new york

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الإنجليزية - التركية
(isim)w york
new york
new york university
New York Üniversitesi
new york metropolitan area
new york metropolitan alanı
plying between New York and London
New York ile Londra arasında işleyen (gemi/uçak)
a new york based company
merkezi new york'ta olan şirket
how much for a ticket to new york
(isim)w york bileti ne kadar
how much for a ticket to new york
new york bileti ne kadar
i am a transit passenger to new york
ben new york'a transit giden bir yolcuyum
i would like to cancel my ticket to new york
new york biletimi iptal etmek istiyorum
i would like to cancel my ticket to new york
(isim)w york biletimi iptal etmek istiyorum
i'd like to make a call to new york
(isim)w york'a telefon açmak istiyorum
i'd like to make a call to new york
new york'a telefon açmak istiyorum
i'd like to send this package to new york
bu koliyi new york'a göndermek istiyorum
is this the bus to new york
bu otobüs new york'a mı gidiyor
is this the train to new york
bu tren new york'a mı gidiyor
what buses are there to new york
new york'a hangi otobüsler var mı
what buses are there to new york
(isim)w york'a hangi otobüsler var mı
what flights are there to new york
new york'a hangi uçuşlar var mı
what flights are there to new york
(isim)w york'a hangi uçuşlar var mı
what train connections are there to new york
new york'a hangi tren bağlantıları var mı
what train connections are there to new york
(isim)w york'a hangi tren bağlantıları var mı
when is the next bus to new york
new york'a bir sonraki otobüs ne zaman
when is the next bus to new york
(isim)w york'a bir sonraki otobüs ne zaman
when is the next flight to new york
(isim)w york'a bir sonraki uçuş ne zaman
when is the next flight to new york
new york'a bir sonraki uçuş ne zaman
when is the next train to new york
new york'a bir sonraki tren ne zaman
when is the next train to new york
(isim)w york'a bir sonraki tren ne zaman
would you please forward my mail to my address in new york
mektuplarımı new york adresime gönderir misiniz
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A state of the United States of America and former colony

The capital of New York is Albany, not New York City.

Of a style, particularly of food, originating in New York

Alcoholism is a disease and an illnes. Its insanity has revented me from finding my Higher Power, good coffee, intoxicating chocolate, and a New York delicatessen here in Utopia.

The largest city in New York State, a metropolis extending into neighboring New Jersey state

New York is a former capital of the USA.

New York City New York State. State (pop., 2000: 18,976,457), eastern U.S. It is bordered by Canada and the U.S. states of Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania; Lake Erie and Lake Ontario are to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast. New York covers 53,013 sq mi (137,304 sq km); its capital is Albany. The Hudson, St. Lawrence, Delaware, and Niagara rivers all form parts of its boundaries. The Adirondack Mountains are in the northeast; the Catskills are in the east. Before European colonization, Algonquins (see Algonquian languages) and Iroquois inhabited the area. In 1524 Giovanni Verrazzano visited New York Bay. The 1609 explorations of Henry Hudson and Samuel de Champlain led to settlement. In 1664 the Dutch colony, New Netherland, led by Peter Stuyvesant, surrendered to the British and was renamed New York. The French and Indian War resulted in skirmishes in northern and central New York; its conclusion confirmed English dominance in the region. In the American Revolution, it was the scene of many battles, including those of Ticonderoga and Saratoga, and of Benedict Arnold's treason at West Point. New York adopted the first state constitution (1777). The capital moved from New York City to Albany in 1797. The opening of the Erie Canal in 1825 spurred development of the western part of the state. In the 19th century the growing influence in New York City of Tammany Hall caused tension between the city and the state. The economy was once based largely on manufacturing in cities, including Buffalo, Rochester, and Syracuse. It is now dominated by service industries, concentrated in New York City
{i} state in the northeastern United States; major city and port in southeastern N.Y. state
a Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies one of the British colonies that formed the United States the largest city in New York State and in the United States; located in southeastern New York at the mouth of the Hudson river; a major financial and cultural center
the largest city in New York State and in the United States; located in southeastern New York at the mouth of the Hudson river; a major financial and cultural center
a Mid-Atlantic state; one of the original 13 colonies
one of the British colonies that formed the United States
ny
hamilton period
chazy epoch
New York City
New York, New York, the largest city in the United States of America. It consists of five boroughs: Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. Situated at the mouth of the Hudson River in New York State
New York City
Manhattan
New York State
The State of New York
New York breakfast
A meal at the start of the day, consisting of coffee and cigarettes (smoked, not eaten.)
New York minute
An instant; a very short time
New York minutes
plural form of New York minute
New York reload
The act of drawing a second handgun when the first jams or runs out of bullets, rather than reloading the first, in order to gain a speed advantage

First, they may be the fastest reload for an empty primary gun—the so-called New York reload..

New York reloads
plural form of New York reload
New York Bay
An arm of the Atlantic Ocean at the mouth of the Hudson River between western Long Island and northeast New Jersey. It is divided into Upper New York Bay and Lower New York Bay by the Narrows
New York Central Railroad
Major U.S. railroad. It was founded in 1853 to consolidate 10 railroads that paralleled the Erie Canal between Albany and Buffalo, the oldest being the Mohawk and Hudson, New York state's first railway (established 1831). Cornelius Vanderbilt won control of the New York Central in 1867 and combined it with his New York and Hudson railroads running from Manhattan to Albany. The system grew until it had 10,000 mi (16,000 km) of track linking New York with Boston, Montreal, Chicago, and St. Louis. The New York Central began to decline after World War II, and in 1968 it merged with its chief competitor, the Pennsylvania Railroad Co., to form the Penn Central Transportation Co. The merger failed, and the railroad was forced into bankruptcy in 1970. Its passenger services were taken over by Amtrak in 1971, and its other railroad assets were transferred to Conrail in 1976
New York City
a large city and port in the northeastern US, on the southeast coast of New York State and east of the Hudson River. New York City is the largest city in the US and its main business centre, but it is not the capital city of the US, which is Washington, D.C. The city is divided into five boroughs : Manhattan, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Richmond. City (pop., 2000: 8,008,278), southeastern New York, at the mouth of the Hudson River. The largest city in the U.S. and an important seaport, it consists of five boroughs: the Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island. The site of a Dutch trading post on Manhattan Island, it was colonized as New Amsterdam by Dutch director general Peter Minuit, who bought it from the Indians in 1626. The colony surrendered to the British in 1664 and was renamed New York. It was the capital of the state (1784-97) and of the U.S. (1789-90). The economy grew after the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825, and the city expanded rapidly after the American Civil War, developing transportation and communications systems. In 1898 the five boroughs were merged into a single city. Long a magnet for immigrants to the U.S., it is a centre of world trade and finance, media, art, entertainment, and fashion. Because of its prominence and its central role in world commerce, the city was a target for acts of terrorism. In September 2001, hijackers intentionally flew airliners into the twin towers of the World Trade Center, destroying them and destroying or damaging several adjacent buildings; the attacks killed some 2,800 people. See September 11 attacks
New York City
{i} largest and major city and port in southeastern New York state (USA)
New York City Ballet
Preeminent U.S. ballet company. The company is descended from the American Ballet, which was founded by George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein in 1935 and revived as the Ballet Society in 1946; it assumed its current name in 1948. Under Balanchine's artistic direction, the company became the leading U.S. ballet troupe, combining European classical ballet with American characterization and innovation and exerting enormous influence on American dance. It moved to its permanent home, the New York State Theater at Lincoln Center, in 1964. Later artistic directors Jerome Robbins and Peter Martins contributed numerous works to its repertoire. Its leading dancers have included Maria Tallchief, Edward Villella, Jacques d'Amboise, and Suzanne Farrell
New York Daily News
daily tabloid newspaper published in New York City (USA)
New York Daily News
Morning daily tabloid newspaper published in New York City. It was founded in 1919 by Joseph Medill Patterson and his cousin Robert McCormick as a subsidiary of the Tribune Co. of Chicago. The first successful tabloid-format newspaper in the U.S., it quickly attracted a large readership with sensational coverage of crime, scandal, and violence; it also included lurid photographs, cartoons, and entertainment features. It was an early user of wirephotos and developed a large staff of photographers. In 1993 it was bought by Mortimer B. Zuckerman
New York Dolls
hard rock/punk band from the 1970s
New York Drama Critics Circle Award
a special prize for excellent work in the theatre, given each year by a group of US theatre critics (=writers who give their judgement on the good or bad qualities of plays, actors etc)
New York Giants
leading American professional baseball team
New York Knicks
NBA basketball team from New York
New York Philharmonic
an orchestra (=a large group of musicians) based in New York City, which is the oldest orchestra in the US
New York Philharmonic Orchestra
renowned orchestra based in New York City
New York Police Department
police force responsible for law enforcement in New York City (USA)
New York Post
a US daily newspaper produced in New York City, which includes a lot of gossip (=information about famous people's private lives) and reports events in ways that make them seem as strange, exciting, or shocking as possible
New York Post
daily tabloid newspaper published in New York City (USA)
New York Public Library
Largest city public library in the U.S. and one of the great libraries of the world. It was established in 1895, and its central building opened in 1911. Its holdings include more than 10 million books and more than 10 million manuscripts, as well as large collections of pictures, maps, books for the blind, films, and microfilms
New York Review of Books
a US magazine with long serious articles on new books, novels, poetry, writers etc
New York State
NY a state in the northeastern US. Its capital is Albany and its largest city is New York City. It is famous for its beautiful countryside, especially its mountains and rivers, and it was one of the 13 original states of the US. The area in the centre and north of the state is often called upstate New York
New York State Barge Canal
A system of inland waterways, about 845 km (525 mi) long, traversing New York State and connecting the Great Lakes with the Hudson River and Lake Champlain. Authorized in 1903 as a modification and expansion of the Erie Canal, it was begun in 1905 and completed in 1918
New York Stock Exchange
stock exchange that lists over 3000 publicly-traded companies, largest stock exchange in the United States (located on Wall Street in New York City), NYSE
New York Stock Exchange
Dow Jones Average. World's largest marketplace for securities. The exchange began as an informal meeting of 24 men in 1792 on what is now Wall Street in New York City. It was formally constituted as the New York Stock and Exchange Board in 1817, and its present name was adopted in 1863. Since 1868 membership has been obtained by purchasing a seat from an existing member; membership has been limited to 1,366 since 1953. The exchange provided capital for the industrialization of the U.S. in the 19th century. After the Panic of 1837 it began to demand that companies disclose information about their finances to the public as a condition of offering stock. The stock-market crash of 1929 led to regulation by the Securities and Exchange Commission. To be listed on the NYSE, a company must earn $2.5 million before taxes, have more than one million shares of stock outstanding, give common stockholders voting rights, and publish periodic financial statements. See also American Stock Exchange; NASDAQ
New York Times
a serious daily newspaper which is produced in New York City. It is sold everywhere in the US and in many other countries, and people in the US often just call it 'the Times'
New York Times
{i} major daily newspaper published in New York City (read throughout the United States, considered one of the leading newspapers in the United States)
New York University
NYU, large private university located in New York City (USA)
New York Yankees
American professional baseball team
New York aster
A wild aster (Aster novi-belgi) of eastern North America, with pointed leaves and bluish-violet flowers
New York minute
An extremely short period of time: "If we could find that would work as well, we'd do it in a New York minute" (Jonathan Golden)
New York school
Painters who participated in the development of contemporary art, particularly Abstract Expressionism, in or around New York City in the 1940s and '50s. During and after World War II, leadership in avant-garde art shifted from war-torn Europe to New York, and the New York school maintained a dominant position in world art into the 1980s. Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism, Pop art, and the new realist styles of the late 1960s, among others, all had their beginnings in New York. See also action painting
new york bay
a bay of the North Atlantic; fed by the Hudson River
new york city
the largest city in New York State and in the United States; located in southeastern New York at the mouth of the Hudson river; a major financial and cultural center
new york fern
slender shield fern of moist woods of eastern North America; sometimes placed in genus Dryopteris
new york state barge canal
a system of canals crossing New York State and connecting the Great Lakes with the Hudson River and Lake Champlain
new york stock exchange
a stock exchange in New York
new york strip
strip steak: steak from upper part of the short loin
New York.
N.Y
new-york
{n} one of the United States and its metropolis
City University of New York
CUNY, system of public universities located throughout New York City (USA)
State University of New York
SUNY, system of public universities located throughout the state of New York (USA)
State University of New York
Largest university system in the U.S. Founded in 1948, it consists of university centres in Albany, Binghamton, Buffalo, and Stony Brook; colleges of arts and sciences in Brockport, Buffalo, Cortland, Fredonia, Geneseo, New Paltz, Old Westbury, Oneonta, Oswego, Plattsburgh, Potsdam, and Purchase; three medical centres (two in New York City and one in Syracuse); several two-year agricultural and technical colleges; a nonresidential continuing-education program (Empire State College); over 30 community colleges; and various other specialized units
The New York Sun
{i} daily newspaper published in New York City (USA)
The New York Times
Morning daily newspaper, long the U.S. newspaper of record. From its establishment in 1851 it has aimed to avoid sensationalism and to appeal to cultured, intellectual readers. In 1896 it was bought by Adolph Ochs, who built it into an internationally respected daily. Its prestige was notably enhanced by its coverage of the sinking of the Titanic and of the two world wars. In the 1970s it became involved in controversy with its publication of the Pentagon Papers. Later in the decade, under the direction of Ochs's grandson, Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, its organization and staff underwent sweeping changes, including the introduction of a national edition printed at regional sites. Today it is perhaps the most respected and influential newspaper in the world. It is the flagship of The New York Times Co., whose interests include other newspapers (including the Boston Globe), magazines, and broadcast and electronic media
in a New York minute
right away, immediately
التركية - الإنجليزية
(Argo) bigg apple
Gotham
New York
ny
new york borsası
(Ticaret) nyse
New york borsa merkezi
Wall Street
New york'un güneyinde tekin olmayan bir cadde
Bowery
new york bileti ne kadar
How much for a ticket to New York
new york biletimi iptal etmek istiyorum
I would like to cancel my ticket to New York
new york borsası hisse senedi kâr endeksi
Dow Jones index
new york borsası hisse senedi kâr endeksi
Dow Jones average
new york metropolitan alanı
new york metropolitan area
new york'a bir sonraki otobüs ne zaman
When is the next bus to New York
new york'a bir sonraki tren ne zaman
When is the next train to New York
new york'a bir sonraki uçuş ne zaman
When is the next flight to New York
new york'a hangi otobüsler var mı
What buses are there to New York
new york'a hangi tren bağlantıları var mı
What train connections are there to New York
new york'a hangi uçuşlar var mı
What flights are there to New York
new york'a telefon açmak istiyorum
I'd like to make a call to New York
new york'un yerlisi
Knickerbocker
ben new york'a transit giden bir yolcuyum
I am a transit passenger to New York
bu koliyi new york'a göndermek istiyorum
I'd like to send this package to New York
bu otobüs new york'a mı gidiyor
Is this the bus to New York
bu tren new york'a mı gidiyor
Is this the train to New York
mektuplarımı new york adresime gönderir misiniz
Would you please forward my mail to my address in New York
merkezi new york'ta olan şirket
a New York based company
new york

    الواصلة

    new York

    التركية النطق

    nyu yôrk

    النطق

    /ˈnyo͞o ˈyôrk/ /ˈnjuː ˈjɔːrk/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'nü, chiefly British ] (adjective.) before 12th century. New + York (city in northern England, from Latin Eburacum).

    فيديوهات

    ... She's "The New York Times" best-selling author of "Crazy ...
    ... They can start to focus in on various hot spots in New York ...

    كلمة اليوم

    jericho
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