listen to the pronunciation of yat
Türkisch - Englisch

Our yacht club has ten members. - Yat kulübümüzün on üyesi vardır.

Many yachts are in the harbor. - Birçok yat limandadır.

lie down

Do you need to lie down? - Yatmamız gerekiyor mu?

You look pale. You had better lie down in bed at once. - Solgun görünüyorsun. Derhal yatağa uzansan iyi olur.

go to bed

I usually go to bed at nine. - Genellikle dokuzda yatarım.

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

gone to bed
went to bed
yat borusu

I don't have a curfew. - Ben bir yat borusuna sahip değilim.

yat borusu
yat borusu
yat ile gitmek
yat ile yolculuk etmek
yat kiralama ücreti ne kadar
How much does it cost to rent a yacht
yat klubü
yacht club
yat kulübü
yacht club
yat limanı

Tom is heading to the marina. - Tom yat limanına gidiyor.

Is there a marina nearby? - Yakında bir yat limanı var mı?

yat sahibi
yat sahibi
yat yarışı
motor yat
(Askeri) motor yacht
motorlu yat
(Askeri) motor yacht
nur içinde yat
rest in peace
beni beklemeden yat
don't wait up
bu regataya kaç tane yat dahil
How many yachts are included in this regatta
en yakın yat klubü nerede
Where is the nearest yacht club
geç yat
sleep late
Englisch - Englisch
a person of the New Orleans, Louisiana area who speaks with a Yat accent
a unique collection of dialects of English spoken in New Orleans, Louisiana
A vowel of the Cyrillic and Glagolitic alphabet (Cyrillic capital Ѣ, Cyrillic small ѣ, Glagolitic ⱑ), no longer in current use
A Late Proto-Slavic (Common Slavic) sound usually transcribed as /ě/, subsequently lost in all Slavic dialect
Sun Yat Sen
a Chinese political leader who established the National Party in China, and helped to remove the last Manchu emperor from power. He became the first President of the new Republic of China in 1911 (1866-1925)
Sun Yat-sen
or Sun Yixian born Nov. 12, 1866, Xiangshan, Guangdong province, China died March 12, 1925, Beijing Leader of the Chinese Nationalist Party, known as the father of modern China. Educated in Hawaii and Hong Kong, Sun embarked on a medical career in 1892, but, troubled by the conservative Qing dynasty's inability to keep China from suffering repeated humiliations at the hands of more advanced countries, he forsook medicine two years later for politics. A letter to Li Hongzhang in which Sun detailed ways that China could gain strength made no headway, and he went abroad to try organizing expatriate Chinese. He spent time in Hawaii, England, Canada, and Japan and in 1905 became head of a revolutionary coalition, the Tongmenghui ("Alliance Society"). The revolts he helped plot during this period failed, but in 1911 a rebellion in Wuhan unexpectedly succeeded in overthrowing the provincial government. Other provincial secessions followed, and Sun returned to be elected provisional president of a new government. The emperor abdicated in 1912, and Sun turned over the government to Yuan Shikai. The two men split in 1913, and Sun became head of a separatist regime in the south. In 1924, aided by Soviet advisers, he reorganized his Nationalist Party, admitted three communists to its central executive committee, and approved the establishment of a military academy, to be headed by Chiang Kai-shek. He also delivered lectures on his doctrine, the Three Principles of the People (nationalism, democracy, and people's livelihood), but died the following year without having had the opportunity to put his doctrine into practice. See also Wang Jingwei
sun yat-sen
Chinese statesman who organized the Kuomintang and led the revolution that overthrew the Manchu dynasty in 1911 and 1912 (1866-1925)
Türkisch - Türkisch
Kalkan ve zırh gibi korunma aracı. Özel gezinti gemisi: "Seni kendi yatımızda kaptan kıyafetle göremeyeceğim."- R. H. Karay
Kalkan ve zırh gibi korunma aracı
Özel gezinti gemisi
yat borusu
Yatma saatini bildiren boru
yat kulübü
Yatçılık sporunun gelişmesini ve faaliyetini düzenleyen kuruluş