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Definition von wist im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

wit
ince zekâ

Ben senin ince zekana sahip değilim. - I don't have your wit.

wit
nükte

Tom sık sık nükte yapar. - Tom frequently makes witty remarks.

Eski arkadaşının fişini çekerken, herkes ölür dedi genellikle nükteci doktor. - Everybody dies, said the usually witty doctor as he pulled the plug on his old friend.

wit
ince espri

O kitabı yazan kişi hem mizah hem de ince espriye sahiptir, değil mi? - The person who wrote that book is possessed of both humour and wit, isn't he?

İnce espri konuşmaya lezzet verir. - Wit gives zest to conversation.

wit
zeka kıvraklığı
wit
akıl

Çılgınlık yapmadan yaşayan insan düşündüğü kadar akıllı değildir. - Who lives without folly is not so wise as he thinks.

Tüm insanlar özgür, şeref ve haklar bakımından eşit doğar. Akıl ve vicdana sahiplerdir ve birbirlerine karşı kardeşlik ruhuyla hareket etmelidir. - All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

wit
farkında olmak
wit
espritüel kimse
wit
nüktecilik
wit
nüktedanlık
wit
{f} öğrenmek

Eğer yabancı bir dili iyi öğrenmek istiyorsanız, o dili bir yerli ile mümkün olduğunca sık konuşmalısınız. - If you want to learn a foreign language well, you should speak that language with native speakers as often as you can.

Bizimle kimin kaldığını öğrenmek istiyorum. - I want to know who's staying with us.

wit
{f} bilmek

Tom gelecek hafta bizimle Boston'a gitmeyi planlayıp planlamadığını bilmek istiyor. - Tom wants to know if you're planning on going to Boston with us next weekend.

Bu gece kiminle çıkacağını bilmek istiyorum. - I want to know who you're going out with tonight.

wit
nüktedan kimse
wit
espritüellik
wit
{f} farkında ol

Tom'un ebeveynleri olmadan müzeye girmesine izin verilmeyeceğinin farkında olmamasının pek mümkün olmadığını düşünüyorum. - I think it's highly unlikely that Tom was not aware that he wouldn't be allowed to enter the museum without his parents.

O farkında olmadan Tom'un arka kapısında sızdım. - I just snuck in Tom's back door without him noticing.

wit
us
wit
{i} zeki kimse
wit
demek ki
wit
{f} yâni

Yani benim fikrimin nesi var? - So what's wrong with my idea?

Yani sonuçta, Web'i dil öğrenmede daha iyi bir yer yapmak için biz Tatoeba ile sadece temelleri inşa ediyoruz. - So ultimately, with Tatoeba we are only building the foundations… to make the Web a better place for language learning.

wistful
hasret dolu
wistful
özlem dolu
wistful
efkarlı
wit
zekâ

Ben senin ince zekana sahip değilim. - I don't have your wit.

Doğa ona zeka ve güzellik vermiş. - Nature endowed her with wit and beauty.

wit
fikir
wistful
özlemli
wistful
istekli
wistful
hüzünlü
wit
zekâ kıvraklığı
wit
nükteci kimse
wit
anlayış

İyi bir espri anlayışı zor dönemlerle başa çıkmana yardımcı olacaktır. - A good sense of humor will help you deal with hard times.

Bazı normlarla ilgili temel bir anlayış olmadan, iletişim mümkün değildir. - Without a basic understanding of certain norms, communication is impossible.

wistful
Düşünceli, dalgın
wit
farkında ol(mak)
wistful
düşünceli
wistful
{s} özlemiş
wistful
{s} hasret çeken
wistful
istekle
wistful
{s} arzulu
wistful
wistfullyarzuyla
wistful
(sıfat) istekli, arzulu, hasret çeken, özlemiş, dalgın, düşünceli
wistful
wist fulnessisteklilik
wistful
özlemlilik
wistfully
efkarlı bir biçimde
wistfully
özlem dolu bir halde
wistfully
isteklice
wistfully
arzuyla
wistfully
özlemli olarak
wistfully
istekli olarak
Englisch - Englisch
To know, be aware of
Simple past tense and past participle of wit

And lang ere witless Jeanie wist, / Her heart was tint, her peace was stown!.

obsolete, past of wit
Past tense and past participle of wit
Knew
wistful
full of yearning or longing
wit
Intelligence; common sense

The opportunity was right in front of you, and you didn't even have the wit to take it!.

wit
The senses
wit
Spoken humour, especially when clever or quick

The best man's speech was hilarious, full of wit and charm.

wit
Know, be aware of

She looked through these to God and was God’s priest.

wit
The ability to think quickly; mental cleverness, especially under short time constraints

My father had a quick wit and a steady hand.

wit
Intellectual ability; faculty of thinking, reasoning

Where she has gone to is beyond the wit of man to say.

wit
Sanity

He's gone completely out of his wits.

wit
a witty amusing person who makes jokes
wistful
{a} earnest, attentive, full of thought or desire
wistfully
{a} earnestly, attentively
wit
{n} a man of genius, quickness of fancy understanding, sense, judgement
wit
{v} to know, understand, blame
wistful
full of longing or unfulfilled desire; "those wistful little ads that the lovelorn place in the classifieds"
wistful
sad and thoughtful
wistful
Someone who is wistful is rather sad because they want something and know that they cannot have it. I can't help feeling slightly wistful about the perks I'm giving up. thinking sadly about something you would like to have but cannot have, especially something that you used to have in the past (wistly (15-18 centuries), probably from whist (15-20 centuries); influenced by wishful)
wistful
full of longing or unfulfilled desire; "those wistful little ads that the lovelorn place in the classifieds
wistful
Longing; wishful; desirous
wistful
showing pensive sadness; "the sensitive and wistful response of a poet to the gentler phases of beauty"
wistful
Full of thought; eagerly attentive; meditative; musing; pensive; contemplative
wistful
{s} yearningly pensive, dreamy with longing (especially for things past); melancholy, sad
wistfully
in a wistful manner; "his sister would have looked beautiful in that dress, he thought wistfully, just like an angel
wistfully
In a wistful manner}
wistfully
in a wistful manner, longingly, yearningly
wisting
nonstandard, obsolete, present participle of wist
wit
{i} intellect; reason; cleverness; sharpness; one who is sharp
wit
To wit is used to indicate that you are about to state or describe something more precisely. He'd like `happiness' to be given a new and more scientifically descriptive label, to wit `Major affective disorder, pleasant type'. = namely
wit
emphasis You can use wits in expressions such as frighten someone out of their wits and scare the wits out of someone to emphasize that a person or thing worries or frightens someone very much. You scared us out of our wits. We heard you had an accident
wit
mental ability; "he's got plenty of brains but no common sense"
wit
The ability to think quickly; mental cleverness, especially wittiness
wit
If you have your wits about you or keep your wits about you, you are alert and ready to act in a difficult situation. Travellers need to keep their wits about them
wit
emphasis If you say that you are at your wits' end, you are emphasizing that you are so worried and exhausted by problems or difficulties that you do not know what to do next. We row a lot and we never have time on our own. I'm at my wit's end
wit
If you describe someone as a wit, you mean that they have the ability to use words or ideas in an amusing, clever, and imaginative way. Holmes was gregarious, a great wit, a man of wide interests
wit
Felicitous association of objects not usually connected, so as to produce a pleasant surprise; also
wit
If you pit your wits against someone, you compete against them in a test of knowledge or intelligence. He has to pit his wits against an adversary who is cool, clever and cunning
wit
A person of eminent sense or knowledge; a man of genius, fancy, or humor; one distinguished for bright or amusing sayings, for repartee, and the like
wit
A mental faculty, or power of the mind; used in this sense chiefly in the plural, and in certain phrases; as, to lose one's wits; at one's wits' end, and the like
wit
Wit is the ability to use words or ideas in an amusing, clever, and imaginative way. Boulding was known for his biting wit
wit
You can refer to your ability to think quickly and cleverly in a difficult situation as your wits. She has used her wits to progress to the position she holds today
wit
To know; to learn
wit
A person who tells funny anecdotes or jokes; someone witty
wit
Mind; intellect; understanding; sense
wit
{f} know (Archaic)
wit
If you say that someone has the wit to do something, you mean that they have the intelligence and understanding to make the right decision or take the right action in a particular situation. The information is there and waiting to be accessed by anyone with the wit to use it. = sense
wit
a message whose ingenuity or verbal skill or incongruity has the power to evoke laughter
wit
the power of readily combining objects in such a manner
wist

    Türkische aussprache

    wîst

    Aussprache

    /ˈwəst/ /ˈwɪst/

    Etymologie

    [ 'wist ] (transitive verb.) 1508. Past indicative of wit: from Old English witan, from Proto-Germanic *witanan, from Proto-Indo-European *weid-, *wid- (“see, know”). Cognate with Dutch weten, German wissen, Swedish veta, and Latin videō (“I see”). Compare guide.

    Tempora

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