on top of it

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Englisch - Türkisch
üstüne üstlük
bir de
üstelik
on the top of it
üstüne üstlük
on top of
-e ek olarak, -in yanı sıra, ile beraber: He's doing this on top of his regular job. Bunu asıl işinden ayrı olarak yapıyor. He asked for a
on top of
ayrıca
on top of
üstünde

Tepenin üstünde bir mahzen kazıldı ve onlar evi yavaşça yoldan tepeye taşıdılar. - A cellar was dug on top of the hill and they slowly moved the house from the road to the hill.

Parmaklığın üstünde iki çocuk oturuyor. - Two children are sitting on top of the fence.

on top of
-e ek olarak
on top of
ile beraber
on top of
tepesinde

Aziz Benedict ilk manastırı Monte Cassino'nun tepesinde kurdu. - St. Benedict established his first monastery on top of Monte Cassino.

Dağın tepesindeki hava çok inceydi. - The air on top of the mountain was very thin.

on top of
-in yanı sıra
on top of
üstüne

Kayakları arabanın üstüne koydu. - He put the skis on top of the car.

Bu kitabı diğerlerinin üstüne koy. - Put this book on top of the others.

on top of
-e ilaveten
on top of that
üstelik
on top of
in tepesinde
on top of
üstelik
on top of
-e ek olarak, -in yani sıra, ile beraber: "He's doing this on top of his regular job. - Bunu asıl işinden ayrı olarak yapıyor.", "She asked for a promotion, and on top of that she wanted a raise. - Terfiini istedi; bir de üstüne üstlük bir maaş artışı talep etti."
on the top of it
üstelik
on the top of it
bir de
on top of
-in tepesinde
Englisch - Englisch

Definition von on top of it im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

on top of
Fully informed about, and in control of something; up to speed with

I have sorted out the problems and am now on top of the situation.

on top of
In addition to something else

. . and on top of all that, I got a puncture!.

on top of
Atop
On top of that
thereatop
on top of
over all of, over the surface of; in addition to
on top of it

    Türkische aussprache

    ôn tôp ıv ît

    Aussprache

    /ˈôn ˈtôp əv ət/ /ˈɔːn ˈtɔːp əv ɪt/

    Etymologie

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

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