break up

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(Askeri) AYRILMA, DAĞILMA: 1. Radarla tespit etmede toplu bir verinin muhtelif nesnelere, yapı gruplamalarına tekabül eden birçok münferit veriler halinde ayrılması. Bu ayrılma mesafe, nesne büyüklüğü, nesneler arasındaki mesafe, kazanç tanzimi, huzme genişliği dahil birçok faktöre bağlıdır. 2. Görüntü değerlendirmesinde, büyütme veya genişletme sonunda görüntü halinde ortaya çıkan maddenin hüviyetini kaybetmesine ve hasıl olan görüntünün gelişigüzel seriler halinde tonal (renkli) izlenimler halini almasına sebep olan sonuç
ayrılmak

O onunla ayrılmak istiyordu. - She wanted to break up with him.

Tom Mary'den ayrılmak istiyor. - Tom wants to break up with Mary.

yok etmek
tatile girmek
kavgayı ayırmak
sona ermek
bitirmek

Tom Mary ile ilişkiyi bitirmek istiyor. - Tom wants to break up with Mary.

Eğer seni doğru anladıysam benimle ilişkiyi bitirmek istiyorsun! - If I understood you right you want to break up with me!

kırmak

Çalışma günü monotonluğunu kırmak için Tom öğle vakti koşusuna can atıyor. - Tom looks forward to his lunchtime run, to break up the monotony of his working day.

çözülmek
ayırmak
dağılıp parçalanmak
yol ayrımına gelmek
bölünmek
tatil olmak
dağılmak
sonu gelmek
ayrılmak (sevdiğinden)
(Askeri) ayrılma

Ondan ayrılmayı planlıyorum. - I plan to break up with her.

Tom nihayet Mary'den ayrılmaya karar verdi. - Tom finally decided to break up with Mary.

ilişkiyi kesmek
tükenmek
parça parça olmak
yolları ayrılmak
ilişkiyi bitirmek

O onunla ilişkiyi bitirmek istiyordu. - She wanted to break up with him.

Eğer seni doğru anladıysam benimle ilişkiyi bitirmek istiyorsun! - If I understood you right you want to break up with me!

tatile girmek (okul)
çökmek
bozulma
mahvetmek
dağıtmak
bozulmak (nişan)
bitkin düşmek
kır

Çalışma günü monotonluğunu kırmak için Tom öğle vakti koşusuna can atıyor. - Tom looks forward to his lunchtime run, to break up the monotony of his working day.

bitmek
parçalanmak
üzmek
eğlendirmek
(aralarında sevgi bağı olan iki kişi) ayrılmak
ufalamak
(deyim) sona ermek. a break-up bozulma,dagilma
bozuşmak
parçalamak
break up with
ilişkiyi bitirmek

Tom Mary ile ilişkiyi bitirmek istiyor. - Tom wants to break up with Mary.

O onunla ilişkiyi bitirmek istiyordu. - She wanted to break up with him.

break something up
noktalamak
break something up
sona erdirmek
break something up
parçalamak
break something up
ovalamak
break up with
okul tatilinin başlaması
break up with
bitirmek

Eğer seni doğru anladıysam benimle ilişkiyi bitirmek istiyorsun! - If I understood you right you want to break up with me!

O onunla ilişkiyi bitirmek istiyordu. - She wanted to break up with him.

break up with
parçalanmak
break up with
parçalamak
breakup
son
break sth up
dağıtmak
break sth up
durdurmak
breakup
bölüm
breakup
(arkadaşlık/evlilik/birlik/vb.) sona erme
breakup
kırılma
breakup
parsel
break it up
(deyim) (Break it up!) Dağılın!
break sth up
durdurmak (çoğu zaman zorla), dağıtmak, bastırmak
break up of
yukarı kırılması
break sth. up
(deyim) durdurmak (cogu zaman zorla) , dagitmak, bastirmak
breakup
ayrılma
breakup
bozulma
breakup
çöküş
breakup
parçalanma
breakup
dağılma
breakup
bölünme/bitme
breakup
sona erme
to break up
tatile girmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
Of a telephone conversation, to cease to be understandable because of a bad connection

You're breaking up. Can you repeat that?.

Of a school, to close for the holidays at the end of term
To stop a fight; to separate people who are fighting

The police came in to break up the disturbance.

To break or separate into pieces; to disintegrate or come apart

It broke up when it hit the ground.

To end a relationship

She broke up with her boyfriend last week.

To break or separate into pieces

Break up the cheese and put it in the salad.

To dissolve; to part

So the meeting broke up, and the torchlight grew dimmer, and died away as it had come in a red flicker on the roof, and the footsteps sounded fainter as they went up the passage, until the vault was left to the dead men and me.

(deyim) Scatter, disperse, as in The crowd broke up as soon as they reached the streets. [Late 1400s] This phrase is also used as an imperative, as in "Break it up!" shouted the police officer
laugh unrestrainedly cause to separate; "break up kidney stones"; "disperse particles"
If you break up with your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband, or wife, your relationship with that person ends. My girlfriend had broken up with me He felt appalled by the whole idea of marriage so we broke up. = split up
If a marriage breaks up or if someone breaks it up, the marriage ends and the partners separate. MPs say they work too hard and that is why so many of their marriages break up Fred has given me no good reason for wanting to break up our marriage
release ice; "The icebergs and glaciers calve"
suffer a nervous breakdown
When a meeting or gathering breaks up or when someone breaks it up, it is brought to an end and the people involved in it leave. A neighbour asked for the music to be turned down and the party broke up Police used tear gas to break up a demonstration He charged into the crowd. `Break it up,' he shouted. = disperse
break violently or noisily; smash
come to an end; "Their marriage dissolved"; "The tobacco monopoly broke up"
bring the association of to an end or cause to break up; "The decree officially dissolved the marriage"; "the judge dissolved the tobacco company"
laugh unrestrainedly
destroy the completeness of a set of related items; "The book dealer would not break the set"
set or keep apart; "sever a relationship"
to cause to separate and go in different directions; "She waved her hand and scattered the crowds"
discontinue an association or relation; go different ways; "The business partners broke over a tax question"; "The couple separated after 25 years of marriage"; "My friend and I split up"
close at the end of a session; "The court adjourned"
end a romantic or friendly relationship; disassemble, take apart
cause to separate; "break up kidney stones"; "disperse particles"
come apart; "the group broke up"
make a break in; "We interrupt the program for the following messages"
When a school or the pupils in it break up, the school term ends and the pupils start their holidays. It's the last week before they break up, and they're doing all kinds of Christmas things. go back
When something breaks up or when you break it up, it separates or is divided into several smaller parts. There was a danger of the ship breaking up completely Break up the chocolate and melt it He broke the bread up into chunks and gave Meer a big one Tanks are strongly built. It is a complicated and difficult process to break them up
come apart; "the group broke up
cause to go into a solution; "The recipe says that we should dissolve a cup of sugar in two cups of water"
break or cause to break into pieces; "The plate fragmented"
If you say that someone is breaking up when you are speaking to them on a mobile telephone, you mean that you can only hear parts of what they are saying because the signal is interrupted. The line's gone; I think you're breaking up. see also break-up
separate (substances) into constituent elements or parts
attack with or as if with a pickaxe of ice or rocky ground, for example; "Pick open the ice"
take apart into its constituent pieces
Alternative spelling of break up
break it up
(deyim) Scatter, disperse, as in The crowd broke up as soon as they reached the streets. [Late 1400s] This phrase is used as an imperative, as in "Break it up!" shouted the police officer
break-up
The break-up of a marriage, relationship, or association is the act of it finishing or coming to an end because the people involved decide that it is not working successfully. the acrimonious break-up of the meeting's first session. a marital break-up. = collapse
break-up
The break-up of an organization or a country is the act of it separating or dividing into several parts. the break-up of British Rail for privatisation At no time did a majority of Czechoslavakia's citizens support the country's break-up
breakup
The time when a river whose surface has been frozen from bank to bank for a significant portion of its length begins to change to an open water flow condition Breakup is signaled by the breaking of the ice and often associated with ice jams and flooding
breakup
coming apart
breakup
Disruption; a separation and dispersion of the parts or members; as, a break-up of an assembly or dinner party; a break-up of the government
breakup
{i} collapse, decomposition
breakup
the termination of a relationship
breakup
The end of an Alaskan winter, when the ice that has frozen the major rivers thaws
breakup
destructive fragmentation of a space object Breakups may be either accidental or intentional Since the early 1960s, debris created by in-orbit breakups has represented the largest single constituent of the total space object population
breakup
The point in time in the Spring when the ice breaks up in the local rivers and disappears It is the signal that Spring is really here
breakup
A loss of emotional control; a breakdown
breakup
The termination of a sexual relationship
breakup
The act of breaking up; disintegration or division
breakup
Disturbance in the picture or sound signal caused by loss of sync or by videotape damage
Türkçe - İngilizce
break-ups
the break-up
break up