exaggerating

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} abartma

Tom'un abartmadığını anlayabiliyorum. - I can see Tom wasn't exaggerating.

Her şeyi abartma alışkanlığın var. - You have a habit of exaggerating everything.

{f} abart

Tom'un abartmadığını anlayabiliyorum. - I can see Tom wasn't exaggerating.

Tom'un abarttığını sanıyordum. - I thought Tom was exaggerating.

abartarak
exaggerate
abartmak

Onun şeyleri abartmak için bir eğilimi var gibi görünüyor. - She seems to have a tendency to exaggerate things.

Erken kalkma alışkanlığının önemini abartmak imkansızdır. - It is impossible to exaggerate the importance of the habit of early rising.

exaggerate
{f} abartılı konuşmak
exaggerate
{f} ileri gitmek
exaggerate
(Tıp) Büyültmek, bir şeyi olduğundan büyük veya fazla göstermek, abartmak, mübalağa etmek
exaggerate
abart

Gerçekleri abartmayalım. - Let's not exaggerate the facts.

Tom oldukça sık abartır. - Tom quite often exaggerates.

exaggerate
{f} aşırıya kaçmak
exaggerate
abartma

Onu harfi harfine almayın. O abartma eğilimindedir. - Don't take it literally. He is inclined to exaggerate.

Erken kalkma alışkanlığının önemini abartmak imkansızdır. - It is impossible to exaggerate the importance of the habit of early rising.

exaggerate
(Argo) bokunu çıkarmak
exaggerate
(Tıp) egzajere
exaggerate
aşırılık
exaggerate
büyütme
exaggerate
ballandırmak
exaggerate
gözünde büyütmek
exaggerate
mübalağa
exaggerate
{f} şişirmek
exaggerate
artırmak
exaggerate
{f} büyütmek
exaggerate
{f} abartmak, mübalağa etmek
habit of exaggerating
abartmacılık
Englisch - Englisch
present participle of exaggerate
That exaggerates; enlarging beyond bounds
exaggerate
To overstate, to describe more than is fact

I've told you a billion times not to exaggerate!.

exaggerate
to overstate
exaggerate
do something to an excessive degree; "He overdid it last night when he did 100 push-ups"
exaggerate
{f} overstate, make something seem greater or more important than it really is; make larger than normal
exaggerate
If something exaggerates a situation, quality, or feature, it makes the situation, quality, or feature appear greater, more obvious, or more important than it really is. These figures exaggerate the loss of competitiveness. to make something seem better, larger, worse etc than it really is (past participle of exaggerare , from agger )
exaggerate
to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth; "tended to romanticize and exaggerate this `gracious Old South' imagery"
exaggerate
To heap up; to accumulate
exaggerate
To amplify; to magnify; to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth ; to delineate extravagantly ; to overstate the truth concerning
exaggerate
If you exaggerate, you indicate that something is, for example, worse or more important than it really is. He thinks I'm exaggerating Sheila admitted that she did sometimes exaggerate the demands of her job. + exaggeration exaggerations ex·ag·gera·tion Like many stories about him, it smacks of exaggeration It would be an exaggeration to call the danger urgent
exaggerate
{v} to heap up, aggravate, enlarge
exaggerate
run into the ground
exaggerate
pull the long bow
exaggerate
pile it on
exaggerating

    Silbentrennung

    ex·ag·ger·at·ing

    Türkische aussprache

    îgzäcıreytîng

    Aussprache

    /əgˈzaʤərˌātəɴɢ/ /ɪɡˈzæʤɜrˌeɪtɪŋ/

    Etymologie

    [ ig-'za-j&-"rAt ] (verb.) circa 1587. Latin exaggeratus, past participle of exaggerare, literally, to heap up, from ex- + agger heap, from aggerere to carry toward, from ad- + gerere to carry.

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