up in the air

listen to the pronunciation of up in the air
Englisch - Türkisch
havada kalmış
(deyim) Karara bağlanmamış, belli olmayan
belirsiz
mutluluktan uçan
karar verilmemiş; sonu henüz belli olmamış
kararlaştırılmamış
in the air
(Konuşma Dili) belirsiz

Partinin tarihi henüz belirsiz. - The date of the party is still up in the air.

in the air
herkesin aklında
in the air
(deyim) Karara bağlanmamış, belli olmayan
in the air
havada

Balon havada süzülüyordu. - A balloon was floating in the air.

Birkaç kuş havada uçuyordu. - Several birds were flying in the air.

in the air
kararlaştırılmamış

Proje şimdiye kadar kararlaştırılmamıştır. - As yet, the project is in the air.

Karar hâlâ kararlaştırılmamış. - The decision was still in the air.

in the air
ortalıkta dolaşan

Ortalıkta dolaşan söylentiler var. - There are rumors in the air.

in the air
olası
in the air
(deyim) (up) in the air karara baglanmamis,belli degil
Englisch - Englisch
Not yet resolved, finished, answered, decided or certain

I think I can do it quickly, but the exact schedule is still up in the air.

literal: up in or into the sky or air

He threw the ball high up in the air.

not yet determined; "plans are still up in the air"
very uncertain; "left everything up in the air"
not yet determined; "plans are still up in the air
in the air
In the surrounding ambience

As soon as we entered we could feel the excitement and tension in the air.

in the air
In the global feeling, idea, atmosphere, or mood of the time
in the air
Traditionally, a poker tournament starts when the tournament director (or whoever's running things) instructs the dealers to get the cards "in the air " This just means to start dealing
in the air
on everybody's mind; "Christmas was in the air
in the air
contained by the atmosphere; lacking any foundation
in the air
on everybody's mind; "Christmas was in the air"
up in the air

    Silbentrennung

    up in the A·ir

    Türkische aussprache

    ʌp în dhi er

    Aussprache

    /ˈəp ən ᴛʜē ˈer/ /ˈʌp ɪn ðiː ˈɛr/

    Etymologie

    [ '&p ] (adverb.) before 12th century. partly from Middle English up upward, from Old English up; partly from Middle English uppe on high, from Old English; both akin to Old High German uf up and probably to Latin sub under, Greek hypo under, hyper over; more at OVER.

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