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İngilizce - Türkçe

Düşman saldırısı şafakta sona erdi. - The enemy attack ended at dawn.

Şafaktan önce hava her zaman en karanlıktır. - It's always darkest before the dawn.

{i} şafak vakti

Tom şafak vaktinde okula gitti. - Tom left for school at the break of dawn.

Neredeyse şafak vakti ve henüz bir şey olmadı. - It's almost dawn and nothing's happened yet.

(Askeri) alaca karanlık
gün doğmak
{i} seher, tan vakti
(gün) ağarmak
tan vakti
tan ağarmak
gün ağarırken

Küçük kız gün ağarırken uyandı. - The little girl woke at dawn.

doğmak (gün)
{f} gün doğ

Tom her gün tan ağarırken kalkar. - Tom wakes up at the crack of dawn every day.

günün ilk ışıkları
{i} gün doğması
dawn on anlaşılmak
intikal etmek
(Askeri) ŞAFAK: Sabahleyin gün ışığının ilk görünüşü. Ayrıca bakınız: "dusk", "twilight"
It davvned on me

Sabahtan akşama kadar sınavlarım var. - I have exams from dawn till dusk.

Sabahın ilk ışıklarına kadar benimle birlikte kalın. - Stay with me till the dawn.

Kafama dank etti

Anlam sonunda kafama dank etti. - The meaning dawned upon me at last.

Onun o sözlerle kastettiği şey sonunda kafama dank etti. - What he meant by those words finally dawned on me.

{i} ortaya çıkma
{f} şafak sökmek
{f} belirmek
{f} gün ağarmak
{i} başlangıç
görünmeye başlamak
dawn ağar
{i} uyanma
dawn sundog
(Tekstil) yalancı tan
dawn on
dawn on
dawn on
dawn on
dawn on sb
dawn on sb
dawn broke
şafak kırdı
dawn chorus
şafak koro
dawn of civilization
medeniyetin başlangıcı
dawn on someone
Birisi Şafağın
dawn and dusk combat air patrol
(Askeri) alacakaranlık ve şafak muharebe hava devriyesi
dawn on
dank etmek
dawn on
(deyim) dawn on someone anlamak,sezmek
dawn on
dawn on somebody
kafasına dank etmek
at the break of dawn
şafak sökümünde
at the crack of dawn
şafak sökümünde
at the dawn
şafak vakti
break of dawn
şafağın mola
crack of dawn
seher vakti
from dawn till dusk
Şafaktan gün batımına kadar, sabahtan akşama
from dawn to dusk
alacakaranlık şafak kadar
from dusk till dawn
sabahın ilk ışıklarına kadar alacakaranlık dan
pre dawn
on Şafak
since th dawn of time
hayat başladığından bu yana
the dawn is breaking
gün ağarıyor
till dawn
sabaha kadar
at dawn
şafak vakti
at the dawn of
-in şafağında
pull dawn
pull dawn
İngilizce - İngilizce
A female given name sometimes given to a girl born at that time of day

Dawn, go away, I’m no good for you.

To begin to brighten with daylight

Before a new day dawns.

The beginning

The dawn of civilisation.

The time when the sun rises

She rose before dawn to meet the train.

The rising of the sun
To start to appear or be realized

I don’t want to be there when the truth dawns.

The morning twilight period immediately before sunrise
{v} to grow light, glimmer, open, appear
{n} the first rise, beginning, break of day
A female given name, sometimes given to someone born at that time of day
{f} become light; begin, start; become clear; start to understand
To began to give promise; to begin to appear or to expand
The break of day; the first appearance of light in the morning; show of approaching sunrise
a segment of time of each day when some people (who suffer from sleeping disorder) are most likely to hit the most ingenious ideas
{i} sunrise; appearance
The first appearance of light in the eastern sky before sunrise It marks the beginning of morning twilight The visual display is created by the scattering of light reaching the upper atmosphere prior to the sun's rise to the observer's horizon
appear or develop; "The age of computers had dawned
the earliest period; "the dawn of civilization"; "the morning of the world"
become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions; "It dawned on him that she had betrayed him"; "she was penetrated with sorrow"
When you say that a particular day dawned, you mean it arrived or began, usually when it became light. When the great day dawned, the first concern was the weather
Dawn is the time of day when light first appears in the sky, just before the sun rises. Nancy woke at dawn
Drug Abuse Warning Network, a SAMHSA-funded program which monitors drug abuse among persons admitted at hospital emergency rooms
an opening time period; "it was the dawn of the Roman Empire"
become light; "It started to dawn, and we had to get up"
the earliest period; "the dawn of civilization"; "the morning of the world" the first light of day; "we got up before dawn"; "they talked until morning" an opening time period; "it was the dawn of the Roman Empire" become light; "It started to dawn, and we had to get up" appear or develop; "The age of computers had dawned
appear or develop; "The age of computers had dawned"
First opening or expansion; first appearance; beginning; rise
If something is dawning, it is beginning to develop or come into existence. Throughout Europe a new railway age, that of the high-speed train, has dawned + dawning dawn·ing the dawning of the space age
To begin to grow light in the morning; to grow light; to break, or begin to appear; as, the day dawns; the morning dawns
1 the awakening of new forces 2 a healing 3 a fresh perceptive or new approach 4 a break through in understanding
The dawn of a period of time or a situation is the beginning of it. the dawn of the radio age
at the crack of dawn: see crack
the first light of day; "we got up before dawn"; "they talked until morning"
dawn chorus
Early morning birdsong
dawn chorus
radio interference sometimes experienced at sunrise
dawn of a new day
A new beginning; a fresh start; an important, promising turning point

It’s the dawn of a new day—a new era, even—for the Queens Chamber of Commerce.

dawn on
to occur to somebody; to be realized

It finally dawned on him that he could automate the process instead of doing it by hand each time.

dawn patrol
The act of going out for a surf at dawn, or surfers who do that
dawn sundog
(Tekstil) A false sunrise or dawn sundog is a very particular kind of parhelion, belonging to the optical phenomenon family of halos
dawn on someone
occur to someone
Dawn Fraser
born Sept. 4, 1937, Balmain, near Sydney, Austl. Australian swimmer. She broke the women's world record for the 100-m freestyle race nine successive times between 1956 and 1964 and became the first woman swimmer to win gold medals in three consecutive Olympic Games. Her 1964 100-m freestyle record of 58.9 seconds stood for eight years. She set world marks in freestyle swimming at six different distances
dawn broke
the day broke, the sun began to rise
dawn chorus
The dawn chorus is the singing of birds at dawn. the dawn chorus the sound of many birds singing at dawn
dawn on
If a fact or idea dawns on you, you realize it. It gradually dawned on me that I still had talent and ought to run again Then the chilling truth dawned on Captain Gary Snavely. = strike
dawn on
begin to understand; come to mind
dawn on someone
occur to someone, come to someone's mind (i.e. thought, idea, understanding)
dawn raid
If a person or company carries out a dawn raid, they try to buy a large number of a company's shares at the start of a day's trading, especially because they want to buy the whole company. Southern acquired 11.2 per cent of Sweb in a dawn raid on Monday. an attack or operation by soldiers or police that happens very early in the morning
dawn raid
If police officers carry out a dawn raid, they go to someone's house very early in the morning to search it or arrest them. Thousands of pounds worth of drugs were seized in dawn raids yesterday
dawn redwood
A cone-bearing Chinese tree (Metasequoia glyptostroboides) related to the redwood, having deciduous, flat, opposite leaves and small, globular cones. It is now commonly cultivated in the United States. Coniferous, nonevergreen tree (Metasequoia glyptostroboides), the only living species of the genus Metasequoia, of the family Taxodiaceae, native to remote valleys of central China. Both branchlets and leaves grow out in pairs from points along the stem. The bright green, feathery leaves turn reddish brown in autumn. Though Metasequoia fossils are abundant, the tree was thought to be extinct until living specimens were discovered in the 1940s. Only a few thousand are known to have survived, in central China. Since these stands were discovered, seeds and cuttings have been planted throughout the world
crack of dawn
The first moment of daylight; sunrise

This is high-speed travel, Muriel. Not fun. I'm waking up at crack of dawn..

Simple past tense and past participle of dawn
The first beginnings of something

They'll take over the world.


After the dewy dawning's cold grey air.

Present participle of dawn
false dawn
Something engendering premature hope; a promising sign which in fact leads to nothing

As Congo nears the 50th anniversary of its independence from Belgium on June 30th, Mr Chebeya’s murky death suggests that 2006 was a false dawn.

false dawn
A thin ambient light which precedes true dawn, typically by around an hour, in certain parts of the world

The moon was low down, and there was just the glimmer of the false dawn that comes about an hour before the real one.

from dawn to dusk
From sunrise to sunset
from dawn to dusk
At daytime
from dusk to dawn
At night, nighttime

Roos and wallabies often leap onto roads, particularly from dusk to dawn; keep your speed under 70km/h at these times.

from dusk to dawn
From sunset to sunrise
handbags at dawn
A catty squabble
pistols at dawn
A challenge to a duel
pistols at dawn
A duel
The dawn
To dawn
at dawn
at sunrise, at the first light of day
at the crack of dawn
at the very beginning of dawn, right during sunrise, at daybreak
before dawn
before the sunrise, before the sun comes up, before the first light of day
break of dawn
sunrise, first light of day, early morning
crack of dawn
first rise of the sun, the top of the morning
past of dawn
the first light of day; "we got up before dawn"; "they talked until morning"
plural of dawn
third-person singular of dawn
false dawn
a situation in which something good seems likely to happen, but it does not
flush of dawn
early light of morning
from dusk till dawn
all day long, throughout the day, from sunrise to sunset
till dawn
until the early hours of the morning, throughout the night