clue

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} ipucu

Tom'un bir ipucu yok. - Tom doesn't have a clue.

Mary'nin ona ne söylemesi gerektiği hakkında bir ipucu yoktur. - Mary doesn't have a clue about what she should say to him.

{f} aydınlatmak
{i} iz
{i} işaret
yumak/ipuç
{i} hamak ipi
{i} yumak
clue sar
{i} şipka
{f} bilgi vermek
{i} anahtar
{i} topak
clue in
ipucu vermek
clew clue
yumak
clueless
Bilgisiz, birşeyden anlamayan, bîhaber
have a clue
bir fikri olmak

do you have clue about this? - bu konuda bir fikrin/bilgin var mı?.

have a clue
bilgisi olmak

do you have a clue about this? - bu konuda bir fikrin/bilgin var mı?.

not have a clue
hiçbir fikri olmamak
not have a clue
anlayamamak
clues
ipuçları

Lütfen ipuçları için günlüğü tarayın. - Please scan the diary for clues.

Dedektif bazı ipuçlarını bulmak için bir büyüteç kullanır. - The detective used a magnifier to find some clues.

get a clue
(deyim) Bir şeyi kavramak

If you want to keep your job, then get a clue and start arriving on time.

obvious clue
açık ipucu
without a clue
bir ipucu olmadan
clueless
ipucusuz

Kendimi tamamen ipucusuz hissettim. - I felt totally clueless.

clueless
salak/ümitsiz
find a clue
ipucu yakalamak
find a clue
ipucu bulmak
have a clue
(deyim) not have (got) a clue (about sth.) hiçbir fikri olmamak,hiçbirşey bilmemek veya anlamamak
not to have a clue
hiçbir fikri olmamak
roll into a ball
dertop olmak
roll into a ball
top yapmak
Englisch - Englisch
To provide with a clue (often used with "in" or "up")
An object or a kind of indication which may be used as evidence
Information which may lead one to a certain point or conclusion
To provide someone with information which he or she lacks

Smith, clue Jones in on what's been happening.

roll into a ball
A ball of thread; a thread or other means of guidance
A loop and thimbles at the corner of a sail
If you haven't a clue about something, you do not know anything about it or you have no idea what to do about it. I haven't a clue what I'll give Carl for his birthday next year. the US name for the game Cluedo. clue in to give someone information about something clue somebody⇔in on/about
Provide with a clue. usually with "in" or "up"
A question or hint that the solver uses to work out the Answer It usually consists of the number of the Light, followed by the text of the clue, then the Enumeration Clues commonly consist of just a Definition or are Cryptic
a slight indication
something that serves to guide or direct in the solution of a problem or mystery
A lower corner of a square sail, or the after corner of a fore-and- aft sail
Same as Clew
evidence that helps to solve a problem roll into a ball
A ball of thread, yarn, or cord; also, The thread itself
A clue to a problem or mystery is something that helps you to find the answer to it. Geneticists in Canada have discovered a clue to the puzzle of why our cells get old and die
A combination of lines or nettles by which a hammock is suspended
A clue in a crossword or game is information which is given to help you to find the answer to a question
A clue is an object or piece of information that helps someone solve a crime. The vital clue to the killer's identity was his nickname, Peanuts
evidence that helps to solve a problem
A hint to suggest what the word starting in a particular numbered grid might be
{f} hint, provide a clue
Any information that may lead one to a certain point or conclusion
That which guides or directs one in anything of a doubtful or intricate nature; that which gives a hint in the solution of a mystery
{i} something which helps to solve a problem (piece of information, object, etc.)
Provide someone with important information they lack
An object or any kind of marking that may be used as evidence
clue in
To inform, instruct, or tell

It looks like somebody finally clued them in that the intercom was broken the whole time.

clue stick
A metaphorical stick used to beat information or understanding into a slow learner

I think the author needs a good whack with the clue stick.

clue-by-four
An object used when roughly imparting clue to the clueless

Sometimes the magic clue-by-four is so obvious that even your oblivious rock-headed uncle picks up on it.

clue in
provide someone with a clue; "Can you clue me in?
clue me in
(Slang) tell me, inform me
had a clue
Simple past tense and past participle of have a clue
has a clue
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of have a clue
have a clue
To be knowledgeable about a topic or situation
A clue
hint
Clueless
{i} name of a film that is a modern adaptation of the novel "Emma" by Jane Austen (set in Beverly Hills, California)
clued
past of clue
clueless
lacking knowledge or understanding; uninformed
clueless
{s} lacking the key to solving a problem, without a hint; being totally unaware, being naive, being innocent and unsuspecting
clueless
totally uninformed about what is going on; not having even a clue from which to infer what is occurring
clueless
disapproval If you describe someone as clueless, you are showing your disapproval of the fact that they do not know anything about a particular subject or that they are incapable of doing a particular thing properly. I came into adult life clueless about a lot of things that most people take for granted. having no understanding or knowledge of something - used to show disapproval clueless about
clues
plural of clue
gave him a clue
provided him with a hint, gave him a lead, gave him an indication
had no clue
had no idea, did not have an inkling, did not have a hint
have no clue
have no idea, have no lead, have no indication, have no inkling
clue
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