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الإنجليزية - التركية
aşmak
aşırmak
aldırmamak
yoksaymak
(Dilbilim) geçiştirmek
(Dilbilim) göçmek
(Dilbilim) görmezden gelmek
(Dilbilim) yararlanamamak
boş vermek
(Dilbilim) faydalanamamak
(Dilbilim) gözardı etmek
(Dilbilim) geçip gitmek
(Dilbilim) göçüp gitmek
(Dilbilim) anlayamamak
göz yummak
yok saymak
atlayıp geç
(Fiili Deyim ) diğer tarafa geçmek
geçmek
üzerinden geçmek
öbür tarafa geçmek
atlayıp geçmek, üstünden geçmek
ihmal etmek, görmemek
yararlanmak
(deyim) pass over sth. kaçınmak,aldırmamak,atlamak,geçmek
ihmal etmek
(Dilbilim) ölmek
es geçmek
pass over (a matter) lightly
şakaya vurmak
pass over (a matter) lightly
espriye vurmak
pass over in silence
sessizce üzerinden geçmek
pass something over
pas geçmek
pass the sponge over
üzerine sünger çekmek
pass the sponge over
unutmak
passover
atlayıp geçme
over pass
pass üzerinde
passover
hamursuz bayramı

Matzo, mayasız ekmek, hamursuz bayramı sırasında yenir. - Matzo, an unleavened bread, is eaten during Passover.

Hamursuz bayramı Mısır'da Tanrı tarafından Yahudilerin kölelikten kurtuluşu anısına kutlanan bir Yahudi bayramıdır. - Passover is a Jewish holiday that commemorates the liberation of the Jews by God from slavery in Egypt.

passover
Yahudilerin hamursuz bayramı
Passover
(isim) yahudilerin hamursuz bayramı
not to pass over
aşmamak
pass the sponge over
sünger çekmek
pass the sponge over something
sünger çekmek
passover
Musevilerin Fısıh bayramı
passover
Fısıh bayramında kurban olarak kesilen kuzu
passover
(Askeri) TERFİE EHİL DEĞİL: Bir terfi seçim kurulu tarafından terfie tam manasıyla ehil telakki edilmemesinin doğurduğu sonuç
passover
Fısıh bayram
quarrel over not giving pass
yol vermedin kavgası
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
to fly over (something)
to make a transit of; to pass through or across (something)
to bypass (something); to skip (something)
to die
travel across or pass over; "The caravan covered almost 100 miles each day"
bypass; "He skipped a row in the text and so the sentence was incomprehensible"
If someone is passed over for a job or position, they do not get the job or position and someone younger or less experienced is chosen instead. She claimed she was repeatedly passed over for promotion They've been rejected, disappointed, ignored, passed over
ignore, disregard; skip
fly over; "The plane passed over Damascus"
fly over; "The plane passed over Damascus
rub with a circular motion; "wipe the blackboard"
If you pass over a topic in a conversation or speech, you do not talk about it. He largely passed over the government's record They seem to think her crimes should be passed over in silence
make a passage or journey from one place to another
passover
{n} a great Jewish festival to commemorate God's passing by the Israelites when he smote the first-born of the Egyptians
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Passover is a Jewish festival that begins in March or April and lasts for seven or eight days. Passover begins with a special meal that reminds Jewish people of how God helped their ancestors escape from Egypt. the Passover a Jewish religious holiday when people remember the escape of the Jews from Egypt. In Judaism, the holiday commemorating the liberation of the Hebrews from slavery in Egypt. Before sending a plague to destroy the firstborn of the Egyptians, God instructed Moses to tell the Israelites to place a special mark above their doors as a signal for the angel of death to pass over (i.e., spare the residents). The festival of Passover begins on the 15th and ends on the 22nd (in Israel, the 21st) day of the month of Nisan (March or April). During Passover only unleavened bread may be eaten, symbolizing the Hebrews' suffering in bondage and the haste with which they left Egypt. On the first night of Passover, a Seder is held, and the Haggadah is read aloud
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{i} Pesach, Jewish holiday celebrating the Jews' exodus from slavery in Egypt
Passover
The Christian holy day generally falling on the first day of the Jewish Passover
Passover
Pasch
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The eight-day Jewish festival of Pesach, commemorating the biblical story of Exodus, during which the first-born sons of the Israelites were passed over while those of the Egyptians were killed
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The event related in Exodus 12 whereby God delivers the Israelites from captivity in Egypt by passing over their houses and slaying the first-born sons of the Egyptians Also, the annual ritual recalling this event, and particularly the supper of symbolic foods during which the story of Exodus is retold
passover
The Jewish ceremony that celebrates the exodus of the Jews from slavery in Egypt through powerful miracles from God In christianity, Jesus Christ, the true lamb of God died on Passover and so allowed us to exit from the slavery of sin See Jewish Feastdays
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Jewish festival of unleavened bread commemorating the exodus of the Hebrews from Egypt
passover
   the Jewish feast commemorating the Exodus from Egypt
passover
the celebration on the 15th of Nisan of the liberation of the Jewish people from their bondage in Egypt as described in the book of Exodus For a discussion of Passover customs as seen from a Messianic perspective, see Messiah in the Passover
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The spring festival commemorating the Exodus; also the festival of the birth of lambs
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A feast of the Jews, instituted to commemorate the sparing of the Hebrews in Egypt, when God, smiting the firstborn of the Egyptians, passed over the houses of the Israelites which were marked with the blood of a lamb
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A Jewish festival to commemorate the deliverance of the Israelites, when the angel of death (that slew the first-born of the Egyptians) passed over their houses, and spared all who did as Moses commanded them
passover
a holy day celebrated in the spring to commemorate the exodus of the Jews from Egypt
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An annual Jewish observance commemorating Israel's last night of bondage in Egypt when the Angel of Death "passed over" Israelite homes marked with the blood of a sacrificial lamb to destroy the firstborn of every Egyptian household (Exod 12: 1-51) Beginning the seven-day Feast of Unleavened Bread, it is a ritual meal eaten on Nisan 14 (March-April) that traditionally includes roast lamb, unleavened bread, and bitter herbs (Exod 12: 15-20; 13: 3-10; Lev 23: 5; Num 9: 5; 28: 16; Deut 16: 1) The Passover was scrupulously observed by Israel's great leaders, including Joshua (Josh 5: 10), Hezekiah (2 Chron 30: 1), Josiah (2 Kings 23: 21-23; 2 Chron 35: 1-18), and the returned exiles (Ezra 6: 19), as well as by Jesus and his disciples (Matt 26: 2, 17-29; Mark 14: 1-16; Luke 22: 1-13; John 13: 1; 18: 39) According to the Synoptics, Jesus' Last Supper with the Twelve was a Passover celebration (Matt 26; Mark 14; Luke 22) and the model for Christian Communion (the Eucharist) (1 Cor 11: 17-27)
passover
The spring festival commemorating the exodus from Egypt
passover
A holiday beginning on the 14th of Nisan and traditionally continuing for eight days, commemorating the exodus of the Hebrews from Egypt Also called Pesach
passover
A Jewish feast commemorating the protection God gave to Jewish families when he killed all the first-born men and animals in the land of Egypt After this divine punishment, Pharaoh consented to allow Moses to lead the Israelites out of slavery (Exodus 12)
passover
(Judaism) a Jewish festival (traditionally 8 days) celebrating the exodus of the Israelites from Egypt
passover
This is the most important feast of the Jewish calendar, celebrated at the first full moon after the Vernal Equinox The name "Passover" was derived from the actions of the angel of death as described in the book of Exodus The angel "passed over" the homes of the Jews which were marked with the blood obtained from a ritual animal sacrifice The same angel murdered the first-born son and first-born animals of every Egyptian family whose doorway was not so marked
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The sacrifice offered at the feast of the passover; the paschal lamb
passover
   the Jewish feast commemorating the Exodus from Egypt
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