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الإنجليزية - التركية
{s} yarı açık
{s} aralık

Evin kapısı aralıktı. - The door to the house was ajar.

Gittiğiniz zaman kapıyı aralık bırakın. - Leave the door ajar when you go.

biraz açık şekilde
z. aralık, az açık (kapı)
az açık ahenksiz
adv.aralık: adj.aralık,aralık
biraz açık
ahenksiz olarak
sarsıntılı olarak
be left ajar
aralık kalmak
hood ajar switch
(Otomotiv) kaput açma düğmesi
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A member of an ethnographic group of Georgians

Of these, the Georgian Ajars were the most eager to rise up against Russia, but the Ottomans also hoped for revolts in Daghestan and Azerbaijan upon entry of their troops.

To show variance or contradiction with something; to be or cause to be askew

It clean deafened the two of us, and set all the crockery ware ajarring ; and when the neighbours heard it they came running into the street to see who was getting hurt.

To turn or open slightly; to become ajar or to cause to become ajar; to be or to hang ajar

Just as the gates fully ajarred themselves, the Lamborghini soared through them, and out into the freedom of the poorly defined road.

Slightly turned or opened; as, the door is ajar (adjective usage)

The pantry door was ajar, so I opened it and took out the jamb.

Slightly turned or opened; as, the door was standing ajar
Being at variance or in contradiction to something

There is a sort of unexpressed concern, / A kind of shock that sets one's heart ajar .

slightly open; "the door was ajar"
If a door is ajar, it is slightly open. He left the door ajar in case I needed him. a door that is ajar is slightly open (on char, from on + char (11-17 centuries) (from cierr))
{s} slightly open (of a door)
In a state of discord; out of harmony; as, he is ajar with the world
slightly open; "the door was ajar



    التركية النطق



    open, unclosed, unlatched, unshut




    /əˈʤär/ /əˈʤɑːr/

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    [ &-'jär ] (adjective or adverb.) 15th century. Middle English on char, ajar "on the turn" from on + char "turn, occasion" from Old English ċierr, cyrr "turn" from Old English ċierran "to turn, convert". Akin to Dutch akerre, kier "ajar", German kehren "to turn". See char.

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