past

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} geçmiş

Geçmişsiz gelecek yoktur. - There is no future without the past.

Geçmiş sadece bilinir, değişmez. Gelecek ise sadece değişir, bilinmez. - The past can only be known, not changed. The future can only be changed, not known.

{i} mazi
{i} bir kimsenin geçmişi
eski zaman
{i} dilb. geçmiş zaman kipi. z. geçerek. edat
{s} geçen

Tom Mary'ye geçen altı ay içinde 34,000 dolardan daha fazla verdiğini hesapladı. - Tom calculated that he had given Mary over 34,000 dollars in the past six months.

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{i} geçmiş zaman

Kitaplarda bütün geçmiş zamanın ruhu yatıyor. - In books lies the soul of the whole past time.

-sız
bitmiş
sona ermiş
geçe

Tren geçerken Tom sürücünün bir anlık bakışını yakaladı. - Tom caught a glimpse of the driver as the train raced past.

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geçmişte kalan
sabık
dilb.geçmiş
-siz
-den sonra
uzağında
ötesinde

Postane tam bankanın ötesinde. - The post office is just past the bank.

eski

İnsanlar günümüzde popüler kültüre eskisinden daha çok önem vermekte. - People attach more importance to popular culture today than in the past.

Büyükannem eskiden dikiş makinesini çok kullanırdı. - My grandmother used to use her sewing machine a lot in the past.

(zarf) geçecek şekilde
{e} geçkin
past master mason locasının eski reisi
{s} önceki

Bence ben önceki hayatımda bir prensestim. - I think that I was a princess in a past life.

{e} öte

Postane tam bankanın ötesinde. - The post office is just past the bank.

geçecek şekilde

Tom her zamanki yatma saatini geçecek şekilde yatmadı. - Tom stayed up past his usual bedtime.

fiilin geçmiş zaman kipi
usta adam
mesleğ
daha ötede veya öteye
{e} yanından geçerek

Neredeyse her gün Tom'un evinin yanından geçerek yürürdüm. - I used to walk past Tom's house almost every day.

{s} geçmiş, geçen, olmuş, sabık
{i} -den daha
dün

Dün gece kızım saat bir buçuğa kadar eve gelmedi. - Last night my daughter didn't come home until half past one.

Geçmişte dünyanın düz olduğu düşünülüyordu. - In the past it was thought the world was flat.

mazie
past all reason
mantıksız
past all reason
aşırı
past caring
umursamaz
past caring
boşvermiş
past continuous tense
sürekli geçmiş zaman
past definite
belirli geçmiş zaman
past due
zamanı geçmiş
past indefinite
belirsiz geçmiş zaman
past master
erbab
past master
usta
past participle
geçmiş zaman ortacı
past perfect
belirli geçmiş zaman
past perfect continuous tense
sürekli geçmişte bitmiş zaman
past perfect tense
-miş'li geçmiş zaman
past progressive tense
sürekli geçmiş zaman
past tense
belirli geçmiş zaman
past times
geçmiş zaman
past and past participle of wall
geçmiş ve duvar participle geçmiş
past life
Geçmiş yaşam
past of acidify
ekşitmek geçmiş
past of aspire
geçmiş talip
past of badged
badged geçmiş
past of beatify
azizlik mertebesine geçmiş
past of bobar
bobar geçmiş
past of boomerang
boomerang geçmiş
past of boost
artırmak geçmiş
past of border
sınır geçmiş
past of brick
tuğla geçmiş
past of comply
uygun olarak geçmiş
past of conceive
Gebe geçmiş
past of convect
convect geçmiş
past of corrugate
dalgalandırmak geçmişteki
past of debar
yasaklama geçmiş
past of decry
kınamak geçmiş
past of defraud
dolandırmak geçmiş
past of deliquesce
erimek geçmiş
past of democratise
demokratikleştirmek geçmiş
past of denature
denatüre geçmiş
past of denounce
geçmiş ihbar
past of depend
bağlı geçmiş
past of deploy
dağıtmak geçmiş
past of desecrate
hakaret geçmiş
past of deserve
geçmiş hak
past of dim
dim geçmiş
past of disinfect
dezenfekte geçmiş
past of disseminate
yaymak geçmiş
past of encrimson
encrimson geçmiş
past of exhume
deşmek geçmiş
past of flurry
telaş geçmiş
past of foreordain
alnına yazmak geçmiş
past of gack
gack geçmiş
past of guest
Misafirin geçmiş
past of implant
implantın geçmişte
past of interact
etkileşime geçmiş
past of loathe
tiksinmek geçmiş
past of nevermind
nevermind geçmiş
past of odorize
odorize geçmiş
past of piss
piss geçmiş
past of stint
ölçü geçmiş
past of stow
istif geçmiş
past of stub
taslaktır geçmiş
past of suggest
geçmiş önermek
past of telephone
telefon geçmiş
past of time
zaman geçmiş
past of trick
hüner geçmiş
past of vagabond
serseri geçmiş
past of ween
ween geçmiş
past of yoke
boyunduruğa geçmiş
past participle of disconnect
kesmek of past participle
past participle of vow
yemin of past participle
past participle, intertwine
past participle, iç içe
past tense of
ve gergin geçmiş
past tense of dishearten
hevesini kırmak ve gergin geçmiş
past tense of foresee
ve gergin geçmiş öngörüyoruz
past tense of overdraw
fazla germek ve gergin geçmiş
past tense of to behold
farkına varmak için zaman geçmiş
past tense of to oversee
denetlemesi için zaman geçmiş
past tense of to rerun
rerun için zaman geçmiş
past tense of upclimb
upclimb ve gergin geçmiş
past(a)
Geçmişte (a)
past-due
vadesi geçmiş
past continuous
Geçmişte sürekli
past simple
(Dilbilim) Basit geçmiş (zaman)
pasted
yapıştırılmış
pasts
geçmişleri
the past
gecenin
past due
(fiil)desi geçmiş, gecikmiş
past due
vadesi geçmiş

Bu senetin vadesi geçmiş. - This bill is long past due.

past due
gecikmiş
past participle
geçmiş zaman sıfat-fiili
past participle
geçmiş zaman ortacı gram
past perfect
dili geçmiş zamanın hikâyesi
past tense
geçmiş zaman
past tense
geçmiş zaman gram
the past
geri
Englisch - Englisch
Relating to the past

past tense.

the one before this one

during the past year.

The past tense
beyond in place, quantity or time

past Midnight.

Having already happened; in the past; finished

past glories.

in a direction that passes

I watched him walk past.

The period of time that has already happened, in contrast to the present and the future
{a} not present, gone through, spent
If you say that you would not put it past someone to do something bad, you mean that you would not be surprised if they did it because you think their character is bad. You know what she's like. I wouldn't put it past her to call the police and say I stole them
in a time gone by; previously; beyond, by
{i} history; events that occurred beforehand; time gone by
n That part of Eternity with some small fraction of which we have a slight and regrettable acquaintance A moving line called the Present parts it from an imaginary period known as the Future These two grand divisions of Eternity, of which the one is continually effacing the other, are entirely unlike The one is dark with sorrow and disappointment, the other bright with prosperity and joy The Past is the region of sobs, the Future is the realm of song In the one crouches Memory, clad in sackcloth and ashes, mumbling penitential prayer; in the sunshine of the other Hope flies with a free wing, beckoning to temples of success and bowers of ease Yet the Past is the Future of yesterday, the Future is the Past of to-morrow They are one -- the knowledge and the dream
so as to pass a given point; "every hour a train goes past"
If you go past someone or something, you go near them and keep moving, so that they are then behind you. I dashed past him and out of the door A steady procession of people filed past the coffin = by Past is also an adverb. An ambulance drove past. = by
If it is past a particular time, it is later than that time. It was past midnight It's past your bedtime. = gone, after
Past events and things happened or existed before the present time. I knew from past experience that alternative therapies could help The list of past champions includes many British internationals. = previous
a verb tense that expresses actions or states in the past the time that has elapsed; "forget the past"
a verb tense that expresses actions or states in the past the time that has elapsed; "forget the past" a earlier period in someone's life (especially one that they have reason to keep secret); "reporters dug into the candidate's past" earlier than the present time; no longer current; "time past"; "his youth is past"; "this past Thursday"; "the past year" a verb tense or other construction referring to events or states that existed at some previous time; "past participle
Beyond, in position, or degree; further than; beyond the reach or influence of
If you look or point past a person or thing, you look or point at something behind them. She stared past Christine at the bed
earlier than the present time; no longer current; "time past"; "his youth is past"; "this past Thursday"; "the past year"
Beyond, in time; after; as, past the hour
a earlier period in someone's life (especially one that they have reason to keep secret); "reporters dug into the candidate's past"
of a person who has held and relinquished a position or office; "a retiring member of the board"
The past is the time before the present, and the things that have happened. In the past, about a third of the babies born to women with diabetes were lost He should learn from the mistakes of the past. We have been here before future, present disapproval If you accuse someone of living in the past, you mean that they think too much about the past or believe that things are the same as they were in the past. What was the point in living in the past, thinking about what had or had not happened?
If you are past doing something, you are no longer able to do it. For example, if you are past caring, you do not care about something any more because so many bad things have happened to you. She was past caring about anything by then and just wanted the pain to end Often by the time they do accept the truth they are past being able to put words to feelings. = beyond disapproval If you say that someone or something is past it, they are no longer able to do what they used to do. We could do with a new car. The one we've got is a bit past it
Of or pertaining to a former time or state; neither present nor future; gone by; elapsed; ended; spent; as, past troubles; past offences
Izri
I worked
Your past consists of all the things that you have done or that have happened to you. revelations about his past. Germany's recent past
By; beyond; as, he ran past
If a situation is past, it has ended and no longer exists. Many economists believe the worst of the economic downturn is past. images from years long past = gone
a verb tense that expresses actions or states in the past
a verb tense or other construction referring to events or states that existed at some previous time; "past participle
In grammar, the past tenses of a verb are the ones used to talk about things that happened at some time before the present. The simple past tense uses the past form of a verb, which for regular verbs ends in `-ed', as in `They walked back to the car'. see also past perfect
the time that has elapsed; "forget the past"
Above; exceeding; more than
You use past when you are stating a time which is thirty minutes or less after a particular hour. For example, if it is twenty past six, it is twenty minutes after six o'clock. It's ten past eleven I arrived at half past ten. to Past is also an adverb. I have my lunch at half past. to
having occurred in a time before now, as in: In the past, the pace of life seemed slower
A former time or state; a state of things gone by
If something is past a place, it is on the other side of it. Go north on I-15 to the exit just past Barstow before
If someone or something is past a particular point or stage, they are no longer at that point or stage. He was well past retirement age
You use past to talk about a period of time that has just finished. For example, if you talk about the past five years, you mean the period of five years that has just finished. Most shops have remained closed for the past three days. = last next
Ex : I worked
{s} from a bygone time; passed, gone by; recently elapsed, just passed; preceding, previous
past pasts In addition to the uses shown below, past is used in the phrasal verb `run past'
{e} beyond; after
a verb tense or other construction referring to events or states that existed at some previous time; "past participle"
past anterior
A compound tense used in literary French (French: passé antérieur), in function a pluperfect, and in form composed of the conjunction of the simple past tense of an auxiliary verb (avoir, être) with the past participle
past continuous
: A tense used to describe actions and states continued in the past period of time
past historic
past historic tense
past historic tense
A tense used in some languages (such as French and Italian) in narrative, and in spoken language primarily when reading narrative, for completed actions in the past or in speaking of the dead. It is the same as the Simple Past in many languages, including English
past imperfect tense
A grammatical tense which expresses the past as an action which was still going on at the point in time described, say someone "was ...ing" something, as opposed to the already accomplished counterpart past perfect tense (where the action took place even further in the past)
past it
No longer capable, not as effective as previously
past iterative
A tense in the Lithuanian language that indicates complete iterative action in the past, similar to the English used to but with the possibility of the action still continuing in the present
past iterative
An alternative inflection of verbs used in the Epic (Homeric) dialect of Ancient Greek, having σκ inside the verb and the same meaning as aorist or imperfect verbs
past papers
plural form of past paper
past participial
of, or relating to, the past participle
past participle
A participle indicating a completed action or state
past participles
plural form of past participle
past perfect
A tense which represents actions that occurred before other actions in the past; the pluperfect tense
past perfect continuous
A tense that expresses an unbroken action continuing up to a certain time in the past. In English it is formed by using had been with a present participle

Example: She had been living in England for three years before moving to Sweden.

past perfect progressive
past perfect continuous
past progressive
past continuous tense
past simple
simple past
past tense
Past tense is the form of language used to refer to an event, transaction, or occurrence that did happen or has happened, or an object that existed, at a point in time before now. Compare with present tense, which refers to an event, transaction or occurrence which is happening now (or at the present time), or an object that currently exists; or with future tense, which refers to an event, transaction or occurrence that has not yet happened, is expected to happen in the future, or might never happen

I saw the #5 bus across the street. I won’t make it. (future tense).

past tenses
plural form of past tense
past-participle
Attributive form of past participle, noun
past-tense
Attributive form of past tense

past-tense form.

past due
Line items and orders expected or promised for dates prior to the current date Past due orders are an integral part of evaluating delivery performance and normally are prioritized when reviewing exception messages
past due
When you do not make at least the minimum payment on time, your account is considered past due
past due
An order that has not been received by the date scheduled or due Delinquent
past due
The status of an account when the minimum payment has not been received by the due date
past due
-a status at which the tasks associated with an order are not yet completed by the required date on the order Usually refers to purchase orders, production orders, or shipping orders
past due
Delayed beyond an agreed time for payment
past due
Any debt that has not been paid by the close of business on the due date When the payment on the account becomes past due and the account requires more than one payment, only the current payment that is past due should be reported as past due unless the terms of the agreement contain an acceleration clause
past due
The period after a due date (the date a payment was due to a creditor) When an account is past due the creditor may assess a late fee, or consider the account delinquent, and report it to a credit reporting agency
past due
(Ticaret) Line items and orders expected or promised for dates prior to the current date. Past due orders are an integral part of evaluating delivery performance and normally are prioritized when reviewing exception messages
past of
revised
past participle
the form of a verb used to make perfect tenses and passive forms of verbs
past participle
a participle that expresses completed action
past participle
Regular verbs add an -ed ending; irregular verbs vary The past participle is used with perfect verb tenses and on its own as an adjective: He had hit the ball over the fence several times
past participle
one of the principal parts of every verb: formed by adding -d or -ed to the present; used with the helping verbs have, has, or had, or with a form of be (with passive verbs)
past participle
A past participle is formed with "-ed" for regular verbs or by internal spelling changes for irregular verbs Examples of past participles include paid, taken, danced, slept, and screamed
past participle
(Grammar) form of a verb (usually ending in "-ed in English") that is used in forming perfect and passive tenses and occasionally functions as an adjective
past participle
In grammar, the past participle of a verb is a form that is usually the same as the past form and so ends in `-ed'. A number of verbs have irregular past participles, for example `break' - past participle `broken', and `come' - past participle `come'. Past participles are used to form perfect tenses and the passive voice, and many of them can be used like an adjective in front of a noun. A verb form indicating past or completed action or time that is used as a verbal adjective in phrases such as baked beans and finished work and with auxiliaries to form the passive voice or perfect and pluperfect tenses in constructions such as She had baked the beans and The work was finished. Also called perfect participle. the form of a verb used with the verb 'to have' in perfect tenses (for example 'eaten' in 'I have eaten'), or with the verb 'to be' in the passive (for example 'changed' in 'it was changed'), or sometimes as an adjective (for example 'broken' in 'a broken leg')
past participle
pp
past perfect
pluperfect which is a grammatical tense which places one past action in relation to another past action
past perfect
a perfective tense used to express action completed in the past; "`I had finished' is an example of the past perfect
past perfect
A verb tense that indicates one action was finished in the past, before another was finished Use the past tense of have + the past participle of the appropriate verb: He had hit the ball over the fence before we arrived
past perfect
a perfective tense used to express action completed in the past; "`I had finished' is an example of the past perfect"
past perfect
I had worked
past perfect
Ex : I had worked
past perfect
In grammar, the past perfect tenses of a verb are the ones used to talk about things that happened before a specific time. The simple past perfect tense uses `had' and the past participle of the verb, as in `She had seen him before'. It is sometimes called the pluperfect. the form of a verb that shows that the action described by the verb was completed before a particular time in the past, formed in English with 'had' and a past participle perfect
past tense
a verb tense that expresses actions or states in the past
past tense
action done in the past (Grammar)
past tense
A verb tense used to express an action or a condition that occurred in or during the past. For example, in While she was sewing, he read aloud, was sewing and read are in the past tense. a form of a verb that shows that something happened or existed before the present time, typically a form such as 'walked', as in 'I walked away'
pasted
affixed or as if affixed with glue or paste; "he stayed glued to one spot"; "pieces of pasted paper"
pasted
past of paste
pasts
third-person singular of past
pasts
plural of , past
past
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