yearner

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Englisch - Türkisch
hasret çeken
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{f} özlemek
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{f} çok arzu etmek
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özlem duymak
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arzu duymak
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yanıp tutuşmak
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hasretini çekmek
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hasretini çek

Sürgün, evinin hasretini çekiyordu. - The exile yearned for his home.

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can atmak
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çok istemek
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görmek için can atmak
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istemek
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gözünde tütmek
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burnunda tütmek
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hasret olmak
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sevgi beslemek
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yearn for arzulamak
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müteessir olmak
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hislenmek
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özlem duy

Üniversiteye özlem duyuyorum. - I yearn for the university.

Her yerde insanlar dünya barışına adanmış kamu liderleri için özlem duyuyorlar. - People everywhere yearn for public leaders dedicated to world peace.

Englisch - Englisch

Definition von yearner im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

yearn
To long, have a strong desire (for something)
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To long back with melancholy, nostalgically
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If someone yearns for something that they are unlikely to get, they want it very much. He yearned for freedom I yearned to be a movie actor. = long. to have a strong desire for something, especially something that is difficult or impossible to get = long yearn for
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{v} to feel great uneasiness, grieve, bark
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To be filled with longing desire; to be harassed or rendered uneasy with longing, or feeling the want of a thing; to strain with emotions of affection or tenderness; to long; to be eager
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have a desire for something or someone who is not present; "She ached for a cigarette"; "I am pining for my lover"
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To curdle, as milk
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To have a strong, melancholy desire (for something)
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To pain; to grieve; to vex
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desire strongly or persistently
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to grieve, vex
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have affection for; feel tenderness for
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{f} desire, long, crave; pine, miss someone or something
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To be pained or distressed; to grieve; to mourn
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    Silbentrennung

    yearn·er

    Etymologie

    [ 'y&rn ] (intransitive verb.) before 12th century. Middle English yernen, from Old English giernan; akin to Old High German gerOn to desire, Latin hortari to urge, encourage, Greek chairein to rejoice.

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