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İngilizce - Türkçe

O, kaderini kabul etmek zorunda kaldı. - She had to accept her fate.

O, kaderi ile yüzleşmeye hazırdı. - She was ready to face her fate.

{i} ecel
{i} akibet

Hiçbir amacı yokmuş gibi görünen ama var olmaktan başka bir kaderi olmadığı da açık olan bir sonsuzluktaki sonsuz gelecekte neler olacak? - What will happen in the eternal future that seems to have no purpose, but clearly just manifested by fate?


Tutsakların kaderi görüşmenin sonucuna göre değişir. - The fate of the hostages depends on the result of the negotiation.

Son tanık mahkûmun kaderini belirledi. - The last witness sealed the prisoner's fate.


Test pilotları sürekli ölüme meydan okuyor. - Test pilots are constantly tempting fate.

Ölüm herkesin kaderidir. - Death is everyone's fate.


Kocasıyla aynı akıbeti paylaştı. - She shared her husband's fate.

alın yazısı
{i} felek
{i} felâket
fated kadere dayanan
{i} tâlih
{i} kader tanrıçası
the Fates kader tanrıçaları
kadere bağlı
mahvolmaya mahkûm
fate of a collection
tahsilin akıbeti
fate of goods
malların akıbeti
fate and fatalism
kader ve kadercilik
{s} kaçınılmaz
irony of fate
kaderin cilvesi
{s} kadere bağlı
{s} önemli
cruel fate
kambur felek
curse one's fate
kaderine küsmek
curse one's fate
talihine küsmek
endure one's fate
(deyim) kaderine boyun eğmek
{s} felâket getiren
çok önemli
hayati önemi olan
line of fate
Avuç içindeki kader çizgisi
meet the same fate
(deyim) aynı kaderi paylaşmak
pity one's fate
derdine yanmak
submission one's fate
kazaya rıza
suffer the same fate
(deyim) aynı kaderi paylaşmak
evil fate
kadere bağlı
kadere dayanan
alında yazılı olan
leave one to one's fate
kaderiyle baş başa bırakmak
seal sb's fate
birinin kaderini çizmek
cruel fate
zalim kader
endure one's fate
Kaderine katlanmak, kaderine boyun eğmek, kaderine razı olmak
kaderde olan
kaçınılmaz bir şekilde
goddess of fate: future
kader tanrıçası: gelecek
have so.'s fate sealed
olduk. 'kaderini belirledi s
quirk of fate
kaderin cilvesi
seal sb's fate
mahvını kesinleştirmek
shades of fate
kaderin gölgesi
tempt fate
eceline susamak

you're tempting fate every time you drive that old wreck of a car.

to fate
to seal the fate
Kaderi mühürlemek için
twist of fate
Kaderin cilvesi
abandon somebody to one's fate
kaderine terk etmek
be left to one's fate
kendi kaderine terk edilmek
big with fate
işi kadere kalmış
big with fate
allah'a kalmış
bow to fate
kadere boyun eğmek
mahvolmaya mahkum
{s} alına yazılmış
kaderi belirleyen
can alıcı
mukadderatı tayin eden
{s} vahim
tarihi önem taşıyan
meşum bir şekilde
mukadder olarak
fatefully kaçınılmaz bir surette
if fate so decrees
leave something to its fate
kaderine terketmek
leave something to its fate
kaderine bırakmak
manifestation of fate
kaderin cilvesi
resigned to fate
kadere boyun eğmiş
seal one's fate
kaderini belirlemek
seal one's fate
yazgısını önceden tayin etmek
sharing a common fate
kader birliği
İngilizce - İngilizce
Any one of the Fates
A personification of fate (the cause that predetermines events)
The three goddesses (The Fates) of classic European mythology who are said to control the fate of human beings
The cause, force, principle, or divine will that predetermines events
Destiny (perhaps connotes death, ruin, misfortune, etc.)

Accept your fate.

To foreordain or predetermine, to make inevitable

The oracle's prediction fated Oedipus to kill his father, not all his striving could change what would occur.

The effect, consequence, outcome, or inevitable events predetermined by this cause
{i} destiny, fortune, person's lot in life; death; destruction
opposing circumstances against which it is useless to struggle; as, fate was, or the fates were, against him
The three goddesses, Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos, sometimes called the Destinies, or Parcæwho were supposed to determine the course of human life
Appointed lot; allotted life; arranged or predetermined event; destiny; especially, the final lot; doom; ruin; death
They are represented, one as holding the distaff, a second as spinning, and the third as cutting off the thread
A fixed decree by which the order of things is prescribed; the immutable law of the universe; inevitable necessity; the force by which all existence is determined and conditioned
The element of chance in the affairs of life; the unforeseen and unestimated conitions considered as a force shaping events; fortune; esp
One's share or portion in life (or in a situation) The specificity of that which we are 'given' The constraints over which we have very little or no choice and within which we must live The recognition that a sense of meaning that can be found in the particular and collective limitations that all of us must face Gods C G Jung, modifying Neitzche, noted that the gods have become diseases The planets, representative of gods (archetypal principals) are primordial images within the human soul Within the imagination, they take on human-like form and inform the symbols that lie at the root of our dialogue with destiny An individual horoscope corresponds to a unique and original moment within the divine conversation (logos), i e , it expresses a singular relationship amidst the eternal principles that lie at the foundations of the human psyche
an event (or a course of events) that will inevitably happen in the future
the ultimate agency that predetermines the course of events (often personified as a woman); "we are helpless in the face of Destiny"
If something seals a person's or thing's fate, it makes it certain that they will fail or that something unpleasant will happen to them. The call for a boycott could be enough to seal the fate of next week's general election to tempt fate: see tempt
A person's or thing's fate is what happens to them. The Russian Parliament will hold a special session later this month to decide his fate He seems for a moment to be again holding the fate of the country in his hands The Casino, where she had often danced, had suffered a similar fate. = destiny
Fate is a power that some people believe controls and decides everything that happens, in a way that cannot be prevented or changed. You can also refer to the fates. I see no use quarrelling with fate. the fickleness of fate It was just one of those times when you wonder whether the fates conspire against you
your overall circumstances or condition in life (including everything that happens to you); "whatever my fortune may be"; "deserved a better fate"; "has a happy lot"; "the luck of the Irish"; "a victim of circumstances"; "success that was her portion"
decree or designate beforehand; "She was destined to become a great pianist"
Fruits of karma, wishes, or a combination of the two
The destined result of life after a sequence of fated events
(Gk- keres, fates of death): Fagles found that Homer used the term in two ways, both in an impersonal sense as "death, doom, a man's individual fate," and also in a personified sense as the "spirit of death;" in the latter sense Homer used the term in the plural for those "shadowy but potent figures who ultimately control the destiny of mortals;" they were supposed to derive from the decisions and declarations of the gods, thus making their outcome inevitable and determined; however, in the Iliad, one sees brave men struggle against their fate(s), and discover at least some measure of freedom to be able to influence or contribute to their destinies (e g Aeneas is said to struggle "against the will of fate" XX 383; see "gods" below)
= something destined or suitable, is not the Latin fatum, but the French fait = share, one's own, that which suits one; as "voila mon fait," that is the man for me "Pour moi, ma sieur, a dit la cadette, j'aime le solide, je veux un homme riche, et le gros don Blanco sera mon fait " - Le Sage: Diable Boiteux Fates (1 syl ) The cruel fates The Greeks and Romans supposed there were three Parcæ or Fates, who arbitrarily controlled the birth, events, and death of every man They are called cruel because they pay no regard to the wishes and requirements of anyone The three Fates were Clotho (who held the distaff), Lachesis (who spun the thread of life), and Atropos (who cut it off when life was ended)
(noun) an outcome; destiny; the thought that a future event is unavoidable because no matter what you do you can't change it
fate map
a diagram of an embryo of some organism showing the structures that will develop from each part
fate decreed otherwise
all did not go as planned, events turned out differently than expected
fate has decided
destiny has determined, chance has it that, fortune has decided
Urn of Fate
An Italian Christmas tradition in which boxes are selected from an urn, only some of them containing presents
Simple past tense and past participle of fate
fucked by the fickle finger of fate
victimised by bad luck
twist of fate
An unfortunate turn of events
line of fate
A crease on the palm; palmists say it indicates how successful you will be; line of destiny, Saturn line
{a} decreed by fate, destined, doomed, set
advise fate
A request by a collecting bank wishing to know, as soon as possible, whether a cheque will be paid on its receipt by the paying bank
Atropos, Clotho, and Lachesis; supernatural beings who controlled the destiny of men and of the gods
in Greek and Roman mythology, the three goddesses who decided what should happen in each person's life. In Greek and Roman mythology, the three goddesses who determined human destiny. The Fates were usually depicted as old women: Clotho, the Spinner; Lachesis, the Allotter; and Atropos, the Inflexible. Clotho spun the thread of human life, Lachesis dispensed it, and Atropos cut the thread. They determined the length of each person's life as well as its share of suffering. Their Roman names were Nona, Decuma, and Morta
{i} (Greek Mythology) goddesses of destiny who controlled human lives, Moirai
as sure as fate
very certain, very sure
blind fate
destiny which one does not know of
common fate
a Gestalt principle of organization holding that aspects of perceptual field that move or function in a similar manner will be perceived as a unit
common fate
shared destiny, shared fate
cruel fate
destiny which includes suffering or failure
determined his fate
chose his lot in life, made his own destiny
If you say that a person is fated to do something, or that something is fated, you mean that it seems to have been decided by fate before it happens, and nothing can be done to avoid or change it. He was fated not to score. stories of desperation, fated love, treachery and murder. see also ill-fated = doomed. certain to happen or to do something because a mysterious force is controlling events = destined be fated to do sth
(usually followed by `to') determined by tragic fate; "doomed to unhappiness"; "fated to be the scene of Kennedy's assassination"
{s} destined; predestined; doomed
Exempted by fate
Invested with the power of determining destiny
Decreed by fate; destined; doomed; as, he was fated to rule a factious people
Foreordained, predetermined, established in advance by fate
Momentous, significant, setting or sealing ones fate
it declared war on North Korea"- Saturday Rev; "the fatal day of the election finally arrived" of ominous significance
it declared war on North Korea"- Saturday Rev; "the fatal day of the election finally arrived"
Significant of fate; ominous
of ominous significance
{s} destined; decisive; lethal; disastrous; inevitable; prophetic
controlled or decreed by fate; predetermined; "a fatal series of events"
(of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences; bringing ruin; "the stock market crashed on Black Friday"; "a calamitous defeat"; "the battle was a disastrous end to a disastrous campaign"; "such doctrines, if true, would be absolutely fatal to my theory"- Charles Darwin; "it is fatal to enter any war without the will to win it"- Douglas MacArthur; "a fateful error"
having momentous consequences; of decisive importance; "that fateful meeting of the U N when it declared war on North Korea"- Saturday Rev; "the fatal day of the election finally arrived"
If an action or a time when something happened is described as fateful, it is considered to have an important, and often very bad, effect on future events. It was a fateful decision, one which was to break the Government. = momentous. having an important, especially bad, effect on future events fateful day/night/year etc
Having the power of serving or accomplishing fate
having momentous consequences; of decisive importance; "that fateful meeting of the U
Determined in advance by fate, fated
In a fateful manner
in a prophetically fateful manner; "the nurse whispered fatefully to call the priest
in a prophetically fateful manner; "the nurse whispered fatefully to call the priest"
through destiny; decisively, critically; inevitably
The quality of being fateful
{i} quality of being controlled by fate; ominousness; quality of being prophetic; great importance
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a group of three goddesses of destiny
The three Moirae, sisters who supervise the creation, duration, and termination of all mortals' lives They are Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos
plural of fate
his fate
his destiny, his lot, his fortune, his future
his fate is sealed
he is doomed, his future is decided
his fate is trembling in the balance
his destiny will be determined, his fate depends upon (the outcome of an event, etc.)
his fate was sealed
the judgment upon him was decreed, his destiny was decided upon
intertwined fate
future that is linked to another
irony of fate
incongruity between what is expected in life and the actual outcome
line of fate
a crease on the palm; palmists say it indicates how successful you will be
master of one's fate
one in control of his destiny
quirk of fate
turn of fate, shift of destiny
rail at the fate of
cry over the fate of, mourn the destiny of
reconcile oneself to one's fate
be at peace with one's destiny, accept one's fate
resigned himself to his fate
made peace with his destiny, quietly accepted his situation
twist of fate
changes of destiny, events which alter the present reality in an unexpected manner
vicissitudes of fate
ups and downs of fate, sudden changes that occur to a person or society
weep on sad fate
cry over one's destiny
yield to fate
submit to destiny