present perfect tense

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English - Turkish

Definition of present perfect tense in English Turkish dictionary

  1. yakın geçmiş zaman
  2. Gergin mükemmel mevcut (machine translation).
  3. Related Terms
  4. geniş zaman Bu fiil geniş zamanda hangi takıları alır? - Which endings does this verb have in the present tense? : present tense
  5. geniş zaman kipi Dilbilim: present tense
  6. şimdiki zaman Zamana bağlı bir toplumda zaman lineer olarak görülür-yani geçmişten şimdiki zamana ve geleceğe doğru uzanan düz bir çizgi olarak. - In a time-bound society time is seen as linear- in other words as a straight line extending from the past, through the present, to the future. : present tense
English - English

Definition of present perfect tense in English English dictionary

  1. a perfective tense used to express action completed in the present; "`I have finished' is an example of the present perfect"
  2. Related Terms
  3. : Present tense is the form of language used to refer to an event, transaction, or occurrence which is happening now (or at the present time), or an object that currently exists. Compare with past tense, which is the form of language used to refer to an event, transaction, or occurrence that did happen or has happened, or an object that existed, at a point in time before now; or with future tense, an event, transaction or occurrence that has not yet happened, is expected to happen in the future, or might never happen "I see the #5 bus across the street. I won’t make it." (future tense). : present tense
  4. pres : present tense
  5. a verb tense that expresses actions or states at the time of speaking : present tense
  6. the present tense the form of the verb that shows what exists or is happening now = the present : present tense
About present perfect tense

    Hyphenation

    pres·ent per·fect tense

    How to read

    prizent pırfekt tens

    Pronunciation

    /prēˈzent pərˈfekt ˈtens/ /priːˈzɛnt pɜrˈfɛkt ˈtɛns/

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    Etymology

    [ 'pre-z&nt ] (noun.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old French, from presenter.

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