probably

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الإنجليزية - التركية
muhtemelen

Muhtemelen sorunun kolay bir çözümü vardır. - There is probably an easy solution to the problem.

Onların kararını etkileyen muhtemelen oydu. - That was probably what influenced their decision.

galiba

Galiba sen beni hatırlamıyorsun. - You probably don't remember me.

Galiba biraz kilo vermeliyim. - I should probably lose a little weight.

olasılıkla

Tom büyük olasılıkla kayboldu. - Tom is probably lost.

O büyük olasılıkla başarısız olacak. - He will probably fail.

büyük bir olasılıkla
büyük olasılıkla

Eğer kahvaltı yapmazsanız, büyük olasılıkla sabah acıkırsınız ve işinizde önceki gibi verimli olmazsınız. - If you don't eat breakfast, you'll probably be hungry during the morning and won't be as efficient at work as you could be.

Fakat büyük olasılıkla sonuncu olacağım, bu acınacak bir durum. - But probably I'll be the last, which is a pity.

büyük bir ihtimalle
belki de

Belki de Tom'a bunu yapmak istemediğini söylemen gerekir. - You should probably tell Tom you don't want to do that.

Belki de Tom'a bu soruyu sormamalıydım. - I probably shouldn't have asked Tom that question.

herhalde, büyük bir ihtimalle/olasılıkla
herhalde

Herhalde benim yapabileceğim çok az var. - There's probably very little I can do.

Ben herhalde Tom'un yaptığı aynı şeyi yapardım. - I probably would've done the same thing that Tom did.

muhtemel olarak
ola ki
probable
muhtemel

Onun olması ne kadar muhtemel? - How probable is that to happen?

Başarısız olması muhtemel. - It is probable that he will fail.

probable
{s} olası

Onun ilk albümünün iyi satacağı olasıdır. - It is probable that her first album will sell well.

Bu mümkün, ama olası değildir. - It's possible, but not probable.

probably destroyed
(Askeri) (AIRCRAFT) MUHTEMELEN TAHRİP EDİLMİŞ (UÇAK): Fiilen yere çakıldığı görülmemekle beraber, zayi olduğu kanaatini uyandıran şartlar altında, muharebeyi terkettiği görülen bir düşman uçağı
probable
galiba
probable
(Askeri) OLASI (İHTİMAL): Daha sonraki durumda doğrulama veya inkar olgusu oluncaya kadar beyanın tam olduğunu belirten mevcut emarelerin bulunduğu koşullar altında oluşturulan bir durumu nitelemek üzere kullanılan bir terim. Ayrıca bakınız: "possible"
probable
olması muhtemel

Başarısız olması muhtemel. - It is probable that he will fail.

Onun hasta olması muhtemeldir. - It is probable that he is ill.

probable
olası muhtemel
probable
varit
most probably
büyük ihtimalle

O, büyük ihtimalle gelecek. - Most probably, he'll come.

O, büyük ihtimalle gelecek. - Most probably, she'll come.

probable
{s} makul
he probably got out of bed on the wrong side.
muhtemelen yataktan yanlış tarafında var
most probably
Büyük olasılıkla
probable
mümkün

Bu mümkün, ama olası değildir. - It's possible, but not probable.

Onun yarın gelecek olması mümkün. - It is probable that she will come tomorrow.

probable
{s} akla yatkın
probable
probablybelki de
probable
Büyük bir ihtimalle
probable
It is more than probable
probable
olası seçim
probable
olasılı
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
In all likelihood
easy to believe on the basis of available evidence; "he talked plausibly before the committee"; "he will probably win the election"
{a} in all likelihood, perhaps
In all likelihood; in a probable manner
vagueness If you say that something is probably the case, you think that it is likely to be the case, although you are not sure. The White House probably won't make this plan public until July Van Gogh is probably the best-known painter in the world
with considerable certainty; without much doubt; "He is probably out of the country"; "in all likelihood we are headed for war"
with considerable certainty; without much doubt; "He is probably out of the country"; "in all likelihood we are headed for war
vagueness You can use probably when you want to make your opinion sound less forceful or definite, so that you do not offend people. He probably thinks you're both crazy!. used to say that something is likely to happen, likely to be true etc
In a probable manner; in likelihood
almost certainly, very likely, apparently, in all likelihood
prolly
{a} likely
prob

It will probably snow tomorrow. - Probably it will snow tomorrow.

It is probable that he will win the speech contest. - He will probably win the speech contest.

very well

It might very well rain this afternoon.

probs
probable
{a} likely, like to be or to be true
most probably
very likely, almost certainly
probable
an applicant likely to be chosen apparently destined; "the probable consequences of going ahead with the scheme" likely but not certain to be or become true or real; "a likely result"; "he foresaw a probable loss
probable
apparently destined; "the probable consequences of going ahead with the scheme"
probable
likely but not certain to be or become true or real; "a likely result"; "he foresaw a probable loss"
probable
a case that meets the clinical case definition, has noncontributory or no serologic or virologic testing, and is not epidemiologically linked to a confirmed case
probable
(Prob"a*ble) a [L probabilis, fr probare to try, approve, prove: cf F probable See Prove, and cf Provable ]
probable
Rendering probable; supporting, or giving ground for, belief, but not demonstrating; as, probable evidence; probable presumption
probable
You can use probable to describe a role or function that someone or something is likely to have. The Socialists united behind their probable presidential candidate, Michel Rocard. = likely. likely to exist, happen, or be true (probabilis, from probare; PROBE). someone who is likely to be chosen for a team, to win a race etc
probable
Likely to be true
probable
Capable of being proved
probable
an applicant likely to be chosen
probable
Facility is part of a favoured development concept for a field at development planning stage at company level
probable
Considered most likely to be true among several choices
probable
Information or intelligence reported by two independent sources is classified as probably true The test for independence is certainty that the information report of one source was not derived from the other source, usually resulting in reliance on original reporting Analytical judgment counts as one source Ensure that no more than one source is based solely on analytical judgment
probable
Having more evidence for than against; supported by evidence which inclines the mind to believe, but leaves some room for doubt; likely
probable
{s} reasonable, plausible; almost certain, very likely; expected, anticipated
probable
likely but not certain to be or become true or real; "a likely result"; "he foresaw a probable loss
probable
an applicant likely to be chosen apparently destined; "the probable consequences of going ahead with the scheme"
probable
Likely to happen
probable
vagueness If you say that something is probable, you mean that it is likely to be true or likely to happen. It is probable that the medication will suppress the symptom without treating the condition An airline official said a bomb was the incident's most probable cause. = likely unlikely
probable
Adverse event: (1) has a reasonable temporal relationship to intervention, (2) could not readily have been produced by the research participant's clinical state or have been due to environmental or other interventions, (3) follows a known pattern of response to intervention, (4) disappears or decreases with reduction in dose or cessation of intervention
probably
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