dayan

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التركية - الإنجليزية
hang on
bear up
keep it up
hinge on
hold fast

Hold fast to this tree. - Bu ağaca sıkı dayanın.

held fast
base upon
{f} enduring

There are various ways of enduring the pain. - Acıya dayanmanın birçok çeşit yolu var.

hinge upon
base on
endure

The refugees endured the 18-hour walk across the desert. - Mülteciler çölde 18 saatlik yürüyüşe dayandılar.

This bridge will not endure long. - Bu köprü uzun süre dayanamaz.

{f} abutting
{f} base

His conclusion is based on these facts. - Onun sonucu bu gerçeklere dayanmaktadır.

His ideas are based on his experience. - Onun fikirleri onun deneyimine dayanmaktadır.

rest on
withstand

My house is designed to withstand an earthquake. - Evim depreme dayanacak şekilde tasarlanmıştır.

withstood
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{i} family name; Moshe Dayan (1915-1981), fourth General Chief of Staff of the Israeli military, former member of the Knesset, one of the founders of former political parties, former Defense Minister and Foreign Minister
Israeli general and statesman (1915-1981)
{i} title of a judge of a Jewish religious court
Moshe Dayan
(1915-1981) fourth General Chief of Staff of the Israeli military, former member of the Knesset, one of the founders of former political parties, former Defense Minister and Foreign Minister
Moshe Dayan
born May 20, 1915, Deganya, Palestine died Oct. 16, 1981, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel Israeli soldier and statesman. Born of Russian parents in Israel's first kibbutz, he became a guerrilla fighter against Arab raiders during the period of the British mandate. Although jailed briefly by the British for his involvement with the Hagana organization, he lost an eye fighting alongside British forces in Syria during World War II (1939-45). He was a commander in the Israeli army during the first Arab-Israel war (1948-49). He was army chief of staff during the Suez Crisis (1956) and later agriculture minister (1959-64). He was appointed defense minister just before the Six-Day War (1967), and the Israeli victory brought him widespread adulation; he served until 1974. He joined the Likud party government as foreign minister when it came into power in 1977 and helped broker the 1978 Camp David Accords
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