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  • 1 account

    n. hesap, banka hesabı; hesap verme, açıklama, söylenti; hesaba katma, göz önünde tutma; önem, sebep, yarar
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    v. açıklamak, açıklamasını yapmak, saymak; gözüyle bakmak; avlamak, yakalamak (av)
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    1. hesap ver (v.) 2. hesap (n.)
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    1) (an arrangement by which a person keeps his money in a bank: I have (opened) an account with the local bank.) hesap
    2) (a statement of money owing: Send me an account.) taksit hesabı
    3) (a description or explanation (of something that has happened): a full account of his holiday.) anlatım, rapor
    4) (an arrangement by which a person makes a regular (eg monthly) payment instead of paying at the time of buying: I have an account at Smiths.) hesap
    5) ((usually in plural) a record of money received and spent: You must keep your accounts in order; ( also adjective) an account book.) hesap
    - accountant
    - account for
    - on account of
    - on my/his etc account
    - on my/his account
    - on no account
    - take something into account, take account of something
    - take into account, take account of something
    - take something into account, take account of
    - take into account, take account of

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  • 2 across the board

    geniş kapsamlı, kapsamlı, genel?
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    eşit mali yük
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    applying in all cases: They were awarded wage increases across the board; (also adjective) (an across-the-board increase.) herkesi kapsayan

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  • 3 aerosol

    n. aerosol
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    1. aeresol 2. aerosol
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    ['eərəsol]
    (a mixture of liquid or solid particles and gas under pressure which is released from a container in the form of a mist: Many deodorants come in the form of aerosols; ( also adjective) an aerosol spray.) sprey

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  • 4 afternoon

    n. öğleden sonra
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    öğleden sonra
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    (the time between morning and evening: tomorrow afternoon; He works for us three afternoons a week; Tuesday afternoon; ( also adjective) afternoon tea.) öğleden sonra

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  • 5 airmail

    n. uçak postası, havayolu
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    v. uçak postasıyla göndermek
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    uçak postası
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    noun (a system of carrying mail by air: Send this parcel by airmail; ( also adjective) an airmail letter.) uçak postası

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  • 6 alarm

    n. alârm, tehlike işareti, telaş; korku, dehşet
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    v. alârma geçirmek, alârm vermek, ayağa kaldırmak, telaşlandırmak, korkutmak, panik yapmak
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    1. alarm 2. uyar (v.) 3. alarm (n.)
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    1. noun
    1) (sudden fear: We did not share her alarm at the suggestion.) korku, panik
    2) (something that gives warning of danger, attracts attention etc: Sound the alarm!; a fire-alarm; ( also adjective) an alarm clock.) alarm, tehlike işareti, çalar saat
    2. verb
    (to make (someone) afraid: The least sound alarms the old lady.) ürkütmek, telaşa düşürmek
    - alarmingly

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  • 7 animal

    adj. hayvansal, hayvanlarla ilgili
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    n. hayvan
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    hayvan
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    ['æniməl]
    1) (a living being which can feel things and move freely: man and other animals.) hayvan
    2) (an animal other than man: a book on man's attitude to animals; ( also adjective) animal behaviour.) hayvan

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  • 8 art

    adj. sanat, sanatsal
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    n. sanat, yaratıcılık, ressamlık, ustalık, hüner, beceri; bilim dalı; kurnazlık, şeytanlık
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    sanat
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    1) (painting and sculpture: I'm studying art at school; Do you like modern art?; ( also adjective) an art gallery, an art college.) sanat
    2) (any of various creative forms of expression: painting, music, dancing, writing and the other arts.) sanat
    3) (an ability or skill; the (best) way of doing something: the art of conversation/war.) usul, beceri
    - artfully
    - artfulness
    - arts

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  • 9 assistant

    adj. yardımcı
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    n. asistan, yardımcı, muavin; tezgâhtar
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    yardımcı
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    1) (a person who assists; a helper: a laboratory assistant; ( also adjective) an assistant headmaster.) asistan
    2) (a person who serves in a shop.) tezgâhtar

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  • 10 away

    adj. deplasmanda, rakip sahada
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    adv. uzakta, uzağa, uzak, durmadan, yok, bir yana, devamlı
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    n. deplasman maçı
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    1. uzakta (adv.) 2. uzak (adj.)
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    [ə'wei]
    1) (to or at a distance from the person speaking or the person or thing spoken about: He lives three miles away (from the town); Go away!; Take it away!) uzakta, uzağa, başka yere
    2) (in the opposite direction: She turned away so that he would not see her tears.) başka yöne, başka tarafa
    3) ((gradually) into nothing: The noise died away.) tükenip giderek
    4) (continuously: They worked away until dark.) hep, durmaksızın, devamlı, boyuna
    5) ((of a football match etc) not on the home ground: The team is playing away this weekend; ( also adjective) an away match.) deplasman, deplasmanda

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  • 11 baby

    adj. bebek, bebeksi, küçük
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    n. bebek, çocuk, yavru, çocuksu kimse, piliç (kız), eser, sorumluluk
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    v. şımartmak, bebek muamelesi yapmak
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    bebek
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    ['beibi]
    plural - babies; noun
    1) (a very young child: Some babies cry during the night; ( also adjective) a baby boy.) bebek
    2) ((especially American, often babe) a girl or young woman.) piliç, fıstık
    - baby buggy/carriage
    - baby grand
    - baby-sit
    - baby-sitter
    - baby-sitting

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  • 12 bachelor

    n. bekâr, bekâr erkek; fakülte mezunu
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    1. bekar 2. üniversite mezunu
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    ['bæ ələ]
    (an unmarried man: He's a confirmed bachelor (= he has no intention of ever marrying); ( also adjective) a bachelor flat (= a flat suitable for one person).) bekâr (erkek)
    - Bachelor of Education
    - Bachelor of Engineering
    - Bachelor of Fine Arts
    - Bachelor of Science

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  • 13 backup

    adj. yedek, destek
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    n. yardım, destek, yedek; trafik sıkışıklığı
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    1. yedekle (v.) 2. yedek (n.) 3. yedek
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    1) (additional people who provide help when it is needed: The police officer requested some backup when the shooting began.) yardım, destek
    2) (a copy of a computer file that can be used in case the original is destroyed.) yedek kopya
    3) (( also adjective) a piece of equipment, a system etc that can be used when there is a problem with the original one: a backup plan; We have a backup generator in case the power fails.) yedek

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  • 14 balcony

    n. balkon
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    balkon
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    ['bælkəni]
    plural - balconies; noun
    1) (a platform built out from the wall of a building: Many hotel rooms have balconies.) balkon
    2) (in theatres etc, an upper floor: We sat in the balcony of the cinema; ( also adjective) balcony seats.) balkon

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  • 15 ballet

    n. bale
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    bale
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    ['bælei, ]( American[) bæ'lei]
    1) (a theatrical performance of dancing with set steps and mime, often telling a story: Swan Lake is my favourite ballet.) bale
    2) (the art of dancing in this way: She is taking lessons in ballet; ( also adjective) a ballet class.) bale

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  • 16 bantam

    adj. küçük, ufak tefek
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    n. ispenç, çin tavuğu, ispenç horozu; ufak tefek kabadayı
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    çin tavuğu
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    ['bæntəm]
    (a small variety of domestic fowl: She keeps bantams; ( also adjective) a bantam cock.) Çin tavuğu

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  • 17 barbed wire

    dikenli tel
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    dikenli tel
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    wire with sharp points at intervals: I tore my skirt on that barbed wire; (also adjective with hyphen) (a barbed-wire fence.) dikenli tel

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  • 18 basement

    n. bodrum, bodrum katı, taban
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    1. bodrum 2. bodrum katı
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    ['beismənt]
    (the lowest floor of a building, usually below ground level: She lives in a basement; ( also adjective) a basement flat.) bodrum katı

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  • 19 bedside

    n. başucu, yatak başı
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    noun (the place or position next to a person's bed: He was at her bedside when she died; ( also adjective) a bedside table.) yatak başı, yatak kenarı

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  • 20 bedtime

    n. yatma zamanı, yatak vakti
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    yatma zamanı
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    noun (the time at which one normally goes to bed: Seven o'clock is the children's bedtime; ( also adjective) a bedtime story.) yatma zamanı

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