English - Turkish

  1. askıya alınmış
  2. (Elbise) Askılı
  3. (Ceza) uzaklaştırılmış deyim
  4. asılı
  5. Askıda, muallata Tıp
  6. askıya
  7. Asılı, askıda; muallakta
  8. beklemede Bilgisayar
  9. uzaklaştırılmış
  10. geçici olarak durmuş
  11. asılmış
  12. asma
  13. ertelenmiş
  14. ara verilmiş
  15. görevden alınmış
  16. muallak
  17. askıda duran
  18. askıda İnşaat
  19. askıya almak fiil suspend
  20. ara vermek fiil suspend
  21. uzaklaştırma vermek fiil suspend
  22. asmak fiil suspend
  23. durdurmak fiil suspend
  24. (cezayı) ertelemek suspend
  25. 1. Askıya alınmak, beklemeye alınmak.2. Bir çözelti içinde asılı olmak be suspended
  26. görevden uzaklaştırmak fiil suspend
  27. ertelemek fiil suspend
  28. kapanmak be suspended
  29. asılmak be suspended
  30. tecil etmek suspend
  31. tatil etmek suspend
  32. iptal etmek (üyelik vb) suspend
  33. kesmek suspend
  34. ertelemek (cezayı) suspend
  35. sonraki akorda uzatmak suspend
  36. uzaklaştırmak suspend
  37. bilgisayarı duraklat Bilgisayar suspend
  38. makamından geçici olarak mahrum etmek suspend
  39. muallâkta bırakmak suspend
  40. askiya al suspend
  41. geçici olarak durdurmak veya iptal etmek suspend
  42. tehir etmek suspend
  43. suspend payment tediyatı durdurmak suspend
  44. suspended animation geçici suspend
  45. (BELİRLİ HAKLARDAN) GEÇİCİ OLARAK MAHRUM ETMEK: Bir subayı, bazı kabahatlerinden dolayı askeri mahkemeye üye olmak, mesken seçmek veya komuta etmek gibi rütbesine mahsus haklardan mahrum etmek. Böyle bir mahrumiyet subayın terfiine engel teşkil etmez Askeri suspend
  46. askıya al suspend
  47. iptal etmek (üyelik vb.) fiil suspend
  48. asmak; sarkıtmak: They suspended the chandelier from the ceiling. Avizeyi tavana astılar fiil suspend
  49. (fiil) asmak, askıya almak, ara vermek, ertelemek, durdurmak, uzaklaştırma vermek, görevden uzaklaştırmak, uzaklaştırmak, iptal etmek (üyelik vb.), sonraki akorda uzatmak suspend
  50. (from) geçici olarak uzaklaştırmak fiil suspend

English - English

  1. Hung from above
  2. Caused to stop for a while; interrupted or delayed
  3. Simple past tense and past participle of suspend
  4. (of undissolved particles in a fluid) supported or kept from sinking or falling by buoyancy and without apparent attachment; "suspended matter such as silt or mud
  5. hung; stopped for a period of time; postponed, deferred; made temporarily ineffective; temporarily debarred from an office or privilege, expelled sıfat
  6. "; "dust particles suspended in the air"; "droplets in suspension in a gas
  7. past of suspend
  8. hanging - "The hanging vines made the house look older than it was." Suspended.
  9. To hang freely suspend
  10. To halt something temporarily suspend
  11. To discontinue or interrupt a function, task, position, or event suspend
  12. If you suspend something, you delay it or stop it from happening for a while or until a decision is made about it. A UN official said aid programs will be suspended until there's adequate protection for relief convoys suspend
  13. to cause to stop temporarily, as a meeting; to set aside or make temporarily inoperative, as the rules suspend
  14. A moment when the movement is lifted and held suspend
  15. To debar, or cause to withdraw temporarily, from any privilege, from the execution of an office, from the enjoyment of income, etc suspend
  16. To postpone, stay or withhold certain conditions for a temporary period of time suspend
  17. To support in a liquid, as an insoluble powder, by stirring, to facilitate chemical action suspend
  18. make inoperative or stop; "suspend payments on the loan" suspend
  19. hang freely; "The secret police suspended their victims from the ceiling and beat them" suspend
  20. as of a prison sentence suspend
  21. bar temporarily; from school, office, etc suspend
  22. cause to be held in suspension in a fluid; "suspend the particles" suspend
  23. to cause to stop temporarily suspend
  24. to stop payment, or be unable to meet obligations or engagements (said of a commercial firm or a bank) suspend
  25. Places the service out-of-service suspend
  26. - to change a site in a Yahoo! WebRing from active status to suspended status This is done on the Manage Member Pages page suspend
  27. as, to suspend a student from college; to suspend a member of a club suspend
  28. To cause to cease for a time from operation or effect; as, to suspend the habeas corpus act; to suspend the rules of a legislative body suspend
  29. To hold in an undetermined or undecided state; as, to suspend one's judgment or opinion suspend
  30. To make to depend; as, God hath suspended the promise of eternal life on the condition of obedience and holiness of life suspend
  31. To attach to something above; to hang; as, to suspend a ball by a thread; to suspend a needle by a loadstone suspend
  32. hang; cause to stop for a period of time; postpone, defer; cause to be temporarily ineffective; temporarily debar from an office or privilege, expel fiil suspend
  33. stop a process or a habit by imposing a freeze on it; "Suspend the aid to the war-torn country" suspend
  34. cause to be held in suspension in a fluid; "suspend the particles" make inoperative or stop; "suspend payments on the loan" hang freely; "The secret police suspended their victims from the ceiling and beat them" bar temporarily; from school, office, etc suspend
  35. If something is suspended from a high place, it is hanging from that place. a mobile of birds or nursery rhyme characters which could be suspended over the cot suspend
  36. If someone is suspended, they are prevented from holding a particular job or position for a fixed length of time or until a decision is made about them. Julie was suspended from her job shortly after the incident The Lawn Tennis Association suspended Mr Castle from the British team suspend
  37. To cease from operation or activity; esp suspend
  38. To cause to cease for a time; to hinder from proceeding; to interrupt; to delay; to stay suspend


About This Word

    Pronunciation /səˈspendəd, səˈspendəd/ /səˈspɛndəd, səˈspɛndɪd/
    Etymology [ s&-spend ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Old French suspendre to hang up, interrupt, from Latin suspendere, from sub-, sus- up + pendere to cause to hang, weigh.
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