forgo

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} vazgeçmek

Tom çok soğuk olduğu için sabah yüzmesinden vazgeçmek zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to forgo his morning swim, on account of it being too cold.

{f} bırakmak
feragat etmek
vazgeç

Tom çok soğuk olduğu için sabah yüzmesinden vazgeçmek zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to forgo his morning swim, on account of it being too cold.

bırak

Tom şemsiyesini nereye bıraktığı unuttu. - Tom forgot where he left his umbrella.

Kesintiden sonra tekrar okumaya döndüm ama nerede bıraktığımı unuttum. - After the interruption I went back to my reading but forgot where I'd left off.

sarfınazar etmek
{f} yoksun bırakmak
vaz geçmek
{f} (for.went, for.gone) vazgeçmek, bırakmak
foregoing
sözü geçen
foregoing
daha önce belirtilen
foregone
kaçınılmaz

Bu maç kaçınılmaz bir sonuç. Ben bile onu izlemeyeceğim. - This match is a foregone conclusion. I'm not even going to watch it.

Bu kaçınılmaz bir sonuç. - It's a foregone conclusion.

forgone
bırak
foregoing
(Kanun) yukarıda geçen
foregone
önceden belirlenmiş
forgoing
vazgeçme
foregoing
yukarıda sözü edilen
foregoing
önceki
foregoing
söz
foregone
beklenen
foregone
geçmiş
foregone
önceden bilinen
forego
vazgeçmek
forego
bırakmak
forego
önceden gitmek
forego
önce gelmek
forego
forego simple past
forego
foregonemean
forego
ınfinitive
forego
forewentpast participle
forego
önce gitmek
foregoing
{s} yukarıdaki
foregoing
(Hukuk) daha önce söylenen
foregoing
bırak
foregone
önceden gitmiş
foregone
bitmiş
foregone
foregone conclusion kaçınılmaz sonuç
foregone
mukadder olan şey
forgone
f., bak. forgo
forwent
vazgeçmiş
forwent
bırakmış
forwent
(fiil)zgeçmiş, bırakmış
forwent
f., bak. forgo
forwent
bırak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To let pass
To do without

The only way to avoid shame is to forgo acting shamefully.

To refrain or abstain from; pass up
to deny oneself
{f} precede, go before; abstain, refrain from, give up
see forego. to not do or have something pleasant or enjoyable
refrain from consuming; "You will have to forgo alcohol
do without or cease to hold or adhere to; "We are dispensing with formalities"; "relinquish the old ideas"
To pass by; to leave
refrain from consuming; "You will have to forgo alcohol"
See 1st Forego
lose or lose the right to by some error, offense, or crime
forego
To leave alone
forego
To abandon
foregoing
Occurring before or in front of something else, in time, place, rank or sequence

we may conclude, from the foregoing reasonings, that, as certain unity is requisite in all productions, it cannot be wanting in history more than in any other;.

foregoing
Present participle of forego
foregone
previous, former
foregone
bygone
foregone
inevitable, predictable
forego
to deny oneself the pleasure or profit of
forego
If you forego something, you decide to do without it, although you would like it. Keen skiers are happy to forego a summer holiday to go skiing. = do without. another spelling of forgo
forego
{v} to go before, quit, give up, resign, lose
forego
alternative spelling of forgo
forego
To go before; to precede; used especially in the present and past participles
forego
{f} precede, go before; abstain, refrain from, give up
forego
To precede, to go before
forego
To relinquish the enjoyment or advantage of; to give up; to resign; to renounce; said of a thing already enjoyed, or of one within reach, or anticipated
forego
To quit; to relinquish; to leave
forego
be earlier in time; go back further; "Stone tools precede bronze tools"
foregoes
third-person singular of forego
foregoing
You can refer to what has just been stated or mentioned as the foregoing. You might think from the foregoing that the French want to phase accents out. Not at all. Foregoing is also an adjective. The foregoing paragraphs were written in 1985. the foregoing (sth) something that has just been mentioned, read, dealt with etc   following
foregoing
especially of writing or speech; going before
foregoing
{s} preceding, former, previous
foregoing
Occuring before or in front of something else, in time, place, rank or sequence
foregone
past participle of forego
foregone
{s} past, gone before; determined previously, predetermined
foregone
well in the past; former; "bygone days"; "dreams of foregone times"; "sweet memories of gone summers"; "relics of a departed era"
foregone
If you say that a particular result is a foregone conclusion, you mean you are certain that it will happen. Most voters believe the result is a foregone conclusion
foregone
Foregone is the past participle of forego
forewent
Forewent is the past tense of forego
forgoes
third-person singular of forgo
forgoing
third-person singular of forgo
forgoing
the act of renouncing; sacrificing or giving up or surrendering (a possession or right or title or privilege etc )
forgone
past of forgo
forwent
Forwent is the past tense of forgo
forwent
past of forgo
forgo
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