
01.11 / Cereals (except rice), leguminous crops and oil seeds
01.11.1 / Wheat
01.11.11 / Durum wheat
01.11.12 / Wheat, except durum wheat
01.11.2 / Maize
  ・・・・・
02 / Products of forestry, logging and related services ・・・
03 / Fish and other fishing products; aquaculture products; support services to fishing
B / MINING AND QUARRYING
05 / Coal and lignite
06 / Crude petroleum and natural gas
C / MANUFACTURED PRODUCTS
10 / Food products
11 / Beverages
12 / Tobacco products
13 / Textiles
14 / Wearing apparel
16 / Wood and of products of wood and cork, except furniture; articles of straw and plaiting materials
17 / Paper and paper products
18 / Printing and recording services
20 / Chemicals and chemical products
21 / Basic pharmaceutical products and pharmaceutical preparations
22 / Rubber and plastic products
24 / Basic metals
26 / Computer, electronic and optical products
27 / Electrical equipment
28 / Machinery and equipment n.e.c.
29 / Motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers
31 / Furniture
32 / Other manufactured goods
32.1 / Jewellery, bijouterie and related articles
32.11 / Coins
33 / Repair and installation services of machinery and equipment
D / ELECTRICITY, GAS, STEAM AND AIR CONDITIONING
35 / Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning
E / WATER SUPPLY; SEWERAGE, WASTE MANAGEMENT AND REMEDIATION SERVICES
36 / Natural water; water treatment and supply services
38 /Waste collection, treatment and disposal services; materials recovery services
39 / Remediation services and other waste management services
F / CONSTRUCTIONS AND CONSTRUCTION WORKS
41 / Buildings and building construction works
G / WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE SERVICES; REPAIR SERVICES OF MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTORCYCLES
45 / Wholesale and retail trade and repair services of motor vehicles and motorcycles
H / TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE SERVICES
49 / Land transport services and transport services via pipelines
50 / Water transport services
51 / Air transport services
53 / Postal and courier services
I / ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICES
55 / Accommodation services
56 / Food and beverage serving services
J / INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION SERVICES
58 / Publishing services
59 / Motion picture, video and television programme production services, sound recording and music publishin
60 / Programming and broadcasting services
61 / Telecommunications services
62 / Computer programming, consultancy and related services
63 / Information services
K / FINANCIAL AND INSURANCE SERVICES
64 / Financial services, except insurance and pension funding
L / REAL ESTATE SERVICES
68 / Real estate services
M / PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SERVICES
69 / Legal and accounting services
71 / Architectural and engineering services; technical testing and analysis services
72 / Scientific research and development services
73 / Advertising and market research services
75 / Veterinary services
N / ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT SERVICES
77 / Rental and leasing services
78 / Employment services
79 / Travel agency, tour operator and other reservation services and related services
80 / Security and investigation services
82 / Office administrative, office support and other business support services
O / PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND DEFENCE SERVICES; COMPULSORY SOCIAL SECURITY SERVICES
84 / Public administration and defence services; compulsory social security services
P / EDUCATION SERVICES
85 / Education services
Q / HUMAN HEALTH AND SOCIAL WORK SERVICES
86 / Human health services
87 / Residential care services
88 / Social work services without accommodation
R / ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES
90 / Creative, arts and entertainment services
91 / Library, archive, museum and other cultural services
92 / Gambling and betting services
93 / Sporting services and amusement and recreation services
S / OTHER SERVICES
94 / Services furnished by membership organisations
95 / Repair services of computers and personal and household goods
96 / Other personal services
T / SERVICES OF HOUSEHOLDS AS EMPLOYERS; UNDIFFERENTIATED GOODS AND SERVICES PRODUCED BY HOUSEHOLDS FOR OWN USE
97 / Services of households as employers of domestic personnel
98 / Undifferentiated goods and services produced by private households for own use
U / SERVICES PROVIDED BY EXTRATERRITORIAL ORGANISATIONS AND BODIES
99 / Services provided by extraterritorial organisations and bodies
REG 2014-1209
activity (project) [Directive 2003-0087]   project activity greenhouse gas emission allowance trading 【温室効果ガス排出権取引】 [Article 3 Definitions]
(l) "project activity" means a project activity approved by one or more Annex I Parties in accordance with Article 6 or Article 12 of the Kyoto Protocol and the decisions adopted pursuant to the UNFCCC or the Kyoto Protocol;
Directive 2003-0087
activity (purchasing, ancillary) [Directive 2014-0024]   ancillary purchasing activities public procurement [Article 2] Definitions
1. (15) "ancillary purchasing activities" means activities consisting in the provision of support to purchasing activities, in particular in the following forms:
(a) technical infrastructure enabling contracting authorities to award public contracts or to conclude framework agreements for works, supplies or services;
(b) advice on the conduct or design of public procurement procedures;
(c) preparation and management of procurement procedures on behalf and for the account of the contracting authority concerned;
Directive 2014-0024
activity (purchasing, ancillary) [Directive 2014-0025]   ancillary purchasing activities procurement by entities operating in the water, energy, transport and postal services sector [Article 2] Definitions
(11) "ancillary purchasing activities" means activities consisting in the provision of support to purchasing activities, in particular in the following forms:
(a) technical infrastructure enabling contracting entities to award public contracts or to conclude framework agreements for works, supplies or services;
(b) advice on the conduct or design of procurement procedures;
(c) preparation and management of procurement procedures on behalf and for the account of the contracting entity concerned;
Directive 2014-0025
activity (purchasing, centralised) [Directive 2014-0024]   centralised purchasing activities public procurement [Article 2] Definitions
1. (14) "centralised purchasing activities" means activities conducted on a permanent basis, in one of the following forms:
(a) the acquisition of supplies and/or services intended for contracting authorities,
(b) the award of public contracts or the conclusion of framework agreements for works, supplies or services intended for contracting authorities;
Directive 2014-0024
activity (purchasing, centralised) [Directive 2014-0025]   centralised purchasing activities procurement by entities operating in the water, energy, transport and postal services sector [Article 2] Definitions
(10) "centralised purchasing activities" means activities conducted on a permanent basis, in one of the following forms:
(a) the acquisition of supplies and/or services intended for contracting entities,
(b) the award of contracts or the conclusion of framework agreements for works, supplies or services intended for contracting entities;
Directive 2014-0025
activity (research and innovation) [REG 2013-1291]   research and innovation activities Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "research and innovation activities" mean the whole spectrum of activities of research, technological development, demonstration and innovation, including the promotion of cooperation with third countries and international organisations, the dissemination and optimisation of results and the stimulation of high quality training and mobility of researchers in the Union;
REG 2013-1291
activity (research and innovation) [REG 2013-1314]   research and innovation activities Horizon 2020 (Euratom Programme) [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "research and innovation activities" means the whole spectrum of activities of research, technological development, demonstration and innovation, including the promotion of cooperation with third countries and international organisations, dissemination and optimisation of results and stimulation of the training and mobility of researchers in the European Atomic Energy Community (hereinafter 'the Community');
REG 2013-1314
activity (same or a similar) [REG 2014-0651]   the same or a similar activity declaring certain categories of aid compatible with the internal market [Article 2] Definitions [Definitions applying to regional aid]
(50) "the same or a similar activity" means an activity falling under the same class (four-digit numerical code) of the NACE Rev. 2 statistical classification of economic activities as laid down in Regulation (EC) No 1893/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 December 2006 establishing the statistical classification of economic activities NACE Revision 2 and amending Council Regulation (EEC) No 3037/90 as well as certain EC Regulations on specific statistical domains (1);
REG 2014-0651
activity (same or similar) [Guide 2013-C209-01]   the same or a similar activity regional State aid 1.2. Definitions
20. (s) "the same or a similar activity" means an activity falling under the same class (four-digit numerical code) of the NACE Rev. 2 statistical classification of economic activities;
Guide 2013-C209-01
activity (secure, euro) [Decision 2008-0402]   euro secure activity security accreditation procedures for manufacturers of euro secure items [Article 1] Definitions
(g) "euro secure activity" means any of the following: production, processing (including destruction), storage or transport of euro secure items;
Decision 2008-0402
activity (service and, investment) [Directive 2014-0065]   investment services and activities markets in financial instruments [Article 4] Definitions
1. (2) "investment services and activities" means any of the services and activities listed in Section A of Annex I relating to any of the instruments listed in Section C of Annex I.
The Commission shall adopt delegated acts in accordance with Article 89 measures specifying:
(a) the derivative contracts referred to in Section C.6 of Annex I that have the characteristics of wholesale energy products that must be physically settled and C.6 energy derivative contracts;
(b) the derivative contracts referred to in Section C.7 of Annex I that have the characteristics of other derivative financial instruments;
(c) the derivative contracts referred to in Section C.10 of Annex I that have the characteristics of other derivative financial instruments, having regard to whether, inter alia, they are traded on a regulated market, an MTF or an OTF;
Directive 2014-0065
activity (service and, investment) [REG 2014-0600]   investment services and activities markets in financial instruments [Article 2] Definitions
1. (2) "investment services and activities" means investment services and activities defined in Article 4(1)(2) of Directive 2014/65/EU;
REG 2014-0600
activity (Ship to ship) [REG 2004-0725A1]   Ship to ship activity enhancing ship and port facility security [ANNEX I]
[CHAPTER XI-2] SPECIAL MEASURES TO ENHANCE MARITIME SECURITY
Regulation 1 Definition
1.10 Ship to ship activity means any activity not related to a port facility that involves the transfer of goods or persons from one ship to another.
REG 2004-0725
activity (Thyroid) [REG 2014-0260A]   Thyroid activity REACH test methods [ANNEX] The Annex to Regulation (EC) No 440/2008 is amended as follows:
(4) Chapters B.7 and B.8 are replaced by the following:
Appendix 1 : DEFINITIONS
Thyroid activity is the capability of a chemical to act like a natural thyroid hormone (e.g. T 3 ) in a mammalian organism.
REG 2014-0260
activity (tourism) [REG 2008-0800]   tourism activities General block exemption Regulation [Article 2] Definitions
25. "tourism activities" means the following activities in terms of NACE Rev. 2:
(a) NACE 55:Accommodation;
(b) NACE 56: Food and beverage service activities;
(c) NACE 79: Travel agency, tour operator reservation service and related activities;
(d) NACE 90: Creative, arts and entertainment activities;
(e) NACE 91: Libraries, archives, museums and other cultural activities;
(f) NACE 93: Sports activities and amusement and recreation activities;
REG 2008-0800
activity (tourism) [REG 2014-0651]   tourism activity declaring certain categories of aid compatible with the internal market [Article 2] Definitions [Definitions applying to regional aid]
(47) "tourism activity" means the following activities in terms of NACE Rev. 2:
(a) NACE 55:Accommodation;
(b) NACE 56: Food and beverage service activities;
(c) NACE 79: Travel agency, tour operator reservation service and related activities;
(d) NACE 90: Creative, arts and entertainment activities;
(e) NACE 91: Libraries, archives, museums and other cultural activities;
(f) NACE 93: Sports activities and amusement and recreation activities;
REG 2014-0651
Activity (Transverse) [REG 2014-0558A1]   TAs (Transverse Activities) Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking [ANNEX I] STATUTES OF THE CLEAN SKY 2 JOINT UNDERTAKING Article 1 : Definitions
(g) "Transverse Activities" or "TAs" means actions with relevance for several ITDs and/or IADPs and requiring coordination and management across the ITDs and/or IADPs for the optimal delivery of the overall objectives of the Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking.
REG 2014-0558
activity (work on the, start of) [Guide 2014-C204-01]   start of works on the project or activity State aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas 2.4.Definitions (35) For the purposes of these Guidelines:
25."start of works on the project or activity" means the earlier of, either the start of the activities, or the construction works relating to the investment, or the first legally binding commitment to order equipment or employ services or any other commitment that makes the project or activity irreversi ble; buying land and preparatory works such as obtaining permits and conducting feasibility studies are not considered start of works or activity. The purchase of land referred to in point (144)(a) sec ond sentence, (502)(a) second sentence and (635)(a) where the eligible costs for the land purchase equals 100 % of the eligible investment costs, is considered to be the start of works on project or activity;
Guide 2014-C204-01
activity (work on the, start of) [REG 2014-0702]   start of works on the project or activity aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas [Article 2] Definitions
(25) "start of works on the project or activity" means the earlier of either the start of the activities or the construction works relating to the investment, or the first legally binding commitment to order equipment or employ services or any other commitment that makes the project or activity irreversible; buying land and preparatory works such as obtaining permits and conducting feasibility studies are not considered start of works or activity;
REG 2014-0702
activity (youth) [REG 2013-1288]   youth activity Erasmus+ (education, training, youth and sport) [Article 2] Definitions
(17) "youth activity" means an out-of-school activity (such as youth exchange, volunteering or youth training) carried out by a young person, either individually or in a group, in particular through youth organisations, and characterised by a non-formal learning approach;
REG 2013-1288
activity affecting the financial interest of the Union (illegal, fraud, corruption and any other) [REG 2013-0883]   fraud, corruption and any other illegal activity affecting the financial interests of the Union investigations conducted by the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) [Article 2] Definitions
(3) "fraud, corruption and any other illegal activity affecting the financial interests of the Union" shall have the meaning applied to those words in the relevant Union acts;
REG 2013-0883
activity as a self-employed person [REG 2004-088301]   activity as a self-employed person social security systems [Article 1] Definitions
(b) "activity as a self-employed person" means any activity or equivalent situation treated as such for the purposes of the social security legislation of the Member State in which such activity or equivalent situation exists;
REG 2004-0883
activity as an employed person [REG 2004-088301]   activity as an employed person social security systems [Article 1] Definitions
(a) "activity as an employed person" means any activity or equivalent situation treated as such for the purposes of the social security legislation of the Member State in which such activity or equivalent situation exists;
REG 2004-0883
activity carried out by a worker [Directive 1990-0641]   activities carried out by a worker protection of outside workers exposed to the risk of ionizing radiation during their activities in controlled areas [Article 2]
"activities carried out by a worker" means any service or services provided by an outside worker in a controlled area for which an operator is responsible.
Directive 1990-0641
Activity concerning exploration and/or exploitation of the resource in the Protocol Area [Protocol 2013-L004-04]   Activities concerning exploration and/or exploitation of the resources in the Protocol Area Protocol for the Protection of the Mediterranean Sea against pollution resulting from exploration and exploitation of the continental shelf and the seabed and its subsoil [Article 1] Definitions
(d) "Activities concerning exploration and/or exploitation of the resources in the Protocol Area" (hereinafter referred to as "activities") means:
(i) Activities of scientific research concerning the resources of the seabed and its subsoil;
(ii) Exploration activities:
- Seismological activities; surveys of the seabed and its subsoil; sample taking;
- Exploration drilling;
(iii) Exploitation activities:
- Establishment of an installation for the purpose of recovering resources, and activities connected therewith;
- Development drilling;
- Recovery, treatment and storage;
- Transportation to shore by pipeline and loading of ships;
- Maintenance, repair and other ancillary operations;
Protocol 2013-L004-04
activity data [REG 2012-0601]   activity data monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions [Article 3] Definitions
(1) "activity data" means the data on the amount of fuels or materials consumed or produced by a process as relevant for the calculation-based monitoring methodology, expressed in terajoules, mass in tonnes, or for gases as volume in normal cubic metres, as appropriate;
REG 2012-0601
activity dependent on the passing of the season [Directive 2014-0036]   activity dependent on the passing of the seasons employment as seasonal workers [Article 3] Definitions
(c) "activity dependent on the passing of the seasons" means an activity that is tied to a certain time of the year by a recurring event or pattern of events linked to seasonal conditions during which required labour levels are significantly above those necessary for usually ongoing operations;
Directive 2014-0036
Activity Guideline (Physical, EU) [RECOM 2013-C354-01]   EU PA GL (EU Physical Activity Guidelines) health-enhancing physical activity across sectors (9) The EU Physical Activity Guidelines (EU PA GL) , as referred to by the Council and by the Representatives of the Governments of the Member States, meeting within the Council, in their conclusions of 27 November 2012 on promoting HEPA, and by the Council in its conclusions entitled "Healthy Ageing across the Lifecycle" , advocate a cross-sectoral approach covering all thematic areas responsible for HEPA promotion. RECOM 2013-C354-01
activity holding company (mixed) [Directive 2013-0036]   mixed activity holding company activity of credit institutions and the prudential supervision of credit institutions and investment firms [Article 3] Definitions
1. (21) "mixed activity holding company" means mixed activity holding company as defined in point (22) of Article 4(1) of Regulation (EU) No 575/2013;
Directive 2013-0036
activity holding company (mixed) [Directive 2014-0059]   mixed-activity holding company recovery and resolution of credit institutions and investment firms [Article 2] Definitions
1. (11) "mixed-activity holding company" means a mixed-activity holding company as defined in point (22) of Article 4(1) of Regulation (EU) No 575/2013;
Directive 2014-0059
activity holding company (mixed) [REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11]   mixed activity holding company 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (22) "mixed activity holding company" means a parent undertaking, other than a financial holding company or an institution or a mixed financial holding company, the subsidiaries of which include at least one institution;
REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11
activity holding company (mixed) [REG 2013-0575]   mixed activity holding company 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (22) "mixed activity holding company" means a parent undertaking, other than a financial holding company or an institution or a mixed financial holding company, the subsidiaries of which include at least one institution;
REG 2013-0575
activity holding company (mixed-) [Directive 1992-0030]   mixed-activity holding company credit institutions on a consolidated basis [Article 1]
- mixed-activity holding company shall mean a parent undertaking, other than a financial holding company or a credit institution, the subsidiaries of which include at least one credit institution,
Directive 1992-0030
activity holding company (mixed-) [Directive 1993-00067]   mixed-activity holding company capital adequacy of investments firms and credit institutions [Article 7 General principles]
3. - "mixed-activity holding company" shall mean a parent undertaking, other than a financial holding company or an investment firm or a mixed financial holding company within the meaning of Directive 2002/87/EC, the subsidiaries of which include at least one investment firm,
Directive 1993-0006
activity holding company (mixed-) [Directive 2000-0012]   mixed-activity holding company taking up and pursuit of the business of credit institutions [Article 1] Definitions
22. "mixed-activity holding company": shall mean a parent undertaking, other than a financial holding company or a credit institution or a mixed financial holding company within the meaning of Directive 2002/87/EC, the subsidiaries of which include at least one credit institution;
Directive 2000-0012
activity holding company (mixed-) [Directive 2002-008726]   mixed-activity holding company credit institutions, insurance undertakings and investment firms in a financial conglomerate [Article 26] Amendments to Directive 93/6/EEC
- "mixed-activity holding company" shall mean a parent undertaking, other than a financial holding company or an investment firm or a mixed financial holding company within the meaning of Directive 2002/87/EC, the subsidiaries of which include at least one investment firm.
Directive 2002-0087
activity holding company (mixed-) [Directive 2002-008729]   mixed-activity holding company credit institutions, insurance undertakings and investment firms in a financial conglomerate [Article 29] Amendments to Directive 2000/12/EC
(b) Points (21) and (22) shall be replaced by the following:
22. "mixed-activity holding company" shall mean a parent undertaking, other than a financial holding company or a credit institution or a mixed financial holding company within the meaning of Directive 2002/87/EC, the subsidiaries of which include at least one credit institution;
Directive 2002-0087
activity holding company (mixed-) [Directive 2006-0048]   mixed-activity holding company taking up and pursuit of the business of credit institutions [Article 4]
(20) "mixed-activity holding company" means a parent undertaking, other than a financial holding company or a credit institution or a mixed financial holding company within the meaning of Article 2(15) of Directive 2002/87/EC, the subsidiaries of which include at least one credit institution;
Directive 2006-0048
activity holding company (mixed-) [Directive 2006-0049]   mixed-activity holding company capital adequacy of investment firms and credit institutions (recast) [Section 2] Definitions [Article 3]
3. For the purposes of applying Directive 2006/48/EC
(b) "mixed-activity holding company" means a parent undertaking, other than a financial holding company or an investment firm or a mixed financial holding company within the meaning of Directive 2002/87/EC, the subsidiaries of which include at least one investment firm; and
Directive 2006-0049
activity insurance holding company (mixed-) [Directive 2002-008728]   mixed-activity insurance holding company credit institutions, insurance undertakings and investment firms in a financial conglomerate [Article 28] Amendments to Directive 98/78/EC
1. in Article 1 points (g), (h), (i) and (j) shall be replaced by the following:
(j) "mixed-activity insurance holding company" shall mean a parent undertaking, other than an insurance undertaking, a non-member country insurance undertaking, a reinsurance undertaking, an insurance holding company or a mixed financial holding company within the meaning of Directive 2002/87/EC, which includes at least one insurance undertaking among its subsidiary undertakings.
Directive 2002-0087
activity insurance holding company (mixed-) [Directive 2009-0138]   mixed-activity insurance holding company business of Insurance and Reinsurance (Solvency II) [Article 212] Definitions
1. (g) "mixed-activity insurance holding company" means a parent undertaking, other than an insurance undertaking, a third-country insurance undertaking, a reinsurance undertaking, a third-country reinsurance undertaking, an insurance holding company or a mixed financial holding company within the meaning of Directive 2002/87/EC, which includes at least one insurance or reinsurance undertaking among its subsidiary undertakings.
Directive 2009-0138
Activity involving chemical agents [Directive 1998-0024]   Activity involving chemical agents health and safety of workers from the risks related to chemical agents [Article 2 Definitions]
(c) "Activity involving chemical agents" means any work in which chemical agents are used, or are intended to be used, in any process, including production, handling, storage, transport or disposal and treatment, or which result from such work;
Directive 1998-0024
Activity item (waste) [REG 2005-0782]   Activity item (waste) waste statistics [ANNEX] FORMAT FOR THE TRANSMISSION OF RESULTS ON WASTE STATISTICS
List C — Activity item (NACE rev 1.1 category (Council Regulation (EEC) No 3037/90) (1))
A : Agriculture, hunting and forestry
B : Fishing
C : Mining and quarrying
DA : Manufacture of food products, beverages and tobacco
DB+DC : Manufacture of textiles and textile products / Manufacture of leather and leather products
DD : Manufacture of wood and wood products
DE : Manufacture of pulp, paper and paper products; publishing and printing
DF : Manufacture of coke, refined petroleum products and nuclear fuel
DG+DH : Manufacture of chemicals, chemical products and man-made fibres / Manufacture of rubber and plastic products
DI : Manufacture of other non-metallic mineral products
DJ : Manufacture of basic metals and fabricated metal products
DK+DL+DM : Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c. / Manufacture of electrical and optical equipment / Manufacture of transport equipment
DN : (excluding 37) Manufacture n.e.c.
E : Electricity, gas and water supply
F : Construction
G-Q : (excluding 51.57 and 90) Other economic activities (services)
37 : Recycling
51.57 : Wholesale of waste and scrap
90 : Sewage and refuse disposal, sanitation and similar activities
HH : Waste generated by households
Total
REG 2005-0782
Activity level [Directive 2003-0122A1]   Activity level control of high-activity sealed radioactive sources and orphan sources [ANNEX I] Activity levels
[表] Element (Atomic number) / Radionuclide / Activity level (Bq)
Iron (26) / Fe-55 / 4 × 1011
Cobalt (27) / Co-60 / 4 × 109
Selenium (34) / Se-75 / 3 × 1010
 ・・ / ・・ / ・・
Californium (98) / Cf-252 / 5 × 108
Directive 2003-0122
activity of the employer (economic) [REG 2011-0349]   economic activity of the employer Community statistics on public health and health and safety at work, as regards statistics on accidents at work [Article 1] Definitions
(c) "economic activity of the employer" covers the main ‘economic’ activity of the local unit of the enterprise of the victim;
REG 2011-0349
activity sealed source (high) [Directive 2013-0059]   high-activity sealed source basic safety standards for protection against the dangers arising from exposure to ionising radiation [Article 4] Definitions
(41) "high-activity sealed source" means a sealed source for which the activity of the contained radionuclide is equal to or exceeds the relevant activity value laid down in Annex III;
Directive 2013-0059
activity status (current) [REG 2009-1201A]   current activity status population and housing censuses [ANNEX] Technical specifications of the census topics and their breakdowns
Topic: Current activity status
"Current activity status" is the current relationship of a person to economic activity, based on a reference period of one week,which may be either a specified, recent, fixed, calendar week, or the last complete calendar week, or the last seven days priorto enumeration.
The "currently economically active population" comprises all persons who fulfil the requirements for inclusion among theemployed or the unemployed.
"Employed" persons comprise all persons aged 15 years or over who during the reference week:
(a) performed at least one hour of work for pay or profit, in cash or in kind, or
(b) were temporarily absent from a job in which they had already worked and to which they maintained a formal attachment, or from a self-employment activity.
Employees temporarily not at work shall be considered as in paid employment provided they had a formal job attachment.The possible reasons for such temporary absences are:
(a) illness or injury; or
(b) holiday or vacation; or
(c) strike or lock-out; or
(d) educational or training leave; or
(e) maternity or parental leave; or
(f) reduction in economic activity; or
(g) temporary disorganisation or suspension of work due to such reasons as bad weather, mechanical or electrical breakdown, or shortage of raw materials or fuels; or
(h) Other temporary absence with or without leave.
The formal job attachment shall be determined on the basis of one or more of the following criteria:
(a) a continued receipt of wage or salary; or
(b) an assurance of return to work following the end of the contingency, or an agreement as to the date of return; or
(c) the elapsed duration of absence from the job which, wherever relevant, may be that duration for which workers canreceive compensation benefits without obligations to accept other jobs.
Self-employed persons (excluding contributing family workers) shall be considered as "employed", if they have worked as suchduring the reference week or if they are temporarily absent from work and their enterprise meanwhile continues to exist.
Contributing family workers shall be considered as "employed", if they have worked as such during the reference week.
The "unemployed" comprise all persons aged 15 years or over who were:
(a) "without work", that is, were not in wage employment or self-employment during the reference week; and
(b) "currently available for work", that is, were available for wage employment or self-employment during the referenceweek and for two weeks after that; and
(c) "seeking work", that is, had taken specific steps to seek wage employment or self-employment within four weeks ending with the reference week.
The category "Currently not economically active" includes persons below the national minimum age for economic activity.
In ascribing a single activity status to each person, priority shall be given to the status of "employed" in preference to "unemployed", and to the status of "unemployed" in preference to "not economically active".
[表 Current activity status]
The breakdowns for "Current activity status" are designed to break down any total or subtotal referring to persons.
In ascribing a single activity status to each currently not economically active person, priority shall be given to the status of"Persons below the national minimum age for economic activity" in preference to "Pension or capital income recipients", tothe status of "Pension or capital income recipients" in preference to "Students (not economically active)", and of "Students (noteconomically active)" in preference to "Homemakers and others".
The category "Students (not economically active)" (CAS.H.2.3.) shall thus comprise secondary and tertiary students who:
— have attained the national minimum age for economic activity or above, and
— are not economically active, and
— are not recipients of a pension or of capital income.
REG 2009-1201
activity toy [Directive 2009-0048]   activity toy 【玩具指令 ← Directive 88/378/EEC】
safety of toys
[Article 3] Definitions
21. "activity toy" means a toy for domestic use in which the support structure remains stationary while the activity is taking place and which is intended for the performance by a child of any of the following activities: climbing, jumping, swinging, sliding, rocking, spinning, crawling and creeping, or any combination thereof;
Directive 2009-0048
activity unit (Kind-of-) [REG 1993-0696]   Kind-of-activity unit (KAU) statistical units for the observation and analysis of the production system [ANNEX] STATISTICAL UNITS OF THE PRODUCTION SYSTEM IN THE COMMUNITY
SECTION III Definitions of units and explanatory notes specific to each unit
D. Kind-of-activity unit (KAU)
The kind of activity unit (KAU) groups all the parts of an enterprise contributing to the performance of an activity at class level (four digits) of NACE Rev. 1 and corresponds to one or more operational subdivisions of the enterprise. The enterprise's information system must be capable of indicating or calculating for each KAU at least the value of production, intermediate consumption, manpower costs, the operating surplus and employment and gross fixed capital formation.
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REG 1993-0696
actor [REG 2013-0402]   actors common safety method for risk evaluation and assessment [Article 3] Definitions
(8) "actors" means all parties which are, directly or through contractual arrangements, involved in the application of this Regulation;
REG 2013-0402
actor (external) [REG 2012-1024]   external actors 【IMI Regulation】 Internal Market Information System [Article 5] Definitions
(i) "external actors" means natural or legal persons other than IMI users that may interact with IMI only through separate technical means and in accordance with a specific pre- defined workflow provided for that purpose;
REG 2012-1024
actor (IMI) [REG 2012-1024]   IMI actors 【IMI Regulation】 Internal Market Information System [Article 5] Definitions
(g) "IMI actors" means the competent authorities, IMI coordinators and the Commission;
REG 2012-1024
actor (society, civil) [REG 2014-0230]   civil society actors instrument contributing to stability and peace [Article 1] Subject-matter and objectives
3.
For the purposes of this Regulation, the term "civil society actors" includes non-governmental organisations, organisations representing indigenous peoples, local citizens' groups and traders' associations, cooperatives, trade unions, organisations representing economic and social interests, local organisations (including networks) involved in decentralised regional cooperation and integration, consumer organisations, women's and youth organisations, teaching, cultural, research and scientific organisations, universities, churches and religious associations and communities, the media and any non-governmental associations and private and public foundations likely to contribute to the development or to the external dimension of internal policies. Other bodies or actors not listed in this paragraph may be financed when necessary in order to achieve the objectives of this Regulation.
REG 2014-0230
actors   actors Rail risk evaluation and assessment 8. "actors" means all parties which are, directly or through contractual arrangements, involved in the application of this Regulation pursuant to Article 5(2); REG 2009-0352
actors in the supply chain [REG 2006-1907]   actors in the supply chain REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals) [Article 3 Definitions]
17. actors in the supply chain: means all manufacturers and/or importers and/or downstream users in a supply chain;
REG 2006-1907
actual 360 day count convention [Guide 2015-0510]   actual/360 day-count convention implementation of the Eurosystem monetary policy framework (General Documentation Guideline) [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "actual/360 day-count convention" means the convention applied in Eurosystem monetary policy operations which determines the actual number of calendar days included in the calculation of interest by using a 360-day year as the basis;
Guide 2015-0510
Actual alcoholic strength by mass [REG 2013-1308A2]   Actual alcoholic strength by mass common organisation of the markets in agricultural products [ANNEX II] DEFINITIONS REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 3(1)
PART IV : Definitions concerning the wine sector : Alcoholic strength
17. "Actual alcoholic strength by mass" means the number of kilograms of pure alcohol contained in 100 kilograms of product.
REG 2013-1308
Actual alcoholic strength by mass [REG 2008-0479]   Actual alcoholic strength by mass common organisation of the market in wine [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
Alcoholic strength
18. "Actual alcoholic strength by mass" shall mean the number of kilograms of pure alcohol contained in 100 kilograms of product.
REG 2008-0479
Actual alcoholic strength by volume [REG 2013-1308A2]   Actual alcoholic strength by volume common organisation of the markets in agricultural products [ANNEX II] DEFINITIONS REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 3(1)
PART IV : Definitions concerning the wine sector : Alcoholic strength
13. "Actual alcoholic strength by volume" means the number of volumes of pure alcohol contained at a temperature of 20 ℃ in 100 volumes of the product at that temperature
REG 2013-1308
Actual alcoholic strength by volume [REG 2014-0251A1]   Actual alcoholic strength by volume definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications of aromatised wine products [ANNEX I] TECHNICAL DEFINITIONS, REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS
(7) Alcoholic strength
"Alcoholic strength by volume" means the ratio of the volume of pure alcohol contained in the product in question at a temperature of 20 °C to the total volume of that product at the same temperature.
"Actual alcoholic strength by volume" means the number of volumes of pure alcohol contained at a temperature of 20 °C in 100 volumes of the product at that temperature.
"Potential alcoholic strength by volume" means the number of volumes of pure alcohol at a temperature of 20 °C capable of being produced by total fermentation of the sugars contained in 100 volumes of the product at the same temperature.
"Total alcoholic strength by volume" means the sum of the actual and potential alcoholic strengths by volume.
REG 2014-0251
actual alcoholic strength by volume [REG 1991-1601]   actual alcoholic strength by volume definition, description and presentation of aromatized wines, aromatized wine- based drinks and aromatized wine-product cocktails [Article 3] Subsidiary definitions
(e) "actual alcoholic strength by volume" shall mean: the number of volumes of pure alcohol at 20° C contained in 100 volumes of the product at the same temperature;
REG 1991-1601
Actual alcoholic strength by volume [REG 2008-0479]   Actual alcoholic strength by volume common organisation of the market in wine [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
Alcoholic strength
14. "Actual alcoholic strength by volume" shall mean the number of volumes of pure alcohol contained at a temperature of 20 oC in 100 volumes of the product at that temperature.
REG 2008-0479
Actual and imputed rentals [REG 2007-1445]   Actual and imputed rentals common rules for the provision of basic information on Purchasing Power Parities and for their calculation and dissemination [Article 3] Definitions
(g) "Actual and imputed rentals" shall have the meaning attributed to it in Commission Regulation (EC) No 1722/2005 (1).
REG 2007-1445
actual competitor [REG 2010-1217]   actual competitor certain categories of research and development agreements [Article 1] Definitions
1. (s) "actual competitor" means an undertaking that is supplying a product, technology or process capable of being improved, substituted or replaced by the contract product or the contract technology on the relevant geographic market;
REG 2010-1217
actual competitor [REG 2010-1218]   actual competitor certain categories of specialisation agreements [Article 1] Definitions
1. (m) "actual competitor" means an undertaking that is active on the same relevant market;
REG 2010-1218
actual cost [REG 2013-0391]   actual cost air navigation services [Article 2] Definitions
(12) "actual cost" means costs actually incurred in a year for the provision of air navigation services subject to a final audit;
REG 2013-0391
Actual Distribution [Directive 2006-0048A3]   Actual Distribution taking up and pursuit of the business of credit institutions [ANNEX III] THE TREATMENT OF COUNTERPARTY CREDIT RISK OF DERIVATIVE INSTRUMENTS, REPURCHASE TRANSACTIONS, SECURITIES ORCOMMODITIES LENDING OR BORROWING TRANSACTIONS, LONG SETTLEMENT TRANSACTIONS AND MARGIN LENDING TRANSACTIONS
PART 1 Definitions Distributions
17. "Actual Distribution" means a distribution of market values or exposures at a future time period where the distribution is calculated using historic or realised values such as volatilities calculated using past price or rate changes.
Directive 2006-0048
Actual government deficit and government debt level figures [REG 2009-0479]   Actual government deficit and government debt level figures Protocol on the excessive deficit procedure annexed to the Treaty [CHAPTER I] DEFINITIONS
[Article 2]
2. "Actual government deficit and government debt level figures" means estimated, provisional, half-finalised or final results for a past year. The planned data together with the actual data shall form a consistent time series as far as the definitions and concepts are concerned.
REG 2009-0479
actual landing time [REG 2013-0390A5]   actual landing time air navigation services and network functions [ANNEX V] LIST OF DATA TO BE PROVIDED FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS REGULATION
3.1. Definitions
(l) "actual landing time" means the date and time when the aircraft has landed (touch down);
REG 2013-0390
actual mass of the vehicle [REG 2012-1230]   actual mass of the vehicle type-approval requirements for masses and dimensions of motor vehicles and their trailers [Article 2] Definitions
(6) "actual mass of the vehicle" means the mass in running order plus the mass of the optional equipment fitted to an individual vehicle
REG 2012-1230
actual off block time [REG 2013-0390A5]   actual off-block time air navigation services and network functions [ANNEX V] LIST OF DATA TO BE PROVIDED FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS REGULATION
3.1. Definitions
(j) "actual off-block time" means the date and time the aircraft has vacated the parking position (pushed back or on its own power);
REG 2013-0390
actual on block time [REG 2013-0390A5]   actual on-block time air navigation services and network functions [ANNEX V] LIST OF DATA TO BE PROVIDED FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS REGULATION
3.1. Definitions
(n) "actual on-block time" means the date and time when the parking brakes have been engaged at the arrival stand;
REG 2013-0390
actual safety belt anchorage [REG 2014-0003]   actual safety belt anchorage vehicle functional safety requirements for the approval of two- or three-wheel vehicles and quadricycles [Article 2] Definitions
(100) "actual safety belt anchorage" means a point of the vehicle structure or the seat structure or any other part of the vehicle to which a safety belt assembly is to be physically mounted;
REG 2014-0003
Actual seat-back angle [Directive 1978-0317]   Actual seat-back angle defrosting and demisting systems of glazed surfaces of motor vehicles 2. DEFINITIONS
2.6. Actual seat-back angle (See Annex II).
[ANNEX II] PROCEDURE FOR DETERMINING THE H POINT AND THE ACTUAL SEAT-BACK ANGLE AND FOR VERIFYING THE RELATIVE POSITIONS OF THE R AND H POINTS AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE DESIGN SEAT-BACK ANGLE AND THE ACTUAL SEAT-BACK ANGLE
Annex III to Council Directive 77/649/EEC of 27 September 1977 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the field of vision of motor vehicle drivers [1] shall be applicable.
Directive 1978-0317
actual take off time [REG 2013-0390A5]   actual take off time air navigation services and network functions [ANNEX V] LIST OF DATA TO BE PROVIDED FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS REGULATION
3.1. Definitions
(k) "actual take off time" means the date and time that an aircraft has taken off from the runway (wheels-up);
REG 2013-0390
actual time of cancellation [REG 2013-0390A5]   actual time of cancellation air navigation services and network functions [ANNEX V] LIST OF DATA TO BE PROVIDED FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS REGULATION
3.1. Definitions
(x) "actual time of cancellation" means the actual date and time when an arrival or departure of a scheduled flight was cancelled.
REG 2013-0390
Actual torso angle [Directive 1978-0318A1]   Actual torso angle wiper and washer systems of motor vehicles [ANNEX I]
2. DEFINITIONS
2.4.Actual torso angle (See Annex II).
[ANNEX II] PROCEDURE FOR DETERMINING THE H POINT AND THE ACTUAL SEAT-BACK ANGLE AND FOR VERIFYING THE RELATIVE POSITIONS OF THE R AND H POINTS AND THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE DESIGN SEAT-BACK ANGLE AND THE ACTUAL SEAT-BACK ANGLE
Annex III to Council Directive 77/649/EEC shall be applicable
Directive 1978-0318
actual value [Directive 2009-0028]   actual value use of energy from renewable sources 【再生可能エネルギー指令 RED】 [Article 2 Definitions]
(m)"actual value" means the greenhouse gas emission saving for some or all of the steps of a specific biofuel production process calculated in accordance with the methodology laid down in part C of Annex V;
Directive 2009-0028
actuarial provisions [REG 1999-1617]   actuarial provisions minimum standards for the treatment of insurance in the Harmonized Index of Consumer Prices [Article 2] Definitions
4. "actuarial provisions": allocations by the insurance company to technical provisions against outstanding risks;
REG 1999-1617
actuator [REG 2014-0134]   actuator environmental and propulsion unit performance requirements [Article 2] Definitions
(27) "actuator" means a converter of an output signal from a control unit into motion, heat or other physical state in order to control the powertrain, engine(s) or drive train;
REG 2014-0134
Acute oral toxicity [REG 2008-0440B1bis]   Acute oral toxicity REACH test methods [ANNEX] PART B: METHODS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF TOXICITY AND OTHER HEALTH EFFECTS
B.1 bis. ACUTE ORAL TOXICITY — FIXED DOSE PROCEDURE 【注: A.xxx〜 B.xxx〜 等にも同様の定義部有り】
1.2. DEFINITIONS
Acute oral toxicity: refers to those adverse effects occurring following oral administration of a single dose of a substance or multiple doses given within 24 hours.
REG 2008-0440
acute reference dose [REG 2005-0396]   acute reference dose 【MRL規則】 maximum residue levels of pesticides in or on food and feed of plant and animal origin [Article 3 DefinitionsI]
(i) "acute reference dose" means the estimate of the amount of substance in food, expressed on a body weight basis, that can be ingested over a short period of time, usually during one day, without appreciable risk to the consumer on the basis of the data produced by appropriate studies and taking into account sensitive groups within the population (e.g. children and the unborn);
REG 2005-0396
Acute toxicity [REG 2008-1272]   Acute toxicity classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, [ANNEX I] 3. PART 3: HEALTH HAZARDS
3.1. Acute toxicity 3.1.1. Definitions
3.1.1.1. Acute toxicity means those adverse effects occurring following oral or dermal administration of a single dose of a substance or a mixture, or multiple doses given within 24 hours, or an inhalation exposure of 4 hours.
3.1.1.2. The hazard class Acute Toxicity is differentiated into:
— Acute oral toxicity;
— Acute dermal toxicity;
— Acute inhalation toxicity.
REG 2008-1272
ad hoc aid [COM 2014-C200-01]   ad hoc aid Guidelines on State aid for environmental protection and energy 1.3.Definitions (19) For the purposes of these Guidelines the following definitions apply:
(30)"ad hoc aid" means aid not granted on the basis of an aid scheme;
COM 2014-C200-01
ad hoc aid [Decision 2014-0301]   ad hoc aid procedural and substantive rules in the field of State aid 1.3. Definitions
(30) "ad hoc aid" means aid not granted on the basis of an aid scheme;
Decision 2014-0301
ad hoc aid [Guide 2013-C209-01]   ad hoc aid regional State aid 1.2. Definitions
20. (b) "ad hoc aid" means aid that is not awarded on the basis of a scheme;
Guide 2013-C209-01
ad hoc aid [Guide 2014-C204-01]   ad hoc aid State aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas 2.4.Definitions (35) For the purposes of these Guidelines:
19."ad hoc aid" means aid not granted on the basis of an aid scheme;
Guide 2014-C204-01
ad hoc aid [REG 2008-0800]   ad hoc aid General block exemption Regulation [Article 2] Definitions
4. "ad hoc aid" means individual aid not awarded on the basis of an aid scheme;
REG 2008-0800
ad hoc aid [REG 2014-0651]   ad hoc aid declaring certain categories of aid compatible with the internal market [Article 2] Definitions
(17) "ad hoc aid" means aid not granted on the basis of an aid scheme;
REG 2014-0651
ad hoc aid [REG 2014-0702]   ad hoc aid aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas [Article 2] Definitions
(13) "ad hoc aid" means aid not granted on the basis of an aid scheme;
REG 2014-0702
ad hoc train path [REG 2015-1100]   ad hoc train path reporting obligations in the framework of rail market monitoring [Article 2] Definitions
(p) "ad hoc train path" means a path allocated according to path request as referred to in Article 48 of Directive 2012/34/EU;
REG 2015-1100
ad valorem duty [REG 2014-0510]   ad valorem duty trade arrangements applicable to certain goods resulting from the processing of agricultural products [Article 2] Definitions
(h) "ad valorem duty" means the part of the import duty that is expressed as a percentage rate of the customs value;
REG 2014-0510
ADAPT (CLIMATE) [2012-IP-0309]   CLIMATE-ADAPT climate adaptation policy-making CLIMATE-ADAPT has been developed with the support of the European scientific and policy making community, and will help users to access, disseminate and integrate information on:
・Expected climate change in Europe
・The vulnerability of regions, countries and sectors now and in the future
・Information on national, regional and transnational adaptation activities and strategies
・Case studies of adaptation and potential future adaptation options
・Online tools that support adaptation planning
・Adaptation-related research projects, guideline documents, reports information sources, links, news & events.
European Climate Adaptation Platform:
 http://climate-adapt.eea.europa.eu
Adaptation to climate change:
 http://ec.europa.eu/clima/policies/adaptation/index_en.htm
2012-IP-0309
adaptability (self) [Directive 1988-0077A1]   self adaptability emission of gaseous pollutants from diesel engines for use in vehicles [ANNEX I]
2. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS
2.23. "self adaptability" means any engine device allowing the air/fuel ratio to be kept constant;
Directive 1988-0077
adaptability (self) [Directive 2005-0078A1]   self adaptability emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from compression-ignition engines for use in vehicles [Directive 2005/55/EC is amended as follows:]
"2. DEFINITIONS
"self adaptability" means any engine device allowing the air/fuel ratio to be kept constant;
Directive 2005-0078
adaptation (customer) [REG 2012-0064]   customer adaptation emissions from heavy duty vehicles (Euro VI) [Article 1] Regulation (EU) No 582/2011 is amended as follows:
(1) in Article 2, the following points (42), (43) and (44) are added:
(42) "customer adaptation" means any change to a vehicle, system, component or separate technical unit made at the specific request of a customer and subject to approval;
REG 2012-0064
adaptation period [Directive 2005-0036]   adaptation period recognition of professional qualifications 【Professional Qualifications Directive】 [Article 3] Definitions
1. (g) "adaptation period": the pursuit of a regulated profession in the host Member State under the responsibility of a qualified member of that profession, such period of supervised practice possibly being accompanied by further training. This period of supervised practice shall be the subject of an assessment. The detailed rules governing the adaptation period and its assessment as well as the status of a migrant under supervision shall be laid down by the competent authority in the host Member State.
The status enjoyed in the host Member State by the person undergoing the period of supervised practice, in particular in the matter of right of residence as well as obligations, social rights and benefits, allowances and remuneration, shall be established by the competent authorities in t hat Member State in accordance withapplicable Community law;
Directive 2005-0036
adaptation related support (climate change) [REG 2013-0525]   climate change adaptation-related support monitoring and reporting greenhouse gas emissions [Article 3] Definitions
(23) "climate change adaptation-related support" means support for activities in developing countries that are intended to reduce the vulnerability of human or natural systems to the impact of climate change and climate-related risks, by maintaining or increasing developing countries’ adaptive capacity and resilience;
REG 2013-0525
Adapted for use in war [2010-C069-0302]   Adapted for use in war Common military list [DEFINITIONS OF TERMS USED IN THIS LIST]
ML7 : ″Adapted for use in war″
Any modification or selection (such as altering purity, shelf life, virulence, dissemination characteristics, or resistance to UV radiation) designed to increase the effectiveness in producing casualties in humans or animals, degrading equipment ordamaging crops or the environment
2010-C069-03
Adapted for use in war [2011-C086-01]   Adapted for use in war Common military list DEFINITIONS OF TERMS USED IN THIS LIST
ML7 ″Adapted for use in war ″
Any modification or selection (such as altering purity, shelf life, virulence, dissemination characteristics, or resistance to UV radiation) designed to increase the effectiveness in producing casualties in humans or animals, degrading equipment or damaging crops or the environment.
2011-C086-01
adaptive start control (with) [REG 2015-1188A1]   with adaptive start control ecodesign requirements for local space heaters [ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for Annexes II to V
(24) "with adaptive start control" means the function which predicts and initiates the optimal start of heating up in order to reach the set-point temperature at the desired time;
REG 2015-1188
adaptor [REG 2016-0799a1c]   adaptor construction, testing, installation, operation and repair of tachographs [ANNEX I C] Requirements for construction, testing, installation, and inspection
1. DEFINITIONS
(yy) "adaptor" means: a device, providing a signal permanently representative of vehicle speed and/or distance travelled, other than the one used for the independent movement detection, and which is:
- installed and used only in M1 and N1 type vehicles (as defined in Annex II to Directive 2007/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council (1), as last amended) put into service since 1 May 2006,
- installed where it is not mechanically possible to install any other type of existing motion sensor which is otherwise compliant with the provisions of this Annex and its Appendixes 1 to 15,
- installed between the vehicle unit and where the speed/distance impulses are generated by integrated sensors or alternative interfaces,
- seen from a vehicle unit, the adaptor behaviour is the same as if a motion sensor, compliant with the provisions of this Annex and its Appendixes 1 to 16, was connected to the vehicle unit;
use of such an adaptor in those vehicles described above shall allow for the installation and correct use of a vehicle unit compliant with all the requirements of this Annex,
for those vehicles, the smart tachograph includes cables, an adaptor, and a vehicle unit;
REG 2016-0799
adaptor [REG 1985-3821A1B]   adaptor recording equipment in road transport [ANNEX I B] REQUIREMENTS FOR CONSTRUCTION, TESTING, INSTALLATION AND INSPECTION
I. DEFINITIONS
(rr) "adaptor" means: a part of the recording equipment, providing a signal permanently representative of vehicle speed and/or distance travelled, and which is:
— installed and used only in M1 and N1 type vehicles (as defined in Annex II to Council Directive 70/156/EEC) put into service for the first time between 1 May 2006 and 31 December 2013,
— installed where it is not mechanically possible to install any other type of existing motion sensor which is otherwise compliant with the provisions of this Annex and its Appendixes 1 to 11,
— installed between the vehicle unit and where the speed/distance impulses are generated by integrated sensors or alternative interfaces;
REG 1985-3821
adaptor [REG 1985-3821Ap12]   adaptor recording equipment in road transport [Appendix 12] ADAPTOR FOR M 1 AND N1 CATEGORY VEHICLES
2.1. Adaptor general description
ADA_001 The adaptor shall provide a connected VU with secured motion data permanently representative of vehicle speed and distance travelled. 【略】
ADA_002 【略】
2.2. Functions
ADA_003 The adaptor shall include the following functions: 【略】
2.3. Security
ADA_004 【略】
7.2. Functional certificate
ADA_038 A functional certificate of an adaptor or of recording equipment including an adaptor shall be delivered to the adaptor manufacturer only after all the following minimum functional tests have been successfully passed.
REG 1985-3821
added (value) [Convention (Decision 2013-0094)Ap1]   value added Convention on pan-Euro-Mediterranean preferential rules of origin [Appendix I] The definition of the concept of "originating products" and methods of administrative cooperation
TITLE I GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1 Definitions
(i) "value added" means the ex-works price minus the customs value of each of the materials incorporated which originate in the other Contracting Parties with which cumulation is applicable or, where the customs value is not known or cannot be ascertained, the first ascertainable price paid for the materials in the exporting Contracting Party;
Convention (Decision 2013-0094)
added (value) [Decision 2001-0822(2007-04-26)A3]   value added [Overseas Association Decision] [ANNEX III] CONCERNING THE DEFINITION OF THE CONCEPT OF "ORIGINATING PRODUCTS" AND METHODS OF ADMINISTRATIVE COOPERATIO
[TITLE I] GENERAL PROVISIONS [Article 1] Definition
(i) "value added" shall be taken to be the ex-works price minus the customs value of third-country materials imported into the Community, the ACP States or the OCT;
Decision 2001-0822(2007-04-26)
added (value, gross) [Directive 2003-0087 Guide 2012-C158-04A1]   GVA (gross value added) greenhouse gas emission allowance trading 【温室効果ガス排出権取引】 [ANNEX I] Definitions
"gross value added (GVA)" means gross value added at factor costs, which is the value of output less the value of intermediate consumption. It is a measure of the contribution to GDP made by an individual producer, industry or sector. GVA at factor cost is GVA at market prices less any indirect taxes plus any subsidies. Value added at factor cost can be calculated from turnover, plus capitalised production, plus other operating income, plus or minus changes in stocks, minus purchases of goods and services, minus other taxes on products that are linked to turnover but not deductible, minus duties and taxes linked to production. Alternatively, it can be calculated from gross operating surplus by adding personnel costs. Income and expenditure classified as financial or extraordinary in company accounts is excluded from value added. Value added at factor costs is calculated at gross level, as value adjustments (such as depreciation) are not subtracted ( 1 ),
Directive 2003-0087 Guide 2012-C158-04
added capacity [Decision 2011-0278]   added capacity greenhouse gas emission allowance trading [Article 3] Definitions
(l) "added capacity" means the difference between the initial installed capacity of a sub-installation and the installed capacity of that same sub-installation after having had a significant extension determined on the basis of the average of the 2 highest monthly production volumes within the first 6 months following the start of changed operation;
Decision 2011-0278
added substance (non-intentionally) [REG 2011-0010]   non-intentionally added substance plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food [Article 3] Definitions
(9) "non-intentionally added substance" means an impurity in the substances used or a reaction intermediate formed during the production process or a decomposition or reaction product;
REG 2011-0010
added value [REG 2007-01528A2(2008-12-09)]   added value arrangements for products originating in certain states which are part of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) Group of States [TITLE I] GENERAL PROVISIONS [Article 1] Definitions
(i) "added value" shall mean the ex-works price minus the customs value of materials imported into either the Community or the ACP States;
REG 2007-01528(2008-12-09)
added value [REG 2007-1528A(2008-12-09)]   added value Economic Partnership Agreements [ANNEX II] Rules of origin TITLE I : GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1 : Definitions
(i) "added value" shall mean the ex-works price minus the customs value of materials imported into either the Community or the ACP States;
REG 2007-1528(2008-12-09)
added value (European) [REG 2013-1315]   European added value trans-European transport network [Article 3] Definitions
(d) "European added value" means the value of a project which, in addition to the potential value for the respective Member State alone, leads to a significant improvement of either transport connections or transport flows between the Member States which can be demonstrated by reference to improvements in efficiency, sustainability, competitiveness or cohesion, in line with the objectives set out in Article 4;
REG 2013-1315
addendum (RED) [Decision 2014-0324]   RED[再生可能エネルギー指令] addendum Gafta Trade Assurance Scheme [Article 1]
The "Gafta Trade Assurance Scheme" including the "RED[再生可能エネルギー指令] addendum" (hereinafter "the scheme"), submitted for recognition to the Commission 18 February 2014, demonstrates that consignments of biofuels comply with the sustainability criteria as laid down in Article 17(3), (4) and (5) of Directive 2009/28/EC and Article 7b(3), (4) and (5) of Directive 98/70/EC.
Decision 2014-0324
Adder (Functional) [Agreement Decision 2013-0107ACIII]   Functional Adder energy-efficiency labelling programmes for office equipment (対 U.S.A.) [ANNEX C] COMMON SPECIFICATIONS
III. IMAGING EQUIPMENT SPECIFICATIONS
A. Definitions
33. Functional Adder — A functional adder is a standard product feature that adds functionality to the base marking engine of an imaging equipment product. The Operational Mode portion of these specifications contains additional power allowances for certain functional adders. Examples of functional adders include wireless interfaces and scanning capability.
Agreement Decision 2013-0107
addictiveness [Directive 2014-0040]   addictiveness 【新・煙草製品指令】
manufacture, presentation and sale of tobacco products
[Article 2] Definitions
(26) "addictiveness" means the pharmacological potential of a substance to cause addiction, a state which affects an individual's ability to control his or her behaviour, typically by instilling a reward or a relief from withdrawal symptoms, or both;
Directive 2014-0040
adding alcohol [REG 1991-1601]   adding alcohol definition, description and presentation of aromatized wines, aromatized wine- based drinks and aromatized wine-product cocktails [Article 3] Subsidiary definitions
(d) "adding alcohol" shall mean: using one or more of the following products in the preparation of aromatized wines and, where appropriate, aromatized wine-based drinks:
— ethyl alcohol of viticultural origin,
— wine alcohol or dried grape alcohol,
— ethyl alcohol of agricultural origin,
— wine distillate or dried grape distillate,
— distillate of agricultural origin,
— wine spirit or grape-marc spirit,
— dried grape spirit,
which comply with the characteristics laid down by Community provisions, in particular, the characteristics of ethyl alcohol must comply with those set out in Annex I;
REG 1991-1601
addition (Authorised) [Directive 2001-0114A1(2007-10-07)]   Authorised additions and raw materials partly or wholly dehydrated preserved milk for human consumption [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS OF PRODUCTS AND PRODUCT NAMES
4. Authorised additions and raw materials
(a) Vitamins and minerals in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1925/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 of December 2006, on the addition of vitamins and minerals and of certain other substances to foods (2).
(b) Authorised raw materials for protein adjustment purposes referred to in point 3(c) shall be as follows:
(i) Milk retentate
Milk retentate is the product obtained by concentrating milk protein by ultra filtration of milk, partly skimmed milk, or skimmed milk;
(ii) Milk permeate
Milk permeate is the product obtained by removing milk proteins and milk fat from milk, partly skimmed milk, or skimmed milk by ultra filtration; and
(iii) Lactose
Lactose is a natural constituent of milk normally obtained from whey with an anhydrous lactose content of not less than 99,0 % m/m on a dry basis. It may be anhydrous or contain one molecule of water of crystallisation or be a mixture of both forms.
Directive 2001-0114(2007-10-07)
addition of alcohol [REG 1994-0122]   addition of alcohol definition, description and presentation of aromatized wines, aromatized wine-based drinks, and aromatized wine-product cocktails [Article 2]
The addition of alcohol is hereby authorized for the following products:
- a sweetened, aromatized wine-based drink, obtained from white wine, to which dried grape distillate has been added and which has been flavoured exclusively by cardamom extract,
- aromatized wine-based drinks obtained from red wine which have been sweetened and to which flavouring preparations, as defined in Article 1 (2) (c) of Directive 88/388/EEC have been added. These preparations shall be obtained exclusively from spices, ginseng, nuts, citrus fruit essences and aromatic herbs.
REG 1994-0122
Addition of alcohol [REG 2014-0251A1]   Addition of alcohol definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications of aromatised wine products [ANNEX I] TECHNICAL DEFINITIONS, REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS
(3) Addition of alcohol
The following products are authorised for the preparation of some aromatised wines and, some aromatised wine- based drinks:
(a) ethyl alcohol of agricultural origin, as defined in Annex I, point 1, to Regulation (EC) No 110/2008, including viticultural origin;
(b) wine alcohol or dried grape alcohol;
(c) wine distillate or dried grape distillate;
(d) distillate of agricultural origin, as defined in Annex I, point 2, to Regulation (EC) No 110/2008;
(e) wine spirit, as defined in Annex II, point 4, to Regulation (EC) No 110/2008;
(f) grape-marc spirit, as defined in Annex II, point 6, to Regulation (EC) No 110/2008;
(g) spirit drinks distilled from fermented dried grapes.
The ethyl alcohol used to dilute or dissolve colorants, flavourings or any other authorised additives used in the preparation of aromatised wine products must be of agricultural origin and must be used in the dose strictly necessary and is not considered as addition of alcohol for the purpose of production of an aromatised wine product.
REG 2014-0251
addition of alcohol (Fresh grape must with fermentation arrested by the) [REG 1999-1493A1]   Fresh grape must with fermentation arrested by the addition of alcohol common organisation of the market in wine [ANNEX I] PRODUCT DEFINITIONS
5. Fresh grape must with fermentation arrested by the addition of alcohol: a product which:
- has an actual alcoholic strength by volume of not less than 12 % vol. but less than 15 % vol., and
- is obtained by addition to unfermented grape must having a natural alcoholic strength by volume of not less than 8,5 % vol. and derived exclusively from vine varieties referred to in Article 42(5):
- either of neutral alcohol of vinous origin, including alcohol obtained from the distillation of dried grapes, having an actual alcoholic strength by volume of not less than 95 % vol.,
- or of an unrectified product derived from the distillation of wine and having an actual alcoholic strength by volume of not less than 52 % vol. and not more than 80 % vol.
REG 1999-1493
addition of alcohol [REG 1989-1576]   addition of alcohol definition, description and presentation of spirit drinks [Article 1]
3. Preliminary definitions
(c) addition of alcohol: adding ethyl alcohol of agricultural origin to a spirit drink;
REG 1989-1576
Addition of alcohol [REG 2008-0110A1]   Addition of alcohol definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications of spirit drinks [ANNEX I TECHNICAL DEFINITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS]
(5) Addition of alcohol
Addition of alcohol means the addition of ethyl alcohol of agricultural origin and/or distillates of agricultural origin to a spirit drink.
REG 2008-0110
addition of carbon dioxide [REG 2014-0251A1]   addition of carbon dioxide definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications of aromatised wine products [ANNEX I] TECHNICAL DEFINITIONS, REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS
(6) For the preparation of aromatised wine products, the addition of carbon dioxide is authorised.
REG 2014-0251
Addition of edible substance [Directive 2000-0036A1(2008-12-21)]   Additions of edible substances cocoa and chocolate products intended for human consumption [ANNEX I] SALES NAMES, DEFINITIONS AND CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PRODUCTS
B. OPTIONAL AUTHORISED INGREDIENTS
Additions of edible substances
1. Without prejudice to Article 2 and Section B(2), other edible substances may also be added to the chocolate products defined in Section A(3), (4), (5), (6), (8) and (9).
However, the addition:
- of animal fats and their preparations not deriving solely from milk shall be prohibited,
- of flours, granular or powdered starch shall only be authorised where the addition is in accordance with the definitions laid down in Section A(8) and (9).
The quantity of those edible substances added may not exceed 40 % of the total weight of the finished product.
2. Only those flavourings which do not mimic the taste of chocolate or of milk fat may be added to the products defined in Section A(2), (3), (4), (5), (6), (8) and (9).
Directive 2000-0036(2008-12-21)
Addition of water [REG 2014-0251A1]   Addition of water definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications of aromatised wine products [ANNEX I] TECHNICAL DEFINITIONS, REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS
(5) Addition of water
For the preparation of aromatised wine products, the addition of water is authorised provided that it is used in the dose necessary:
— to prepare flavouring essence,
— to dissolve colorants and sweeteners,
— to adjust the final composition of the product.
The quality of the water added has to be in conformity with Directive 2009/54/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council ( 1 ) and Council Directive 98/83/EC ( 2 ), and it should not change the nature of the product.
This water may be distilled, demineralised, permuted or softened.
REG 2014-0251
Addition of water [REG 2008-0110A1]   Addition of water definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications of spirit drinks [ANNEX I TECHNICAL DEFINITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS]
(6) Addition of water
In the preparation of spirit drinks, the addition of water shall be authorised, provided that the quality of the water is in conformity with Council Directive 80/777/EEC of 15 July 1980 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the exploitation and marketing of natural mineral waters (1) and Council Directive 98/83/EC of 3 November 1998 on the quality of water intended for human consumption (2), and that the water added does not change the nature of the product. This water may be distilled, demineralised, permuted or softened.
REG 2008-0110
additional data [Decision 2007-0533]   additional data SIS II (second generation Schengen Information System) [Article 3] Definitions
1. (c) "additional data" means the data stored in SIS II and connected with SIS II alerts which are to be immediately available to the competent authorities where a person in respect of whom data has been entered in SIS II is located as a result of searches made therein;
Decision 2007-0533
additional data [REG 2006-1987]   additional data SIS II (second generation Schengen Information System) [Article 3] Definitions
(c) "additional data" means the data stored in SIS II and connected with SIS II alerts which are to be immediately available to the competent authorities where a person in respect of whom data has been entered in SIS II is located as a result of searches made therein;
REG 2006-1987
additional duty on sugar and flour [REG 2014-0510]   additional duties on sugar and flour trade arrangements applicable to certain goods resulting from the processing of agricultural products [Article 2] Definitions
(g) "additional duties on sugar and flour" means the additional duty on sugar (AD S/Z) and the additional duty on flour (AD F/M) referred to in point B.6 of Section 1 of Part One, of Annex I to Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87 and laid down in Table 2 of Annex 1 of Section I of Part Three of Annex I to that Regulation;
REG 2014-0510
Additional Internal Storage [REG 2013-0617A1]   Additional Internal Storage 【コンピュータエコデザイン規則】
ecodesign requirements for computers and computer servers
[ANNEX I] Definitions applicable for the purposes of the Annexes
6. "Additional Internal Storage" means any and all internal storage devices, including hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) and hybrid hard drives (HHD), included within a computer beyond the first;
REG 2013-0617
additional measure (projection with) [REG 2013-0525]   projections with additional measures monitoring and reporting greenhouse gas emissions [Article 3] Definitions
(20) "projections with additional measures" means projections of anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions by sources and removals by sinks that encompass the effects, in terms of greenhouse gas emissions reductions, of policies and measures which have been adopted and implemented to mitigate climate change as well as policies and measures which are planned for that purpose;
REG 2013-0525
additional non ventilation component (pressure drop of, internal) [REG 2014-1253A1p2]   Δp s,add (internal pressure drop of additional non-ventilation components) ecodesign requirements for ventilation units [ANNEX I] Definitions 2. Definitions for NRVU, in addition to the definitions in Annex I Part 1:
(10) "internal pressure drop of additional non-ventilation components (Δps,add)" (expressed in Pa) means the remainder of the sum of all internal static pressure drops at nominal flow rate and nominal external pressure after subtraction of the internal pressure drop of ventilation components (Δps,int);
REG 2014-1253
additional priority indicator [REG 2013-0525A3]   additional priority indicators monitoring and reporting greenhouse gas emissions [ANNEX III] LIST OF ANNUAL INDICATORS
Table 2: list of additional priority indicators
[表] No / Nomenclature in Eurostat energy efficiency indicators / Indicator / Numerator/denominator / Guidance/definitions (2 )
1 / TRANSPORT D0 / CO2 emissions from freight transport on road, kt, Freight transport on road, Mtkm / ・・・
2 / INDUSTRY A1.1 / Total CO2 intensity — iron and steel industry, t/million euro / Total CO2 emissions from iron and steel, kt, Gross value-added — iron and steel industry, billion euro (EC95) / ・・・
3 / INDUSTRY A1.2 / Energy-related CO2 intensity — chemical industry, t/million euro / Energy-related CO2 emissions chemical industries, kt, Gross value-added chemical industry, billion euro (EC95) / ・・・
4 / INDUSTRY A1.3 / Energy-related CO2 intensity — glass, pottery and building materials industry, t/million euro / Energy-related CO2 emissions glass, pottery and building materials, kt, Gross value-added — glass, pottery and buildings materials industry, billion euro (EC95) / ・・・
5 / INDUSTRY C0.1 / Specific CO2 emissions of iron and steel industry, t/t / Total CO2 emissions from iron and steel, kt, Production of oxygen steel, kt / ・・・
6 / INDUSTRY C0.2 / Specific energy-related CO2 emissions of cement industry, t/t / Energy-related CO2 emissions from glass, pottery and building materials, kt, Cement production, kt / ・・・
REG 2013-0525
additional sign [Directive 1977-0576]   additional sign safety signs at places of work [Article 2]
(j) additional sign means a safety sign used only in conjunction with one of the safety signs referred to in points (e) to (h) and providing additional information;
Directive 1977-0576
Additional sound emission provision [Posit 2014-0003]   ASEP (Additional sound emission provisions) sound level of motor vehicles and of replacement silencing systems [Article 6] Additional sound emission provisions (ASEP)
1. This Article shall apply to vehicles of categories M 1 and N 1 equipped with an internal combustion engine fitted with original equipment manufacturer silencing systems, as well as to replacement silencing systems intended for such categories of vehicles in accordance with Annex IX.
2. Vehicles and replacement silencing systems shall meet the requirements of Annex VII.
3. Vehicles and replacement silencing systems shall be deemed to comply with ・・・
Posit 2014-0003
Additional sound emission provision [REG 2014-0540]   ASEP (Additional sound emission provisions) sound level of motor vehicles and of replacement silencing systems [Article 6] Additional sound emission provisions (ASEP)
1.This Article shall apply to vehicles of categories M1 and N1 equipped with an internal combustion engine fitted with original equipment manufacturer silencing systems, as well as to replacement silencing systems intended for such categories of vehicles in accordance with Annex IX.
2.Vehicles and replacement silencing systems shall meet the requirements of Annex VII.
3.Vehicles and replacement silencing systems shall be deemed to ・・・
REG 2014-0540
additional substance [2012-MEMO-0059]   additional substances Priority Substances in the field of water quality What are the additional substances used for and why are they of concern?
17 alpha-ethinylestradiol (EE2) / 17 beta-estradiol (E2) / Aclonifen / Bifenox / Cybutryne (Irgarol®) / Cypermethrin / Dichlorvos / Diclofenac / Dicofol / Dioxins (and dioxin-like PCBs) / HBCDD / Heptachlor/Heptachlor epoxide / PFOS / Quinoxyfen / Terbutryn
2012-MEMO-0059
Additional Tier 1 instrument [Directive 2014-0059]   Additional Tier 1 instruments recovery and resolution of credit institutions and investment firms [Article 2] Definitions
1. (69) "Additional Tier 1 instruments" means capital instruments that meet the conditions laid down in Article 52(1) of Regulation (EU) No 575/2013;
Directive 2014-0059
Additional Tier 1 instrument [REG 2014-0806]   Additional Tier 1 instruments resolution of credit institutions and certain investment firms in the framework of a Single Resolution Mechanism and a Single Resolution Fund [Article 3] Definitions
1. (46) "Additional Tier 1 instruments" means capital instruments that meet the conditions laid down in Article 52(1) of Regulation (EU) No 575/2013;
REG 2014-0806
additional Tier 1 own fund insurance item [REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11]   additional Tier 1 own-fund insurance items 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (103) "additional Tier 1 own-fund insurance items" means basic own-fund items of undertakings subject to the requirements of Directive 2009/138/EC where those items are classified in Tier 1 within the meaning of Directive 2009/138/EC in accordance with Article 94(1) of that Directive and the inclusion of those items is limited by the delegated acts adopted in accordance with Article 99 of that Directive;
REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11
additional Tier 1 own fund insurance item [REG 2013-0575]   additional Tier 1 own-fund insurance items 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (103) "additional Tier 1 own-fund insurance items" means basic own-fund items of undertakings subject to the requirements of Directive 2009/138/EC where those items are classified in Tier 1 within the meaning of Directive 2009/138/EC in accordance with Article 94(1) of that Directive and the inclusion of those items is limited by the delegated acts adopted in accordance with Article 99 of that Directive;
REG 2013-0575
Additional Valuation Adjustment [REG 2016-0101]   AVAs (Additional Valuation Adjustments) 【CRR】 prudent valuation under [Article 1] Methodology for calculating Additional Valuation Adjustments (AVAs)
Institutions shall calculate the total additional valuation adjustments ("AVAs") necessary to adjust the fair values to the prudent value and shall calculate those AVAs quarterly according to the method provided in Chapter 3, unless they meet the conditions for applying the method provided in Chapter 2.
REG 2016-0101
additionality [REG 2015-1017]   additionality European Fund for Strategic Investments [Article 2] Definitions
(8) "additionality" means additionality as defined in Article 5(1).
REG 2015-1017
additive [Directive 2009-0119]   additives maintain minimum stocks of crude oil and/or petroleum products [Article 2] Definitions
(b) "additives" means non-hydrocarbon compounds added to or blended with a product to modify its properties;
Directive 2009-0119
additive [Directive 2014-0040]   additive 【新・煙草製品指令】
manufacture, presentation and sale of tobacco products
[Article 2] Definitions
(23) "additive" means a substance, other than tobacco, that is added to a tobacco product, a unit packet or to any outside packaging;
Directive 2014-0040
additive (feed) [REG 2005-0183]   feed additives requirements for feed hygiene [Article 3] Definitions
(c) "feed additives" means substances or micro-organisms authorised under Regulation (EC) No 1831/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 September 2003 on additives for use in animal nutrition;
REG 2005-0183
additive (food) [2013-MEMO-0480]   food additives Food Additives ・What are food additives?
 Additives are substances used for a variety of reasons - such as preservation, colouring, sweetening, etc. - during the preparation of food.
 EU legislation defines them as "any substance not normally consumed as a food in itself and not normally used as a characteristic ingredient of food, whether or not it has nutritive value, the intentional addition of which to food for a technological purpose in the manufacture, processing, preparation, treatment, packaging, transport or storage of such food results, or may be reasonably expected to result, in it or its by-products becoming directly or indirectly a component of such foods."
2013-MEMO-0480
additive (food) [2011-MEMO-0783]   food additive Food Additives ・What are food additives?
 Additives are substances used for a variety of reasons -such as preservation, colouring, sweetening, etc.- during the preparation of food. The European Union legislation defines them as "any substance not normally consumed as a food in itself and not normally used as a characteristic ingredient of food, whether or not it has nutritive value, the intentional addition of which to food for a technological purpose in the manufacture, processing, preparation, treatment, packaging, transport or storage of such food results, or may be reasonably expected to result, in it or its by-products becoming directly or indirectly a component of such foods."
2011-MEMO-0783
additive (food) [REG 2008-1333]   food additive 【food additives】 [Article 3] Definitions 2.
(a) "food additive" shall mean any substance not normally consumed as a food in itself and not normally used as a characteristic ingredient of food, whether or not it has nutritive value, the intentional addition of which to food for a technological purpose in the manufacture, processing, preparation, treatment, packaging, transport or storage of such food results, or may be reasonably expected to result, in it or its by-products becoming directly or indirectly a component of such foods;
The following are not considered to be food additives:
(i) monosaccharides, disaccharides or oligosaccharides and foods containing these substances used for their sweetening properties;
(ii) foods, whether dried or in concentrated form, including flavourings incorporated during the manufacturing of compound foods, because of their aromatic, sapid or nutritive properties together with a secondary colouring effect;
(iii) substances used in covering or coating materials, which do not form part of foods and are not intended to be consumed together with those foods;
(iv) products containing pectin and derived from dried apple pomace or peel of citrus fruits or quinces, or from a mixture of them, by the action of dilute acid followed by partial neutralisation with sodium or potassium salts (liquid pectin);
(v) chewing gum bases;
(vi) white or yellow dextrin, roasted or dextrinated starch, starch modified by acid or alkali treatment, bleached starch, physically modified starch and starch treated by amylolitic enzymes;
(vii) ammonium chloride;
(viii) blood plasma, edible gelatin, protein hydrolysates and their salts, milk protein and gluten;
(ix) amino acids and their salts other than glutamic acid, glycine, cysteine and cystine and their salts having no technological function;
(x) caseinates and casein;
(xi) inulin;
REG 2008-1333
additive (food) [REG 2011-1169]   food additive food information to consumers [Article 2] Definitions
1. (d) the definitions of "food additive", "processing aid" and "carrier" in points (a) and (b) of Article 3(2) of, and in point 5 of Annex I to, Regulation (EC) No 1333/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 December 2008 on food additives ( 4 );
REG 2011-1169
additive (food, approved) [REG 2010-0257]   approved food additive re-evaluation of approved food additives [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "approved food additive" means a food additive authorised before 20 January 2009 and listed in Directive 94/35/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 June 1994 on sweeteners for use in foodstuffs ( 1 ), Directive 94/36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 June 1994 on colours for use in foodstuffs ( 2 ) or in Directive 95/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 February 1995 on food additives other than colours and sweeteners ( 3 );
REG 2010-0257
additive [Decision 2005-0360]   additive eco-label to lubricants [Article 2]
(e) "additive" means a substance whose primary functions are the improvement of the flow, ageing, lubricity, anti-wear properties or of contaminant suspension;
Decision 2005-0360
additive [Decision 2011-0381]   additive Ecolabel to lubricants [Article 2]
(6) "additive" means a substance or mixture whose primary functions are the improvement of the flow, ageing, lubricity, anti-wear properties or of contaminant suspension;
Decision 2011-0381
additive [REG 2011-0010]   additive plastic materials and articles intended to come into contact with food [Article 3] Definitions
(7) "additive" means a substance which is intentionally added to plastics to achieve a physical or chemical effect during processing of the plastic or in the final material or article; it is intended to be present in the final material or article;
REG 2011-0010
Additive [REG 2013-0147AB]   Additives/Oxygenates monthly and annual energy statistics [Regulation (EC) No 1099/2008 ANNEX B : ANNUAL ENERGY STATISTICS]
4. OIL AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS 4.1. Applicable energy products
4. Additives/Oxygenates
Additives are non-hydrocarbon compounds added to or blended with a product to modify fuel properties (octane, cetane, cold properties, etc.):
- oxygenates, such as alcohols (methanol, ethanol), ethers (such as MTBE (methyl tertiary butyl ether), ETBE (ethyl tertiary butyl ether), TAME (tertiary amyl methyl ether));
- esters (e.g. rapeseed oil or dimethylester, etc.);
- chemical compounds (such as TML, TEL and detergents).
Note: Quantities of additives/oxygenates (alcohols, ethers, esters and other chemical compounds) reported in this category should relate to the quantities destined for blending with fuels or for fuel use.
REG 2013-0147
additive solution (buffy coat removed, in, Red cells) [Directive 2004-0033A1]   Red cells, buffy coat removed, in additive solution technical requirements for blood and blood components [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
14. "Red cells, buffy coat removed, in additive solution" means the red cells from a single whole blood donation, with a large proportion of the plasma from the donation removed. The buffy coat, containing a large proportion of the platelets and leucocytes in the donated unit, is removed. A nutrient/preservative solution is added.
Directive 2004-0033
additive solution (leucocyte-depleted, in, Red cells) [Directive 2004-0033A1]   Red cells, leucocyte-depleted, in additive solution technical requirements for blood and blood components [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
16. "Red cells, leucocyte-depleted, in additive solution" means the red cells from a single whole blood donation, with a large proportion of the plasma from the donation removed, and from which leucocytes are removed. A nutrient /preservative solution is added.
Directive 2004-0033
additive solution (Red cells in) [Directive 2004-0033A1]   Red cells in additive solution technical requirements for blood and blood components [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
12. "Red cells in additive solution" means the red cells from a single whole blood donation, with a large proportion of the plasma from the donation removed. A nutrient/preservative solution is added.
Directive 2004-0033
Additive solution [Directive 2004-0033A1]   Additive solution technical requirements for blood and blood components [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
13. "Additive solution" means a solution specifically formulated to maintain beneficial properties of cellular components during
Directive 2004-0033
Additives [REG 2014-0251A1]   Additives and colouring definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications of aromatised wine products [ANNEX I] TECHNICAL DEFINITIONS, REQUIREMENTS AND RESTRICTIONS
(4) Additives and colouring
The rules on food additives, including colours, laid down in Regulation (EC) No 1333/2008 apply to aromatised wine products.
REG 2014-0251
additives (feed) [REG 1991-2092]   feed additives organic production of agricultural products and indications referring thereto on agricultural products and foodstuffs [Definitions Article 4]
20. "feed additives" shall mean products as defined in Article 2(a) of Council Directive 70/524/EEC of 23 November 1970 concerning additives in feedingstuffs (7);
REG 1991-2092
additives (food) [REG 1991-2092A6]   food additives organic production of agricultural products and indications referring thereto on agricultural products and foodstuffs [ANNEX VI] INTRODUCTION
5. food additives: substances as defined in Article 1 (1) and (2) of Directive 89/107/EEC and covered by that Directive or by a comprenhensive Directive as referred to in Article 3 (1) of Directive 89/107/EEC;
REG 1991-2092
additives (food) [REG 2010-0257A2]   food additives re-evaluation of approved food additives [ANNEX II] Specific priorities for certain food additives within the functional classes of food additives as referred to in Article 3(1) and (2)
PART II: FOOD ADDITIVES OTHER THAN COLOURS AND SWEETENERS
Within the overall deadline of 31.12.2018 set for the re-evaluation of food additives other than colours and sweeteners in Article 3(1), the following specific deadlines are set for certain food additives and groups of food additives:
1. Preservatives and antioxidants E 200-203; E 210-215, E 218-252, E 280-285; E 300-E 321 and E 586 shall be evaluated by 31.12.2015
with higher priority within this group on:
E 310-312 Gallates
E 320 Butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA)
【以下略】
2. Emulsifiers, stabilisers, gelling agents E 322, E 400-E 419; E 422-E 495; E 1401-E 1451 shall be evaluated by 31.12.2016
With higher priority within this group on:
E 483 Stearyl tartrate
【以下略】
3. E 551 Silicon dioxide, E 620-625 Glutamates, E 1105 Lysozyme and E 1103 Invertase shall be evaluated by 31.12.2016
4. The remaining food additives other than colours and sweeteners shall be evaluated by 31.12.2018
With higher priority on
E 552 Calcium silicate
【以下略】
REG 2010-0257
Additives (Food, Joint Expert Committee on) [Directive 2010-0067]   Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) specific purity criteria on food additives other than colours and sweeteners Whereas:
(4) The entry related to carbon dioxide (E 290) should be revised with respect to the concentration level of "oil content" to take into account Codex Alimentarius specifications drafted by the Joint Expert Committee on Food Additives (JECFA) and the documents of the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) (e.g. ISO 6141).
Directive 2010-0067
Additives [2010-C069-0302]   Additives Common military list [DEFINITIONS OF TERMS USED IN THIS LIST]
ML8 : ″Additives″
Substances used in explosive formulations to improve their properties.
2010-C069-03
Additives [2011-C086-01]   Additives Common military list DEFINITIONS OF TERMS USED IN THIS LIST
ML8 ″Additives ″
Substances used in explosive formulations to improve their properties.
2011-C086-01
Additives [Directive 1970-0524]   Additives additives in feeding-stuffs [Article 2]
(a) Additives: substances or preparations used in animal nutrition in order to:
- affect favourably the characteristics of feed materials or of compound feedingstuffs or of animal products; or
- satisfy the nutritional needs of animals or improve animal production, in particular by affecting the gastrointestinal flora or the digestibility of feedingstuffs; or
- introduce intro nutrition elementsconducive to attaining particular nutritional objectivesor to meeting the specific nutritional needs of animals at a particular time; or
- prevent or reduce the harmful effectscaus ed by animal excretionsor improve the animal environment;
Directive 1970-0524
additives [Directive 2002-0032]   additives undesirable substances in animal feed - Council statement [Article 2]
(c) "additives" shall mean additives as defined in Article 2(a) of Council Directive 70/524/EEC;
Directive 2002-0032
additives are substance (…) other than feed material (Feed) [RECOM 2011-0025A]   Feed additives are substances (…) other than feed material guidelines for the distinction between feed materials, feed additives, biocidal products and veterinary medicinal products [ANNEX] GUIDELINES FOR THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN FEED MATERIALS, FEED ADDITIVES AND OTHER PRODUCTS
1. Feed legislation
1.2. Consequences for the distinction between feed materials and feed additives
- "Feed additives are substances (…) other than feed material": A product cannot be a feed material and a feed additive at the same time,
RECOM 2011-0025
address (aircraft) [REG 2012-0923]   aircraft address common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
19. "aircraft address" means a unique combination of 24 bits available for assignment to an aircraft for the purpose of air-ground communications, navigation and surveillance;
REG 2012-0923
address [Directive 2002-0059]   address vessel traffic monitoring and information system [Article 3 Definitions]
(j) "address" means the name and the communication links whereby contact may, where necessary, be made with the operator, agent, port authority, competent authority or any other authorised person or body in possession of detailed information regarding the ship's cargo;
Directive 2002-0059
address [REG 2009 0607]   address protected designations of origin and geographical indications, traditional terms, labelling and presentation of certain wine sector products [Article 56]
1.(f) "address" means the indications of the local administrative area and the Member State in which the head office of the bottler, producer, vendor or importer is situated.
REG 2009 0607
addressable BIC holder [Decision 2007-0601A]   addressable BIC holder TARGET2-ECB [ANNEX] TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF TARGET2-ECB [TITLE I] GENERAL PROVISIONS [Article 1] Definitions
"addressable BIC holder" means an entity which: (a) holds a Bank Identifier Code (BIC); (b) is not recognised as anindirect participant; and (c) is a correspondent or customer of a direct participant or a branch of a direct or indirectparticipant, and is able to submit payment orders to and receive payments from a TARGET2 component system viathe direct participant,
Decision 2007-0601
addressable BIC holder [Guide 2015-0930]   addressable BIC holder TARGET2 [Article 1] Amendment of Guideline ECB/2012/27 Guideline ECB/2012/27 is amended as follows: 2. Article 2 is amended as follows:
(b) the following definitions are replaced:
"addressable BIC holder" means an entity which:
(a) holds a BIC;
(b) is not recognised as an indirect participant;
(c) is a correspondent or customer of a PM account holder or a branch of a PM account holder or of an indirect participant, and is able to submit payment orders to and receive payments from a TARGET2 component system via the PM account holder,
Guide 2015-0930
addressable BIC holder [Guide ECB-2013-0027]   addressable BIC holder TARGET2 (Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system) [Article 2] Definitions
(12) "addressable BIC holder" means an entity which:
(a) holds a BIC;
(b) is not recognised as an indirect participant;
(c) is a correspondent or customer of a direct participant or a branch of a direct or indirect participant, and is able to submit payment orders to and receive payments from a TARGET2 component system via the direct participant;
Guide ECB-2012-0027
addressable BIC holder [Guide ECB-2007-0002]   addressable BIC holder Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system (TARGET2) [Article 2] Definitions
"addressable BIC holder" means a n entity which: (a) holds a Bank Identifier Code (BIC); (b) is not recognised as an indirect participant; and (c) is a correspondent or customer of a direct participant or a branch of a direct or indirect participant, and is able to submit payment orders to and receive payments from a TARGET2 component system via the direct participant,
Guide ECB-2007-0002
addressable BIC holder [Guide ECB-2007-0002A2]   addressable BIC holder Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system (TARGET2) [ANNEX II] HARMONISED CONDITIONS FOR PART ICIPATION IN TARGET2
[TITLE I] GENERAL PROVISIONS
[Article 1] Definitions
"addressable BIC holder" means an entity which: (a) holds a Bank Identifier Code (BIC); (b) is not recognised as an indirect participant; and (c) is a correspondent or customer of a direct participant or a branch of a direct or indirect participant, and is able to submit payment orders to and receive payments from a TARGET2 component system via the direct participant,
Guide ECB-2007-0002
addressable BIC holder [Guide ECB-2010-0012]   addressable BIC holder Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system (TARGET2) [Article 1] Guideline ECB/2007/2 is amended as follows:
2. Article 2 replaced
(a) "addressable BIC holder" means an entity which: (a) holds a Business Identifier Code (BIC); (b) is not recognised as an indirect participant; and (c) is a correspondent or customer of a direct participant or a branch of a direct or indirect participant, and is able to submit payment orders to and receive payments from a TARGET2 component system via the direct participant,
Guide ECB-2010-0012
addressable BIC holder [Guide ECB-2010-0012A1]   addressable BIC holder Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system (TARGET2) [ANNEX I] 2. Annex II to Guideline ECB/2007/2 is amended as follows:
(a) replaced
"addressable BIC holder" means an entity which: (a) holds a Business Identifier Code (BIC); (b) is not recognised as an indirect participant; and (c) is a correspondent or customer of a direct participant or a branch of a direct or indirect participant, and is able to submit payment orders to and receive payments from a TARGET2 component system via the direct participant,
Guide ECB-2010-0012
addressable object [REG 2010-1089A2]   addressable object interoperability of spatial data sets and services [ANNEX II] REQUIREMENTS FOR SPATIAL DATA THEMES LISTED IN ANNEX I TO DIRECTIVE 2007/2/EC
5. ADDRESSES 5.1. Definitions
- "addressable object" means a spatial object to which it is meaningful to associate addresses.
REG 2010-1089
addressed (Member State) [REG 2012-1215]   Member State addressed jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters [Article 2]
(e) "Member State addressed" means the Member State in which the recognition of the judgment is invoked or in which the enforcement of the judgment, the court settlement or the authentic instrument is sought;
REG 2012-1215
addressed (Member State) [REG 2013-0606]   Member State addressed mutual recognition of protection measures in civil matters [Article 3] Definitions
(6) "Member State addressed" means the Member State in which the recognition and, where applicable, the enforcement of the protection measure is sought.
REG 2013-0606
addressee access (multi) [Decision 2007-0601A]   multi-addressee access TARGET2-ECB [ANNEX] TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF TARGET2-ECB [TITLE I] GENERAL PROVISIONS [Article 1] Definitions
"multi-addressee access" means the facility by which branches or credit institutions established in the EEA can access the relevant TARGET2 component system by submitting payment orders and/or receiving payments directly to and from the TARGET2 component system; this facility authorises these entities to submit their payment orders through the direct participant's PM account without that participant's involvement,
Decision 2007-0601
addressing information [REG 2009-0029 (2009-02-06)]   addressing information data link services for the single European sky [Article 2] Definitions
12. "addressing information" means information pertaining to the system or network address of an entity participating in air-ground data link communication and enabling the location of the entity to be unambiguously determined;
REG 2009-0029 (2009-02-06)
adequacy (generation) [COM 2014-C200-01]   generation adequacy Guidelines on State aid for environmental protection and energy 1.3.Definitions (19) For the purposes of these Guidelines the following definitions apply:
(34)"generation adequacy" means a level of generated capacity which is deemed to be adequate to meet demand levels in the Member State in any given period, based on the use of a conventional statistical indicator used by organisations which the Union institutions recognise as performing an essential role in the creation of a single market in electricity, for example ENTSO-E;
COM 2014-C200-01
adequacy (generation) [Decision 2014-0301]   generation adequacy procedural and substantive rules in the field of State aid 1.3. Definitions
(34) "generation adequacy" means a level of generated capacity which is deemed to be adequate to meet demand levels in the Contracting Party in any given period, based on the use of a conventional statistical indicator used by organisations which are recognised as performing an essential role in the creation of a single market in electricity, for example ENTSO-E;
Decision 2014-0301
adequacy measure (generation) [COM 2014-C200-01]   generation adequacy measure Guidelines on State aid for environmental protection and energy 1.3.Definitions (19) For the purposes of these Guidelines the following definitions apply:
(36)"generation adequacy measure" means a mechanism which has the aim of ensuring that certain generation adequacy levels are met at national level;
COM 2014-C200-01
adequacy measure (generation) [Decision 2014-0301]   generation adequacy measure procedural and substantive rules in the field of State aid 1.3. Definitions
(36) "generation adequacy measure" means a mechanism which has the aim of ensuring that certain generation adequacy levels are met at national level;
Decision 2014-0301
adequate aerodrome [REG 2012-0965A1]   adequate aerodrome civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(4) "adequate aerodrome" means an aerodrome on which the aircraft can be operated, taking account of the applicable performance requirements and runway characteristics;
REG 2012-0965
Adequate control route (for authorisation) [Guide 2011-C028-01]   Adequate control route (for authorisation) REACH Guidance [GLOSSARY OF TERMS]
Adequate control route (for authorisation): An authorisation shall be granted if it is demonstrated that the risk to human health or the environment from the use of the substance arising from the intrinsic properties specified in Annex XIV is adequately controlled in accordance with section 6.4 of Annex I (Art. 60(2)), taking into account Article 60(3).
Guide 2011-C028-01
adequate public disclosure [REG 2003-2273]   adequate public disclosure exemptions for buy-back programmes and stabilisation of financial instruments [Article 2] Definitions
5. "adequate public disclosure" means disclosure made in accordance with the procedure laid down in Articles 102(1) and 103 of Directive 2001/34/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council;
REG 2003-2273
adequate rest [Directive 1993-0104]   adequate rest working time [Article 2] Definitions
9. "adequate rest" shall mean that workers have regular rest periods, the duration of which is expressed in units of time and which are sufficiently long and continuous to ensure that, as a result of fatigue or other irregular working patterns, they do not cause injury to themselves, to fellow workers or to others and that they do not damage their health, either in the short term or in the longer term.
Directive 1993-0104
adequate rest [Directive 2003-0088]   adequate rest 【Working Time Directive】 [Article 2] Definitions
9. "adequate rest" means that workers have regular rest periods, the duration of which is expressed in units of time and which are sufficiently long and continuous to ensure that, as a result of fatigue or other irregular working patterns, they do not cause injury to themselves, to fellow workers or to others and that they do not damage their health, either in the short term or in the longer term.
Directive 2003-0088
adhesion utilisation curve [REG 2015-0068A2]   adhesion utilisation curves vehicle braking requirements for the approval of agricultural and forestry vehicles [ANNEX II] Requirements applying to testing and performance of braking systems and trailer braking couplings and of vehicles fitted with them
1. Definitions
1.2. "adhesion utilisation curves" of a vehicle means curves showing, for specified load conditions, the adhesion utilised by each axle i plotted against the braking rate of the vehicle.
REG 2015-0068
adhesive [Directive 1999-0013]   adhesive emissions of volatile organic compounds due to the use of organic solvents [Article 2 Definitions]
21. adhesive shall mean any mixture, including all the organic solvents or mixtures containing organic solvents necessary for its proper application, which is used to adhere separate parts of a product;
Directive 1999-0013
adhesive [Directive 2010-0075]   adhesive integrated pollution prevention and control [CHAPTER V] SPECIAL PROVISIONS FOR INSTALLATIONS AND ACTIVITIESUSING ORGANIC SOLVENTS
[Article 57] Definitions
(6) "adhesive" means any mixture, including all the organic solvents or mixtures containing organic solvents necessary forits proper application, which is used to adhere separate partsof a product;
Directive 2010-0075
adhesive [Position 2010-0001a57]   adhesive industrial emissions (integrated pollution prevention and control) [Article 57] Definitions
(6) "adhesive" means any mixture, including all the organic solvents or mixtures containing organic solvents necessary forits proper application, which is used to adhere separate partsof a product;
Posit 2010-0001
ADI [REG 2012-1057w]   ADI (Acceptable Daily Intake) dimethyl polysiloxane (E 900) as an anti-foaming agent in food supplements Whereas:
(6) The Report from the Commission on Dietary Food Additive Intake in the European Union concluded that dimethyl polysiloxane (E 900) needed no further examination, since the theoretical intake based on conservative assumptions on food consumption and additive usage did not exceed the Acceptable Daily Intake ("ADI"). ・・・
REG 2012-1057
ADI [REG 2011-0805]   ADI (Aerodrome Control Instrument) air traffic controllers' licences [Article 11] Rating endorsements
1. The Aerodrome Control Instrument (ADI) rating shall bear at least one of the following endorsements:
(a) the Tower Control (TWR) endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder is competent to provide control services where aerodrome control is provided from one working position;
(b) the Ground Movement Control (GMC) endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder of the licence is competent to provide ground movement control;
(c) the Ground Movement Surveillance (GMS) endorsement, granted in addition to the Ground Movement Control endorsement or Tower Control endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder is competent to provide ground movement control with the help of aerodrome surface movement guidance systems;
(d) the Air Control (AIR) endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder of the licence is competent to provide air control;
(e) the Aerodrome Radar Control (RAD) endorsement, granted in addition to the Air Control endorsement or Tower Control endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder of the licence is competent to provide aerodrome control with the help of surveillance radar equipment.
REG 2011-0805
adipose tissue (discrete) [REG 2001-0999A1]   discrete adipose tissue prevention, control and eradication of certain transmissible spongiform encephalopathies
(TSE /BSE)
[ANNEX I] SPECIFIC DEFINITIONS
2. (b) "discrete adipose tissue" means internal and external body fat removed during the slaughter and cutting process, in particular fresh fat from the heart, caul and kidney of bovine animals, and fat from cutting rooms;
REG 2001-0999
adjacent market [RECOM 2003-0361A]   adjacent market definition of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises [TITLE I] DEFINITION OF MICRO, SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES ADOPTED BY THE COMMISSION
[Article 3] Types of enterprise taken into consideration in calculating staff numbers and financial amounts
3. "Linked enterprises" are enterprises which have any of the following relationships with each other:
(a) an enterprise has a majority of the shareholders' or members' voting rights in another enterprise;
(b) an enterprise has the right to appoint or remove a majority of the members of the administrative, management or supervisory body of another enterprise;
(c) an enterprise has the right to exercise a dominant influence over another enterprise pursuant to a contract entered into with that enterprise or to a provision in its memorandum or articles of association;
(d) an enterprise, which is a shareholder in or member of another enterprise, controls alone, pursuant to an agreement with other shareholders in or members of that enterprise, a majority of shareholders' or members' voting rights in that enterprise.
There is a presumption that no dominant influence exists if the investors listed in the second subparagraph of paragraph 2 are not involving themselves directly or indirectly in the management of the enterprise in question, without prejudice to their rights as stakeholders.
Enterprises having any of the relationships described in the first subparagraph through one or more other enterprises, or any one of the investors mentioned in paragraph 2, are also considered to be linked.
Enterprises which have one or other of such relationships through a natural person or group of natural persons acting jointly are also considered linked enterprises if they engage in their activity or in part of their activity in the same relevant market or in adjacent markets.
An "adjacent market" is considered to be the market for a product or service situated directly upstream or downstream of the relevant market.
RECOM 2003-0361
adjoining region [REG 2014-0897]   adjoining regions European Neighbourhood Instrument [Article 2] Definitions
(f) "adjoining regions" means the territorial units referred to in Article 8(2) of Regulation (EU) No 232/2014 and those adjoining to core regions in Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance geographic entities and in European Economic Area countries;
REG 2014-0897
adjusted aid amount [Guide 2013-C209-01]   adjusted aid amount regional State aid 1.2. Definitions
20. (c) "adjusted aid amount" means the maximum permissible aid amount for a large investment project, calculated according to the following formula:
maximum aid amount = R × (50 + 0,50 × B + 0,34 × C)
where: R is the maximum aid intensity applicable in the area concerned, excluding the increased aid intensity for SMEs. B is the part of eligible costs between EUR 50 million and EUR 100 million. C is the part of eligible costs above EUR 100 million;
Guide 2013-C209-01
adjusted aid amount [Guide 2014-C204-01]   adjusted aid amount State aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas 2.4.Definitions (35) For the purposes of these Guidelines:
31."adjusted aid amount" means the maximum permissible aid amount for a large investment project, calculated according to the following formula: maximum aid amount = R × (50 + 0,50 × B + 0,34 × C), where R is the maximum aid intensity applicable in the area concerned, excluding the increased aid intensity for SMEs. B is the part of eligible costs between EUR 50 million and EUR 100 million. C is the part of eligible costs above EUR 100 million;
Guide 2014-C204-01
adjusted aid amount [REG 2014-0651]   adjusted aid amount declaring certain categories of aid compatible with the internal market [Article 2] Definitions
(20) "adjusted aid amount" means the maximum permissible aid amount for a large investment project, calculated according to the following formula:
maximum aid amount = R × (A + 0,50 × B + 0 × C)
where: R is the maximum aid intensity applicable in the area concerned established in an approved regional map and which is in force on the date of granting the aid, excluding the increased aid intensity for SMEs; A is the initial EUR 50 million of eligible costs, B is the part of eligible costs between EUR 50 million and EUR 100 million and C is the part of eligible costs above EUR 100 million
REG 2014-0651
adjusting device [Decision 2013-0641]   adjusting device Ecolabel for flushing toilets and urinals [Article 2]
(16) "adjusting device" means a device which allows the full flush volume and, if relevant, the reduced flush volume of a flushing system to be adjusted.
Decision 2013-0641
adjusting device (belt) [Directive 1977-0541 (2007-01-01)]   belt-adjusting device safety belts and restraint systems of motor vehicles [ANNEX I] SCOPE, DEFINITIONS, EC COMPONENT TYPE-APPROVAL, INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
1. DEFINITIONS
1.5. "belt-adjusting device" means a device enabling the belt to be adjusted according to the requirements of the individual wearer and to the position of the seat. The adjusting device may be part of the buckle, the retractor or any other part of the safety belt;
Directive 1977-0541 (2007-01-01)
adjustment (Liquidity) [Decision 2015-0929A2]   Liquidity adjustment TARGET2-ECB [ANNEX] The Annex to Decision ECB/2007/7 is amended as follows:
14. the following Annex II is added: ANNEX II : TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR THE OPENING AND OPERATION OF A DEDICATED CASH ACCOUNT IN TARGET2-ECB Article 1 : Definitions
"Liquidity adjustment" means the authorisation given by the DCA holder, to its participating CSD or the ECB by special contractual arrangement duly documented and registered in the Static Data to initiate liquidity transfers between a DCA and a PM Account, or between two DCAs,
Decision 2015-0929
adjustment (Liquidity) [Guide 2015-0930A2A]   Liquidity adjustment TARGET2 [Article 1] Amendment of Guideline ECB/2012/27 Guideline ECB/2012/27 is amended as follows:
31. the following Annex IIa is inserted: ANNEX IIA : HARMONISED CONDITIONS FOR THE OPENING AND OPERATION OF A DEDICATED CASH ACCOUNT IN TARGET2
TITLE I : GENERAL PROVISIONS Article 1 : Definitions
"Liquidity adjustment" means the authorisation given by the DCA holder, to its participating CSD or [insert name of CB] by special contractual arrangement duly documented and registered in the Static Data to initiate liquidity transfers between a DCA and a PM Account, or between two DCAs,
Guide 2015-0930
adjustment (Quality) [REG 1996-1749]   Quality adjustment harmonized indices of consumer prices [Article 2] Definitions
17. "Quality adjustment" means the procedure of making an allowance for an observed quality change by increasing or decreasing the observed current or reference price by a factor or an amount equivalent to the value of that quality change.
REG 1996-1749
adjustment (risk, credit) [REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11]   credit risk adjustment 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (95) "credit risk adjustment" means the amount of specific and general loan loss provision for credit risks that has been recognised in the financial statements of the institution in accordance with the applicable accounting framework;
REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11
adjustment (risk, credit) [REG 2013-0575]   credit risk adjustment 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (95) "credit risk adjustment" means the amount of specific and general loan loss provision for credit risks that has been recognised in the financial statements of the institution in accordance with the applicable accounting framework;
REG 2013-0575
adjustment (time) [Posit 2013-0013]   time adjustment tachographs in road transport [Article 2] Definitions
(y) "time adjustment" means an automatic adjustment of current time at regular intervals and within a maximum tolerance of one minute, or an adjustment performed during calibration;
Posit 2013-0013
adjustment (time) [REG 2014-0165]   time adjustment tachographs in road transport [Article 2] Definitions
2. (y) "time adjustment" means an automatic adjustment of current time at regular intervals and within a maximum tolerance of one minute, or an adjustment performed during calibration;
REG 2014-0165
adjustment (time) [REG 2016-0799a1c]   time adjustment construction, testing, installation, operation and repair of tachographs [ANNEX I C] Requirements for construction, testing, installation, and inspection
1. DEFINITIONS
(tt) "time adjustment" means: an automatic adjustment of current time at regular intervals and within a maximum tolerance of one minute, or an adjustment performed during calibration;
REG 2016-0799
Adjustment (Valuation, Additional) [REG 2016-0101]   AVAs (Additional Valuation Adjustments) 【CRR】 prudent valuation under [Article 1] Methodology for calculating Additional Valuation Adjustments (AVAs)
Institutions shall calculate the total additional valuation adjustments ("AVAs") necessary to adjust the fair values to the prudent value and shall calculate those AVAs quarterly according to the method provided in Chapter 3, unless they meet the conditions for applying the method provided in Chapter 2.
REG 2016-0101
Adjustment (Valuation, Credit) [Directive 2006-0048A3]   Credit Valuation Adjustment taking up and pursuit of the business of credit institutions [ANNEX III] THE TREATMENT OF COUNTERPARTY CREDIT RISK OF DERIVATIVE INSTRUMENTS, REPURCHASE TRANSACTIONS, SECURITIES ORCOMMODITIES LENDING OR BORROWING TRANSACTIONS, LONG SETTLEMENT TRANSACTIONS AND MARGIN LENDING TRANSACTIONS
PART 1 Definitions Exposure measures and adjustments
24. "Credit Valuation Adjustment" means an adjustment to the mid-market valuation of the portfolio of transactions with a counterparty. This adjustment reflects the market value of the credit risk due to any failure to perform on contractual agreements with a counterparty. This adjustment may reflect the market value of the credit risk of the counterparty or the market value of the credit risk of both the credit institution and the counterparty.
Directive 2006-0048
Adjustment (Valuation, Credit, One-Sided) [Directive 2006-0048A3]   One-Sided Credit Valuation Adjustment taking up and pursuit of the business of credit institutions [ANNEX III] THE TREATMENT OF COUNTERPARTY CREDIT RISK OF DERIVATIVE INSTRUMENTS, REPURCHASE TRANSACTIONS, SECURITIES ORCOMMODITIES LENDING OR BORROWING TRANSACTIONS, LONG SETTLEMENT TRANSACTIONS AND MARGIN LENDING TRANSACTIONS
PART 1 Definitions Exposure measures and adjustments
25. "One-Sided Credit Valuation Adjustment" means a credit valuation adjustment that reflects the market value of the credit risk of the counterparty to the credit institution, but does not reflect the market value of the credit risk of the credit institution to the counterparty.
Directive 2006-0048
adjustment (value) [Directive 2013-0034]   value adjustment financial statements and related reports of certain types of undertakings [Article 2] Definitions
(8) "value adjustment" means the adjustments intended to take account of changes in the values of individual assets established at the balance sheet date, whether the change is final or not;
Directive 2013-0034
adjustment device for height (belt) [Directive 1977-0541 (2007-01-01)]   belt adjustment device for height safety belts and restraint systems of motor vehicles [ANNEX I] SCOPE, DEFINITIONS, EC COMPONENT TYPE-APPROVAL, INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
1. DEFINITIONS
1.8. "retractor" means a device for accommodating a part or the whole of the strap of a safety belt;
1.8.1. "non-locking retractor (type 1)" means a retractor from which the strap is extracted to its full length by a small external force and which allows no adjustment of the strap which has been extracted;
1.8.2. "manually unlocking retractor (type 2)" means a retractor requiring the manual operation of a device by the user to unlock the retractor in order to obtain the desired strap extraction and which locks automatically when the said operation ceases;
1.8.3. "automatically locking retractor (type 3)" means a retractor allowing extraction of the strap to the desired length and which, when the buckle is fastened, automatically adjusts the strap to the wearer. Further extraction of the strap is not possible without deliberate action on the part of the wearer;
1.8.4. "emergency locking retractor (type 4)" means a retractor which, in normal driving conditions, does not restrict the freedom of movement of the wearer of the safety belt. It has a length adjusting device which automatically adjusts the strap to the wearer, and a locking mechanism actuated in an emergency by:
1.8.4.1. deceleration of the vehicle (single sensitivity);
1.8.4.2. a combination of the deceleration of the vehicle, movement of the webbing or any other automatic means (multiple sensitivity);
1.8.5. "emergency-locking retractor with higher response threshold (type 4N)" means a retractor of the type defined in point 1.8.4, but having special properties as regards use in vehicles of categories M2, M3, N1, N2 and N3 (1);
1.8.6. "belt adjustment device for height" means a device enabling the position in height of the upper loop of a belt to be adjusted according to the requirements of the individual wearer and the position of the seat. Such a device may be considered as a part of the belt or a part of the anchorage of the belt;
Directive 1977-0541 (2007-01-01)
adjustment factor [Directive 2015-0652A1P1]   AF (adjustment factors) quality of petrol and diesel fuels [ANNEX I] METHOD FOR THE CALCULATION AND REPORTING OF THE LIFE CYCLE GREENHOUSE GAS INTENSITY OF FUELS AND ENERGY BY SUPPLIERS
Part 1 : Calculation of a supplier's greenhouse gas intensity of fuels and energy
where: (f) "AF" represents the adjustment factors for powertrain efficiencies:
[表] Predominant conversion technology / Efficiency factor
Internal combustion engine / 1
Battery electric powertrain / 0,4
Hydrogen fuel cell electric powertrain / 0,4
Directive 2015-0652
adjustment factors (Spatial) [REG 2007-1445]   Spatial adjustment factors common rules for the provision of basic information on Purchasing Power Parities and for their calculation and dissemination [Article 3] Definitions
(j) "Spatial adjustment factors" shall mean factors used to adjust average prices obtained from one or more locations within the economic territory of a Member State to national average prices.
REG 2007-1445
adjustment factors (Temporal) [REG 2007-1445]   Temporal adjustment factors common rules for the provision of basic information on Purchasing Power Parities and for their calculation and dissemination [Article 3] Definitions
(i) "Temporal adjustment factors" shall mean factors used to adjust average prices obtained at the time of survey to annual average prices.
REG 2007-1445
adjustment portfolio (matching) [REG 2015-0035]   matching adjustment portfolio taking-up and pursuit of the business of Insurance and Reinsurance (Solvency II) [Article 1] Definitions
37. "matching adjustment portfolio" means a portfolio of insurance or reinsurance obligations to which the matching adjustment is applied and the assigned portfolio of assets as referred to in Article 77b(1)(a) of Directive 2009/138/EC.
REG 2015-0035
adjustment range (Load) [Directive 1978-0764A1(2007-01-01)]   Load adjustment range driver's seat on wheeled agricultural or forestry tractors [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS
8. Load adjustment range
"Load adjustment range" means the range between the two loads corresponding to the mean positions in the suspension system curves plotted for the heaviest and lightest driver.
Directive 1978-0764(2007-01-01)
adjustment range (seat-, Extended) [Directive 1978-0317]   Extended seat-adjustment range defrosting and demisting systems of glazed surfaces of motor vehicles 2. DEFINITIONS
2.14. Extended seat-adjustment range
"Extended seat-adjustment range" means the range designated by the vehicle manufacturer for the adjustment of the seat in the direction of the X axis (see 2.3) beyond the range of normal driving positions specified in 2.13 and used for converting seats into beds or facilitating entry into the vehicle.
Directive 1978-0317
adjustment range (seat-, Extended) [Directive 1978-0318A1]   Extended seat-adjustment range wiper and washer systems of motor vehicles [ANNEX I]
2. DEFINITIONS
2.12. Extended seat-adjustment range
"Extended seat-adjustment range" means the range designated by the vehicle manufacturer for the adjustment of the seat in the direction of the X axis (see 2.3) beyond the range of normal driving positions specified in 2.13 and used for converting seats into beds or facilitating entry into the vehicle.
Directive 1978-0318
adjustment range (seat-, Horizontal) [Directive 1978-0317]   Horizontal seat-adjustment range defrosting and demisting systems of glazed surfaces of motor vehicles 2. DEFINITIONS
2.13. Horizontal seat-adjustment range
"Horizontal seat-adjustment range" means the range of normal driving positions designated by the vehicle manufacturer for the adjustment of the driver's seat in the direction of the X axis (see 2.3).
Directive 1978-0317
adjustment range (seat-, Horizontal) [Directive 1978-0318A1]   Horizontal seat-adjustment range wiper and washer systems of motor vehicles [ANNEX I]
2. DEFINITIONS
2.11. Horizontal seat-adjustment range
"Horizontal seat-adjustment range" means the range of normal driving positions designated by the vehicle manufacturer for the adjustment of the driver's seat in the direction of the X axis (see 2.3).
Directive 1978-0318
adjustment system [Directive 1977-0541 (2007-01-01)]   adjustment system safety belts and restraint systems of motor vehicles [ANNEX I] SCOPE, DEFINITIONS, EC COMPONENT TYPE-APPROVAL, INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
1. DEFINITIONS
1.15. "adjustment system" means the device by which the seat or its parts can be adjusted to a position suited to the morphology of the seated occupant. This device may, in particular, allow:
1.15.1. longitudinal displacement;
1.15.2. vertical displacement;
1.15.3. angular displacement;
Directive 1977-0541 (2007-01-01)
adjustment system [REG 2014-0003]   adjustment system vehicle functional safety requirements for the approval of two- or three-wheel vehicles and quadricycles [Article 2] Definitions
(94) "adjustment system" means the device enabling the parts of the seat to be adjusted in order to achieve a seating position that is adapted to the occupant's morphology, including longitudinal, vertical and/or angular adjustments;
REG 2014-0003
administered price [REG 2016-0792]   administered prices HICP (harmonised indices of consumer prices) and the house price index [Article 2] Definitions
(5) "administered prices" means prices that are either directly set or influenced to a significant extent by the government;
REG 2016-0792
administering Member State [Directive 2003-0087]   administering Member State greenhouse gas emission allowance trading 【温室効果ガス排出権取引】 [Article 3 Definitions]
(q) "administering Member State" means the Member State responsible for administering the Community scheme in respect of an aircraft operator in accordance with Article 18a;
Directive 2003-0087
administration [Decision 2007-0624]   administration Customs 2013 (action programme for customs) [Article 2] Definitions
1. "administration" means the public authorities and other bodies in the participating countries which are responsible for administering customs and customs related activities;
Decision 2007-0624
administration [Decision 2007-1482]   administration taxation systems in the internal market (Fiscalis 2013) [Article 2] Definitions
2. "administration" shall mean the public authorities and other bodies in the participating countries which are responsible for administering taxation or tax-related activities;
Decision 2007-1482
administration [REG 1995-3051(2002-12-19)]   administration safety management of roll-on/roll-off passenger ferries (ro-ro ferries) [Article 2]
(f) "administration" means the Government of the State whose flag the ro-ro ferry is entitled to fly;
REG 1995-3051(2002-12-19)
Administration [REG 1995-3051A(2002-12-19)]   Administration safety management of roll-on/roll-off passenger ferries (ro-ro ferries) [ANNEX] [TITLE I] PART A : IMPLEMENTATION 1. General 1.1. Def ini t ions
1.1.3. "Administration" means the government of the State whose flag the ship is entitled to fly.
REG 1995-3051(2002-12-19)
Administration [REG 2006-0336(2008-12-11)A1]   Administration International Safety Management Code [ANNEX I] International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention (International Safety Management (ISM) Code)
Part A — Implementation 1. General 1.1. Definitions
1.1.3. "Administration" means the government of the State whose flag the ship is entitled to fly.
REG 2006-0336(2008-12-11)
administration [REG 2013-1257]   administration ship recycling [Article 3] Definitions
1. (9) "administration" means a governmental authority designated by a Member State as being responsible for duties related to ships flying its flag or to ships operating under its authority;
REG 2013-1257
administration (financing, health system and, Governance, and) [REG 2015-0359]   Governance, and health system and financing administration statistics on healthcare expenditure and financing [ANNEX I] Definitions
15. "Governance, and health system and financing administration" means services that focus on the health system rather than direct healthcare, direct and support health system functioning, and are considered to be collective, as they are not allocated to specific individuals but benefit all health system users;
REG 2015-0359
administration (public, European) [Decision 2015-2240]   European public administrations ISA2 programme [Article 2] Definitions
(12) "European public administrations" means public administrations at Union, national, regional and local levels;
Decision 2015-2240
administration (public, instrument for, supporting) [Decision 2015-2240]   supporting instruments for public administrations ISA2 programme [Article 2] Definitions
(11) "supporting instruments for public administrations" means the interoperability tools, frameworks, guidelines and specifications that support European public administrations when designing, implementing and operating interoperability solutions;
Decision 2015-2240
administration [Directive 2009-0021]   administration flag State requirements [Article 3 Definitions]
(b) "administration" means the competent authorities of the Member State whose flag the ship is flying;
Directive 2009-0021
administration and financing (healthcare system, Provider of) [REG 2015-0359]   Providers of healthcare system administration and financing statistics on healthcare expenditure and financing [ANNEX I] Definitions
32. "Providers of healthcare system administration and financing" means establishments that are primarily engaged in the regulation of the activities of agencies that provide healthcare and in the overall administration of the healthcare sector, including the administration of health financing;
REG 2015-0359
administration of flag State [Directive 2003-0025(2008-12-11)]   administration of flag State specific stability requirements for ro-ro passenger ships [Article 2] Definitions
(h) "administration of flag State" means the competent authorities of the State whose flag the ro-ro passenger ship is entitled to fly;
Directive 2003-0025(2008-12-11)
administration of the flag State [Directive 1999-0035(2009-06-17)]   administration of the flag State system of mandatory surveys for the safe operation of regular ro-ro ferry and high-speed passenger craft services [Article 2] Definitions
(j) "administration of the flag State" shall mean the competent authorities of the State whose flag the ro-ro ferry or the high-speed passenger craft is entitled to fly;
Directive 1999-0035(2009-06-17)
administration of the flag State [Directive 2001-0096(2008-12-11)]   administration of the flag State harmonised requirements and procedures for the safe loading and unloading of bulk carriers [Article 3] Definitions
12. "administration of the flag State" shall mean the competent authorities of the State whose flag the bulk carrier is entitled to fly;
Directive 2001-0096(2008-12-11)
administration of the flag State [Directive 1998-0018]   administration of the flag State safety rules and standards for passenger ships [Article 2] Definitions
(r) "administration of the flag State" means the competent authorities of the State whose flag the ship or craft is entitled to fly;
Directive 1998-0018
Administration of the flag State [Directive 2009-0045]   Administration of the flag State safety rules and standards for passenger ships [Article 2] Definitions
(t) "Administration of the flag State" means the competent authorities of the State whose flag the ship or craft is entitled to fly;
Directive 2009-0045
administration, business and citizen (public, framework for European, common, solution and, interoperability, programme on) [Decision 2015-2240]   ISA2 programme (programme on interoperability solutions and common frameworks for European public administrations, businesses and citizens) ISA2 programme [Article 1] Subject matter and objectives
1.This Decision establishes, for 2016-2020, a programme on interoperability solutions and common frameworks for European public administrations, businesses and citizens ("the ISA2 programme").
The objectives of the ISA2 programme shall be to:
(a)develop, maintain and promote a holistic approach to interoperability in the Union in order to eliminate fragmentation in the interoperability landscape in the Union;
(b)facilitate efficient and effective electronic cross-border or cross-sector interaction between European public administrations on the one hand, and between European public administrations and businesses and citizens on the other, and to contribute to the development of a more effective, simplified and user-friendly e-administration at the national, regional and local levels of public administration;
(c) identify, create and operate interoperability solutions supporting the implementation of Union policies and activities;
(d) facilitate the re-use of interoperability solutions by European public administrations.
The ISA2 programme shall take into account social, economic and other aspects of interoperability, as well as the specific situation of SMEs and microenterprises, in order to improve interaction between European public administrations on the one hand, and between European public administrations and businesses and citizens on the other.
2.The ISA2 programme shall ensure a common understanding of interoperability through the EIF and its implementation in Member States' administrations. The Commission, through the ISA2 programme, shall monitor the implementation of the EIF.
3.The ISA2 programme succeeds, and shall consolidate, promote and expand, the activities of the ISA programme.
Decision 2015-2240
administrative arrangement [Posit 2013-0002]   administrative arrangements European Anti-Fraud Office (OCAF) [Article 2] Definitions
(7) "administrative arrangements" shall mean arrangements of a technical and/or operational nature concluded by the Office, which may in particular aim at facilitating the cooperation and the exchange of information between the parties thereto, and which do not create additional legal obligations.
Posit 2013-0002
administrative arrangement [REG 2013-0883]   administrative arrangements investigations conducted by the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) [Article 2] Definitions
(7) "administrative arrangements" shall mean arrangements of a technical and/or operational nature concluded by the Office, which may in particular aim at facilitating the cooperation and the exchange of information between the parties thereto, and which do not create additional legal obligations.
REG 2013-0883
administrative assistance and cooperation procedure [REG 2015-1918]   administrative assistance and cooperation procedure AAC system (official controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules) [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "administrative assistance and cooperation procedure" means an established workflow provided for in the AAC system which permits liaison bodies and the Commission to exchange information concerning possible instances of non-compliance in accordance with Articles 36, 37 and 38 of Regulation (EC) No 882/2004;
REG 2015-1918
administrative assistance and cooperation procedure (closure of an) [REG 2015-1918]   closure of an administrative assistance and cooperation procedure AAC system (official controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules) [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "closure of an administrative assistance and cooperation procedure" means applying the technical facility provided by the AAC system to close an administrative assistance and cooperation procedure;
REG 2015-1918
administrative assistance and cooperation procedure (withdrawal of an) [REG 2015-1918]   withdrawal of an administrative assistance and cooperation procedure AAC system (official controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules) [Article 2] Definitions
(3) "withdrawal of an administrative assistance and cooperation procedure" means withdrawing from the AAC system an administrative assistance and cooperation procedure which was erroneously uploaded onto it.
REG 2015-1918
Administrative Assistance and Cooperation system [REG 2015-1918w]   AAC (Administrative Assistance and Cooperation) system AAC system (official controls performed to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules) Whereas:
(5) For the exchange of information to be conducted as efficiently as possible, an IT system should be set up, namely, the Administrative Assistance and Cooperation system ("AAC system"), to provide the liaison bodies, designated in each Member State in accordance with Article 35 of Regulation (EC) No 882/2004, with the necessary tools to facilitate the practical implementation of the exchange of information required by that Regulation. The AAC system should offer a streamlined method of communication and a structured format for the exchange of information.
REG 2015-1918
administrative assistance document (mutual) [REG 2012-0389]   mutual administrative assistance document cooperation in the field of excise duties [Article 2] Definitions
(17) "mutual administrative assistance document" means a document established within the computerised system and used for the exchange of information under Article 8, 15 or 16 and used for follow-up under Article 8 or 16;
REG 2012-0389
administrative assistance document (mutual, fall back) [REG 2012-0389]   fall-back mutual administrative assistance document cooperation in the field of excise duties [Article 2] Definitions
(18) "fall-back mutual administrative assistance document" means a document in a paper form used for the exchange of information under Article 8 or 15, in the event that the computerised system is not available;
REG 2012-0389
administrative body [REG 2015-0035]   administrative, management or supervisory body taking-up and pursuit of the business of Insurance and Reinsurance (Solvency II) [Article 1] Definitions
43. "administrative, management or supervisory body" shall mean, where a two-tier board system comprising of a management body and a supervisory body is provided for under national law, the management body or the supervisory body or both of those bodies as specified in the relevant national legislation or, where nobody is specified in the relevant national legislation, the management body;
REG 2015-0035
administrative change [REG 2012-0528]   administrative change available on the market and use of biocidal products 【バイオサイド(生物致死性製品)規則←指令】 [Article 3] Definitions
1.(aa) "administrative change" means an amendment of an existing authorisation of a purely administrative nature involving no change to the properties or efficacy of the biocidal product or biocidal product family;
REG 2012-0528
administrative change [POSIT 2011-0011]   administrative change making available on the market and use of biocidal products [Article 3] Definitions
1. (ab) "administrative change" means an amendment of an existing authorisation of a purely administrative nature involving no change to the properties or efficacy of the biocidal product or biocidal product family;
POSIT 2011-0011
Administrative Commission [REG 1971-140801]   Administrative Commission social security schemes to employed persons and their families [Article 1 (10) (15)] Definitions
(m) Administrative Commission means the commission referred to in Article 80;
REG 1971-1408
Administrative Commission [REG 2004-088301]   Administrative Commission social security systems [Article 1] Definitions
(n) "Administrative Commission" means the commission referred to in Article 71;
REG 2004-0883
administrative cooperation [REG 2012-1024]   administrative cooperation 【IMI Regulation】 Internal Market Information System [Article 5] Definitions
(b) "administrative cooperation" means the working in collaboration of competent authorities of the Member States or competent authorities of the Member States and the Commission, by exchanging and processing information, including through notifications and alerts, or by providing mutual assistance, including for the resolution of problems, for the purpose of better application of Union law;
REG 2012-1024
administrative cooperation procedure [REG 2012-1024]   administrative cooperation procedure 【IMI Regulation】 Internal Market Information System [Article 5] Definitions
(d) "administrative cooperation procedure" means a pre-defined workflow provided for in IMI allowing IMI actors to communicate and interact with each other in a structured manner;
REG 2012-1024
administrative decision (final) [REG 2015-1929]   final administrative decision financial rules applicable to the general budget of the Union [Article 1] Regulation (EU, Euratom) No 966/2012 is amended as follows:
(6) Article 101 is replaced by the following: Article 101 Definitions for the purposes of this Title
1. (i) "final administrative decision" means a decision of an administrative authority having final and binding effect in accordance with the law of the country in which the economic operator is established or in which the contracting authority is located, or in accordance with the applicable Union law;
REG 2015-1929
administrative document (accompanying) [REG 2009-0436]   accompanying administrative document monitor the wine market [Article 22] Definitions
(d) "accompanying administrative document" shall mean a document which complies with Commission Regulation (EEC) No 2719/92 ( 2 );
REG 2009-0436
administrative enquiry [REG 1997-0515(2008-08-16)]   administrative enquiry correct application of the law on customs and agricultural matters [Article 2]
1. "administrative enquiry" means all controls, checks and other action taken by the staff of the administrative authorities specified in Article 1 (1) in the performance of their duties with a view to ensuring proper application of customs and agricultural legislation and, where necessary, checking the irregular nature of operations which appear to breach that legislation, except action taken at the request of or under a direct mandate from a judicial authority; the expression "administrative enquiry" also covers the Community missions referred to in Article 20,
REG 1997-0515(2008-08-16)
administrative enquiry [REG 2003-1798(2010-01-01)]   administrative enquiry administrative cooperation in the field of value added tax [Article 2]
12. "administrative enquiry", means all the controls, checks and other action taken by Member States in the performance of their duties with a view to ensuring proper application of VAT legislation;
REG 2003-1798(2010-01-01)
administrative enquiry [REG 2004-2073]   administrative enquiry cooperation in the field of excise duties [Article 2]
17. "administrative enquiry" means all the controls, checks and other action taken by officials or the competent authorities in the performance of their duties with a view to ensuring the proper application of excise legislation;
REG 2004-2073
administrative enquiry [REG 2010-0904]   administrative enquiry administrative cooperation and combating fraud in the field of value added tax [Article 2]
1.(k) "administrative enquiry" means all the controls, checks and other action taken by Member States in the performance of their duties with a view to ensuring proper application of VAT legislation;
REG 2010-0904
administrative enquiry [REG 2012-0389]   administrative enquiry cooperation in the field of excise duties [Article 2] Definitions
(14) "administrative enquiry" means any control, check or other action taken by the authorities competent for the application of the legislation on excise duties in the performance of their duties with a view to ensuring the correct application of that legislation;
REG 2012-0389
administrative enquiry [Directive 2011-0016]   administrative enquiry administrative cooperation in the field of taxation [Article 3] Definitions
7. "administrative enquiry" means all controls, checks and other action taken by Member States in the performance of their duties with a view to ensuring the proper application of tax legislation;
Directive 2011-0016
administrative expenditure of the Board [REG 2014-1310]   administrative expenditures of the Board contributions to cover the administrative expenditures of the Single Resolution Board [Article 3] Definitions
(b) "administrative expenditures of the Board" means the expenditures of Part I of the budget of the Board during the provisional period;
REG 2014-1310
administrative investigation [Posit 2013-0002]   administrative investigations European Anti-Fraud Office (OCAF) [Article 2] Definitions
(4) "administrative investigations" ("investigations") shall mean any inspection, check or other measure undertaken by the Office in accordance with Articles 3 and 4, with a view to achieving the objectives set out in Article 1 and to establishing, where necessary, the irregular nature of the activities under investigation; those investigations shall not affect the powers of the competent authorities of the Member States to initiate criminal proceedings;
Posit 2013-0002
administrative investigation [REG 2013-0883]   administrative investigations investigations conducted by the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) [Article 2] Definitions
(4) "administrative investigations" ("investigations") shall mean any inspection, check or other measure undertaken by the Office in accordance with Articles 3 and 4, with a view to achieving the objectives set out in Article 1 and to establishing, where necessary, the irregular nature of the activities under investigation; those investigations shall not affect the powers of the competent authorities of the Member States to initiate criminal proceedings;
REG 2013-0883
administrative or judicial authority [Directive 2001-0024]   administrative or judicial authorities reorganisation and winding-up of credit institutions [Article 2] Definitions
"administrative or judicial authorities" shall mean such administrative or judicial authorities of the Member States as are competent for the purposes of reorganisation measures or winding-up proceedings;
Directive 2001-0024
administrative or judicial finding (primary) [REG 2006-1848]   primary administrative or judicial finding irregularities and the recovery of sums wrongly paid in connection with the financing of the common agricultural policy and the organisation of an information system in this field [Article 2] Definitions
3. "primary administrative or judicial finding" has the meaning assigned to it by Article 35 of Regulation (EC) No 1290/2005, that the first written assessment of a competent authority, either administrative or judicial, concluding on the basis of actual facts that an irregularity has been committed, without prejudice to the possibility that this conclusion may subsequently have to be adjusted or withdrawn as a result of developments in the course of the administrative or judicial procedure;
REG 2006-1848
administrative or judicial finding (primary) [REG 2015-1970]   primary administrative or judicial finding reporting of irregularities concerning the European Regional Development Fund, the European reporting of irregularities concerning the European Regional Development Fund, the European Social Fund, the Cohesion Fund, and the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund [Article 2] Definitions
(b)"primary administrative or judicial finding" means a first written assessment by a competent authority, either administrative or judicial, concluding on the basis of specific facts that an irregularity has been committed, without prejudice to the possibility that this conclusion may subsequently have to be revised or withdrawn as a result of developments in the course of the administrative or judicial procedure.
REG 2015-1970
administrative or judicial finding (primary) [REG 2015-1971]   primary administrative or judicial finding reporting of irregularities concerning the European Agricultural Guarantee Fund and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development [Article 2] Definitions
(b)"primary administrative or judicial finding" means a first written assessment by a competent authority, either administrative or judicial, concluding on the basis of specific facts that an irregularity has been committed, without prejudice to the possibility that this conclusion may subsequently have to be revised or withdrawn as a result of developments in the course of the administrative or judicial procedure.
REG 2015-1971
administrative or judicial finding (primary) [REG 2015-1972]   primary administrative or judicial finding reporting of irregularities concerning the Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived [Article 2] Definitions
(b)"primary administrative or judicial finding" means a first written assessment by a competent authority, either administrative or judicial, concluding on the basis of specific facts that an irregularity has been committed, without prejudice to the possibility that this conclusion may subsequently have to be revised or withdrawn as a result of developments in the course of the administrative or judicial procedure.
REG 2015-1972
administrative or judicial finding (primary) [REG 2015-1973]   primary administrative or judicial finding reporting of irregularities concerning the Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund and the instrument for financial support for police cooperation, preventing and combating crime, and crisis management [Article 2] Definitions
(b)"primary administrative or judicial finding" means a first written assessment by a competent authority, either administrative or judicial, concluding on the basis of specific facts that an irregularity has been committed, without prejudice to the possibility that this conclusion may subsequently have to be revised or withdrawn as a result of developments in the course of the administrative or judicial procedure.
REG 2015-1973
administrative personal data [Posit 2016-0008]   administrative personal data Europol (Law Enforcement Cooperation) [Article 2] Definitions
(p) "administrative personal data" means all personal data processed by Europol apart from those that are processed to meet the objectives laid down in Article 3.
Posit 2016-0008
administrative personal data [REG 2016-0794]   administrative personal data Europol [Article 2] Definitions
(p) "administrative personal data" means all personal data processed by Europol apart from those that are processed to meet the objectives laid down in Article 3.
REG 2016-0794
administrative platform (national) [REG 2013-0389]   national administrative platform emissions trading scheme [Article 3] Definitions
(25) "national administrative platform" means an external system operated by a national administrator or a competent authority that is securely connected to the Union Registry for the purposes of automating functions related to the administering of accounts and of compliance obligations in the Union Registry;
REG 2013-0389
administrative sector [Decision 1999-1719]   administrative sector trans-European networks for the electronic interchange of data between administrations (IDA) [Article 2] Definitions
(c) "sectoral network": a trans-European telematic network for administrations or a set of services and applications, devoted to the implementation or the administrative support of one particular Community policy, activity or objective which is hereinafter referred to as an "administrative sector";
Decision 1999-1719
administrative unit [REG 2003-1059]   administrative unit NUTS (common classification of territorial units for statistics) [Article 3] Classification criteria
1. Existing administrative units within the Member States shall constitute the first criterion used for the definition of territorial units.
To this end, "administrative unit" shall mean a geographical area with an administrative authority that has the power to take administrative or policy decisions for that area within the legal and institutional framework of the Member State.
2. In order to establish the relevant NUTS level in which a given class of administrative units in a Member State is to be classified, the average size of this class of administrative units in the Member State
shall lie within the following population thresholds:
[表] Level / Minimum / Maximum
NUTS 1 / 3 million /7 million
NUTS 2 / 800 000 / 3 million
NUTS 3 / 150 000 / 800 000
REG 2003-1059
administrator [Directive 2001-0017]   administrator reorganisation and winding-up of insurance undertakings [Article 2] Definitions
(i) "administrator" means any person or body appointed by the competent authorities for the purpose of administering reorganisation measures;
Directive 2001-0017
administrator [Directive 2001-0024]   administrator reorganisation and winding-up of credit institutions [Article 2] Definitions
"administrator" shall mean any person or body appointed by the administrative or judicial authorities whose task is to administer reorganisation measures;
Directive 2001-0024
administrator (central) [REG 2013-0389]   central administrator emissions trading scheme [Article 3] Definitions
(2) "central administrator" means the person designated by the Commission pursuant to Article 20 of Directive 2003/87/EC;
REG 2013-0389
Administrator (Central) [REG 2004-2216]   Central Administrator standardised and secured system of registries [Article 2] Definitions
(h) "Central Administrator" means the person designated by the Commission pursuant to Article 20 of Directive 2003/87/EC to operate and maintain the Community independent transaction log;
REG 2004-2216
Administrator (Central) [REG 2008-0994]   Central Administrator standardised and secured system of registries [Article 2] Definitions
(g) "Central Administrator" means the person designated by the Commission pursuant to Article 20 of Directive 2003/87/EC;
REG 2008-0994
Administrator (Central) [REG 2010-0920]   Central Administrator standardised and secured system of registries (greenhouse gas emission allowance trading) [Article 2] Definitions
2. "Central Administrator" means the person designated by the Commission pursuant to Article 20 of Directive 2003/87/EC;
REG 2010-0920
administrator (central) [REG 2011-1193]   central administrator emissions trading scheme [Article 3] Definitions
(2) "central administrator" means the person designated by the Commission pursuant to Article 20 of Directive 2003/87/EC;
REG 2011-1193
administrator (national) [REG 2013-0389]   national administrator emissions trading scheme [Article 3] Definitions
(22) "national administrator" means the entity responsible for administering on behalf of a Member State a set of user accounts under the jurisdiction of a Member State in the Union Registry, designated in accordance with Article 8;
REG 2013-0389
administrator (national) [REG 2010-0920]   national administrator standardised and secured system of registries (greenhouse gas emission allowance trading) [Article 2] Definitions
23. "national administrator" shall refer to the entity responsible for managing on behalf of a Member State a set of user accounts under the jurisdiction of a Member State in the Union registry, designated in accordance with Article 6;
REG 2010-0920
administrator (national) [REG 2011-1193]   national administrator emissions trading scheme [Article 3] Definitions
(22) "national administrator" means the entity responsible for managing on behalf of a Member State a set of user accounts under the jurisdiction of a Member State in the Union Registry, designated in accordance with Article 7;
REG 2011-1193
administrator (registry) [REG 2004-2216]   registry administrator standardised and secured system of registries [Article 2] Definitions
(q) "registry administrator" means the competent authority, persons or person, designated by the Member State or the Commission, that operates and maintains a registry in accordance with the requirements of Directive 2003/87/EC, Decision No 280/2004/EC and this Regulation;
REG 2004-2216
administrator (registry) [REG 2010-0920]   registry administrator standardised and secured system of registries (greenhouse gas emission allowance trading) [Article 2] Definitions
22. "registry administrator" shall refer to the registry administrator of the Union registry or any other Kyoto Protocol registry;
REG 2010-0920
administrator [Directive 2009-0138]   administrator business of Insurance and Reinsurance (Solvency II) [Article 268] Definitions
(e) "administrator" means a person or body appointed by the competent authorities for the purpose of administering reorganisation measures;
Directive 2009-0138
administrator of an account [REG 2010-0920]   administrator of an account standardised and secured system of registries (greenhouse gas emission allowance trading) [Article 2] Definitions
24. "administrator of an account" shall refer to the administrator determined for a particular type of account in the third column of Table I-I in Annex I.
REG 2010-0920
admission (temporary) [REG 2015-0262]   temporary admission identification of equidae (Equine Passport Regulation) [Article 2] Definitions
(k) "temporary admission" means the status of a registered horse coming from a third country and admitted into the Union for a period of less than 90 days pursuant to a Decision adopted in accordance with point (b) of Article 19 of Directive 2009/156/EC;
REG 2015-0262
admission (temporary) [Directive 1990-0426]   temporary admission animal health conditions governing the movement and import from third countries of equidae [Article 2]
(i) "temporary admission" means the status of a registered animal originating in a third country and admitted into Community territory for a period of less than 90 days to be fixed by the Commission in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 24, depending on the health situation in the country of origin.
Directive 1990-0426
admission (temporary) [Directive 2009-0156]   temporary admission animal health conditions (from third countries of equidae) [Article 2]
(i) "temporary admission" means the status of registered equidae originating in a third country and admitted into Community territory for a period of less than 90 days to be fixed in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 21(2), depending on the health situation in the country of origin.
Directive 2009-0156
ADN [Directive 2008-0068]   ADN inland transport of dangerous goods [Article 2] Definitions
3. "ADN" shall mean the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Inland Waterways, concluded at Geneva on 26 May 2000, as amended;
Directive 2008-0068
ADNR (Agreement on transport of dangerous goods on the Rhine) [Directive 2009-0100]   Agreement on transport of dangerous goods on the Rhine (ADNR) navigability licences for inland waterway vessels [Article 1]
This Directive shall not prejudice the provisions laid down in the Rhine Vessel Inspection Regulation and in the Agreement on transport of dangerous goods on the Rhine (ADNR).
Directive 2009-0100
adolescent [Directive 1994-0033 (2007-06-28)]   adolescent protection of young people at work [Article 3] Definitons
(c) "adolescent" shall mean any young person of at least 15 years of age but less than 18 years of age who is no longer subject to compulsory full-time schooling under national law;
Directive 1994-0033 (2007-06-28)
adoption date (euro) [REG 1998-0974]   euro adoption date introduction of the euro [PART I] DEFINITIONS [Article 1]
(d) "euro adoption date" shall mean either the date on which the respective Member State enters the third stage under Article 121(3) of the Treaty or the date on which the abrogation of the respective Member State’s derogation under Article 122(2) of the Treaty enters into force, as the case may be;
REG 1998-0974
ADR [REG 2004-0874(2009-06-30)]   ADR (Alternative dispute resolution) .eu Top Level Domain and the principles governing registration [Article 22] Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) procedure
1. An ADR procedure may be initiated by any party where:
(a) the registration is speculative or abusive within the meaning of Article 21; or
(b) a decision taken by the Registry conflicts with this Regulation or with Regulation (EC) No 733/2002.
2. Participation in the ADR procedure shall be compulsory for the holder of a domain name and the Registry.
3. A fee for the ADR shall be paid by the complainant.
4. Unless otherwise agreed by the parties, or specified otherwise in the registration agreement between registrar and domain name holder, ・・・
REG 2004-0874(2009-06-30)
ADR [REG 2013-0524w]   ADR (alternative dispute resolution) consumer ODR Whereas:
(3) In its Communication of 13 April 2011 entitled "Single Market Act — Twelve levers to boost growth and strengthen confidence — "Working together to create new growth" ", the Commission identified legislation on alternative dispute resolution (ADR) which includes an electronic commerce dimension as one of the twelve levers to boost growth and strengthen confidence in the Single Market.
REG 2013-0524
ADR [Directive 1989-0684]   ADR vocational training for certain drivers of vehicles carrying dangerous goods by road [Article 2] Definitions
1. "ADR" shall mean the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR), concluded in Geneva on 30 September 1957, as amended on the date on which this Directive is adopted;
Directive 1989-0684
ADR [Directive 1994-0055]   ADR transport of dangerous goods by road [Article 2]
- "ADR" shall mean the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road, concluded at Geneva on 30 September 1957, as amended,
Directive 1994-0055
ADR [Directive 2008-0068]   ADR inland transport of dangerous goods [Article 2] Definitions
1. "ADR" shall mean the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road, concluded at Geneva on 30 September 1957, as amended;
Directive 2008-0068
ADR entity [Directive 2013-0011]   ADR entity alternative dispute resolution for consumer disputes [Article 4] Definitions
1. (h) "ADR entity" means any entity, however named or referred to, which is established on a durable basis and offers the resolution of a dispute through an ADR procedure and that is listed in accordance with Article 20(2);
Directive 2013-0011
ADR entity [REG 2013-0524]   ADR (alternative dispute resolution) entity consumer ODR [Article 4] Definitions
1. (i) "alternative dispute resolution entity" ("ADR entity") means an ADR entity as defined in point (h) of Article 4(1) of Directive 2013/11/EU;
REG 2013-0524
ADR procedure [Directive 2013-0011]   ADR procedure alternative dispute resolution for consumer disputes [Article 4] Definitions
1. (g) "ADR procedure" means a procedure, as referred to in Article 2, which complies with the requirements set out in this Directive and is carried out by an ADR entity;
Directive 2013-0011
ADR procedure [REG 2013-0524]   ADR (alternative dispute resolution) procedure consumer ODR [Article 4] Definitions
1. (h) "alternative dispute resolution procedure" ("ADR procedure") means a procedure for the out-of-court resolution of disputes as referred to in Article 2 of this Regulation;
REG 2013-0524
ADS B [REG 2012-0923]   ADS-B (automatic dependent surveillance — broadcast) common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
47. "automatic dependent surveillance — broadcast (ADS-B)" means a means by which aircraft, aerodrome vehicles and other objects can automatically transmit and/or receive data such as identification, position and additional data, as appropriate, in a broadcast mode via a data link;
REG 2012-0923
ADS C [REG 2012-0923]   ADS-C (automatic dependent surveillance — contract) common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
48. "automatic dependent surveillance — contract (ADS-C)" means a means by which the terms of an ADS-C agreement will be exchanged between the ground system and the aircraft, via a data link, specifying under what conditions ADS-C reports would be initiated, and what data would be contained in the reports;
REG 2012-0923
ADS C agreement [REG 2012-0923]   ADS-C agreement common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
2. "ADS-C agreement" means a reporting plan which establishes the conditions of ADS-C data reporting (i.e. data required by the air traffic services unit and frequency of ADS-C reports which have to be agreed to prior to using ADS-C in the provision of air traffic services);
REG 2012-0923
ADS endorsement [REG 2011-0805]   Automatic Dependent Surveillance (ADS) endorsement air traffic controllers' licences [Article 11] Rating endorsements
2. The Approach Control Surveillance (APS) rating shall bear at least one of the following endorsements:
(d) the Automatic Dependent Surveillance (ADS) endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder is competent to provide an approach control service with the use of automatic dependent surveillance;
REG 2011-0805
ADS-B [REG 2011-1207]   ADS-B performance and the interoperability of surveillance for the single European sky [Article 3] Definitions
(3) "ADS-B" means automatic dependent surveillance — broadcast, a surveillance technique in which aircraft automatically provide, via a data link, data derived from on- board navigation and position-fixing systems;
REG 2011-1207
ADS-B Out [REG 2011-1207]   ADS-B Out performance and the interoperability of surveillance for the single European sky [Article 3] Definitions
(4) "ADS-B Out" means the provision of ADS-B surveillance data from an aircraft transmit perspective;
REG 2011-1207
adsorber (NOx, lean) [REG 2014-0134A10]   lean NOx adsorber environmental and propulsion unit performance requirements [ANNEX XI] Vehicle propulsion family with regard to environmental performance demonstration tests
2. Definitions
2.8. "lean NO x adsorber" means a storage of NO x fitted into the exhaust system of a vehicle which is purged by the release of a reactant in the exhaust flow;
REG 2014-0134
ADt [Decision 2014-0687A]   ADt BAT conclusions, under Directive 2010/75/EU for the production of pulp, paper and board [ANNEX] BAT CONCLUSIONS FOR THE PRODUCTION OF PULP, PAPER AND BOARD : ACRONYMS
ADt : Air Dry tonnes (of pulp) expressed as 90 % dryness.
Decision 2014-0687
adult [REG 2012-0965A1]   passenger classification (adult, child/children, infant) civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(5) For the purpose of passenger classification:
(a) "adult" means a person of an age of 12 years and above;
(b) "child/children" means persons who are of an age of two years and above but who are less than 12 years of age;
(c) "infant" means a person under the age of two years;
REG 2012-0965
adult bovine animals [REG 1999-1254]   adult bovine animals common organisation of the market in beef and veal [Article 1]
2.(b) "adult bovine animals" shall mean bovine animals the live weight of which is more than 300 kilograms.
REG 1999-1254
Adult Competencie (Assessment of, Internationalm, Programme for the) [2013-IP-0922]   PIAAC (Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencie) adult skills highlights need to improve education and training  The survey, also known as the Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC), was launched by Androulla Vassiliou, European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth, and Angel Gurria, Secretary General of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). 2013-IP-0922
adult education [Decision 2006-1720 (2008-12-31)]   adult education field of lifelong learning [Article 2] Definitions
13. "adult education" means all forms of non-vocational adult learning, whether of a formal, non-formal or informal nature;
Decision 2006-1720 (2008-12-31)
adult female manikin (5th percentile) [REG 2014-0003]   5th percentile adult female manikin vehicle functional safety requirements for the approval of two- or three-wheel vehicles and quadricycles [Article 2] Definitions
(109) "5th percentile adult female manikin" means a physical anthropomorphic test device possessing specified dimensions and masses or a virtual model, both representing the body of a small female human;
REG 2014-0003
adult learner [Decision 2006-1720 (2008-12-31)]   adult learner field of lifelong learning [Article 2] Definitions
8. "adult learner" means a learner participating in adult education;
Decision 2006-1720 (2008-12-31)
Adult Skill [2013-MEMO-0860]   Adult Skills PIAAC Survey of Adult Skills 1. What does the [PIAAC] Survey of Adult Skills measure and how are the skills measured?
 The Survey directly assesses the skills of about 5 000 16-65 year olds per participating country, representing the countries' working age population. The skills tested are literacy, numeracy and problem solving in technology-rich environments (solving problems in a computer environment). The survey also asks about the use of ICT at work and in everyday life, generic skills required at work, whether the skills and qualifications match the work requirements and questions about e.g. education, work and socio-economic background.
 The proficiency that respondents showed in the test is measured on a scale from 0 to 500 points, which is divided into skills levels (from below 1 to 5 for literacy and numeracy; from below 1 to 3 for problem solving). On the literacy and numeracy scales, each additional year of education equals approximately an increase of 7 points, one proficiency level equates approximately to seven years of education. For more detailed information, see http://www.oecd.org/site/piaac/.
2013-MEMO-0860
advance (repayable) [Guide 2014-C204-01]   repayable advance State aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas 2.4.Definitions (35) For the purposes of these Guidelines:
23."repayable advance" means a loan for a project which is paid in one or more instalments and the conditions for the reimbursement of which depend on the outcome of the project;
Guide 2014-C204-01
advance (repayable) [REG 2008-0800]   repayable advance General block exemption Regulation [Article 2] Definitions
26. "repayable advance" means a loan for a project which is paid in one or more instalments and the conditions for the reimbursement of which depend on the outcome of the research and development and innovation project;
REG 2008-0800
advance (repayable) [REG 2014-0651]   repayable advance declaring certain categories of aid compatible with the internal market [Article 2] Definitions
(21) "repayable advance" means a loan for a project which is paid in one or more instalments and the conditions for the reimbursement of which depend on the outcome of the project;
REG 2014-0651
advance (repayable) [REG 2014-0702]   repayable advance aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas [Article 2] Definitions
(24) "repayable advance" means a loan for a project which is paid in one or more instalments and the conditions for the reimbursement of which depend on the outcome of the project;
REG 2014-0702
advance cross border ruling [Directive 2015-2376]   advance cross-border ruling mandatory automatic exchange of information in the field of taxation [Article 1] Directive 2011/16/EU is amended as follows:
(1) Article 3 is amended as follows:
(b) The following points are added:
14. "advance cross-border ruling" means any agreement, communication, or any other instrument or action with similar effects, including one issued, amended or renewed in the context of a tax audit, and which meets the following conditions:
(a) is issued, amended or renewed by, or on behalf of, the government or the tax authority of a Member State, or the Member State's territorial or administrative subdivisions, including local authorities, irrespective of whether it is effectively used;
(b) is issued, amended or renewed, to a particular person or a group of persons, and upon which that person or a group of persons is entitled to rely;
(c)concerns the interpretation or application of a legal or administrative provision concerning the administration or enforcement of national laws relating to taxes of the Member State, or the Member State's territorial or administrative subdivisions, including local authorities;
(d) relates to a cross-border transaction or to the question of whether or not activities carried on by a person in another jurisdiction create a permanent establishment; and
(e) is made in advance of the transactions or of the activities in another jurisdiction potentially creating a permanent establishment or in advance of the filing of a tax return covering the period in which the transaction or series of transactions or activities took place.
The cross-border transaction may involve, but is not restricted to, the making of investments, the provision of goods, services, finance or the use of tangible or intangible assets and does not have to directly involve the person receiving the advance cross-border ruling;
Directive 2015-2376
advance fixing of the refund [REG 1999-0800]   advance fixing of the refund common detailed rules for the application of the system of export refunds on agricultural products [Article 2]
1. For the purposes of this Regulation:
(d) "advance fixing of the refund" means the fixing of the refund on the day of submission of the application for an export licence or advance-fixing certificate, the rate being adjusted by any increase or corrective amount applicable to the refund;
REG 1999-0800
advance fixing of the refund [REG 2009-0612]   advance fixing of the refund common detailed rules for the application of the system of export refunds on agricultural products [Article 2]
1.(d) "advance fixing of the refund" means the fixing of the refund on the day of submission of the application for an export licence or advance-fixing certificate, the rate being adjusted by any increase or corrective amount applicable to the refund;
REG 2009-0612
advance on refund [REG 1999-0800]   advance on refund common detailed rules for the application of the system of export refunds on agricultural products [Article 2]
1. For the purposes of this Regulation:
(j) "advance on refund" means an amount equal at most to the refund paid from the time of acceptation of the export declaration;
REG 1999-0800
advance on refund [REG 2009-0612]   advance on refund common detailed rules for the application of the system of export refunds on agricultural products [Article 2]
1.(j) "advance on refund" means an amount equal at most to the refund paid from the time of acceptation of the export declaration;
REG 2009-0612
Advance Passenger Information System [2010-Memo-0349]   Advance Passenger Information System (API) information management instruments Advance Passenger Information System (API)
Purpose: Upon a Spanish initiative, the Council adopted in 2004 a directive regulating the transmission of Advance Passenger Information (API) by air carriers to border control authorities. The purpose of this instrument is to improve border control and combat irregular migration. Upon request, air carriers must communicate to border control authorities the name, date of birth, nationality, point of embarkation and border-crossing entry point of passengers travelling to the EU from third countries. Such personal data are typically taken from the machine-readable part of passengers' passports and forwarded to the authorities after the completion of check-in. Following a flight's arrival, the authorities and air carriers may retain API data for 24 hours. The API system works in a decentralised fashion through information sharing between private operators and public authorities. This instrument does not allow the exchange of API between Member States; however
Personal data covered: Personal data from passports, the point of embarkation and the EU entry point
Access to data: Border control authorities and, upon request, law enforcement authorities
Data protection rules: Directive 95/46/EC
Review mechanism: The Commission will evaluate the API system in 2011.
How useful is it? API is in force in each Member State, but only a few of them use it.
2010-Memo-0349
advance pricing arrangement [Directive 2015-2376]   advance pricing arrangement mandatory automatic exchange of information in the field of taxation [Article 1] Directive 2011/16/EU is amended as follows:
(1) Article 3 is amended as follows:
(b) The following points are added:
15. "advance pricing arrangement" means any agreement, communication or any other instrument or action with similar effects, including one issued, amended or renewed in the context of a tax audit, and which meets the following conditions:
(a) is issued, amended or renewed by, or on behalf of, the government or the tax authority of one or more Member States, including any territorial or administrative subdivision thereof, including local authorities, irrespective of whether it is effectively used;
(b) is issued, amended or renewed, to a particular person or a group of persons and upon which that person or a group of persons is entitled to rely; and
(c) determines in advance of cross-border transactions between associated enterprises, an appropriate set of criteria for the determination of the transfer pricing for those transactions or determines the attribution of profits to a permanent establishment.
Enterprises are associated enterprises where one enterprise participates directly or indirectly in the management, control or capital of another enterprise or the same persons participate directly or indirectly in the management, control or capital of the enterprises.
Transfer prices are the prices at which an enterprise transfers physical goods and intangible property or provides services to associated enterprises, and "transfer pricing" is to be construed accordingly.
Directive 2015-2376
advanced brake system [REG 2013-0168]   advanced brake system approval and market surveillance of two- or three-wheel vehicles and quadricycles [Article 3] Definitions
(23) "advanced brake system" means an anti-lock brake system, a combined brake system or both;
REG 2013-0168
advanced electronic seal [REG 2014-0910]   advanced electronic seal electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market [Article 3] Definitions
(26) "advanced electronic seal" means an electronic seal, which meets the requirements set out in Article 36;
REG 2014-0910
advanced electronic signature [Decision 2004-0563A]   advanced electronic signature Rules of Procedure [ANNEX] Commission's provisions on electronic and digitised documents Article 3 : Definitions
10. "advanced electronic signature": electronic signature within the meaning of Article 2(2) of Directive 1999/93/EC.
Decision 2004-0563
advanced electronic signature [REG 2014-0910]   advanced electronic signature electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market [Article 3] Definitions
(11) "advanced electronic signature" means an electronic signature which meets the requirements set out in Article 26;
REG 2014-0910
advanced electronic signature [Directive 1999-0093]   advanced electronic signature Community framework for electronic signatures [Article 2] Definition
2. "advanced electronic signature" means an electronic signature which meets the following requirements:
(a) it is uniquely linked to the signatory;
(b) it is capable of identifying the signatory;
(c) it is created using means that the signatory can maintain under his sole control; and
(d) it is linked to the data to which it relates in such a manner that any subsequent change of the data is detectable;
Directive 1999-0093
Advanced Emergency Braking System [2012-IP-1209]   AEBS (Advanced Emergency Braking Systems) Safer vehicles Advanced Emergency Braking Systems (AEBS)
 AEBS involves employing sensors to alert the driver when a vehicle is coming too close to the vehicle in front. If the driver does not react in time, the system automatically triggers emergency braking to prevent or reduce the impact of a collision. Such systems are particularly effective in situations where, for example, a heavy vehicle is approaching the rear of a traffic jam and its driver does not react in time or at all.
2012-IP-1209
advanced emergency braking system [REG 2012-0347w]   AEBS (advanced emergency braking systems) type-approval requirements for certain categories of motor vehicles with regard to advanced emergency braking systems Whereas:
(2) Regulation (EC) No 661/2009 lays down basic requirements for the type-approval of motor vehicles of categories M 2 , M 3 , N 2 and N 3 with regard to the installation of advanced emergency braking systems (AEBS). ・・・
REG 2012-0347
advanced emergency braking system (type of vehicle with regard to its) [REG 2012-0347]   type of vehicle with regard to its advanced emergency braking system(AEBS) type-approval requirements for certain categories of motor vehicles with regard to advanced emergency braking systems [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "type of vehicle with regard to its advanced emergency braking system" (AEBS) means a category of vehicles which do not differ in essential respects, including as to:
(a) the manufacturer's trade name or trade mark;
(b) vehicle features which significantly influence the performances of the AEBS;
(c) the type and design of the AEBS;
REG 2012-0347
advanced emergency braking system [REG 2009-0661]   advanced emergency braking system general safety of motor vehicles, their trailers [Article 3] Definitions
5. "advanced emergency braking system" means a system which can automatically detect an emergency situation and activate the vehicle braking system to decelerate the vehicle with the purpose of avoiding or mitigating a collision;
REG 2009-0661
advanced information system (inspection regime relies on an) [2010-Memo-0401]   inspection regime relies on an advanced information system (THETIS) Maritime Safety ・Why is it important to change the rules of shipping inspections?
These efforts will increase from January 2011 where the banning provisions will be extended and shipping companies and Flag States will be monitored more exhaustively. The new port state control inspection regime relies on an advanced information system, known as "THETIS", which will be operated by the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA).
・What is THETIS?

THETIS is an advanced information system, which will track every ship calling into EU ports as well as the safety record of Flag States, individual shipping companies and other key actors. The system will improve the effectiveness and quality of the visits and inspections carried out by the port State in European ports, while concentrating on the more dubious ships and alleviating the pressure on the high quality ships.

Via THETIS the information will be made available to all port state control authorities that have signed up to the Paris Memorandum of Understanding (Paris MoU), an international agreement by means of which the EU shares port state control efforts with Canada, Croatia, Iceland, Norway, the Russian Federation and Slovenia.

THETIS provides full transparency, by making the information available and daily updated on a public website.

What are the next steps?

The new regime will enter into force on 1 January 2011 and will involve EU wide harmonisation of port state control inspection standards, as currently exists, as well as, for the first time, a fully co-ordinated control of all the port state safety inspections carried out in the EU.

The pan-European system of co-ordination and analysis will allow for a more effective use of inspection resources in ports and in particular the more effective the targeting of high risk ships and companies with low safety performance. The online register will list companies whose safety performance has been low or very low for a period of three months or more. Ships on the register which are operated by companies with bad safety records of deficiencies and detentions will be subject to very frequent inspections while ships operated by companies with good records will benefit of less inspections.

The new Regime also strengthens the EU's ability to push sub-standard ships out of European waters, making it possible to ban any categories of ships, inserting a minimum time limit for a ban and introducing a permanent ban for those ships, which continue to flout the rules.
2010-Memo-0401
advanced stage of development (project at an) [Directive 2016-0797]   project at an advanced stage of development interoperability of the rail system within the European Union [Article 2] Definitions
(23) "project at an advanced stage of development" means any project the planning or construction stage of which has reached a point where a change in the technical specifications may compromise the viability of the project as planned;
Directive 2016-0797
advanced stage of development (project at an) [Posit 2016-0002]   project at an advanced stage of development interoperability of the rail system [Article 2] Definitions
(23) "project at an advanced stage of development" means any project the planning or construction stage of which has reached a point where a change in the technical specifications may compromise the viability of the project as planned;
Posit 2016-0002
advanced stage of development (project at an) [Directive 2008-0057]   project at an advanced stage of development interoperability of the rail system [Article 2] Definitions
(t) "project at an advanced stage of development" means any project whose planning/construction stage has reached a point where a change in the technical specifications would be unacceptable to the Member State concerned. Such an impediment may be legal, contractual, economic, financial, social or environmental in nature and must be duly substantiated;
Directive 2008-0057
Advanced therapy investigational medicinal product [REG 2014-0536]   Advanced therapy investigational medicinal product clinical trials on medicinal products for human use [Article 2] Definitions
2. (7) "Advanced therapy investigational medicinal product" means an investigational medicinal product which is an advanced therapy medicinal product as defined in point (a) of Article 2(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1394/2007 of the European Parliament and of the Council (1);
REG 2014-0536
Advanced therapy medicinal product [REG 2007-1394]   Advanced therapy medicinal product advanced therapy medicinal products [Article 2 Definitions]
1. (a) "Advanced therapy medicinal product" means any of the following medicinal products for human use:
- a gene therapy medicinal product as defined in Part IV of Annex I to Directive 2001/83/EC,
- a somatic cell therapy medicinal product as defined in Part IV of Annex I to Directive 2001/83/EC,
- a tissue engineered product as defined in point (b).
REG 2007-1394
Advanced Translational Research Infrastructure in Medicine as a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (European) [Decision 2013-0640w]   EATRIS ERIC (European Advanced Translational Research Infrastructure in Medicine as a European Research Infrastructure Consortium) European Advanced Translational Research Infrastructure in Medicine as a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (EATRIS ERIC) Whereas:
(1) The Czech Republic, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Republic of Estonia, the Italian Republic, the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Republic of Finland requested the Commission to set up the European Advanced Translational Research Infrastructure in Medicine as a European Research Infrastructure Consortium (EATRIS ERIC). The Kingdom of Spain and the Republic of France will participate initially in EATRIS ERIC as an Observer
Decision 2013-0640
advantage [Guide 2015-0855]   advantage principles of a Eurosystem Ethics Framework [Article 1] Definitions
(11) "advantage" means any gift, hospitality or other benefit of a financial or non-financial nature which objectively improves the financial, legal or personal situation of the recipient and to which the recipient is not otherwise entitled.
Guide 2015-0855
advantage [Guide 2015-0856]   advantage Ethics Framework for the Single Supervisory Mechanism [Article 1] Definitions
(10) "advantage" means any gift, hospitality or other benefit of a financial or non-financial nature which objectively improves the financial, legal or personal situation of the recipient and to which the recipient is not otherwise entitled.
Guide 2015-0856
adverse climatic event [REG 2013-1305]   adverse climatic event EAFRD (European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development) [Article 2] Definitions
1. (h) "adverse climatic event" means weather conditions, such as frost, storms and hail, ice, heavy rain or severe drought, which can be assimilated to a natural disaster;
REG 2013-1305
adverse climatic event (other) [Guide 2014-C204-01]   other adverse climatic event State aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas 2.4.Definitions (35) For the purposes of these Guidelines:
35."other adverse climatic event" means unfavourable weather conditions which do not meet the condi tions of point (35)34 of these Guidelines;
Guide 2014-C204-01
adverse climatic event (other) [REG 2014-0702]   other adverse climatic events aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas [Article 2] Definitions
(17) "other adverse climatic events" means unfavourable weather conditions which do not meet the conditions of Article 2(16) of this Regulation;
REG 2014-0702
adverse climatic event which can be assimilated to a natural disaster [Guide 2014-C204-01]   adverse climatic event which can be assimilated to a natural disaster State aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas 2.4.Definitions (35) For the purposes of these Guidelines:
34."adverse climatic event which can be assimilated to a natural disaster" means unfavourable weather conditions such as frost, storms and hail, ice, heavy or persistent rain or severe drought which destroy more than 30 % of the average of the production calculated on the basis of the preceding three-year period or a three-year average based on the preceding five-year period, excluding the high est and the lowest entry;
Guide 2014-C204-01
adverse climatic event which can be assimilated to a natural disaster [REG 2006-1857 (2013-11-09)]   adverse climatic event which can be assimilated to a natural disaster State aid to small and medium-sized enterprises active in the production of agricultural products [Article 2] Definitions
8. "adverse climatic event which can be assimilated to a natural disaster" means weather conditions such as frost, hail, ice, rain or drought which destroy more than 30 % of the average of annual production of a given farmer in the preceding three-year period or a three-year average based on the preceding five-year period, excluding the highest and lowest entry;
REG 2006-1857 (2013-11-09)
adverse climatic event which can be assimilated to a natural disaster [REG 2013-1308]   adverse climatic event which can be assimilated to a natural disaster common organisation of the markets in agricultural products [Article 3] Definitions
5. (b) "adverse climatic event which can be assimilated to a natural disaster" means weather conditions such as frost, hail, ice, rain or drought which destroy more than 30 % of the average annual production of a given farmer in the preceding three-year period or a three-year average based on the preceding five-year period, excluding the highest and lowest entry
REG 2013-1308
adverse climatic event which can be assimilated to a natural disaster [REG 2014-0702]   adverse climatic event which can be assimilated to a natural disaster aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas [Article 2] Definitions
(16) "adverse climatic event which can be assimilated to a natural disaster" means unfavourable weather conditions such as frost, storms and hail, ice, heavy or persistent rain or severe drought which destroy more than 30 % of the average of the production calculated on the basis of: (a) the preceding three-year period; or (b) a three-year average based on the preceding five-year period, excluding the highest and the lowest entry;
REG 2014-0702
adverse effect level (observed, no) [REG 2014-0260A]   NOAEL (no-observed-adverse-effect level) REACH test methods [ANNEX] The Annex to Regulation (EC) No 440/2008 is amended as follows:
(4) Chapters B.7 and B.8 are replaced by the following:
Appendix 1 : DEFINITIONS
NOAEL is the abbreviation for no-observed-adverse-effect level. This is the highest dose level where no adverse treatment-related findings are observed due to treatment.
REG 2014-0260
adverse event [Posit 2017-0002] adverse event medical devices [Article 2] Definitions
(57) "adverse event" means any untoward medical occurrence, unintended disease or injury or any untoward clinical signs, including an abnormal laboratory finding, in subjects, users or other persons, in the context of a clinical investigation, whether or not related to the investigational device;
Posit 2017-0002
adverse event [Posit 2017-0003] adverse event 【インビトロ診断機器指令】
in vitro diagnostic medical devices
[Article 2] Definitions
(60) "adverse event" means any untoward medical occurrence, inappropriate patient management decision, unintended disease or injury or any untoward clinical signs, including an abnormal laboratory finding, in subjects, users or other persons, in the context of a performance study, whether or not related to the device for performance study;
Posit 2017-0003
Adverse event [REG 2014-0536]   Adverse event clinical trials on medicinal products for human use [Article 2] Definitions
2. (32) "Adverse event" means any untoward medical occurrence in a subject to whom a medicinal product is administered and which does not necessarily have a causal relationship with this treatment;
REG 2014-0536
adverse event (serious) [Posit 2017-0002] serious adverse event medical devices [Article 2] Definitions
(58) "serious adverse event" means any adverse event that led to any of the following:
(a) death,
(b) serious deterioration in the health of the subject, that resulted in any of the following:
(i) life-threatening illness or injury,
(ii) permanent impairment of a body structure or a body function,
(iii) hospitalisation or prolongation of patient hospitalisation,
(iv) medical or surgical intervention to prevent life-threatening illness or injury or permanent impairment to a body structure or a body function,
(v) chronic disease,
(c) foetal distress, foetal death or a congenital physical or mental impairment or birth defect;
Posit 2017-0002
adverse event (serious) [Posit 2017-0003] serious adverse event 【インビトロ診断機器指令】
in vitro diagnostic medical devices
[Article 2] Definitions
(61) "serious adverse event" means any adverse event that led to any of the following:
(a) a patient management decision resulting in death or an imminent life-threatening situation for the individual being tested, or in the death of the individual's offspring,
(b) death,
(c) serious deterioration in the health of the individual being tested or the recipient of tested donations or materials, that resulted in any of the following:
(i) life-threatening illness or injury,
(ii) permanent impairment of a body structure or a body function,
(iii) hospitalisation or prolongation of patient hospitalisation,
(iv) medical or surgical intervention to prevent life-threatening illness or injury or permanent impairment to a body structure or a body function,
(v) chronic disease,
(d) foetal distress, foetal death or a congenital physical or mental impairment or birth defect;
Posit 2017-0003
adverse event (Serious) [REG 2014-0536]   Serious adverse event clinical trials on medicinal products for human use [Article 2] Definitions
2. (33) "Serious adverse event" means any untoward medical occurrence that at any dose requires inpatient hospitalisation or prolongation of existing hospitalisation, results in persistent or significant disability or incapacity, results in a congenital anomaly or birth defect, is life-threatening, or results in death;
REG 2014-0536
adverse event (serious) [Directive 2002-0098]   serious adverse event standards of quality and safety for the collection, testing, processing, storage and distribution of human blood and blood components [Article 3] Definitions
(g) "serious adverse event" shall mean any untoward occurrence associated with the collection, testing, processing, storage and distribution, of blood and blood components that might lead to death or life-threatening, disabling or incapacitating conditions for patients or which results in, or prolongs, hospitalisation or morbidity;
Directive 2002-0098
adverse event (serious) [Directive 2004-0023]   serious adverse event quality and safety for the donation, procurement, testing, processing, preservation, storage and distribution of human tissues and cells [Article 3] Definitions
(m) "serious adverse event" means any untoward occurrence associated with the procurement, testing, processing, storage and distribution of tissues and cells that might lead to the transmission of a communicable disease, to death or life-threatening, disabling or incapacitating conditions for patients or which might result in, or prolong, hospitalisation or morbidity;
Directive 2004-0023
adverse event (serious) [Directive 2010-0045]   serious adverse event common system of value added tax [Article 3] Definitions
(n) "serious adverse event" means any undesired and unexpected occurrence associated with any stage of the chain from donation to transplantation that might lead to the transmission of a communicable disease, to death or life- threatening, disabling or incapacitating conditions for patients or which results in, or prolongs, hospitalisation or morbidity;
Directive 2010-0045
adverse event [Directive 2001-0020]   adverse event good clinical practice in the conduct of clinical trials on medicinal products for human use (m) "adverse event": any untoward medical occurrence in a patient or clinical trial subject administered a medicinal product and which does not necessarily have a causal relationship with this treatment; Directive 2001-0020
adverse reaction (serious) [Directive 2002-0098]   serious adverse reaction standards of quality and safety for the collection, testing, processing, storage and distribution of human blood and blood components [Article 3] Definitions
(h) "serious adverse reaction" shall mean an unintended response in donor or in patient associated with the collection or transfusion of blood or blood components that is fatal, life-threatening, disabling, incapacitating, or which results in, or prolongs, hospitalisation or morbidity;
Directive 2002-0098
adverse reaction (serious) [Directive 2004-0023]   serious adverse reaction quality and safety for the donation, procurement, testing, processing, preservation, storage and distribution of human tissues and cells [Article 3] Definitions
(n) "serious adverse reaction" means an unintended response, including a communicable disease, in the donor or in the recipient associated with the procurement or human application of tissues and cells that is fatal, life-threatening, disabling, incapacitating or which results in, or prolongs, hospitalisation or morbidity;
Directive 2004-0023
adverse reaction (serious) [Directive 2010-0045]   serious adverse reaction common system of value added tax [Article 3] Definitions
(o) "serious adverse reaction" means an unintended response, including a communicable disease, in the living donor or in the recipient that might be associated with any stage of the chain from donation to transplantation that is fatal, life-threatening, disabling, incapacitating, or which results in, or prolongs, hospitalisation or morbidity;
Directive 2010-0045
adverse reaction (serious, Unexpected) [REG 2014-0536]   Unexpected serious adverse reaction clinical trials on medicinal products for human use [Article 2] Definitions
2. (34) "Unexpected serious adverse reaction" means a serious adverse reaction, the nature, severity or outcome of which is not consistent with the reference safety information;
REG 2014-0536
adverse reaction [Directive 2001-0020]   adverse reaction good clinical practice in the conduct of clinical trials on medicinal products for human use (n) "adverse reaction": all untoward and unintended responses to an investigational medicinal product related to any dose administered; Directive 2001-0020
Adverse reaction [Directive 2001-0082]   Adverse reaction code relating to veterinary medicinal product [TITLE I DEFINITIONS Article 1]
10. Adverse reaction:
A reaction to a veterinary medicinal product which is harmful and unintended and which occurs at doses normally used in animals for the prophylaxis, diagnosis or treatment of disease or to restore, correct or modify a physiological function.
Directive 2001-0082
Adverse reaction [Directive 2001-0083]   Adverse reaction code relating to medicinal products for human use [TITLE I DEFINITIONS Article 1]
11. Adverse reaction:
A response to a medicinal product which is noxious and unintended and which occurs at doses normally used in man for the prophylaxis, diagnosis or therapy of disease or for the restoration, correction or modification of physiological function.
Directive 2001-0083
adverse trade effect [REG 1994-3286 (2008-03-05)]   adverse trade effects common commercial policy in order to ensure the exercise of the Community's rights under international trade rules (WTO) [Article 2] Definitions
4. For the purposes of this Regulation, "adverse trade effects" shall be those which an obstacle to trade causes or threatens to cause, in respect of a product or service, to Community enterprises on the market of any third country, and which have a material impact on the economy of the Community or of a region of the Community, or on a sector of economic activity therein. The fact that the complainant suffers from such adverse effects shall not be considered sufficient to justify, on its own, that the Community institutions proceed with any action.
REG 1994-3286 (2008-03-05)
adverse trade effect [REG 2015-1843]   adverse trade effects rights under international trade rules [Article 2] Definitions
1. (d) "adverse trade effects" means the adverse effects which an obstacle to trade causes or threatens to cause, in respect of a product or service, to Union enterprises, on the market of any third country, and which have a material impact on the economy of the Union or of a region of the Union, or on a sector of economic activity in the Union; the fact that the complainant suffers from such adverse effects shall not be considered sufficient to justify, on its own, the Union institutions proceeding with any action;
REG 2015-1843
advertisement [REG 2004-0809(2009-01-01)]   advertisement information contained in prospectuses as well as the format, incorporation by reference and publication of such prospectuses and dissemination of advertisements [Article 2] Definitions
9. "advertisement" means announcements:
(a) relating to an specific offer to the public of securities or to an admission to trading on a regulated market; and
(b) aiming to specifically promote the potential subscription or acquisition of securities.
REG 2004-0809(2009-01-01)
advertisement [REG 2012-0528]   advertisement available on the market and use of biocidal products 【バイオサイド(生物致死性製品)規則←指令】 [Article 3] Definitions
1.(y) "advertisement" means a means of promoting the sale or use of biocidal products by printed, electronic or other media;
REG 2012-0528
advertisement [POSIT 2011-0011]   advertisement making available on the market and use of biocidal products [Article 3] Definitions
1. (z) "advertisement" means a means of promoting the sale or use of biocidal products by printed, electronic or other media;
POSIT 2011-0011
advertisement [REG 2009-1107]   advertisement plant protection products [Article 3] Definitions
31. "advertisement" means a means of promoting the sale or use of plant protection products (to anyone other than the authorisation holder, the person placing the plant protection product on the market and their agents) by printed or electronic media;
REG 2009-1107
advertising (comparative) [Directive 1984-0450]   comparative advertising 【紛らわしい比較広告】 misleading and comparative advertising [Article 2]
2a. "comparative advertising" means any advertising which explicitly or by implication identifies a competitor or goods or services offered by a competitor;
Directive 1984-0450
advertising (Comparative) [Directive 1984-04503a]   Comparative advertising 【紛らわしい比較広告】 misleading and comparative advertising [Article 3a]
1. Comparative advertising shall, as far as the comparison is concerned, be permitted when the following conditions are met:
(a) it is not misleading within the meaning of Articles 2(2), 3 and 7 (1) of this Directive or Articles 6 and 7 of Directive 2005/29/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 May 2005 concerning unfair business-to-consumer commercial practices in the internal market (1);
(b) it compares goods or services meeting the same needs or intended for the same purpose;
(c) it objectively compares one or more material, relevant, verifiable and representative features of those goods and services, which may include price;
(d) it does not discredit or denigrate the trade marks, trade names, other distinguishing marks, goods, services, activities, or circumstances of a competitor;
(e) for products with designation of origin, it relates in each case to products with the same designation;
(f) it does not take unfair advantage of the reputation of a trade mark, trade name or other distinguishing marks of a competitor or of the designation of origin of competing products;
(g) it does not present goods or services as imitations or replicas of goods or services bearing a protected trade mark or trade name;
(h) it does not create confusion among traders, between the advertiser and a competitor or between the advertiser's trade marks, trade names, other distinguishing marks, goods or services and those of a competitor.
Directive 1984-0450
advertising (comparative) [Directive 2006-0114]   comparative advertising 【比較広告】
misleading and comparative advertising
[Article 2]
(c) "comparative advertising" means any advertising which explicitly or by implication identifies a competitor or goods or services offered by a competitor;
Directive 2006-0114
advertising (misleading) [Directive 1984-0450]   misleading advertising 【紛らわしい比較広告】 misleading and comparative advertising [Article 2]
2. "misleading advertising" means any advertising which in any way, including its presentation, deceives or is likely to deceive the persons to whom it is addressed or whom it reaches and which, by reason of its deceptive nature, is likely to affect their economic behaviour or which, for those reasons, injures or is likely to injure a competitor;
Directive 1984-0450
advertising (misleading) [Directive 2006-0114]   misleading advertising 【比較広告】
misleading and comparative advertising
[Article 2]
(b) "misleading advertising" means any advertising which in any way, including its presentation, deceives or is likely to deceive the persons to whom it is addressed or whom it reaches and which, by reason of its deceptive nature, is likely to affect their economic behaviour or which, for those reasons, injures or is likely to injure a competitor;
Directive 2006-0114
advertising (television) [Directive 1989-0552]   television advertising pursuit of television broadcasting activities [CHAPTER I] Definitions [Article 1]
(i) "television advertising" means any form of announcement broadcast whether in return for payment or for similar consideration or broadcast for self-promotional purposes by a public or private undertaking or natural person in connection with a trade, business, craft or profession in order to promote the supply of goods or services, including immovable property, rights and obligations, in return for payment;
Directive 1989-0552
advertising (television) [Directive 2007-0065]   television advertising pursuit of television broadcasting activities [Article 1] Directive 89/552/EEC is hereby amended as follows: Article 1
(i) "television advertising" means any form of announcement broadcast whether in return for payment or for similar consideration or broadcast for self-promotional purposes by a public or private undertaking or natural person in connection with a trade, business, craft or profession in order to promote the supply of goods or services, including immovable property, rights and obligations, in return for payment;
Directive 2007-0065
advertising (television) [Directive 2010-0013]   television advertising 【AVMSD】 Audiovisual Media Services Directive [CHAPTER I] DEFINITIONS
[Article 1]
(i) "television advertising" means any form of announcement broadcast whether in return for payment or for similar consideration or broadcast for self-promotional purposes by a public or private undertaking or natural person in connection with a trade, business, craft or profession in order to promote the supply of goods or services, including immovable property, rights and obligations, in return for payment;
Directive 2010-0013
advertising [Directive 1984-0450]   advertising 【紛らわしい比較広告】 misleading and comparative advertising [Article 2]
1. "advertising" means the making of a representation in any form in connection with a trade, business, craft or profession in order to promote the supply of goods or services, including immovable property, rights and obligations;
Directive 1984-0450
advertising [Directive 2006-0114]   advertising 【比較広告】
misleading and comparative advertising
[Article 2]
(a) "advertising" means the making of a representation in any form in connection with a trade, business, craft or profession in order to promote the supply of goods or services, including immovable property, rights and obligations;
Directive 2006-0114
advertising [REG 2007-0834]   advertising organic production and labelling of organic products [Article 2] Definitions
(m) "advertising" means any representation to the public, by any means other than a label, that is intended or is likely to influence and shape attitude, beliefs and behaviours in order to promote directly or indirectly the sale of organic products;
REG 2007-0834
advertising [REG 2011-1169]   advertising food information to consumers [Article 2] Definitions
1. (g) the definition of "advertising" in point (a) of Article 2 of Directive 2006/114/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006 concerning misleading and comparative advertising ( 7 ).
REG 2011-1169
advertising misleading [Directive 1984-0450]   advertising misleading 【紛らわしい比較広告】 misleading and comparative advertising [Article 3] In determining whether advertising is misleading, account shall be taken of all its features, and in particular of any information it contains concerning:
(a) the characteristics of goods or services, such as their availability, nature, execution, composition, method and date of manufacture or provision, fitness for purpose, uses, quantity, specification, geographical or commercial origin or the results to be expected from their use, or the results and material features of tests or checks carried out on the goods or services;
(b) the price or the manner in which the price is calculated, and the conditions on which the goods are supplied or the services provided;
(c) the nature, attributes and rights of the advertiser, such as his identity and assets, his qualifications and ownership of industrial, commercial or intellectual property rights or his awards and distinctions.
Directive 1984-0450
advice [Directive 2016-0097]   advice insurance distribution [Article 2] Definitions
1. (15) "advice" means the provision of a personal recommendation to a customer, either upon their request or at the initiative of the insurance distributor, in respect of one or more insurance contracts;
Directive 2016-0097
advice [Guide 2014-C204-01]   advice State aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas 2.4.Definitions (35) For the purposes of these Guidelines:
41."advice" means complete advice given in the framework of one and the same contract;
Guide 2014-C204-01
advice [REG 2014-0702]   advice aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas [Article 2] Definitions
(45) "advice" means complete advice given in the framework of one and the same contract;
REG 2014-0702
advice (avoidance, traffic) [REG 2012-0923]   traffic avoidance advice common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
131. "traffic avoidance advice" means an advice provided by an air traffic services unit specifying manoeuvres to assist a pilot to avoid a collision;
REG 2012-0923
advice (investment) [Directive 2014-0065]   investment advice markets in financial instruments [Article 4] Definitions
1. (4) "investment advice" means the provision of personal recommendations to a client, either upon its request or at the initiative of the investment firm, in respect of one or more transactions relating to financial instruments;
Directive 2014-0065
advice (Investment) [Directive 2004-0039]   Investment advice markets in financial instruments [Article 4] Definitions
4) "Investment advice" means the provision of personal recommendations to a client, either upon its request or at the initiative of the investment firm, in respect of one or more transactions relating to financial instruments;
Directive 2004-0039
Advisability study [Protocol Transport]   Advisability study Transport protocol [Article 2] Definitions
"Advisability study" is an investigation, in accordance with national laws, during the planning of new, large-scale building works, or major alterations or extensions of existing transport infrastructures concerning the advisability of projects from the angle of both transport policy and economic, environmental and socio-cultural impact
Protocol Transport
adviser [REG 2010-0996]   adviser investigation and prevention of accidents and incidents in civil aviation [Article 2] Definitions
(3) "adviser" means a person appointed by a State, on the basis of his or her qualifications, for the purpose of assisting its accredited representative in a safety investigation;
REG 2010-0996
advisor [Directive 2009-0128]   advisor sustainable use of pesticides [Article 3] Definitions
3. "advisor" means any person who has acquired adequate knowledge and advises on pest management and the safe use of pesticides, in the context of a professional capacity or commercial service, including private self-employed and public advisory services, commercial agents, food producers and retailers where applicable;
Directive 2009-0128
Advisory (Resolution, Avoidance System,, Collision, Airborne) [REG 2015-1018]   ACAS RA (Airborne Collision Avoidance System, Resolution Advisory) list classifying occurrences in civil aviation [ANNEX I] OCCURRENCES RELATED TO THE OPERATION OF THE AIRCRAFT
5. EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT AND METEOROLOGY
(1) A collision or a near collision on the ground or in the air, with another aircraft, terrain or obstacle (1).
(2) ACAS RA (Airborne Collision Avoidance System, Resolution Advisory).
(3) Activation of genuine ground collision system such as GPWS (Ground Proximity Warning System)/TAWS (Terrain Awareness and Warning System) "warning".
(4) Wildlife strike including bird strike.
(5) Foreign object damage/debris (FOD).
(6) Unexpected encounter of poor runway surface conditions.
(7) Wake-turbulence encounters.
(8) Interference with the aircraft by firearms, fireworks, flying kites, laser illumination, high powered lights, lasers, Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems, model aircraft or by similar means.
(9) A lightning strike which resulted in damage to the aircraft or loss or malfunction of any aircraft system.
(10) A hail encounter which resulted in damage to the aircraft or loss or malfunction of any aircraft system.
(11) Severe turbulence encounter or any encounter resulting in injury to occupants or deemed to require a "turbulence check" of the aircraft.
(12) A significant wind shear or thunderstorm encounter which has or could have endangered the aircraft, its occupants or any other person.
(13) Icing encounter resulting in handling difficulties, damage to the aircraft or loss or malfunction of any aircraft system.
(14) Volcanic ash encounter.
REG 2015-1018
advisory airspace [REG 2012-0923]   advisory airspace common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
3. "advisory airspace" means an airspace of defined dimensions, or designated route, within which air traffic advisory service is available;
REG 2012-0923
Advisory Committee on Fishery and Aquaculture [REG 2000-0657A]   Advisory Committee on Fisheries and Aquaculture (ACFA) closer dialogue with the fishing sector and groups affected by the common fisheries policy Whereas:
(2) In view of the tasks of the Advisory Committee on Fisheries and Aquaculture (ACFA) renewed under Commission Decision 1999/478/EC (1), these objectives of closer dialogue and transparency could be made easier by the introduction of new measures to improve the organisation of meetings of the ACFA, on the one hand, and the communication to the groups concerned of information concerning the issues at stake and the results achieved, on the other.
REG 2000-0657
advisory indication (resolution) [REG 2011-1332]   RA (resolution advisory) indication airborne collision avoidance [Article 2] Definitionsc
(3) "resolution advisory (RA) indication" means an indication given to the flight crew recommending a manoeuvre intended to provide separation from all threats or a manoeuvre restriction intended to maintain existing separation;
REG 2011-1332
advisory indication (traffic) [REG 2011-1332]   TA (traffic advisory) indication airborne collision avoidance [Article 2] Definitionsc
(4) "traffic advisory (TA) indication" means an indication given to the flight crew that the proximity of another aircraft is a potential threat.
REG 2011-1332
advisory route [REG 2012-0923]   advisory route common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
4. "advisory route" means a designated route along which air traffic advisory service is available;
REG 2012-0923
Advisory service [Directive 2014-0017]   Advisory services credit agreements for consumers [Article 4] Definitions
(21) "Advisory services" means the provision of personal recommendations to a consumer in respect of one or more transactions relating to credit agreements and constitutes a separate activity from the granting of a credit and from the credit intermediation activities set out in point 5.
Directive 2014-0017
advisory service (innovation) [REG 2014-0651]   innovation advisory services declaring certain categories of aid compatible with the internal market [Article 2] Definitions [Definitions for Aid for research and development and innovation]
(94) "innovation advisory services" means consultancy, assistance and training in the fields of knowledge transfer, acquisition, protection and exploitation of intangible assets, use of standards and regulations embedding them;
REG 2014-0651
advisory service (traffic, air) [REG 2012-0923]   air traffic advisory service common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
27. "air traffic advisory service" means a service provided within advisory airspace to ensure separation, in so far as practical, between aircraft which are operating on IFR flight plans;
REG 2012-0923
advisory service linked to cooperation [REG 2014-0651]   advisory services linked to cooperation declaring certain categories of aid compatible with the internal market [Article 2] Definitions [Definitions for Aid to SMEs]
(64) "advisory services linked to cooperation" means consulting, assistance and training for the exchange of knowledge and experiences and for improvement of cooperation;
REG 2014-0651
AEA (annual emission allocation unit) [REG 2013-0389]   AEA (annual emission allocation unit) emissions trading scheme [Article 3] Definitions
(27) "annual emission allocation unit" ("AEA") means a subdivision of a Member State's annual emission allocation as determined pursuant to Article 3(2) and Article 10 of Decision No 406/2009/EC equal to one tonne of carbon dioxide equivalent;
REG 2013-0389
aeblemost [Directive 2012-0012A3]   æblemost fruit juices and certain similar products intended for human consumption Amendments to Directive 2001/112/EC
[ANNEX III] PARTICULAR DESIGNATIONS FOR CERTAIN PRODUCTS LISTED IN ANNEX I
(d) "æblemost", for apple juice with no added sugar;
Directive 2012-0012
AEBS [2012-IP-1209]   AEBS (Advanced Emergency Braking Systems) Safer vehicles Advanced Emergency Braking Systems (AEBS)
 AEBS involves employing sensors to alert the driver when a vehicle is coming too close to the vehicle in front. If the driver does not react in time, the system automatically triggers emergency braking to prevent or reduce the impact of a collision. Such systems are particularly effective in situations where, for example, a heavy vehicle is approaching the rear of a traffic jam and its driver does not react in time or at all.
2012-IP-1209
AEBS [REG 2012-0347w]   AEBS (advanced emergency braking systems) type-approval requirements for certain categories of motor vehicles with regard to advanced emergency braking systems Whereas:
(2) Regulation (EC) No 661/2009 lays down basic requirements for the type-approval of motor vehicles of categories M 2 , M 3 , N 2 and N 3 with regard to the installation of advanced emergency braking systems (AEBS). ・・・
REG 2012-0347
AEBS (type of vehicle with regard to its) [REG 2012-0347]   type of vehicle with regard to its advanced emergency braking system(AEBS) type-approval requirements for certain categories of motor vehicles with regard to advanced emergency braking systems [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "type of vehicle with regard to its advanced emergency braking system" (AEBS) means a category of vehicles which do not differ in essential respects, including as to:
(a) the manufacturer's trade name or trade mark;
(b) vehicle features which significantly influence the performances of the AEBS;
(c) the type and design of the AEBS;
REG 2012-0347
AECS (auxiliary emission control strategy) [Directive 2005-0078A1]   auxiliary emission control strategy (AECS) emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from compression-ignition engines for use in vehicles [Directive 2005/55/EC is amended as follows:]
"2. DEFINITIONS
“auxiliary emission control strategy (AECS)” means an emission control strategy that becomes active or that modifies the base emission control strategy for a specific purpose or purposes and in response to a specific set of ambient and/or operating conditions, e.g. vehicle speed, engine speed, gear used, intake temperature, or intake pressure;
Directive 2005-0078
Aegean island (smaller) [Guide 2014-C204-01]   smaller Aegean islands State aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas 2.4.Definitions (35) For the purposes of these Guidelines:
6."smaller Aegean islands" means the smaller islands referred to in Article 1(2) of Regulation (EU) No 229/2013;
Guide 2014-C204-01
Aegean island (smaller) [REG 2014-0702]   smaller Aegean islands aid in the agricultural and forestry sectors and in rural areas [Article 2] Definitions
(36) "smaller Aegean islands" means the smaller islands referred to in Article 1(2) of Regulation (EU) No 229/2013 of the European Parliament and of the Council;
REG 2014-0702
AEIF [REG 2004-0881w]   European Association for Railway Interoperability (AEIF) European Railway Agency (Agency Regulation) Whereas:
(13) Directive 2001/16/EC provides that a first group of technical specifications for interoperability (TSIs) is to be drawn up not later than 20 April 2004. The Commission has given a mandate to carry out this work to the European Association for Railway Interoperability (AEIF), which brings together the manufacturers of railway equipment and the infrastructure managers and operators. Steps should be taken to preserve the experience built up by professionals from the industry in the context of the AEIF. The continuity of the work and the development of the TSIs over time requires a permanent technical framework.
REG 2004-0881
AEO [Decision 2010-0637w]   AEO (Authorised Economic Operators) Agreement between the European Community and the Government of Japan on Cooperation and Mutual Administrative Assistance Considering that a joint evaluation has confirmed that Authorised Economic Operators (hereinafter referred to as "AEO") programmes in the European Union (hereinafter referred to as "the Union") and in Japan are security and compliance initiatives and has revealed that their qualification standards for membership are compatible and lead to equivalent results, Decision 2010-0637
Aerated semi sparkling wine [REG 2013-1308A7]   Aerated semi-sparkling wine common organisation of the markets in agricultural products [ANNEX VII] DEFINITIONS, DESIGNATIONS AND SALES DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCTS REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 78
PART II : Categories of grapevine products
(9) Aerated semi-sparkling wine
"Aerated semi-sparkling wine" means the product which:
(a) obtained from wine, new wine still in fermentation, grape must or grape must in fermentation;
(b) has an actual alcoholic strength of not less than 7 % volume and a total alcoholic strength of not less than 9 % volume;
(c) has an excess pressure of not less than 1 bar and not more than 2,5 bar when kept at a temperature of 20 ℃ in closed containers due to carbon dioxide in solution which has been wholly or partially added; and
(d) is placed in containers of 60 litres or less.
REG 2013-1308
Aerated semi-sparkling wine [REG 1999-1493A1]   Aerated semi-sparkling wine common organisation of the market in wine [ANNEX I] PRODUCT DEFINITIONS
18. Aerated semi-sparkling wine: the product which:
- is obtained from table wine, quality wine psr or from products suitable for yielding table wine or quality wine psr;
- has an actual alcoholic strength of not less than 7 % vol. and a total alcoholic strength of not less than 9 % vol.;
- has an excess pressure of not less than 1 bar and not more than 2,5 bar when kept at a temperature of 20 oC in closed containers due to carbon dioxide in solution which has been wholly or partially added;
- is put up in containers of a capacity not exceeding 60 litres.
REG 1999-1493
Aerated sparkling wine [REG 2013-1308A7]   Aerated sparkling wine common organisation of the markets in agricultural products [ANNEX VII] DEFINITIONS, DESIGNATIONS AND SALES DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCTS REFERRED TO IN ARTICLE 78
PART II : Categories of grapevine products
(7) Aerated sparkling wine
"Aerated sparkling wine" means the product which:
(a) is obtained from wine without a protected designation of origin or a protected geographical indication;
(b) releases, when the container is opened, carbon dioxide derived wholly or partially from an addition of that gas; and
(c) has an excess pressure, due to carbon dioxide in solution, of not less than 3 bar when kept at a temperature of 20 ℃ in closed containers.
REG 2013-1308
Aerated sparkling wine [REG 1999-1493A1]   Aerated sparkling wine common organisation of the market in wine [ANNEX I] PRODUCT DEFINITIONS
16. Aerated sparkling wine: the product which:
- is obtained from table wine;
- releases, when the container is opened, carbon dioxide derived wholly or partially from an addition of that gas; and
- has an excess pressure, due to carbon dioxide in solution, of not less than 3 bar when kept at a temperature of 20 oC in closed containers.
REG 1999-1493
aerial spraying [Directive 2009-0128]   aerial spraying sustainable use of pesticides [Article 3] Definitions
5. "aerial spraying" means application of pesticides from an aircraft (plane or helicopter);
Directive 2009-0128
aerial work [REG 2012-0923]   aerial work common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
12. "aerial work" means an aircraft operation in which an aircraft is used for specialised services such as agriculture, construction, photography, surveying, observation and patrol, search and rescue, aerial advertisement, etc.;
REG 2012-0923
aerial work [REG 2005-2096]   aerial work common requirements for the provision of air navigation services [Article 2] Definitions
2. (a) "aerial work" shall mean an aircraft operation in which an aircraft is used for specialised services such as agriculture, construction, photography, surveying, observation and patrol, search and rescue or aerial advertisement;
REG 2005-2096
aerial work [REG 2011-1035]   aerial work common requirements for the provision of air navigation services [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "aerial work" means an aircraft operation in which an aircraft is used for specialised services such as agriculture, construction, photography, surveying, observation and patrol, search and rescue or aerial advertisement;
REG 2011-1035
aerobatic flight [REG 2012-0923]   aerobatic flight common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
5. "aerobatic flight" means manoeuvres intentionally performed by an aircraft involving an abrupt change in its attitude, an abnormal attitude, or an abnormal variation in speed, not necessary for normal flight or for instruction for licenses or ratings other than aerobatic rating;
REG 2012-0923
Aerobatic flight [REG 2011-1178A1]   Aerobatic flight technical requirements and administrative procedures related to civil aviation aircrew [ANNEX I] [PART-FCL]
SUBPART A GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
FCL.010 Definitions
"Aerobatic flight" means an intentional manoeuvre involving an abrupt change in an aircraft’s attitude, an abnormal attitude, or abnormal acceleration, not necessary for normal flight or for instruction for licences or ratings other than the aerobatic rating.
REG 2011-1178
aerobic biodegradation (Ultimate) [REG 2014-0260C29]   Ultimate aerobic biodegradation REACH test methods [ANNEX] The Annex to Regulation (EC) No 440/2008 is amended as follows:
(10) Chapters C.27, C.28, C.29 and C.30 are added:
C.29. READY BIODEGRADABILITY — CO 2 IN SEALED VESSELS (HEADSPACE TEST)
Appendix 1 : ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS
Ultimate aerobic biodegradation: The level of degradation achieved when the test chemical is totally utilised by micro- organisms resulting in the production of carbon dioxide, water, mineral salts and new microbial cellular constituents (biomass).
REG 2014-0260
aerobic biodegradation (Ultimate) [REG 2004-0648]   Ultimate aerobic biodegradation detergents [Article 2 Definitionsc]
8. "Ultimate aerobic biodegradation" means the level of biodegradation achieved when the surfactant is totally used by micro-organisms in the presence of oxygen resulting in its breakdown to carbon dioxide, water and mineral salts of any other elements present (mineralisation), as measured by test methods listed in Annex III, and new microbial cellular constituents (biomass).
REG 2004-0648
aerobically non biodegradable [Decision 2012-0721A]   aNBO (aerobically non-biodegradable) Ecolabel for Industrial and Institutional Laundry Detergents [ANNEX] EU ECOLABEL CRITERIA
Criterion 3 — Biodegradability
(b) Biodegradability of organic substances
The content of all organic substances in the product that are aerobically non-biodegradable (not readily biodegradable) (aNBO) and anaerobically non-biodegradable (anNBO) shall not exceed the following limits
aNBO
[表] Soft water (0-6 °dH) / aNBO (g/kg laundry)
Product type/Degree of soiling / Light / Medium / Heavy
Powder / 0,70 / 1,10 / 1,40
Liquid / 0,50 / 0,60 / 0,70
Multi-component-system / 1,25 / 1,75 / 2,50
Decision 2012-0721
aerodrome [REG 2012-0923]   aerodrome common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
6. "aerodrome" means a defined area (including any buildings, installations and equipment) on land or water or on a fixed, fixed off-shore or floating structure intended to be used either wholly or in part for the arrival, departure and surface movement of aircraft;
REG 2012-0923
aerodrome [REG 2014-0139]   aerodrome requirements and administrative procedures related to aerodromes [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "aerodrome" means a defined area (including any buildings, installations and equipment) on land or water or on a fixed, fixed offshore or floating structure intended to be used either wholly or in part for the arrival, departure and surface movement of aircraft;
REG 2014-0139
aerodrome (adequate) [REG 2012-0965A1]   adequate aerodrome civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(4) "adequate aerodrome" means an aerodrome on which the aircraft can be operated, taking account of the applicable performance requirements and runway characteristics;
REG 2012-0965
aerodrome (alternate) [REG 2012-0923]   alternate aerodrome common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
38. "alternate aerodrome" means an aerodrome to which an aircraft may proceed when it becomes either impossible or inadvisable to proceed to or to land at the aerodrome of intended landing. Alternate aerodromes include the following:
(a) "take-off alternate" means an alternate aerodrome at which an aircraft can land should this become necessary shortly after take-off and it is not possible to use the aerodrome of departure;
(b) "en-route alternate" means an aerodrome at which an aircraft would be able to land after experiencing an abnormal or emergency condition while en route;
(c) "ETOPS en-route alternate" means a suitable and appropriate alternate aerodrome at which an aeroplane would be able to land after experiencing an engine shutdown or other abnormal or emergency condition while en route in an ETOPS operation;
(d) "destination alternate" means an alternate aerodrome to which an aircraft may proceed should it become either impossible or inadvisable to land at the aerodrome of intended landing;
REG 2012-0923
aerodrome (alternate, take off) [REG 2012-0965A1]   take-off alternate aerodrome civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(107) "take-off alternate aerodrome" means an alternate aerodrome at which an aircraft can land should this become necessary shortly after take-off and if it is not possible to use the aerodrome of departure;
REG 2012-0965
aerodrome (controlled) [REG 2012-0923]   controlled aerodrome common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
57. "controlled aerodrome" means an aerodrome at which air traffic control service is provided to aerodrome traffic regardless whether or not a control zone exists;
REG 2012-0923
aerodrome (ERA) [REG 2012-0965A1]   ERA (en-route alternate) aerodrome civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(43) "en-route alternate (ERA) aerodrome" means an adequate aerodrome along the route, which may be required at the planning stage;
REG 2012-0965
aerodrome (ERA, fuel) [REG 2012-0965A1]   fuel ERA aerodrome civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(48) "fuel ERA aerodrome" means an ERA aerodrome selected for the purpose of reducing contingency fuel;
REG 2012-0965
aerodrome (weather permissible) [REG 2013-0800]   weather-permissible aerodrome technical requirements and administrative procedures related to air operations [Article 1] Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 is amended as follows:
(10) in Annex I, ・・・ The following new definitions shall be inserted ・・・
(126) "weather-permissible aerodrome" means an adequate aerodrome where, for the anticipated time of use, weather reports, or forecasts, or any combination thereof, indicate that the weather conditions will be at or above the required aerodrome operating minima, and the runway surface condition reports indicate that a safe landing will be possible;.
REG 2013-0800
aerodrome [REG 2009-1108]   aerodrome aerodromes, air traffic management and air navigation services [Article 1] Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 is hereby amended as follows2. Article 3 is amended as follows:
(d) the following points are added:
(m) "aerodrome" shall mean a defined area (including any buildings, installations and equipment) on land or water or on a fixed, fixed offshore or floating structure intended to be used either wholly or in part for the arrival, departure and surface movement of aircraft;
REG 2009-1108
Aerodrome Control Instrument [REG 2011-0805]   ADI (Aerodrome Control Instrument) air traffic controllers' licences [Article 11] Rating endorsements
1. The Aerodrome Control Instrument (ADI) rating shall bear at least one of the following endorsements:
(a) the Tower Control (TWR) endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder is competent to provide control services where aerodrome control is provided from one working position;
(b) the Ground Movement Control (GMC) endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder of the licence is competent to provide ground movement control;
(c) the Ground Movement Surveillance (GMS) endorsement, granted in addition to the Ground Movement Control endorsement or Tower Control endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder is competent to provide ground movement control with the help of aerodrome surface movement guidance systems;
(d) the Air Control (AIR) endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder of the licence is competent to provide air control;
(e) the Aerodrome Radar Control (RAD) endorsement, granted in addition to the Air Control endorsement or Tower Control endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder of the licence is competent to provide aerodrome control with the help of surveillance radar equipment.
REG 2011-0805
aerodrome control service [REG 2012-0923]   aerodrome control service common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
7. "aerodrome control service" means air traffic control service for aerodrome traffic;
REG 2012-0923
aerodrome control service [REG 2014-0139A1]   aerodrome control service requirements and administrative procedures related to aerodromes [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to IV
(3) "aerodrome control service" means an air traffic control (ATC) service for aerodrome traffic;
REG 2014-0139
aerodrome control service [REG 2004-0549]   aerodrome control service framework for the creation of the single European sky [Article 2] Definitions
2. "aerodrome control service" means an ATC service for aerodrome traffic;
REG 2004-0549
aerodrome control tower [REG 2012-0923]   aerodrome control tower common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
8. "aerodrome control tower" means a unit established to provide air traffic control service to aerodrome traffic;
REG 2012-0923
aerodrome equipment [REG 2014-0139A1]   aerodrome equipment requirements and administrative procedures related to aerodromes [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to IV
(4) "aerodrome equipment" means any equipment, apparatus, appurtenance, software or accessory, that is used or intended to be used to contribute to the operation of aircraft at an aerodrome;
REG 2014-0139
aerodrome equipment [REG 2009-1108]   aerodrome equipment aerodromes, air traffic management and air navigation services [Article 1] Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 is hereby amended as follows2. Article 3 is amended as follows:
(d) the following points are added:
(n) "aerodrome equipment" shall mean any equipment, apparatus, appurtenance, software or accessory, that is used or intended to be used to contribute to the operation of aircraft at an aerodrome;
REG 2009-1108
aerodrome mapping data [REG 2014-1029]   aerodrome mapping data requirements on the quality of aeronautical data and aeronautical information for the single European sky [Article 1]
Regulation (EU) No 73/2010 is amended as follows:
(1) Article 3 is amended as follows:
(c) point (10) is replaced by the following:
(10) "aerodrome mapping data" means data collected for the purpose of compiling aerodrome mapping information;
REG 2014-1029
aerodrome mapping data [REG 2010-0073]   aerodrome mapping data requirements on the quality of aeronautical data and aeronautical information [Article 3] Definitions
10. "aerodrome mapping data" means information that represents standardised aerodrome features for a defined area, including geospatial data and metadata;
REG 2010-0073
aerodrome of arrival [REG 2012-0601]   aerodrome of arrival monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions [Article 3] Definitions
(46) "aerodrome of arrival" means the aerodrome at which a flight constituting an aviation activity listed in Annex I to Directive 2003/87/EC ends;
REG 2012-0601
aerodrome of arrival [Decision 2007-0589A16]   aerodrome of arrival guidelines for the monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions [Annex I] General guidelines
2. DEFINITIONS
6. The following definitions shall apply in relation to emissions and tonne-kilometre data from aviation activities:
(b) "aerodrome of arrival" means the aerodrome at which a flight constituting an aviation activity listed in Annex I of Directive 2003/87/EC ends;
Decision 2007-0589
aerodrome of departure [REG 2012-0601]   aerodrome of departure monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions [Article 3] Definitions
(45) "aerodrome of departure" means the aerodrome at which a flight constituting an aviation activity listed in Annex I to Directive 2003/87/EC begins;
REG 2012-0601
aerodrome of departure (encoded) [REG 2013-0390A5]   encoded aerodrome of departure air navigation services and network functions [ANNEX V] LIST OF DATA TO BE PROVIDED FOR THE PURPOSE OF THIS REGULATION
3.1. Definitions
(g) "encoded aerodrome of departure" and ‘Encoded aerodrome of destination’ mean the code of the airport using the ICAO four-letter or the IATA three-letter airport designator;
REG 2013-0390
aerodrome of departure [Decision 2007-0589A16]   aerodrome of departure guidelines for the monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions [Annex I] General guidelines
2. DEFINITIONS
6. The following definitions shall apply in relation to emissions and tonne-kilometre data from aviation activities:
(a) "aerodrome of departure" means the aerodrome at which a flight constituting an aviation activity listed in Annex I of Directive 2003/87/EC begins;
Decision 2007-0589
aerodrome pair [REG 2012-0601]   aerodrome pair monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions [Article 3] Definitions
(49) "aerodrome pair" means a pair constituted by the aerodrome of departure and the aerodrome of arrival;
REG 2012-0601
aerodrome pair [Decision 2007-0589A16]   aerodrome pair guidelines for the monitoring and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions [Annex I] General guidelines
2. DEFINITIONS
6. The following definitions shall apply in relation to emissions and tonne-kilometre data from aviation activities:
(c) "aerodrome pair" means a pair constituted by an aerodrome of departure and an aerodrome of arrival;
Decision 2007-0589
Aerodrome Radar Control endorsement [REG 2011-0805]   Aerodrome Radar Control (RAD) endorsement air traffic controllers' licences [Article 11] Rating endorsements
1. The Aerodrome Control Instrument (ADI) rating shall bear at least one of the following endorsements:
(e) the Aerodrome Radar Control (RAD) endorsement, granted in addition to the Air Control endorsement or Tower Control endorsement, which shall indicate that the holder of the licence is competent to provide aerodrome control with the help of surveillance radar equipment.
REG 2011-0805
aerodrome reference point [REG 2010-1089A2]   aerodrome reference point interoperability of spatial data sets and services [ANNEX II] REQUIREMENTS FOR SPATIAL DATA THEMES LISTED IN ANNEX I TO DIRECTIVE 2007/2/EC
7. TRANSPORT NETWORKS 7.1. Definitions
- "aerodrome reference point" means the designated geographical location of an aerodrome, located near the initial or planned geometric centre of the aerodrome and normally remaining where originally established
REG 2010-1089
aerodrome taxi time [REG 2010-0255]   aerodrome taxi time common rules on air traffic flow management [Article 2] Definition
11. "aerodrome taxi time" means the pre-determined time value from off-block to take-off, expressed in minutes and valid during normal airport operations;
REG 2010-0255
aerodrome traffic [REG 2012-0923]   aerodrome traffic common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
9. "aerodrome traffic" means all traffic on the manoeuvring area of an aerodrome and all aircraft flying in the vicinity of an aerodrome. An aircraft operating in the vicinity of an aerodrome includes but is not limited to aircraft entering or leaving an aerodrome traffic circuit;
REG 2012-0923
AERODROME TRAFFIC (SIGNAL FOR) [REG 2012-0923AP1]   SIGNALS FOR AERODROME TRAFFIC common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation Appendix 1 : Signals
3. SIGNALS FOR AERODROME TRAFFIC
3.1. Light and pyrotechnic signals
3.1.1. Instructions
Table AP 1-1
[表] Light / From Aerodrome Control to: Aircraft in flight / Aircraft on the ground
Directed towards aircraft concerned (see Figure A1-1).
 Steady green / Cleared to land / Cleared for take-off
 Steady red / Give way to other aircraft and continue circling / Stop
 Series of green flashes / Return for landing / Cleared to taxi
 Series of red flashes / Aerodrome unsafe, do not land / Taxi clear of landing area in use
 Series of white flashes / Land at this aerodrome and proceed to apron / Return to starting point on the aerodrome
Red pyrotechnic / Notwithstanding any previous instructions, do not land for the time being
REG 2012-0923
aerodrome traffic circuit [REG 2012-0923]   aerodrome traffic circuit common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
10. "aerodrome traffic circuit" means the specified path to be flown by aircraft operating in the vicinity of an aerodrome;
REG 2012-0923
aerodrome traffic zone [REG 2012-0923]   aerodrome traffic zone common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
11. "aerodrome traffic zone" means an airspace of defined dimensions established around an aerodrome for the protection of aerodrome traffic;
REG 2012-0923
aero-medical examiners' certificate (JAR-compliant pilots') [REG 2011-1178]   JAR-compliant pilots' medical certificate and aero-medical examiners' certificate technical requirements and administrative procedures related to civil aviation aircrew [Article 2] Definitions
(9) "JAR-compliant pilots' medical certificate and aero-medical examiners' certificate" means the certificate issued or recognised, in accordance with the national legislation reflecting JAR and procedures, by a Member State having implemented the relevant JAR and having been recommended for mutual recognition within the Joint Aviation Authorities’ system in relation to such JAR;
REG 2011-1178
aeronautical activity (non) [Guide 2014-C099-03]   non-aeronautical activities State aid to airports and airlines 2.2.Definitions
25. (20)"non-aeronautical activities" means commercial services to airlines or other users of the airport, such as ancillary services to passengers, freight forwarders or other service providers, renting out of offices and shops, car parking and hotels;
Guide 2014-C099-03
aeronautical data [REG 2014-0139A1]   aeronautical data requirements and administrative procedures related to aerodromes [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to IV
(5) "aeronautical data" means a representation of aeronautical facts, concepts or instructions in a formalised manner suitable for communication, interpretation or processing;
REG 2014-0139
aeronautical data [REG 2010-0073]   aeronautical data requirements on the quality of aeronautical data and aeronautical information [Article 3] Definitions
1. "aeronautical data" means a representation of aeronautical facts, concepts or instructions in a formalised manner suitable for communication, interpretation or processing;
REG 2010-0073
aeronautical information [REG 2010-0073]   aeronautical information requirements on the quality of aeronautical data and aeronautical information [Article 3] Definitions
2. "aeronautical information" means information resulting from the assembly, analysis and formatting of aeronautical data;
REG 2010-0073
aeronautical information package (integrated) [REG 2014-1029]   IAIP (integrated aeronautical information package) requirements on the quality of aeronautical data and aeronautical information for the single European sky [Article 1]
Regulation (EU) No 73/2010 is amended as follows:
(1) Article 3 is amended as follows:
(a) point (7) is replaced by the following:
(7) "integrated aeronautical information package" (hereinafter IAIP) means a package in paper, or electronic media, which consists of the following elements:
(a) aeronautical information publications (hereinafter AIP), including amendments;
(b) supplements to the AIP;
(c) the NOTAM, as defined in point 17 and pre-flight information bulletins;
(d) aeronautical information circulars; and
(e) checklists and lists of valid NOTAMs;
REG 2014-1029
Aeronautical Information Publication [REG 2012-0923]   AIP (Aeronautical Information Publication) common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
13. "Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP)" means a publication issued by or with the authority of a State and containing aeronautical information of a lasting character essential to air navigation;
REG 2012-0923
aeronautical information service [REG 2014-0139A1]   aeronautical information service requirements and administrative procedures related to aerodromes [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to IV
(6) "aeronautical information service" means a service established within the defined area of coverage responsible for the provision of aeronautical information and data necessary for the safety, regularity, and efficiency of air navigation;
REG 2014-0139
aeronautical information service [REG 2004-0549]   aeronautical information service framework for the creation of the single European sky [Article 2] Definitions
3. "aeronautical information service" means a service established within the defined area of coverage responsible for the provision of aeronautical information and data necessary for the safety, regularity, and efficiency of air navigation;
REG 2004-0549
aeronautical information service provider [REG 2014-1029]   aeronautical information service provider requirements on the quality of aeronautical data and aeronautical information for the single European sky [Article 1]
Regulation (EU) No 73/2010 is amended as follows:
(1) Article 3 is amended as follows:
(d) point (13) is replaced by the following:
(13) "aeronautical information service provider" means the organisation responsible for the provision of an
aeronautical information service, certified in accordance with the requirements of Commission Implementing
Regulation (EU) No 1035/2011;
REG 2014-1029
aeronautical information service provider [REG 2010-0073]   aeronautical information service provider requirements on the quality of aeronautical data and aeronautical information [Article 3] Definitions
13. "aeronautical information service provider" means the organisation responsible for the provision of an aeronautical information service, certified in accordance with Commission Regulation (EC) No 2096/2005 ( 1 );
REG 2010-0073
aeronautical mobile service [REG 2012-0923]   aeronautical mobile service common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
14. "aeronautical mobile service" means a mobile service between aeronautical stations and aircraft stations, or between aircraft stations, in which survival craft stations may participate; emergency position-indicating radio beacon stations may also participate in this service on designated distress and emergency frequencies;
REG 2012-0923
aeronautical station [REG 2012-0923]   aeronautical station common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
15. "aeronautical station" means a land station in the aeronautical mobile service. In certain instances, an aeronautical station may be located, for example, on board ship or on a platform at sea;
REG 2012-0923
aeroplane [REG 2012-0923]   aeroplane common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
16. "aeroplane" means a power-driven heavier-than-air aircraft, deriving its lift in flight chiefly from aerodynamic reactions on surfaces which remain fixed under given conditions of flight;
REG 2012-0923
aeroplane [REG 2012-0965A1]   aeroplane civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(6) "aeroplane" means an engine-driven fixed-wing aircraft heavier than air that is supported in flight by the dynamic reaction of the air against its wings;
REG 2012-0965
aeroplane [REG 2014-0139]   aeroplane requirements and administrative procedures related to aerodromes [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "aeroplane" means a power-driven heavier-than-air aircraft, deriving its lift in flight chiefly from aerodynamic reactions on surfaces which remain fixed under given conditions of flight;
REG 2014-0139
aeroplane (class A, performance) [REG 2012-0965A1]   performance class A aeroplanes civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(90) "performance class A aeroplanes" means multi-engined aeroplanes powered by turbo-propeller engines with an MOPSC of more than nine or a maximum take-off mass exceeding 5 700 kg, and all multi-engined turbo-jet powered aeroplanes;
REG 2012-0965
aeroplane (class B, performance) [REG 2012-0965]   performance class B aeroplanes civil aviation [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "performance class B aeroplanes" means aeroplanes powered by propeller engines with a maximum operational passenger seating configuration of nine or less and a maximum take- off mass of 5 700 kg or less;
REG 2012-0965
aeroplane (class B, performance) [REG 2012-0965A1]   performance class B aeroplanes civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(91) "performance class B aeroplanes" means aeroplanes powered by propeller engines with an MOPSC of nine or less and a maximum take-off mass of 5 700 kg or less;
REG 2012-0965
aeroplane (class C, performance) [REG 2012-0965A1]   performance class C aeroplanes civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(92) "performance class C aeroplanes" means aeroplanes powered by reciprocating engines with an MOPSC of more than nine or a maximum take-off mass exceeding 5 700 kg;
REG 2012-0965
aeroplane (Class of) [REG 2011-1178A1]   Class of aeroplane technical requirements and administrative procedures related to civil aviation aircrew [ANNEX I] [PART-FCL]
SUBPART A GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
FCL.010 Definitions
"Class of aeroplane" means a categorisation of single-pilot aeroplanes not requiring a type rating.
REG 2011-1178
aeroplane (jet, subsonic, Civil) [Directive 2002-0030 (2008-12-11)]   Civil subsonic jet aeroplanes noise-related operating restrictions at Community airports [Article 2] Definitions
(c) "Civil subsonic jet aeroplanes" shall mean aeroplanes with a maximum certificated take-off mass of 34 000 kg or more, or with a certified maximum internal accommodation for the aeroplane type in question consisting of more than 19 passenger seats, excluding any seats for crew only;
Directive 2002-0030 (2008-12-11)
aeroplane (jet, subsonic, civil) [REG 1999-0925(1999-05-04)]   civil subsonic jet aeroplane civil subsonic jet aeroplanes [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "civil subsonic jet aeroplane" shall mean a civil subsonic jet aeroplane with a maximum certificated take off mass of 34 000 kg or more, or with a certified maximum internal accomodation for the aeroplane type in question consisting of more than 19 passenger seats, excluding any seats for crew only, and powered by engines with a by-pass ratio of less than three;
REG 1999-0925(1999-05-04)
aeroplane (jet, subsonic, civil, recertificated) [REG 1999-0925(1999-05-04)]   recertificated civil subsonic jet aeroplane civil subsonic jet aeroplanes [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "recertificated civil subsonic jet aeroplane" shall mean a civil subsonic jet aeroplane initially certificated to Chapter 2 or equivalent standards, or initially not noise-certificated which has been modified to meet Chapter 3 standards either directly through technical measures or indirectly through operational restrictions; civil subsonic jet aeroplanes which initially could only be dual-certificated to the standards of Chapter 3 by means of weight restrictions, have to be considered as recertificated aeroplanes; civil subsonic jet aeroplanes which have been modified to meet Chapter 3 standards by being completely re-engined with engines having a by-pass ratio of three or more are not to be considered as recertificated aeroplanes;
REG 1999-0925(1999-05-04)
aeroplane (large) [REG 2015-0640]   large aeroplane additional airworthiness specifications for a given type of operations [Article 2] Definitions
(b) "large aeroplane" shall mean an aeroplane that has the Certification Specifications for large aeroplanes ‘CS-25’ or equivalent in its certification basis.
REG 2015-0640
aeroplane (registration of an) [REG 1999-0925(1999-05-04)]   registration of an aeroplane civil subsonic jet aeroplanes [Article 2] Definitions
(5) "registration of an aeroplane" shall mean the formal act whereby the nationality of an aeroplane is established through its entry on the national register of a Member State or a third country;
REG 1999-0925(1999-05-04)
Aeroplane [REG 2011-1178A1]   Aeroplane technical requirements and administrative procedures related to civil aviation aircrew [ANNEX I] [PART-FCL]
SUBPART A GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
FCL.010 Definitions
"Aeroplane" means an engine-driven fixed-wing aircraft heavier than air which is supported in flight by the dynamic reaction of the air against its wings.
REG 2011-1178
Aeroplane required to be operated with a co-pilot [REG 2011-1178A1]   Aeroplane required to be operated with a co-pilot technical requirements and administrative procedures related to civil aviation aircrew [ANNEX I] [PART-FCL]
SUBPART A GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
FCL.010 Definitions
"Aeroplane required to be operated with a co-pilot" means a type of aeroplane which is required to be operated with a co-pilot as specified in the flight manual or by the air operator certificate.
REG 2011-1178
aerosol (Flammable) [Directive 1975-0324A(2009-04-20)]   Flammable aerosols aerosol dispensers [ANNEX] 1. DEFINITIONS
1.9. Flammable aerosols
For the purpose of this Directive, an aerosol is considered as "nonflammable", "flammable" or "extremely flammable" according to its chemical heat of combustion and mass content of flammable components, as follows:
(a) The aerosol is classified as "extremely flammable" if it contains 85 % or more flammable components and the chemical heat of combustion exceeds or is equal to 30 kJ/g;
(b) The aerosol is classified as ‘non-flammable’ if it contains 1 %
or less flammable components and the chemical heat of
combustion is less than 20 kJ/g;
(c) All other aerosols will be submitted to the following flammability
classification procedures or shall be classified as
"extremely flammable". The ignition distance test, the enclosed space test and the foam flammability test shall comply with point 6.3.
1.9.1. Flammable spray aerosols
In the case of spray aerosols the classification shall be made taking into account the chemical heat of combustion and on the basis of the results of the ignition distance test, as follows:
(a) If the chemical heat of combustion is less than 20 kJ/g:
(i) The aerosol is classified as "flammable" if ignition occurs at a distance equal or greater than 15 cm but less than 75 cm;
(ii) The aerosol is classified as "extremely flammable" if ignition occurs at a distance of 75 cm or more;
(iii) If no ignition occurs in the ignition distance test, the enclosed space test shall be performed and in this case, the aerosol is classified as "flammable" if the time equivalent is less than or equal to 300 s/m3 or the deflagration density is less than or equal to 300 g/m3; otherwise the aerosol is classified as "non-flammable";
(b) If the chemical heat of combustion is equal to or more than 20 kJ/g, the aerosol is classified as "extremely flammable" if ignition occurs at a distance of 75 cm or more; otherwise the aerosol is classified as "flammable".
1.9.2. Flammable foam aerosols
In the case of foam aerosols, the classification shall be made on the basis of the results of the foam flammability test.
(a) The aerosol product shall be classified as "extremely flammable" if:
(i) the flame height is 20 cm or more and the flame duration is two seconds or more; or
(ii) the flame height is 4 cm or more and the flame duration is seven seconds or more.
(b) The aerosol product which does not meet the criteria in (a) is classified as "flammable" if the flame height is 4 cm or more and the flame duration is two seconds or more.
Directive 1975-0324(2009-04-20)
aerosol (novelty) [REG 2006-0842]   novelty aerosol fluorinated greenhouse gases [Article 2 Definitions]
19. "novelty aerosol" means those aerosol generators marketed and intended for sale to the general public for entertainment and decorative purposes as listed in the Annex to Directive 94/48/EC (1).
REG 2006-0842
aerosol (technical) [REG 2014-0517]   technical aerosol fluorinated greenhouse gases [Article 2] Definitions
(28) "technical aerosol" means an aerosol dispenser used in maintaining, repairing, cleaning, testing, disinsecting and manufacturing products and equipment, installing equipment, and in other applications;
REG 2014-0517
aerosol dispenser [Directive 1975-0324(2009-04-20)]   aerosol dispenser aerosol dispensers [Article 2]
For the purpose of this Directive, the term "aerosol dispenser" shall mean any non-reusable container made of metal, glass or plastic and containing a gas compressed, liquefied or dissolved under pressure, with or without a liquid, paste or powder, and fitted with a release device allowing the contents to be ejected as solid or liquid particles in suspension in a gas, as a foam, paste or powder or in a liquid state.
Directive 1975-0324(2009-04-20)
aerosols (LAGs) [REG 2010-0358Aa]   liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) common basic standards on aviation security [ANNEX] The Annex (Regulation (EU) No 185/2010), Chapter 4 is amended as follows:
1. Point 4.0.4. is replaced by the following:
(a) "liquids, aerosols and gels" (LAGs) shall include pastes, lotions, liquid/solid mixtures and the contents of pressurised containers, such as toothpaste, hair gel, drinks, soups, syrups, perfume, shaving foam and other items with similar consistencies;
REG 2010-0358
Aerosols [REG 2008-1272]   Aerosols classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, [ANNEX I] 2. PART 2: PHYSICAL HAZARDS
2.3. Flammable aerosols 2.3.1. Definitions
Aerosols, this means aerosol dispensers, are any non-refillable receptacles made of metal, glass or plastics and containing a gas compressed, liquefied or dissolved under pressure, with or without a liquid, paste or powder, and fitted with a release device allowing the contents to be ejected as solid or liquid particles in suspension in a gas, as a foam, paste or powder or in a liquid state or in a gaseous state.
REG 2008-1272
aerosols [REG 2010-0185A]   liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) common basic standards on aviation security [ANNEX]
12. SECURITY EQUIPMENT
12.7 EQUIPMENT FOR SCREENING LIQUIDS, AEROSOLS AND GELS (LAGs)
12.7.1 General principles
12.7.1.1 Equipment listed in point 4.1.3.1 that is used for the screening of liquids, aerosols and gels (LAGs) shall be able to detect and to indicate by means of an alarm specified and higher individual quantities of threat
materials in LAGs. 【略】
12.7.2 Standards for equipment for the screening of LAGs
12.7.3 Approval of equipment for the screening of LAGs
REG 2010-0185
aerothermal energy [Directive 2009-0028]   aerothermal energy use of energy from renewable sources 【再生可能エネルギー指令 RED】 [Article 2 Definitions]
(b)"aerothermal energy" means energy stored in the form of heat in the ambient air;
Directive 2009-0028
AES [REG 2016-0692]   AES (auxiliary emission strategy) certain flavouring substances [Article 1] Regulation (EC) No 692/2008 is amended as follows:
(1) In Article 2, the following points 43 and 44 are added:
44. "auxiliary emission strategy" (hereinafter "AES") means an emission strategy that becomes active and replaces or modifies a BES for a specific purpose and in response to a specific set of ambient or operating conditions and only remains operational as long as those conditions exist.
REG 2016-0692
AES [REG 2011-0582]   AES (Auxiliary Emission Strategy) emissions from heavy duty vehicles (Euro VI) and amending Annexes I and III [Article 2] Definitions
(24) "Auxiliary Emission Strategy" (hereinafter "AES") means an emission strategy that becomes active and replaces or modifies a base emission strategy for a specific purpose and in response to a specific set of ambient and/or operating conditions and only remains operational as long as those conditions exist;
REG 2011-0582
aEUAs [REG 2011-1193]   aEUAs (aviation allowances) emissions trading scheme [Article 3] Definitions
(7) "aviation allowances" or "aEUAs" means allowances created pursuant to Article 3c(2) of Directive 2003/87/EC;
REG 2011-1193
AF [Directive 2015-0652A1P1]   AF (adjustment factors) quality of petrol and diesel fuels [ANNEX I] METHOD FOR THE CALCULATION AND REPORTING OF THE LIFE CYCLE GREENHOUSE GAS INTENSITY OF FUELS AND ENERGY BY SUPPLIERS
Part 1 : Calculation of a supplier's greenhouse gas intensity of fuels and energy
where: (f) "AF" represents the adjustment factors for powertrain efficiencies:
[表] Predominant conversion technology / Efficiency factor
Internal combustion engine / 1
Battery electric powertrain / 0,4
Hydrogen fuel cell electric powertrain / 0,4
Directive 2015-0652
Affair (Disarmament, United Nations Office for) [Decision 2015-0203]   UNODA (United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs) and UNIDIR (the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research) outer-space activities [Article 3]
1.The High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy (HR) shall be responsible for the implementation of this Decision.
2.The technical implementation of the projects referred to in Article 2 shall be carried out by the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs (UNODA) and the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research (UNIDIR), as specified in the Annex. UNODA and UNIDIR shall perform those tasks under the responsibility of the HR. For that purpose, the HR will enter into the necessary arrangements with UNODA and UNIDIR.
Decision 2015-0203
Affair and Security Policy (Foreign, Representative of the Union for, High) [REG 2015-1908]   HR (High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy) illicit small arms and light weapons and other illicit conventional weapons and ammunition [Article 2]
1.The High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy ("HR") shall be responsible for implementing this Decision.
REG 2015-1908
affected creditor [Directive 2014-0059]   affected creditor recovery and resolution of credit institutions and investment firms [Article 2] Definitions
1. (76) "affected creditor" means a creditor whose claim relates to a liability that is reduced or converted to shares or other instruments of ownership by the exercise of the write down or conversion power pursuant to the use of the bail-in tool;
Directive 2014-0059
affected holder [Directive 2014-0059]   affected holder recovery and resolution of credit institutions and investment firms [Article 2] Definitions
1. (77) "affected holder" means a holder of instruments of ownership whose instruments of ownership are cancelled by means of the power referred to in point (h) of Article 63(1);
Directive 2014-0059
affected State [Decision 2007-0606]   affected State Civil Protection Financial Instrument [Article 2] Definitions
(c) "affected State" means the participating State or third country affected by a major emergency for which the Mechanism is activated.
Decision 2007-0606
affiliate (participating) [REG 2014-0558A1]   participating affiliate Clean Sky 2 Joint Undertaking [ANNEX I] STATUTES OF THE CLEAN SKY 2 JOINT UNDERTAKING Article 1 : Definitions
(f) "participating affiliate" means an affiliated entity as defined in Article 2(1) of Regulation (EU) No 1290/2013 performing activities of the relevant Leader, Associate or Core Partner in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in the relevant grant agreements or decisions;
REG 2014-0558
affiliate of an audit firm [Directive 2006-0043(2008-03-21)]   affiliate of an audit firm statutory audits of annual accounts and consolidated accounts [Article 2] Definitions
8. "affiliate of an audit firm" means any undertaking, regardless of its legal form, which is connected to an audit firm by means of common ownership, control or management;
Directive 2006-0043(2008-03-21)
affiliate undertaking [REG 2010-1031]   affiliate undertaking auctioning of greenhouse gas emission allowances [Article 3] Definitions
14. "affiliate undertaking" means an undertaking linked to a parent or subsidiary undertaking by a relationship within themeaning of Article 12(1) of Directive 83/349/EEC;
REG 2010-1031
affiliated entity [REG 2008-0072A]   affiliated entity ENIAC Joint Undertaking [ANNEX] STATUTES OF THE ENIAC JOINT UNDERTAKING Article 1 : Definitions
(d) "affiliated entity" means an affiliated entity as defined in Article 2 of the Regulation (EC) No 1906/2006.
REG 2008-0072
affiliated entity [REG 2008-0074A]   affiliated entity ARTEMIS Joint Undertaking [ANNEX] STATUTES OF THE ARTEMIS JOINT UNDERTAKING Article 1 : Definitions
(d) "affiliated entity" means an affiliated entity as defined in Article 2 of the Regulation (EC) No 1906/2006.
REG 2008-0074
affiliated entity [REG 2013-1290]   affiliated entity Horizon 2020 - the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020) [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "affiliated entity" means any legal entity that is under the direct or indirect control of a participant, or under the same direct or indirect control as the participant, or that is directly or indirectly controlling a participant. Control may take any of the forms set out in Article 8(2);
REG 2013-1290
affiliated entity [REG 2006-1906]   affiliated entity Seventh Framework Programme and for the dissemination of research results [Article 2] Definitions
2) "affiliated entity" means any legal entity that is under the direct or indirect control of a participant, or under the same direct or indirect control as the participant, control taking any of the forms set out in Article 6(2);
REG 2006-1906
affiliated entity [REG 2006-1908]   affiliated entity Seventh Framework Programme of the European Atomic Energy Community and for the dissemination of research results (2007 to 2011) [Article 2] Definitions
2) "affiliated entity" means any legal entity that is under the direct or indirect control of a participant, or under the same direct or indirect control as the participant, control taking any of the forms set out in Article 7, paragraph 2;
REG 2006-1908
affiliated undertaking [Directive 2013-0034]   affiliated undertakings financial statements and related reports of certain types of undertakings [Article 2] Definitions
(12) "affiliated undertakings" means any two or more undertakings within a group;
Directive 2013-0034
affiliated undertaking [Directive 1993-0038]   affiliated undertaking procurement procedures of entities operating in the water, energy, transport and telecommunications sectors [TITLE I] General provisions [Article 1]
3. "affiliated undertaking" shall mean any undertaking the annual accounts of which are consolidated with those of the contracting entity in accordance with the requirements of the seventh Council Directive 83/349/EEC of 13 June 1983, based on Article 54 (3) (g) of the EEC Treaty on consolidated accounts (1) or, in the case of entities not subject to that Directive, any undertaking over which the contracting entity may exercise, directly or indirectly, a dominant influence within the meaning of paragraph 2, or which may exercise a dominant influence over the contracting entity or which, in common with the contracting entity, is subject to the dominant influence of another undertaking by virtue of ownership, financial participation, or the rules which govern it;
Directive 1993-0038
affiliation (Member State of) [Directive 2011-0024]   Member State of affiliation patients' rights in cross-border healthcare [Article 3] Definitions
(c) "Member State of affiliation" means:
(i) for persons referred to in point (b)(i), the Member State that is competent to grant to the insured person a prior authorisation to receive appropriate treatment outside the Member State of residence according to Regulations (EC) No 883/2004 and (EC) No 987/2009;
(ii) for persons referred to in point (b)(ii), the Member State that is competent to grant to the insured person a prior authorisation to receive appropriate treatment in another Member State according to Regulation (EC) No 859/2003 or Regulation (EU) No 1231/2010. If no Member State is competent according to those Regulations, the Member State of affiliation shall be the Member State where the person is insured or has the rights to sickness benefits according to the legislation of that Member State;
Directive 2011-0024
affiliation (Member State of) [Posit 2010-0014]   Member State of affiliation patients' rights in cross-border healthcare [Article 3] Definitions
(c) "Member State of affiliation" means:
(i) for persons referred to in point (b)(i), the Member State that is competent to grant to the insured person a prior authorisation to receive appropriate treatment outside the Member State of residence according to Regulation (EC) No 883/2004 and Regulation (EC) No 987/2009,
(ii) for persons referred to in point (b)(ii), the Member State that is competent to grant to the insured person a prior authorisation to receive appropriate treatment in another Member State according to Regulation (EC) No 859/2003. If no Member State is competent according to that Regulation, the Member State of affiliation shall be the Member State where the person is insured or has the rights to sickness benefits according to the legislation of that Member State;
Posit 2010-0014
affixing a visa (separate sheet for) [REG 2009-0810]   separate sheet for affixing a visa Community Code on Visas (Visa Code) [Article 2] Definitions
8. "separate sheet for affixing a visa" means the uniform format for forms for affixing the visa issued by Member States to persons holding travel documents not recognised by the Member State drawing up the form as defined by Council Regulation (EC) No 333/2002 of 18 February 2002 on a uniform format for forms for affixing the visa issued by Member States to persons holding travel documents not recognised by the Member State drawing up the form ( 2 );
REG 2009-0810
afforestation [Decision 2013-0529]   afforestation accounting rules on greenhouse gas emissions [Article 2] Definitions
1. (c) "afforestation" means the direct human-induced conversion of land that has not been forest for a period of at least 50 years to forest through planting, seeding and/or the human-induced promotion of natural seed sources, where the conversion has taken place after 31 December 1989;
Decision 2013-0529
Africa (Eastern and
Southern) [Agreement EPA (Eastern and Southern Africa States) Decision 2012-0196]
  ESA States Agreement EPA (Eastern and Southern Africa States) [INTERIM AGREEMENT establishing a framework for an Economic Partnership Agreement between the Eastern and
Southern Africa States, on the one part, and the European Community and its Member States,
on the other part ]
UNION OF COMOROS, THE REPUBLIC OF MADAGASCAR, THE REPUBLIC OF MAURITIUS, THE REPUBLIC OF SEYCHELLES, THE REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA, THE REPUBLIC OF ZIMBABWE, hereinafter referred to as the "ESA States",
Agreement EPA (Eastern and Southern Africa States) Decision 2012-0196
African Development Community (Southern) [Decision 2011-0818w]   SADC (Southern African Development Community) consultations with the Republic of Madagascar under Article 96 of the ACP-EC Partnership Agreement Whereas:
(2) These appropriate measures were extended until 6 December 2011 by Decision 2011/324/EU since, after twelve months, no road map for a consensus- based transition had been signed by the Malagasy parties or endorsed by the Southern African Development Community (SADC), the African Union or the international community.
Decision 2011-0818
African horse sickness (free from) [Directive 1990-0426]   Member State or third country free from African horse sickness animal health conditions governing the movement and import from third countries of equidae [Article 2]
(f) "Member State or third country free from African horse sickness" means any Member State or third country in which there has been no clinical, serological (in unvaccinated equidae) or epidemiological evidence of African horse sickness on the territory concerned in the previous two years and in which there have been no vaccinations against the disease during the previous 12 months;
Directive 1990-0426
African horse sickness (free from, Member State or third country) [Directive 2009-0156]   Member State or third country free from African horse sickness animal health conditions (from third countries of equidae) [Article 2]
(f) "Member State or third country free from African horse sickness" means any Member State or third country in which there has been no clinical, serological (in unvaccinated equidae) or epidemiological evidence of African horse sickness on the territory concerned in the previous two years and in which there have been no vaccinations against the disease during the previous 12 months;
Directive 2009-0156
African horse sickness (free from, Member State) [REG 2015-0262]   Member State free from African horse sickness identification of equidae (Equine Passport Regulation) [Article 2] Definitions
(p) "Member State free from African horse sickness" means:
(i) any Member State in which there has been no clinical, serological (in unvaccinated equidae) or epidemiological evidence of African horse sickness on the territory concerned in the previous 2 years; and
(ii) in which there have been no vaccinations against that disease during the previous 12 months;
REG 2015-0262
African swine fever [Directive 2002-0060]   African swine fever control of African swine fever [Article 2] Definitions
(f) "case of African swine fever" or "pig infected with African swine fever" shall mean any pig or pig carcase:
- in which clinical symptoms or post mortem lesions of African swine fever have been officially confirmed, or
- in which the presence of the disease has been officially confirmed as the result of a laboratory examination carried out in accordance with the diagnostic manual;
Directive 2002-0060
African swine fever (outbreak of) [Directive 2002-0060]   outbreak of African swine fever control of African swine fever [Article 2] Definitions
(g) "outbreak of African swine fever" shall mean the holding where one or more cases of African swine fever has or have been detected;
Directive 2002-0060
African swine fever in feral pigs (primary case of) [Directive 2002-0060]   primary case of African swine fever in feral pigs control of African swine fever [Article 2] Definitions
(j) "primary case of African swine fever in feral pigs" shall mean any case of African swine fever which is detected in feral pigs in an area in which no measures are in place in accordance with Article 15 or 16;
Directive 2002-0060
African swine fever virus (pig suspected of being infected with) [Directive 2002-0060]   pig suspected of being infected with African swine fever virus control of African swine fever [Article 2] Definitions
(e) "pig suspected of being infected with African swine fever virus" shall mean any pig or pig carcase exhibiting clinical symptoms or showing post mortem lesions or reactions to laboratory tests carried out in accordance with the diagnostic manual which indicate the possible presence of African swine fever;
Directive 2002-0060
African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of State [REG 2009-0828(2011-05-20)]   ACP countries (African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States) import and refining of sugar products of tariff [Article 1] Scope
2. Imports from third countries which are least-developed countries (LDC) listed in Annex I to Regulation (EC) No 732/2008, whether they belong to African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States (ACP countries) or not (NON-ACP countries), shall be duty free and quota free and shall bear the reference numbers as shown in Part I of Annex I to this Regulation.
REG 2009-0828(2011-05-20)
African-EU Partnership Agreement [Decision 2010-0371(2011-12-05)]   ACP-EU Partnership Agreement (between the members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States of the one part, and the European Community and its Member States) consultations with the Republic of Madagascar under Article 96 of the ACP-EU Partnership Agreement [Article 1]
Consultations with the Republic of Madagascar under Article 96 of the Partnership agreement between the members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States of the one part, and the European Community and its Member States, of the other part, signed in Cotonou on 23 June 2000, as revised in Luxembourg on 25 June 2005, (hereinafter referred to as the "ACP-EU Partnership Agreement") are hereby concluded.
Decision 2010-0371(2011-12-05)
AFS [REG 2003-0782(2009-04-20)]   AFS (anti-fouling system) prohibition of organotin compounds on ships [Article 2] Definitions
1. "anti-fouling system" means a coating, paint, surface treatment, surface, or device that is used on a ship to control or prevent attachment of unwanted organisms;
REG 2003-0782(2009-04-20)
AFS Certificate [REG 2003-0782(2009-04-20)]   AFS-Certificate prohibition of organotin compounds on ships [Article 2] Definitions
7. "AFS-Certificate" means the certificate issued to ships in conformity with the provisions of Annex 4 to the AFS-Convention or, during the interim period, a certificate issued in accordance with the format laid down in Annex II to this Regulation, when it is issued by the administration of any Member State or by a recognised organisation acting on its behalf;
REG 2003-0782(2009-04-20)
AFS Convention [REG 2003-0782(2009-04-20)]   AFS-Convention prohibition of organotin compounds on ships [Article 2] Definitions
5. "AFS-Convention" means the International Convention on the control of harmful anti-fouling systems on ships, adopted on 5 October 2001, irrespective of its entry into force;
REG 2003-0782(2009-04-20)
AFS Declaration [REG 2003-0782(2009-04-20)]   AFS-Declaration prohibition of organotin compounds on ships [Article 2] Definitions
8. "AFS-Declaration" means a declaration drawn up under the provisions of Annex 4 to the AFS-Convention or, during the interim period, a declaration signed by the owner or the owner's authorised agent and drawn up in accordance with the format laid down in Annex III to this Regulation;
REG 2003-0782(2009-04-20)
AFS Statement of Compliance (European) [REG 2003-0782(2009-04-20)]   European AFS-Statement of Compliance prohibition of organotin compounds on ships [Article 2] Definitions
9. "European AFS-Statement of Compliance" means a document recording compliance with Annex 1 to the AFS-Convention, issued by a recognised organisation on behalf of the administration of a Member State;
REG 2003-0782(2009-04-20)
AFS-Statement of Compliance (European) [REG 2008-0536]   European AFS-Statement of Compliance prohibition of organotin compounds on ships [Article 5] Regulation (EC) No 782/2003 is amended as follows:
‘9. "European AFS-Statement of Compliance" means a document recording compliance with Annex 1 to the AFS-Convention, issued by a recognised organisation on behalf of the administration of a Member State;’;
REG 2008-0536
after disposal [Directive 1991-689]   after disposal hazardous waste [ANNEX III PROPERTIES OF WASTES WHICH RENDER THEM HAZARDOUS]
H13 Substances and preparations capable by any means, after disposal, of yielding another substance, e.g. a leachate, which possesses any of the characteristics listed above.
Directive 1991-0689
after treatment system (emission, exhaust, pollutant) [REG 2015-0096]   pollutant exhaust emissions after-treatment system environmental and propulsion unit performance requirements of agricultural and forestry vehicles [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "pollutant exhaust emissions after-treatment system" means the passage of exhaust gases through a device or system whose purpose is to chemically or physically alter the emitted pollutants prior to their release to the atmosphere, including catalysts, particulate matter traps or any other component, system or separate technical unit for the reduction or treatment of the engine gaseous and particulate matter exhaust pollutant emissions;
REG 2015-0096
aftertreatment device (particulate) [Directive 2005-0078A1]   particulate aftertreatment device emission of gaseous and particulate pollutants from compression-ignition engines for use in vehicles [Directive 2005/55/EC is amended as follows:]
"2. DEFINITIONS
"particulate aftertreatment device" means an exhaust aftertreatment system designed to reduce emissions of particulate pollutants (PT) through a mechanical, aerodynamic, diffusional or inertial separation;
Directive 2005-0078
after-treatment system (exhaust) [REG 2011-0582]   exhaust after-treatment system emissions from heavy duty vehicles (Euro VI) and amending Annexes I and III [Article 2] Definitions
(7) "exhaust after-treatment system" means a catalyst (oxidation, 3-way or any other), particulate filter, deNO x system, combined deNO x particulate filter, or any other emission reducing device, that is installed downstream of the engine;
REG 2011-0582
aftertreatment system family (engine) [REG 2011-0582]   engine aftertreatment system family emissions from heavy duty vehicles (Euro VI) and amending Annexes I and III [Article 2] Definitions
(18) "engine aftertreatment system family" means a manufacturer’s grouping of engines that comply with the definition of engine family, but which are further grouped into engines utilising a similar exhaust after-treatment system;
REG 2011-0582
age [REG 2012-0530]   age double-hull or equivalent design requirements for single-hull oil tankers [Article 3] Definitions
(9) "age" means the age of the ship, expressed in number of years from its date of delivery;
REG 2012-0530
age [REG 2014-0205]   age demographic statistics [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "age" at a given date (either reference time or date of the event) means the interval of time between the date of birth and the given date, expressed in completed years;
REG 2014-0205
age (gestational) [REG 2011-0328]   gestational age Community statistics on public health and health and safety at work [Article 2] Definitions
(c) "gestational age" means the duration of gestation, measured from the first day of the last normal menstrual period. Gestational age is expressed in completed days or completed weeks;
REG 2011-0328
age [Directive 1998-0018]   age safety rules and standards for passenger ships [Article 2] Definitions
(ha) "age" means the age of the ship, expressed in number of years after the date of its delivery;
Directive 1998-0018
age [Directive 2009-0045]   age safety rules and standards for passenger ships [Article 2] Definitions
(j) "age" means the age of the ship, expressed in terms of the number of years after the date of its delivery;
Directive 2009-0045
age [REG 2002-0417]   age accelerated phasing-in of double hull or equivalent design requirements for single hull oil tankers [Article 3] Definitions
11. "age" shall mean the age of the ship, expressed in number of years after the date of its delivery;
REG 2002-0417
age [REG 2009-1163]   age accelerated phasing-in of double-hull or equivalent design requirements for single-hull oil tankers [Article 1] Regulation (EC) No 417/2002 is amended as follows:
1. Article 3 is replaced by the following: "Article 3 Definitions
9. "age" means the age of the ship, expressed in number of years from its date of delivery;
REG 2009-1163
age [REG 2011-0349]   age Community statistics on public health and health and safety at work, as regards statistics on accidents at work [Article 1] Definitions
(d) "age" means the age of the victim at the time of the accident;
REG 2011-0349
age [REG 2011-1337]   age statistics on permanent crops [Article 2] Definitions
(8) "age" means the number of years since the planting year, which shall be considered to be year 1;
REG 2011-1337
Age class [REG 2011-1337A1]   Age classes statistics on permanent crops [ANNEX I] Statistical data on fruit and olive plantations
3. Age classes [表]
 Age (years since the planting year)
Age classes / Apple and Pear trees / Peach, Nectarine and Apricot trees / Orange, Small citrus and Lemon trees / Olive trees / Table grape vines
1 / 0-4 / 0-4 / 0-4 / 0-4 / 0-3
2 / 5-14 / 5-14 / 5-14 / 5-11 / 3-9
  ・・・・・
REG 2011-1337
age groups (appropriate) [REG 2008-1300]   appropriate age groups multi-annual plan for the stock of herring distributed to the west of Scotland and the fisheries exploiting that stock [Article 2] Definitions
(d) "appropriate age groups" means the ages from three to seven years (inclusive), or other age groups identified as appropriate by the Scientific, Technical and Economic Committee for Fisheries (STECF).
REG 2008-1300
age groups (appropriate) [REG 2008-1342]   appropriate age groups long-term plan for cod stocks and the fisheries exploiting those stocks [Article 2] Definitions
(d) "appropriate age groups" means ages 3, 4 and 5 for cod in the Kattegat; ages 2, 3 and 4 for cod in the Irish Sea, in the North Sea, Skagerrak and the eastern Channel; ages 2, 3, 4 and 5 for cod in the west of Scotland; or other age groups as advised as appropriate by STECF.
REG 2008-1342
Age limit [Directive 2013-0029]   Age limits 【新・火工品指令←Directive 2007/23/EC】
harmonisation of the laws making available on the market of pyrotechnic articles
[Article 7] Age limits and other limitations
1. Pyrotechnic articles shall not be made available on the market to persons below the following age limits:
(a) fireworks:
(i) category F1: 12 years;
(ii) category F2: 16 years;
(iii) category F3: 18 years;
(b) theatrical pyrotechnic articles of category T1 and other pyrotechnic articles of category P1: 18 years.
Directive 2013-0029
Age limits (Firework
Category 1〜3) [Directive 2007-0023]
  Age limits (Fireworks
Category 1〜3)
【火工品指令】
pyrotechnic articles
[Article 7] Age limits
1. (a) Fireworks
Category 1: 12 years.
Category 2: 16 years.
Category 3: 18 years.
Directive 2007-0023
Age limits (Other pyrotechnic articles and theatrical pyrotechnic articles
Category T1, P1) [Directive 2007-0023]
  Age limits (Other pyrotechnic articles and theatrical pyrotechnic articles
Category T1, P1)
【火工品指令】
pyrotechnic articles
[Article 7] Age limits
(b) Other pyrotechnic articles and theatrical pyrotechnic articles
Category T1 and P1: 18 years.
Directive 2007-0023
age of sexual consent [Directive 2011-0092]   age of sexual consent 【環境インパクトアセスメント指令(EIA)】
assessment of the effects of certain public and private projects on the environment
[Article 2] Definitions
(b) "age of sexual consent" means the age below which, in accordance with national law, it is prohibited to engage in sexual activities with a child;
Directive 2011-0092
age reached at the reference date [REG 2009-1201A]   age reached at the reference date population and housing censuses [ANNEX] Technical specifications of the census topics and their breakdowns
Topic: Age
The age reached at the reference date shall be reported (age in completed years).
[表 Age]
The breakdowns for "Age2 are designed to break down any total or subtotal referring to persons.
REG 2009-1201
age verification system [Directive 2014-0040]   age verification system 【新・煙草製品指令】
manufacture, presentation and sale of tobacco products
[Article 2] Definitions
(36) "age verification system" means a computing system that unambiguously confirms the consumer's age electronically in accordance with national requirements;
Directive 2014-0040
ageing (Healthy and dignified) [Decision 2011-0940w]   Healthy and dignified ageing European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations Whereas:
(16) The Council adopted, on 30 November 2009, Conclusions on "Healthy and dignified ageing", inviting the Commission, inter alia, "to develop awareness- raising activities to promote active ageing, including a possible European Year on Active Ageing and Intergenerational Solidarity in 2012".
Decision 2011-0940
ageing (Maturation) [REG 2008-0110A1]   Maturation or ageing definition, description, presentation, labelling and the protection of geographical indications of spirit drinks [ANNEX I TECHNICAL DEFINITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS]
(8) Maturation or ageing
Maturation or ageing means allowing certain reactions to develop naturally in appropriate containers, thereby giving the spirit drink in question organoleptic qualities previously absent.
REG 2008-0110
Ageing and Retirement in Europe ERIC (Health, Survey of) [Decision 2011-0166]   SHARE (Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe)-ERIC(European Research Infrastructure Consortium) SHARE-ERIC [Sole Article] Establishment of the SHARE-ERIC
1. A European Research Infrastructure Consortium for the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe named SHARE-ERIC is hereby set up according to Regulation (EC) No 723/2009.
SHARE-ERIC shall have legal personality as of the date this Decision takes effect and it shall enjoy, in each of the Member States, the most extensive legal capacity accorded to legal entities under the law of that Member State. It may, in particular, acquire, own and dispose of movable, immovable and intellectual property, conclude contracts and be a party to legal proceedings.
2. The statutes of SHARE-ERIC, as agreed ・・・
Decision 2011-0166
ageing cycle [REG 2011-0582]   ageing cycle emissions from heavy duty vehicles (Euro VI) and amending Annexes I and III [Article 2] Definitions
(14) "ageing cycle" means the vehicle or engine operation (speed, load, power) to be executed during the service accumulation period;
REG 2011-0582
Ageing Innovation Partnership (Active and Healthy) [Decision 2011-0940w]   AHAIP (Active and Healthy Ageing Innovation Partnership) European Year for Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations (23) In the context of the Europe 2020 strategy, the Commission has proposed launching an Active and Healthy Ageing Innovation Partnership (AHAIP) within the framework of the "Innovation Union" flagship initiative. The AHAIP would seek to enable citizens to live independently and in good health for longer and to increase by two the average number of healthy years of life by 2020. Decision 2011-0940
ageing or maturation [REG 1989-1576]   maturation or ageing definition, description and presentation of spirit drinks [Article 1]
3. Preliminary definitions
(e) maturation or ageing: allowing certain reactions to develop naturally in appropriate
containers, thereby giving the spirit drink in question organoleptic
qualities previously absent;
REG 1989-1576
agencies (control and supervisory, international) [REG 2010-0817]   international control and supervisory agencies (SAs) granting of export refunds related to the welfare of live bovine animals during transport Whereas:
(6) Checks in third countries for the purposes of this Regulation should be compulsory and should be carried out by agencies of Member States or by international control and supervisory agencies (hereinafter referred to as "SAs") approved and controlled by Member States in accordance with Commission Regulation (EC) No 612/2009 of 7 July 2009 on laying down common detailed rules for the application of the system of export refunds on agricultural products ( 5 ).
REG 2010-0817
agency [Decision 2000-0459]   bodies, offices and agencies organisation and operation of the Office for Official Publications of the European Communities [Article 2]
3. "bodies, offices and agencies": the bodies, offices and agencies established by or under the Treaties.
Decision 2000-0459
Agency [Decision 2007-0574 (2013-03-23)]   Agency Solidarity and Management of Migration Flows [Article 2] Definitions
4) "Agency" means the European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union as established by Regulation (EC) No 2007/2004.
Decision 2007-0574 (2013-03-23)
agency [Guide 2015-0510]   agency implementation of the Eurosystem monetary policy framework (General Documentation Guideline) [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "agency" means entities that the Eurosystem has classified as agencies. The list of entities classified as agencies is published on the ECB's website;
Guide 2015-0510
Agency [REG 2000-0141(2009-08-07)]   Agency orphan medicinal products [Article 2] Definitions
(d) "Agency" means the European Agency for the Evaluation of Medicinal Products.
REG 2000-0141(2009-08-07)
Agency [REG 2012-0528]   Agency available on the market and use of biocidal products 【バイオサイド(生物致死性製品)規則←指令】 [Article 3] Definitions
1.(x) "Agency" means the European Chemicals Agency established by Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006;
REG 2012-0528
Agency [REG 2012-0649]   Agency export and import of hazardous chemicals [Article 3] Definitions
(22) "Agency" means the European Chemicals Agency established under Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006;
REG 2012-0649
Agency [REG 2013-0603]   Agency Eurodac, Europol [Article 2] Definitions
1. (f) "Agency" means the Agency established by Regulation (EU) No 1077/2011;
REG 2013-0603
Agency [REG 2013-1052]   Agency European Border Surveillance System (Eurosur) [Article 3] Definitions
(a) "Agency" means the European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union established by Regulation (EC) No 2007/2004;
REG 2013-1052
Agency [REG 2014-0656]   Agency rules for the surveillance of the external sea borders [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "Agency" means the European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union established by Regulation (EC) No 2007/2004;
REG 2014-0656
Agency (authorised personnel of the) [REG 2006-0736]   authorised personnel of the Agency working methods of the European Aviation Safety Agency for conducting standardisation inspections [Article 2] Definitions
(c) "authorised personnel of the Agency" shall mean the persons who are legally authorised by the Agency to carry out inspections of Member States competent authorities and inspections of undertakings or association of undertakings for the purpose of verifying the application of Regulation (EC) No 1592/2002 by these authorities;
REG 2006-0736
Agency (Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive) [Decision 2009-0336]   Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency for the management of Community action in the fields of education, audiovisual and culture [Article 1] Establishment of the Agency
1. An executive agency (hereinafter referred to as the Agency) for the management of Community action in the fields of education, audiovisual and culture, the statute and main operating rules of which are laid down in Regulation (EC) No 58/2003, is hereby established.
2. The name of the Agency shall be the "Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency".
Decision 2009-0336
agency (executive) [REG 2003-0058]   executive agency statute for executive agencies to be entrusted with certain tasks in the management [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "executive agency" means a legal entity established in accordance with this Regulation;
REG 2003-0058
Agency (Executive, Council, Research, European) [Decision 2008-0037]   European Research Council Executive Agency European Research Council Executive Agency [Article 1] Establishment of the Agency
1. An executive agency (hereinafter referred to as the Agency) is hereby established for the management of Community activity in the field of research, its statute being governed by Council Regulation (EC) No 58/2003.
2. The name of the Agency shall be "The European Research Council Executive Agency".
Decision 2008-0037
Agency (Executive, Council, Research, European) [Decision 2013-0779]   European Research Council Executive Agency European Research Council Executive Agency [Article 1] Establishment
The European Research Council Executive Agency (hereinafter referred to as the Agency) is hereby established and shall replace and succeed the executive agency set up by Decision 2008/37/EC from 1 January 2014 until 31 December 2024, its statute being governed by Regulation (EC) No 58/2003.
Decision 2013-0779
Agency (Executive, Network, Transport, Trans European) [Decision 2007-0060 (2008-07-11)]   Trans-European Transport Network Executive Agency Trans-European Transport Network Executive Agency [Article 1] Setting up the agency
1. An executive agency (hereinafter "the Agency") is hereby set up for the management of Community action in the field of the trans-European transport network, the status of which is governed by Regulation (EC) No 58/2003.
2. The Agency shall be known as the "Trans-European Transport Network Executive Agency".
Decision 2007-0060 (2008-07-11)
Agency (Executive, Research) [Decision 2008-0046]   Research Executive Agency Research Executive Agency [Article 1] Establishment of the Agency
1. An executive agency (hereinafter referred to as the Agency) is hereby established for the management of Community activity in the field of research, its statute being governed by Council Regulation (EC) No 58/2003.
2. The name of the Agency shall be the "Research Executive Agency".
Decision 2008-0046
Agency (Executive, Research) [Decision 2013-0778]   Research Executive Agency Research Executive Agency [Article 1] Establishment
The Research Executive Agency (hereinafter referred to as the Agency) is hereby established and shall replace and succeed the executive agency set up by Decision 2008/46/EC from 1 January 2014 until 31 December 2024, its statute being governed by Regulation (EC) No 58/2003.
Decision 2013-0778
agency (intervention) [REG 2009-1272]   intervention agency buying-in and selling of agricultural products under public intervention [Article 1] Scope and definition
2. For the purposes of this Regulation, "intervention agency" shall mean the paying agency or the agency delegated by the paying agency in accordance with Article 2(1) of Regulation (EC) No 884/2006.
REG 2009-1272
Agency (Medicine, European) [Decision 2005-0387w]   EMEA (European Medicines Agency) information exchange, risk-assessment and control of new psychoactive substances Whereas:
(9) In addition to what is provided for under the pharmacovigilance systems as defined in Directive 2001/82/EC and in Directive 2001/83/EC, the exchange of information on abused or misused psychoactive substances needs to be reinforced and appropriate cooperation with the European Medicines Agency (hereinafter "EMEA") ensured. The United Nations Commission on Narcotic Drugs (hereinafter "CND") Resolution 46/7 "Measures to promote the exchange of information on new patterns of drug use and on psychoactive substances consumed", provides a useful framework for action by the Member States.
Decision 2005-0387
Agency (Paying) [REG 2004-0796]   Paying Agency support schemes for farmers [Article 2] Definitions
(29) "Paying Agency": shall mean the authorities and bodies referred to in Article 4 of Council Regulation (EC) No 1258/1999 (1);
REG 2004-0796
agency (paying) [REG 2007-1234]   paying agency Single CMO Regulation (common organisation of agricultural markets) [Article 2] Definitions
2. (b) "paying agency" shall mean the body or the bodies assigned by a Member State in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1290/2005;
REG 2007-1234
agency (paying) [REG 2009-1122]   paying agency cross-compliance under the support scheme provided for the wine sector [Article 2] Definitions
(30) "paying agency" means the authorities and bodies referred toin Article 8(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1290/2005;
REG 2009-1122
agency (rating, credit) [2013-MEMO-0013]   CRA (credit rating agency) CRAs (credit rating agencies) 1. What is a credit rating?
 A credit rating is an opinion issued by a specialised firm on the creditworthiness of an entity (e.g. an issuer of bonds) or a debt instrument (e.g. bonds or asset-backed securities). This opinion is based on research activity and presented according to a ranking system.
2. What is a credit rating agency?
 A credit rating agency (CRA) is a service provider specialised in the provision of credit ratings on a professional basis. The three biggest rating agencies are Standard & Poor's, Moody’s and Fitch. They cover approximately 95% of the world market. Smaller rating agencies make up the remaining part. For a list of all European CRAs already registered under the CRA Regulation, see: http://www.esma.europa.eu/page/List-registered-and-certified-CRAs
関連 : http://www.esma.europa.eu/page/List-registered-and-certified-CRAs
2013-MEMO-0013
agency (rating, credit) [Opinion 2010-C337-01]   credit rating agencies (CRAs) credit rating agencies (CRAs) [General observations]
1. The ECB broadly welcomes the measures introduced by the proposed regulation with a view to strengthening the regulatory framework of credit rating agencies (CRAs), in particular with a view to: (a) attributing comprehensive powers to the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA) as regards the registration and surveillance of CRAs; and (b) introducing increased transparency and competition in the market for ratings of structured finance instruments. The ECB appreciates that Regulation (EC) No 1060/2009 ( 2 ) incorporated many of the observations previously made in: (a) the Eurosystem’s contribution to the public consultation on the Commission's draft directive/regulation on credit rating agencies ( 3 ); and (b) ECB Opinion CON/2009/38 of 21 April 2009 on a proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on credit rating agencies ( 4 ).
Opinion 2010-C337-01
agency (rating, credit) [REG 2009-1060]   credit rating agency (CRA) credit rating agencies (CRAs) [Article 3] Definitions
1. b) "credit rating agency" means a legal person whose occupation includes the issuing of credit ratings on a professional basis;
REG 2009-1060
agency (rating, credit, group of) [REG 2009-1060]   group of credit rating agencies credit rating agencies (CRAs) [Article 3] Definitions
1. (m) "group of credit rating agencies" means a group of undertakings established in the Community consisting of a parent undertaking and its subsidiaries within the meaning of Articles 1 and 2 of Directive 83/349/EEC as well as undertakings linked to each other by a relationship within the meaning of Article 12(1) of Directive 83/349/EEC and whose occupation includes the issuing of credit ratings. For the purposes of Article 4(3)(a), a group of credit rating agencies shall also include credit rating agencies established in third countries;
REG 2009-1060
agency (recognised) [Decision 2015-0774]   recognised agency secondary markets public sector asset purchase
programme
[Article 2] Definitions
(2) "recognised agency" means an entity that the Eurosystem has classified as such for the purpose of the PSPP;
Decision 2015-0774
Agency (Safety, Aviation, EU) [2013-IP-1218]   EASA (EU's Aviation Safety Agency) electronic devices on planes The EU's Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has today updated its guidance on the use of portable electronic devices on board (PED), including smartphones, tablets and e-readers. It confirms that these devices may be kept switched on in "Flight Mode" (non-transmitting mode) throughout the journey (including taxiing, take-off and landing) without a risk to safety. EU Transport Commissioner, Vice President Siim Kallas has asked EASA to accelerate its safety review of the use of electronic devices on board in transmitting mode, with new guidance expected to be published early in 2014. 2013-IP-1218
Agency (Safety, Maritime, European) [REG 2010-0802]   European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) company performance (port State control) [Article 3] Publication of lists of companies with a low and very low performance
1. The Commission shall be assisted by the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) with a view to the regular publication on a public website of information on companies with a low and very low performance in accordance with Article 27 of Directive 2009/16/EC.
2. EMSA shall publish and update on a daily basis on its public website the following information:
(a) the list of companies whose performance during the previous 36 months has been very low, for a period of at least 3 months on a continuous basis;
(b) the list of companies whose performance during the previous 36 months has been low or very low, for a period of at least 3 months on a continuous basis;
(c) the list of companies whose performance during the previous 36 months has been low for a period of at least 6 months on a continuous basis.
REG 2010-0802
Agency (Security, Information, Network and, European) [REG 2013-0526w]   ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency) ENISA (European Union Agency for Network and Information Security) Whereas:
(4) By Decision 2004/97/EC, Euratom ( 3 ), adopted at the meeting of the European Council on 13 December 2003, the representatives of the Member States decided that the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA), that was to be established on the basis of the proposal submitted by the Commission, would have its seat in a town in Greece to be determined by the Greek Government. Following that Decision, the Greek Government determined that ENISA should have its seat in Heraklion, Crete.
REG 2013-0526
Agency (Space, European) [Decision 2014-0541w]   ESA (European Space Agency) Space Surveillance and Tracking Support Whereas:
(3) In its Resolution of 25 November 2010 entitled ‘Global challenges: taking full benefit of European space systems’, the Council recognised the need for a future space situational awareness (SSA) capability as an activity at European level to develop and exploit existing national and European civil and military assets, and invited the Commission and the Council to propose a governance scheme and data policy that will allow Member States to contribute with their relevant national capabilities in accordance with applicable security requirements and regulations. It further invited "all European institutional actors to explore appropriate measures" which would build on defined civil and military user requirements, make use of relevant assets in accordance with applicable security requirements, and exploit the developments from the SSA preparatory programme of the European Space Agency (ESA).
Decision 2014-0541
agency (work, temporary) [Directive 2009-0052 (2009-07-20)]   temporary work agency minimum standards on sanctions and measures against employers of illegally staying [Article 2] Definitions
(h) "temporary work agency" means any natural or legal person who, in compliance with national law, concludes contracts of employment or employment relationships with temporary agency workers in order to assign them to user undertakings to work there temporarily under their supervision and direction;
Directive 2009-0052 (2009-07-20)
Agency [Directive 2001-0082]   Agency code relating to veterinary medicinal product [TITLE I DEFINITIONS Article 1]
18. Agency:
The European Medicines Agency established by Regulation (EC) No 726/2004 (1).
Directive 2001-0082
Agency [Directive 2004-0049]   Agency 【Railway Safety Directive】
railway infrastructure and safety certification
[Article 3] Definitions
(p) "Agency" means the European Railway Agency, the Community agency for railway safety and interoperability;
Directive 2004-0049
Agency [Directive 2007-0059]   Agency certification of train drivers operating locomotives and trains on the railway system [Article 3] Definitions
(h) "Agency" means the European Railway Agency established by Regulation (EC) No 881/2004 (2) of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004;
Directive 2007-0059
Agency [Directive 2008-0057]   Agency interoperability of the rail system [Article 2] Definitions
(y) "Agency" means the European Railway Agency, as established by Regulation (EC) No 881/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 29 April 2004 establishing a European railway agency (Agency Regulation) (2);
Directive 2008-0057
Agency [Guide 2011-C028-01]   Agency REACH Guidance [GLOSSARY OF TERMS]
Agency: The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) as established by the REACH Regulation.
Guide 2011-C028-01
Agency [POSIT 2011-0011]   Agency making available on the market and use of biocidal products [Article 3] Definitions
1. (y) "Agency" means the European Chemicals Agency established by Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006;
POSIT 2011-0011
Agency [REG 2006-1907]   Agency REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals) [Article 3 Definitions]
18. Agency: means the European Chemicals Agency as established by this Regulation;
REG 2006-1907
Agency [REG 2008-1272]   Agency classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, [Article 2 Definitions]
23. "the Agency" means the European Chemicals Agency established by Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006;
REG 2008-1272
agency agreements [2010-C130-01]   agency agreements Vertical Restraints 2. Agency agreements
2.1 Definition of agency agreements
(12) An agent is a legal or physical person vested with the power to negotiate and/or conclude contracts on behalf of another person (the principal), either in the agent's own name or in the name of the principal, for the:
— purchase of goods or services by the principal, or
— sale of goods or services supplied by the principal.
2010-C130-01
Agency for Asylum (European Union) [2016-MEMO-1621]   European Union Agency for Asylum Common European Asylum System ・Why has the Commission made a proposal for the establishment of a European Union Agency for Asylum?
In its Communication of 6 April 2016, the Commission considered the need to ensure a greater convergence in the asylum system as an important element to improve the functioning of the Common European Asylum System. One of the tools identified by the Commission to achieve that objective is to develop an enhanced mandate for the European Asylum Support Office (EASO). EASO will be transformed into a fully-fledged Agency, which is responsible for facilitating and improving the functioning of the Common European Asylum System
2016-MEMO-1621
Agency for Fundamental Right (European Union) [REG 2007-0168]   European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights [Article 1] Subject matter
The European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (the Agency) is hereby established.
[Article 2] Objective
The objective of the Agency shall be to provide the relevant institutions, bodies, offices and agencies of the Community and its Member States when implementing Community law with assistance and expertise relating to fundamental rights in order to support them when they take measures or formulate courses of action within their respective spheres of competence to fully respect fundamental rights.
REG 2007-0168
Agency for Health and Consumer (Executive) [Decision 2008-0544]   Executive Agency for Health and Consumers Executive Agency for Health and Consumers [Article 1] Decision 2004/858/EC is amended as follows:
1. In Article 1, paragraph 2 is replaced by the following:
2. The name of the Agency shall be the "Executive Agency for Health and Consumers."
Decision 2008-0544
Agency for Health and Consumer (Executive) [2011-MEMO-0798]   EAHC (Executive Agency for Health and Consumers) Food safety (BTSF) ・What is Better Training for Safer Food (BTSF)?
 BTSF is an initiative of the European Commission. The Executive Agency for Health and Consumers (EAHC) is responsible for its implementation. BTSF trains national-level control staff of EU Member States and third countries on food and feed law, animal health and welfare rules and plant health rules.
2011-MEMO-0798
Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (European Union) [Posit 2016-0008]   Europol (European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation) Europol (Law Enforcement Cooperation) [Article 1] Establishment of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation
1.A European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Cooperation (Europol) is hereby established with a view to supporting cooperation among law enforcement authorities in the Union.
2.Europol as established by this Regulation shall replace and succeed Europol as established by Decision 2009/371/JHA.
Posit 2016-0008
Agency for Law Enforcement Training (European Union) [REG 2015-2219]   CEPOL (European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training) CEPOL (European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training) [Article 1] Establishment of the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training
1.A European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL) is hereby established.
2.CEPOL, as established by this Regulation, shall replace and succeed CEPOL as established by Decision 2005/681/JHA.
REG 2015-2219
Agency for Network and Information Security (European Union) [REG 2013-0526]   ENISA (European Union Agency for Network and Information Security) ENISA (European Union Agency for Network and Information Security) [Article 1] Subject matter and Scope
1. This Regulation establishes a European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA, hereinafter "the Agency") to undertake the tasks assigned to it for the purpose of contributing to a high level of network and information security within the Union and in order to raise awareness of network and information security and to develop and promote a culture, of network and information security in society for the benefit of citizens, consumers, enterprises and public sector organisations in the Union, thus contributing to the establishment and proper functioning of the internal market
REG 2013-0526
Agency for SME (Executive) [Decision 2013-0771]   Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises [Article 1] Establishment
The Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (hereinafter referred to as the Agency) is hereby established and shall replace and succeed the executive agency set up by Decision 2004/20/EC as amended by Decision 2007/372/EC from 1 January 2014 until 31 December 2024, its statute being governed by Regulation (EC) No 58/2003.
Decision 2013-0771
Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Border (European) [REG 2004-2007(2011-12-12)]   European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders of the Member States of the European Union [Article 1] Establishment of the Agency
1. A European Agency for the Management of Operational Cooperation at the External Borders (the Agency) is hereby established with a view to improving the integrated management of the external borders of the Member States of the European Union.
2. While considering that the responsibility for the control and surveillance of external borders lies with the Member States, the Agency, as a body of the Union as defined in Article 15 and in accordance with Article 19 of this Regulation, shall facilitate and render more effective the application of existing and future Union measures relating to the management of external borders, in particular the Schengen Borders Code established by Regulation (EC) No 562/2006 ( 1 ). It shall do so by ensuring the coordination of the actions of the Member States in the implementation of those measures, thereby contributing to an efficient, high and uniform level of control on persons and of surveillance of the external borders of the Member States. ・・・
REG 2004-2007(2011-12-12)
Agency: [Directive 2001-0083]   Agency: code relating to medicinal products for human use [TITLE I DEFINITIONS Article 1]
27. Agency:
The European Medicines Agency established by Regulation (EC) No 726/2004.
Directive 2001-0083
Agenda (Innovation, Strategic) [Decision 2013-1312]   SIA (Strategic Innovation Agenda) EIT (European Institute of Innovation and Technology) [Article 1]
The Strategic Innovation Agenda ("the SIA")of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology for the period from 2014 to 2020 as set out in the annex is hereby adopted.
Decision 2013-1312
Agenda (Innovation, Strategic) [REG 2008-0294]   SIA (Strategic Innovation Agenda) EIT (European Institute of Innovation and Technology) [Article 2] Definitions
9. "Strategic Innovation Agenda" (SIA) means a policy document outlining the priority fields of the EIT for future initiatives, including an overview of the planned higher education, research and innovation activities, for a period of seven years.
REG 2008-0294
Agenda (Regulation, Better) [2015-MEMO-6343]   Better Regulation Agenda Better Regulation Agenda ・Why a Better Regulation Agenda?
 Focusing on the things that need to be done by the EU and making sure they are done well is a priority of this Commission. This is evidenced by the establishment of the post of First Vice-President for Better Regulation and the adoption of streamlined annual Commission Work Programmes for 2015 and 2016, with a more focused list of proposals based on the 10 political priorities of the Juncker Commission.
 In May 2015, the European Commission presented a set of measures to deliver better rules for better results. This Better Regulation Agenda included new guidelines to be applied by the Commission when preparing proposals, a strengthened Regulatory Scrutiny Board to check the quality of impact assessments and evaluations, a new platform to involve stakeholders more closely in identifying problems with existing legislation and a proposal for a new joint agreement to promote better regulation in the European Parliament and the Council.
・What does 'better' regulation mean?
 Better regulation means achieving policy goals in the most efficient way. It is about better results, not deregulation or a weakening of social or environmental standards. Policy goals can be delivered through EU rules when necessary or via measures at national level or through non-regulatory means whenever that is sufficient or more effective.
 The Commission believes achieving better results requires modernised law-making practices, keeping existing rules under review to make sure they are fit for purpose, improving transparency and involving stakeholders more in the preparation of new policy proposals and in the review of existing legislation.
2015-MEMO-6343
Agenda (Research, Strategic) [RECOM 2011-C315-01]   SRA (Strategic Research Agenda) The Microbial Challenge - An Emerging Threat to Human Health HAS ADOPTED THIS RECOMMENDATION:
2. Member States are encouraged to develop a common Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) establishing medium to long-term research needs and objectives in the area of antimicrobial resistance. 【略】
RECOM 2011-C315-01
Agenda (Urban) [2014-MEMO-0496]   Urban Agenda Urban Agenda 1. What's the importance of today's communication on an Urban Agenda?
Nowadays the majority of the European population live in urban areas and cities form the backbone of our economy and society. European – and national – polices have major impacts on cities and depend on cities for their implementation. It is therefore crucial that EU policies have an urban dimension. The pillars of the Europe 2020 strategy, smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, cannot be achieved without the active involvement of Europe's cities. Issues like unemployment, climate action, and social inclusion, have to be tackled in cities if we are to achieve the objectives the EU has set itself.
2. Why is there a need for an Urban Agenda?
関連 : http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/activity/urban/index_en.cfm
2014-MEMO-0496
Agenda for Europe (Digital) [Decision 2015-2240w]   DAE (Digital Agenda for Europe) ISA2 programme Whereas:
(2) In its Communication of 19 May 2010 entitled "A Digital Agenda for Europe" (DAE), one of the flagship
initiatives of its Europe 2020 Strategy, the Commission stressed that interoperability is essential for the purpose
of maximising the social and economic potential of information and communication technology (ICT) and that,
consequently, the digital agenda can be effective only if interoperability is ensured.
Decision 2015-2240
Agent [2012-C325-02A]   Agent / authority [ELI] European Legislation Identifier [ANNEX] ELEMENTS OF ELI
Any type of legal resource published in an Official Journal at the work level [表]
Agent / authority : Organisation(s) responsible for the resource The European institution, other bodies or Member State or regional bodies, who initiated/ adopted the legal resource (e.g. European Parliament, Luxembourg Government, Rheinland-Pfalz Parliament, etc.)
2012-C325-02
agent [Directive 2015-2366]   agent payment services in the internal market [Article 4] Definitions
(38) "agent" means a natural or legal person who acts on behalf of a payment institution in providing payment services;
Directive 2015-2366
agent (biological) [Directive 1990-0679]   biological agents protection of workers from risks related to exposure to biological agents at work [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "biological agents" shall mean micro-organisms, including those which have been genetically modified,


cell cultures and human endoparasites, which may be able to provoke any infection, allergy or toxicity;
Directive 1990-0679
agent (biological) [Directive 2000-0054]   biological agents protection of workers from risks related to exposure to biological agents at work [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "biological agents" shall mean micro-organisms, including those which have been genetically modified, cell cultures and human endoparasites, which may be able to provoke any infection, allergy or toxicity;
Directive 2000-0054
agent (biological, group 1〜4) [Directive 1990-0679]   biological agents (group 1〜4) protection of workers from risks related to exposure to biological agents at work [Article 2] Definitions
(d) "biological agents" shall be classified into four risk groups, according to their level of risk of infection:
1. group 1 biological agent means one that is unlikely to cause human disease;
2. group 2 biological agent means one that can cause human disease and might be a hazard to workers; it is unlikely to spread to the community; there is usually effective prophylaxis or treatment available;
3. group 3 biological agent means one that can cause severe human disease and present a serious hazard to workers; it may present a risk of spreading to the community, but there is usually effective prophylaxis or treatment available;
4. group 4 biological agent means one that causes severe human disease and is a serious hazard to workers; it may present a high risk of spreading to the community; there is usually no effective prophylaxis or treatment available.
Directive 1990-0679
agent (Biological, group 1〜4) [Directive 2000-0054]   Biological agents protection of workers from risks related to exposure to biological agents at work [Article 2] Definitions
"Biological agents" shall be classified into four risk groups, according to their level of risk of infection:
1. group 1 biological agent means one that is unlikely to cause human disease:
2. group 2 biological agent means one that can cause human disease and might be a hazard to workers; it is unlikely to spread to the community; there is usually effective prophylaxis or treatment available;
3. group 3 biological agent means one that can cause severe human disease and present a serious hazard to workers; it may present a risk of spreading to the community, but there is usually effective prophylaxis or treatment available;
4. group 4 biological agent means one that causes severe human disease and is a serious hazard to workers; it may present a high risk of spreading to the community; there is usually no effective prophylaxis or treatment available.
Directive 2000-0054
agent (disease) [Posit 2016-0004]   disease agent Animal Health Law [Article 4] Definitions
(17) "disease agent" means a pathogen transmissible to animals or to humans which is capable of causing a disease in animals;
Posit 2016-0004
agent (disease) [REG 2016-0429]   disease agent 【Animal Health Law】
transmissible animal diseases and amending and repealing certain acts in the area of animal health
[Article 4] Definitions
(17) "disease agent" means a pathogen transmissible to animals or to humans which is capable of causing a disease in animals;
REG 2016-0429
agent (infectious, TSE) [REG 2012-0722]   TSE infectious agents active implantable medical devices and medical devices manufactured utilising tissues of animal origin [Article 2]
(f) "TSE infectious agents" means unclassified pathogenic agents which are capable of transmitting TSEs;
REG 2012-0722
agent (Non exhaustive list of) [Directive 1994-0033A (2007-06-28)]   Non-exhaustive list of agents, processes and work protection of young people at work [ANNEX] Non-exhaustive list of agents, processes and work (Article 7(2), second subparagraph)
I. Agents
1. Physical agents
(a) Ionizing radiation;
(b) Work in a high-pressure atmosphere, e. g. in pressurized containers, diving.
2. Biological agents
(a) Biological agents belonging to groups 3 and 4 within the meaning of Article 2 (d) of Council Directive 90/679/EEC of 26 November 1990 on the protection of workers from risks related to exposure to biological agents at work (Seventh individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16(1) of Directive 89/391/EEC) (1).
3. Chemical agents
(a) Substances and preparations classified according to Council Directive 67/548/EEC of 27 June 1967 on the approximation of laws, regulations and administrative provisions relating to the classification,
packaging and labelling of dangerous substances (2) with amendments and Council Directive 88/379/EEC of 7 June 1988 on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to the classification, packaging and labelling of dangerous preparations (3) as toxic (T), very toxic (Tx), corrosive (C) or explosive (E);
(b) Substances and preparations classified according to Directives 67/548/EEC and 88/379/EEC as harmful (Xn) and with one or more of the following risk phrases:
- danger of very serious irreversible effects (R39),
- possible risk of irreversible effects (R40),
- may cause sensitization by inhalation (R42),
- may cause sensitization by skin contact (R43),
- may cause cancer (R45),
- may cause heritable genetic damage (R46),
- danger of serious damage to health by prolonged exposure (R48),
- may impair fertility (R60),
- may cause harm to the unborn child (R61);
(c) Substances and preparations classified according to Directives 67/548/EEC and 88/379/EEC as irritant (Xi) and with one or more of the following risk phrases:
- highly flammable (R12);
- may cause sensitization by inhalation (R42),
- may cause sensitization by skin contact (R43),
(d) Substances and preparations referred to Article 2 (c) of Council Directive 90/394/EEC of 28 June 1990 on the protection of workers from the risks related to exposure to carcinogens at work (Sixth individual Directive within the meaning of Article 16(1) of Directive 89/391/EEC; (4)
(e) Lead and compounds thereof, inasmuch as the agents in question are absorbable by the human organism;
(f) Asbestos.
II. Processes and work
1. Processes at work referred to in Annex I to Directive 90/394/EEC.
2. Manufacture and handling of devices, fireworks or other objects containing explosives.
3. Work with fierce of poisonous animals.
4. Animal slaughtering on an industrial scale.
5. Work involving the handling of equipment for the production, storage or application of compressed, liquified or dissolved gases.
6. Work with vats, tanks, reservoirs or carboys containing chemical agents referred to in 1.3.
7. Work involving a risk of structural collapse.
8. Work involving high-voltage electrical hazards.
9. Work the pace of which is determined by machinery and involving payment by results.
Directive 1994-0033 (2007-06-28)
AGENT (NON-EXHAUSTIVE LIST OF) [Directive 1992-0085A1 (2007-06-27)]   NON-EXHAUSTIVE LIST OF AGENTS, PROCESSES AND WORKING CONDITIONS safety and health at work of pregnant workers and workers who have recently given birth or are breastfeeding [ANNEX I] NON-EXHAUSTIVE LIST OF AGENTS, PROCESSES AND WORKING CONDITIONS referred to in Article 4 (1)
A. Agents
1. Physical agents where these are regarded as agents causing foetal lesions and/or likely to disrupt placental attachment, and in particular:
(a) shocks, vibration or movement;
(b) handling of loads entailing risks, particularly of a dorsolumbar nature;
(c) noise;
(d) ionizing radiation (*);
(e) non-ionizing radiation;
(f) extremes of cold or heat;
(g) movements and postures, travelling — either inside or outside the establishment — mental and physical fatigue and other physical burdens connected with the activity of the worker within the meaning of Article 2 of the Directive.
2. Biological agents
Biological agents of risk groups 2, 3 and 3 within the meaning of Article 2 (d) numbers 2, 3 and 4 of Directive 90/679/EEC (1), in so far as it is known that these agents or the therapeutic measures necessitated by such agents endanger the health of pregnant women and the unborn child and in so far as they do not yet appear in Annex II.
3. Chemical agents
The following chemical agents in so far as it is known that they endanger the health of pregnant women and the unborn child and in so far as they do not yet appear in Annex II:
(a) substances labelled R 40, R 45, R 46, and R 47 under Directive 67/548/EEC (2) in so far as they do not yet appear in Annex II;
(b) chemical agents in Annex I to Directive 90/394/EEC (3);
(c) mercury and mercury derivatives;
(d) antimitotic drugs;
(e) carbon monoxide;
(f) chemical agents of known and dangerous percutaneous absorption.
B. Processes
Industrial processes listed in Annex I to Directive 90/394/EEC.
C. Working conditions
Underground mining work.
Directive 1992-0085 (2007-06-27)
AGENT (NON-EXHAUSTIVE LIST OF) [Directive 1992-0085A2 (2007-06-27)]   NON-EXHAUSTIVE LIST OF AGENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS safety and health at work of pregnant workers and workers who have recently given birth or are breastfeeding [ANNEX II] NON-EXHAUSTIVE LIST OF AGENTS AND WORKING CONDITIONS referred to in Article 6
A. Pregnant workers within the meaning of Article 2 (a)
1. Agents
(a) Physical agents
Work in hyperbaric atmosphere, e.g. pressurized enclosures and underwater diving.
(b) Biological agents
The following biological agents:
- toxoplasma,
- rubella virus,
unless the pregnant workers are proved to be adequately protected against such agents by immunization.
(c) Chemi c a l agent s
Lead and lead derivatives in so far as these agents are capable of being absorbed by the human organism.
2. Working conditions
Underground mining work.
B. Workers who are breastfeeding within the meaning of Article 2 (c)
1. Agents
(a) Chemi c a l agent s
Lead and lead derivatives in so far as these agents are capable of being absorbed by the human organism.
2. Working conditions
Underground mining work.
Directive 1992-0085 (2007-06-27)
agent (nostro) [REG 2014-0795]   nostro agent oversight requirements for systemically important payment systems [Article 2] Definitions
(35) "nostro agent" means a bank used by the participants in a SIPS for settlement;
REG 2014-0795
agent (observed) [REG 2016-0867]   observed agent collection of granular credit and credit risk data [Article 1] Definitions
(9) "observed agent" means an institutional unit whose activity as creditor or servicer is reported by the reporting agent. The observed agent is either:
(a) the institutional unit resident in the same country as the reporting agent of which it forms part; or
(b) a reporting agent's foreign branch, resident in a reporting Member State; or
(c) a reporting agent's foreign branch, non-resident in a reporting Member State.
REG 2016-0867
agent (party, tri) [Guide 2015-0510]   TPA (tri-party agent) implementation of the Eurosystem monetary policy framework (General Documentation Guideline) [Article 2] Definitions
(95) "tri-party agent" (TPA) means an operator of an SSS that has entered into a contract with an NCB whereby such operator is to provide certain collateral management services as an agent of that NCB;
Guide 2015-0510
agent (paying) [Directive 2003-0048 (2007-01-01)]   paying agent taxation of savings income in the form of interest payments [Article 4] Definition of paying agent
1. For the purposes of this Directive, "paying agent" means any economic operator who pays interest to or secures the payment of interest for the immediate benefit of the beneficial owner, whether the operator is the debtor of the debt claim which produces the interest or the operator charged by the debtor or the beneficial owner with paying interest or securing the payment of interest.
2. Any entity established in a Member State to which interest is paid or for which interest is secured for the benefit of the beneficial owner shall also be considered a paying agent upon such payment or securing of such payment. This provision shall not apply if the economic operator has reason to believe, on the basis of official evidence produced by that entity, that: [略]
Directive 2003-0048 (2007-01-01)
agent (processing) [REG 2000-2037]   processing agent substances that deplete the ozone layer [Article 2] Definitions
— "processing agent" means controlled substances used as chemical processing agents in those applications listed in Annex VI, in installations existing at 1 September 1997, and where emissions are insignificant.
The Commission shall, in the light of those criteria and in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 18(2), establish a list of undertakings in which the use of controlled substances as processing agents shall be permitted, laying down maximum emission levels for each of the undertakings concerned. It may, in accordance with the procedure referred to in Article 18(2), amend Annex VI as well as the list of undertakings referred to above in the light of new information or technical developments, including the review provided for in Decision X/14 of the Meeting of the Parties to the Protocol,
REG 2000-2037
Agent (Regulated) [REG 2002-2320A]   Regulated Agent civil aviation security [ANNEX] 1. DEFINITIONS
20. "Regulated Agent": An agent, freight forwarder or other entity who conducts business with an operator and provides security controls that are accepted or required by the appropriate authority in respect of cargo, courier and express parcels or mail.
REG 2002-2320
agent (regulated) [REG 2008-0300]   regulated agent civil aviation security [Article 3] Definitions
26. "regulated agent" means an air carrier, agent, freight forwarder or any other entity who ensures security controls in respect of cargo or mail;
REG 2008-0300
agent (reporting) [Guide 2014-0810]   reporting agent and resident monetary and financial statistics [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "reporting agent" and "resident" have the same meanings as defined in Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 2533/98;EN L 340/4 Official Journal of the European Union 26.11.2014
Guide 2014-0810
agent (reporting) [Guide 2016-0256]   reporting agent common rules and minimum standards to protect the confidentiality of the statistical information [Article 1] Definitions
(8) "reporting agent" has the meaning given in Article 1(2) of Regulation (EC) No 2533/98.
Guide 2016-0256
agent (reporting) [REG 2001-0018(2010-08-17)]   "reporting agents", "participating Member State", "resident" and "residing" standard import values for determining the entry price of certain fruit and vegetables [Article 1] Definitions
1. the terms "reporting agents", "participating Member State", "resident" and "residing" shall have the same meaning as defined in Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 2533/98;
REG 2001-0018(2010-08-17)
agent (reporting) [REG 2007-0958]   reporting agent statistics on the assets and liabilities of investment funds [Article 1] Definitions
For the purposes of this Regulation:
- "reporting agent" means a reporting agent within the meaning of Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 2533/98;
REG 2007-0958
agent (reporting) [REG 2013-1071]   "reporting agent" and "resident" balance sheet of the monetary financial institutions sector [Article 1] Definitions
(b) "reporting agent" and "resident" have the same meaning as defined in Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 2533/98;
REG 2013-1071
agent (reporting) [REG 2013-1072]   "reporting agents", and "resident" statistics on interest rates applied by monetary financial institutions [Article 1] Definitions
1. the terms "reporting agents", and "resident" have the same meaning as defined in Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 2533/98;
REG 2013-1072
agent (reporting) [REG 2013-1073]   reporting agent statistics on the assets and liabilities of investment funds [Article 1] Definitions
(2) "reporting agent" has the same meaning as defined in Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 2533/98;
REG 2013-1073
agent (reporting) [REG 2013-1074]   "reporting agents" and "resident" statistical reporting requirements for post office giro institutions that receive deposits from non-monetary financial institution euro area residents [Article 1] Definitions
(1) "reporting agents" and "resident" have the same meaning as defined in Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 2533/98;
REG 2013-1074
agent (reporting) [REG 2013-1075]   reporting agent statistics on the assets and liabilities of financial vehicle corporations engaged in securitisation transactions [Article 1] Definitions
(4) "reporting agent" has the same meaning as defined in Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 2533/98;
REG 2013-1075
agent (reporting) [REG 2014-1333]   "reporting agents", "resident" and "residing" statistics on the money markets [Article 1] Definitions
(1) "reporting agents", "resident" and "residing" have the same meaning as defined in Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 2533/98;
REG 2014-1333
agent (reporting) [REG 2014-1374]   reporting agents statistical reporting requirements for insurance corporations [Article 1] Definitions
4. "reporting agents" has the meaning as defined in Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 2533/98;
REG 2014-1374
agent (reporting) [REG 2016-0867]   reporting agent collection of granular credit and credit risk data [Article 1] Definitions
(8) "reporting agent" means either a legal entity or a foreign branch that is resident in a reporting Member State and that is subject to the ECB's reporting requirements pursuant to this Regulation;
REG 2016-0867
agent (reporting) [Decision 2010-0469]   reporting agent non-compliance with statistical reporting requirements (ECB) [Article 1] Definitions
1. "reporting agent" has the same meaning as in Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 2533/98;
Decision 2010-0469
agent (reporting) [REG 2009-0024]   reporting agent statistics on the assets and liabilities of financial vehicle corporations engaged in securitisation transactions [Article 1] Definitions
6. "reporting agent" means a reporting agent within the meaning of Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 2533/98;
REG 2009-0024
agent (reporting) [REG 2009-0025]   reporting agent balance sheet of the monetary financial institutions sector [Article 1] Definitions
- "reporting agent" means a reporting agent as defined in Article 1 of Regulation (EC) No 2533/98,
REG 2009-0025
agent (settlement) [Directive 1998-0026(2011-01-04)]   settlement agent settlement finality in payment and securities settlement systems [Article 2]
(d) "settlement agent" shall mean an entity providing to institutions and/or a central counterparty participating in systems, settlement accounts through which transfer orders within such systems are settled and, as the case may be, extending credit to those institutions and/or central counterparties for settlement purposes;
Directive 1998-0026(2011-01-04)
agent (settlement) [REG 2014-0909]   settlement agent securities settlement in the European Union and on central securities depositories [Article 2] Definitions
1. (43) "settlement agent" means settlement agent as defined in point (d) of Article 2 of Directive 98/26/EC;
REG 2014-0909
agent (settlement) [REG 2010-1031]   settlement agent auctioning of greenhouse gas emission allowances [Article 3] Definitions
37. "settlement agent" means an entity acting as an agent providing accounts to the auction platform, through whichaccounts instructions for the transfer of the auctioned allowances given by the auctioneer or an intermediary representing it and the payment of the auction clearing price by asuccessful bidder, its successor in title, or an intermediaryrepresenting them are safely executed either simultaneouslyor nearly simultaneously in a guaranteed manner;
REG 2010-1031
agent (Sub) [2012-C325-02A]   Subagent / subauthority [ELI] European Legislation Identifier [ANNEX] ELEMENTS OF ELI
Any type of legal resource published in an Official Journal at the work level [表]
Subagent/subauthority : Person or suborganisation primarily responsible for the resource (e.g. name of ministry if applicable)
2012-C325-02
agent (tied) [Directive 2014-0065]   tied agent markets in financial instruments [Article 4] Definitions
1. (29) "tied agent" means a natural or legal person who, under the full and unconditional responsibility of only one investment firm on whose behalf it acts, promotes investment and/or ancillary services to clients or prospective clients, receives and transmits instructions or orders from the client in respect of investment services or financial instruments, places financial instruments or provides advice to clients or prospective clients in respect of those financial instruments or services;
Directive 2014-0065
agent (Tied) [Directive 2004-0039]   Tied agent markets in financial instruments [Article 4] Definitions
25) "Tied agent" means a natural or legal person who, under the full and unconditional responsibility of only one investment firm on whose behalf it acts, promotes investment and/or ancillary services to clients or prospective clients, receives and transmits instructions or orders from the client in respect of investment services or financial instruments, places financial instruments and/or provides advice to clients or prospective clients in respect of those financial instruments or services;
Directive 2004-0039
agent (travel) [Posit 2010-0004]   travel agent rights of passengers in bus and coach transport [Article 3] Definitions
(j) "travel agent" means any intermediary acting on behalf of a passenger for the conclusion of transport contracts;
Posit 2010-0004
agent (travel) [Posit 2010-0005]   travel agent rights of passengers when travelling by sea and inland waterway [Article 3] Definitions
(p) "travel agent" means any retailer acting on behalf of a passenger for the conclusion of transport contracts;
Posit 2010-0005
agent (travel) [REG 2010-1177]   travel agent rights of passengers when travelling by sea and inland waterway [Article 3] Definitions
(p) "travel agent" means any retailer acting on behalf of a passenger or a tour operator for the conclusion of transportcontracts;
REG 2010-1177
agent (travel) [REG 2011-0181]   travel agent rights of passengers in bus and coach transport [Article 3] Definitions
(h) "travel agent" means any intermediary acting on behalf of a passenger for the conclusion of transport contracts;
REG 2011-0181
agent (Washing) [Decision 2012-0481]   Washing agents (cleaning agents or cleaners) EU Ecolabel for printed paper [Article 2]
(13) "Washing agents" (also sometimes known as cleaning agents or cleaners) means the following: (a) liquid chemicals used to wash printing forms, both separate (off-press) and integrated (in-press), and printing presses to remove printing inks, paper dust and similar products; (b) cleaners for finishing machines and printing machines, such as cleaners to remove adhesive and varnish residues; (c) printing inks removers used in washing off dried printing inks. Washing agents do not include cleaning agents for cleaning other parts of the printing machine or for cleaning other machines than printing machines and finishing machines.
Decision 2012-0481
agent (Washing) [Decision 2014-0256]   Washing agents Ecolabel for converted paper products [Article 2]
(15) "Washing agents" means: chemicals used to wash printing forms and printing presses to remove printing inks, paper dust and similar products; cleaners for finishing machines and printing machines; printing inks removers used in washing off dried printing inks;
Decision 2014-0256
agent (whitening, fluorescent) [Decision 2014-0763]   fluorescent whitening agent Ecolabel for absorbent hygiene products [Article 2]
(2) "optical brightener" and "fluorescent whitening agent" mean any additives used with the only purpose of "whitening" or "brightening" the material;
Decision 2014-0763
agent (zoonotic) [Directive 1992-0117]   zoonotic agent protection against specified zoonoses and specified zoonotic agents in animals and products of animal origin [Article 2]
2. zoonotic agent means any bacterium, virus or parasite which is likely to cause a zoonosis;
Directive 1992-0117
agent (zoonotic) [Directive 2003-0099]   zoonotic agent monitoring of zoonoses and zoonotic agents [Article 2] Definitions
(b) "zoonotic agent" means any virus, bacterium, fungus, parasite or other biological entity which is likely to cause a zoonosis;
Directive 2003-0099
agent [Directive 1980-1107]   agent protection of workers from the risks related to exposure to chemical, physical and biological agents [Article 2]
(a) "agent" means any chemical, physical or biological agent present at work and likely to be harmful to health;
Directive 1980-1107
agent [Directive 2002-0059]   agent vessel traffic monitoring and information system [Article 3 Definitions]
(c) "agent" means any person mandated or authorised to supply information on behalf of the operator of the ship;
Directive 2002-0059
agent [Directive 2007-0064]   agent payment services in the internal market [Article 4] Definitions
22. "agent" means a natural or legal person which acts on behalf of a payment institution in providing payment services;
Directive 2007-0064
Agent [REG 2010-0164A]   Agent harmonised river information services (RIS) on inland waterways in the Community [ANNEX]
2. PART II: CODES AND REFERENCES
2.3. Definitions
Agent means any person mandated or authorised to act for or to supply information on behalf of the operator of the vessel.
REG 2010-0164
agents (anti-caking) [Directive 1995-0002]   anti-caking agents food additives other than colours and sweeteners [Article 1]
3. (f) "anti-caking agents" are substances which reduce the tendency of individual particles of a foodstuff to adhere to one another;
Directive 1995-0002
agents (anti-foaming) [Directive 1995-0002]   anti-foaming agents food additives other than colours and sweeteners [Article 1]
3. (g) "anti-foaming agents" are substances which prevent or reduce foaming;
Directive 1995-0002
agents (bulking) [Directive 1995-0002]   bulking agents food additives other than colours and sweeteners [Article 1]
3. (h) "bulking agents" are substances which contribute to the volume of a foodstuff without contributing significantly to its available energy value;
Directive 1995-0002
agents (firming) [Directive 1995-0002]   firming agents food additives other than colours and sweeteners [Article 1]
3. (k) "firming agents" are substances which make or keep tissues of fruit or vegetables firm or crisp, or interact with gelling agents to produce or strengthen a gel;
Directive 1995-0002
agents (foaming) [Directive 1995-0002]   foaming agents food additives other than colours and sweeteners [Article 1]
3. (m) "foaming agents" are substances which make it possible to form a homogenous dispersion of a gaseous phase in a liquid or solid foodstuff;
Directive 1995-0002
agents (gelling) [Directive 1995-0002]   gelling agents food additives other than colours and sweeteners [Article 1]
3. (n) "gelling agents" are substances which give a foodstuff texture through formation of a gel;
Directive 1995-0002
agents (glazing) [Directive 1995-0002]   glazing agents food additives other than colours and sweeteners [Article 1]
3. (o) "glazing agents" (including lubricants) are substances which, when applied to the external surface of a foodstuff, impart a shiny appearance or provide a protective coating;
Directive 1995-0002
agents (process) [REG 2009-1005]   process agents substances that deplete the ozone layer [Article 3] Definitions
12. "process agents" means controlled substances used as chemical process agents in the applications listed in Annex III;
REG 2009-1005
agents (raising) [Directive 1995-0002]   raising agents food additives other than colours and sweeteners [Article 1]
3. (t) "raising agents" are substances or combinations of substances which liberate gas and thereby increase the volume of a dough or a batter;
Directive 1995-0002
agents (reporting) [REG 1998-2533]   reporting agents collection of statistical information by the European Central Bank [Article 1] Definitions
2. "reporting agents" shall mean the legal and natural persons and the entities and branches referred to in Article 2(3) which are subject to the ECB's statistical reporting requirements;
REG 1998-2533
agents (Riot control) [2010-C069-0302]   Riot control agents Common military list [DEFINITIONS OF TERMS USED IN THIS LIST]
ML7 : ″Riot control agents″
Substances which, under the expected conditions of use for riot control purposes,produce rapidly in humans sensory irritation or disabling physical effects which disappear within a short time following termination of exposure. (Tear gases are a subset of ″riot control agents″.)
2010-C069-03
agents (stabilizing) [Directive 1985-0536A]   stabilizing agents substitute fuel components in petro [ANNEX] I. DEFINITIONS
Methanol, ethanol, iso-propyl alcohol (propan-2-o1), butyl alcohol (butan-1-ol), secondary butyl alcohol (butan-2-ol), tertiary butyl alcohol (TBA 2-methyl propan-2-ol), iso-butyl alcohol (2-methyl-1-propanol), other mono-alcohols with a final distillation point no higher than the final distillation point laid down in national specifications or, where these do not exist, in industrial specifications for motor fuels, and methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE tert-butoxymethane) and tertiary amyl-methyl ether (TAME 2-methoxy-2-methyl butane), ethyl tertiary butyl ether (ETBE 2-ethoxy-2-methyl propane) and other ethers (R1-O-R2) with a final distillation point no higher than the final distillation point laid down in national specifications or, where these do not exist, in industrial specifications for motor fuels, whose molecules containing five or more carbon atoms are currently acceptable organic oxygenates for use as substitute fuel components and/or stabilizing agents for motor fuel. Mixtures of these compounds are also acceptable.
The term "stabilizing agents" refers to certain of the substances referred to in the first sub-paragraph added to assist in the prevention of phase separation of petrol/substitute fuel component blends.
Directive 1985-0536
agents (transmissible) [Directive 2003-0032]   transmissible agents medical devices manufactured utilising tissues of animal origin [Article 2]
(e) "transmissible agents" means unclassified pathogenic entities, prions and such entities as bovine spongiform encephalophathies agents and scrapie agents;
Directive 2003-0032
agents [Directive 1988-0364]   agents protection of workers by the banning of certain specified agents [Article 2]
(b) "agents" means any chemical, physical or biological agents present at work and likely to be harmful to health;
Directive 1988-0364
agglomerate [Posit 2017-0002] agglomerate medical devices [Article 2] Definitions
(20) "agglomerate", for the purposes of the definition of nanomaterial in point (18), means a collection of weakly bound particles or aggregates where the resulting external surface area is similar to the sum of the surface areas of the individual components;
Posit 2017-0002
agglomerate [REG 2013-1363]   agglomerate food information to consumers as regards the definition of "engineered nanomaterials" [Article 1] Point (t) of Article 2(2) of Regulation (EU) No 1169/2011 is replaced by the following:
(ii) "agglomerate" means a collection of weakly bound particles or aggregates where the resulting external surface area is similar to the sum of the surface areas of the individual components;
REG 2013-1363
agglomerate (nanomaterial) [REG 2012-0528]   agglomerate (nanomaterial) available on the market and use of biocidal products 【バイオサイド(生物致死性製品)規則←指令】 [Article 3] Definitions
1.(z) "nanomaterial" means a natural or manufactured active substance or non-active substance containing particles, in an unbound state or as an aggregate or as an agglomerate and where, for 50 % or more of the particles in the number size distribution, one or more external dimensions is in the size range 1-100 nm.
Fullerenes, graphene flakes and single-wall carbon nanotubes with one or more external dimensions below 1 nm shall be considered as nanomaterials.
For the purposes of the definition of nanomaterial, "particle", "agglomerate" and "aggregate" are defined as follows:
- "particle" means a minute piece of matter with defined physical boundaries,
- "agglomerate" means a collection of weakly bound particles or aggregates where the resulting external surface area is similar to the sum of the surface areas of the individual components,
- "aggregate" means a particle comprising strongly bound or fused particles;
REG 2012-0528
agglomerate [RECOM 2011-0696]   agglomerate definition of nanomaterial HAS ADOPTED THIS RECOMMENDATION
4. (b) "agglomerate" means a collection of weakly bound particles or aggregates where the resulting external surface area is similar to the sum of the surface areas of the individual components;
RECOM 2011-0696
Agglomerated stones [Decision 2009-0607]   Agglomerated stones eco-label to hard coverings [ANNEX]
"Agglomerated stones" are industrial products manufactured from a mixture of aggregates, mainly from natural stone grit, and a binder as defined by JWG 229/246 EN 14618. The grit is normally composed of marble and granite quarry granulate and the binder is made from artificial components as unsaturated polyester resin or hydraulic cement. This group includes also artificial stones and compacted marble.
Decision 2009-0607
agglomeration (quiet area in an) [Directive 2002-0049]   quiet area in an agglomeration 【END Directive】
assessment and management of environmental noise
[Article 3] Definitions
(l) "quiet area in an agglomeration" shall mean an area, delimited by the competent authority, for instance which is not exposed to a value of Lden or of another appropriate noise indicator greater than a certain value set by the Member State, from any noise source;
Directive 2002-0049
agglomeration [Directive 1991-0271]   agglomeration urban waste-water treatment [Article 2]
4. "agglomeration" means an area where the population and/or economic activities are sufficiently concentrated for urban waste water to be collected and conducted to an urban waste water treatment plant or to a final discharge point;
Directive 1991-0271
agglomeration [Directive 1996-0062]   agglomeration ambient air quality assessment and management [Article 2 Definitions]
10. "agglomeration" shall mean a zone with a population concentration in excess of 250 000 inhabitants or, where the population concentration is 250 000 inhabitants or less, a population density per km² which for the Member States justifies the need for ambient air quality to be assessed and managed.
Directive 1996-0062
agglomeration [Directive 2002-0049]   agglomeration 【END Directive】
assessment and management of environmental noise
[Article 3] Definitions
(k) "agglomeration" shall mean part of a territory, delimited by the Member State, having a population in excess of 100 000 persons and a population density such that the Member State considers it to be an urbanised area;
Directive 2002-0049
agglomeration [Directive 2008-0050]   agglomeration ambient air quality and cleaner air [Article 2 Definitions]
17. "agglomeration" shall mean a zone that is a conurbation with a population in excess of 250 000 inhabitants or, where the population is 250 000 inhabitants or less, with a given population density per km2 to be established by the Member States;
Directive 2008-0050
aggregate [Posit 2017-0002] aggregate medical devices [Article 2] Definitions
(21) "aggregate", for the purposes of the definition of nanomaterial in point (18), means a particle comprising of strongly bound or fused particles;
Posit 2017-0002
aggregate [REG 2013-1363]   aggregate food information to consumers as regards the definition of "engineered nanomaterials" [Article 1] Point (t) of Article 2(2) of Regulation (EU) No 1169/2011 is replaced by the following:
(iii) "aggregate" means a particle comprising of strongly bound or fused particles;
REG 2013-1363
aggregate (elementary) [REG 1996-1749]a   elementary aggregate harmonized indices of consumer prices [Article 2] Definitions
14. An "elementary aggregate" means an elementary product group stratified, for instance by regions, cities or outlet types and so refers to the level at which observed prices enter the HICP. Where elementary product groups are not stratified, the terms ‘elementary product group’ and ‘elementary aggregate’ shall have the same meaning.
REG 1996-1749
aggregate (nanomaterial) [REG 2012-0528]   aggregate (nanomaterial) available on the market and use of biocidal products 【バイオサイド(生物致死性製品)規則←指令】 [Article 3] Definitions
1.(z) "nanomaterial" means a natural or manufactured active substance or non-active substance containing particles, in an unbound state or as an aggregate or as an agglomerate and where, for 50 % or more of the particles in the number size distribution, one or more external dimensions is in the size range 1-100 nm.
Fullerenes, graphene flakes and single-wall carbon nanotubes with one or more external dimensions below 1 nm shall be considered as nanomaterials.
For the purposes of the definition of nanomaterial, "particle", "agglomerate" and "aggregate" are defined as follows:
- "particle" means a minute piece of matter with defined physical boundaries,
- "agglomerate" means a collection of weakly bound particles or aggregates where the resulting external surface area is similar to the sum of the surface areas of the individual components,
- "aggregate" means a particle comprising strongly bound or fused particles;
REG 2012-0528
aggregate [RECOM 2011-0696]   aggregate definition of nanomaterial HAS ADOPTED THIS RECOMMENDATION
4. (c) "aggregate" means a particle comprising of strongly bound or fused particles.
RECOM 2011-0696
aggregate amount [Directive 2014-0059]   aggregate amount recovery and resolution of credit institutions and investment firms [Article 2] Definitions
1. (70) "aggregate amount" means the aggregate amount by which the resolution authority has assessed that eligible liabilities are to be written down or converted, in accordance with Article 46(1);
Directive 2014-0059
aggregate amount [REG 2014-0806]   aggregate amount resolution of credit institutions and certain investment firms in the framework of a Single Resolution Mechanism and a Single Resolution Fund [Article 3] Definitions
1. (48)"aggregate amount" means the aggregate amount by which the resolution authority has assessed that eligible liabilities are to be written down or converted, in accordance with Article 27(13);
REG 2014-0806
aggregate index (elementary) [REG 1996-1749]   elementary aggregate index harmonized indices of consumer prices [Article 2] Definitions
15. An "elementary aggregate index" means a price index for an elementary aggregate.
REG 1996-1749
aggregate maximum risk exposure [REG 2015-0035]   aggregate maximum risk exposure taking-up and pursuit of the business of Insurance and Reinsurance (Solvency II) [Article 1] Definitions
44. "aggregate maximum risk exposure" means the sum of the maximum payments, including expenses that the special purpose vehicles may incur, excluding expenses that meet all of the following criteria:
(a) the special purpose vehicle has the right to require the insurance or reinsurance undertaking which has transferred risks to the special purpose vehicle to pay the expense;
(b) the special purpose vehicle is not required to pay the expense unless and until an amount equal to the expense has been received from the insurance or reinsurance undertaking which has transferred the risks to the special purpose vehicle;
(c) the insurance or reinsurance undertaking which has transferred risks to the special purpose vehicle does not include the expense as an amount recoverable from the special purpose vehicle in accordance with Article 41 of this Regulation.
REG 2015-0035
Aggregate sample [Directive 1976-0371A]   Aggregate sample methods of sampling for the official control of feedingstuffs [ANNEX] METHODS OF SAMPLING
3. DEFINITIONS
Aggregate sample : An aggregate of incremental samples taken from the same sampled portion.
Directive 1976-0371
aggregate sample [REG 2006-0401(2010-03-13)]   aggregate sample sampling and analysis for the official control of the levels of mycotoxins in foodstuffs [ANNEX I] METHODS OF SAMPLING FOR OFFICIAL CONTROL OF THE LEVELS OF MYCOTOXINS IN FOODSTUFFS
A.2. Definitions
A.2.4. "aggregate sample" means the combined total of all the incremental samples taken from the lot or sublot;
REG 2006-0401(201-03-13)
Aggregate sample [REG 2012-0252A1]   Aggregate sample methods of sampling and analysis for the official control of levels of dioxins, dioxin-like PCBs and non-dioxin-like PCBs in certain foodstuffs [ANNEX I] Definitions and abbreviations
I. DEFINITIONS
1.12. "Aggregate sample" means the combined total of all the incremental samples taken from the lot or sublot.
REG 2012-0252
Aggregate sample [REG 2014-0589]   Aggregate sample methods of sampling and analysis for the control of levels of dioxins, dioxin-like PCBs and non-dioxin-like PCBs in certain foodstuffs [ANNEX I] DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS
I.DEFINITIONS
1.14. "Aggregate sample" means the combined total of all the incremental samples taken from the lot or sublot.
REG 2014-0589
aggregate sample [REG 2015-0705A]   aggregate sample methods of sampling and performance criteria for the methods of analysis for the official control of the levels of erucic acid in foodstuffs [ANNEX] PART A: DEFINITONS
"aggregate sample": the combined total of all the incremental samples taken from the lot or sublot; aggregate samples shall be considered as representative of the lots or sublots from which they are taken;
REG 2015-0705
Aggregate sample [REG 2006-1883A1]   Aggregate sample methods of sampling and analysis for the official control of levels of dioxins and dioxin-like PCBs in certain foodstuffs [ANNEX I] METHODS OF SAMPLING FOR OFFICIAL CONTROL OF LEVELS OF DIOXINS (PCDD/PCDF) AND DIOXIN-LIKE PCBs IN CERTAIN FOODSTUFFSK
2. DEFINITIONS
— Aggregate sample: the combined total of all the incremental samples taken from the lot or sublot.
REG 2006-1883
aggregate sample [REG 2007-0333A]   aggregate sample levels of lead, cadmium, mercury, inorganic tin, 3-MCPD and benzo(a)pyrene in foodstuffs [ANNEX] PART A DEFINITIONS
"aggregate sample": the combined total of all the incremental samples taken from the lot or sublot; aggregate samples shall be considered as representative of the lots or sublots from which they are taken;
REG 2007-0333
aggregated data [REG 2014-0256]   aggregated data investment projects in energy infrastructure [Article 2] Definitions
(15) "aggregated data" means data aggregated at the level of one or more Member States.
REG 2014-0256
aggregated data [REG 2014-1374]   aggregated data statistical reporting requirements for insurance corporations [Article 1] Definitions
10. "aggregated data" means data that has not been broken down into individual assets or liabilities;
REG 2014-1374
aggregated effort group [REG 2008-1342]   aggregated effort group long-term plan for cod stocks and the fisheries exploiting those stocks [Article 2] Definitions
(b) "aggregated effort group" means the combination of all Member States’ effort groups having the same gear grouping and area;
REG 2008-1342
aggregated monitoring data [REG 2012-0293]   aggregated monitoring data monitoring and reporting of data on the registration of new light commercial vehicles [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "aggregated monitoring data" means the aggregated data specified in Section 1 of Part C of Annex II to Regulation (EU) No 510/2011;
REG 2012-0293
aggregated monitoring data [REG 2010-1014]   aggregated monitoring data registration of new passenger cars [Article 1] Definitions
(2) "aggregated monitoring data" means the aggregated data specified in the first table in Part C of Annex II to Regulation (EC) No 443/2009;
REG 2010-1014
aggregates [REG 2008-1099]   aggregates energy statistics [Article 2] Definitions
(e) "aggregates" mean data aggregated at national level on the treatment or use of energy products, namely production, trade, stocks, transformation, consumption, and structural characteristics of the energy system such as installed capacities for electricity generation or production capacities for oil products;
REG 2008-1099
aggregating device (fish) [REG 2011-0404]   fish aggregating device Common Fisheries Policy [Article 2] Definitions
(5) "fish aggregating device" means any equipment floating on the sea surface or anchored with the objective of attracting fish;
REG 2011-0404
aggregating device (fishing) [REG 2006-1967]   FADs (fishing aggregating devices) management measures for the sustainable exploitation of fishery resources in the Mediterranean Sea [Article 2] Definitions
9. "fishing aggregating devices (FADs)" means any equipment floating on the sea surface and aggregating underneath either juveniles or adult specimens of highly migratory species;
REG 2006-1967
aggregator [Directive 2012-0027]   aggregator energy efficiency [Article 2] Definitions
(45) "aggregator" means a demand service provider that combines multiple short-duration consumer loads for sale or auction in organised energy markets.
Directive 2012-0027
agonist (beta-) [Directive 1996-0023]   beta-agonist monitor certain substances and residues thereof in live animals and animal products [Article 2]
(i) "beta-agonist" shall mean a beta adrenoceptor agonist.
Directive 1996-0023
Agraria Communitatis material (Conformitas) [Directive 2008-0090 (2010-12-16)]   CAC (Conformitas Agraria Communitatis) material marketing of fruit plant propagating material and fruit plants intended for fruit production [Article 2] Definitions
8. "CAC (Conformitas Agraria Communitatis) material" means propagating material and fruit plants which:
(a) have varietal identity and adequate varietal purity;
(b) are intended for:
- the production of propagating material,
- the production of fruit plants, and/or
- the production of fruits;
(c) satisfy the specific requirements for CAC material established pursuant to Article 4;
Directive 2008-0090 (2010-12-16)
agreed allowance [Posit 2011-0005]   agreed allowance textile fibre names and related labelling and marking of fibre composition of textile products [Article 3] Definitions
1.(k) "agreed allowance" means the value of moisture regain to be used in the calculation of the percentage of fibre components on a clean, dry mass basis, with adjustment by conventional factors.
Posit 2011-0005
agreed allowance [REG 2011-1007]   agreed allowance textile fibre names [Article 3] Definitions
1. (k) "agreed allowance" means the value of moisture regain to be used in the calculation of the percentage of fibre components on a clean, dry mass basis, with adjustment by conventional factors.
REG 2011-1007
agreed maturity (Deposit with) [Guide ECB-2007-0009(2012-09-14)G]   Deposits with agreed maturity monetary, financial institutions and markets statistics [GLOSSARY]
Deposits with agreed maturity: are non-transferable deposits that cannot be converted into currency before an agreed fixed term or can be converted into currency before an agreed term, but the holder is then charged a penalty. Financial products with roll-over provisions must be classified according to their earliest maturity. Although deposits with an agreed maturity may allow for earlier redemption after prior notification or may be redeemable on demand subject to penalties, these features are not considered relevant for classification purposes.
Guide ECB-2007-0009(2012-09-14)
Agreed service [Agreement Euro-Mediterranean Aviation]   Agreed services Euro-Mediterranean Aviation Agreement [Article 1] Definitions
(1) "Agreed services" and "specified routes" mean international air transport pursuant to Article 2 and Annex I of this Agreement;
Agreement Euro-Mediterranean Aviation
agreed term (mutually) [REG 2014-0511]   mutually agreed terms Nagoya Protocol on Access to Genetic Resources and the Fair and Equitable Sharing of Benefits Arising from their Utilization in the Union [Article 3] Definitions
(6) "mutually agreed terms" means the contractual arrangements concluded between a provider of genetic resources, or of traditional knowledge associated with genetic resources, and a user, that set out specific conditions for the fair and equitable sharing of benefits arising from the utilisation of genetic resources or of traditional knowledge associated with genetic resources, and that may also include further conditions and terms for such utilisation as well as subsequent applications and commercialisation;
REG 2014-0511
Agreement [Agreement Euro-Mediterranean Aviation]   Agreement Euro-Mediterranean Aviation Agreement [Article 1] Definitions
(2) "Agreement" means this Agreement, its Annexes, and any amendments thereto;
Agreement Euro-Mediterranean Aviation
agreement [REG 2004-0772]   agreement categories of technology transfer agreements [Article 1] Definitions
1. (a) "agreement" means an agreement, a decision of an association of undertakings or a concerted practice;
REG 2004-0772
agreement [REG 2010-1217]   agreement certain categories of research and development agreements [Article 1] Definitions
1. (b) "agreement" means an agreement, a decision by an association of undertakings or a concerted practice;
REG 2010-1217
agreement [REG 2010-1218]   agreement certain categories of specialisation agreements [Article 1] Definitions
1. (e) "agreement" means an agreement, a decision by an association of undertakings or a concerted practice;
REG 2010-1218
agreement [REG 2014-0316]   agreement technology transfer agreements [Article 1] Definitions
1. (a) "agreement" means an agreement, a decision of an association of undertakings or a concerted practice;
REG 2014-0316
Agreement [REG 2014-0806]   Agreement resolution of credit institutions and certain investment firms in the framework of a Single Resolution Mechanism and a Single Resolution Fund [Article 3] Definitions
1. (36) "Agreement" means the agreement on the transfer and mutualisation of contributions to the Fund;
REG 2014-0806
agreement [REG 2014-0912]   agreement framework for managing financial responsibility linked to investor-to-state dispute settlement tribunals [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "agreement" means any international agreement covering provisions on foreign direct investment to which the Union is party, or the Union and its Member States are parties, and which provides for investor-to-state dispute settlement;
REG 2014-0912
Agreement (1994) [Decision 2011-0731w]   1994 Agreement (International Tropical Timber Agreement of 1994) International Tropical Timber Agreement Whereas:
(2) The 2006 Agreement was negotiated to replace the International Tropical Timber Agreement of 1994 ("the 1994 Agreement") as extended, which will remain in force until the entry into force of the 2006 Agreement.
Decision 2011-0731
Agreement (1995) [Convention (Decision 2012-0130)]   1995 Agreement Convention on the Conservation and Management of High Seas Fishery Resources in the South Pacific Ocean [Article 1] Definitions
1. b) "1995 Agreement" means the Agreement for the Implementation of the Provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 relating to the Conservation and Management of Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks of 4 December 1995;
Convention (Decision 2012-0130)
Agreement (1995) [Decision 2010-0717A]   1995 Agreement Convention on Future Multilateral Cooperation in the Northwest Atlantic Fisheries AMENDMENT TO THE CONVENTION ON FUTURE MULTILATERAL COOPERATION IN THE NORTHWEST ATLANTIC FISHERIES [Article 3] Articles I to XXI shall be deleted and replaced
[Article I] Use of terms
(b) "1995 Agreement" means the Agreement for the Implementation of the Provisions of the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea of 10 December 1982 relating to the Conservation and Management of Straddling Fish Stocks and Highly Migratory Fish Stocks of 4 August 1995;
Decision 2010-0717
Agreement (2006) [Decision 2011-0731w]   2006 Agreement (2006 International Tropical Timber Agreement) International Tropical Timber Agreement Whereas:
(1) On 27 January 2006 the negotiating conference established under the aegis of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) approved the text of the 2006 International Tropical Timber Agreement ("the 2006 Agreement").
Decision 2011-0731
Agreement (ACTA) [2012-EDPS-0009]   ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) Today, the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) adopted his Opinion on the proposal for a Council Decision on the conclusion of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA).
The Opinion shows that the lack of precision of the Agreement about the measures to be deployed to tackle infringements of intellectual property rights ("IP rights") on the Internet may have unacceptable side effects on fundamental rights of individuals, if they are not implemented properly.  ・・・
2012-EDPS-0009
agreement (ADS C) [REG 2012-0923]   ADS-C agreement common rules of the air and operational provisions regarding services and procedures in air navigation [Article 2] Definitions
2. "ADS-C agreement" means a reporting plan which establishes the conditions of ADS-C data reporting (i.e. data required by the air traffic services unit and frequency of ADS-C reports which have to be agreed to prior to using ADS-C in the provision of air traffic services);
REG 2012-0923
agreement (AL) [Guide ECB-2013-0027]   AL agreement TARGET2 (Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system) [Article 2] Definitions
(22) "AL agreement" means the multilateral aggregated liquidity agreement entered into by the AL group members and their respective AL NCBs, for the purposes of the AL mode;
Guide ECB-2012-0027
agreement (AL) [Guide ECB-2007-0002A2]   AL agreement Trans-European Automated Real-time Gross settlement Express Transfer system (TARGET2) [ANNEX II] HARMONISED CONDITIONS FOR PART ICIPATION IN TARGET2
[TITLE I] GENERAL PROVISIONS
[Article 1] Definitions
"AL agreement" means the multilateral aggregated liquidity agreement entered into by the AL group members and their respective AL NCBs, for the purposes of the AL mode,
Guide ECB-2007-0002
Agreement (Association) [Agreement Euro-Mediterranean Aviation]   Association Agreement Euro-Mediterranean Aviation Agreement [Article 1] Definitions
(5) "Association Agreement" means the Euro-Mediterranean Agreement establishing an association between the European Communities and their Member States, of the one part, and the State of Israel, of the other part, signed at Brussels on 20 November 1995;
Agreement Euro-Mediterranean Aviation
Agreement (Authority, Competent, Qualifying) [Directive 2016-0881a]   Qualifying Competent Authority Agreement mandatory automatic exchange of information in the field of taxation [ANNEX] ANNEX III : FILING RULES FOR GROUPS OF MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES
SECTION I : DEFINED TERMS
11. The term "Qualifying Competent Authority Agreement" means an agreement that is between authorised representatives of an EU Member State and a non-Union jurisdiction that are parties to an International Agreement and that requires the automatic exchange of country-by-country reports between the party jurisdictions.
Directive 2016-0881
Agreement (Bilateral) [RESOL 2016-C444-01 Cor 2017-03]   Bilateral Agreements EU Football Handbook 【正誤表】
On page 13, paragraph "3.14a Bilateral Agreements" is replaced by the following:
"3.14a Bilateral Agreements
It is strongly recommended that, at an early stage of the preparations, countries participating in the event should adopt a bilateral agreement with the host authorities setting out the arrangements for information exchange, deployment of visiting police delegations and other police cooperation matters in connection with the event. Such bilateral agreements can also include areas of governmental and judicial cooperation. A template for a bilateral agreement will be prepared. It will include the list of issues which should be considered and agreed between the two parties. The template will not be a model agreement but rather an aid to bilateral negotiation.";
on page 15, second paragraph is replaced by the following:
"Detailed guidance on this matter is set out in Council of Europe Standing Committee Recommendation Rec (2015) 1 on Safety, Security and Service at Football Matches and other Sports Events.".
RESOL 2016-C444-01 Cor 2017-03
agreement (connection) [REG 2016-0631]   connection agreement network code on requirements for grid connection of generators [Article 2] Definitions
(14) "connection agreement" means a contract between the relevant system operator and either the power-generating facility owner, demand facility owner, distribution system operator or HVDC system owner, which includes the relevant site and specific technical requirements for the power-generating facility, demand facility, distribution system, distribution system connection or HVDC system;
REG 2016-0631
agreement (contractual) [Directive 2012-0034]   contractual agreement single European railway area [Article 3] Definitions
(16) "contractual agreement" means an agreement or, mutatis mutandis, an arrangement within the framework of administrative measures;
Directive 2012-0034
agreement (contractual) [Posit 2012-0008]   contractual agreement single European railway area [Article 3] Definitions
(14) "contractual agreement" means an agreement or, mutatis mutandis, an arrangement within the framework of administrative or regulatory measures;
Posit 2012-0008
agreement (cooperation) [Decision 2009-0934]   cooperation agreement Europol's relations with partners [Article 1] Definitions
(i) "cooperation agreement" means either a strategic or an operational agreement;
Decision 2009-0934
agreement (Credit) [Directive 2014-0017]   Credit agreement credit agreements for consumers [Article 4] Definitions
(3) "Credit agreement" means an agreement whereby a creditor grants or promises to grant, to a consumer, a credit falling within the scope of Article 3 in the form of a deferred payment, loan or other similar financial accommodation.
Directive 2014-0017
agreement (credit) [Directive 1987-0102]   credit agreement consumer credit [Article 1]
2. (c) "credit agreement" means an agreement whereby a creditor grants or promises to grant to a consumer a credit in the form of a deferred payment, a loan or other similar financial accommodation.
Agreements for the provision on a continuing basis of a service or a utility, where the consumer has the right to pay for them, for the duration of their provision, by means of instalments, are not deemed to be credit agreements for the purpose of this Directive;
Directive 1987-0102
agreement (credit) [Directive 2008-0048]   credit agreement credit agreements for consumers [Article 3] Definitions
(c) "credit agreement" means an agreement whereby a creditor grants or promises to grant to a consumer credit in the form of a deferred payment, loan or other similar financial accommodation, except for agreements for the provision on a continuing basis of services or for the supply of goods of the same kind, where the consumer pays for such services or goods for the duration of their provision by means of instalments;
Directive 2008-0048
agreement (credit, equity, Shared) [Directive 2014-0017]   Shared equity credit agreement credit agreements for consumers [Article 4] Definitions
(25) "Shared equity credit agreement" means a credit agreement where the capital repayable is based on a contractually set percentage of the value of the immovable property at the time of the capital repayment or repayments.
Directive 2014-0017
agreement (credit, linked) [Directive 2008-0048]   linked credit agreement credit agreements for consumers [Article 3] Definitions
(n) "linked credit agreement" means a credit agreement where
(i) the credit in question serves exclusively to finance an agreement for the supply of specific goods or the provision of a specific service, and
(ii) those two agreements form, from an objective point of vi ew, acommercial unit; a commercial unit shall be deemed to exist where the supplier or service provider himself finances the credit for the consumer or, if it is financed by a third party, where the creditor uses the services of the supplier or service provider in connection with the conclusion or preparation of the credit agreement, or where the specific goods or the provision of a specific service are explicitly specified in the credit agreement.
Directive 2008-0048
agreement (cross border) [Directive 2012-0034]   cross-border agreement single European railway area [Article 3] Definitions
(13) "cross-border agreement" means any agreement between two or more Member States or between Member States and third countries intended to facilitate the provision of cross-border rail services;
Directive 2012-0034
agreement (cross border) [Posit 2012-0008]   cross-border agreement single European railway area [Article 3] Definitions
(11) "cross-border agreement" means any agreement between two or more Member States or between Member States and third countries intended to facilitate the provision of cross-border rail services;
Posit 2012-0008
agreement (delegation) [REG 2012-0966]   delegation agreement 【Financial Regulation】
financial rules applicable to the general budget
[Article 2] Definitions
(f) "delegation agreement" means an agreement concluded with entities and persons entrusted with budget implementation tasks pursuant to points (i) to (viii) of Article 58(1)(c);
REG 2012-0966
Agreement (EEA) [Decision 2012-0227w]   EEA Agreement Annex II (Technical regulations, standards, testing and certification) to the EEA Agreement Whereas:
(1) Annex II to the Agreement on the European Economic Area ("the EEA Agreement"), contains specific provisions and arrangements concerning technical regulations, standards, testing and certification.
Decision 2012-0227
Agreement (EEA) [Rule 2012-C337-01]   EEA Agreement Rules of Procedure of the Court of Justice [Article 1] Definitions
1. (e) "EEA Agreement" means the Agreement on the European Economic Area, (OJ L 1, 3.1.1994, p. 27.)
Rule 2012-C337-01
Agreement (EEA) [RULE 2012-L265-01]   EEA Agreement Procedure of the Court of Justice [Article 1] Definitions
1.(e) "EEA Agreement" means the Agreement on the European Economic Area,
RULE 2012-L265-01
Agreement (EEA) [Rule 2015-L105-0111]   EEA Agreement Rules of procedure of the General Court [Article 1] Definitions 1.In these Rules:
(e) "EEA Agreement" means the Agreement on the European Economic Area (1);
Rule 2015-L105-01
Agreement (EFSI) [REG 2015-1017]   EFSI Agreement European Fund for Strategic Investments [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "EFSI Agreement" means the legal instrument whereby the Commission and the EIB specify the conditions laid down in this Regulation for the management of the EFSI;
REG 2015-1017
Agreement (EIAH) [REG 2015-1017]   EIAH Agreement European Fund for Strategic Investments [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "EIAH Agreement" means the legal instrument whereby the Commission and the EIB specify the conditions laid down in this Regulation for the implementation of the EIAH;
REG 2015-1017
agreement (finance) [Directive 2012-0019]   finance agreement 【新WEEE指令】
waste electrical and electronic equipment)
[Article 3] Definitions
1.(i) "finance agreement" means any loan, lease, hiring or deferred sale agreement or arrangement relating to any equipment whether or not the terms of that agreement or arrangement or any collateral agreement or arrangement provide that a transfer of ownership of that equipment will or may take place;
Directive 2012-0019
agreement (finance) [RESOL 2012-C182E-13]   finance agreement waste electrical and electronic equipment 【新・WEEE指令(案)】 [Article 3] Definitionsn
(o) "finance agreement" means any loan, lease, hiring or deferred sale agreement or arrangement relating to any equipment whether or not the terms of that agreement or arrangement or any collateral agreement or arrangement provide that a transfer of ownership of that equipment will or may take place.
RESOL 2012-C182E-13
agreement (finance) [Directive 2002-0096]   finance agreement 【WEEE指令】
waste electrical and electronic equipment)
[Article 3 Definitions]
(m) "finance agreement" means any loan, lease, hiring or deferred sale agreement or arrangement relating to any equipment whether or not the terms of that agreement or arrangement or any collateral agreement or arrangement provide that a transfer of ownership of that equipment will or may take place.
Directive 2002-0096
agreement (financing) [REG 2007-0718]   financing agreement IPA (instrument for pre-accession assistance) [Article 2] Definitions
5. "financing agreement": annual or multi–annual agreement concluded between the Commission and the beneficiary country, following a Commission financing decision approving the Community contribution to a programme or an operation falling within the scope of this Regulation;
REG 2007-0718
agreement (financing) [REG 2014-0447]   financing agreement Instrument for Pre-accession assistance (IPA II) [Article 2] Definitions
(i) "financing agreement" means an annual or multi-annual agreement concluded between the Commission and an IPA II beneficiary, for implementing the Union's financial assistance through an action falling within the scope of this Regulation.
REG 2014-0447
agreement (framework) [Decision 2016-0245]   framework agreement rules on procuremen [Article 1] Definitions
(9) "framework agreement" means an agreement between the ECB and one or more suppliers, the purpose of which is to establish the terms governing the specific contracts to be awarded during a given period, in particular with regard to price and, where appropriate, the quantity envisaged;
Decision 2016-0245
agreement (framework) [Directive 2012-0034]   framework agreement single European railway area [Article 3] Definitions
(23) "framework agreement" means a legally binding general agreement under public or private law, setting out the rights and obligations of an applicant and the infrastructure manager in relation to the infrastructure capacity to be allocated and the charges to be levied over a period longer than one working timetable period;
Directive 2012-0034
agreement (framework) [Posit 2012-0008]   framework agreement single European railway area [Article 3] Definitions
(21) "framework agreement" means a legally binding general agreement under public or private law, setting out the rights and obligations of an applicant and the infrastructure manager in relation to the infrastructure capacity to be allocated and the charges to be levied over a period longer than one working timetable period;
Posit 2012-0008
agreement (framework) [REG 2007-0718]   framework agreement IPA (instrument for pre-accession assistance) [Article 2] Definitions
3. "framework agreement": agreement concluded between the Commission and the beneficiary country and applying to all IPA components, laying down the principles of the cooperation of the beneficiary country and the Commission under this Regulation;
REG 2007-0718
agreement (framework) [REG 2014-0447]   framework agreement Instrument for Pre-accession assistance (IPA II) [Article 2] Definitions
(c) "framework agreement" means an arrangement concluded between the Commission and an IPA II beneficiary applying to all IPA II policy areas and laying down the principles of the financial cooperation between the IPA II beneficiary and the Commission under this Regulation;
REG 2014-0447
agreement (framework) [Directive 1990-0531]   framework agreement entities operating in the water, energy, transport and telecommunications sectors [Article 1]
4.framework agreement shall mean an agreement between one of the contracting entities defined in Article 2 and one or more suppliers or contractors, the purpose of which is to establish the terms, in particular with regard to the prices and, where appropriate, the quantity envisaged, governing the contracts to be awarded during a given period;
Directive 1990-0531
agreement (framework) [Directive 1993-0038]   framework agreement procurement procedures of entities operating in the water, energy, transport and telecommunications sectors [TITLE I] General provisions [Article 1]
5. "framework agreement" shall mean an agreement between one of the contracting entities defined in Article 2 and one or more suppliers, contractors or service providers the purpose of which is to establish the terms, in particular with regard to the prices and, where appropriate, the quantity envisaged, governing the contracts to be awarded during a given period;
Directive 1993-0038
agreement (framework) [Directive 2001-0014]   framework agreement allocation of railway infrastructure capacity and the levying of charges for the use of railway infrastructure and safety certification [Article 2] Definitions
f) "framework agreement" means a legally binding general agreement on the basis of public or private law, setting out the rights and obligations of an applicant and the infrastructure manager or the allocation body in relation to the infrastructure capacity to be allocated and the charges to be levied over a period longer than one working timetable period;
Directive 2001-0014
agreement (framework) [Directive 2004-0017]   framework agreement procurement procedures of entities operating in the water, energy, transport and postal services sectors [Article 1] Definitions
4. A "framework agreement" is an agreement between one or more contracting entities referred to in Article 2(2) and one or more economic operators, the purpose of which is to establish the terms governing contracts to be awarded during a given period, in particular with regard to price and, where appropriate, the quantities envisaged.
Directive 2004-0017
agreement (framework) [Directive 2004-0018]   framework agreement procedures for the award of public works contracts, public supply contracts and public service contracts [Article 1] Definitions
5. A "framework agreement" is an agreement between one or more contracting authorities and one or more economic operators, the purpose of which is to establish the terms governing contracts to be awarded during a given period, in particular with regard to price and, where appropriate, the quantity envisaged.
Directive 2004-0018
agreement (Framework) [Directive 2009-0081]   Framework agreement contracts, supply contracts and service contracts by contracting authorities or entities in the fields of defence and security [Article 1] Definitions
11. "Framework agreement" means an agreement between one or more contracting authorities/entities and one or more economic operators, the purpose of which is to establish the terms governing contracts to be awarded during a given period, in particular with regard to price and, where appropriate, the quantity envisaged;
Directive 2009-0081
agreement (fulfilment, joint) [REG 2014-0662]   joint fulfilment agreement Kyoto Protocol [Article 1] Regulation (EU) No 525/2013 is amended as follows:
(1) the following points are inserted in Article 3:
(13c) "joint fulfilment agreement" means the terms of an agreement, in accordance with Article 4 of the Kyoto Protocol, between the Union, its Member States and any third country to fulfil their commitments under Article 3 of the Kyoto Protocol, for the second commitment period, jointly;;
REG 2014-0662
agreement (grant) [Decision 2008-0458(2011-03-23)]   grant agreement European Return Fund [Article 2] Definitions
"grant agreement": an agreement or an equivalent form of legal instrument on the basis of which Member States provide grants to the final beneficiary for the purpose of implementing the project under the Fund.
Decision 2008-0458(2011-03-23)
agreement (grant) [REG 2014-1042]   grant agreement designation and management and control responsibilities of Responsible Authorities [Article 1] Definitions
(d)"grant agreement" means an agreement or an equivalent form of legal instrument on the basis of which the Responsible Authority provides grants to the beneficiary for the purpose of implementing a project under the national programme.
REG 2014-1042
agreement (grant, Classified) [Decision 2015-0444]   Classified grant agreement security rules for protecting EU classified information [CHAPTER 6] INDUSTRIAL SECURITY [Article 40] Definitions
(c) "Classified grant agreement" means an agreement whereby the Commission awards a grant, as referred to in Part I, Title VI, of Regulation (EC, Euratom) No 1605/2002, the performance of which requires or involves the creation, handling or storing of EUCI;
Decision 2015-0444
Agreement (Interbus) [Agreement (Interbus 2002)]   Interbus Agreement Interbus Agreement [Article 1] Scope
1. This Agreement shall apply:
(a) to the international carriage of passengers, of anynationality, byroad bymeans of occasional services:
- between the territories of two Contracting Parties, or starting and finishing on the territoryof the same Contracting Partyand, should the need arise during such services, in transit through the territoryof another Contracting Partyor through the territory of a non-Contracting State,
- carried out bytransport operators for hire or reward established in a Contracting Partyin accordance with its law and holding a licence to undertake carriage by means of international occasional services bycoach and bus,
- using buses and coaches registered in the Contracting Partywhere the transport operator is established;
(b) to unladen journeys of the buses and coaches concerned with these services.
2. 【以下略】
Agreement (Interbus 2002)
Agreement (Interbus) [Decision 2012-0025A]   Interbus Agreement Interbus Agreement Whereas:
(1) Pursuant to Article 23(3) of the Interbus Agreement on the international occasional carriage of passengers by coach and bus (hereinafter referred to as "the Agreement"), the Joint Committee is required to establish its rules of procedure.
Decision 2012-0025
agreement (interconnection) [REG 2013-0984]   interconnection agreement Network Code on Capacity Allocation Mechanisms in Gas Transmission Systems [Article 3] Definitions
(9) "interconnection agreement" means an agreement entered into by adjacent transmission system operators, whose systems are connected at a particular interconnection point, which specifies terms and conditions, operating procedures and provisions, in respect of delivery and/or withdrawal of gas at the interconnection point with the purpose of facilitating efficient interoperability of the interconnected transmission networks;
REG 2013-0984
agreement (intergovernmental) [Decision 2012-0994]   intergovernmental agreement information exchange mechanism in the field of energy [Article 2] Definitions
(1) "intergovernmental agreement" means any legally binding agreement between one or more Member States and one or more third countries having an impact on the operation or the functioning of the internal energy market or on the security of energy supply in the Union; however, where such a legally binding agreement also covers other issues, only those provisions that relate to energy, including general provisions applicable to those energy-related provisions, shall constitute an "intergovernmental agreement";
Decision 2012-0994
agreement (intergovernmental, existing) [Decision 2012-0994]   existing intergovernmental agreement information exchange mechanism in the field of energy [Article 2] Definitions
(2) "existing intergovernmental agreement" means an intergovernmental agreement which entered into force or is applied provisionally prior to the entry into force of this Decision
Decision 2012-0994
Agreement (International) [Directive 2016-0881a]   International Agreement mandatory automatic exchange of information in the field of taxation [ANNEX] ANNEX III : FILING RULES FOR GROUPS OF MULTINATIONAL ENTERPRISES
SECTION I : DEFINED TERMS
12. The term "International Agreement" means the Multilateral Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters, any bilateral or multilateral tax convention, or any tax information exchange agreement to which the Member State is a party, and that by its terms provides legal authority for the exchange of tax information between jurisdictions, including automatic exchange of such information.
Directive 2016-0881
agreement (lease, dry) [REG 2008-1008]   dry lease agreement operation of air services [Article 2] Definitions
24. "dry lease agreement" means an agreement between undertakings pursuant to which the aircraft is operated under the AOC of the lessee;
REG 2008-1008
agreement (lease, dry) [REG 2012-0965A1]   dry lease agreement civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(39) "dry lease agreement" means an agreement between undertakings pursuant to which the aircraft is operated under the air operator certificate (AOC) of the lessee;
REG 2012-0965
agreement (lease, wet) [REG 2008-1008]   wet lease agreement operation of air services [Article 2] Definitions
25. "wet lease agreement" means an agreement between air carriers pursuant to which the aircraft is operated under the AOC of the lessor;
REG 2008-1008
agreement (lease, wet) [REG 2012-0965A1]   wet lease agreement civil aviation [ANNEX I] Definitions for terms used in Annexes II to V
(123) "wet lease agreement" means an agreement between air carriers pursuant to which the aircraft is operated under the AOC of the lessor;
REG 2012-0965
agreement (letter of) [REG 2007-1265]   letter of agreement air-ground voice channel spacing [Article 2] Definitions
12. "letter of agreement" means an agreement between two adjacent ATC units that specifies how their respective ATC responsibilities are to be coordinated;
REG 2007-1265
agreement (letter of) [REG 2012-1079]   letter of agreement voice channels spacing for the single European sky [Article 3] Definitions
(17) "letter of agreement" means an agreement between two adjacent ATS units that specifies how their respective ATS responsibilities are to be coordinated;
REG 2012-1079
agreement (Level 2-Level 3) [Decision 2011-0295]   Level 2-Level 3 agreement TARGET2-Securities network service providers (ECB) [Article 1] Definitions
(j) "Level 2-Level 3 agreement" means the supply and operation agreement that is negotiated between the T2S Programme Board and the 4CB, endorsed by the Governing Council and subsequently signed by the Eurosystem central banks and the 4CB. It contains the additional details of the tasks and responsibilities of the 4CB, the T2S Programme Board and the Eurosystem central banks;
Decision 2011-0295
agreement (licence) [Decision 2011-0295]   licence agreement TARGET2-Securities network service providers (ECB) [Article 1] Definitions
(n) "licence agreement" means an agreement governed by German law, as proposed by the T2S Programme Board and approved by the Governing Council, setting out the reciprocal rights and obligations of the Eurosystem central banks and of the relevant T2S network service provider;
Decision 2011-0295
agreement (licensing) [REG 1996-0240]   licensing agreement certain categories of technology transfer agreements [Article 10]
(6) "licensing agreement" means pure patent licensing agreements and pure know-how licensing agreements as well as mixed patent and know-how licensing agreements;
REG 1996-0240
Agreement (Margin) [Directive 2006-0048A3]   Margin Agreement taking up and pursuit of the business of credit institutions [ANNEX III] THE TREATMENT OF COUNTERPARTY CREDIT RISK OF DERIVATIVE INSTRUMENTS, REPURCHASE TRANSACTIONS, SECURITIES ORCOMMODITIES LENDING OR BORROWING TRANSACTIONS, LONG SETTLEMENT TRANSACTIONS AND MARGIN LENDING TRANSACTIONS
PART 1 Definitions Netting sets, hedging sets, and related terms
8. "Margin Agreement" means a contractual agreement or provisions of an agreement under which one counterparty shall supply collateral to a second counterparty when an exposure of that second counterparty to the first counterparty exceeds a specified level.
Directive 2006-0048
agreement (operational) [Decision 2009-0934]   operational agreement Europol's relations with partners [Article 1] Definitions
(h) "operational agreement" means an agreement allowing for the exchange of information, including personal data;
Decision 2009-0934
Agreement (Partnership) [REG 2013-1303]   Partnership Agreement ERDF, ESF, Cohesion Fund, EAFRD, EMFF, [Article 2] Definitions
(20) "Partnership Agreement" means a document prepared by a Member State with the involvement of partners in line with the multi-level governance approach, which sets out that Member State's strategy, priorities and arrangements for using the ESI Funds in an effective and efficient way so as to pursue the Union strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, and which is approved by the Commission following assessment and dialogue with the Member State concerned;
REG 2013-1303
Agreement (Partnership) [REG 2005-2173]   Partnership Agreement FLEGT licensing scheme [Article 2]
3. "Partnership Agreement" means an agreement between the Community and a partner country by which the Community and that partner country undertake to work together in support of the FLEGT Action Plan and to implement the FLEGT licensing scheme;
REG 2005-2173
Agreement (Partnership, ACP-EU) [Decision 2010-0371(2011-12-05)]   ACP-EU Partnership Agreement (between the members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States of the one part, and the European Community and its Member States) consultations with the Republic of Madagascar under Article 96 of the ACP-EU Partnership Agreement [Article 1]
Consultations with the Republic of Madagascar under Article 96 of the Partnership agreement between the members of the African, Caribbean and Pacific Group of States of the one part, and the European Community and its Member States, of the other part, signed in Cotonou on 23 June 2000, as revised in Luxembourg on 25 June 2005, (hereinafter referred to as the "ACP-EU Partnership Agreement") are hereby concluded.
Decision 2010-0371(2011-12-05)
agreement (partnership, fishery, sustainable) [Posit 2013-0009]   sustainable fisheries partnership agreement Common Fisheries Policy [Article 4] Definitions
1. (37) "sustainable fisheries partnership agreement" means an international agreement concluded with a third state for the purpose of obtaining access to waters and resources in order to sustainably exploit a share of the surplus of marine biological resources, in exchange for financial compensation from the Union, which may include sectoral support.
Posit 2013-0009
agreement (partnership, fishery, sustainable) [REG 2013-1380]   sustainable fisheries partnership agreement Common Fisheries Policy [Article 4] Definitions
1. (37) "sustainable fisheries partnership agreement" means an international agreement concluded with a third state for the purpose of obtaining access to waters and resources in order to sustainably exploit a share of the surplus of marine biological resources, in exchange for financial compensation from the Union, which may include sectoral support.
REG 2013-1380
agreement (production, joint) [REG 2010-1218]   joint production agreement certain categories of specialisation agreements [Article 1] Definitions
1. (d) "joint production agreement" means an agreement by virtue of which two or more parties agree to produce certain products jointly;
REG 2010-1218
agreement (rate, Forward) [Guide ECB-2002-0010A2]   Forward rate agreement legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY
Forward rate agreement shall mean a contract in which two parties agree the interest rate to be paid on a notional deposit of a specified maturity on a specific future date. At the settlement date compensation has to be paid by one party to the other, depending on the difference between the contracted interest rate and the market rate on the settlement date.
Guide ECB-2002-0010
agreement (rate, Forward) [Guide ECB-2006-0016(2009-12-31)A2]   Forward rate agreement legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY
Forward rate agreement: a contract in which two parties agree the interest rate to be paid on a notional deposit of a specified maturity on a specific future date. At the settlement date compensation has to be paid by one party to the other, depending on the difference between the contracted interest rate and the market rate on the settlement date.
Guide ECB-2006-0016(2009-12-31)
agreement (rate, Forward) [Guide ECB-2010-0020(2011-12-31)A2]   Forward rate agreement legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY
Forward rate agreement: a contract in which two parties agree the interest rate to be paid on a notional deposit of a specified maturity on a specific future date. At the settlement date compensation has to be paid by one party to the other, depending on the difference between the contracted interest rate and the market rate on the settlement date.
Guide ECB-2010-0020(2011-12-31)
agreement (reciprocal) [REG 2014-0316]   reciprocal agreement technology transfer agreements [Article 1] Definitions
1. (d) "reciprocal agreement" means a technology transfer agreement where two undertakings grant each other, in the same or separate contracts, a technology rights licence, and where those licences concern competing technologies or can be used for the production of competing products;
REG 2014-0316
agreement (reciprocal, non) [REG 2004-0772]   non-reciprocal agreement categories of technology transfer agreements [Article 1] Definitions
1. (d) "non-reciprocal agreement" means a technology transfer agreement where one undertaking grants another undertaking a patent licence, a know-how licence, a software copyright licence or a mixed patent, know-how or software copyright licence, or where two undertakings grant each other such a licence but where these licences do not concern competing technologies and cannot be used for the production of competing products;
REG 2004-0772
agreement (reciprocal, non) [REG 2014-0316]   non-reciprocal agreement technology transfer agreements [Article 1] Definitions
1. (e) "non-reciprocal agreement" means a technology transfer agreement where one undertaking grants another undertaking a technology rights licence, or where two undertakings grant each other such a licence but where those licences do not concern competing technologies and cannot be used for the production of competing products;
REG 2014-0316
Agreement (relevant) [Convention (Decision 2013-0094)]   relevant Agreement Convention on pan-Euro-Mediterranean preferential rules of origin [Article 2]
(3) "relevant Agreement" means a free trade agreement between two or more Contracting Parties, which refers to this Convention.
Convention (Decision 2013-0094)
agreement (representation) [Directive 2014-0026]   representation agreement copyright and related rights and multi-territorial licensing of rights in musical works for online use in the internal market [Article 3] Definitions
(j) "representation agreement" means any agreement between collective management organisations whereby one collective management organisation mandates another collective management organisation to manage the rights it represents, including an agreement concluded under Articles 29 and 30;
Directive 2014-0026
agreement (representation, reciprocal) [RECOM 2005-0737]   reciprocal representation agreement copyright and related rights for legitimate online music services Definitions
1. (i) "reciprocal representation agreement" means any bilateral agreement between collective rights managers whereby one collective rights manager grants to the other the right to represent its repertoire in the territory of the other.
RECOM 2005-0737
agreement (repurchase and reverse repurchase) [REG 2013-0575]   "repurchase agreement" and "reverse repurchase agreement" 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (82) "repurchase agreement" and "reverse repurchase agreement" mean any agreement in which an institution or its counterparty transfers securities or commodities or guaranteed rights relating to either of the following:
(a) title to securities or commodities where that guarantee is issued by a recognised exchange which holds the rights to the securities or commodities and the agreement does not allow an institution to transfer or pledge a particular security or commodity to more than one counterparty at one time, subject to a commitment to repurchase them;
(b) substituted securities or commodities of the same description at a specified price on a future date specified, or to be specified, by the transferor, being a repurchase agreement for the institution selling the securities or commodities and a reverse repurchase agreement for the institution buying them;
REG 2013-0575
agreement (repurchase and reverse repurchase) [Directive 1993-0006]   "repurchase agreement" and "reverse repurchase agreement" capital adequacy of investments firms and credit institutions [DEFINITIONS Article 2]
17. "repurchase agreement" and "reverse repurchase agreement" shall mean any agreement in which an institution or its counter-party transfers securities or commodities or guaranteed rights relating to title to securities or commodities where that guarantee is issued by a recognised exchange which holds the rights to the securities or commodities and the agreement does not allow an institution to transfer or pledge a particular security or commodity to more than one counter-party at one time, subject to a commitment to repurchase them (or substituted securities or commodities of the same description) at a specified price on a future date specified, or to be specified, by the transferor, being a repurchase agreement for the institution selling the securities or commodities and a reverse repurchase agreement for the institution buying them.
A reverse repurchase agreement shall be considered an interprofessional transaction when the counter-party is subject to prudential coordination at Community level or is a Zone A credit institution as defined in Directive 89/647/EEC or is a recognized thirdcountry investment firm or when the agreement is concluded with a recognized clearing house or exchange;
Directive 1993-0006
agreement (repurchase) [Guide 2014-0304]   repurchase agreement domestic asset and liability management operations by the national central banks [Article 2] Definitions
(a) "repurchase agreement" means an agreement by which an NCB and a non-euro area national central bank agree to enter into one or more specific repurchase transactions. In a repurchase transaction, one party agrees to purchase from (or sell to) the other party securities denominated in euro against payment of an agreed price in euro on the trade date, with a simultaneous agreement to sell to (or purchase from) the other party equivalent securities against payment of another agreed price in euro at the maturity date;
Guide 2014-0304
agreement (repurchase) [Guide 2015-0510]   repurchase agreement implementation of the Eurosystem monetary policy framework (General Documentation Guideline) [Article 2] Definitions
(77) "repurchase agreement" means an arrangement whereby an eligible asset is sold to a buyer without any retention of ownership on the part of the seller, while the seller simultaneously obtains the right and the obligation to repurchase an equivalent asset at a specific price on a future date or on demand;
Guide 2015-0510
agreement (repurchase) [REG 2014-1333]   repurchase agreement statistics on the money markets [Article 1] Definitions
(22) "repurchase agreement" means an agreement under which the parties thereto may enter into transactions in which one party ("seller") agrees to sell to the other ("buyer") specified "assets" ("securities", "commodities" or "other financial assets") on a near date against the payment of the purchase price by the buyer to the seller, with a simultaneous agreement by the buyer to re-sell to the seller the assets on a fixed future date or on demand against the payment of the repurchase price by the seller to the buyer. Each such transaction may be a repurchase transaction or a buy and sell back transaction. ‘Repurchase agreement’ can also mean an agreement to pledge assets and give a general right of reuse in exchange for the loan of cash on a near date and repayment of the loan and interest on a far date in exchange for the return of the assets. Repurchase transactions may be undertaken with a predefined maturity date (‘fixed-term repurchase transactions’) or without a predefined maturity date leaving both parties the option to agree to roll over or terminate the agreement each day ("open basis repurchase transactions");
REG 2014-1333
agreement (repurchase) [Directive 2006-0049]   "repurchase agreement" and "reverse repurchase agreement" capital adequacy of investment firms and credit institutions (recast) [Section 2] Definitions [Article 3]
1.(m) "repurchase agreement" and "reverse repurchase agreement" mean any agreement in which an institution or its counterparty transfers securities or commodities or guaranteed rights relating to title — to securities or commodities where that guarantee is issued by a recognised exchange which holds the rights to the securities or commodities and the agreement does not allow an institution to transfer or pledge a particular security or commodity to more than one counterparty at one time, subject to a commitment to repurchase them — or substituted securities or commodities of the same description — at a specified price on a future date specified, or to be specified, by the transferor, being a repurchase agreement for the institution selling the securities or commodities and a reverse repurchase agreement for the institution buying them;
Directive 2006-0049
agreement (repurchase, Reverse sale and) [Guide ECB-2010-0020(2011-12-31)A2]   reverse repo (Reverse sale and repurchase agreement) legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY
Reverse sale and repurchase agreement (reverse repo): a contract under which a cash holder agrees to the purchase of an asset and, simultaneously, agrees to re-sell the asset for an agreed price on demand, after a stated time, or in the event of a particular contingency. Sometimes a repo transaction is agreed via a third party (triparty repo).
Guide ECB-2010-0020(2011-12-31)
agreement (repurchase, reverse) [REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11]   "repurchase agreement" and "reverse repurchase agreement" 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (82) "repurchase agreement" and "reverse repurchase agreement" mean any agreement in which an institution or its counterparty transfers securities or commodities or guaranteed rights relating to title to securities or commodities where that guarantee is issued by a recognised exchange which holds the rights to the securities or commodities and the agreement does not allow an institution to transfer or pledge a particular security or commodity to more than one counterparty at one time, subject to a commitment to repurchase them, or substituted securities or commodities of the same description at a specified price on a future date specified, or to be specified, by the transferor, being a repurchase agreement for the institution selling the securities or commodities and a reverse repurchase agreement for the institution buying them;
REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11
agreement (repurchase, reverse) [Directive 2006-0049]   "repurchase agreement" and "reverse repurchase agreement" capital adequacy of investment firms and credit institutions (recast) [Section 2] Definitions [Article 3]
1.(m) "repurchase agreement" and "reverse repurchase agreement" mean any agreement in which an institution or its counterparty transfers securities or commodities or guaranteed rights relating to title — to securities or commodities where that guarantee is issued by a recognised exchange which holds the rights to the securities or commodities and the agreement does not allow an institution to transfer or pledge a particular security or commodity to more than one counterparty at one time, subject to a commitment to repurchase them — or substituted securities or commodities of the same description — at a specified price on a future date specified, or to be specified, by the transferor, being a repurchase agreement for the institution selling the securities or commodities and a reverse repurchase agreement for the institution buying them;
Directive 2006-0049
agreement (repurchase, simple) [REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11]   simple repurchase agreement 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (84) "simple repurchase agreement" means a repurchase transaction of a single asset, or of similar, non-complex assets, as opposed to a basket of assets;
REG 2013-0575 Cor 2013-11
agreement (repurchase, simple) [REG 2013-0575]   simple repurchase agreement 【CRR】 prudential requirements for credit institutions and investment firms [Article 4] Definitions
1. (84) "simple repurchase agreement" means a repurchase transaction of a single asset, or of similar, non-complex assets, as opposed to a basket of assets;
REG 2013-0575
agreement (research and development) [REG 2010-1217]   research and development agreement certain categories of research and development agreements [Article 1] Definitions
1. (a) "research and development agreement" means an agreement entered into between two or more parties which relate to the conditions under which those parties pursue:
(i) joint research and development of contract products or contract technologies and joint exploitation of the results of that research and development;
(ii) joint exploitation of the results of research and development of contract products or contract technologies jointly carried out pursuant to a prior agreement between the same parties;
(iii) joint research and development of contract products or contract technologies excluding joint exploitation of the results;
(iv) paid-for research and development of contract products or contract technologies and joint exploitation of the results of that research and development;
(v) joint exploitation of the results of paid-for research and development of contract products or contract technologies pursuant to a prior agreement between the same parties; or
(vi) paid-for research and development of contract products or contract technologies excluding joint exploitation of the results;
REG 2010-1217
Agreement (Safety, Air, Bilateral) [2016-IP-0661]   BASA (Bilateral Air Safety Agreements) Aviation safety agreements Just three months after its adoption by the European Commission, the Aviation Strategy is starting to deliver its first results.
The Council has yesterday authorised the European Commission to open negotiations with China and Japan in view of concluding Bilateral Air Safety Agreements (BASA). Such agreements enhance air safety worldwide and contribute to the global competitiveness of the European aviation industry by cutting red-tape and facilitating exports.
2016-IP-0661
agreement (sale and repurchase, Reverse) [Guide ECB-2006-0016(2009-12-31)A2]   reverse repo (Reverse sale and repurchase agreement) legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY
Reverse sale and repurchase agreement (reverse repo): a contract under which a cash holder agrees to the purchase of an asset and, simultaneously, agrees to resell the asset for an agreed price on demand, or after a stated time, or in the event of a particular contingency. Sometimes a repo transaction is agreed via a third party (triparty repo).
Guide ECB-2006-0016(2009-12-31)
agreement (sale, reverse) [Guide ECB-2002-0010A2]   reverse sale and repurchase agreement (reverse repo) legal framework for accounting and financial reporting in the European System of Central Banks [ANNEX II] GLOSSARY
A reverse sale and repurchase agreement (reverse repo) is a contract under which a holder of cash agrees to the purchase of an asset and, simultaneously, agrees to re-