lighten

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الإنجليزية - التركية
aydınlatmak
açmak renk
ferahlatmak
açıklaştırmak
ışıklandırmak
(Ticaret) mavna
(Ticaret) salapurya
hafifleştirmek
(Ticaret) layter
hafiflemek
hafifletmek

O, atmosferi hafifletmek için bir şarkı söyledi. - He sang a song to lighten the atmosphere.

Yükü hafifletmek zorundayız. - We have to lighten the load.

neşelendirmek
neşelenmek
hafiflet

Yükü hafifletmek zorundayız. - We have to lighten the load.

Hükümet vergileri hafifletti. - The government lightened taxes.

aydınlanmak
{f} rahatlatmak
{f} parlamak
{f} parlatmak
{f} rengini açmak
(Tekstil) (to) ağartmak ( beyazlatmak )
hafiflet/aydınlat
{f} açmak (renk)
{f} şimşek çakmak
{f} hafifletmek, yükünü azaltmak; hafiflemek, yükü azalmak
{f} ışık saçmak
lighten up
aydınlatmak
lighten up
aydınlat
lighten up
Rahatlamak, hafiflemek, kafayı boşaltıp neşelenmek
lighten up
Rahatla bir!Ciddiyeti bırak!
lighten up
rahatlatmak
lightened
ışıklı
lightening
yıldırım
lightening
{i} aydınlatma
lightening
{f} aydınlat
lightening
{i} hafifletme
lightener
açıcı
lightening
aydınlatarak
lightens
aydınlatan
lightening
(Tıp) doğum sancıları başlamadan iki veya üç hafta evvel uterusun pelvis boşluğuna inmesi
lightening
(isim) hafifletme
lightening
(Askeri) HAFİFLETME: Büyük bir tankerin bir limana girebilmesi için su kesimini azaltmak üzere bu tankerden daha küçük tankerlere ham petrol yükünü nakletme işlemi (Genellikle açıkta demirli durumdayken yapılır)
lightening
aydınlanma
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To become light or lighter in weight
To become less serious or more cheerful
To alleviate; to reduce the burden of
To become brighter or clearer; to brighten
To make less serious or more cheerful
To make brighter or clearer; to illuminate
To make light or lighter in weight
{v} to flash with lightening, ease, cheer
To cheer; to exhilarate
To make less burdensome or afflictive; to alleviate; as, to lighten the cares of life or the burden of grief
become brighter; "The sky brightened"
{f} make lighter; lessen the weight or load; relieve of worry; become lighter; become less heavy; become cheerful; illuminate; brighten; make a color lighter
If your attitude, or mood lightens, or if someone or something lightens it, they make you feel more cheerful, happy, and relaxed. As they approached the outskirts of the city, Ella's mood visibly lightened The sun was streaming in through the window, yet it did nothing to lighten his mood
To free from trouble and fill with joy
To descend; to light
To grow lighter; to become less dark or lowering; to brighten; to clear, as the sky
When something lightens or when you lighten it, it becomes less dark in colour. The sky began to lighten Leslie lightens her hair and has now had it cut into a short, feathered style. darken
If someone lightens a situation, they make it less serious or less boring. Anthony felt the need to lighten the atmosphere
make lighter or brighter; "The paint will brighten the room"
become lighter; "The room lightened up"
To burst forth or dart, as lightning; to shine with, or like, lightning; to display a flash or flashes of lightning; to flash
If you lighten something, you make it less heavy. It is a good idea to blend it in a food processor as this lightens the mixture He pulled the lightened sled with all his strength
To make light or clear; to light; to illuminate; as, to lighten an apartment with lamps or gas; to lighten the streets
To make lighter, or less heavy; to reduce in weight; to relieve of part of a load or burden; as, to lighten a ship by unloading; to lighten a load or burden
make more cheerful
To emit or disclose in, or as in, lightning; to flash out, like lightning
To illuminate with knowledge; to enlighten
become lighter; "The room lightened up" make more cheerful
lighten up
To become less serious and more cheerful or casual; to relax

I wish he'd lighten up a bit and realize that we were only joking.

lighten up
become lighter; "The room lightened up"
lighten up
make lighter or brighter; "The paint will brighten the room"
lighten up
relax, take things easy, calm down; cheer up
lightening
The removal of cargo (especially crude oil) from a vessel in order to reduce its draft
lightening
Present participle of lighten
lightening
The sensation caused by the descent of the uterus into the pelvic cavity before the onset of labour
Lightening
lightning
Lightening
fulgurant
lightened
past of lighten
lightener
{i} person or thing which makes light or lighter; person or thing which illuminates
lightener
That which lightens
lightening
removal of colour
lightening
changing to a lighter color
lightening
making brighter or less heavy, as in: Better computer programs are lightening the load for many office workers
lightening
descent of the uterus into the pelvic cavity that occurs late in pregnancy; the fetus is said to have dropped
lightening
Your baby changing positions in the uterus before labor, usually described as the baby "dropping " First time moms can see this as soon as 4-6 before their due date, whole other moms will notice this not until labor begins
lightens
third-person singular of lighten
lighten
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