he

listen to the pronunciation of he
الإنجليزية - التركية
o
erkek
{s} erkek: he-goat teke
kendileri
o (erkek)
(Askeri) ağır teçhizat; yüksek infilak etkili patlayıcı madde (heavy equipment; high explosive)
he- erkek
kendisi
{z} eril o
them o
nesne
kendi
kimse iri
him
ona

Banka ona 500 dolar ödünç verdi. - The bank lent him 500 dollars.

Ona söyleyecek hiçbir şeyim yok. - I've got nothing to say to him.

him
kendine

Bazen büyük babam kendi başına bırakıldığında, kendi kendine konuşur. - Sometimes my grandfather talks to himself when left alone.

O, aynada kendine bakmadı mı? - Hasn't he looked at himself in a mirror?

him
o
him
kendi

Kendisine Fransızca öğretti. - He taught himself French.

Kendisine HAYIR dedi. Yüksek sesle EVET dedi. - He said NO to himself. He said YES aloud.

him
onu

Onu tanıdıkça daha çok seversin. - The more you know about him, the more you like him.

Onunla beraber olduğun sürece mutlu olamazsın. - As long as you are with him, you can't be happy.

him
(eril) onu
He is
veni
to he
hene
him
eril onu
him
His veya Her Imperial Majesty
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Higher Education
How Embarrassing
His Eminence
Health Education
His Excellency, Her Excellency
Hesse, a federal state of Germany
The name of the fifth letter of many Semitic alphabets (Phoenician, Aramaic, Hebrew, Syriac, Arabic and others)
Refers to a male person or animal already known or implied
Refers to a person whose gender is unknown
Refers to an animal whose gender is unknown
{p} a man that was named before, a male
High Explosive or High Effect Same as HC
a very light colorless element that is one of the six inert gasses; the most difficult gas to liquefy; occurs in economically extractable amounts in certain natural gases (as those found in Texas and Kansas)
The symbol element of Helium
You use he to refer to a man, boy, or male animal. He could never quite remember all our names Our dog Rex did all sorts of tricks. I cried when he died
sah
vo
Switzerland (Helvetia)
{s} male (Example: "he-dog")
the 5th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
Man; a male; any male person; in this sense used substantively
he WEAK STRONG He is a third person singular pronoun. He is used as the subject of a verb
at pump An electric cooling and heating system
Helium
Hamilton Extract (Hamilton's manuscripts/notes in RBF Archives, Stanford, CA, USA)
High Explosive
In written English, he is sometimes used to refer to a person without saying whether that person is a man or a woman. Some people dislike this use and prefer to use `he or she' or `they'. The teacher should encourage the child to proceed as far as he can, and when he is stuck, ask for help. The symbol for the element helium. The fifth letter of the Hebrew alphabet. See table at alphabet. a male person or animal
Head-End
The man or male being (or object personified to which the masculine gender is assigned), previously designated; a pronoun of the masculine gender, usually referring to a specified subject already indicated
pron dia 2 pron ia
High Explosive (type of ammunition)
High Explosive(s)
Higher Education (provided by universities and in some FE colleges)
Abbreviation for High Explosive HE ammunition is designed to explode, sending fragments (shrapnel) capable of killing soft targets but of less effect against hard targets
= High Explosive
{i} male, man, boy; male animal; heh, 5th letter of the Hebrew alphabet
pron. used in place of a name to indicate a male (third person singular), male person not referred to by name, male person whose identity is known, male animal that has been mentioned before or whose identity is known; person or animal without reference to sex
masculine personal pronoun, he
Ammunition type, High Explosive
pers pron 3 sg masc he him
Any one; the man or person; used indefinitely, and usually followed by a relative pronoun
(See For alternatives, see 19b, Biased Uses of Language, in Part Three, pages 370-73 ) At one time h e was used to mean "he or she " Today such usage is not considered appropriate At one time h e was used to mean "he or she " Today such usage is not considered appropriate
dude

Dude don't know what's good for him.

his ass

His ass is always late.

him
he when used after a preposition or as the object of a verb

She treated him for a cold (direct object).

him
Them

Daphnis has forgotten me. He is dreaming of marrying some wealthy maiden. Ah! Why did I make him swear by his goats instead of by the Nymphs! He has forgotten them as he has forgotten me. - Daphnis has forgotten me. He is dreaming of marrying some wealthy maiden. Ah! Why did I make him swear by his goats instead of by the Nymphs! He has forgotten them as he has forgotten me.

Him
Pronoun when referring to God
Him
tis
Hims
or Homs ancient Emesa City (pop., 1994: 540,133), central Syria. It is located near the Orontes River. As Emesa, it contained a large temple to the sun god El Gebal and was the birthplace of the priest-king Elagabalus, who became Roman emperor in AD 218. The emperor Aurelian defeated Queen Zenobia of Palmyra there in 272. It was taken in 636 by the Muslims, who renamed it im. In 1516 it passed into Ottoman hands, where it remained until the creation of Syria after World War I (1914-18). im is a thriving agricultural market centre and has oil and sugar refineries. It is the central link between the interior cities and the Mediterranean Sea coast
hes
Hurricane Evacuation Study
hes
Humanitarian and Emergencies Section, AusAID
him
Him is a third person singular pronoun. Him is used as the object of a verb or a preposition
him
pron [{object pron referring to a male} (Please give ~ this letter )] dia
him
Health Information Management
him
pron: him, it 45
him
he, her
him
pron. specific male; to a specific male
him
The objective case of he
him
You use him to refer to a man, boy, or male animal. John's aunt died suddenly and left him a surprisingly large sum Is Sam there? Let me talk to him My brother had a lovely dog. I looked after him for about a week
him
In written English, him is sometimes used to refer to a person without saying whether that person is a man or a woman. Some people dislike this use and prefer to use `him or her' or `them'. If the child sees the word `hear', we should show him that this is the base word in `hearing' and `hears'. Her (or His) Imperial Majesty
التركية - الإنجليزية
yeah
have
yep
yes
be, yeah, yea
he is
{k} he's
he

    التركية النطق

    hi

    المترادفات

    he/she, s/he, his ass, her ass, they, it

    النطق

    /ˈhē/ /ˈhiː/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ hE, E ] (pronoun.) before 12th century. From Middle English he (“he”), from Old English hē (“he”), from Proto-Germanic *hiz (“his, this one”), from Proto-Indo-European *k'e-, *k'ey- (“this, here”). Cognate with Low Saxon he (“he”), Dutch hij (“he”), Danish han (“he”). Related to here.

    رصف المشتركة

    he is

    كلمة اليوم

    disinter
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