go through with

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Englisch - Türkisch
(planlanmış bir şeyi) gerçekten yapmak, gerçekleştirmek. go to all lengths/go to her çareyi kullanmak, her çareye başvurmak
gerçekleştirmek
tamamlamak
tamamen bitir
sonuca bağlamak
(planlanmış bir şeyi) gerçekten yapmak, gerçekleştirmek
yürütmek
go with
birlikte gitmek

Ben sizinle birlikte gitmek için hazırım. - I am ready to go with you.

Onlarla birlikte gitmek istiyorsan acele etmelisin. - You have to hurry if you want to go with them.

go with
ile flört etmek
go with
birbirini tamamlamak
go with
düşüp kalkmak
go with
-e uygun olmak
go with
-e yakışmak
go with
-e uymak
go with
gitmek

Tom Mary'nin kesinlikle bizimle birlikte gitmek istediğini söylüyor, bu yüzden beklemeliyiz. - Tom says that Mary definitely wanted to go with us, so we should wait.

Biz o olmadan gitmek zorunda kalabiliriz. - We may have to go without her.

go with
eşlik etmek
go with
uygun olmak
go with
yaraşmak
go with
uymak
go with
flört etmek
go with
katılmak
go with
çıkmak
go with
yolundan gitmek
Englisch - Englisch
To proceed; to continue

If you decide to go through with the surgery, remember to leave time to recover.

If you go through with an action you have decided on, you do it, even though it may be very unpleasant or difficult for you. Richard pleaded for Belinda to reconsider and not to go through with the divorce
complete; carry out or perform an undertaking
go with
To date, to be involved romantically with (someone)
go with
To correspond or fit well with

Does this red skirt go with this pink blouse?.

go with
To choose or accept (a suggestion)

Although I liked your suggestion, I'll go with my original idea.

go with
To date (someone) regularly.To select or choose - "decided to go with the pink wallpaper."
go with
take the side of; be on the side of; "Whose side are you on?"; "Why are you taking sides with the accused?"
go with
match, harmonize with; spend time with, date
go with
If one thing goes with another thing, the two things officially belong together, so that if you get one, you also get the other. the lucrative $250,000 salary that goes with the job. = accompany
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be associated with; "French fries come with the hamburger"
go with
go or occur together; "The word 'hot' tends to cooccur with 'cold'"
go with
If one thing goes with another thing, it is usually found or experienced together with the other thing. For many women, the status which goes with being a wife is important
go through with
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