yâr

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Türkisch - Englisch
Split
scarp
precipice
precipice, cliff
cliff
love

I'd love to help you out, but I'm terribly busy. - Sana yardım etmek isterim ama çok fazla meşgulüm.

I love to help others. - Başkalarına yardım etmeyi severim.

friend
lover; friend
beloved, love; lover
helper
lover
rive

If the weather's good tomorrow, let's go to the river to swim. - Yarın hava iyi olursa, nehre yüzmeye gidelim.

If it's a good day tomorrow, let's go to the river to swim. - Yarın hava iyi olursa, nehre yüzmeye gidelim.

{f} rived
cleave
{f} riven
{f} slit
clove

Is eating a clove of garlic every day beneficial to your health? - Her gün bir diş sarımsak yemek sağlığınız için yararlı mıdır?

cloven
recourse

His last recourse will be to go to his father for help. - Onun son başvurusu yardım için babasına gitmek olacak.

incise
{f} breach
yar almak
to split
yâr olmak
to help, assist, be a help
yâr olmak
to assist, to help
felek yâr olursa
if all goes well
kimseye yar olmayan şey
white elephant
Englisch - Englisch
Quick and agile; easy to hand, reef and steer

to make a ship best weighed, or yarest in her going.

Yemen Arab Republic [Yemen (Sanaa) or North Yemen]; used for information dated before 22 May 1990 or CY91
Youth at Risk
A nautical exclamation used by sailors or pirates to express anger, dismay or approval
No real translation, just used at the end of a verb to make it a command Not meant to be used when speaking to superiors Examples
Yard and silvviculture materials including bark, woodchips, leaves, grass clippings, brush, small tree limbs, and stumps
Especially of a sailboat, of a vessel which is quick, and agile. Of one which is easy to hand, reef and steer
Baby Yar
Large ravine near Kiev, Ukraine, the site of a mass grave of some 100,000 people killed by German Nazi SS squads between 1941 and 1943. Most of the victims were Jews, but some were communist officials and Russian prisoners of war. After the initial massacre of Jews, Baby Yar remained in use as an execution site for Soviet prisoners of war and for Roma (Gypsies) as well as for Jews. It became the symbol of the first stage of killing during the Holocaust and of the massacres by the Einsatzgruppen (German: "deployment groups") the mobile killing units. The site came to world attention after the 1961 publication of Yevgeny Yevtushenko's poem Baby Yar. Though a small obelisk and memorial were erected in the 1960s and '70s, not until 1991 was the identity of the Jewish victims recorded on the monument by the newly independent Ukrainian government
Türkisch - Türkisch
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Âşık. Mâşuk, sevgili
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Yardımcı
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Dost, ahbab, tanıdık
Sel sularının toprağı aşındırmasıyla meydana gelen yer yarığı, uçurum
Uçurum
Deniz, göl, ırmak gibi su kıyılarında veya karada dik yer, uçurum: "Deveyi yardan uçuran bir tutam ottur."- Atasözü
Yarık, çatlak
yar olmak
Yardım etmek, yararlı olmak
A'YAR
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (Ayr. C.) Eşekler
Mİ'YAR
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Ölçü. Bir şeyin kıymet ve vasfını gösterir olan
yalı yar
Yüksek kıyılarda dalga aşındırmasıyla oluşan ve aşınma sürdükçe karanın içine doğru gerileyen yar
yâr

    Synonyme

    yare

    Etymologie

    [ 'yar, 'yer, 'yär ] (adjective.) before 12th century. From Old English gearu (“ready”), from Old High German garo (“ready”)

    Wort des Tages

    senescent
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