Translation: from english to turkish

from turkish to english

a great deal of

  • 1 great deal

    çok şey

    English-Turkish dictionary > great deal

  • 2 great deal

    çok şey

    English-Turkish new dictionary > great deal

  • 3 a great deal of

    adv. epey
    * * *
    pek çok

    English-Turkish dictionary > a great deal of

  • 4 a great deal

    bir hayli, oldukça çok

    English-Turkish dictionary > a great deal

  • 5 a great deal of

    pek çok

    English-Turkish new dictionary > a great deal of

  • 6 a good deal / a great deal

    (much or a lot: They made a good deal of noise; She spent a great deal of money on it.) çok, pek çok

    English-Turkish dictionary > a good deal / a great deal

  • 7 have suffered a great deal

    çok çekmek, çok acı çekmek

    English-Turkish dictionary > have suffered a great deal

  • 8 deal

    interj. oldu
    ————————
    n. davranış, muamele; yöntem; alışveriş, pazarlık; anlaşma; kâğıt dağıtma; miktar; daha da fazla olma; çam tahtası, çam kerestesi
    ————————
    v. ilgilenmek, meşgul olmak, uğraşmak, değinmek; iş yapmak; alışveriş etmek; dağıtmak, kâğıt dağıtmak; uyuşturucu işi yapmak; vurmak; ele almak
    * * *
    uğraş
    * * *
    1. [di:l] noun
    1) (a bargain or arrangement: a business deal.) anlaşma, pazarlık
    2) (the act of dividing cards among players in a card game.) dağıtma
    2. [delt] verb
    1) (to do business, especially to buy and sell: I think he deals in stocks and shares.) alıp satmak,...ticaretini yapmak
    2) (to distribute (cards).) dağıtmak
    - dealing
    - deal with
    - a good deal / a great deal

    English-Turkish dictionary > deal

  • 9 at stake

    1) (to be won or lost: A great deal of money is at stake.) riskte
    2) (in great danger: The peace of the country / Our children's future is at stake.) büyük tehlikede

    English-Turkish dictionary > at stake

  • 10 confidence

    n. güven, inanç, itimat, kendine güven; inanma; sır, sırdaşlık
    * * *
    güven
    * * *
    ['konfidəns]
    1) (trust or belief in someone's ability: I have great confidence in you.) güven, itimat
    2) (belief and faith in one's own ability: She shows a great deal of confidence for her age.) kendine güven

    English-Turkish dictionary > confidence

  • 11 confident

    adj. güvenli, emin, kuşkusuz, kendine güvenen, atak, cüretli, inançlı
    * * *
    1. emin 2. kendinden emin
    * * *
    ['konfidənt]
    adjective (having a great deal of trust (especially in oneself): She is confident that she will win; a confident boy.) kendine güvenen

    English-Turkish dictionary > confident

  • 12 dedicated

    adj. ithaf olunmuş, verilmiş
    * * *
    1. ada (v.) 2. adanmış (adj.) 3. ata (v.) 4. atanmış (adj.)
    * * *
    adjective (spending a great deal of one's time and energy on a subject, one's job etc: She's a dedicated teacher; He is dedicated to music.) kendini adamış, yoluna baş koymuş

    English-Turkish dictionary > dedicated

  • 13 delegate

    n. delege, vekil, temsilci, elçi
    ————————
    v. delege atamak, delege olarak yetkilendirmek, ihale etmek
    * * *
    1. görevlendir (v.) 2. temsilci (n.) 3. yetki aktar
    * * *
    1. ['deləɡeit] verb
    (to give (a piece of work, power etc) to someone else: He delegates a great deal of work to his assistant.) yetki vermek
    2. [-ɡət, ]( American[) -ɡeit] noun
    (an elected representative (to a conference, Parliament, committee etc): The delegates met in the conference room.) delege, temsilci

    English-Turkish dictionary > delegate

  • 14 dissension

    n. muhalefet, anlaşmazlık, ihtilaf, bozuşma, geçimsizlik
    * * *
    kavga
    * * *
    [-ʃən]
    noun (disagreement: The proposal caused a great deal of dissension.) anlaşmazlık, uyuşmazlık

    English-Turkish dictionary > dissension

  • 15 draw

    n. çekme, çekiş; kura, çekiliş; cazibe, çekim; ilgi çekici şey; berabere biten oyun; yem, ağızdan lâf almak için söylenen söz
    ————————
    v. resmetmek, çizmek, yazmak, karalamak; çekmek, fıçıdan çekmek; yaklaşmak; germek; teşvik etmek; almak, kazanmak; ikna etmek; sorguya çekmek; keşide etmek; düzenlemek, taslağını çizmek; silâh çekmek; demlemek; devam etmek; kura çekmek, kâğıt çekmek
    * * *
    1. çiz 2. çiz (v.) 3. çekiliş (n.)
    * * *
    [dro:] 1. past tense - drew; verb
    1) (to make a picture or pictures (of), usually with a pencil, crayons etc: During his stay in hospital he drew a great deal; Shall I draw a cow?) çizmek
    2) (to pull along, out or towards oneself: She drew the child towards her; He drew a gun suddenly and fired; All water had to be drawn from a well; The cart was drawn by a pony.) çekmek
    3) (to move (towards or away from someone or something): The car drew away from the kerb; Christmas is drawing closer.) yaklaşmak
    4) (to play (a game) in which neither side wins: The match was drawn / We drew at 1-1.) berabere kalmak, bitmek
    5) (to obtain (money) from a fund, bank etc: to draw a pension / an allowance.) çekmek, almak
    6) (to open or close (curtains).) çekmek, kapamak
    7) (to attract: She was trying to draw my attention to something.) çekmek
    2. noun
    1) (a drawn game: The match ended in a draw.) beraberlik
    2) (an attraction: The acrobats' act should be a real draw.) gösteri
    3) (the selecting of winning tickets in a raffle, lottery etc: a prize draw.) çekiliş, çekme
    4) (an act of drawing, especially a gun: He's quick on the draw.) çekme
    - drawn
    - drawback
    - drawbridge
    - drawing-pin
    - drawstring
    - draw a blank
    - draw a conclusion from
    - draw in
    - draw the line
    - draw/cast lots
    - draw off
    - draw on1
    - draw on2
    - draw out
    - draw up
    - long drawn out

    English-Turkish dictionary > draw

  • 16 expensive

    adj. pahalı, masraflı, pahalıya mal olan
    * * *
    pahalı
    * * *
    [-siv]
    adjective (costing a great deal: expensive clothes.) pahalı

    English-Turkish dictionary > expensive

  • 17 face value

    görünür değer, üzerinde yazılı değer, dış görünüşe göre değer
    * * *
    ön değer
    * * *
    (the value stated on the face of a coin etc: Some old coins are now worth a great deal more than their face value.) nominal/yazılı değer

    English-Turkish dictionary > face value

  • 18 go on

    dayanmak, güvenmek, bel bağlamak, ilerlemek, devam etmek, olmak, konuşup durmak, dırdır etmek, gelmek (ışık), yanmak
    * * *
    devam et
    * * *
    1) (to continue: Go on reading - I won't disturb you.) devam etmek
    2) (to talk a great deal, usually too much: She goes on and on about her health.) sürekli konuşmak
    3) (to happen: What is going on here?) olmak, olup bitmek
    4) (to base one's investigations etc on: The police had very few clues to go on in their search for the murderer.) dayanmak, esas almak

    English-Turkish dictionary > go on

  • 19 go-getter

    noun (a person with a great deal of energy, ability etc who gets what he wants.) tuttğunu koparan kimse

    English-Turkish dictionary > go-getter

  • 20 groan

    n. inilti, inleme, sızlanma, sıkıntı
    ————————
    v. inlemek, sızlanmak, gıcırdamak
    * * *
    1. inle (v.) 2. inleme (n.)
    * * *
    [ɡrəun] 1. verb
    (to produce a deep sound (because of pain, unhappiness etc): He groaned when he heard that he had failed his exam; The table was groaning with food (= there was a great deal of food on it).) inlemek
    2. noun
    (a deep sound: a groan of despair.) inilti

    English-Turkish dictionary > groan

Look at other dictionaries:

  • great\ deal — • good deal • great deal noun informal A large amount; much. Used with a . Mrs. Walker s long illness cost her a good deal. George spends a great deal of his time watching television. Often used like an adverb. Cleaning up after the party took a… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • great deal — noun (often followed by of ) a large number or amount or extent (Freq. 10) a batch of letters a deal of trouble a lot of money he made a mint on the stock market see the rest of the winners in our huge passel of photos it must have cost plenty …   Useful english dictionary

  • great deal — See: GOOD DEAL …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • great deal — See: GOOD DEAL …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • great deal — Synonyms and related words: a deal, a great deal, a lot, abundantly, as all creation, as all get out, batch, beaucoup, considerable, considerably, deal, ever so, ever so much, galore, gobs, good deal, greatly, heap, heaps, highly, in great… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • great deal of — • good deal of • great deal of much; a lot of (+ uncountable noun) …   Idioms and examples

  • great deal of — adv. very much, very many …   English contemporary dictionary

  • great deal of —  Lots of …   American business jargon

  • a great deal — adverb 1. to a very great degree or extent (Freq. 1) I feel a lot better we enjoyed ourselves very much she was very much interested this would help a great deal • Syn: ↑a lot, ↑lots, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • (a) great deal of — a great deal (of (something)) a large amount of something. He offered me a great deal of money. Keeping the house really meant a good deal to me …   New idioms dictionary

  • (a) great deal — a great deal (of (something)) a large amount of something. He offered me a great deal of money. Keeping the house really meant a good deal to me …   New idioms dictionary

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

Wir verwenden Cookies für die beste Präsentation unserer Website. Wenn Sie diese Website weiterhin nutzen, stimmen Sie dem zu.