outgo

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Ticaret) sarfiyat
üstün gelmek
masraf
{f} üstün gel
üstün gel(mek)
sarfedilen para
{f} aşmak
gider
{i} harcama
{f} yenmek
{f} geçmek
geç
outgoing
giden
outgoing
sempatik

Tom oldukça sempatik. - Tom is quite outgoing.

Tom çok sempatik bir kişidir. - Tom is a very outgoing person.

outgoing
dışarı giden
outgoing
cana yakın

Tom cana yakın, değil mi? - Tom is outgoing, isn't he?

Tom cana yakın bir kişi. - Tom is an outgoing person.

outgoing
akıp giden
outgoing
sempatik dost tavırlı
outgoings
{i} masraflar
outgoings
{i} giderler
outgoing
(Hukuk) süregelen
outgoing
(Turizm) yurtdışına yolcu gönderimi
outgoing
üstün gelerek
outgoing
üstün gelme
outgoings
{i} harcamalar
outgoing
{f} üstün gel
outgoing
canayakın
outgoing
ayrılan
outgoings
masraf
outwent
üstün gel
outgoes
giderler
outgoing
çıkan
outgoing
açık yürekli

Hiç açık yürekli olmadım. - I've never been outgoing.

Tom ve Mary çok arkadaş canlısı ve açık yüreklidirler. - Tom and Mary are very friendly and outgoing.

outgoing
kalkan
outgoing
{i} gidiş, çıkış
outgoing
giden,n.sempatik: v.üstün gel: prep.üstün gelerek
outgoing
geç
outgoing
içi dışı bir

Tom çok samimi ve içi dışı bir. - Tom is very friendly and outgoing.

Tom çok içi dışı bir. - Tom is very outgoing.

outgoing
gidiş
outgoing
{s} girgin
outgoings
{i} gider
outgoings
gider (mali)
Englisch - Englisch
The act or process of going out
To go further; to exceed or surpass; go beyond

Valour hath his limits, as other vertues have: which if a man out-go, hee shall find himselfe in the traine of vice.

To go out, to set forth
Something which goes out, an outflow
an expenditure, cost or outlay
{v} to surpass, excel, overreach, cheat
To go beyond; to exceed in swiftness; to surpass; to outdo
To go further; to exceed or surpass
be or do something to a greater degree; "her performance surpasses that of any other student I know"; "She outdoes all other athletes"; "This exceeds all my expectations"; "This car outperforms all others in its class"
{f} outdo something, do something to a greater degree; outdo someone
{i} outward flow, process of going out; that which goes out (especially money for expenditures)
money paid out
That which goes out, or is paid out; outlay; expenditure; the opposite of income
To circumvent; to overreach
An expenditure or outlay
outgoing
Money that leaves one's possession; expenditure, outlay, expense
outgoing
Comfortable in social settings and interactions, confident in dealing with people especially in meeting new people

Tom is very outgoing and enjoys meeting people; his brother, on the other hand, is painfully shy.

outgoing
The act of leaving or going out; exit, departure
outgoing
going out or away or of the past; "an outgoing steamship"; "the outgoing president"
outgoes
third-person singular of outgo
outgoing
This feature provides a user who is originating a call with information about the called party and the facility or destination
outgoing
at ease in talking to others
outgoing
The extreme limit; the place of ending
outgoing
Outgoing things such as planes, mail, and passengers are leaving or being sent somewhere. All outgoing flights were grounded. incoming
outgoing
somewhat extroverted
outgoing
Monies you have to pay to someone else for things linked to your income You may be able to deduct them from your income for tax purposes
outgoing
You use outgoing to describe a person in charge of something who is soon going to leave that position. the outgoing director of the Edinburgh International Festival
outgoing
Going out, on its way out
outgoing
Being comfortable in social settings and interactions, confident in dealing with people especially in meeting new people
outgoing
Going out; departing; as, the outgoing administration; an outgoing steamer
outgoing
Someone who is outgoing is very friendly and likes meeting and talking to people. = extrovert
outgoing
The act or the state of going out
outgoing
{s} departing; sociable; sailing away
outgoing
Being replaced in office (while still in office but after election has determined will be replaced)
outgoing
going out or away or of the past; "an outgoing steamship"; "the outgoing president
outgoing
That which goes out; outgo; outlay
outgoings
This includes existing liabilities and, or your debts, other than an existing mortgage such as hire purchase, personal loans, school fees etc
outgoings
Your outgoings are the regular amounts of money which you have to spend every week or every month, for example in order to pay your rent or bills. She suggests you first assess your income and outgoings. monthly outgoings. the money that you have to spend regularly, for example on rent or food
outgoings
Costs incurred by the owner of an interest in property, usually calculated on a yearly basis, eg management, repairs, rates, insurance and rent payable to the holder of a superior interest, as appropriate to his contractual or other liabilities It is prudent to make annual provision for future items involving expenditure at intervals of more than one year
outgoings
Costs incurred by the owner of an interest in property , usually calculated in a yearly basis , e g management , repairs, rates, insurance and rate payable to the holder of a superior interest , as appropriate to his contractual or other liabilities It is prudent to make annual provision for future items involving expenditure at intervals of more than one year
outgoings
{i} money spent, expenditures (British)
outgone
past of outgo
outwent
present participle of outgo
outwent
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outgo

    Silbentrennung

    out·go

    Türkische aussprache

    autgō

    Aussprache

    /ˈoutˌgō/ /ˈaʊtˌɡoʊ/

    Etymologie

    [ "aut-'gO ] (transitive verb.) 1530. Old English ūtgān. Compare Dutch uitgaan, German ausgehen; see also Latin exīre.

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