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adam

  • 1 adam

    [T adam, Az adam, Tk adam, from Ar]: man

    A Concise Gagauz Dictionary with etymologies and Turkish, Azerbaijani and Turkmen cognates > adam

  • 2 adam

    n. man, person, human being, guy, fellow, fellow man, chap, lad; Jack, feller [colloq.], bozo [sl.], cuss [colloq.], joker [colloq.], employee, manpower
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    1. bimbo 2. bloke 3. hombre 4. man 5. men

    Turkish-English dictionary > adam

  • 3 adam

    "man, person, fellow, guy, chap, bloke, cookie, bastard; human being; employee, worker; manpower; hired man, hired hand"

    İngilizce Sözlük Türkçe > adam

  • 4 adam

    "1. man. 2. human being. 3. person, individual. 4. a good person. 5. employee; servant; retainer; helper. 6. agent, representative. 7. follower, supporter, man. 8. one, a person. 9. prov. husband, man. Adamım! colloq. My friend! - adama defans sports man-to-man defense. - adama savunma sports man-to-man defense. - almamak (for streets) to be very crowded with people, be teeming with people. - azmanı enormously large person. - başına apiece, each, for each person. - beğenmemek to be overcritical of people. - boyu the height of a man. -ını bulmak /ın/ to find the right person to do (a job). -a çevirmek /ı/ to put (something) in good repair, put (something) in good shape. - değilim! colloq. I´ll be damned. -a dönmek/benzemek to look presentable; to look like somebody; to look like something. -ına düşmek (for a job) to come the way of someone who is really suited to do it. - etmek /ı/ 1. to be the making of (someone); to mature, make a man/a woman of. 2. to put (something) in good repair, rejuvenate. 3. to set (a place, an organization) to rights, put (a place, an organization) on its feet; to make (a place, an organization) into something, make (a place, an organization) thrive. - evladı a person of good family and upbringing. - gibi 1. properly, suitably, in the right way. 2. worthy, genuine, real. -ına göre (adapting one´s approach) to suit the individual. - içine çıkmak/karışmak to mix with people. - istemek (for a project, for someone) to require a good man, need a person who´s really worth his salt. - kaldırmak to kidnap someone, abduct someone. - kıtlığı/yokluğu shortage of qualified and capable people. - kullanmak 1. to know how to use someone for one´s own benefit. 2. to know how to get someone to work, know how to get work out of someone, know how to work someone. - olmak 1. to grow up and become a responsible member of society. 2. (for something in disrepair) to be given a new lease on life, be put in good repair. -ı olmak /ın/ 1. to be very good at, be highly skilled in (a job). 2. to be the right person for (a job). 3. to be (someone´s) man, be one of (someone´s) men, be in the employ of; to be a retainer of. 4. to be someone whom one can rely on, be someone whom one can trust. - öldürmek to murder someone, commit murder. - sağmak to trick a man out of his money, milk people. -/insan sarrafı a good judge of people. -dan saymamak /ı/ see - yerine koymamak. - seçmek to show favor, play favorites, not to give a fair chance to everyone. - sen de! colloq. Don´t worry./Take it easy!/Never mind. - sırasına geçmek/girmek to win a place of respect and responsibility. - vurmak to commit murder. - yerine koymamak /ı/ to think (someone) to be beneath consideration, consider (someone) to be of no importance. "

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  • ADAM — (אָדָם), the first man and progenitor of the human race. The Documentary Hypothesis distinguishes two conflicting stories about the making of man in Scripture (for a contrary view, see U. Cassuto, From Adam to Noah, pp. 71 ff.). In the first… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ADAM — En hébreu, le nom commun adam , toujours employé au singulier, signifie «homme» en tant qu’espèce et non en tant qu’individu de sexe masculin. L’étymologie en est discutée. Le récit de la Genèse (II, 7) l’a rapproché du mot adamah , «terre», mais …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Adam — may refer to: * Adam (name), a common given name and surname (list of people in that article)Adam, as a word or as an abbreviation, may also refer to:* Adam (Bible), the first man according to the Abrahamic religious tradition * Adam Kadmon, the… …   Wikipedia

  • Adam — bezeichnet: eine Person, die in der Bibel und dem Koran als erster Mensch benannt wird, siehe Adam und Eva den ursprünglichen Menschen in der kabbalistischen Lehre, siehe Adam Qadmon einen Familien sowie männlichen Vornamen, siehe Adam (Name)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Adam — • First man and father of the human race Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Adam     Adam     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Adam — 〈m. 6〉 1. 〈nach bibl. Überlieferung〉 der erste Mensch 2. 〈fig.〉 der Mensch schlechthin ● den alten Adam ausziehen ein neuer Mensch werden; in ihm regt sich der alte Adam der sündhafte Mensch in ihm, der Mensch, der Versuchungen zugänglich ist; im …   Universal-Lexikon

  • ADAM — (Heb. אָדָם), city on the eastern bank of the Jordan River mentioned in Joshua 3:16 as the place where the Jordan ceased flowing at the time of the Israelite crossing. It also appears in the inscriptions of Pharaoh Shishak (10th century B.C.E.).… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ADAM (R. et J.) — ADAM ROBERT (1728 1792) & JAMES (1730 1794) Les architectes et décorateurs Robert et James Adam sont les fils d’un architecte écossais, William Adam. Ce dernier, déjà mêlé au courant du retour à l’antique qui depuis Inigo Jones triomphait en… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Adam — Adam, Édouard Jean * * * (as used in expressions) Adam, pico de Adam, Robert Elsheimer, Adam Mickiewicz, Adam (Bernard) Oehlenschläger, Adam Gottlob Powell, Adam Clayton, Jr. Sedgwick, Adam Sienkiewicz …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Adam — Sm erw. grupp. (12. Jh., als Appellativ) Onomastische Bildung. In der Bibel Name des ersten Menschen, zugleich hebräisches Wort für Mensch, Mann (hebr. ʾāḏām). Seit dem 12. Jh. verschiedene Wortverwendungen, die meist unmittelbar von Bibelstellen …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • Adam — Ad am, n. 1. The name given in the Bible to the first man, the progenitor of the human race. [1913 Webster] 2. (As a symbol) Original sin; human frailty. [1913 Webster] And whipped the offending Adam out of him. Shak. [1913 Webster] {Adam s ale} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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