Yeni bir araba satın alması için babasına baskı yaptığında Catherine'nin bir art niyeti vardı; O, arabayı kendisinin sürebileceğini umuyordu. - Catherine had an ulterior motive when she urged her father to buy a new car. She hoped that she'd be able to drive it herself.
Andrina'nın işleri ciddiye almadığını bilirim ama kendisi harika bir arkadaş. - I know Andrina doesn't take things seriously, but she is a wonderful friend.
You use she to refer to a woman, girl, or female animal who has already been mentioned or whose identity is clear. When Ann arrived home that night, she found Brian in the house watching TV She was seventeen and she had no education or employment
Some writers may use she to refer to a person who is not identified as either male or female. They do this because they wish to avoid using the pronoun `he' all the time. Some people dislike this use and prefer to use `he or she' or `they'. The student may show signs of feeling the strain of responsibility and she may give up
She is sometimes used to refer to a country or nation. Britain needs new leadership if she is to help shape Europe's future
pron. female person or animal currently being discussed or recently mentioned; woman; something considered to be feminine
Some people use she to refer to a car or a machine. People who sail often use she to refer to a ship or boat. Hundreds of small boats clustered round the yacht as she sailed into Southampton docks. a female
This or that female; the woman understood or referred to; the animal of the female sex, or object personified as feminine, which was spoken of
or She-Chi Ancient Chinese compound deity of the soil and harvests. China's earliest legendary emperors worshiped She (earth), for they alone had responsibility for the entire earth and country. Since ordinary people had no part in this courtly worship, they came to focus their worship on the god of grain (Ji). Local shrines held two images, one of She and one of Ji, and eventually the two images were considered man and wife
A joking and often tasteless retort, intended to draw attention to a previous statement which has the potential for a risqué double entendre
So this morning we pulled up a pumpkin-pancake recipe on the kitchen laptop. Just one problem: My wife couldn't read it from where she was mixing. Can't you make it bigger? she asked. (Go ahead, insert your own that's what she said joke here. No class.).
You use her to refer to a woman, girl, or female animal. I went in the room and told her I had something to say to her I really thought I'd lost her. Everybody kept asking me, `Have you found your cat?' Her is also a possessive determiner. Liz travelled round the world for a year with her boyfriend James
HERS (Home Energy Rating System) is a standardized system for rating the energy efficiency of residential buildings Home Energy Rating Systems are currently governed by two national industry standards: (1) the HERS Council Guidelines, which prescribe the accepted methods and procedures for rating a home, and (2) Mortgage Industry HERS Accreditation Procedures, which prescribe the method and procedures for the certification of Home Energy System by individual governments and the national home mortgage industry
orig. Shu Qingchun or Shu Sheyu born Feb. 3, 1899, Beijing, China died Aug. 24?, 1966, Beijing Chinese writer. He worked as an educator before going to England in 1924, and he was inspired to write his first novel while reading the works of Charles Dickens to improve his English. He originally championed strong, hard-working individuals but later expressed the futility of the individual's struggle against society, as in Luotuo Xiangzi (1936), the tragic story of a ricksha puller; Rickshaw Boy, an unauthorized translation with a happy ending (1945), became a U.S. best-seller. After the onset of the Sino-Japanese War, he wrote lesser patriotic and propagandistic plays and novels. In 1966 he fell victim to the Cultural Revolution
In written English, her is sometimes used to refer to a person without saying whether that person is a man or a woman. Some people dislike this use and prefer to use `him or her' or `them'. Talk to your baby, play games, and show her how much you enjoy her company. Her is also a possessive determiner. The non-drinking, non smoking model should do nothing to risk her reputation
You use hers to indicate that something belongs or relates to a woman, girl, or female animal. His hand as it shook hers was warm and firm He'd never seen eyes as green as hers Professor Camm was a great friend of hers
In written English, hers is sometimes used to refer to a person without saying whether that person is a man or a woman. Some people dislike this use and prefer to use `his or hers' or `theirs'. The author can report other people's results which more or less agree with hers
Hers is sometimes used to refer to a country or nation. Used to indicate the one or ones belonging to her: If you can't find your hat, take hers. used to refer to something that belongs to or is connected with a woman, girl, or female animal that has already been mentioned
Although each person follows a different path, our destinations are the same. - Her insan farklı bir yol izlesede, hedeflerimiz aynıdır.
Everyone has the right to rest and leisure, including reasonable limitation of working hours and periodic holidays with pay. - Her şahsın dinlenmeye, eğlenmeye, bilhassa çalışma müddetinin makul surette sınırlandırılmasına ve muayyen devrelerde ücretli tatillere hakkı vardır.
[ shE ] (pronoun.) 12th century. From Middle English sche, hye (“she”), from earlier scho, hyo, ȝho (“she”), a phonetic development of Old English hēo, hīo (“she”), from Proto-Germanic *hijō (“this, this one”), from Proto-Indo-European *k'e-, *k'ey- (“this, here”). Cognate with English dialectal hoo (“she”), Scots scho, shu (“she”), West Frisian hja (“she”), North Frisian jü (“she”), Danish hun (“she”), Swedish hon (“she”). More at he. Despite the similarity in appearance, the Old English feminine demonstrative sēo (“that”) is probably not the source of Middle English forms in sch-. Rather, the sch- developed out of a change in stress upon hío resulting in hió, spelt ȝho (ȝh = hȝ, compare wh = hw, lh = hl, etc.), and the h was palatalised into the sh sound. Similar alteration can be seen the name Shetland, from Old Norse Hjaltland; ȝho is the immediate parent form of Middle English scho and sche.
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