purport

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Englisch - Türkisch
{f} gibi görün
{f} iddia etmek
diyem
görünümünde olmak
iddiasında olmak
{i} kavram
niyet
gibi görünmek
anlam
{i} anlam, mana
{i} manâ
{i} belirtilmek istenen anlam
ifade et
{f} belirtmek
{i} meram
{f} anlamına gelmek
{f} demek istemek
manasında olmak
{f} ifade etmek
intent
niyet

Benim niyetim size herhangi bir şekilde zarar vermek değildir. - It is not my intent to hurt you in any way.

İşlerine karışmaya niyetim yok. - I have no intention of meddling in your affairs.

purported
Sözde
intent
{i} amaç

Onların amaçları açıktır. - Their intentions are obvious.

Amaçlarını bilmem gerekiyor. - I need to know your intentions.

intent
{i} gaye
intent
{s} niyetli

Fransızca öğrenmeye niyetli. - She is intent on mastering French.

Fransızca öğrenmeye niyetlidir. - He has been intent on learning French.

purported
gibi görünen
purported
manalı
intent
azimli
intent
dikkatli
purported
{f} gibi görün
purportedly
manalı olarak
intent
dik

Tom dikkatle dinliyor. - Tom is listening intently.

Tom dikkatle dinledi. - Tom listened intently.

purported
anlamlı gibi görün(mek)
purportedly
anlamlı
purports
iddia
intent
{i} kasıt

Tom bu hatayı kasıtlı olarak yaptı. - Tom made this mistake intentionally.

Onun kasıtlı olmadığına eminim. - I'm sure that wasn't intentional.

intent
(sıfat) niyetli, istekli, hevesli, kararlı, meşgul, dalmış, dikkatli
intent
{s} kararlı
intent
{s} istekli
intent
{s} dalmış
intent
(Mukavele) niyet, maksat
intent
{s} hevesli
intent
intently dikkatle
intent
(isim) niyet, maksat, amaç, gaye, kasıt
purported
gibi görün
Englisch - Englisch
import, intention or purpose

Sorrowful, phantasmal as this same Double Aristocracy of Teachers and Governors now looks, it is worth all men’s while to know that the purport of it is, and remains, noble and most real.

To intend

He purported to become an international man of affairs.

To convey, imply, or profess outwardly, often falsely

He purports himself to be an international man of affairs.

intent
{v} to intend, design, mean, tend, show
{n} a design, meaning, tendency
If you say that someone or something purports to do or be a particular thing, you mean that they claim to do or be that thing, although you may not always believe that claim. a book that purports to tell the whole truth. to claim to be or do something, even if this is not true purport to do sth. the general meaning of what someone says
Design or tendency; meaning; import; tenor
general meaning or tenor; "caught the drift of the conversation"
the intended meaning of a communication
propose or intend; "I aim to arrive at noon"
have the often specious appearance of being, intending, or claiming; "The letter purports to express people's opinion"
To convey, imply, or profess outwardly
have the often specious appearance of being, intending, or claiming; "The letter purports to express people's opinion
{i} intention, purpose; meaning, significance
Disguise; covering
To intend to show; to intend; to mean; to signify; to import; often with an object clause or infinitive
{f} intend, plan; claim, profess; claim falsely, pretend
purport to establish
pretend to determine
purported
Supposed, or assumed to be
purported
Simple past tense and past participle of purport
purported
normally assumed to be
purported
commonly put forth or accepted as true on inconclusive grounds; "the foundling's putative father"; "the reputed (or purported) author of the book"; "the supposed date of birth"
purportedly
supposedly, putatively or reputedly
purportedly
believed or reputed to be the case
purportedly
If you say that something has purportedly been done, you mean that you think that it has been done but you cannot be sure. He was given a letter purportedly signed by the Prime Minister. = supposedly
purportedly
{s} allegedly, professedly
purporting
present participle of purport
purports
Third person singular simple present of to purport
purport
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