sooner

listen to the pronunciation of sooner
Englisch - Türkisch
daha yakında

Sen neden daha yakında gelmedin? - Why didn't you come sooner?

vaktinden önce davranıp en gözde hazine arsasına ucuza konan kimse
{f} daha çabuk

Eğer o yardım etseydi iş daha çabuk biterdi. - If only she were to help, the job would be finished sooner.

Onu daha çabuk yapmalıydık. - We should've done that sooner.

çabuk

Bir çocuk bir şarkıdan daha çabuk ne öğrenir? - What will a child learn sooner than a song?

Daha çabuk gelmeliydin. - You should've come sooner.

soon
birazdan

O birazdan burada olacak. - He will be here soon.

Tom birazdan evde olmalı. - Tom should be home soon.

soon
kısa süre içinde

Kısa süre içinde bir çözüm bulmamız gerekiyor. - We need to find a solution soon.

Kek kısa süre içinde yapılmalı. - The cake should be done soon.

sooner or later
nasıl olsa
sooner or later
eninde sonunda
sooner or later
er geç

Tom ve Mary er geç evlenecekler. - Tom and Mary will get married sooner or later.

O er geç ortaya çıkacak. - Sooner or later, she will appear.

sooner or later
er yada geç
sooner than
-mektense
sooner than
yerine
sooner than expected
beklenenden daha çabuk
sooner rather than later
er ya da geç
sooner the better
er daha iyi
sooner or later
er ya da geç
rather
-den ziyade
rather
-mektense: I decided to visit a friend rather than go home. Eve gitmektense bir arkadaşı ziyaret etmeye karar verdim
soon
çok geçmeden

Yolu bilmediklerinden, çok geçmeden kayboldular. - As they didn't know the way, they soon got lost.

Çok geçmeden şoku atlatacaktır. - She will get over the shock soon.

soon
yakında

Babam yakında kırk yaşında olacak. - My father will soon be forty years old.

Sanırım yakında tüm işleri bitirmiş olacaksınız. - I think you will have done all the work soon.

soon
erkenden

Niçin bana onun burada olduğunu söylemedin? Olabildiğince erkenden bilmem gerekiyordu. - Why didn't you tell me he was here? I had to know as soon as possible!

soon
seve seve
soon
neredeyse
soon
Gitsem de bir
soon
pek yakında
rather
az çok
soon
biraz sonra

Uçak biraz sonra görüş mesafesinden çıktı. - The airplane soon went out of sight.

Biraz sonra, Tom, Mary adındaki genç bir kadınla tanıştı. Onlar aile kurmaya karar verdiler ve evlendiler. - Soon after, Tom met a young woman named Mary. They married and decided to start a family.

soon
erken

Üzgünüm sana daha erken yazamadım. - I'm sorry I couldn't write to you sooner.

Ne kadar erken başlarsak, o kadar erken bitiririz. - The sooner we start, the sooner we'll finish.

soon
hemen

Tom liseden mezun olduktan hemen sonra Boston'a geldi. - Tom came to Boston soon after graduating from high school.

O, kazadan hemen sonra öldü. - He died soon after the accident.

soon
sooner or later er geç
soon
gitmesem de
soon
I would as soon go asBana göre gitmekle gitmemek birdir
soon
süratle
soon
az sonra

Az sonra çay hazırdı. - Soon, the tea was ready.

Az sonra Boston trenine binmek zorunda olacağının farkında olan Tom, peronda Meryem'e tutkuyla sarıldı. - Tom, aware that he would soon have to board the train to Boston, had passionately clung to Mary on the station platform.

soon
çoka varmaz
soon
kolaylıkla
soon
ha bugün ha yarın
soon
er
soon
bugün yarın
no sooner ... than
ile beraber
no sooner than
olur olmaz
soon
az zaman içinde
soon
kolayca
soon
nerede ise
soon
yakın zamanda

Bu yakın zamanda olacakmış gibi görünmüyor. - It doesn't look as if that's going to happen any time soon.

Yakın zamanda Boston'a geri gidecek misin? - Are you going back to Boston anytime soon?

sooner or later
er veya geç
sooner or later
erken veya geç
no sooner than
eder etmez
no sooner than
yapar yapmaz
rather
daha ziyade

Etkisi önemli belirleyiciler alandaki yazarlar ya da makalelerin sayısı değil daha ziyade atıf yoğunluğu ve edebiyat yaş göstergesiydi. - The key determinants in impact are not the number of authors or articles in the field but, rather the citation density and the age of the literature cited.

Bir öğretmenden daha ziyade bir yazarım. - I am a writer rather than a teacher.

rather
tercihan
rather
oldukça

Japonca bilgim oldukça zayıftır. - My knowledge of Japanese is rather poor.

Giydiğin ayakkabılar oldukça pahalı görünüyorlar. - The shoes you are wearing look rather expensive.

rather
epeyce
rather
İİ.elbette
soon
tercihan
soon
kısa bir süre içinde
would sooner
tercih et
soon
çabuk

Gençler, kendilerini bir şeye yaşlı insanlardan daha çabuk adapte ederler. - Young people adapt themselves to something sooner than old people.

Bu yaz tatili çok çabuk bitti. - The summer vacation has come to an end too soon.

No sooner said than done
Söz ağızdan çıkar çıkmaz yapılır
had sooner
daha önce vardı
no sooner
çok kısa bir süre sonra

he had no sooner got off the bus.

no sooner than
(... no sooner ... than) ...-ir ...-mez, ... demeye kalmadan

I’d no sooner completed the report I was working on than my secretry put three more on my desk .

no sooner than
-er -mez

He'd no sooner begun to speak than the lights went out. = Konuşmaya başlar başlamaz ışıklar söndü.

previously; before now; sooner
Daha önce, daha önce şimdi; er
soon
en yakın zamanda
soon
kısa bir süre
soon
en kısa zaman
No sooner said than
Söz ağızdan çıkar çıkmaz yapılır
i'd sooner die
Ölmeyi tercih ederim!
no sooner ... than
-er -mez: He'd no sooner begun to speak than the lights went out. Konuşmaya başlar başlamaz ışıklar söndü
rather
(zarf) tercihen, iyisimi, daha iyisi, daha doğrusu, oldukça, bayağı, az çok, aksine [brit.], bilâkis [brit.]
rather
tercihen/oldukça/birazcık
rather
iyisimi
rather
den ziyade
rather
bilâkis [brit.]
rather
Yapmasam daha
rather
tersine

Eğer ikinci dilinden anadiline çeviri yaparsan, bu durumun tersine tercihen, hata yapma olasılığın daha az olur. - If you translate from your second language into your own native language, rather than the other way around, you're less likely to make mistakes.

rather
daha iyisi
rather
tercihen

Eğer ikinci dilinden anadiline çeviri yaparsan, bu durumun tersine tercihen, hata yapma olasılığın daha az olur. - If you translate from your second language into your own native language, rather than the other way around, you're less likely to make mistakes.

rather
den ise
rather
aksine

Bu bana gülmeni istemediğim için değil aksine sana gülmek istediğim içindir. - It is not because I do not want you to laugh at me, rather it is because I would like to laugh at you.

Mutlu olmak her şeyin mükemmel olduğu anlamına gelmez fakat aksine eksikliklerin ötesine bakmaya karar vermenizdir. - Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect, but rather that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections.

soon
(İnşaat) çabucak

Ona yardım etmelisin, ve çabucak! - You must help her, and soon!

Sana çabucak cevap vermediğim için üzgünüm. - I'm sorry I didn't reply to you sooner.

sooner or later
evvel ve ahir
the sooner the better
ne kadar çabuk olursa o kadar iyi
the sooner the better
(isim) kadar erken o kadar iyi, ne kadar çabuk olursa o kadar iyi
the sooner the better
ne kadar erken o kadar iyi
Englisch - Englisch
One who crossed into Indian territory before the official opening of settlement, in order to obtain land sooner
A native or resident of the American state of Oklahoma; a sports competitor representing the University of Oklahoma
rather

I would sooner die than marry you!.

Comparative form of soon: more soon
A resident of the US state of Oklahoma, also given to competitors representing the University of Oklahoma
One who crossed into Indian territory before the official opening of settlement, in order to grab land sooner
Sooner is the comparative of soon
comparatives of `soon' or `early'; "Come a little sooner, if you can"; "came earlier than I expected
If you say that you would sooner do something or you'd sooner do it, you mean that you would prefer to do it. Ford vowed that he would sooner burn his factory to the ground than build a single vehicle for war purposes I'd sooner not talk about it I'd sooner he didn't know till I've talked to Pete I would sooner give up sleep than miss my evening class I'd sooner not, if you don't mind. = would rather
comparative of soon
If you say that something will happen sooner or later, you mean that it will happen at some time in the future, even though it might take a long time. Sooner or later she would be caught by the police. = eventually
more readily or willingly; "clean it well, preferably with warm water"; "I'd rather be in Philadelphia"; "I'd sooner die than give up"
comparatives of `soon' or `early'; "Come a little sooner, if you can"; "came earlier than I expected"
If you say that no sooner has one thing happened than another thing happens, you mean that the second thing happens immediately after the first thing. No sooner had he arrived in Rome than he was kidnapped. = scarcely
You say the sooner the better when you think something should be done as soon as possible. Detective Holt said: `The kidnapper is a man we must catch and the sooner the better'
In the western United States, one who settles on government land before it is legally open to settlement in order to gain the prior claim that the law gives to the first settler when the land is opened to settlement; hence, any one who does a thing prematurely or anticipates another in acting in order to gain an unfair advantage
Sooner State
Nickname of the U.S. state of Oklahoma

Oklahoma has almost, but never quite elected a Republican Governor. But in national politics the Sooner State has twice strayed from the Democratic reservation (Harding and Hoover).

sooner or later
Eventually, at some undetermined point in the not-too-distant future

He’ll turn up sooner or later.

sooner than later
In the fairly near future; fairly soon
sooner or later
within an indefinite time or at an unspecified future time; "he will understand eventually"; "he longed for the flowers that were yet to show themselves"; "sooner or later you will have to face the facts"; "in time they came to accept the harsh reality"
sooner or later
eventually
sooner state
Oklahoma; a nickname
no sooner said than done
As soon as something is said, it will be done
soon
Immediately, instantly
soon
Occurring within a short time, or quickly
soon
{a} speedy, quick, ready, immediate
soon
{a} shortly, readily, early
no sooner than
(no sooner ... than) used to show that one thing happens immediately after another thing

No sooner had I started mowing the lawn than it started raining.

Soon
yare
Soon
soonly
Sooners
{i} name of the athletic teams at the University of Oklahoma (USA)
had sooner
it would be preferable
no sooner said than done
fulfilled his or her promise
soon
Early
soon
Without the usual delay; before any time supposed; early
soon
Promptly; quickly; easily
soon
In a short time; shortly after any time specified or supposed; as, soon after sunrise
soon
in the near future; "the doctor will soon be here"; "the book will appear shortly"; "she will arrive presently"; "we should have news before long"
soon
Speedy; quick
soon
If you say that something happens as soon as something else happens, you mean that it happens immediately after the other thing. As soon as relations improve they will be allowed to go You'll never guess what happened as soon as I left my room
soon
Readily; willingly; in this sense used with would, or some other word expressing will
soon
Within a short time; quickly
soon
erelong
soon
within a short time; quickly; at the nearest opportunity; willingly, readily
soon
If you say that you would just as soon do something or you'd just as soon do it, you mean that you would prefer to do it. These people could afford to retire to Florida but they'd just as soon stay put I'd just as soon not have to make this public I'd just as soon you put that thing away She'd just as soon throw your plate in your face as serve you
soon
If something is going to happen soon, it will happen after a short time. If something happened soon after a particular time or event, it happened a short time after it. You'll be hearing from us very soon This chance has come sooner than I expected The plane was returning to the airport soon after takeoff when it burst into flames Soon afterwards he separated from his wife
soon
in the near future; "the doctor will soon be here"; "the book will appear shortly"; "she will arrive presently"; "we should have news before long
the sooner the better
it's better to do something now than to put it off until a later time
sooner

    Silbentrennung

    Soon·er

    Türkische aussprache

    sunır

    Synonyme

    okie, oklahoman

    Aussprache

    /ˈso͞onər/ /ˈsuːnɜr/

    Etymologie

    [ 'sün, esp New England ] (adverb.) before 12th century. Middle English soone, from Old English sOna; akin to Old High German sAn immediately.

    Gemeinsame Collocations

    sooner or later

    Videos

    ... sooner than it would otherwise occur. ...
    ... should've done it sooner. ...

    Wort des Tages

    bromide
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