put it off

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Englisch - Türkisch

Definition von put it off im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

put off
ertelemek

Toplantıyı ertelemek zorunda kaldık. - We had to put off the meeting.

Trafik kazası nedeniyle toplantıyı ertelemek zorunda kaldık. - We had to put off the meeting because of the traffic accident.

put off
baştan savmak
put off
(Dilbilim) rahatsız olmak
put off
oyalamak
put s.o. off
birini şaşırtmak
put off
(deyim) önlemek
put off
keyfi kaçmak
put off
(Dilbilim) dikkatini dağıtmak
put off
(Dilbilim) hoşlanmamak
put off
(deyim) engellemek
put off
geciktirmek
put off
alıkoymak
put off
(Dilbilim) rahatsız etmek
put off
(Dilbilim) uyutmak
put off
şaşırtmak
put off
ileriye almak
put off
geciktir
put off
with ile atlatmak
put off
vazgeçirmek
put off
denizcilikle ilgili: -den ayrılmak
put off
(giysiyi) çıkarmak
put off
with - ile atlatmak
put off
(denizcilikle ilgili) -den ayrılmak
put somebody off
koymak biri kapalı
put sth off
koymak sth off
put off
(deyim) araçtan yolcu indirmek
put off
atlatmak
put off
sonraya bırakmak
put off
kurtulmak
put off
üstünden atmak
put off
yutturmak
put off
kırmak
put off
denize açılmak
put off
zorla indirmek
put off
savsaklamak
put off
soğutmak
put off
canını sıkmak
put off
(deyim) vaz geçirmek,caydırmak. 3.dikkati başka yöne çekmek
put off
kırmak (cesaret)
put off
çıkarmak (elbise)
put off
den. -den ayrılmak
put off
(deyim) atlatmak. put someone off the scent yaniltmak,yanlis bilgi vermek
put off
(deyim) put sth. off ertelemek,geri bırakmak,geciktirmek. put someone off
put off
engel olmak
put off
bırakmak
put off
kaçırmak (iştah)
put s.o. off
birini (bir şeyden) vazgeçirmek; birinin hevesini kırmak
put s.o. off
birini bahanelerle atlatmak/başından savmak
put s.o. off
birinin
put someone off
birinin hevesini kırmak
put someone off
bahanelerle atlatmak
put something off
bir şeyi ertelemek
Englisch - Englisch

Definition von put it off im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

put off
to offend, repulse, or frighten

Almost drowning put him off swimming.

put off
To procrastinate

Don't put it off.

put off
to delay (a task, event, or deadline)

The storm put the game off by a week.

put off
daunted or fazed

All but the most dedicated were put off by the huge task.

put off
offended, repulsed

The guest was quite put off by an odor.

put him off
lowered his interest in; repulsed him
put off
avoid or try to avoid fulfilling, answering, or performing (duties, questions, or issues); "He dodged the issue"; "she skirted the problem"; "They tend to evade their responsibilities"; "he evaded the questions skillfully"
put off
cause to feel intense dislike or distaste
put off
If you put someone off, you make them wait for something that they want. The old priest tried to put them off, saying that the hour was late
put off
If you put something off, you delay doing it. Women who put off having a baby often make the best mothers The Association has put the event off until October. = postpone
put off
cause to feel embarrassment; "The constant attention of the young man confused her"
put off
If something puts you off something, it makes you dislike it, or decide not to do or have it. The high divorce figures don't seem to be putting people off marriage His personal habits put them off The country's worsening reputation does not seem to be putting off the tourists We tried to visit the Abbey but were put off by the queues
put off
hold back to a later time; "let's postpone the exam"
put off
take away the enthusiasm of
put off
postpone; take off clothing (Archaic); disgust, repulse; deter
put off
If someone or something puts you off, they take your attention from what you are trying to do and make it more difficult for you to do it. She asked me to be serious -- said it put her off if I laughed It put her off revising for her exams. = distract
put something off
postpone something, delay something
put it off

    Türkische aussprache

    pût ît ôf

    Aussprache

    /ˈpo͝ot ət ˈôf/ /ˈpʊt ɪt ˈɔːf/

    Etymologie

    [ 'put ] (verb.) 12th century. Middle English putten; akin to Old English putung instigation, Middle Dutch poten to plant.

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