İngilizce - Türkçe çeviri
In sentence: - "He possesses two cars. İki arabası var."

Tenses: possesses, possessing, possessed

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possess a language
possess a right of v..
possess a woman
possess classes
possess doubts, thin..
possess gun
possess of
possess one's soul i..
possess one's soul i..
possess oneself
possess oneself of
possess skill
possess wealth
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to possess
to possess something
Etymology: [ p&-'zes also -'ses ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. * From Latin possessus, past participle of possīdeō.
Synonyms: seise, inhold, acquire, bear, be blessed with, be born with, be endowed with, carry, control, corner, corner the market, dominate, enjoy, get hands on, get hold of, grab, have to name, hog, hold
Antonyms: dispossess, lose, miss, not have
1 sahip olmak
2 -e sahip olmak, -si olmak: He possesses two cars. İki arabası var  fiil
3 elinde bulundurmak  fiil
4 kurcalamak (zihin)  fiil
5 hakim olmak
6 egemen olmak
7 etkilemek
8 sahip
9 hükmetmek  fiil
10 possessed with niyetli
11 zilyed olmak  Kanun
12 mecnun
13 azimkâr
14 sahip ol
15 elinde bulunmak
16 mutasarrıfı olmak
17 tutmak  fiil
18 haiz olmak
19 possessed sahipli
20 malik
21 soğukkanlı
22 -si olmak
23 çılgın
24 elinden tutmak
25possession mülk  isim
26possessive sahiplik
27possession tasarruf
28possession egemenlik  Ticaret
29possession iyelik  isim
30possession varlık  isim
31possessions mal
32possessive paylaşmak istemeyen  sıfat
33Possession zilliyet  Kanun
34possessed ele geçirilmiş
35possessed cinli  sıfat
36possessive sahip olma  sıfat
37possession topla oynama oranı  Spor
38possession top hakimiyeti  Spor
39possess of in sahip
40possession huk. zilyetlik  isim
41possessive iyelik belirten sözcük
42possessive in hali  isim
43possessed sahipli  sıfat
44possessed deli  sıfat
45possessed sahip olunan
46possessed perili
47possessing haiz
48possession servet  Ticaret
49possession almak
50possession saplantı
51possession elinde bulundurma  Ticaret
52possession cin çarpması
53possession cinnet
54possession hüküm  Ticaret
55possession sahibi olma
56possession mal mülk
57possession cin çarpması, cinnet, delilik  isim
58possession ABD DIŞ TOPRAKLARI:ABD Anayurdu dışında ve ABD'nin mülkiyet ve idaresi altında bulunan topraklar. Örneğin; Virgin Adaları, Guam, Samos ve Miduray Adaları gibi  Askeri
59possession sahip olma, elde etme  Mukavele
60possession Possession is nine points of the lawpoint
61possession kendine hâkim olma
62possession kafayı takma  isim
63possession mülk edinme  isim
64possession hakim olma  isim
65possession sahip olunan şey  isim
66possession give possession
67possession teslim etmek
68possession topla oynama yüzdesi  Spor
69possession topa hakim olma  Spor
70possession istimlâk ettir
71possession vermek
72possession müstemleke
73possession zilyedlik
74possessions dünya nimeti
75possessions sömürge/mal
76possessions dünya malı
77possessions var
78possessive sahip olmak isteyen
79possessive sahip çıkan
80possessive iyelik durumu
81possessive iyelik gösteren
82possessive sahip olan
83possessive hükmetme
84possessive izafet
85possessive iyelik [dilb.]  sıfat
86possessive tamlayan durumu
87possessive mülkiyet ifade eden
88possessive paylaşmayı sevmeyen
89possessive iyelik belirten
90possessive possessive relation isimle tamlama
91possessive -in hali
92possessive possessivenesstahakküm etme
93possessive - in hali possessive case hali
94possessive sah
95possessive sahip çıkarak
96possessive possessivelytahakküm ederek
97possessor elinde tutan  Ticaret
98possessor mal sahibi
99possessor hakim olan
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100 To take control of someone's body or mind, especially in a supernatural manner - "They thought he was possessed by evil spirits."
101 To have; to have ownership of - "He does not even possess a working telephone."
102 To vest ownership in (someone) with ownership
103 have as an attribute, knowledge, or skill; "he possesses great knowledge about the Middle East" enter into and control, as of emotions or ideas; "What possessed you to buy this house?"; "A terrible rage possessed her
104 If someone or something possesses a particular quality, ability, or feature, they have it. individuals who are deemed to possess the qualities of sense, loyalty and discretion see also possessed
105 If you possess something, you have it or own it. He was then arrested and charged with possessing an offensive weapon He is said to possess a fortune of more than two-and-a-half-thousand million dollars
106 To take control of someones body or mind, especially in a supernatural manner
107 have as an attribute, knowledge, or skill; "he possesses great knowledge about the Middle East"
108 To occupy in person; to hold or actually have in one's own keeping; to have and to hold
109 to acquaint; to inform; followed by of or with before the thing possessed, and now commonly used reflexively
110 To put in possession; to make the owner or holder of property, power, knowledge, etc
111 enter into and control, as of emotions or ideas; "What possessed you to buy this house?"; "A terrible rage possessed her
112 To have the legal title to; to have a just right to; to be master of; to own; to have; as, to possess property, an estate, a book
113 To obtain occupation or possession of; to accomplish; to gain; to seize
114 have ownership or possession of; "He owns three houses in Florida"; "How many cars does she have?"
115 enter into and control, as of emotions or ideas; "What possessed you to buy this house?"; "A terrible rage possessed her"
116 feelings If you ask what possessed someone to do something, you are emphasizing your great surprise that they have done something which you consider foolish or dangerous. What on earth had possessed her to agree to marry him?
117 control, dominate; hold; have as a quality; own, have as property  fiil
118 To enter into and influence; to control the will of; to fill; to affect; said especially of evil spirits, passions, etc
119possessed Simple past tense and past participle of possess
120possessed controlled by evil spirits - "He was exorcised because he was thought to be possessed by the Devil."
121possessed seized by powerful emotions - "Oh, what ridiculous resolutions men take when possessed with fear!"
122possessed having, owning - "The president was possessed of great wealth."
123possesses Third-person singular simple present indicative form of possess
124possession A territory under the rule of another country - "Réunion is the largest of France's overseas possessions."
125possession Ownership; taking, holding, keeping something as one's own - "I'm in possession of the car."
126possession The condition or affliction of being possessed by a demon or other supernatural entity - "Back then, people with psychiatric disorders were sometimes thought to be victims of demonic possession."
127possession Control of the ball; the opportunity to be on the offensive - "The scoreboard shows a little football symbol next to the name of the team that has possession."
128possession A syntactic relationship between two nouns or nominals that may be used to indicate ownership - "Some languages distinguish between a construction like 'my car', which shows alienable possession — the car could become someone else's — and one like 'my foot', which has inalienable possession — my foot will always be mine."
129possession Something that is owned - "I would gladly give all of my worldly possessions just to be able to do that."
130possession anything owned or possessed the act of having and controlling property (sport) the act of controlling the ball (or puck); "they took possession of the ball on their own goal line"
131possession Possession is having some degree of control over something else. Generally, to possess something, a person must have an intention to possess it. A person may be in possession of some property (although possession does not always imply ownership). Like ownership, the possession of things is commonly regulated by states under property law. Languages have several means to indicate possession
132Possession This is when a discarnate spirit enters and takes control of an individual for the purpose of self-gratification
133possessed occupied by a demonic spirit or force; crazy, insane, mad  sıfat
134possessed influenced or controlled by a powerful force such as a strong emotion; "by love possessed"
135possessed 1. If someone is described as being possessed by an evil spirit, it is believed that their mind and body are controlled by an evil spirit. She even claimed the couple's daughter was possessed by the devil see also possess
136possessed in a murderous frenzy as if possessed by a demon; "the soldier was completely amuck"; "berserk with grief"; "a berserk worker smashing windows"
137possessed owning something
138possessed past of possess
139possesses third-person singular of possess
140possessing present participle of possess
141possession The lenders' term for repossessing your property
142possession The state of occupying, controlling, using property to the exclusion of all others, exhibiting one's right or title to property
143possession The lenders' term for repossessing your property [top]
144possession The point at which a property's buyer has closed a deal and received the keys to their new home
145possession Date and time when a buyer can move in and take over the property
146possession The physical control of real property
147possession To have control of the ball
148possession One part of economic utility, the method by which the customer obtains ownership or the right to use of the product or service
149possession When a buyer signs the papers and receives the keys to the house, the buyer officially takes possession
150possession The right of the owner to occupy property When property is occupied by a tenant, the owner has constructive possession by right of title
151possession the holding, control, or custody of property for one's use, either as owner or person with another right
152possession Ownership
153possession having the ball
154possession A term used to describe the 'taking over' of a person's mind by a spirit A medium may become temporarily possessed during a séance
155possession Having control or the right to control over some item of property
156possession A penalty for a fault or mistake that involves losing or giving up something
157possession the trait of resolutely controlling your own behavior
158possession Your possessions are the things that you own or have with you at a particular time. People had lost their homes and all their possessions She had tidied away her possessions. = belongings
159possession If you are in possession of something, you have it, because you have obtained it or because it belongs to you. Those documents are now in the possession of the Guardian We should go up and take possession of the land He was also charged with illegal possession of firearms
160possession A country's possessions are countries or territories that it controls. All of them were French possessions at one time or another. = colonies
161possession the act of having and controlling property
162possession anything owned or possessed
163possession The act of either actually or constructively possessing or occupying property
164possession The having, holding, or detention of property in one's power or command; actual seizin or occupancy; ownership, whether rightful or wrongful
165possession To invest with property
166possession a territory that is controllled by a ruling state being controlled by passion or the supernatural
167possession The state of being possessed or controlled, as by an evil spirit, or violent passions; madness; frenzy; as, demoniacal possession
168possession The thing possessed; that which any one occupies, owns, or controls; in the plural, property in the aggregate; wealth; dominion; as, foreign possessions
169possession The act or state of possessing, or holding as one's own
170possession being controlled by passion or the supernatural
171possession custody, tenure; property; asset; control; ownership  isim
172possession When a buyer signs the papers and receives the keys to the house, they officially take possession
173possession A buyer officially takes possession of a house upon signing the closing papers and receiving the keys
174possession An altered state of consciousness in which the conscious personality of the individual is replaced with that of an other personality thought of as a possessing entity
175possession This is the date when the risk in the property passes to the buyer
176possession a mania restricted to one thing or idea
177possession control of the ball
178possession Having ownership (risk of loss) and ability to control use of a GIK donation Possession may include either actual physical possession (through delivery) or constructive possession (such as receiving a paper title)
179possession a territory that is controllled by a ruling state
180possession (sport) the act of controlling the ball (or puck); "they took possession of the ball on their own goal line"
181possession The characteristic form of manifestation of the Loa in Voudoun It corresponds to a particularly deep and complete form of what in Spiritualism is called "mediumship;" it does not involve interference with the autonomic nervous systems of the possessed, or otherwise adverse results of what is known as "demonic possession " Psychologists who reject the reality of possession by a spiritual entity have not yet come up with an adequate alternative interpretation of the symptoms
182possession The detention and control, or the manual or ideal custody of anything which may be the subject of property, for one's use and enjoyment, either as owner or as the proprietor of a qualified right in it, and either held personally or by another who exercises it in one's place and name Possession includes the act or state of possessing and that condition of facts under which one can exercise his power over a corporeal thing at his pleasure to the exclusion of all others persons Possession includes constructive possession which means not actual but assumed to exist, where one claims to hold by virtue of some title, without having actual custody
183possession to be holding or in control of the ball
184possessions plural of possession
185possessions the items or belongings a person owns
186possessions personal property; wealth  isim
187possessions U S possessions are the U S Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, Swain's Island, Howland Island, Baker Island, Jarvis Island, Midway Islands (this consists of Sand Island and Eastern Island), Kingman Reef, Johnston Atoll, Navassa Island, Swan Island, Wake Island, and Palmyra Island
188possessive Of or pertaining to possession; having or indicating possession
189possessive of ownership; jealous, envious about belongings; pertaining to ownership  sıfat
190possessive form which shows ownership or belonging (Grammar)  isim
191possessive poss
192possessive The possessive case
193possessive A possessive pronoun, or a word in the possessive case
194possessive desirous of owning; "small children are so possessive they will not let others play with their toys" having or showing a desire to control or dominate; "a possessive parent" serving to express or indicate possession; "possessive pronouns"; "the genitive endings
195possessive having or showing a desire to control or dominate; "a possessive parent"
196possessive serving to express or indicate possession; "possessive pronouns"; "the genitive endings
197possessive desirous of owning; "small children are so possessive they will not let others play with their toys"
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