brother

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Englisch - Türkisch
kardeş

Küçük erkek kardeşim televizyon izliyor. - My little brother is watching television.

O Taro'nun erkek kardeşi. - He is Taro's brother.

erkek kardeş

Küçük erkek kardeşim televizyon izliyor. - My little brother is watching TV.

Erkek kardeşim, ben kadar büyük. - My brother is as large as I.

brotherlyerkek kardeşe özgü
ağabeyce
brotherlinesskardeşçe oluş
vay canına!
brotherhoodkardeşlik
ahi
can
bir kuruluş veya kuruma üye olanlar
kayınbirader

Tom Mary'nin kayınbiraderidir. - Tom is Mary's brother-in-law.

Kayınbiraderim geçen çarşamba vefat etti. - My brother-in-law passed away last Wednesday.

aynı türkümün erkek üyesi
brotherin i enişte
din kardeşi
(fiil)y be, vay canına
{i} arkadaş

Tom kolejde küçük erkek kardeşimin oda arkadaşıydı. - Tom was my younger brother's roommate in college.

O, erkek kardeşimin bir arkadaşıdır. - He's a friend of my brother's.

vay be
beraberlik
aynı cemiyette üye
bacanak
{i} tarikat üyesi
birlik

İki erkek kardeş birlikte seyahat için gitti. - Two brothers went to travel together.

Beş kardeş çiftlikte birlikte çalıştı. - Five brothers worked together on the farm.

{i} dost
dadaş
erkek kardeşi
vay canına
kardeşin
birader

Biz biraderler gibiyiz. - We are like brothers.

İki birader de oradaydı. - Both brothers were there.

brother in law
kayınbirader
brother-in-law
kayınbirader

Kayınbiraderim geçen çarşamba vefat etti. - My brother-in-law passed away last Wednesday.

Tom Mary'nin kayınbiraderidir. - Tom is Mary's brother-in-law.

brother-in-law
enişte

Eniştem gerçekten bencil. - My brother-in-law is really egotistical.

Yapmamız gereken ilk şey misafirperverliği için eniştene yazıp teşekkür etmek. - The first thing we should do is write and thank your brother-in-law for his hospitality.

brother-in-law
bacanak
brother hood
kardeş hood
brother in law
enişte
brother in-law
kardeşim in-law
brother german
öz kardeş
brother in arms
(Konuşma Dili) omuzdaş
brother in arms
silâh arkadaşı
brother in law
bacanak
brother of the halfblood
üvey kardeş
brother student
okul arkadaşı
brotherly
ağabeyce
brotherly
erkek kardeşe özgü
brothers
erkek kardeşler

Erkek kardeşlerin her ikisi de öldü. - Both the brothers are dead.

Ben fakirim, oysa erkek kardeşlerim çok zengin. - I am poor, whereas my brothers are very rich.

blood brother
kan kardeşi
brethren
din kardeşleri
brotherliness
kardeşçe oluş
brotherly
kardeş gibi
brotherly
kardeşçe
elder brother
büyük kardeş
elder brother
ağabey

Ağabeyim büyük bir ticari kuruluşta görev yapıyor. - My elder brother got a position in a big business.

Ağabeyim çok hızlı bir şekilde ev ödevini bitirdi. - My elder brother finished his homework very quickly.

father's brother's son
amca oğlu
foster brother or sister
süt kardeş
full brother
öz erkek kardeş
half brother
üvey erkek kardeş

Ben Tom'un üvey erkek kardeşiyim. - I'm Tom's half brother.

Tom benim üvey erkek kardeşim. - Tom is my half brother.

little brother
küçük kardeş
soul brother
zenci
step brother
üvey erkek kardeş
baby brother
bebek kardeşim
blood brother
Kan kardeşi, kanka
husband's brother
kocasının kardeşi
little brother
küçük kardeşim
step brother
adım kardeşi
big brother
{i} ağabey

Bir ağabeyim ve iki kız kardeşim var. - I have one big brother and two little sisters.

Ağabeyim ödevini çabucak bitirdi. - My big brother finished his homework very quickly.

big brother
{i} diktatör
blood brother
öz kardeş
brethren
kardeşler
brethren
(isim) tarikat üyeleri
brethren
i., çoğ. kardeşler
brethren
ihvan
brethren
tarikat üyeleri
brethren
kardeş
brotherly
{s} kardeşe özgü
do you have a brother
kardeşin var mı
foster brother
sütkardeş
half brother
üvey kardeş
i am his brother
kardeşiyim
i am with my brother
kardeşim ile beraberim
kid brother
{k} ufak erkek kardeş
lay brother
gönüllü çalışan rahip
older brother
abi

Tom Mary'nin abisidir. - Tom is Mary's older brother.

Tom abisi kadar akıllı değil. - Tom isn't as smart as his older brother.

soul brother
soydaş (zenci)
swore brother
kan kardeşi
twin brother
ikiz kardeş
uterine brother
annesi bir babası ayrı kardeş
uterine brother
üvey kardeş
Englisch - Englisch
An informal title used as part of another moniker:

Jacob was a Brother Grimm, and Wilhelm was a Brother Grimm.

Title of respect for an adult male member of a religious or fraternal order

At the monastery, Brother Stephen supervises the kitchen.

Formal title for any male member of a religious or fraternal organization

Please welcome Brother Smith as he moves from his former congregation to his new congregation.

Someone who is a peer, whether male or female
A black male
A male having at least one parent in common with another (see half-brother, stepbrother)
Son of the same parents as another person

My parents love me and my younger brother equally, even though he is adopted.

To treat as a brother
A male fellow member of a religious community or church
A male child descended from the same parents

He's not a real brother. He's adopted.

{n} a male born of the same parents, or of one of them, an associate, on of the same race
a male with the same parents as someone else; "my brother still lives with our parents" (Roman Catholic Church) a title given to a monk and used as form of address; "a Benedictine Brother" a male person who is a fellow member (of a fraternity or religion of other group); "none of his brothers would betray him" used as a term of address for those male persons engaged in the same movement; "Greetings, comrade!
a male person who is a fellow member (of a fraternity or religion of other group); "none of his brothers would betray him"
{i} male sibling; title of a monk used as form of address; fellow member, man who belongs to the same race, male who belongs to the same religion or profession
Your brother is a boy or a man who has the same parents as you. Oh, so you're Peter's younger brother Have you got any brothers and sisters? see also half-brother, stepbrother
n saudara 2 pron [{elder}] kakak 3 pron [{younger}] adik
a male sibling, or a half brother, stepbrother, brother-in-law, husband of a sister-in-law, or a Brother in Church Sometimes it is also used to show close friendship
One related or closely united to another by some common tie or interest, as of rank, profession, membership in a society, toil, suffering, etc
A term used by fraternity members to refer to one another
used among judges, clergymen, monks, physicians, lawyers, professors of religion, etc
An initiated member of a fraternity
One who, or that which, resembles another in distinctive qualities or traits of character
Term applied to a male communicant member of the Moravian Church Their term is not applied to nonmembers of the Church
a male with the same parents as someone else; "my brother still lives with our parents"
A male person who has the same father and mother with another person, or who has one of them only
A member of a fraternity
term used by fraternity members when referring to each other
A male sibling, half-brother, step-brother, brother-in-law, husband of a sister-in-law, or a Brother in Church Sometimes it was also used to show close friendship ("he was like a brother to me") If someone was called "brother" in a document, such as a will, it does not mean they had the same parents This extended usage fell out of use during the 20th century
n a male with the same father or mother as another person
A member of a Fraternity who has been formally initiated by his chapter, once his pledgeship has been completed
if he is older Pi Chai
a male sibling, can also be used to show close friendship
used as a term of address for those male persons engaged in the same movement; "Greetings, comrade!
To make a brother of; to call or treat as a brother; to admit to a brotherhood
brat [braht] It's easier to learn the Polish word than the English word Just remove a syllable, or think of hot dogs Date of entry: 2 April 2000
A term used within a fraternity when referring to other members
Brother is a title given to a man who belongs to a religious community such as a monastery. Brother Otto. the Christian Brothers community which owns the castle
Brothers is used in the names of some companies and shops. the film company Warner Brothers. used to show you are annoyed or surprised
(Roman Catholic Church) a title given to a monk and used as form of address; "a Benedictine Brother"
The term used by active members in a fraternity when referring to each other
used as a term of address for those male persons engaged in the same movement; "Greetings, comrade!"
In the latter case he is more definitely called a half brother, or brother of the half blood
1 A baptized male member of the congregation 2 All baptized Christians are brothers scripturally speaking, regardless of sex, in the same way that the word mankind covers the entire human race, females included (Compare 1Pe 2: 17 ) The Insight book [it] says
hermano
An initiated member of a fraternity It is used as a term of address when an initiated member refers to another member
The old-fashioned form brethren is still sometimes used as the plural for meanings
One's male sibling
Male sibling See debtor
You can describe a man as your brother if he belongs to the same race, religion, country, profession, or trade union as you, or if he has similar ideas to you. He told reporters he'd come to be with his Latvian brothers
A man who is a member of a religious order, but is not ordained or studying for the priesthood
a close friend who accompanies his buddies in their activities
and 3
{i} brer
bro
nii
brother german
a sibling that has two common parents, can also be used for sisters
brother-in-law
Co-brother-in-law: A male relative of one's generation, separated by two degrees of marriage:
brother-in-law
A male relative of one's generation, separated by one degree of marriage:
Brother Industries, Ltd.
{i} Japanese company founded in 1934, manufacturer of office equipment (fax machines, inkjet and laser printers, digital copiers, etc.), supplier of consumer and industrial sewing machines
Brother Jonathan
government of the USA; typical American
Brother can you spare a dime
the title of a song written about the Great Depression of the 1930s in the US. In the song, a man who had been rich and respected before the Depression asks people to give him money, as he is now poor
brother german
A brother by both the father's and mother's side, in contradistinction to a uterine brother, one by the mother only
brother in arms
fellow member of the military, fellow fighter
brother in law
brother of the husband, brother of the wife, husband of the sister, husband of the sister of the wife
brother-in-law
Someone's brother-in-law is the brother of their husband or wife, or the man who is married to their sister
brother-in-law
a brother by marriage
Big Brother
By extension, a disparaging name for government surveillance considered to be too intrusive
Big Brother
The nominal leader of Oceania in George Orwell's novel Nineteen Eighty-Four
Brethren
sg., a member of a Brethren congregation or denomination
Brethren
of or pertaining to any religious group that uses or formerly used the word "Brethren", capitalized, in referring to itself or its members
Brethren
pl., any Brethren denomination (usually preceded by "the" or "The")
big brother
A sibling's older brother (used especially by children or by parents in speaking to their children)

If you don't give me back my toys I'll tell my big brother!.

blood brother
Someone bound to another person in commitment and friendship by a ceremonial mingling of blood
blood brother
A brother by birth
brethren
plural form of brother
brethren
the body of members, especially of a fraternal, religious or military order
brothers
persons, particularly males, connected by a common cause or situation

The marvelous new militancy which has engulfed the Negro community must not lead us to a distrust of all white people, for many of our white brothers, as evidenced by their presence here today, have come to realize that their destiny is tied up with our destiny. — Martin Luther King Jr. (1963).

brothers
males of negro descent, or supporters of equal rights
brothers
plural form of brother
co-brother
colleague ("brother" in the same craft, occupation, or society)

My co-brethren of the quill.

co-brother
One's wife's sister's husband
co-brother-in-law
one's brother-in-law or sister-in-law's brother; that is, one's sibling's spouse's brother (one's sister's husband's brother or one's brother's wife's brother)

in plural The relationship between men whose brother and sister are married to each other.

co-brother-in-law
one's wife's sister's husband; or more generally one's spouse's brother-in-law, the brother of one spouse in relation to the siblings of the other spouse

in plural The relationship between men who marry sisters.

cousin brother
A male first cousin

I was just recovering from the death of my close cousin brother, says Patil.

cousin-brother
Alternative spelling of cousin brother
everybody and their brother
A large number of people; most people
everyone and his brother
A large number of people; most people
everyone and their brother
A large number of people; most people
half brother
A male sibling who has a different mother, but the same father. (Also known as paternal half brother)
half brother
A male sibling who has a different father, but the same mother. (Also known as maternal half brother)
half brother-in-law
The husband of one's half-sister
half brother-in-law
The husband of the half-sister of one's spouse
half brother-in-law
The half brother of one's spouse
half-brother
Alternative spelling of half brother
lay brother
A layman who is a member of a brotherhood without the intention to become a priest

The male branch of the Franciscan family, a community of Lesser Brothers, is made up of men who are both clergy and consecrated laity traditionally called lay brothers.'.

little brother
A sibling's younger brother (used especially by children, or by parents in speaking to their children)
uterine brother
A half brother having the same mother but a different father
brethren
pl. members of a brotherhood, gild, profession, association, or the like
brotherly
fraternal
brethren
{n} of brother
brotherly
{a} in a very loving friendly manner
Big Brother
{i} fictional character who was the head of the totalitarian state in the novel "1984" by George Orwell
Big Brother
disapproval People sometimes use Big Brother to refer to a person, government, or organization when they think it has complete control over people and is always checking what they do. It's an attempt to control what reaches the public. Big Brother is watching. any person, organization, or system that seems to want to control people's lives and restrict their freedom (Big Brother powerful ruler who controlled everything in the book Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949) by George Orwell)
Brethren
of or pertaining to any religious group that uses or formerly used the word "Brethren", capitalized, in referring to itself or its members"
Brethren
a member of a Brethren congregation or denomination
Brethren
any Brethren denomination (usually preceded by "the" or "The")"
Christian Brother
A member of the order of Brothers of the Christian Schools that was founded in France in 1684 by Saint Jean Baptiste de la Salle (1651-1719) and is dedicated primarily to education
am I my brother's keeper?
words which symbolize unwillingness to accept responsibility for the welfare of others (said by Cain after killing his brother Abel)
big brother
A common term used for the Government Coined by George Orwell in the book 1984 It refers to a large, encompassing government that essentially watches us all
big brother
Big Brother is a service monitoring tool provided by CATS Distributed Computing Group and NTS: status ucsc edu/bb The status of services on CATS web, mail, unix and other servers can be quickly determined from the display
big brother
Dictator character from George Orwell's famous novel, 1984, which depicts a future world where the citizens' behaviour is continually monitored via technology (see relevant excerpt from spy org)
big brother
an authoritarian leader and invader of privacy
big brother
an older brother
big brother
{i} older brother; man who takes on to help or sponsor a boy in need of help or guiding; person who is an authoritarian leader and constantly watch over others; group or organization that uses tyrannical control and constantly watch over others
big brother
From the character in George Orwell's novel, 1984, symbolising an omnipresent, seemingly benevolent figure, but in reality exerting oppressive control over individual lives by an authoritarian govt Big Brother can be a govt, a person, an employer, or a faceless computer database containing all the private bits & pieces of individuals' lives, with impersonal & uncontrollable power to dictate their fates, directly or indirectly
big brother
an older brother an authoritarian leader and invader of privacy
blood brother
a male sworn (usually by a ceremony involving the mingling of blood) to treat another as his brother
blood brother
brother: a male with the same parents as someone else; "my brother still lives with our parents"
blood brother
A man's blood brother is a man he has sworn to treat as a brother, often in a ceremony which involves mixing a small amount of their blood. a man who promises loyalty to another, often in a ceremony in which the men's blood is mixed together
blood brother
close friend, man who is in a close relationship; brother from birth, biological brother
brethren
pl
brethren
archaic, plural of brother
brethren
{i} brothers, kin, relatives (Archaic)
brethren
(plural) the lay members of a male religious order
brethren
the body of members, especially of a fraternal religious or military order
brethren
You can refer to the members of a particular organization or group, especially a religious group, as brethren. Sri Lankans share a common ancestry with their Indian brethren. used to address or talk about the members of an organization or group, especially a religious group
brotherliness
The characteristic of being brotherly
brotherliness
The state or quality of being brotherly
brotherliness
{i} fraternity, fellowship, comradeship
brotherly
like or characteristic of or befitting a brother; "brotherly feelings"; "close fraternal ties"
brotherly
{s} of brothers, fraternal; like a brother
brotherly
Like a brother; affectionately; kindly
brotherly
like or characteristic of or befitting a brother; "brotherly feelings"; "close fraternal ties" (archaic as adverb) in a brotherly manner
brotherly
Of or pertaining to brothers; such as is natural for brothers; becoming to brothers; kind; affectionate; as, brotherly love
brotherly
A man's brotherly feelings are feelings of love and loyalty which you expect a brother to show. family loyalty and brotherly love He gave her a brief, brotherly kiss. showing feelings of kindness, loyalty etc that you would expect a brother to show sisterly
brotherly
Of or characteristic of brothers (e.g. brotherly love)
brotherly
(archaic as adverb) in a brotherly manner
brothers
male siblings
brothers
Dalton brothers the Brothers Grimm Harper brothers Le Nain brothers Limbourg brothers Limburg brothers Marx Brothers Nicholas Brothers Ringling Brothers Shubert Brothers Stanley brothers
brothers
{i} brethren, kin, relatives (Archaic)
foster brother
brother who was raised in a family but not related by birth
foster-brother
your foster brother is a male who is not a son of your parents but who is raised by your parents
half brother
step-brother, brother through one parent only
half brother
A brother to whom one is biologically related through one parent only
half-brother
Someone's half-brother is a boy or man who has either the same mother or the same father as they have. a brother who is the son of only one of your parents half-sister
half-brother
a son of your stepparent by a former marriage
husband's brother
brother-in-law
little brother
a younger brother; "my little brother just had his 50th birthday
older brother
{i} big brother

You look just like your big brother. - You look just like your older brother.

soul brother
a fellow Black man
soul brother
An African-American man or boy
step-brother
son of the mother or father from a previous marriage; son of a step-father or of a step-mother
the Big Brother
group of people that are in key positions under totalitarian rule, system that is intended for tracing and controlling the acts of the residents of a totalitarian government
the elder brother
oldest of several brothers, older son
twin brother
brother who was born at the same birth
whole brother
brother born from the same parents
brother
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