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الإنجليزية - التركية

Hikâyesi doğru olmayabilir. - His story may not be true.

Hikâye doğru görünüyor. - The story seems true.

{i} hikâye

Hikâye doğru görünüyor. - The story appears to be true.

Bu hikaye bir derste okumak için yeterince kısa. - This story is short enough to read in one lesson.

{i} öykü

Kızın hakkındaki öykü, haberlerdeydi. - The story about the girl was in the news.

Oğlana gönderilen mektupta ilginç bir öykü vardı. - There was an interesting story in the letter to the boy.

{i} (binada) kat
anlatılan şey
(Bilgisayar) yazı

Bu kolay İngilizce ile yazılmış bir hikaye. - This is a story written in easy English.

Bu İngilizce yazılmış bir hikayedir. - This is a story written in English.

{i} söylenti

Söylenti Mary'nin boşanmak istemesi. - The story is that Mary wants a divorce.


Bu destansı bir hikaye. - This is an epic story.

kat (binada)
binada kat

Yalandan yardım isteyen çocuğun hikayesini hiç duydun mu? - Have you ever heard the story of the boy who cried wolf?

Onun hikayesi gerçek olamaz. O sık sık yalan söyler. - Her story can't be true. She often tells lies.

(kiminse başından geçen) olay
kat (yapı)

Şu ikizler hakkındaki gazete makalesini hatırlattım. - I recalled a newspaper story about those twins.


Amcam bana masalı bir fıkra gibi anlattı. - My uncle told me the story by way of a joke.

Bana o masalı anlatan dedemdi. - It was my grandfather that told me that story.

{i} efsane
tarihi tablolarla süslemek
story writer romancı
roman taslağı
{i} rivayet
{i} k.dili. yalan, maval
hikaye anlatmak

Sana bir hikaye anlatmak istiyorum. - I want to tell you a story.

Hikaye anlatmak ister misin, yoksa benim anlatmam mı gerekiyor? - Do you want to tell the story, or should I?

{i} kat

Ben iki katlı bir evde yaşarım. - I live in a two story house.

Onun gösterdiği fotoğraf onun hikayesine renk kattı. - The photo he showed added color to his story.

apartman katı
{i} kat

Yirmi kat aşağıya gitmek istiyorsan bir asansöre ihtiyacın var. - You need an elevator if you want to go down twenty storeys.

Evin tüm katları ahşaptan yapılmıştır. - All storeys of the house are made of wood.

story height
(İnşaat) kat yüksekliği
story writer
story writer
story teller
Masalcı, hikayeci
story telling
öykü anlatma
story count
(Bilgisayar) yazı sayısı
story landing
(İnşaat) kat merdiveni sahanlığı
story of film
film öyküsü
story page
(Bilgisayar) yazı sayfası
story shear coefficient
(Çevre) kat kesme katsayısı
make up a story
Bir hikaye uydurmak
(isim) kat
bina katı
fairy story
inside story
invent a story
Bir hikaye uydurmak
life story
hayat hikayesi

Mary ona hayat hikayesini anlatırken Tom soğuk ve dikkati dağılmış görünüyordu. - Tom looked distant and distracted while Mary told him her life story.

Sami bize kendi hayat hikayesini anlattı. - Sami told us his life story.

long story
uzun hikaye
photo love story
apartman katı
kat (yapı)
çok katlı
(Bilgisayar) yazı

Amy Church tarafından yazılmış hikayeler ilginçtir. - The stories written by Amy Church are all interesting.

Kitaptaki hikayeler onun için yazılıyor. - The stories in the book are written for her.

success story
başarı öyküsü
adventure story
macera hikayesi
cock and bull story
uydurma masal
cock and bull story
uydurma laf
cock and bull story
detective story
polis romanı
detective story
polisiye roman
endless story
yılan hikâyesi
fairy story
peri masalı
life story
yaşam öyküsü
love story
aşk hikâyesi

Gerçek bir aşk hikayesi asla bitmez. - A true love story never ends.

mystery story
esrarlı hikaye
shaggy dog story
gülünç hikaye
sob story
acıklı hikaye
(binada) kat
tall story
tall story
tall story
tell a story
masal anlatmak
upper story
yukarı kat
a love story
bir aşk hikayesi
accepted the story, believed it
Hikaye kabul inanmamış
back story
geri hikayesi
bedtime story
yatmadan hikaye
cartoon strip story
çizgi roman
fiction story
(Edebiyat) Kurgu hikaye
fish story
folk story
Halk hikayesi
funny story
komik bir hikaye
great story
büyük hikaye
horror story
korku hikayesi
long story short
uzun lafın kısası
long story short
özet olarak
make up a story, fabricate a tale
Bir hikaye uyduruyorlar, bir masal uydurmak
pin a story on so.
öylesine bir hikaye pin
run a story
bir olayı tv de yayınlamak
slang for an apocryphal story
bir uydurma hikaye için argo

Kısa öykülerden oluşan iki tane koleksiyon yayınladı. - She published two collections of short stories.

O, roman ve öyküleriyle ünlü bir yazardır. - He is an author famous for his novels and stories.

the story goes
the story got about
hikaye hakkında got
three story
üç katlı
üç katlı
travelling story
seyahat hikayesi
true story
Olmuş bir şey, yaşanmış hikaye
two story
iki katlı
iki katlı

O iki katlı bir evde yaşıyor. - She lives in a two-story house.

upper story
üst hikayesi
i., İng., bak. story 2
{s} tarihsel önemi olan
tarihi tablolarla süslenmiş
tarihte mühim yeri olan
destan konusu olmuş
{s} katlı: a two-storied house iki katlı bir ev
storeyed katl
{s} öykünün resimleri ile süslenmiş
{s} hikâye edilmiş
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
A lie

You’ve been telling stories again, haven’t you?.

An account of real or fictional events

The book tells the story of two roommates.

A soap opera

What will she do without being able to watch her stories?.

A floor or level of a building (mainly US - see storey)

Our shop was on the fourth story of the building — we had to install an elevator.

{n} a history, tale, fiction, lie, part of a house
{v} to relate, tell, describe, range in order
A narration or recital of that which has occurred; a description of past events; a history; a statement; a record
If someone invents a story, they give a false explanation or account of something. He invented some story about a cousin. = tale, yarn
see storey see -storey see also cock-and-bull story, short story, sob story, success story, tall story
A story is the text in a publication
That part of a building between any floor and the floor or roof next above
A horizontal division of a building, from the floor to the ceiling above it
An imaginative tale that is shorter than a novel, but longer than a short story
A set of rooms on the same floor or level; a floor, or the space between two floors
A story is a description of imaginary people and events, which is written or told in order to entertain. I shall tell you a story about four little rabbits. a popular love story with a happy ending
A single floor of a structure
The story is the basic unit of work in XP A story represents a chunk of business value that can be tested, estimated and delivered within an iteration The headline of each story is written on an index card
a piece of fiction that narrates a chain of related events; "he writes stories for the magazines
If you say it's the same old story or it's the old story, you mean that something unpleasant or undesirable seems to happen again and again. It's the same old story. They want one person to do three people's jobs
a fib; as, to tell a story
A news story is a piece of news in a newspaper or in a news broadcast. Those are some of the top stories in the news They'll do anything for a story. front-page news stories
structure consisting of a room or set of rooms comprising a single level of a multilevel building; "what level is the office on?"
a piece of fiction that narrates a chain of related events; "he writes stories for the magazines"
  The actions and events within the narrative, but not the narrative or recounting itself   What happened versus how it is told
You use a different story to refer to a situation, usually a bad one, which exists in one set of circumstances when you have mentioned that it does not exist in another set of circumstances. Where Marcella lives, the rents are fairly cheap, but a little further north it's a different story
A term for a set of copy that was imported into page layout software as one file The story may appear in one place in one text block (PageMaker term) or in one text box (XPress term,) or it may be "chained" across multiple boxes that may reside on multiple pages of a document A "story" is the largest piece of text that can be "highlighted" (selected in preparation for formatting) at one time Stories must be highlighted individually
A story is nothing else than the subjective image in a participant's mind of observed changes in the model world A story is ultimately "rendered" by the players' brains, according to the inputs they receive from the game [!!MOVE THIS: Note: decent AI participants of course must do the same thing They being, well handicapped, some special hint mechanism (a special protocol between them and the story controller) may probably be needed to help them, poor, clueless freaks ] To propagate the common vision (as prescribed in the storylineby the game authors), to drive the participants to the desired direction, having them experience what's intended for them, the story driver is the key component in the Clockwork Engine
A euphemism or child's word for "a lie;" a fib; as, to tell a story
a life of a character behind the plot
To tell in historical relation; to make the subject of a story; to narrate or describe in story
In a narrative film, all the events that we see and hear, plus all those that we infer or assume to have occurred, arranged in their presumed causal relations, chronological order, duration, frequency, and spatial locations Opposed to plot, which is the film’s actual presentation of events in the story See also duration, ellipsis, frequency, order, space, viewing time
a short account of the news; "the report of his speech"; "the story was on the 11 o'clock news"; "the account of his speech that was given on the evening news made the governor furious"
A euphemism or child's word for "a lie;"
If you say that something is only part of the story or is not the whole story, you mean that the explanation or information given is not enough for a situation to be fully understood. This may be true but it is only part of the story Jane goes to great lengths to explain that this is not the whole story
A story is a description of an event or something that happened to someone, especially a spoken description of it. The parents all shared interesting stories about their children Isak's story is typical of a child who has a specific learning disability
{i} true or fictional account of some occurrence; short work of fiction; plot; news report; joke, anecdote; lie, fib; floor, level in a building
In British English, you use to cut a long story short to indicate that you are going to state the final result of an event and not give any more details. In American English, you say to make a long story short. To cut a long story short, I ended up as managing director
If someone tells you their side of the story, they tell you why they behaved in a particular way and why they think they were right, when other people think that person behaved wrongly. He had already made up his mind before even hearing her side of the story. story singing detective story horror story mystery story short story Story Joseph
A group of related photographs licensed for publication as a unified theme The publication of all or any one of such photographs constitutes publication of the story and no other additional publication rights are deemed granted, absent a separate agreement
a trivial lie; "he told a fib about eating his spinach"; "how can I stop my child from telling stories?"
The relation of an incident or minor event; a short narrative; a tale; especially, a fictitious narrative less elaborate than a novel; a short romance
Also, a horizontal division of a building's exterior considered architecturally, which need not correspond exactly with the stories within
That portion of a building which is between the upper surface of any floor and the upper surface of the floor next above
a record or narrative description of past events; "a history of France"; "he gave an inaccurate account of the plot to kill the president"; "the story of exposure to lead"
Material not (yet) presented - inferred, presumed, assumed
information that tells what happened over time -- " without actually including these words in the story " (187)
That portion of a building included between the surface of any floor and the surface of the next floor above it, or if there is no floor above it, then the space between the floor and the ceiling next above it
a message that tells the particulars of an act or occurrence or course of events; presented in writing or drama or cinema or as a radio or television program; "his narrative was interesting"; "Disney's stories entertain adults as well as children"
Space between two connected floors
The story of something is a description of all the important things that have happened to it since it began. the story of the women's movement in Ireland
story arc
An extended or continuing storyline in episodic storytelling media such as television or comic books

A story arc can be developed continuously until it is completed, but it is more usual for a drama series to treat a story arc discontinuously.

story arcs
plural form of story arc
story editor
A script editor
story of one's life
A rueful expression used to indicate that a previously described incident (often a mishap) is typical of what tends to happen to the speaker

I asked the new girl at work to go out for a meal - and she got off with the waiter. Story of my life!.

story of one's life
An autobiography
story board
 Graphic/sketch plan for a web site
story board
An instructional method for sequencing information
story board
The rough layout of your web presentation most likely with pencil and paper
story board
From the film and television industry Putting one paper page for each 'shot' on the wall as a way to visualize all the scenes from the film and organizing the related tasks For a Web site each 'page' gets a piece of paper, and you write notes on each piece of paper describing the content of the represented Web page, and how users will traverse the site so you can create appropriate links
story board
written and visual representation outlining a concept
story board
A process that allows you to design your web site on paper
story book
book containing a collection of tales
story hour
time when tales are told, story time
story line
The plot of a story or dramatic work. the main set of related events in a story = plot
story line
plot of the story
story telling
narration, telling of tales, recounting of stories
story that sells papers
big scoop", newsworthy event, an interesting news story that increases newspaper sales
one who tells tales, one who narrates, one who recounts stories
one who writes stories, writer, novelist
Banbury story of a cock and a bull
A roundabout, nonsensical story
A work of fiction in which the author breaks in some way the conventional rules of short story telling, usually with some feature (for example, a lack of plot or characters, unusual punctuation, odd subject or presentation, etc.) which strongly challenges the reader's expectations
bedtime story
A fairytale or other story read to children before they sleep
chain story
A story, each section of which is written by a different author picking up where the previous one left off
cock-and-bull story
A far-fetched and fanciful story or tale of highly dubious validity
cover story
A fictitious account that is intended to hide one's real motive
cover story
A story that appears on the front page of a publication
end of story
That is as much as I know, am prepared to reveal or am willing to say about the subject
fish story
An exaggerated or boastful story; a tall tale
ghost story
A story about ghosts, meant to be frightening
horror story
An unpleasant or distressing experience
just-so story
A story that cannot be proven or disproven, used as an explanation of a current state of affairs
likely story
Used to suggest someone's story or excuse is a lie

He told me he couldn't come because his budgue had fallen ill. A likely story.

long story short
Introducing a short version of, or simply the conclusion of, an involved story

Dr. Kelso: Long story short, I'm on the hook for sending Trong Tri Kelso to college and he doesn't want to go to a state school.

same old story
What usually happens, a happening which is not surprising

It's the same old story - everywhere I go I get slandered. (Paul Simon: Keep My Customer Satisfied).

scare story
A rumour spread by a scaremonger in order to cause anxiety

Have you heard the recent scare story about broken glass in baby food?.

shaggy dog story
A long-winded tale or yarn featuring extensive narration of typically irrelevant details, usually resulting in a pointless or absurd punchline, which is often a pun or Spoonerism on a known catchphrase
shaggy-dog story
A long, rambling, pointless story or joke, especially one with an absurd punchline
short short story
A fictional story that is briefer than typical short stories

We do not mean the length of the average short story, but rather that of the short short story that ranges from 500 to 1200 words.

short story
A work of fiction that is shorter than a novel
short-short story
Alternative spelling of short short story
sob story
A sad story, especially one intended to elicit sympathy

Mr. Martin objected at first to the bastardization of my talent, but I gave him a sob story about needing money for lessons.

A floor or level of a building or ship

For superstitious reasons, many buildings number their 13th storey as 14, bypassing 13 entirely.

having multiple storeys; multi-storied
success story
anecdotal evidence for the benefits of some product or policy
tall story
A tale or an account of questionable veracity; a lie
the story goes
The story is usually depicted as follows

The story goes that they won the day.

war story
Any narrative of an event, involving either military or civilian characters, in wartime
invent a story
make up a story
attic story
{n} the upper story
{a} adorned with historical pictures, told
sto·rey storeys in AM, use story A storey of a building is one of its different levels, which is situated above or below other levels. the upper storeys of the Empire State Building. = floor. a floor or level of a building (story; perhaps because some medieval buildings had paintings on their walls telling stories)
structure consisting of a room or set of rooms comprising a single level of a multilevel building; "what level is the office on?"
{i} (British) floor, level in a building (also story)
A floor or level of a building
plural of storey
Having (such or so many) stories; chiefly in composition; as, a two-storied house
{s} having a certain number of stories or floors; recorded in history, legendary
Having a history; interesting from the stories which pertain to it; venerable from the associations of the past
having multiple storeys
much talked or written about
having an illustrious past
having stories as indicated; "a six-storied building"
having stories as indicated; "a six-storied building
Told in a story
plural of story