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Englisch - Türkisch

İngilizcede dilin sekiz ana bölümü vardır:isim,fiil,sıfat,zarf,zamir,edat,bağlaç ve son olarak ünlem. - In English there are eight main parts of speech: noun, verb, adjective, adverb, pronoun, preposition, conjunction and finally interjection.

İsimler, zamirler, fiiller, sıfatlar, zarflar, makaleler, edatlar, bağlaçlar, ve ünlemler İngilizcede konuşma parçalarıdır. - Nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, articles, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections are the parts of speech in English.

interjec- tional ara söz kabilinden
ünlem şeklinde
{i} lâf arasında söyleme
{i} arada söyleme
ünlem/arada söyleme
arada söz söylemek
aniden söylemek
içine at
{f} lâf arasında söylemek
{f} arada (söz) söylemek
{f} arada söylemek
içine atmak
arasına katmak arada söyle
Englisch - Englisch
An exclamation or filled pause; a word or phrase with no particular grammatical relation to a sentence, often an expression of emotion
An interruption; something interjected
Interjection is often abbreviated to INTERJ INTERJ is a lexical grammatical category It usually appears as a single word utterance, indicating some strong emotion or reaction to something Examples include: "Oh!", "Ouch!", "No!", "Hurray!" and a range of blasphemies and obscenities, starting with "Damn!"
Compare Exclamation
A word or form of speech thrown in to express emotion or feeling, as O! Alas! Ha ha! Begone! etc
An exclamation or filled pause; a word or phrase with no particular grammatical relation to a sentence, often an expression of emotion. An interruption; something interjected, as ah, hey, wow, yippee, yikes, etc
an abrupt emphatic exclamation expressing emotion
An interjection is something you say which interrupts someone else who is speaking. the moronic and insensitive interjections of the disc jockey
the action of interjecting or interposing an action or remark that interrupts
Drat! What is an interjection? Oh yeah, it's an ejaculatory utterance usually lacking grammatical connection
{i} interjecting of a word or phrase in a conversation; word or phrase inserted in a conversation; exclamation expressing emotion or feeling (Grammar)
The act of interjecting or throwing between; also, that which is interjected
In grammar, an interjection is a word or expression which you use to express a strong feeling such as surprise, pain, or horror
the overuse of "filler" words such as "uh," "um," "well," and "so" by those experiencing dysfluency
interjection balls 1
used to show strong disapproval or disappointment
interjection bang 4
used to make a sound like a gun or bomb
interjection blast 3
blast her/it etc used when you are very annoyed about something
interjection bother 3
used when you are slightly annoyed
interjection bye 1
goodbye (goodbye)
interjection darn 1
used to show that you are annoyed or disappointed = damn
interjection dear 1
Oh dear used to show that you are surprised, upset, or annoyed because something bad has happened
interjection done 3
used to agree to and accept the conditions of a deal
interjection gee 1
used to show that you are surprised or annoyed wow (Jesus)
interjection golly 1
used to express surprise = gosh (god)
interjection hip 3
hip, hip, hooray! used as a shout of approval
interjection man 3
used to emphasize what you are saying, especially when you are angry, surprised, disappointed etc
interjection mush 3
used to tell a team of dogs that pull a sledge over snow to start moving
interjection presto 3
said when something happens suddenly in a way that seems unbelievable or magical British Equivalent: hey presto
interjection result 3
Result! said when you have just done something successfully
interjection roger 1
used in radio conversations to say that a message has been understood (Roger, male name used as a code word for the letter r (here standing for received))
interjection say 3
used to express surprise, or to get someone's attention so that you can tell them something
interjection shit 1
used to express anger, annoyance, fear, or disappointment = damn
interjection shoo 1
used to tell an animal or a child to go away (Natural sound)
interjection shoot 3
used to show that you are annoyed or disappointed about something
interjection tut 1
tut-'tut the sound that you make by touching the top of your mouth with your tongue in order to show disapproval
interjection welcome 4
used to greet someone who has just arrived welcome to
interjection whoopee 1
a shout of happiness (whoop)
interjection woof 1
a word used for describing the sound a dog makes bark (From the sound)
interjection wow 1
used when you think something is very impressive or surprising (Natural sound)
interjection yahoo 1
shouted when you are very happy or excited about something (From the sound of a happy shout)
To interpose oneself; to intervene
To insert something between other things

ái chài intj: Well, well!.

{n} a part of speech, an intervention
to insert between other elements; "She interjected clever remarks
To throw one's self between or among; to come between; to interpose
{f} place between other things, throw into the center of, interpolate; insert a remark or comment in the middle of a conversation
to insert between other elements; "She interjected clever remarks"
To throw in between; to insert; to interpose
If you interject something, you say it and interrupt someone else who is speaking. `Surely there's something we can do?' interjected Palin He listened thoughtfully, interjecting only the odd word. to interrupt what someone else is saying with a sudden remark (past participle of intericere, from jacere )
to insert something between other things; to interpose
plural of interjection



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˌəntərˈʤeksʜən/ /ˌɪntɜrˈʤɛkʃən/


    () From Medieval French interjection (13c.), from Latin interiectiōnem, accusative singular of interiectiō (“throwing or placing between; interjection”), from interiaciō (“throw or place between”), from inter (“between”) + iaciō (“throw”).