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Dictionary Turkish English: sb sth had

Translation 1 - 56 of 56

vardısb./sth. had
Partial Matches
b. yapmışsb. has/had done
b./b.ş. geldisb./sth. came
b./b.ş. -dirsb./sth. is
b./b.ş. idisb./sth. was
Unverified -ebilir / -abilirsb./sth. may [might]
Unverified sokmakto sting sb./sth. [insect]
-i -e ikna etmekto convince sb. of sth.
(-e) -i uzatmakto pass sth. (to sb.)
-e güvenmekto rely on sb./sth.
Unverified izinlisb. allowed
Unverified b. (satın) aldısb. bought
Unverified (birisi) şikayet complained
Unverified b. karar verirsb. decides
Unverified b. beklemişsb. expected
Unverified b. vurdusb. hit
Unverified b. incittisb. hurt
Unverified b. yaraladısb. hurt
b-i -bilirsb. might
Unverified -ecek / -acak [emir, tembih]sb. shall
Unverified -meli / -malı [kaçınılmazlık, kuvvetli ihtimal]sb. shall
b. -malı [manevi zorunluluk]sb. should
Unverified birisi denersb. tries
b. yaptısb. did
Unverified davranırsb. treats
ağırlamak (b-i)to host sb.
misafir etmek (b-i)to host sb.
b-e zarar vermekto hurt sb.
b-i incitmekto hurt sb.
b-i yaralamakto hurt sb.
Unverified b-e davranmakto treat sb.
Unverified b-e muamele etmekto treat sb.
b-i uyandırmakto wake sb.
b-e yalan söylemekto lie to sb.
b-i kandırmakto lie to sb.
-i uyandırmakto wake sb. up
yapabilirsb. may [is permitted]
kalaylamak [argo]to swear at sb. [sl.]
bir şey {pron}something <sth.>
-in altında {adv}below sth.
-e doğru {prep}towards sth.
-e karşı {prep}towards sth.
-den vazgeçmekto forego sth.
-den dolayı {prep}due to sth.
-in yüzündendue to sth.
-den ileri gelmekto arise from sth.
-den kaçınmakto beware of sth.
-den hoşnut olmakto be pleased about sth.
-den memnun olmakto be pleased about sth.
-den bıkkınlık gelmekto be sick of sth.
Unverified bir şeye alışkın olmakto be used to sth.
-i dört gözle beklemekto look forward to sth.
hesaba katmakto take sth. into account
b.ş. yapmak içinin order to do sth.
Unverified b.ş. toplamak [elma, patates, pamuk etc.]to pick sth. [apples, potatoes, cotton, etc.]
Unverified bir şeyi yaymakto spread sth. [disseminate] [rumours, joy etc.]
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