umpteen

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Englisch - Türkisch
pek çok sayıda
(Konuşma Dili) pek çok
bir çok
birçok
çok
{s} sayısız
bir sürü
umpteen times
sayısız kereler
umpteen times
bir çok kere
umpteenth
sayısız
umpteenth
{s} çok
umpteenth
bininci
Englisch - Englisch
Relatively large but unspecified in number

She's taking umpteen friends with her to the party.

{i} many, great number (Slang)
emphasis Umpteen can be used to refer to an extremely large number of things or people. He was interrupted by applause umpteen times He has produced umpteen books, plays and television series. = countless. very many - used especially when you are annoyed there are so many
innumerable but many
{s} very many, of a great number (Slang)
umpteenth
Occurring in a relatively large but unspecified position in a sequence

That's the umpteenth time I've had to tell him not to swear in front of the children.

umpteenth
The person or thing in the umpteenth position in a series
umpteenth
Occurring in a relatively large but unspecified position in a series
umpteenth
Highly conservative estimate of the number of times Mom must instruct her offspring to do something before it actually gets done
umpteenth
{s} pertaining to one in a succession of very many (Slang)
umpteenth
emphasis You use umpteenth to indicate that an occasion, thing, or person happens or comes after many others. He checked his watch for the umpteenth time She was now on her umpteenth gin. if something happens for the umpteenth time, it happens again after having happened many times before - used when you are annoyed that it has happened so often (umpty (a joke word) (1900-2000) + -teenth (as in thirteenth))
umpteenth
: A lot
umpteenth
last in an indefinitely numerous series
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von umpteen im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

kıyamet gibi/kadar lots of, umpteen
galore
umpteen

    Silbentrennung

    ump·teen

    Türkische aussprache

    ʌmptin

    Aussprache

    /ˈəmpˈtēn/ /ˈʌmpˈtiːn/

    Etymologie

    [ '&m(p)-"tEn, "&m(p)-' ] (adjective.) 1918. umpty (“colloquial name for the dash "—" in Morse code”) +‎ -teen

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