though

listen to the pronunciation of though
Englisch - Türkisch
gerçi

Sen Meksikalı değil misin? Evet, gerçi şimdi Arjantin'de yaşıyorum. - Aren't you Mexican? Yes, though now I live in Argentina.

Sanırım Tom Fransızca konuşabilir. Hatalı olabilirim gerçi. - I think Tom can speak French. I could be wrong, though.

-diği halde, ise de; -e rağmen/karşın: Though they know he's a fool, they still like him. Aptal olduğunu bilmelerine rağmen onu
yine de

O, kötü havaya rağmen yine de geldi. - He came even though the weather was bad.

Yine de büyük olasılıkla ne olacağını tahmin edebilirsin. - You can probably guess what happens though.

(bağlaç) gerçi, olduğu halde, karşın, rağmen, olsa da, sa bile
conj. gerçi
buna rağmen
her ne kadar, her ne halde
karşın

Jim ile hiç karşılaşmamış olmama karşın, ben hemen onu ayırt ederim. - Though I had never met Jim, I could pick him out right away.

Kaybolma ihtimalimize karşın, yönleri yazmayı düşündüm. - We thought we would write out the directions, in case you got lost.

bağ

Öldükten sonra hiç organlarınızı bağışlamayı düşündünüz mü? - Have you ever thought about donating your organs after you die?

Eğer üniversiteye gidebilirse ebeveynlerinden ekonomik olarak bağımsız olabileceğini düşündü. - She thought that she could become economically independent from her parents if she went to college.

oysaki
-e karşın
(Havacılık) e rağmen
ise de
güya
(Havacılık) dığı halde
-diği halde
-se bile
halde

Bay Smith, söz verdiği hâlde henüz dönmedi. - Mr. Smith hasn't turned up yet though he promised to.

Gelmek için söz verdiği halde Bay Smith henüz dönmedi. - Mr Smith has not turned up yet though he promised to come.

-e rağmen
karamazdan
herşeye rağmen
rağmen

Yorgun olmama rağmen sıkı çalışacağım. - Though I am tired, I will work hard.

Küçük ev, şimdiye kadar tıpkı altındaki kadar iyi olmasına rağmen,eski püskü görünmeye başladı. - The small house had come to look shabby, though it was just as good as ever underneath.

olduğu halde

Hava kötü olduğu halde geldi. - He came even though the weather was bad.

olsa da

Bu, isteğe bağlı olsa da hala ev ödevini yapman gerekiyor. - Even though it's optional, you should still do the homework.

Hafif bir suçluluk duygusu olsa da o kendini gülmekten alamadı. - He could not refrain from smiling, though with a slight sense of guilt.

bununla birlikte
sa bile
velev
oysa
fakat

Evdeki her şeyi yediğimizi düşünmüştüm, fakat bir kutu kraker daha buldum. - I thought we had eaten everything in the house, but I found another box of crackers.

Bunun kolay olacağını düşünmüştüm, fakat bütün gün çalışıyoruz ve hâlâ bitirmedik. - I thought doing this would be easy, but we've been working all day and we're still not finished.

although
rağmen

Haritaya güvenmeme rağmen o hatalıydı. - Although I trusted the map, it was mistaken.

Genç olmasına rağmen gri sakalı var. - Although he's young, he has a grey beard.

though I say so myself
övünmek gibi olmasın ama
though customer
(deyim) zor müşteri
though schools out reach
(Eğitim) ulaşılması zorlu okullar
though the roof
çok yüksek
though the roof
beklenenden daha yüksek
though not
olmasa
though provision
tedbirlere rağmen

Though provisions were made in the building for holes of any type.

though!
se!
though-looking
sert görünüşlü
although
olduğu halde
even though
-diği halde
even though
olduğu halde

Hava kötü olduğu halde geldi. - He came even though the weather was bad.

although
bağ. -diği halde, ise de, olmakla beraber: Although he's old he's a good dancer. Yaşlı olduğu halde iyi dans eder. Although I tried hard it
even though
olmasına rağmen

O, yorgun olmasına rağmen çalışmaya devam etti. - She kept working even though she was tired.

O, çok yaşlı olmasına rağmen, o sağlıklıdır. - Even though he's very old, he's healthy.

although
ise de
even though
öyle bile olsa
although
gerçi
although
bununla birlikte
although
bile olsa
although
ile beraber
although
-diği halde
although
ile birlikte
although
halde

Bitkin olduğum halde, işe devam ettim. - Although I was exhausted, I continued to work.

Onunla gerçekte tanışmadığımız halde Mary hakkında çok şey biliyorum. - Although I know a lot about Mary, I haven't actually met her.

although
-dığı halde
as though
-cesine
even though
-se bile
even though
bile

Tom gerçekten ilgilenmiş olsa bile Mary'nin geçmişiyle ilgilenmediğini söyledi. - Tom said he didn't care about Mary's past even though he really did.

Kanıtlayamasan bile neyin doğru olduğuna inanırsın? - What do you believe is true even though you cannot prove it?

even though
bile olsa
ever though
sa da
ever though
se de
ever though
rağmen
it seems as though
gibi görünüyor
although
karamazdan
although
her ne halde
although
olmasına rağmen

Ekonomi zayıf olmasına rağmen, bazı şirketler hâlâ kazanç sağlıyor. - Although the economy is weak, some companies are still making a profit.

Genç olmasına rağmen, çok dikkatlidir. - Although he is young, he is very careful.

although
olmakla beraber
although
-e karşın
as though
-mış gibi
as though
wh. : ıf.sanki
even though
öyle olsa da
even though
-e rağmen
even though
-e karşın
even though
e rağmen
It seems as if/as though ...
Sanki .../Galiba .../... imiş gibi
although; though; however
rağmen; rağmen, ancak
as though
Sanki, ... gibi, -cesine: "İt was as though he'd never seen me before. - Sanki daha önce beni hiç görmemişti."
as though
sanki, -mış gibi
even though
velev ki
even though
-se bile, -e rağmen: "Even though he studied hard, he couldn't pass the exam. - Çok çalıştığı halde sınavı veremedi."
get though
ama olsun
look as if/though sth has been stirred with a stick
çıfıt çarşısına dönmek
look as though
sanki bak
looking sideways, as though warily
yan bakan olarak ihtiyatla rağmen
swear so.'s way though
yemin ederim o kadar. 'yol olsa s
what though
-se ne fark eder, -se bile
although
baçlaç gerçi
although
conj. karşın
although
karşın

Bob maskeli olmasına karşın, ben onu bir bakışta tanıdım. - Although Bob was in disguise, I recognized him at a glance.

İkiz olmalarına karşın onların karşıt kişilikleri vardı. - Although they were twins, they were of opposite personalities.

although
(bağlaç) karşın, ise de, rağmen, olduğu halde, gerçi
as though
(Fiili Deyim ) sanki , imiş gibi
as though
sanki, ... gibi, -cesine: We behaved as though we'd known each other for years. Yıllardır tanışırmış gibi davrandık. It was as though he'd
as though
sözde
even though
-e rağmen, -diği halde: Even though he studied hard, he couldn't pass the exam. Çok çalıştığı halde sınavı veremedi
even though
olsa bile

Biraz soğuk olsa bile yüzmeye gidelim. - Even though it's a bit cold, let's go swimming.

Küçük olsa bile hala harika bir arabadır. - Even though it's small, it's still a great car.

hard though nut to crack
(deyim) catalli is, cetin is;idaresi guc kimse
offensive though at fault
hem suçlu hem güçlü
Englisch - Englisch
Despite the fact that; although

Though it’s risky, it’s worth taking the chance.

Used to intensify statements or questions; indeed

Man, it's hot in here. — Isn't it, though?.

Despite that; however

I will do it, though.

If, that, even if

Walk on through the wind, / Walk on through the rain, / Though your dreams be tossed and blown.

However; nevertheless; notwithstanding; used in familiar language, and in the middle or at the end of a sentence
(postpositive) however; "it might be unpleasant, though
{v} old verb in the imperative mode, ome correctly written tho; grant, admit, suppose
{n} grant, admit, be it so
You can say though I say so myself or even though I say it myself when you are praising yourself or something you have done, but do not want to sound too proud. I'm a good cook, though I say it myself
(postpositive) however; "it might be unpleasant, though"
You use though to indicate that the information in a clause contrasts with or modifies information given in a previous sentence or sentences. I like him. Though he makes me angry sometimes
Granting, admitting, or supposing that; notwithstanding that; if
as though: see as even though: see even
despite the fact that; "even though she knew the answer, she did not respond"
You use though to introduce a statement in a subordinate clause which contrasts with the statement in the main clause. You often use though to introduce a fact which you regard as less important than the fact in the main clause. Gaelic has been a dying language for many years, though children are nowadays taught it in school After news of this new court case Ford broke down again, though he blamed the breakdown on his work = although
conj. despite, in spite of
You use though to introduce a subordinate clause which gives some information that is relevant to the main clause and weakens the force of what it is saying. I look back on it as the bloodiest winter of the war = although
anyway
tho
though-
despite the fact that; "even though she knew the answer, she did not respond"
though-
(postpositive) however; "it might be unpleasant, though"
Though.
thof
although
But, except

It was difficult, although not as difficult as we had expected.

although
Though, even though, in spite of the fact that: introducing a clause that expresses a concession

Although it was very muddy, the football game went on.

as though
As to suggest the idea that; as if, as would be true if

She reached out, as though to touch my face.

even though
Although, though; despite or in spite of the fact that

She left him, even though she still loved him.

although
notwithstanding
even though
although, in spite of the fact that, despite the fact that
although
Grant all this; be it that; supposing that; notwithstanding; though
although
{v} a verb in the imperative mode undeclined ,grant, allow, admit
get-though
Marked by resoluteness, aggressiveness, or austerity

The government's new get-tough policy on organized crime.

Although
despite the fact that; "even though she knew the answer, she did not respond"
Although
howbeit
Although
altho
adverb though 2
S1 used after adding a fact, opinion, or question which seems surprising after what you have just said, or which makes what you have just said seem less true
although
You use although to introduce a subordinate clause which gives some information that is relevant to the main clause but modifies the strength of that statement. He was in love with her, although he did not put that name to it. = though
although
while
although
but, except that
although
You use although to introduce a subordinate clause which contains a statement which contrasts with the statement in the main clause. Although he is known to only a few, his reputation among them is very great Although the shooting has stopped for now, the destruction left behind is enormous
although
You use although when admitting a fact about something which you regard as less important than a contrasting fact. Although they're expensive, they last forever and never go out of style
although
in spite of (the fact that...)
although
despite the fact that; "even though she knew the answer, she did not respond
although
conj. despite the fact that, in spite of the fact that
although
You use although to introduce a subordinate clause which contains a statement which makes the main clause of the sentence seem surprising or unexpected. Although I was only six, I can remember seeing it on TV = though
as though
as if

Tom is acting as if nothing has happened. - Tom is acting as though nothing has happened.

Tom is acting as if nothing's happened. - Tom is acting as though nothing's happened.

as though
As if: looked as though they had been quarreling
look as though
appear as if, seem as if
Türkisch - Englisch
tho'
though

    Türkische aussprache

    dhō

    Aussprache

    /ˈᴛʜō/ /ˈðoʊ/

    Etymologie

    [ [th]O ] (conjunction.) before 12th century. Middle English thagh, thaugh from Old English þēah, later superceded in many dialects by Middle English thogh, though from Old Norse *þóh (later þó), both from Proto-Germanic *þauh (“though”) from Proto-Indo-European *to-. Akin to Old Frisian þāh "though", Old Saxon þōh "though" (Dutch doch), Old High German dōh "though, but, yet, nevertheless" (German doch). More at that.

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