to hem

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التركية - التركية
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (HEMM) Gaile, müşkül iş
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Tasa, gam, keder, hüzün
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Birlikte, beraber olmak mânasını ifade eder
Bir kimseyi uyarmak, bir şeyi açıklamak veya anlamı güçlendirmek için "özellikle", "zaten", "bir de", "şurası da var ki" anlamlarında kullanılır
Hem ... hem ... biçiminde tekrarlanarak görevdeş sözleri, cümleleri eşitlik, pekiştirme, birlikte olma veya karşıtlık anlamlarıyla bağlar: "Şiir üzerinde hem tecrübem fazla, hem bilgim."- O. V. Kanık
üzüntü, kaygı
Açıklayıcı nitelikte olan ikinci cümleyi birinciye bağlar
Hem ... hem ... biçiminde tekrarlanarak görevdeş sözleri, cümleleri eşitlik, pekiştirme, birlikte olma veya karşıtlık anlamlarıyla bağlar
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To make a hem
: To surround something or someone in a confining way
To make a sound like hem (usually coupled with "haw" as in "hemmed and hawed.")
Obsolete form of 'em
In sheet metal design, a rim or edge folded back on itself to create a smooth edge and to increase strength or rigidity
The border of an article of clothing doubled back and stitched together to finish the edge and prevent it from fraying
: To put hem on an article of clothing, to edge or put a border on something
{n} the edge of a garment, a sudden noise
{v} to close with a hem, shut in, call to
1. (noun) EDGE, edging, border, trim, trimming. 2. (verb) EDGE, trim. 3. (hem someone/something in) SURROUND, border, edge, encircle, circle, ring, enclose, skirt, fringe, encompass
lap that forms a cloth border doubled back and stitched down
To surround something or someone in a confining way
{ü} sound made in the throat (to attract attention, express doubt, etc.)
The edge or border of a garment or cloth, doubled over and sewed, to strengthen it and prevent raveling
The edge created by folding metal back on itself Metal is hemmed to eliminate sharp edges and increase rigidity
(Dutch Bend) -- Edge of material doubled over onto itself for the purpose of safe handling or to increase edge stiffness
fold over and sew together to provide with a hem; "hem my skirt"
An utterance or sound of the voice, hem or hm, often indicative of hesitation or doubt, sometimes used to call attention
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To border; to edge lap that forms a cloth border doubled back and stitched down utter `hem' or `ahem' fold over and sew together to provide with a hem; "hem my skirt
To make a sound like hem (usually coupled with "haw" as in "hemmed and hawwed.")"
If you hem something, you form a hem along its edge. Turn under and hem the outer edges
Border; edge; margin
A border made on sheet-metal ware by doubling over the edge of the sheet, to stiffen it and remove the sharp edge
It is often a sort of voluntary half cough, loud or subdued, and would perhaps be better expressed by hm
To make the sound expressed by the word hem; hence, to hesitate in speaking
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A hem on something such as a piece of clothing is an edge that is folded over and stitched down to prevent threads coming loose. The hem of a skirt or dress is the bottom edge
Someone who is afraid of change to the point of total inaction. (From a book by Spencer Johnson, M.D., Who moved my cheese, about a character who was always against change.)
the edge created by folding metal back on itself
{f} fold and sew down the edge of a piece of cloth; surround, enclose; hesitate, falter in speaking
To form a hem or border to; to fold and sew down the edge of
{i} folded and stitched down edge of cloth; edge of a garment
Used to fill in the gap of a pause with a vocalized sound
The edge created by folding metal back on itself Metal is hemmed for safety and strength reasons
A rim or margin of something
Using a Whip stitch to attach the linings [Devlin, 1840]
utter `hem' or `ahem'
The border of an article of clothing doubled back and stitched together
hemlock
Edge of material doubled over onto itself for the purpose of safe handling or to increase edge stiffness
Them An onomatopoetic word used as an expression of hesitation, doubt, etc
To put hem on an article of clothing, to edge or put a border on something
hem and haw: see haw. the edge of a piece of cloth that is turned under and stitched down, especially the lower edge of a skirt, trousers etc
التركية - الإنجليزية
also

Not only was he a doctor, he was also a very famous novelist. - O hem bir doktor hem de çok ünlü bir roman yazarıdır.

She can speak not only English but also French. - O hem İngilizce hem de Fransızca konuşabilir.

both ... and; besides, and also; anyway, anyhow; in fact, actually
And furthermore ..., Moreover ..., Indeed ..., Besides ..., ... to boot, And what's more, ...: Odadan çıktı, hem gülümseyerek çıktı. She went out of the room, and with a smile on her face to boot. Hem seninle ilgisi yok. And what's more, it has nothing to do with you. Bu hamam sıcak, hem ne sıcak! This bath is hot, and I do mean hot!
alike
both... and
actually

Actually it might be a good idea to start right now. - Aslında hemen şu an başlamak iyi bir fikir olabilir.

I found out that the woman I thought was a nurse was actually a doctor. - Hemşire olduğunu düşündüğüm kadının aslında doktor olduğunu öğrendim.

anyway
(Tıp) hem
(Tıp) haem
(Tıp) heme
as well as

He speaks French as well as English. - O hem Fransızca hem de İngilizce konuşuyor.

He gave me money as well as advice. - Bana hem nasihat hem de para verdi.

likewise
repeated Both ... and ...: Hem Sabahat, hem Nebahat geldiler. Both Sabahat and Nebahat came. Hem televizyon seyrediyor, hem de mektup yazıyor. He's watching television and writing a letter at the same time
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