prevailing

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Englisch - Türkisch
{s} egemen
en çok tutulan
en rağbette olan
cari
geçerli
{s} hüküm süren, hâkim olan
galip gelen
hâkim
{f} yerine geç
prevailingly galip gelerek
en sık esen geçerlikte olan
hâkim olan
sık esen/yaygın
{s} yaygın
{s} genel

Ülke genelinde soğuk hava hüküm sürüyor. - Bad cold is prevailing throughout the country.

üstün gelen
preva hüküm sür/galip gel
{s} galip
en çok
genellikle
hakim
yerine geçerek
en geçerli
yerine geçme
hakim olan
hüküm süren
prevailing wind
(Meteoroloji,Teknik) hakim rüzgar
prevailing conditions
mevcut koşullar
prevailing wind
en sık esen rüzgar
prevailing party
egemen parti
prevailing rate
cari ücret
prevailing party
(Kanun) davada haklı çıkan taraf
prevailing tone
(Ticaret) cari hava
prevailing visibility
(Meteoroloji) hakim görüş
prevailing wage
(Ticaret) yürürlükteki ücret
prevailing winds
(Askeri) hakim rüzgarlar
prevailing winds
(Askeri) en sık esen rüzgarlar
prevail
ikna etmek
prevail
hüküm sürmek
prevail
{f} yenmek
prevail
galip gelmek
prevail
yürürlükte olmak
prevail
geçerli olmak
prevail
hakim olmak
prevail
galebe çalmak
prevail
yerine geçmek
prevail
prevail on razı etmek
prevail
kafalamak
prevail
üstün gelmek
prevail
egemen olmak
prevail
yerine geç
prevail
baskın çıkmak
prevail
(Hukuk) galip olmak
in prevailing opinion
yaygın kanıya göre
prevail
(Askeri) HÜKÜM SÜRMEK, YERMEK
prevail
âdet olmak
prevail
{f} yaygın olmak
prevail
prevail against galip gelmek
prevail
etkili olmak
prevail
preva hüküm sür/galip gel
prevail
gönlünü yapmak
prevail
{f} üstün/galip gelmek, galebe çalmak; over/against -i yenmek, -den baskın çıkmak
prevail
{f} (among/in) (-de) en çok ... bulunmak, en çok -e
prevail
prevail over
the prevailing winds
(bir yerde) hâkim olan/en çok esen rüzgârlar: There the prevailing winds are from the north. Orada rüzgâr genellikle kuzeyden eser
Englisch - Englisch
Predominant; of greatest force

The prevailing opinion was for additional planning time.

Present participle of prevail
{a} having influence, predominant
{s} common, widespread, predominant, current
most frequent or common; "prevailing winds"
The prevailing wind in an area is the type of wind that blows over that area most of the time. The direction of the prevailing winds should be taken into account
Having superior force or influence; efficacious; persuasive
encountered generally especially at the present time; "the prevailing opinion was that a trade war could be averted"; "the most prevalent religion in our area"; "speculation concerning the books author was rife"
most frequent or common; "prevailing winds
Predominant; prevalent; most general; as, the prevailing disease of a climate; a prevailing opinion
prevailing parties
plural form of prevailing party
prevailing party
: The party in a civil lawsuit who the factfinder determines to be right, and who, in some jurisdictions, may recover attorney's fees and other expenses associated with the prosecution or defense of the lawsuit
prevailing party
the party in a lawsuit who obtains a judgment in their own favor
prevailing westerly
the west-to-east winds that occur in the temperate zones of the Earth
prevailing wind
n A Wind that starts with East and changes every four hands, once the original East is East again When the winds have gone around (i e the original East is East again, and the prevailing wind is again East), the game ends (Although addicts are allowed to start up another game, of course!) Tiles of the Prevailing Wind as well as of a player's own Wind are worth more in melds
prevailing wind
Dominant direction that a wind blows from for a location or region
prevailing wind
The usual wind direction for an area and season
prevailing wind
the predominant wind direction; "the prevailing wind is from the southwest
prevailing wind
the predominant wind direction; "the prevailing wind is from the southwest"
prevailing wind
Most usual wind of an area
prevailing wind
The wind as displayed on the indicator The prevailing wind only changes when the indicator gets back to the Starting Dealer
prevailing wind
(wind) The direction from which the wind blows most often This is an important consideration in selecting a site for a windmill F - vent dominant S - viento dominante
prevailing wind
a wind that blows from one direction more frequently than any other during a given period of time, such as a day, month, season, or year
prevailing wind
A wind that blows from one direction more frequently than any other during a given period, such as a day, month, season, or year
prevail
To succeed in persuading or inducing

I prevailed on him to wait.

prevail
To be superior in strength, dominance, influence or frequency; to have or gain the advantage over others; to have the upper hand; to outnumber others

Red colour prevails in the Canadian flag.

prevail
{f} win, succeed; overcome, surpass, prove superior; predominate, rule, reign
prevail
be valid, applicable, or true; "This theory still holds
prevail
If a situation, attitude, or custom prevails in a particular place at a particular time, it is normal or most common in that place at that time. A similar situation prevails in America How people in a certain era bury their dead says much about the prevailing attitudes toward death
prevail
To overcome; to gain the victory or superiority; to gain the advantage; to have the upper hand, or the mastery; to succeed; sometimes with over or against
prevail
prove superior; "The champion prevailed, though it was a hard fight"
prevail
be valid, applicable, or true; "This theory still holds"
prevail
To persuade or induce; with on, upon, or with; as, I prevailedon him to wait
prevail
continue to exist; "These stories die hard"; "The legend of Elvis endures"
prevail
use persuasion successfully; "He prevailed upon her to visit his parents"
prevail
be larger in number, quantity, power, status or importance; "Money reigns supreme here"; "Hispanics predominate in this neighborhood"
prevail
If one side in a battle, contest, or dispute prevails, it wins. He appears to have the votes he needs to prevail I do hope he will prevail over the rebels
prevail
If you prevail upon someone to do something, you succeed in persuading them to do it. We must, each of us, prevail upon our congressman to act
prevail
If a proposal, principle, or opinion prevails, it gains influence or is accepted, often after a struggle or argument. We hope that common sense would prevail Political and personal ambitions are starting to prevail over economic interests. = triumph
prevail
use persuasion successfully; "He prevailed upon her to visit his parents" prove superior; "The champion prevailed, though it was a hard fight" continue to exist; "These stories die hard"; "The legend of Elvis endures" be valid, applicable, or true; "This theory still holds
prevail
To be in force; to have effect, power, or influence; to be predominant; to have currency or prevalence; to obtain; as, the practice prevails this day
prevail
To be current, widespread or predominant; to have currency or prevalence
prevailing
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