spender

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Englisch - Türkisch
harcayan kimse
{i} harcayan
{i} müsrif
spend
{f} harcamak

Tom'u Fransızca çalışmaya ikna etmeye çalışmak için daha fazla zaman harcamak istemedim. - I didn't want to spend any more time trying to convince Tom to study French.

İnsanların yeni mallara harcamak için daha fazla parası vardı. - People had more money to spend on new goods.

spender, squanderer
müsrif, müsrif
spend
{f} (vakit) geçirmek
spend
{f} para harcamak

Tom eskisi kadar çok para harcamak istemiyordu. - Tom didn't want to spend as much money as he did.

Para harcamak beni mutlu etmez ama bir şeyler almak eder. - Spending money doesn't make me happy, but buying things does.

spend
{f} sperm dökmek (balık)
spend
(Tıp) Fışkırtmak
spend
{f} geçirmek (vakit)
spend
harcama yapmak
spend
zaman geçirmek
spend
har vurup harman savurmak
spend
sarfetmek
spend
tüketmek
spend
etkisini azaltmak
spend
geçirmek

Yılın hangi zamanında genellikle sahilde zaman geçirmek istersin? - What time of year do you usually like to spend time on the beach?

Hayatımı seninle geçirmek istiyorum. - I want to spend my life with you.

spend
harçlık
spend
yemek

Tom bir yemek için bu kadar harcamak istemiyordu. - Tom didn't want to spend that much for a meal.

Şu çift güzel lokantalarda yemek yerken oldukça az para harcar. - That couple spends quite a bit of money eating at nice restaurants.

spend
{f} (spent)
spend
tüket/geçir/harca
spend
geçirmek spending money harcanacak para
spend
bol bol vermek
big spender
müsrif
big spender
savurgan

Tom büyük bir savurgan. - Tom is a big spender.

Ben bir savurgan değilim. - I'm not a big spender.

spend
harca

Para harca ve hayattan zevk al! - Spend money and enjoy life!

Kanada civarında bir yerde birkaç dönüm karla ilgili iki ulusun savaşta olduğunu ve bu güzel savaşa tüm Kanada'nın değdiğinden daha çok para harcadıklarını bilirsiniz. - You know that two nations are at war about a few acres of snow somewhere around Canada, and that they are spending on this beautiful war more than the whole of Canada is worth.

spend
(pul) harcamak
spend
kaybetmek

Küçük kozmetik detaylar hakkında endişelenerek zaman kaybetmektense web sitemiz için içerik yaratarak zamanımızı harcamalıyız. - We should spend our time creating content for our website rather than wasting time worrying about minor cosmetic details.

spend
bitirmek
Englisch - Englisch
A person who spends money
{n} one who spends or wastes, a prodigal
one who spends lavishly; a prodigal; a spendthrift
someone who spends money to purchase goods or services English poet and critic (1909-1995)
{i} one who spends money; one who wastes money, spendthrift
someone who spends money prodigally
A person with little proclivity to save money
someone who spends money to purchase goods or services
If a person or organization is a big spender or a compulsive spender, for example, they spend a lot of money or are unable to stop themselves spending money. The Swiss are Europe's biggest spenders on food. someone who spends money
One who spends; esp
English poet and critic (1909-1995)
big spender
One who frequently makes large purchases, especially of extravagant goods
spend
a childish term for money or pocket money

Mam, can I have my spends early this week?.

spend
Discharged semen
spend
amount spent (during a period)

I’m sorry boss, but the advertising spend exceeded the budget again this month.

spend
{f} expend, disburse, put out (money, resources, etc.); pass the time in a particular manner; use; use up, exhaust; waste, squander
spend
pay out; "spend money"
spend
To exhaust of force or strength; to waste; to wear away; as, the violence of the waves was spent
spend
To waste or wear away; to be consumed; to lose force or strength; to vanish; as, energy spends in the using of it
spend
To expend money or any other possession; to consume, use, waste, or part with, anything; as, he who gets easily spends freely
spend
To break ground; to continue working
spend
To weigh or lay out; to dispose of; to part with; as, to spend money for clothing
spend
spend completely; "I spend my pocket money in two days"
spend
If you spend time or energy doing something, you use your time or effort doing it. Engineers spend much time and energy developing brilliant solutions This energy could be much better spent taking some positive action
spend
If you spend a period of time in a place, you stay there for a period of time. We spent the night in a hotel
spend
To consume; to waste; to squander; to exhaust; as, to spend an estate in gaming or other vices
spend
pay out; "spend money" spend completely; "I spend my pocket money in two days" pass (time) in a specific way; "How are you spending your summer vacation?
spend
The spend on a particular thing is the amount of money that is spent on it, or will be spent. the marketing and advertising spend
spend
To bestow; to employ; often with on or upon
spend
When you spend money, you pay money for things that you want. By the end of the holiday I had spent all my money Businessmen spend enormous amounts advertising their products Juventus have spent £23m on new players The survey may cost at least £100 but is money well spent. + spending spend·ing Government spending is expected to fall. = expenditure
spend
pass (time) in a specific way; "How are you spending your summer vacation?"
spend
To be diffused; to spread
spend
to consume, to use, to exhaust
spend
pass (time) in a specific way; "How are you spending your summer vacation?
spend
To pass, as time; to suffer to pass away; as, to spend a day idly; to spend winter abroad
spend
{v} to expend, consume, waste, pass, fatigue
Sir Stephen Harold Spender
born Feb. 28, 1909, London, Eng. died July 16, 1995, London English poet and critic. While an undergraduate at Oxford, Spender met the poets W.H. Auden and C. Day-Lewis. In the 1930s they became identified with politically conscious, leftist "new writing." His poems, expressing a self-critical, compassionate personality, appear in volumes from Poems (1933) to Dolphins (1994). He was better known for his perceptive criticism, as in The Destructive Element (1935), The Making of a Poem (1955), and The Struggle of the Modern (1963), and for his association with the influential review Encounter (1953-67). He also wrote short stories, essays, and autobiography
Sir Stephen Spender
a British poet and critic whose books of poetry include The Still Centre and The Generous Days (1909-95). born Feb. 28, 1909, London, Eng. died July 16, 1995, London English poet and critic. While an undergraduate at Oxford, Spender met the poets W.H. Auden and C. Day-Lewis. In the 1930s they became identified with politically conscious, leftist "new writing." His poems, expressing a self-critical, compassionate personality, appear in volumes from Poems (1933) to Dolphins (1994). He was better known for his perceptive criticism, as in The Destructive Element (1935), The Making of a Poem (1955), and The Struggle of the Modern (1963), and for his association with the influential review Encounter (1953-67). He also wrote short stories, essays, and autobiography
big spender
one who spends lavishly and ostentatiously on entertainment; "the last of the big spenders
spenders
plural of spender
spender

    Silbentrennung

    spend·er

    Türkische aussprache

    spendır

    Antonyme

    saver

    Aussprache

    /ˈspendər/ /ˈspɛndɜr/

    Etymologie

    [ 'spend ] (verb.) 13th century. Middle English, from Old English and Old French; Old English spendan, from Latin expendere to expend; Old French despendre, from Latin dispendere to weigh out; more at DISPENSE.

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