listen to the pronunciation of when
Englisch - Türkisch
ne zaman

Hata ne zaman meydana geldi? - When did the error occur?

Genellikle ne zaman yatarsın? - When do you usually go to bed?

dığı zaman

Bir zamanlar bir öğrenci iken onunla tanıştım. - I once met him when I was a student.

Ben bir öğrenci iken, ona sık sık yazdım. - I often wrote to her when I was a student.

conj. ne zaman

Genellikle ne zaman yatarsın? - When do you usually go to bed?

Keşke dışarı çıktığın zaman kapıyı kapatsan. - I wish you would shut the door when you go out.


Ev ödevi yapmam gerektiğinde erkek kardeşim her zaman bana yardım eder. - When I have homework to do, my brother always helps me with it.

Ne zaman orada olmam gerektiğinden emin değilim. - I'm not sure when I should be there.

-diği (gün)
(olması gerektiği) halde
-dığı zaman
-diği zaman
-ması gerektiği halde
(Bilgisayar) zamanı

Yaşamın en iyi zamanı genç olduğun zamandır. - The best time of life is when you are young.

Zamanımız olduğunda onu yapacağız. - We'll do it when we have time.

diği zaman
(Bilgisayar) koşul

Para borç aldığımızda koşulları kabul etmeliyiz. - When we borrow money, we must agree to the conditions.

-ması mümkün olduğu halde
-diğine göre
(mümkün olduğu) halde
(Bilgisayar) tarih

Ben lisede iken benim sevdiğim dersler coğrafya ve tarihti. - When I was at high school the subjects I liked were geography and history.

Büyüdüğümde tarih öğretmek istiyorum. - I want to teach history when I grow up.


Tom ve Mary çocukken birlikte çok vakit geçirdiler. - Tom and Mary spent a lot of time together when they were kids.

Facebook'ta en son ne zaman vakit geçirdin? - When was the last time you spent time on Facebook?

ne zamandan kalma
dığı sırada

O geldiğinde mektubu yazmıştım. - I had written the letter when he came.

Sevdiği genç onunla konuşmak için geldiğinde, o telaşlandı. - She got all flustered when the boy she likes came over to talk to her.

when he comes geleceği zaman
göz önüne alarak
When shall I come? Ne zaman geleyim? Come when you please
-diğinde; -diği zaman; -ince; -diği (gün, saat v.b.): You have to get up when
ta ki

Bir an önce onu kullanmak istediğimi bildiğin halde niçin tavuğu böyle alması zor bir yere koydun? - Why did you put the chicken in such a difficult place to get when you knew that I wanted to use it right away?

olur olmaz
(isim) zaman

REM uykusu sırasında beyin dalgaları uyanıkken olduğu gibidir ve bu, rüyalar gördüğün zamanki aşamadır. - The brain waves during REM sleep are the same as when awake, and it's the stage when you have dreams.

Web sitelerini kullanmak için kayıt sırasında insanların sahte kişisel bilgi vermeleri nadir değildir. - It's not uncommon for people to give fake personal information when registering to use websites.

z. ne zaman: When will they return? Ne zaman dönecekler? bağ
(bağlaç) ne zaman, iken, gerektiğinde, dığı sırada, dığında

Kızgınsan ona kadar; çok kızgınsan yüze kadar say. - When angry, count ten; when very angry, a hundred.

Mesleğiniz ne olursa olsun, ya da bu meslekte ne kadar mutlu olursanız olun, diğer bir mesleği seçmiş olmayı istediğiniz anlar vardır. - No matter what your profession, or how happy you may be in it, there are moments when you wish you had chosen some other career.

by the time
-nceye kadar
by the time
zamana kadar
by the time
-dığı zaman
by the time
-meden önce
when to
ne zaman
by the time
diğim zaman

By the time I reach the age of sixty-five, I will have worked for more than forty.

by the time
-dığında. "By the time you come home."
when to
zaman için
Englisch - Englisch
Used to introduce questions about time

When will they arrive?.

As soon as

I’ll do it when I get the time.

At what time

They were told when to sleep.

At such time as

I’m happiest when I’m working.

At a time in the past

It was raining when I came yesterday.

The time

A good article will cover the who, the what, the when, the where, the why and the how.

The time will come when you will regret this. - The time will come when you will regret it.

Stars emit gamma rays at the time of their explosion. - Stars emanate gamma rays when they explode.

What time; which time

Since when do I need your permission?.

Used to introduce indirect questions about time

Do you know when they arrive?.

{a} at what time, at the same time

We'll start whenever you are ready. - We'll start whenever you're ready.

Come whenever you like. - Come whenever you want to.

{i} time, period of time
pron. in what time; at the time of
At what time; used interrogatively
Val'marka?english | adronato
If something happens when something else is happening, the two things are happening at the same time. When eating a whole cooked fish, you should never turn it over to get at the flesh on the other side Mustard is grown in the field when weeds are there, rather than when the growing crops are there
conj when [OE hwanne]
At what time; at, during, or after the time that; at or just after, the moment that; used relatively
You use when to introduce the reason for an opinion, comment, or question. How can I love myself when I look like this?
You use when in order to introduce a fact or comment which makes the other part of the sentence rather surprising or unlikely. Our mothers sat us down to read and paint, when all we really wanted to do was to make a mess = although
conj. at the hour of; as; whereas
The invoice should be dated The invoice should include the date the goods or services were provided, if different from the invoice date
While; whereas; although; used in the manner of a conjunction to introduce a dependent adverbial sentence or clause, having a causal, conditional, or adversative relation to the principal proposition; as, he chose to turn highwayman when he might have continued an honest man; he removed the tree when it was the best in the grounds
You use when after certain words, especially verbs and adjectives, to introduce a clause where you mention the time at which something happens. I asked him when he'd be back to pick me up I don't know when the decision was made
at what time; at the hour which; as; at the time of; whereas
You use when to introduce a clause which specifies or refers to the time at which something happens. He could remember a time when he had worked like that himself In 1973, when he lived in Rome, his sixteen-year-old son was kidnapped
Which time; then; used elliptically as a noun
as soon as; "once we are home, we can rest"
You use when to introduce a clause in which you mention something which happens at some point during an activity, event, or situation. When I met the Gills, I had been gardening for nearly ten years
You use when to ask questions about the time at which things happen. When are you going home? When is the press conference? When were you in this house last? `I'll be there this afternoon.' --- `When?'
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You use when to introduce a clause where you mention the circumstances under which the event in the main clause happened or will happen. When he brought Imelda her drink she gave him a genuine, sweet smile of thanks I'll start to think about it when I have to write my report
specifies when to submit the generated statements or commands for execution and what action, if any, the procedure must take If an option is not specified, the SUBMIT block statements are collected by SCL in a PREVIEW buffer Options are
by the time

I'll be an old man by the time you finish!.