on account of

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Englisch - Türkisch
-den dolayı
bakımından
den dolayı
sebebiyle yüzünden
sebebiyle, yüzünden
ötürü
için

O, hasta olduğu için okula gidemiyor. - She cannot attend school on account of illness.

Tom çok soğuk olduğu için sabah yüzmesinden vazgeçmek zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to forgo his morning swim, on account of it being too cold.

cihetiyle
yüzünden

O, hastalık yüzünden gelemedi. - She could not come on account of illness.

O, hastalığı yüzünden okula gidemiyor. - She cannot attend school on account of illness.

dolayı

O, soğuk algınlığından dolayı maratona katılmaktan vazgeçti. - He gave up taking part in the marathon on account of his cold.

Depremden dolayı birkaç uçuş ertelendi. - A couple of flights were delayed on account of the earthquake.

uğruna
dolayısıyla

Yağmur dolayısıyla maç iptal edilebilir. - The football game might be called off on account of rain.

Deprem dolayısıyla bazı uçuşlar ertelendi. - A couple of flights were delayed on account of the earthquake.

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on of
Üzerine
on account
kredi ile
on account
krediyle, veresiye
on account
(Dilbilim) veresiye olarak
Englisch - Englisch
For the sake of
[[#Preposition|On account of]] the fact that: because, since

I had a pretty good notion of the weather conditions generally, on account of I was out in them.

Because of, due to, owing to

and His Imperial Majesty further agrees to pay to the British Government the sum of Three Millions of dollars, on account of debts due to British subjects by some of the said Hong merchants (or Cohong), who have become insolvent, and who owe very large sums of money to subjects of Her Britannic Majesty.

Because of, owing to, due to, as a consequence of, thanks to, by/in virtue of, in view of
for, because of, due to
on account
advance, money given on credit
on account of

    Silbentrennung

    on ac·count of

    Türkische aussprache

    ôn ıkaunt ıv

    Aussprache

    /ˈôn əˈkount əv/ /ˈɔːn əˈkaʊnt əv/

    Etymologie

    [ 'on, 'än ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English an, on, preposition and adverb, from Old English; akin to Old High German ana on, Greek ana up, on.

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