because

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İngilizce - Türkçe
dolayı

Japonya'nın dış yardımları yurttaki ekonomik yavaşlamadan dolayı kısmen azalıyor. - Japan's foreign aid is decreasing in part because of an economic slowdown at home.

Hastalıktan dolayı partiye gidemedim. - I could not go to the party because of illness.

çünkü

Chris'i sevmiyorum çünkü o çok kaba ve duyarsız. - I dislike Chris because he is very rude and insensitive.

Okula gidiyoruz çünkü öğrenmek istiyoruz. - We go to school because we want to learn.

-dığı için
zira

İşe bazen yürüyerek bazen de bisikletle gidiyorum zira yaşadığım yer işime çok yakın. - Sometimes I walk to work, and sometimes I ride my bike, because I live very close to work.

nedeniyle

Hastalık nedeniyle partiye gidemedim. - I could not go to the party because of illness.

Bogdan Tanjević kolon kanseri nedeniyle istifa edecek. - Bogdan Tanjević will resign because of colon cancer.

conj. çünkü
(bağlaç) çünkü, yüzünden, dolayı, diği için
bağ. -diği için, nedeniyle; çünkü
diği için
yüzünden

Yağmur yüzünden gelemedim. - I couldn't come because of the rain.

Posta grev yüzünden ertelendi. - The mail is delayed because of the strike.

(Havacılık) den dolayı
dığı için
-diği için
-den dolayı
because of dolayı
diye

Beni sadece az kazanıyorum diye terk etti. - She left me simply because I had a small income.

Finceyi sadece o kızı sevdin diye mi öğrendin? - Did you learn Finnish just because you loved her?

olduğu için

Çok kaba ve duyarsız olduğu için Chris'ten hoşlanmıyorum. - I dislike Chris because he is very rude and insensitive.

O, hasta olduğu için yürüyüşe gidemedi. - He could not go on the hike because he was ill.

çünki
because of
yüzünden

Yağmur yüzünden gelemedim. - I wasn't able to come because of the rain.

Öğrenciler televizyon ve çizgi roman yüzünden, çok kitap okumazlar. - Students don't read many books because of TV and comics.

because of
nedeniyle

Hastalık nedeniyle partiye gidemedim. - I could not go to the party because of illness.

Kötü hava nedeniyle, şehir gezisi düşünceleri terk edildi. - Because of the bad weather, any thought of sight-seeing in the city was abandoned.

because of
-den dolayı
because of
naşi
because of
cihetiyle
because of
dolayı

Hastalıktan dolayı partiye gidemedim. - I could not go to the party because of illness.

O, kardan dolayı geç kaldı. - He was late because of the snow.

because of the fact that
den dolayı
because of it
yüzünden
because of the fact that
-den dolayı
because of the simple fact that
Bkz. because of the fact that
because of the simple fact that
sırf su yüzden

I went to home because of the simple fact that you lied to me : Sırf bana yalan söyledin diye eve gittim.

because of this
bundan dolayı
because the weather is cold
hava soğuk olduğundan
because the weather is cold
hava soğuk olduğu için
because the weather is cold
çünkü hava soğuk
because of
(isim)deniyle, dolayı
because of its rarity
nadir olması nedeniyle
because of me
benim yüzümden
because of this
bu yüzden

Uranüs, ekseninde çok fazla yana yatar öyle ki yan tarafı etrafında döner. Bu yüzden, kutupları bazen neredeyse direk güneşi işaret eder. - Uranus tilts over so far on its axis that it rotates on its side. Because of this, its poles are sometimes pointed almost directly at the Sun.

because of that
bu yüzden
because of you
sizin yüzünüzden
just because
öylesine

Öylesine yapabilirsin,bu nasıl yapıldığını bildiğin anlamına gelmez. - Just because you can, doesn't mean you know how.

because of
sebebiyle

Şiddetli fırtına sebebiyle gezi iptal edildi. - The trip was canceled because of the terrible storm.

Şiddetli fırtına sebebiyle seyahat iptal edildi. - The trip was canceled because of the terrible storm.

because of
için

Babasının ani ölümü nedeniyle, eğitim için yurtdışına gitmekten vazgeçti. - He gave up going abroad to study because of his father's sudden death.

Kemiklerin balıklardan hoşlanmamak için gerçekten iyi bir neden olmadığından dolayı sadece balıklardan hoşlanmadığını söylüyorsun. - Just saying you don't like fish because of the bones is not really a good reason for not liking fish.

because of
ile

Onun kökeninden dolayı, Kanada İngilizcesi hem Amerikan hem de İngiliz İngilizcesi ile ilgili özelliklere sahiptir. - Because of its origins, Canadian English has features of both American and British English.

Fadıl'ın çocukları, annelerinin zihinsel durumu nedeniyle büyükanne ve büyükbabaları ile birlikte yaşamaya başladılar. - Fadil's children went to live with their grandparents because of the mental state of their mother.

because of this
bunun için
just because
çünkü

Konumunu yitirdi çünkü yalan söylemekten kaçınmıştı. - He lost his position just because he refused to tell a lie.

simply because
sırf bu yüzden
simply because
sırf bu nedenle
not because but because
için değil için
'cause
Çünkü
all because of you
tüm senin yüzünden
because of
dolayısı ile
but because
fakat çünkü
considering that, because, since
dikkate alınarak, bu, çünkü bu yana
cuz
Kuzen
cuz
Çünkü, (because kelimesinin konuşma dilinde kısaltılmış hali)
for that, because
yani, için, çünkü
'cos
zira
'cos
çünkü
because of
dolayısıyla
İngilizce - İngilizce
So that, in order that

Simon set the house on fire where he was born, because nobody should point at it.

As known because; as inferred because; as determined because

He's not a nice guy, because he yells at people for no reason.

Used to terminate inquiry concerning origin or purpose, typically initiated by why

Daddy, why is the sky blue? / Well, because the sky .... Because the light .... Because the air .... Just because!.

On account (of), for sake (of)

I ruined my life because of you!.

By or for the cause that; on this account that; for the reason that

I hid myself because I was afraid.

For the reason (that)

And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made.

{c} for this reason, on the account
In order that; that
You use because when stating the explanation for a statement you have just made. Maybe they just didn't want to ask too many questions, because they rented us a room without even asking to see our papers The President has played a shrewd diplomatic game because from the outset he called for direct talks with the United States
If an event or situation occurs because of something, that thing is the reason or cause. Many families break up because of a lack of money Because of the law in Ireland, we had to work out a way of getting her over to Britain
dlatego ze [DLAH-teh-go ZHEH] The word dlatego is a conjunction that can also mean "therefore," "for that reason," and "that is why" The dla part means "for" and tego means "that"--"for that " Date of entry: 30 April 2000
conj. due to the fact that -; since
prep for the reason that ("He left because he was sick ")
You use because when stating the reason for something. He is called Mitch, because his name is Mitchell Because it is an area of outstanding natural beauty, you can't build on it `Why didn't you tell me, Archie?' --- `Because you might have casually mentioned it to somebody else.'
be careful to specify exactly what causes what The error occurs in essays about literature when writers are drawing conclusions from evidence
Mom's reason for having kids do things which can't be explained logically
Pro

They didn't oppose the project just because they feared public opinion. - They did not oppose the project just because they feared public opinion.

They did not oppose the project just because they feared public opinion. - They didn't oppose the project just because they feared public opinion.

You use just because when you want to say that a particular situation should not necessarily make you come to a particular conclusion. Just because something has always been done a certain way does not make it right
On account (of)
conj karena
{c} that

I'm glad to be rid of that trouble. - I feel happy because I am quit of that trouble.

You'll suffer because of that. - You will suffer because of that.

since

Since the computer here can't change the system, I can't do anything. - Because the personal computer here cannot change the system, nothing can be done.

conjunction cos 1
ergo
for

He was nervous because he was leaving for America the next morning. - He was nervous because he was leaving for the United States the next morning.

She doesn't dare leave the room for fear she should catch cold. - She won't leave the room, because she doesn't want to catch another cold.

coz
due to the fact that
cuz
because of
On account of; by reason of; for sake of, for the purpose of; by dent of; on the force of; by way of
because you touch yourself at night
Used to humourously deflect a request for a reason

Museum Guide: Because you touch yourself at night.

because of
On account of; by reason of
because of
due to, on account of, for
because of this
due to this
'cos
Eye dialect spelling of 'cause.; because

Should five per cent appear too small, Be thankful I don't take it all, 'Cos I'm the Taxman, Yeah, I'm the Taxman.

Because.
for that
Because.
forwhy

For fruitless grafts, when they are too much lopped, / More fruitless are, forwhy their fruits are stopped.

Because.
for-than
because.
cos
because.
thy
because.
'cause
cuz
Cousin
cuz
because
'cause
conj. due to the fact that
'cos
conj. due to the fact that -
Because of
for

He can't see the forest for the trees. - Because of these trees, he can't see the forest.

Because my nephew was still young, he was forgiven. - My nephew was excused because of his youth.

because of
by dint of
cuz
due to the fact that, as a result of (Slang)
cuz
a short form of 'because' British Equivalent: cos
preposition because 2
because of sb/sth used to say who or what causes something to happen or is the reason for something
because