merest

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(sıfat) en az olan
{s} en az olan
en ufak

Tanıdıklar arasında, en ufak ipuçlarının her biri neler olup bittiğini bilmek için yeterlidir. - Among familiars, the merest hint suffices each to know what's going on.

en az
mere
{s} önemsiz
mere
{s} sırf
mere
{i} göl
mere
yalnızca

İyimserlik yalnızca bir bilgi eksikliğidir. - Optimism is merely a lack of information.

Tüm dünya bir sahnedir, insanlar da yalnızca birer oyuncu. Sahneye girer, çıkarlar ve zamanları boyunca yedi dönemden oluşan birçok oyun sergilerler. - All the world is a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts, his acts being seven ages.

mere
yalnız

İyimserlik yalnızca bir bilgi eksikliğidir. - Optimism is merely a lack of information.

Tüm dünya bir sahnedir, insanlar da yalnızca birer oyuncu. Sahneye girer, çıkarlar ve zamanları boyunca yedi dönemden oluşan birçok oyun sergilerler. - All the world is a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances, and one man in his time plays many parts, his acts being seven ages.

mere
sadece

Onu bulmam sadece bir şanstı. - It was a mere chance that I found it.

Ben gerçek bir balık değilim, ben sadece tamamen bir peluşum. - I'm not a real fish, I'm just a mere plushy.

mere
halis
the merest
en önemsiz
the merest
en ufak
mere
safi
mere
merek
mere
katkısız
mere
sade

Ben gerçek bir balık değilim, ben sadece tamamen bir peluşum. - I'm not a real fish, I'm just a mere plushy.

Sadece çay nasıl alınır? - How to merely get tea?

mere
veya göl
mere
merely sadece
mere
{s} saf
mere
ancak

Bizler tanrılar değiliz, ancak katıksız insanlarız. - We're not gods, but mere men.

mere
(isim) göl
mere
bataklık
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{s} smallest; neither more nor less than what is expected, ordinary
superlative of mere
mere
A pool or lake; a marsh

Lok got to his feet and wandered along by the marshes towards the mere where Fa had disappeared.

mere
A boundary, limit; a boundary-marker

The Troian Brute did first that Citie found, / And Hygate made the meare thereof by West, / And Ouert gate by North: that is the bound / Toward the land; two riuers bound the rest.

mere
Just, only; no more than

I saved a mere 10 pounds this week.

mere
Pure, unalloyed
mere
Nothing less than; complete, downright

If every man might have what he would we should have another chaos in an instant, a meer confusion.

mere
{a} this or that only
mere
{n} a lake, boundary
mere
A mare
mere
Just, only; the smallest amount
mere
Unmixed; pure; entire; absolute; unqualified
mere
emphasis You use mere to emphasize how unimportant or inadequate something is, in comparison to the general situation you are describing. successful exhibitions which go beyond mere success There is more to good health than the mere absence of disease She'd never received the merest hint of any communication from him
mere
{s} only, just; merely; not more than
mere
You use mere to indicate that a quality or action that is usually unimportant has a very important or strong effect. The mere mention of food had triggered off hunger pangs The team manager has been quick to clamp down on the merest hint of complacency
mere
a small pond of standing water
mere
A pool or lake
mere
{i} pond, lake (British)
mere
Only this, and nothing else; such, and no more; simple; bare; as, a mere boy; a mere form
mere
emphasis You use mere to emphasize how small a particular amount or number is. Sixty per cent of teachers are women, but a mere 5 percent of women are heads and deputies. A small lake, pond, or marsh: "Sometimes on lonely mountain meres/I find a magic bark" (Tennyson). a lake
mere
The sea
mere
A Maori war-club
mere
To divide, limit, or bound
mere
A combining form meaning part, portion; as, blastomere, epimere
mere
A boundary; a boundary-marker
mere
mere merest Mere does not have a comparative form. The superlative form merest is used to emphasize how small something is, rather than in comparisons
mere
A boundary
merest

    الواصلة

    mer·est

    التركية النطق

    merıst

    النطق

    /ˈmerəst/ /ˈmɛrəst/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'mir ] (adjective.) 1536. Middle English, from Latin merus; akin to Old English Amerian to purify and perhaps to Greek marmairein to sparkle; more at MORN.

    كلمة اليوم

    jaywalk
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