yeses

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Definition von yeses im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

yes
evet

Evet, bunu bilerek yaptım. - Yes, I did this intentionally.

Evet, ben Sapporo'danım. - Yes, I am from Sapporo.

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olur

Evet, o zaman zaman olur. - Yes, it happens from time to time.

Evet, bu arada bir olur. - Yes, it happens once in a while.

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kavuk sallayan kimse
yes
hay hay
yes
olumlu cevap
yes
(isim) olumlu cevap
yes
z. evet. i. (çoğ. --es/--ses) olumlu cevap/oy
yes
evet efendimci
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tamam

Evet, sen tamamen haklısın. - Yes, you're quite right.

Dün yeni aşama inşaatını tamamladık. - Yesterday, we finished constructing the new stage.

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olumlu oy
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beli
yes
he
Englisch - Englisch
plural of yes
yes
Used to express pleasure, joy, or great excitement
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A vote of support or in favor/favour of something

The workers voted on whether to strike, and there were thirty yeses and one no.

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To agree with, to affirm

Did he yes the veto?.

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An affirmative expression; an answer that shows agreement or acceptance

Was that a yes?.

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To attempt to flatter someone by habitually agreeing
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{i} aye, yea; affirmative reply
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yeah
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politeness You use yes, usually followed by `but', as a polite way of introducing what you want to say when you disagree with something the previous speaker has just said. `She is entitled to her personal allowance which is three thousand pounds of income.' --- `Yes, but she doesn't earn any money.'
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{a} a term of affirmation, yea, truly, verily
Yes
yis
Yes
full-text
Yes
yep
Yes
read only
Yes
hai
Yes
Affirmative
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Indicates the pipeline has on some part of its length a concrete coating This does not indicate that a coating will be present over the whole length of the pipeline E g This is generally used in the North Sea to help prevent the pipeline being snagged by fishing nets
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You use yes to accept an offer or request, or to give permission. `More wine?' --- `Yes please.' `Will you take me there?' --- `Yes, I will.' `Can I ask you something?' --- `Yes, of course.' no
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vagueness You say yes and no in reply to a question when you cannot give a definite answer, because in some ways the answer is yes and in other ways the answer is no. `Was it strange for you, going back after such a long absence?' --- `Yes and no.'. yeses yesses a vote, voter, or reply that agrees with an idea, plan, law etc
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A word used to indicate disagreement or dissent in reply to a negative statement
yes
The only answer that carbon colour know when asked the question 'can you do it?'
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You use yes to say that a negative statement or question that the previous speaker has made is wrong or untrue. `That is not possible,' she said. `Oh, yes, it is!' Mrs Gruen insisted `I don't know what you're talking about.' --- `Yes, you do.'
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{ü} aye
yes
mhm
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yi
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yup
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yea
yes
yay
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feelings You can use yes to suggest that you do not believe or agree with what the previous speaker has said, especially when you want to express your annoyance about it. `There was no way to stop it.' --- `Oh yes? Well, here's something else you won't be able to stop.'
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You use yes to encourage someone to continue speaking. `I remembered something funny today.' --- `Yeah?'
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an affirmative; "I was hoping for a yes"
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You use yes to show that you are ready or willing to speak to the person who wants to speak to you, for example when you are answering a telephone or a knock at your door. He pushed a button on the intercom. `Yes?' came a voice Yes, can I help you?
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A label given to a PushButton in some DialogBoxes that performs the action of answering "yes" and closing the DialogBox
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You use yes to indicate that you had forgotten something and have just remembered it. What was I going to say. Oh yeah, we've finally got our second computer
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Application errors are detected and handled in some predictable way Typically, ``predictable'' means that the error model is the same as a reference for the target architecture
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A word used to show agreement or acceptance
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yea, aye; indeed?, truly?
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indicates that the COBOL II environment should be initialized when IGZERRE is present in the application program load module
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sim sieng no não naoeng maybe talvez talveesh
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if the role was granted with ADMIN OPTION; otherwise NO
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You use yes to indicate that you agree with, accept, or understand what the previous speaker has said. `A lot of people find it very difficult indeed to give up smoking.' --- `Oh yes. I used to smoke nearly sixty a day.' `It's a fabulous opportunity.' --- `Yeah. I know.'
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ae you: (singular subject) i (plural subject) o (singular object) sot (plural object) rot young: ala
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an affirmative; "I was hoping for a yes
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You use yes to tell someone that what they have said is correct. `Well I suppose it is based on the old lunar months isn't it.' --- `Yes that's right.' `That's a type of whitefly, is it?' --- `Yes, it is a whitefly.' no
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Ay; yea; a word which expresses affirmation or consent; opposed to no
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KEN
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You use yes to give a positive response to a question. `Are you a friend of Nick's?' --- `Yes.' `You actually wrote it down, didn't you?' --- `Yes.' Will she say yes when I ask her out? no
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emphasis You use yes to emphasize and confirm a statement that you are making. He collected the £10,000 first prize. Yes, £10,000
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if the partition belongs to a Local index on a table partitioned using Composite method; NO otherwise
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yes In informal English, yes is often pronounced in a casual way that is usually written as yeah
yes
ja
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