speak for

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Englisch - Türkisch
sözcülük etmek
önceden ayırtmak
adına konuş

Tom'un kendi adına konuşmasına izin vereceğiz. - We'll let Tom speak for himself.

Kendi adına konuş Tom. - Speak for yourself, Tom.

1. (birinin) lehinde konuşmak. 2. (birinin) yerine konuşmak
adına konuşmak
temsil etmek
(bir şeyin/şeylerin) ne olduğu meydanda/ortada/aşikâr olmak: The sound job of restoration that's been done here speaks for itself. Burada
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- -in lehinde konuşmak 2- -ın adına konuşmak
(deyim) speak for itself/themselves durum acik oldugu icin fazla konusmaya gerek olmamak
lehinde konuşmak
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{f} konuşmak

İngilizce konuşmak kolay değildir. - It's not easy to speak English.

İngilizce konuşmak kolay değildir. - Speaking English isn't easy.

speak
{f} söz söylemek
speak
{f} (gerçeği/sözü) söylemek: He couldn't speak a word. Hiçbir söz söyleyemedi
speak
{f} söylemek

Açıkça söylemek gerekirse, seninle aynı fikirde değilim. - Frankly speaking, I don't agree with you.

Sanırım söylemek istediğim bir şeyi neredeyse tamamen söylemek için yeterince iyi şekilde Fransızca konuşabilirim. - I think I can speak French well enough to say pretty much anything I want to say.

speak
{f} göstermek (özellik)
speak
konuş

İngilizce konuşabiliyor musun? - Can you speak English?

O benimle konuşmuyor. - She doesn't speak to me.

speak
{f} (spoke, spo.ken)
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{f} ses çıkarmak

Bir yerli konuşan gibi ses çıkarmak istiyorsan bu çok iş gerektirir. - If you want to sound like a native speaker, it'll take a lot of work.

Bir dil ne kadar çok ülkede konuşulursa, yerli konuşanı gibi ses çıkarmak o kadar daha az önemlidir, çünkü o dilin konuşanları değişik lehçeler duymaya alışkındır. - The more countries a language is spoken in, the less important it is to sound like a native speaker, since speakers of that language are accustomed to hearing various dialects.

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{f} haberleşmek
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önemli

Seninle önemli bir şey hakkında konuşmak zorundayım. - I have to speak to you about something important.

Tom Mary'nin Fransızca konuşmayı öğrenmesinin önemli olduğunu düşünüyor. - Tom thinks it important for Mary to learn how to speak French.

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(Bilgisayar) seslendir
speak
belirtmek
speak
bilmek

Tom Fransızca bilmektedir ve ayrıca İngilizce bilmektedir. - Tom speaks French and also speaks English.

Tom Fransızca konuşabilip konuşamayacağımı bilmek istedi. - Tom wanted to know if I could speak French.

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konuşma yapmak
speak
konuşabilmek

Rusçayı akıcı bir şekilde konuşabilmek isterim. - I want to be able to speak Russian fluently.

O, hem İngilizceyi hem de Fransızcayı çok iyi konuşabilmektedir. - He can speak both English and French very well.

speak
düşünceleri iletmek
speak
açıkla
speak
bahsini etmek
speak
nutuk söylemek
speak
işaretle konuşmak Speak Haydi
speak
havla speak by the book
Englisch - Englisch
To speak on somebody's behalf

I think I speak for the whole group when I say that we're glad you came.

To claim, reserve, or occupy

Be sure to speak for a seat early, if you plan to attend.

To represent an intrinsic quality

You really do deserve to be published - your recent articles speak for themselves.

be a spokesperson for; "He represents the Government's position"
be a spokesperson for; "He represents the Government's position
talk in the name of; present ideas and opinions
speak
To communicate (some fact or feeling); to bespeak, to indicate

There he sat, his very indifference speaking a nature in which there lurked no civilized hypocrisies and bland deceits.

speak
a low class bar, a speakeasy
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To communicate with one's voice, to say words out loud

You're speaking too fast.

speak
To utter

And they will deceive every one his neighbour, and will not speak the truth: they have taught their tongue to speak lies, and weary themselves to commit iniquity.

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When you speak, you use your voice in order to say something. He tried to speak, but for once, his voice had left him I rang the hotel and spoke to Louie She says she must speak with you at once She cried when she spoke of Oliver. as I spoke these idiotic words. + spoken spo·ken a marked decline in the standards of written and spoken English in Britain
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{v} to talk, utter, pronounce, address, celebrate
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If you speak a foreign language, you know the language and are able to have a conversation in it. He doesn't speak English
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express in speech; "She talks a lot of nonsense"; "This depressed patient does not verbalize"
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If you say `Speak for yourself' when someone has said something, you mean that what they have said is only their opinion or applies only to them. `We're not blaming you,' Kate said. `Speak for yourself,' Boris muttered
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To declare; to proclaim; to publish; to make known; to exhibit; to express in any way
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When someone speaks to a group of people, they make a speech. When speaking to the seminar Mr Franklin spoke of his experience, gained on a recent visit to Trinidad He's determined to speak at the Democratic Convention The President spoke of the need for territorial compromise
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If you speak for a group of people, you make their views and demands known, or represent them. He said it was the job of the Church to speak for the underprivileged I speak for all 7,000 members of our organization
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If you are on speaking terms with someone, you are quite friendly with them and often talk to them. For a long time her mother and her grandmother had hardly been on speaking terms
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If a person or thing is spoken for or has been spoken for, someone has claimed them or asked for them, so no-one else can have them. She'd probably drop some comment about her `fiancé' into the conversation so that he'd think she was already spoken for
speak
use language; "the baby talks already"; "the prisoner won't speak"; "they speak a strange dialect"
speak
To utter in a word or words; to say; to tell; to declare orally; as, to speak the truth; to speak sense
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to speak your mind: see mind to speak volumes: see volume
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To utter with the mouth; to pronounce; to utter articulately, as human beings
speak
{f} talk; say; express; give a speech; mention, indicate
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You use so to speak to draw attention to the fact that you are describing or referring to something in a way that may be amusing or unusual rather than completely accurate. I ought not to tell you but I will, since you're in the family, so to speak
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People sometimes mention something that has been written by saying what the author speaks of. Throughout the book Liu speaks of the abuse of Party power St Paul speaks of the body as the `temple of the Holy Spirit'
speak
To talk or converse in; to utter or pronounce, as in conversation; as, to speak Latin
speak
To convey sentiments, ideas, or intelligence as if by utterance; as, features that speak of self-will
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If you speak well of someone or speak highly of someone, you say good things about them. If you speak ill of someone, you criticize them. Both spoke highly of the Russian president It seemed she found it difficult to speak ill of anyone
speak
To communicate with ones voice, to say words out loud
speak
To deliver a message to a group; to deliver a speech
speak
language, jargon, or terminology used uniquely in a particular environment or group
speak
To have a conversation
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If two people are not speaking, they no longer talk to each other because they have quarrelled. He is not speaking to his mother because of her friendship with his ex-wife The co-stars are still not speaking
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To utter a speech, discourse, or harangue; to adress a public assembly formally
speak
make a characteristic or natural sound; "The drums spoke"
speak
To give sound; to sound
speak
To discourse; to make mention; to tell
speak
use language; "the baby talks already"; "the prisoner won't speak"; "they speak a strange dialect" make a characteristic or natural sound; "The drums spoke
speak
To utter words or articulate sounds, as human beings; to express thoughts by words; as, the organs may be so obstructed that a man may not be able to speak
speak
make a characteristic or natural sound; "The drums spoke
speak
To be able to communicate in a language
speak
give a speech to; "The chairman addressed the board of trustees"
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Nothing to speak of means `hardly anything' or `only unimportant things'. They have no weaponry to speak of `Any fresh developments?' --- `Nothing to speak of.'
speak
To communicate or converse by some means other than orally, such as writing or facial expressions
speak
exchange thoughts; talk with; "We often talk business"; "Actions talk louder than words"
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To address; to accost; to speak to
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To express opinions; to say; to talk; to converse
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If you say that something speaks for itself, you mean that its meaning or quality is so obvious that it does not need explaining or pointing out. the figures speak for themselves -- low order books, bleak prospects at home and a worsening outlook for exports see also speaking
speak for

    Türkische aussprache

    spik fôr

    Aussprache

    /ˈspēk ˈfôr/ /ˈspiːk ˈfɔːr/

    Etymologie

    [ 'spEk ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English speken, from Old English sprecan, specan; akin to Old High German sprehhan to speak, Greek spharageisthai to crackle.

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