dear

listen to the pronunciation of dear
İngilizce - Türkçe
sevgili

Sevgili küçük kedim bir hafta önce kayboldu. - My dear little cat disappeared a week ago.

Sevgilim, belki benden bir şey saklıyorsun. - My dear, maybe you are hiding something from me!

{ü} canım

Merhaba canım, ben iki resim yaptım ve ben onlar hakkında fikrini istiyorum. - Hello, my dear, I made two pictures and I want your opinion on them.

Merhaba, canım, fotoşopta iki resim yaptım ve onlar hakkında fikrini istiyorum. - Hello, my dear, I made two pictures in photoshop and I want your opinion on them.

{i} sevimli kimse
{i} tatlı kimse
dear John azizim John
{s} pahalı

Taze sebzeler kışın çok pahalıdır. - Fresh vegetables are very dear in winter.

tatlım

Merhaba, canım, sevgilim, tatlım, kaderim. Günün nasıldı? - Hi, my dear, my darling, my honey, my destiny. How was your day?

bir kızın nişanlısına yazdığı ayrılma mektubu
(Ticaret) fiyatı yüksek
kazık
değerli

Bu kasaba bizim için değerlidir. - This town is dear to us.

Tom benim değerli bir arkadaşım. - Tom is a dear friend of mine.

sevilen kimse
dearly sevgi ile
aman!
(mektup başında) sevgili
hay Allah!
vah vah!
sayın

Sayın Türkçe bilen arkadaşlarımız, sabah şeriflerinizi hayrolsun. - Dear friends that know how to speak Turkish, may the morning be good for you all.

deme!
aziz
{i} sevilen şey
{s} kıymetli
(Askeri) hastalık ve çevresel alarm raporu (disease and environmental alert report)
{ü} yazık
samimi
pahalıya
samimi olarak
içtenlikle

O, annesini içtenlikle seviyordu. - She loved her mother dearly.

O herkes tarafından içtenlikle sevilir. - She is dearly loved by everybody.

Dear me I Aman I Canım I Yarabbi I Deme I for dear life canını kurtaracakmış gibi
minik
tuzlu
can

O benim can dostumdu. - He was my dear friend.

Merhaba, canım, fotoşopta iki resim yaptım ve onlar hakkında fikrini istiyorum. - Hello, my dear, I made two pictures in photoshop and I want your opinion on them.

havlı
{ü} hay allah
deme
noble
{i} soylu

Trajedi soyluların eğlencesidir. - Tragedy is the entertainment of the nobles.

noble
{i} asil

Şükran asil ruhların işaretidir. - Gratitude is the sign of noble souls.

Bu park asil bir aile için bir avlanma yeriydi. - This park used to be a hunting ground for a noble family.

dear to sight
Göze güzel görünen
dear customer
sayın müşterimiz
dear madam
sayın yetkili
dear madam/sir
sayın ilgili
dear money
(Ticaret) faizi yüksek para
dear sir
sayın yetkili
dear sirs
sayın baylar
dear valued customer
değerli müşterimiz
Dear me!
Aman!
Dear me!
Deme!
Dear me!
Ne yazık!
Dear me!
Canım!
dear all
sevgili dostlar
dear all
sevgili arkadaşlar
dear diary
sevgili günlüğüm
dear guest
değerli misafir
dear john
sevgili john
dear me!
canım benim!
dear money policy
pahalı para politikası
Dear Madam
sayın bayan
Dear Sir
sayın bay
Dear me
Olur şey değil!
dear jane letter
(sevgiliyi) terk mektubu
dear jane letter
terk mektubu
dear john letter
(sevgiliyi) terk mektubu
dear john letter
terk mektubu
dear press members
değerli basın mensupları
dearest
en sevgili

Onlar bizim en sevgili arkadaşlarımız. - They are our dearest friends.

dearest
gözbebeği
dearly
çok

Tom annesini çok sevdi. - Tom loved his mother dearly.

little dear
maskara
my dear friend
canım arkadaşım
my dear friend
can dostum
very dear
canciğer kuzu sarması
very dear
can ciğer
dearness
sevgi
dearer
{f} daha sevgili
dearly
pahalı bir biçimde
noble
soylu kimse
noble
asilzade
noble
yüksek
noble
soydan asil
dearly
pahalıya
A thing you don't want is dear at any price
(Atasözü) Deve bir akçaya , deve bin akçaya
Oh dear!
ah canım
adverb dear 4
zarf sevgili 4
at what price; how dear
hangi fiyata; nasıl sevgili
beloved, darling, dear, loved
sevgili, sevgilim, sevgili, sevilen
beloved, dear, agreeable
Sevgilim, hoş sevgili
beloved, dear, loved
sevgili, sevgili, sevilen
dear to
havle
esteemed, dear sir
Canım efendim değerli
god's dear body)
Tanrı sevgili beden's
hold dear
sevgili tütün
it will cost you dear
o canım sen mal olacak
oh dear
ah tatlım
dearest
gözde

Bize en kötü şekilde ihanet edenler her zaman bizim için gözde olanlardır. - Those who betray us in the worst way are always those who are dearest to us.

dearest
sevgili

Onlar bizim en sevgili arkadaşlarımız. - They are our dearest friends.

dearly
içtenlikle

O, oğlunu içtenlikle seviyor. - She loves her son dearly.

Birbirimizi içtenlikle seviyoruz. - We love each other dearly.

dearly
z
dearly
samimiyetle
dearly
bedelli/duygulu şekilde
dearness
pahalılık
dearness
değer
dearness
kıymetlilik/sevgililik
for dear life
can havli ile
for dear life
gayret ederek
for dear life
(deyim) canini kurtarmak icin
for dear life
{k} vargücüyle
for dear life
canla başla
for dear life
can havliyle
noble
{s} soy

Trajedi soyluların eğlencesidir. - Tragedy is the entertainment of the nobles.

Helyum, neon, argon, kripton, ksenon ve radon soy gazlardır. - Helium, neon, argon, krypton, xenon and radon are noble gases.

noble
{s} âlicenap, yüce gönüllü
noble
{s} yüce

Yüce düşüncelerin olduğundan eminim. - I am certain that you have noble thoughts.

noble
{s} muhteşem
noble
{s} ulu
oh dear, what a mess
aman tanrım bu ne daginiklik!
İngilizce - İngilizce
A formal way to start (possibly after my) addressing somebody at the beginning of a letter, memo etc

Dear Sir/ Madam/ Miss, please notice our offices will be closed during the following bank holidays:.

A formal way to start (often after my) addressing somebody one likes or regards kindly

My dear friend, I feel better as soon as you come sit beside my sickbed!.

A beloved person
noble
A very kind, loving person

My cousin is such a dear, always drawing me pictures.

Loving, affectionate, heartfelt

Such dear embrace tenderly comforts even in this dear sorrow.

High in price; expensive

The dearer the jewel, the greater love expressed?.

An ironic way to start (often after my) addressing an inferior

My dear boy, if your grades don't pick up I won't bounce you on but over my knee!.

Precious to or greatly valued by someone

The dearer the giver, the dearer the trincket he brings!.

Loved; lovable
Severe(ly affected), sore
{n} a word of endearment, a person beloved
{a} beloved, costly, high scarce, fad, grievous
If something is dear to you or dear to your heart, you care deeply about it. This is a subject very dear to the hearts of academics up and down the country
{i} loved one, dear one; term of endearment
{s} favorite, precious, beloved; costly, expensive
at a high price, expensively
at a great cost; "he paid dearly for the food"; "this cost him dear"
with or in a close or intimate relationship; "a good friend"; "my sisters and brothers are near and dear"
with or in a close or intimate relationship; "a good friend"; "my sisters and brothers are near and dear" earnest; "one's dearest wish"; "devout wishes for their success"; "heartfelt condolences
a beloved person; used as terms of endearment
You use dear to describe someone or something that you feel affection for. Mrs Cavendish is a dear friend of mine
feelings You can call someone dear as a sign of affection. You're a lot like me, dear
Dearly; at a high price
having a high price; "costly jewelry"; "high-priced merchandise"; "much too dear for my pocketbook"; "a pricey restaurant"
disapproval If you say that something is dear, you mean that it costs a lot of money, usually more than you can afford or more than you think it should cost. CDs here are much dearer than in the States = expensive cheap
Of agreeable things and interests
Of disagreeable things and antipathies
Expensive; perceived to be overvalued
A dear one; lover; sweetheart
loved
If something that someone does costs them dear, they suffer a lot as a result of it. Such complacency is costing the company dear. Severe; grievous; sore: our dearest need
In British English, you begin formal letters with `Dear Sir' or `Dear Madam'. In American English, you begin them with `Sir' or `Madam'. `Dear sir,' she began
a sweet innocent mild-mannered person (especially a child)
To endear
feelings You can use dear in expressions such as `oh dear', `dear me', and `dear, dear' when you are sad, disappointed, or surprised about something. `Oh dear, oh dear.' McKinnon sighed. `You, too.'
earnest; "one's dearest wish"; "devout wishes for their success"; "heartfelt condolences"
A formal way of addressing somebody one likes or regards kindly
Dear is written at the beginning of a letter, followed by the name or title of the person you are writing to. Dear Peter, I have been thinking about you so much during the past few days
Hence, close to the heart; heartfelt; present in mind; engaging the attention
Expensive
Highly valued; greatly beloved; cherished; precious
Marked by scarcity or dearth, and exorbitance of price; as, a dear year
A formal way of addressing somebody at the beginning of a letter
with affection; "she loved him dearly"; "he treats her affectionately"
feelings You use dear in expressions such as `my dear fellow', `dear girl', or `my dear Richard' when you are addressing someone whom you know and are fond of. You can also use expressions like this in a rude way to indicate that you think you are superior to the person you are addressing. Of course, Toby, my dear fellow, of course
dearly loved
Bearing a high price; high-priced; costly; expensive
earnest; "one's dearest wish"; "devout wishes for their success"; "heartfelt condolences
{ü} exclamation of surprise or distress
leve
Dear John letter
A letter from a wife or girlfriend to her husband or boyfriend, informing that the relationship is over. Usually precipitated by the writer's having met a third party

He was still carrying the Dear John letter he got from his high school sweetheart in Vietnam thirty years later.

Dear John letters
plural form of Dear John letter
dear Lord
Expressing strong emotion, such as teariness or frustration

We thought he must have been delayed... we thought... dear Lord, he can't be dead.

dear me
An expression of surprise, dismay, or indulgent disapproval

Dear me, said Mrs. Flanders, when she read in the Scarborough and Harrogate Courier that the Rev. Andrew Floyd, etc., etc., had been made Principal of Maresfield House, that must be our Mr. Floyd..

dear sir
Used at the beginning of a formal letter when addressing persons of unknown names
dear sirs
plural form of dear sir
Dear Abby
a US newspaper column by Abigail Van Buren, which prints letters from readers asking for advice and her answers to these letters
Dear John
A letter, as to a serviceman, requesting a divorce or ending a personal relationship
Dear Madam
polite salutation used at the beginning of a letter to a woman
Dear Member
polite salutation used at the beginning of a letter
Dear Parents
polite salutation used at the beginning of a letter (especially by a teacher to the parents of a student)
Dear Sir
polite salutation used at the beginning of a letter to a man
Dear Sir and Madam
polite salutation used at the beginning of a letter to a man and woman
dear John letter
a letter that a man receives from his wife or girlfriend that tells him she no longer loves him
dear family
salutation used at the beginning of a letter to one's family
dear me!
{ü} oh my! (expression of surprise, concern or consternation)
dearer
Comparative form of dear: more dear
dearer
Comparative form of dearly: more dearly
dearest
Superlative form of dear
dearness
The quality of having great value or price
oh dear
An expression of dismay, concern, or worry; strongly suggesting disapproval

Oh dear, you seem to have forgotten to wear clothes.

hold dear
value, cherish, esteem, appreciate, treasure
dearly
{a} with great fondness, at a high price
dearness
{n} fondness, a high price, cost, scarcity
Dearer
derre
adverb dear 4
cost sb dear to cause a lot of trouble and suffering for someone
buy cheap and sell dear
sell at a profit, by for a low price and resell at a high price (Business)
cost him dear
he had to pay a high price
dearer
comparative of dearly, POS=adverb
dearer
comparative of dear
dearest
a beloved person; used as terms of endearment
dearest
A beloved person; a term of endearment
dearest
{i} beloved one, loved person
dearest
superlative of dear
dearest
nearest and dearest: see near. used when speaking to someone you love
dearest
When you are writing to someone you are very fond of, you can use dearest at the beginning of the letter before the person's name or the word you are using to address them. Dearest Maria, Aren't I terrible, not coming back like I promised?
dearly
with affection; "she loved him dearly"; "he treats her affectionately"
dearly
emphasis If you would dearly like to do or have something, you would very much like to do it or have it. I would dearly love to marry
dearly
If you pay dearly for doing something or if it costs you dearly, you suffer a lot as a result. He drank too much and is paying dearly for it
dearly
with love; much, at a high price
dearly
In a dear manner; with affection; heartily; earnestly; as, to love one dearly
dearly
in a sincere and heartfelt manner; "I would dearly love to know"
dearly
Exquisitely
dearly
emphasis If you love someone dearly, you love them very much. She loved her father dearly
dearly
in a sincere and heartfelt manner; "I would dearly love to know
dearly
at a great cost; "he paid dearly for the food"; "this cost him dear"
dearly
At a high rate or price; grievously
dearly
at a great cost; "he paid dearly for the food"; "this cost him dear" with affection; "she loved him dearly"; "he treats her affectionately" in a sincere and heartfelt manner; "I would dearly love to know
dearly
In a dear manner
dearness
The quality or state of being dear; costliness; excess of price
dearness
The quality possessed by something with a considerable value or price
dearness
Fondness; preciousness; love; tenderness
dearness
the quality possessed by something with a great price or value
dearness
{i} importance; preciousness
dears
plural of dear
for dear life
as though your life was at stake; "he was running for dear life"
for dear life
as though your life was at stake; "he was running for dear life
held dear
cherished: thought of and clung to fondly or reverentially
interjection dear 1
Oh dear used to show that you are surprised, upset, or annoyed because something bad has happened
my dear
my darling, my love
my dear fellow
my precious friend, my dear comrade
near and dear
people who are precious, family members
oh dear!
oh my!, goodness me!, goodness gracious!, alas!
pay dear
pay a high price
ran for dear life
ran as fast as possible
dear