discuss

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} görüşmek

Seninle bir şey görüşmek istiyorum. - I'd like to discuss something with you.

Durumu görüşmek istiyorsanız, lütfen bize bildirin. - If you want to discuss the situation, please let us know.

tartışmak

İlerde bunu tartışmak için sebep olmadığını anlıyorum. - I see no reason to discuss it further.

Yeni bir öneriyi tartışmak için bir yürütme kurulu oluşturuldu. - An executive council was formed to discuss the new proposal.

{f} -den söz etmek, -i ele almak
{f} tadına varmak
müzakeresi mümkün
konuşmacı
münakaşa etmek
söyleşmek
discussible münakaşa edilebilir
konuşmak

Dün bunu seninle konuşmak istedim ama sen dinlemek istiyor gibi görünmüyordun. - I wanted to discuss this with you yesterday, but you didn't seem to want to listen.

Patronumla kişisel konuları konuşmaktan imtina ederim. - I avoid discussing personal subjects with my boss.

ele almak
tartış

Ben tartışmaya katıldım. - I took part in the discussion.

Bu konu tartışılmaya değer. - That topic is worth discussing.

{f} tadını çıkarmak
discussant bir toplantı veya seminere katılan kimse
söz etmek

Sorunlarımdan söz etmek istemiyorum. - I don't want to discuss my problems.

discussion
tartışma

Ben tartışmaya katıldım. - I participated in the discussion.

Hararetli bir tartışmadan sonra,uzlaşma sağlandı.Sigara içme köşesinde sigara içenlerin sigara içmesine izin verilecek. - After a heated discussion, a compromise was adopted. Smokers will be allowed to smoke in the smoking corner.

discuss a subject
konu işlemek
discuss at length
uzun uzadıya tartışmak
discuss at length
enine boyuna tartışmak
discuss at length
uzunca tartışmak
discuss extensively
uzunca tartışmak
discuss face to face
karşılıklı görüşmek
discuss in court
mahkemede tartışmak
discuss in detail
masaya yatırmak
discuss in detail
ayrıntılı ele almak
discuss in detail
ayrıntıyla ele almak
discuss the agenda
gündemi görüşmek
discuss the problem
sorunu görüşmek
discuss throughly
enine boyuna tartışmak
discuss with
tartışmak

Seninle tartışmak istediğim önemli bir şey var. - There is something important I want to discuss with you.

Seninle tartışmak gereken bir şeyim var. - I have something I need to discuss with you.

discuss with
tartış

Biraz geç olduğunu biliyorum ama şimdi uğramamın bir sakıncası var mı? Seninle tartışmam gereken bir şeyim var. - I know it's kind of late, but would you mind if I came over now? I have something I need to discuss with you.

Tom'un hepimizle tartışacak bir şeyi var. - Tom has something to discuss with all of us.

discuss.
tartışıyorlar
discussion
münazara
discussed
görüşmüş
discussion
{i} görüşme

Tom görüşmeyi yönetecek. - Tom will lead the discussion.

Öneriniz bizim buradaki görüşmemizle alakasız gibi görünüyor. - Your suggestion seems irrelevant to our discussion here.

discussion
{i} müzakere
discussing
görüşme
discussion
irdeleme
discussable
yargılanır
discussed
tartışılan

Tartışılan şey budur. - That's what's being discussed.

discussed
görülmüş
discusses
tartışıyor

Makale sorunu etik açısından tartışıyor. - The paper discusses the problem in terms of ethics.

discussing
görüş(mek)
discussions
tartışmalar

Tartışmalar devam ediyor. - The discussions are ongoing.

Tartışmalar halen devam ediyor. - The discussions are still in progress.

discussing
görüş

Tom ve Mary durumu görüşüyorlar. - Tom and Mary are discussing the situation.

Tom ve Mary sorunlarını John'la görüşüyordu. - Tom and Mary were discussing their problems with John.

discussion
{i} bahis
discussion
münakaşa
discussion
sözlü veya yazılı tartışma
to discuss
söz konusu etmek
Englisch - Englisch
To communicate, tell, or disclose (information, a message, etc.)

Pistol: Discuss unto me; art thou officer? Or art thou base, common and popular?.

To drive away, disperse, shake off

For she was giuen all to fleshly lust, / And poured forth in sensuall delight, / That all regard of shame she had discust, / And meet respect of honour put to flight .

To converse or debate concerning a particular topic

I don't wish to discuss this further. Let's talk about something else.

This requires you to give a 'critical account' of the points involved in the topic
Investigate and examine by careful argument Explore the implications and the advantages or disadvantages Debate the case and possibly consider any alternatives This is probably the most common instruction term It is inviting you to say something interesting in response to the topic in question You can choose your own approach
Present the different aspects of a problem or question and draw a reasoned conclusion
To break to pieces; to shatter
to consider or examine in speech or writing; "The article covered all the different aspects of this question"; "The class discussed Dante's `Inferno'"
exchange views for the purpose of arriving at a conclusion
To break up; to disperse; to scatter; to dissipate; to drive away; said especially of tumors
To discuss a bottle To drink one with a friend Same as "crush " or "crack a bottle " (Discuss is the Latin dis-quatio; French, casser The Latin quassa're vasa is to break a drinking-vessel ) "We all drew round the table, an austere silence prevailing, while we discussed our meal "- E Brontë: Wuthering Heights, chap ii Disease meaning discomfort, want of ease, mal aise, as "In the world ye shall have disease " -Wyclif: John xvi 33 Dished (l syl ) I was dished out of it Cheated out of it; or rather, some one else contrived to obtain it A contraction of disherit The heir is dish't out of his inheritance when his father marries again and leaves his property to the widow and widow's family "Where's Brummel? Dished!" Byron: Don Juan Dish-washer (A) A scullery-maid
To deal with, in eating or drinking
speak with others about (something); talk (something) over in detail; have a discussion; "We discussed our household budget"
To examine in detail or by disputation; to reason upon by presenting favorable and adverse considerations; to debate; to sift; to investigate; to ventilate
The term discuss, which appears often in essay questions, directs you to examine, analyze carefully, and present considerations pro and con regarding the problems or items involved This type of question calls for a complete and entailed answer
- This term means that you should give complete and detailed answer Make sure that you examine, analyse, and present all points of view regarding the topic you are discussing E g discuss the significance of the title of the novel you are studying
If you discuss something, you write or talk about it in detail. I will discuss the role of diet in cancer prevention in Chapter 7
To examine or search thoroughly; to exhaust a remedy against, as against a principal debtor before proceeding against the surety
{f} talk about, debate, converse
to investigate through reasoning or argument; to present in detail for examination or consideration The type of question that asks you to discuss something is typically quite open-ended The key to successfully responding to such a question is to examine the topic from more than one perspective or to present the various sides of an argument
write about the various opinions on the object; give points for and against and draw a conclusion from the points presented
If people discuss something, they talk about it, often in order to reach a decision. I will be discussing the situation with colleagues tomorrow The cabinet met today to discuss how to respond to the ultimatum
put forward both sides of a cse before coming to a conclusion
To shake; to put away; to finish
Identify issues and provide points for and/or against
Discuss requires candidates to give a critical account of the points involved in the topic
discuss at length
talk about for a long time, talk about in depth
discuss over dinner
talk about while eating dinner
discuss things over a bottle
converse while drinking wine or liquor
discussion
Conversation or debate concerning a particular topic

This topic is not open to discussion.

discussion
debate
to discuss
expostulate
discussion
{n} debate, investigation
discussions
Talk between or among members of the class and teacher
discussable
{s} can be debated, can be talked about
discussed
past of discuss
discusser
One who discusses; one who sifts or examines
discusses
Third person singular simple present of to discuss
discussion
The behavior of this routine is actually implementation-dependent It may simply shut down all processes and terminate execution with the error code
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If there is discussion about something, people talk about it, often in order to reach a decision. There was a lot of discussion about the wording of the report If something is under discussion, it is still being talked about and a final decision has not yet been reached. `The proposals are still under discussion,' she said
discussion
an extended communication (often interactive) dealing with some particular topic; "the book contains an excellent discussion of modal logic"; "his treatment of the race question is badly biased"
discussion
3. A discussion document or paper is one that contains information and usually proposals for people to discuss
discussion
Two properties of the languages in question might be involved in the explanation of this phenomenon First, Russian is a highly inflective language while English is analytical Our experiments with Spanish seem to favor this consideration: Spanish, having "inflectivity" intermediate between Russian and English, showed intermediate results as to the coefficients On the other hand, counting lemmas instead of wordforms nearly did not change our results Second, it is well known that lexical richness of Russian is greater than that of English (and Spanish)
discussion
The act of discussing or exchanging reasons; examination by argument; debate; disputation; agitation
discussion
An instructional strategy involving more student than teacher talk aimed at encouraging critical thinking
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An asynchronous communication application Discussion Fora work much like email, except that all participants can see all messages and replies
discussion
an exchange of views on some topic; "we had a good discussion"; "we had a word or two about it
discussion
{i} debate, conversation, talk
discussion
A type of discourse in which each person attempts to win a debate by having his or her view accepted by the group
discussion
In a discussion, one line posts saying "I agree with what s/he said" are not useful Do not post unless you have something to add to the discussion
discussion
A missionary lesson
discussion
"A method of confirming others in their errors " [DD] See also Conversation
discussion
students discuss an issue or problem with which they are familiar The goal of the discussion is to find a solution or reach consensus
discussion
The activity of discussing, analyzing or reviewing a description
discussion
group (n ) An online community in which participants communicate through an exchange of messages that are open to all
discussion
- A process of talking about a topic in a group in a conversational way Any contributions to the conversation are accepted from anyone involved in the discussion and ideas can emerge and evolve in ways which have not been predetermined by the teacher
discussion
n Also known as a thread, a discussion is a more or less continuous chain of messages on a single topic To `follow a thread' is to read a series of forum messages sharing a common subject The better newsreaders can present news in a discussion format automatically
discussion
An exchange of ideas between individuals What differentiates a discussion from a dialogue is that less emphasis is placed on active listening and on trying to get to a higher level of understanding among the participants Discussions tend to be more competitive and often resemble debates in the sense that they may yield "winners" and "losers "
discussion
The act or process of discussing by breaking up, or dispersing, as a tumor, or the like
discussion
Groups These groups are automated, e-mail based messaging programs that allow individuals to send messages to all subscribers on the topics related to a particular group (there are thousands of them)
discussion
Comments that users attach to Web pages and documents Known in administrative tasks as "Web document discussion" to differentiate from discussion boards
discussion
A Bunch of comments posted about an Issue Just Like all those other bulletin board systems out there, but in referendum every discussion is centered around an issue, and can therefore collect and analyze feedback from Members in the form of Votes
discussion
Text giving further detail on a subject
discussion
A discussion of a subject is a piece of writing or a lecture in which someone talks about it in detail. For a discussion of biology and sexual politics, see chapter
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During this time, we will discuss the insights and questions that have emerged during our reading, “Think Fast” exercise, presentation, and cooperative learning
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an exchange of views on some topic; "we had a good discussion"; "we had a word or two about it"
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Means and exchange of information or other manner of negotiation used in the source selection process
discussions
plural of discussion
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A feature for adding threaded remarks about a document
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The portal_discussion tool holds the policy regarding how the discussions work in a Plone system
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