beg

listen to the pronunciation of beg
Englisch - Türkisch
yalvarmak

Bilinmeyen varlıklara yalvarmak akıllıca değil. - Begging from unknown entities isn't wise.

Bana yalvarmak zorunda değilsin. - You don't have to beg me.

{f} dilenmek

Yasaya göre, sokakta dilenmek yasaktır. - By law, begging in the street is forbidden.

{f} rica etmek
{f} of -den dilemek, -den rica etmek
{f} kaçınmak
{f} dilemek
{f} arka ayakları üzerinde durmak
dilen

Bir dilenciye hiç para verdin mi? - Have you ever given money to a beggar?

Bir dilenciden daha iyi değilim. - I am no better than a beggar.

{f} sakınmak
{f} itiraf etmek
{f} sustaya kalkmak
beg önle/dilen/rica et
beg the uestion dava veya iddiayı ispat olunmuş farzetmek
yakarmak
avuç açmak
istemek

Tom çoğu günleri turistik yerlerin önünde para istemek için harcadı. - Tom spent most days begging for money in front of tourist attractions.

dile

Tom donanmada kalmış olmayı dilemeye başladı. - Tom was beginning to wish he had stayed in the navy.

Ben sizden özür dilemeliyim. - I must beg your pardon.

mendil açmak
beg off
özür dile
beg for
el açmak
beg one's bread
aç biilaç yaşamak
beg pardon
af dilemek
beg persistently
ısrarla istemek
beg to
saygıyla
beg to differ
(Konuşma Dili) aynı fikirde olmamak
beg off
mazeret beyan etmek
beg pardon
Ne dedin
beg pardon
Efendim
beg persistently
ısrarla iste
beg your pardon
özür dile
beg in
içinde dilenmek
beg leave
bırakın dilenmek
beg of
yalvarıyorum
beg persistently
ısrarla işte
beg smb. off
affettirmek. kapalı
beg the question
Tartışmaksızın doğruluğunu, ispat edildiğini varsaymak
beg the question
Bir konu, durum vs. halli için net şekilde bir soruya ihtiyacı olmak
beg yours
Senin yalvarmak
beg for help
yardım dilenmek
beg for the moon
(deyim) imkansızı istemek
beg for the moon
(deyim) gökteki ayı istemek
beg of
-den dilemek
beg of
-den rica etmek
beg pardon of
af dilemek
beg smb. off
affettirmek
beg somebody off
affettirmek
beg the question
cevaplamaktan kaçınmak
beg the question
cevap vermek istememek
beg the question
kanıtlanmış farzetmek
beg the question
doğru farzetmek (iddia)
beg trans date
(Bilgisayar) ilk hareket tarihi
begging
yalvarma

Bilinmeyen varlıklara yalvarmak akıllıca değil. - Begging from unknown entities isn't wise.

Onu yiyecek için yalvarmasını görmek kalbimi kırdı. - It broke my heart to see her begging for food.

beg for
(Politika, Siyaset) istemek
beg for
(Politika, Siyaset) dilemek
beg off
özür dilemek
I beg your pardon
affedersiniz
I beg your pardon
efendim!
begging
dilenme

Adam kapı kapı dilenmeye gitti. - The man went begging from door to door.

Yasaya göre, sokakta dilenmek yasaktır. - By law, begging in the street is forbidden.

begs
yalvarır

Brian'ın kız arkadaşı sık sık onu lüks restoranlara götürmesi için yalvarır. - Brian's girlfriend often begs him to take her to luxurious restaurants.

to beg
dilenmek
to beg
dilene
ı beg you
ı size yalvarıyorum
I beg your pardon
pardon
To beg
(isim) Selman
let the cat out of the beg
ağzındaki baklayı çıkart
sit up and beg
yalvarmak
sit up and beg
arka ayakları üzerinde kalkmak
to beg
mendil açmak
Englisch - Englisch
To request the help of someone, often in the form of money

He begged on the street corner from passersby.

A provincial governor under the Ottoman Empire, a bey
To assume, in the phrase beg the question
To plead with someone for help or for a favor

But that same day came Sam Tewkesbury to the Why Not? about nightfall, and begged a glass of rum, being, as he said, 'all of a shake'.

To raise a question, in the phrase beg the question
{v} to ask earnestly, take for granted
smirk, sarcastic or gloating smile (Internet Chat Slang)
If you say that something is going begging, you mean that it is available but no one is using it or accepting it. There is other housing going begging in town
If you beg someone to do something, you ask them very anxiously or eagerly to do it. I begged him to come back to England with me I begged to be allowed to leave We are not going to beg for help any more They dropped to their knees and begged forgiveness
I beg your pardon: see pardon
If you say that something begs a particular question, you mean that it assumes that the question has already been answered and so does not deal with it. The research begs a number of questions
To ask to be appointed guardian for, or to ask to have a guardian appointed for
To make petition to; to entreat; as, to beg a person to grant a favor
make a solicitation or entreaty for something; request urgently or persistently; "Henry IV solicited the Pope for a divorce"; "My neighbor keeps soliciting money for different charities"
To ask earnestly for; to entreat or supplicate for; to beseech
ask to obtain free; "beg money and food"
Big Evil Grin
call upon in supplication; entreat; "I beg you to stop!"
To ask alms or charity, especially to ask habitually by the wayside or from house to house; to live by asking alms
{f} request, plead; ask for charity
British Engines Group
A title of honor in Turkey and in some other parts of the East; a bey
If someone who is poor is begging, they are asking people to give them food or money. I was surrounded by people begging for food There are thousands like him in Los Angeles, begging on the streets and sleeping rough She was living alone, begging food from neighbors
A tribal leader; term is used by some Turkic-speaking tribes
To take for granted; to assume without proof
If you say that something begs a particular question, you mean that it makes people want to ask that question; some people consider that this use is incorrect. Hopewell's success begs the question: why aren't more companies doing the same?
ask to obtain free; "beg money and food
call upon in supplication; entreat; "I beg you to stop!" ask to obtain free; "beg money and food
To ask for as a charity, esp
politeness You say `I beg to differ' when you are politely emphasizing that you disagree with someone
to ask for habitually or from house to house
beg off
To avoid, or cancel some event that one has previously arranged with someone

I wonder if I can beg off going to the meeting that day, since it will take me an extra 2 hours out of my way.

beg the question
To engage in the logical fallacy of begging the question (petitio principii)

The objection is that the argument begs the question, meaning that the premise, that God has all the virtues, assumes the conclusion, that God is benevolent.

beg the question
To raise or prompt a question

Three people were hurt in the fire at the warehouse last night, which begs the question: what were they doing there in the first place?.

beg to differ
To offer an opposing opinion humbly
beg to differ
To differ strongly in opinion or interpretation
beg the question
assume the truth of an argument or proposition to be proved, without arguing it
beg the question
(of a fact or action) invite an obvious question or point
beg for mercy
ask for compassion, plead for pity
beg leave
request to, ask for permission
beg off
decline (i.e. an invitation); back out
beg off
ask for permission to be released from an engagement
beg the question
{f} assume an answer to a question that has not been asked
beg to differ
request the opportunity to disagree
beg your pardon
excuse me, pardon me
beg yours
(term used in Australia and New-Zealand) I beg your pardon
I beg your pardon
A phrase used to request something, for example if it wasn't heard

Willingly, replied Monsieur Bergeret. There was no gardener. The gardener did not exist. My mother said: 'I expect the gardener!' Straightway the gardener existed—and acted..

I beg your pardon
A phrase used to express an apology for an action

Well, perhaps not,” said Alice in a soothing tone: “don’t be angry about it. And yet I wish I could show you our cat Dinah. I think you’d take a fancy to cats, if you could only see her. She is such a dear quiet thing,” Alice went on, half to herself, as she swam lazily about in the pool, “and she sits purring so nicely by the fire, licking her paws and washing her face—and she is such a nice soft thing to nurse—and she’s such a capital one for catching mice——oh, I beg your pardon!” cried Alice again, for this time the Mouse was bristling all over, and she felt certain it must be really offended. “We wo’n’t talk about her any more if you’d rather not.”.

a good voice to beg bacon
said in ridicule of a bad voice
sit-up-and-beg
Having handlebars that curve backwards, so that the rider can sit straight rather than hunching forward

There are no specialist cycle-tour companies based in the northeast, but you can find bicycles for hire for local sightseeing. Expect to pay Rs30 to Rs100 per day for an Indian-made sit-up-and-beg bike.

to beg
supplicate
begging
{a} mendicant
I beg of you
I earnestly request, please, I beseech you
I beg you
I earnestly request, please, I beseech you
I beg you kindly
I earnestly request, please, I beseech you
I beg your pardon
excuse me, pardon me, please forgive me
To beg
mendicate
To beg
maund
To beg
maunder
To beg
emendicate
To beg
cadge
Toghrïl Beg
born 990 died Sept. 4, 1063, Rayy, Iran Founder of the Seljq dynasty. He and his brother Chagrï took refuge in Khwrezm in Central Asia after being defeated by Mahmd of Ghazna. Later they entered Khorsn (northeastern Iran), where they gradually built a power base, returning to defeat Mamd's son (1040). Chagrï took over Khorsn, and Toghrïl prepared to conquer the rest of Iran. In the 1040s he extended his authority to Rayy, Hamadn, and Efahn, and in 1055 he entered Baghdad, where he had been commissioned by the caliph of the Abbsid dynasty to overthrow the Shite Ftimid dynasty. In 1060 Toghrïl crushed a rebellion in Baghdad
begged
past of beg
begging
a solicitation for money or food (especially in the street by an apparently penniless person)
begging
present participle of beg
begging
beseeching
begging
{i} panhandling, publicly asking for handouts
begs
plural of beg
begs
third-person singular of beg
to beg to differ
allow oneself to dispute a matter
beg
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