aside

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Englisch - Türkisch
bir kenara

O, onu ileride kullanmak üzere bir kenara koydu. - She set it aside for future use.

Akşam yemeğinden sonra, George'nin babası onu bir kenara aldı. - After dinner, George's dad took him aside.

yan tarafa
(Muzik) sahnede kendi kendine söyleme
kenara

Adam onu bir kenara itti. - The man shoved her aside.

O, onu ileride kullanmak üzere bir kenara koydu. - She set it aside for future use.

bir yana

Bunu benim için bir yana koy. - Lay this aside for me.

Şaka bir yana, işe yarayabilir. - All kidding aside, it may work.

alçak sesle konuşma
(bir) yana
fısıltı
yana

Bunu benim için bir yana koy. - Lay this aside for me.

Şaka bir yana, işe yarayabilir. - All kidding aside, it may work.

Iay aside bir tarafa koymak
bir tarafa

Onun itirazlarını bir tarafa bıraktılar. - They set aside her objections.

(isim) kendi kendine söylenen sözler [tiy.]
ayrı

Bu kadar önemli bir ayrıntıyı kenara koyma. - Don't put aside such an important detail.

aside from ABD başka
kendi kendine
call aside bir tarafa çağırmak
saklamak
stand aside bir yana çekilmek
bir yana: Joking aside, just who are you? Şaka bir yana, kimsin sen? i., tiy. oyuncunun alçak sesle söylediği
bir tarafa çekmek
{i} kendi kendine söylenen sözler [tiy.]
kendi kendine söylenen sözler
apar
aparte
aside from
-den başka, bir yana: No one, aside from Esat, can do this. Esat bir yana, kimse bunu yapamaz
aside from
-den başka
aside from
bir yana
aside from
den başka
aside for
kenara için
aside of
kenara
aside from
dışında

Barak Obama dışında bütün Amerika başkanları beyazdı. - Aside from Barack Obama, all US presidents were white.

Onun dışında, başka hiç kimse partiye gelmedi. - Aside from him, nobody else came to the party.

set aside
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- -e ayırmak , -e saklamak 2- bir tarafa bırakmak
joking aside
şaka bir yana
lay aside
{f} bir kenara koymak
put aside
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- bir tarafa koymak , kaldırmak 2- biriktirmek
set aside
ayrılmış
brush aside
önemsememek
brush aside
bir kenara itmek
brush aside
aldırmamak
brush aside
yabana atmak
lay aside
{f} kenara koymak
move aside
çekilmek
set aside
bir tarafa koymak
set aside
(Politika, Siyaset) alan koruma
set aside
bertaraf etmek
set aside
saymazsak
set aside
kaldırmak
set aside
bir tarafa bırakmak
setting aside
çekilme
setting aside
vazgeçme
brush aside
boşlamak
brush aside
boş vermek
call aside
bir tarafa çağırmak
computer aside management
bilgisayar destekli yönetim
draw aside
bir tarafa çekmek
lay aside
bırakmak
lay aside
biriktirmek
lay aside
vazgeç
lay aside
vazgeçmek
lay aside
saklamak
put aside
bir kenara koymak
put aside
biriktirmek
set aside
saklamak
set aside
biriktirmek
set aside
bir kenara koymak
set aside
{f} bir tarafa koy
set sth aside for
ayırmak
stand aside
bir yana çekilmek
turn aside
vazgeçir
turn aside
vazgeçirmek
turn aside
döndürmek
turn aside
bir yana dönmek
aside from
onun dışında
brush aside, away
bir kenara itmek, boş vermek, boşlamak
brush sth aside
bir kenara itmek, değer vermemek
cast aside
Bir kenara atmak, bir kenara fırlatmak
joke aside
şaka bi yana
look aside
köşeye bakmak
place the pastry tin aside
kek kalıbını kenara köy
push aside
kenara itmek
pushed aside
bir kenara itti
put aside, save
bir kenara kaydetmek koymak
set aside
bir tarafa konmuş
set aside for
bir kenara koymak için
setting aside
bir kenara koyma
toss aside
kenara atmak
tossed aside
kenara fırlattı
turn aside
sapıtmak
brush sth. aside
(deyim) bir kenara itmek,deger vermemek
draw aside
kenara çekmek
everything aside
hepsi bir yana
lay aside
(deyim) lay sth. aside (para) biriktirmek,bir yana koymak
lay aside
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- bir kenara koymak , biriktirmek 2- yere bırakmak
lay aside
{f} ertelemek
lay aside
bir yana koymak
lay aside
-i terketmek, -den vazgeçmek
lay aside
{f} rafa kaldırmak
leave aside
ilgilenmemek
put aside
kenara koymak
put aside
askıya almak
put aside
kaldırmak
putting aside the fact that
bir tarafa bırakırsak
set s.t. aside
bir şeyi bir tarafa ayırmak
set s.t. aside
bir şeyi bir kenara/yana bırakmak
set s.t. aside
huk. (kararı)
set s.t. aside
bir şeyi kale almamak, bir şeyi önemsememek
speak aside
kendi kendine konuşmak
stand aside
kaçınmak
stand aside
feragat etmek
stand aside
özveride bulunmak
stand aside
yana çekilmek
stand aside
kenara çekilmek
stand aside
kenara çekilmek, yol vermek
step aside
çekilmek
step aside
kenara çekilmek
step aside
istifa etmek
sweep aside
bir kenara kaldırmak
take aside
kenara koymak
take aside
ayrı tutmak
thinking aside
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) dolambaçlı düşünme
thrust aside
kenara itmek
turn aside
saptırmak, vazgeçirmek
turn aside
(Askeri) ROTADAN AYRILMAK: Kabul edilmiş bir deniz harekat siyasetine uygun olarak gemilerin başlangıçtaki rotalarından ayrıldıkları bir kısım. Ayrıca bakınız: "ocean clearance", "shipping movement policy"
turn aside
sapmak
turn aside
yana çevirmek
wave aside
reddetmek
wave aside
istememek
wave aside
kabul etmemek
wave aside
bir kenara bırakmak
Türkisch - Türkisch
Bulamaç
Bir bamya yemeği türü
Un, et ve bamya ile yapılan bir Arap yemeği
Pekmezin yavaş ateşte un ile karıştırılıp belli bir kıvama geldikten sonra üzerine erimiş tereyağı dökülmesi ile elde edilen bir çeşit tatlı
ASİDE
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bulamaç adı verilen yemek
ASİD
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Başında bir zahmet olup boynunu döndüremeyen ve eğilemeyen, burnundan sümüğü akan deve
Englisch - Englisch
aside from

Unusual circumstances aside.

An incidental remark made quietly so as to be heard by the person to whom it is said and not by any others in the vicinity
To or on one side so as to be out of the way

Move aside, please, so that these people can come through.

{a} on one side, apart, out of the right way
out of the way (especially away from one's thoughts); "brush the objections aside"; "pushed all doubts away"
to the side, on the side; except, besides
placed or kept separate and distinct as for a purpose; "had a feeling of being set apart"; "quality sets it apart"; "a day set aside for relaxing
placed or kept separate and distinct as for a purpose; "had a feeling of being set apart"; "quality sets it apart"; "a day set aside for relaxing"
a line spoken by an actor to the audience but not intended for others on the stage in reserve; not for immediate use; "started setting aside money to buy a car"; "put something by for her old age"; "has a nestegg tucked away for a rainy day"
A short speech made to the audience not heard by other characters
Something spoken aside; as, a remark made by a stageplayer which the other players are not supposed to hear
on or to one side; "step aside"; "stood aside to let him pass"; "threw the book aside"; "put her sewing aside when he entered"
In drama, a speech directed to the audience that supposedly is not audible to the other characters onstage at the time When Hamlet first appears onstage, for example, his aside "A little more than kin, and less than kind!" gives the audience a strong sense of his alienation from King Claudius See also soliloquy
On, or to, one side; out of a straight line, course, or direction; at a little distance from the rest; out of the way; apart
- a character's speech heard by the audience but supposedly not by other characters
a message that departs from the main subject
not taken into account or excluded from consideration; "these problems apart, the country is doing well"; "all joking aside, I think you're crazy"
in a different direction; "turn aside"; "turn away one's face"; "glanced away"
in reserve; not for immediate use; "started setting aside money to buy a car"; "put something by for her old age"; "has a nestegg tucked away for a rainy day"
To one side so as to be out of the way
{i} actor's line directed at an audience and apparently not heard by the other actors
Out of one's thoughts; off; away; as, to put aside gloomy thoughts
In drama, a few words or a short passage spoken by one character to the audience It is a theatrical convention that the aside is not audible to other characters on stage Compare with soliloquy, below
So as to be heard by others; privately
When the character breaks away from the situation to talk to the audience without being heard by the other characters
A short line in a play delivered directly to the audience; by dramatic convention, the other characters onstage are presumed not to hear it Popular in the works of William Shakespeare (1564-1616) and of the Restoration period, the aside has made a comeback in recent years and is used to good effect, in conjunction with the longer direct address, by contemporary American playwrights such as Lanford Wilson (born 1937) and Neil Simon (born 1927)
a line spoken by an actor to the audience but not intended for others on the stage
aside from
excluding
aside from
with the exception of
aside from
besides, except, excluding
aside from
Excluding; except for: Aside from a mild fever, the patient feels fine
aside 1
If you set something such as time, money, or space aside for a particular purpose, you save it and do not use it for anything else. She wants to put her pocket-money aside for holidays. the ground set aside for the new cathedral
aside 1
If you move something aside, you move it to one side of you. Sarah closed the book and laid it aside
aside 1
aside asides ADVERB AND NOUN USES ; In addition to the uses shown below, aside is used in phrasal verbs such as `cast aside', `stand aside', and `step aside'
aside 1
An aside is something that you say that is not directly connected with what you are talking about. The pace of the book is leisurely, with enjoyable literary and historical asides. = digression
aside 1
You use aside to indicate that you have finished talking about something, or that you are leaving it out of your discussion, and that you are about to talk about something else. Leaving aside the tiny minority who are clinically depressed, most people who have bad moods also have very good moods Emotional arguments aside, here are the facts. = apart
aside 1
If you brush or sweep aside a feeling or suggestion, you reject it. Talk to a friend who will really listen and not brush aside your feelings The Prime Minister swept aside concern about the rising cost of mortgages
aside 1
If you take or draw someone aside, you take them a little way away from a group of people in order to talk to them in private. Will put his arm around her shoulders and drew her aside
aside 1
An aside is a comment that a character in a play makes to the audience, which the other characters are supposed not to be able to hear. Exasperated with her children, she rolls her eyes and mutters an aside to the camera, `No wonder I drink!'
aside 1
If you move aside, you get out of someone's way. She had been standing in the doorway, but now she stepped aside to let them pass
aside from 2
Aside from means the same as apart from. This form is more usual in American English. = apart from
as an aside
[said] as a comment that is not supposed to be heard by everyone

At the wedding, Tom said as an aside, The bride doesn't look well. At the ballet, Billy said as an aside to his mother, I hope the dancers fall off the stage!.

as an aside
(İthalat, İhracat) Said as a remark in a low tone of voice; used in theaters where the actor turns toward the audience as if to "think out loud."

During the concert Tim said to his wife as an aside, The conductor has no idea how to conduct Beethoven..

all kidding aside
Used to attempt to make a serious point in a jocular conversation

Max, just remember, when we call, I call, just say Yes, Joe, okay? (Laughter.) All kidding aside, thanks for your great help in this, Max.

brush aside
To disregard, dismiss or ignore something, as unimportant

He brushed aside all my objections and went ahead with the project, regardless.

brushed aside
Simple past tense and past participle of brush aside
brushes aside
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of brush aside
brushing aside
Present participle of brush aside
kidding aside
Used to attempt to make a serious point in a jocular conversation
put aside
to ignore or intentionally forget something, temporarily or permanently, so that more important things can have one's attention

Let's put our differences aside for the moment, and get this project finished.

put aside
to save money

I try to put a few dollars aside each week, just in case I need money in an emergency.

set aside
To separate and reserve something for a specific purpose

Plan to set aside three or four hours to see the museum.

set aside
To declare something invalid or null and void
set aside
To disagree with something and reject or overturn it
set-aside
land that has been taken out of agricultural production to reduce crop surpluses
set-aside
taken out of agricultural production
set-aside
something that is set aside for a specific purpose
set-aside
that has or have been set aside
set-aside
reserved or booked in advance
sets aside
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of set aside
setting aside
Present participle of set aside
stand aside
To leave a job or position voluntarily so that someone else can have it instead

It's time he stood aside and let a more qualified person do the job.

stand aside
To temporarily recuse oneself from action or decision-making in some domain

The minister will stand aside during the investigation.

stand aside
To step sideways to make a space for someone else

Stand aside, please, so the doctor can get through.

step aside
to deviate from the right or proper path

To step aside is human.

step aside
to make room for others as replacements by withdrawing from a position or service
step aside
to move out of one's way
step aside
to walk to a little distance; retire for the occasion
sweep aside
To push or brush to the side
sweep aside
To overcome an obstacle with little effort
sweep aside
To ignore, brush off
asides
plural of aside
brush aside
bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances"
brush aside
If you brush aside or brush away an idea, remark, or feeling, you refuse to consider it because you think it is not important or useful, even though it may be. Perhaps you shouldn't brush the idea aside too hastily He brushed away my views on politics. = dismiss
brush aside a difficulty
remove an obstacle; repress or ignore a problem
cast aside
throw or cast away; "Put away your worries"
cast aside
put aside, push to the side; abandon, neglect
cast aside
If you cast aside someone or something, you get rid of them because they are no longer necessary or useful to you. Sweden needs to cast aside outdated policies and thinking
did not stand aside
became involved
irony aside
in total seriousness, without irony
joking aside
seriously, really, without joking, joking apart
lay aside
{f} put aside, save, put away for future use; abandon, neglect, desert
lay aside
If you lay aside a feeling or belief, you reject it or give it up in order to progress with something. Perhaps the opposed parties will lay aside their sectional interests and rise to this challenge = put aside
lay aside
feather one's nest; have a nest egg; "He saves half his salary"
lay aside
If you lay something aside, you put it down, usually because you have finished using it or want to save it to use later. He finished the tea and laid the cup aside This allowed Ms. Kelley to lay aside money to start her business
leave politics aside
forget politics, keep politics apart from the issue
moving aside
moving to the side, moving laterally
push aside
push out of the way
push aside
bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances"
put aside
save; store; set aside
put aside
If you put a feeling or disagreement aside, you forget about it or ignore it in order to solve a problem or argument. We should put aside our differences and discuss the things we have in common We admitted that the attraction was there, but decided that we would put the feelings aside. = forget about
put aside
If you put something aside, you keep it to be dealt with or used at a later time. She took up a slice of bread, broke it nervously, then put it aside Encourage children to put aside some of their pocket-money to buy Christmas presents
set aside
The Tribunal may set aside a decision under review This means that the Tribunal disagrees with the original decision and makes a new decision in the applicant's favour
set aside
allocate; separate; put in reserve; discard, annul
set aside
If you set something aside for a special use or purpose, you keep it available for that use or purpose. Some doctors advise setting aside a certain hour each day for worry £130 million would be set aside for repairs to schools
set aside
make inoperative or stop; "suspend payments on the loan"
set aside
to annul or void as in "setting aside" a judgment
set aside
If you set aside a belief, principle, or feeling, you decide that you will not be influenced by it. He urged them to set aside minor differences for the sake of peace
set aside
Set aside was introduced as part of a programme for tackling the over production of cereals within the EU A major review of the CAP in 1992 (MacSharry reforms) addressed over production and agreed to reduce the amount of subsidies paid to to farmers for cereals by 35% over the proceeding three years To help compensate farmers for their loss of income the Arable Area Payments Scheme was introduced Under this scheme, farmers can claim support payments based on the size of the area used to grow cereals, linseeds, oilseeds and protein crops such as peas, beans and lupins However, to qualify for these payments, all but the smallest producers must 'set aside' part of their arable land, taking it out of production
set aside
give or assign a share of money or time to a particular person or cause; "I will earmark this money for your research"
set-aside
In the European Union, set-aside is a scheme in which some areas of farmland are not used for a period of time, either because too much is being produced already, or so that a crop does not become too cheap. A Brockhampton farm is paid £87 per acre for the 1,700 acres it has in set-aside
setting aside
allocation, putting aside, allotting
shoving aside
push away, thrust to the side
stand aside
stand out of the way, stand to the side
stand aside
If someone stands aside, they resign from an important job or position, often in order to let someone else take their place. The President said he was willing to stand aside if that would stop the killing. = stand down
step aside
move to the side, move out of the way
step aside
see step down
stood aside
stood at the side, was indifferent, did nothing
turn aside
shift one's position to the side
aside
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