English - Turkish

  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. hükmetmek fiil
  9. possessed with niyetli
  10. zilyed olmak Kanun
  11. mecnun
  12. azimkâr
  13. sahip ol
  14. elinde bulunmak
  15. mutasarrıfı olmak
  16. tutmak fiil
  17. haiz olmak
  18. possessed sahipli
  19. malik
  20. soğukkanlı
  21. -si olmak
  22. çılgın
  23. elinden tutmak
  24. mülk isim (possession)
  25. sahip (possessor)
  26. sahiplik (possessive)
  27. tasarruf (possession)
  28. egemenlik Ticaret (possession)
  29. iyelik isim (possession)
  30. varlık isim (possession)

English - English

  1. To take control of someone's body or mind, especially in a supernatural manner - "They thought he was possessed by evil spirits."
  2. To have; to have ownership of - "He does not even possess a working telephone."
  3. To vest ownership in (someone) with ownership
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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
  7. To take control of someones body or mind, especially in a supernatural manner
  8. have as an attribute, knowledge, or skill; "he possesses great knowledge about the Middle East"
  9. To occupy in person; to hold or actually have in one's own keeping; to have and to hold
  10. to acquaint; to inform; followed by of or with before the thing possessed, and now commonly used reflexively
  11. To put in possession; to make the owner or holder of property, power, knowledge, etc
  12. enter into and control, as of emotions or ideas; "What possessed you to buy this house?"; "A terrible rage possessed her
  13. 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
  14. To obtain occupation or possession of; to accomplish; to gain; to seize
  15. have ownership or possession of; "He owns three houses in Florida"; "How many cars does she have?"
  16. enter into and control, as of emotions or ideas; "What possessed you to buy this house?"; "A terrible rage possessed her"
  17. 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?
  18. control, dominate; hold; have as a quality; own, have as property fiil
  19. To enter into and influence; to control the will of; to fill; to affect; said especially of evil spirits, passions, etc
  20. Simple past tense and past participle of possess (possessed)
  21. controlled by evil spirits - "He was exorcised because he was thought to be possessed by the Devil." (possessed)
  22. seized by powerful emotions - "Oh, what ridiculous resolutions men take when possessed with fear!" (possessed)
  23. having, owning - "The president was possessed of great wealth." (possessed)
  24. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of possess (possesses)
  25. A territory under the rule of another country - "Réunion is the largest of France's overseas possessions." (possession)
  26. Ownership; taking, holding, keeping something as one's own - "I'm in possession of the car." (possession)
  27. 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." (possession)
  28. 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." (possession)
  29. 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." (possession)
  30. Something that is owned - "I would gladly give all of my worldly possessions just to be able to do that." (possession)

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About This Word

    Etymology: [ p&-'zes also -'ses ] (transitive verb.) 14th century. * From Latin possessus, past participle of possīdeō.
    Synonyms: acquire, be blessed with, be born with, be endowed with, bear, carry, control, corner, corner the market, dominate, enjoy, get hands on, get hold of, grab, have to name, hog, hold, inhold, latch on to, lock up
    Antonyms: dispossess, lose, miss, not have
    Tenses: possesses, possessing, possessed
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