come on

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İngilizce - Türkçe

Hadi, arkadaşlar, bu artık komik değil. - Come on, guys. This is not funny anymore.

Bir UFO gördüğünü mü söylüyorsun? Hadi ama! - You say you've seen a UFO? Come on!


Davranışını haklı çıkar, haydi, bunların hepsi olduğunda orada olmanı haklı çıkar. - Justify your attitude, come on, justify being there when it all happened.

Haydi, Joe. Sadece bir bardak bira zarar vermez. - Come on, Joe. Just a glass of beer won't hurt.

Yok canım!
elini çabuk tutmak
ortaya çıkmak
baş göstermek

Haydi, benimle oyna, çok sıkıldım! - Come on, play with me, I'm so bored!

Haydi! Geç kalacağız. - Come on! We'll be late.

(deyim) ilerlemek,gelismek
(deyim) baslamak

İçeri gelin. Başlamak üzereyiz. - Come on in. We're just about to get started.

sahneye çıkmak
(deyim) televizyon/radyoda yayimlanmak
(deyim) daha sonra gelmek. come on (too) strong (başlıca ABD,kd) çok heyecan göstermek,biriyle çok samimi olmak veya birini çok eleştirmek
karanlık basmak
gafil avlamak
üstüne gelmek
seksi bakış
hilekâr kimse

Çabuk ol, acele etmezsen geç kalacağız. - Come on, we'll be late if you don't hurry up.

Haydi, çabuk cevap ver. - Come on, answer quickly.

yok canım
çabuk ol
hadi be
davetkâr bakış
hurry up
acele etmek

Acele etmek zorundasın. - You have to hurry up.

Son treni yakalamak için acele etmek zorundasın. - You have to hurry up so you'd catch the last train.

hurry up
acele et

Acele et, yoksa son treni kaçıracaksın. - Hurry up, or you will be late for the last train.

Acele et, yoksa treni kaçıracaksın. - Hurry up or you'll miss the train.

hurry up
come on!
come on!
olur mu öyle şey
hurry up
çabuk ol!

Tom, çabuk ol. Geliyorum! - Tom, hurry up. I'm coming!

Saat yedide orada olmalıyız, bu nedenle çabuk ol. - We must be there at seven, so hurry up.

Come on!
hurry up
hurry up
come on to
için hadi
come on in
tuzak kuran kimse
davet edici bakı
hurry up
çabuk olmak
hurry up
aceleye getirmek
hurry up
acele ettirmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
hurry up
To progress, to develop

The new garden is coming on nicely.

To show sexual or relational interest through words or sometimes actions

She started coming on to me as soon as my wife left the room.

A statement or sometimes action reflecting sexual or relational interest

I thought he'd asked me to lunch to discuss business; I wasn't expecting a come on.

An expression of encouragement

Come on, George! You can win!.

Something intended to attract, as in an advertisement

The free offers are just come ons to get you in the store so the sales staff can work on you.

To encounter, discover; to come upon

Turning the corner, I came on Julia sitting by the riverbank.

To get one's period, start menstruating

Typical. I'm due to come on just after we go on holiday.

An expression of disbelief

Come on! You can't possibly expect me to believe that.

appear or become visible; make a showing; "She turned up at the funeral"; "I hope the list key is going to surface again
When something such as a machine or system comes on, it starts working or functioning. The central heating was coming on and the ancient wooden boards creaked. go off
If a new season or type of weather is coming on, it is starting to arrive. Winter was coming on again I had two miles to go and it was just coming on to rain
You say `Come on' to someone to encourage them to do something they do not much want to do. Come on Doreen, let's dance. = come along
appear or become visible; make a showing; "She turned up at the funeral"; "I hope the list key is going to surface again"
develop in a positive way; "He progressed well in school"; "My plants are coming along"; "Plans are shaping up"
become available; "water or electricity came on again after the earthquake"
You say `Come on' to someone to encourage them to hurry up. = come along
start running, functioning, or operating; "the lights went on"; "the computer came up"
If something or someone is coming on well, they are developing well or making good progress. Lee is coming on very well now and it's a matter of deciding how to fit him into the team = come along
move towards; "We were approaching our destination"; "They are drawing near"; "The enemy army came nearer and nearer"
come already, let's go, forward!; upon your word!, get real! (Slang)
If you have an illness or a headache coming on, you can feel it starting. Tiredness and fever are much more likely to be a sign of flu coming on
come on down
A catchphrase used on the American television game show "The Price is Right," inviting a member of the audience to come to Contestant's Row to play the game
come on down
An invitation to someone living to the north to come for a visit
come on down
An invitation to someone in the upstairs part of a building to come downstairs

Come on down! Breakfast is ready!.

come on to
To make a romantic or sexual advance to; to hit on

He was really coming on to me at the party.

come on.
come ons
plural form of come on
a proposal, especially a sexual or romantic one
an inducement offered to attract someone to buy something, or visit somewhere
come on in
come on to
When you come on to a particular topic, you start discussing it. We're now looking at a smaller system but I'll come on to that later
come on to
If someone comes on to you, they show that they are interested in starting a sexual relationship with you. I don't think that a woman, by using make-up, is trying to come on to a man
A come-on is a gesture or remark which someone, especially a woman, makes in order to encourage another person to make sexual advances to them. He ignores come-ons from the many women who seem to find him attractive. something that someone does deliberately to make someone else sexually interested in them
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