aunt

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الإنجليزية - التركية
hala

Halası olduğunu düşündüğü kadın bir yabancıydı. - The woman who he thought was his aunt was a stranger.

O Pablo ile evleneceğini açıkça ilan ettiğinde, neredeyse büyük annesine kalp krizi geçirtecekti , halasının gözlerini yuvasından fırlattıracaktı fakat küçük kız kardeşi gururla baktı. - When he openly declared he would marry Pablo, he almost gave his grandmother a heart attack and made his aunt's eyes burst out of their sockets; however, his little sister beamed with pride.

{i} teyze

Teyzem bana yeni bir etek yaptı - My aunt made a new skirt for me.

Teyzeciğim kötü hissediyor. - My aunty is feeling sick.

{i} hala: She is my paternal aunt. O benim halam
{i} yenge: Aunt Aliye is my uncle's
{i} teyze: She is my maternal aunt. O benim teyzem
eme
bibi
yenge

Babamın erkek kardeşinin karısı benim yengemdir. - My father's brother's wife is my aunt.

Sami yengesiyle birlikte yaşıyordu. - Sami lived with his aunt.

halas
aunt's husband
enişte
aunt sally
kadın biçimindeki kukla dövülerek oynanan oyun
aunt sally
herkesin eleştirisine uğrayan kişi
affinal aunt
Yenge
maternal aunt
teyze
To Aunt
halas etmek
agony aunt
Gazete köşelerinde yazarak insanların problemlerini paylaşan, çözüm arayan, çözüm yolları tavsiye eden köşe yazarı
go to see so.'s aunt
göremeyecek kadar gidin. 'teyze s
great aunt
büyük teyze
an Aunt Sally
(deyim) 1. herkesin takildigi kimse 2.kotu diye bilinen bir fikrin veya onerinin yapici dusunceler,iyi fikirler uretmesi icin tartisilmasi
i am with my aunt
halam ile beraberim
paternal aunt
hala
spinster aunt
evlenmemiş teyze
spinster aunt
evlenmemiş hala
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
(also great-aunt or grandaunt) a person's grandparent's sister or sister-in-law
(usually auntie) a grandmother
a sister or sister-in-law of someone’s parent
an affectionate term for a woman of an older generation than oneself, especially a friend of one's parents, by means of fictive kin
{n} a father's or mother's sister
A bawd, or a prostitute
{i} sister of one's father or mother
tía
Your aunt is the sister of your mother or father
a sister-in-law of someone's parent; a wife of someone's uncle
a grandmother
a sister of someone's parent
ciacia [cha-cha] There's a more formal and more prudish version of this word: ciotek [CHAW-tek] Seeing the crude pronunciation of this word, I thought of the suggestion of doing a dance with your aunt Guess which dance I also remember hearing the rhyming phrase ciacia Stasia [cha-cha stah-shah], pertaining to my Aunt Estelle, which helps me remember the word Date of entry: 4 April 2000
Someone's aunt is the sister of their mother or father, or the wife of their uncle. She wrote to her aunt in America It was a present from Aunt Vera. see also agony aunt. the sister of your father or mother, or the wife of your father's or mother's brother (ante, from amita)
An old woman; and old gossip
the sister of your father or mother; the wife of your uncle
> ayi
an affectionate term for a woman of an older generation than oneself, especially a friend of ones parents, by means of fictive kin
Also applied to an uncle's wife
Khalti (mater) Nanna (tsater)
The sister of one's father or mother; correlative to nephew or niece
a persons grandparents sister
Aunt Flo
menstruation, period
agony aunt
A writer of an advice column in a newspaper or other periodical

You should write in to the agony aunt; she'll sort it out for you.

agony aunt
Someone who people commonly go to for advice about personal problems, often annoyingly so

I'm sick of everyone coming to me with their problems - I never wanted to be an agony aunt!.

co-aunt
of a woman, an aunt of one's niece or nephew who is not one's sister; a co-sister-in-law as common aunt to the children of two women's married siblings
co-aunt
a woman's sister, as aunt in common to the children of a third sibling
great-aunt
The sister or sister-in-law of one’s grandparent, aunt of one’s parent
half aunt
A half sister of one's parent
half aunt
A half sister-in-law one's parent
if my aunt had balls, she'd be my uncle
It is fruitless to speculate about counterfactual situations

We would have won the match if we'd had a decent goalkeeper.And if my aunt had balls, she'd be my uncle!.

maternal aunt
The sister or sister-in-law of one's mother
my giddy aunt
exclamation of surprise
my sainted aunt
expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration
paternal aunt
the sister or sister-in-law of one's father
step-aunt
The stepsister of someone's mother or father
step-aunt
The sister of someone's stepmother or stepfather
agony aunt
A person, usually a woman, who publicly gives advice to people with personal problems, especially in a regular magazine or newspaper article
Charley's Aunt
a popular farce (=silly humorous play) by Brandon Thomas (1856-1914) about a man who dresses up as an old lady and pretends to be his friend's aunt
agony aunt
a newspaper columnist who answers questions and offers advice on personal problems to people who write in
agony aunt
(British) advice columnist who has a regular advice feature (in a newspaper, magazine etc.)
agony aunt
An agony aunt is a person who writes a column in a newspaper or magazine in which they reply to readers who have written to them for advice on their personal problems. = advice columnist. someone who writes an agony column
grand aunt
aunt of one's father or mother
great aunt
{i} aunt of one's father or mother, grandaunt
great grand aunt
aunt of one's grandmother or grandfather
great great grand aunt
aunt of one's great grandmother or great grandfather
great-aunt
an aunt of your father or mother
look like somebody's aunt
{f} look like an old lady, look like a prudish old woman
maiden aunt
an unmarried aunt
maiden aunt
A maiden aunt is an aunt who is not married. an aunt who has never married
التركية - الإنجليزية
aunty
aunt

    التركية النطق

    änt

    المتضادة

    uncle, niece, nephew

    النطق

    /ˈant/ /ˈænt/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ ant, [a]nt ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English aunte from Anglo-Norman aunte from Old French ante from Latin amita "father's sister", literally, "beloved one", from amitus, past participle of amare "to love". Displaced native Middle English modrie "aunt" (from Old English mōdriġe "maternal aunt", compare Old English faþu, faþe "paternal aunt").

    فيديوهات

    ... UNTIL IT FELL OVER IN A STORM, DESTROYED MY AUNT VERNA'S HOUSE ...
    ... You know, "My aunt told me that her cousin found this water hole ...

    كلمة اليوم

    upas
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