to confess

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Englisch - Türkisch
itiraf etmek
günah çıkartmak
itiraf etmek

Aşık olduktan sonra en büyük sevinç birinin aşkını itiraf etmektir. - The greatest joy after being in love is confessing one's love.

Tom'a itiraf etmek için bir şans vermeliyiz. - We should give Tom a chance to confess.

günah çıkarmak
{f} söylemek

Yalan söylemek zorunda kaldığını itiraf etti. - He confessed he had to lie.

{f} günah çıkartmak
kabul etmek
{f} kabullenmek
itiraf et

O, ırkçı gruplarla temas halinde olduğunu mahkemede itiraf etti. - He confessed in court that he was in touch with racist groups.

İtiraf etmeyi başardı. - He did not fail to confess.

{f} itiraf etmek
teyit ve tasdik etmek
garanti etmek
kuvvetle söylemek
{f} doğrulamak
günah çıkar/itiraf et
teslim ederek
şiir belli etmek
doğrulamak teslim etmek
Englisch - Englisch
To admit to the truth, particularly in the context of sins or crimes committed
{v} to acknowledge, grant, own, show
If someone confesses or confesses their sins, they tell God or a priest about their sins so that they can be forgiven. You just go to the church and confess your sins Once we have confessed our failures and mistakes to God, we should stop feeling guilty
To make confession; to disclose sins or faults, or the state of the conscience
confess to God in the presence of a priest, as in the Catholic faith
To disclose or reveal
admit, make a clean breast of; "She confessed that she had taken the money"
To acknowledge; to admit; to concede
confess to God in the presence of a priest, as in the Catholic faith confess to a punishable or reprehensible deed, usually under pressure
If someone confesses to doing something wrong, they admit that they did it. He had confessed to seventeen murders I had expected her to confess that she only wrote these books for the money Most rape victims confess a feeling of helplessness Ray changed his mind, claiming that he had been forced into confessing `I played a very bad match,' he confessed. = admit deny
{f} admit (guilt, etc.); declare faith in; tell one's sins to a priest
politeness You use expressions like `I confess', `I must confess', or `I have to confess' to apologize slightly for admitting something you are ashamed of or that you think might offend or annoy someone. I confess it's got me baffled I must confess I'm not a great enthusiast for long political programmes. = admit
To make acknowledgment or avowal in a matter pertaining to one's self; to acknowledge, own, or admit, as a crime, a fault, a debt
To hear or receive such confession; - - said of a priest
To acknowledge faith in; to profess belief in
To admit as true; to assent to; to acknowledge, as after a previous doubt, denial, or concealment
To make known or acknowledge, as one's sins to a priest, in order to receive absolution; sometimes followed by the reflexive pronoun
To disclose or reveal, as an effect discloses its cause; to prove; to attest
confess to a punishable or reprehensible deed, usually under pressure
{f} disbosom
{f} avow oneself
to confess


    to con·fess

    Türkische aussprache

    tı kınfes


    /tə kənˈfes/ /tə kənˈfɛs/


    [ t&, tu, 'tü ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tO; akin to Old High German zuo to, Latin donec as long as, until.


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