English - Turkish

  1. konuşmak fiil
  2. laf isim
  3. görüşme
  4. sohbet
  5. söylenti
  6. dedikodu
  7. söylemek
  8. sohbet etmek
  9. hoşbeş
  10. söz etmek
  11. görüşmek
  12. kelam
  13. söz
  14. hakkında konuşmak
  15. konuş fiil
  16. 1. konuşmak: She taught her parrot how to talk. Papağanına konuşmayı öğretti. Be quiet when I'm talking to you! Seninle konuştuğum zaman fiil
  17. lakırdı etmek
  18. hükmü geçmek
  19. talk about
  20. talk of hakkında ko
  21. konuşmak: She taught her parrot how to talk. Papağanına konuşmayı öğretti. Be quiet when I'm talking to you! Seninle konuştuğum zaman
  22. konuşum Nükleer Bilimler
  23. talk Tıp
  24. konuşma isim (talking)
  25. birisiyle konuşmak (talk to)
  26. hitap etmek (talk to)
  27. konusulan (talked)
  28. konuşkan kimse isim (talker)
  29. konuşan (talker)
  30. konuşmacı isim (talker)

Turkish - Turkish

  1. Doğum ağrısı
  2. özellikle süt çocuklarının pişik gibi deri hastalıkları için kullanılan bir tür pudra
  3. çene yarıştırma
  4. Deri hastalıkları için kullanılan bir tür pudra
  5. Genellikle açık yeşil, toz durumundayken yağlı bir görünümde, özgül ağırlığı 2,7, sertliği 1 olan, hidratlı doğal magnezyum

English - English

  1. A lecture
  2. What is being said about a subject of interest - "She is the talk of the day."
  3. A conversation
  4. To discuss - "We're not talking rocket science here: it should be easy."
  5. To communicate, usually by means of speech - "Although I don't speak Chinese I managed to talk with the villagers using signs and gestures."
  6. A UNIX utility that allows one user to communicate instantaneously with another user
  7. any noise a prop makes, such as two coins clinking
  8. A protocol which allows two people on remote computers to communicate in a real-time fashion
  9. Talk is a UNIX protocol that lets two people conduct a real-time, text-based "conversation" over the Internet A conversation can be initiated by using the command "talk" followed by the e-mail address of the person with whom you wish to speak at the UNIX command line
  10. A UNIX program which allows two users on different machines to carry on a dialogue in real time by typing messages into a split screen
  11. When a handset is powered on, and is engaged in a voice or data call Talk time is the approximate length of time that a fully charged battery will last while on a continuous call, under ideal conditions, before needing to be recharged
  12. an internet command to have a 1-to-1 exchange of messages with another internet user; similiar to a phone conversation
  13. A protocol which allows two people on remote computers to communicate in real-time
  14. a program that lets you speak to someone elsewhere in the world using your modem and Internet connection instead of your telephone You need a soundcard and microphone, and the other person must be using the same program you are Also known as Voice On the Net (VON) The term 'talk' is also used to describe the kind of typed chat that takes place between two people rather than a group in a chat room
  15. A program that allows two users to communicate using keyboards and display screens Each user's screen is divided in half; one half shows what the user types, while the other half shows what the other person types
  16. A UNIX command that enables users to talk in real-time similar to Internet Relay Chat
  17. talk is another command you can type at the Unix% or WWW% if you are able to locate someone on the server (See my definition above on Finger ) When the command 'talk _____' (fill in the blank with the person's login name) is executed, your screen splits in half If your party that you are ringing respond to the message at the bottom of his/her screen, then you can have a conversation, as though you are on the phone Neat huh? Take a look at my labreport for more on this! Oh by the way to end your conversation use the command C-c or C-z Have fun!!
  18. Board
  19. chatty topic Groups that discuss controversial topics such as politics, religion, and current affairs Opinions can be very explicit and extreme because there are no hold backs
  20. the act of giving a talk to an audience; "I attended an interesting talk on local history" an exchange of ideas via conversation; "let's have more work and less talk around here" (`talk about' is a less formal alternative for `discussion of') discussion; "his poetry contains much talk about love and anger" idle gossip or rumor; "there has been talk about you lately" express in speech; "She talks a lot of nonsense"; "This depressed patient does not verbalize" exchange thoughts; talk with; "We often talk business"; "Actions talk louder than words
  21. Discussion and debate
  22. talk to another user - two way screen-oriented communication program
  23. USENET's version of talk radio
  24. Like the talk in an IRC chat, this is the simplest method of communication, and is used for speaking with people in the same room See the MOOing 101 tutorial for more information
  25. the act of giving a talk to an audience; "I attended an interesting talk on local history"
  26. an exchange of ideas via conversation; "let's have more work and less talk around here"
  27. A protocol that allows two people on remote computers to communicate in a real-time fashion See also Internet Relay Chat
  28. Subject of discourse; as, his achievment is the talk of the town
  29. (`talk about' is a less formal alternative for `discussion of') discussion; "his poetry contains much talk about love and anger"
  30. express in speech; "She talks a lot of nonsense"; "This depressed patient does not verbalize"

Turkish - English

  1. talk at
  2. talc isim
  3. talk Tıp
  4. tak Tıp
  5. talc, talcum
  6. (mineral, maden) talc Tabiat Doğa

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    Etymology: [ tok ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English talken, talkien 'to speak with, converse', frequentative of Middle English talen, talien 'to speak, recount', from Old English talian 'to suppose, reckon', from Proto-Germanic *talōjanan 'to count, reckon' (compare Old Frisian talia, German zählen 'to count', Danish tale 'to speak'), from *talō(n) 'talk'. More at tale. Frequentative -k suffix similar to hark from hear. Akin to Eastern Frisian talken 'to chat', Low Saxon Talk 'talk'.
    Synonyms: accost, allocution, allusion, argot, argue, argument, articulate, babble, badinage, banter, be in contact, blather, bombast, broach, bunk, buzz, cant, canvass, carry on conversation, chalk talk
    Antonyms: listening, silence, listen, refrain, refuse
    Tenses: talks, talking, talked
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