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Englisch - Türkisch
dışına çıkmak
dışına çık
dışına cık
go out
çıkmak

Bir yerde içki içmek için dışarı çıkmak ister misiniz? - Would you like to go out to have a drink somewhere?

Dün dışarı çıkmak zorunda kaldım. - I was obliged to go out yesterday.

go out
dışarıya çıkmak

Dışarıya çıkmak ve yiyecek bir şey almak ister misin? - Do you want to go out and get something to eat?

Hava karardıktan sonra tek başına dışarıya çıkmak iyi bir fikir değil. - It's not a good idea to go out after dark by yourself.

go out
flört etmek

Benimle flört etmek ister misin? - Would you like to go out with me?

go out
dışarı çıkmak

Dışarı çıkmaktansa evde kalmayı tercih ederim. - I would rather stay at home than go out.

Dün dışarı çıkmak zorunda kaldım. - I was obliged to go out yesterday.

go out
eğlenmeye gitmek
go out
(ışık) sönmek
go out
çekilmek
go out
kesilmek
go out
kalkmak
go out
(ateş) sönmek
go out
yollanmak (mektup koli vb)
go out
dışarı gitmek

Tom muhtemelen dışarı gitmek ve oynamak istedi. - Tom probably wanted to go out and play.

Tom'un köpeği dışarı gitmek istedi. - Tom's dog wanted to go outside.

go out
sokağa çıkmak
go out
demode olmak
go out
gönderilmek
go out
evden ayrılmak
go out
çık

Bu öğleden sonra dışarıya çıkacağım. - I'm going to go out this afternoon.

Dışarıya çıkamam çünkü çok ödevim var. - I can't go out because I have a lot of homework.

go out
sönmek
go out
modası geçmek
go out
(with) ile flört etmek, ile gezmek, ile çıkmak: Tarık's started to go out with
go out
istifa etmek
go out
grev yapmak
go out
eğlenmek için dışarı çıkıp insanlarla buluşmak, çıkmak
go out
geçmek
go out
(deyim) modasi gecmek
go out
(deyim) gondermek,dagitmak,ilan etmek. 3.goc etmek
go out
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- dışarı çıkmak 2- sönmek
Englisch - Englisch
If a quality or feeling goes out of someone or something, they no longer have it. The fun had gone out of it
go out
to be turned off or extinguished

The lights went out.

go out
To become out of fashion

He thought Nehru jackets went out only in the late seventies.

go out
To leave, especially a building
go out
of a couple, to have a romantic relationship

They've been going out since for 3 years now, but still live apart.

go out
To leave one's abode to go to public places

After going to Joan's for dinner, they went out.

go out
to become extinct, to expire

And cold the poor man lies at night, / And so goes out the year.

go out
If you go out, you leave your home in order to do something enjoyable, for example to go to a party, a bar, or the cinema. I'm going out tonight. stay in
go out
become extinguished; "The lights suddenly went out and we were in the dark"
go out
date regularly; have a steady relationship with; "Did you know that she is seeing an older man?"; "He is dating his former wife again!"
go out
To become extinguished.To go outdoors; leave one's residence - "He went out at seven."To take part in social life outside the home - "goes out a lot."To become unfashionable - "High boots went out last year."To undergo structural collapse - "The bridge went out."
go out
If you go out to do something, you make a deliberate effort to do it. You do not go out to injure opponents It will be a marvellous occasion and they should go out and enjoy it
go out
take the field; "The soldiers went out on missions"
go out
move out of or depart from; "leave the room"; "the fugitive has left the country"
go out
If a light goes out, it stops shining. The bedroom light went out after a moment
go out
leave the house to go somewhere; "We never went out when our children were small"
go out
8. When the tide goes out, the water in the sea gradually moves back to a lower level. The tide was going out. come in
go out
If you go out with someone, the two of you spend time together socially, and have a romantic or sexual relationship. I once went out with a French man They've only been going out for six weeks
go out
If a message goes out, it is announced, published, or sent out to people. Word went out that a column of tanks was on its way
go out
feelings You can say `My heart goes out to him' or `My sympathy goes out to her' to express the strong sympathy you have for someone in a difficult or unpleasant situation. My heart goes out to Mrs Adams and her fatherless children
go out
If something that is burning goes out, it stops burning. The fire seemed to be going out
go out
exit; be turned off (light); (his back) was thrown out; strike
go out
go out of fashion; become unfashionable
go out
When a television or radio programme goes out, it is broadcast. The series goes out at 10.30pm, Fridays, on Channel
go out of

    Türkische aussprache

    gō aut ıv

    Aussprache

    /ˈgō ˈout əv/ /ˈɡoʊ ˈaʊt əv/

    Etymologie

    [ 'gO ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English gon, from Old English gAn; akin to Old High German gAn to go, Greek kichanein to reach, attain.

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