already

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İngilizce - Türkçe
zaten

Sen gelmeden önce ben zaten çıkmıştım. - By the time you came back, I'd already left.

O zaten varmış olmalı. - He should have arrived already.

halihazırda

Halihazırda daha iyi hissediyorum. - I already feel much better.

çoktan

O zamana kadar çoktan ayrılmış olacağım. - By that time I'll have already left.

Tuhaf değil mi? Biz çoktan varmış olmalıydık. - Odd, isn't it? We should have already arrived.

daha şimdiden
önceden

Önceden kitabı okudun? - You've already read the book?

Postacı önceden geldi mi? - Has the mailman already come?

şimdiden, halen (Türkçede genellikle çevirisiz kalır.): You're too late; he's already gone. Geç kaldın; gitti
hanidir
evvelce
işte

Annesi işten eve zaten dönmüştü ve hazırlanmış akşam yemeğini yedi. - His mother was already home from work and had supper prepared.

Zaten işte olman gerekmiyor mu? - Shouldn't you be at work already?

şimdiden

Oğlum şimdiden yüze kadar sayabiliyor. - My son can already count to one hundred.

Oğlum şimdiden yüze kadar sayabiliyor. - My son can already count up to one hundred.

daha önce

Öğrenci tüm problemleri daha önce çözdü. - The student has already solved all the problems.

Daha önce öğle yemeği yedim. - I have already eaten lunch.

bile

Sanırım önceden bir bilet aldın. - I suppose you've already bought a ticket.

Ben zaten biletimi aldım. - I've already bought my ticket.

halen

Kaç yaşındasın? Ben halen 17 yaşındayım. - How old are you? I'm already 17 years old.

Dil sınıfı için kompozisyonunu halen bitirmedin mi? - Have you already finished your composition for language class?

Beklenenden daha
daha önce/zaten/şimdiden
zate
hali hazır
zati
already exists
(Bilgisayar) önceden var
already available
halihazırda mevcut olan
already in place
varolan
already done.
zaten bitmiş
already then
zaten o zaman
already used
zaten kullanılmış
already downloaded
önceden yüklenmiş
already now
şimdiden
yet already
halihazırda
enough already
yeterli zaten
enough is enough!, that's quite enough now!, that's it already!, stop that right
yeter!, bu yeterli şimdi!, işte bu zaten!, o anda dur!
i have already paid
ben ödeme yaptım
İngilizce - İngilizce
An intensifier used to emphasize impatience or express exasperation

Enough already! Be quiet already!.

So soon

Are you quitting already?.

Prior to some specified time, either past, present, or future; by this time; previously

It was already dusk, and the lamps were just being lighted as we paced up and down in front of Briony Lodge, waiting for the coming of its occupant. —Doyle.

adv sudah 2 adv telah
{a} before this time, at a time mentioned
is used to say something that has happened earlier than expected ("He had already left ")
(1) previously, as in: I've already taken my vacation
ad before now; even now
prior to a specified or implied time; "she has already graduated"
previously, before a certain time
You use already to show that something has happened, or that something had happened before the moment you are referring to. Speakers of British English use already with a verb in a perfect tense, putting it after `have', `has', or `had', or at the end of a clause. Some speakers of American English use already with the simple past tense of the verb instead of a perfect tense. They had already voted for him at the first ballot I already told you not to come over They've spent nearly a billion dollars on it already
You use already to show that a situation exists at this present moment or that it exists at an earlier time than expected. You use already after the verb `be' or an auxiliary verb, or before a verb if there is no auxiliary. When you want add emphasis, you can put already at the beginning of a sentence. The authorities believe those security measures are already paying off He was already rich Get 10% off our already low prices! Already, he has a luxurious villa in Formello
prior to a specified or implied time; "she has already graduated
ya
muy
already then
even at that point in time
if we're already at that
since we are already on the subject, while we are on the subject, since you mention that
already