dearest

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İngilizce - Türkçe
en sevgili

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

{i} 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.

sevgili

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

{i} gözbebeği
dear
{i} sevgili

Sevgili kız kardeşim, seni seviyorum. - I love you, dear sister.

Sevgili bir arkadaşım tarafından desteklendim. - I was aided by a dear friend.

dear
{ü} canım

Hayır, canım, atla gitsen iyi olur. - No, my dear, you had better go on horseback.

Lütfen misafirlere biraz kahve servisi yap, canım. - Please serve the guests some coffee, dear.

dear
{i} sevimli kimse
dear
pahalı

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

dear
{i} tatlı kimse
dear
aziz
dear
dear John azizim John
dear
tatlım

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

dear
bir kızın nişanlısına yazdığı ayrılma mektubu
dear
tuzlu
dear
kazık
dear
minik
dear
(Ticaret) fiyatı yüksek
dear
can

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.

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.

dear
dearly sevgi ile
dear
sevilen kimse
dear
aman!
dear
(mektup başında) sevgili
dear
deme!
dear
vah vah!
dear
değerli

Mary benim için çok değerli. - Mary is very dear to me.

O benim için çok değerlidir. - She is very dear to me.

dear
sayın

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

dear
{i} sevilen şey
dear
{s} kıymetli
beloved one, loved person
bir, sevdiği kişi ekledi
dear
havlı
DEAR
(Askeri) hastalık ve çevresel alarm raporu (disease and environmental alert report)
dear
içtenlikle

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

Tom, çocuklarını içtenlikle seviyordu. - Tom loved his children dearly.

dear
pahalıya
dear
hay allah
dear
samimi olarak
dear
samimi
dear
Dear me I Aman I Canım I Yarabbi I Deme I for dear life canını kurtaracakmış gibi
dear
{ü} yazık
dear
deme
my dearest wish
en büyük isteğim
nearest and dearest
en yakın akrabalar
İngilizce - İngilizce
Superlative form of dear
A beloved person; a term of endearment
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?
nearest and dearest: see near. used when speaking to someone you love
{i} beloved one, loved person
a beloved person; used as terms of endearment
superlative of dear
dear
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:.

dear
noble
dear
A beloved person
dear
Severe(ly affected), sore
dear
Loving, affectionate, heartfelt

Such dear embrace tenderly comforts even in this dear sorrow.

dear
A very kind, loving person

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

dear
High in price; expensive

The dearer the jewel, the greater love expressed?.

dear
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!.

dear
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!.

dear
{a} beloved, costly, high scarce, fad, grievous
dear
{n} a word of endearment, a person beloved
Dear
leve
cheapest is dearest
things that are obtained very easily often end up exacting the heaviest prices
dear
dearly loved
dear
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
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
dear
Of disagreeable things and antipathies
dear
You use dear to describe someone or something that you feel affection for. Mrs Cavendish is a dear friend of mine
dear
feelings You can call someone dear as a sign of affection. You're a lot like me, dear
dear
Dearly; at a high price
dear
having a high price; "costly jewelry"; "high-priced merchandise"; "much too dear for my pocketbook"; "a pricey restaurant"
dear
A formal way of addressing somebody one likes or regards kindly
dear
earnest; "one's dearest wish"; "devout wishes for their success"; "heartfelt condolences"
dear
Highly valued; greatly beloved; cherished; precious
dear
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.'
dear
To endear
dear
Hence, close to the heart; heartfelt; present in mind; engaging the attention
dear
a sweet innocent mild-mannered person (especially a child)
dear
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
dear
Bearing a high price; high-priced; costly; expensive
dear
with affection; "she loved him dearly"; "he treats her affectionately"
dear
Expensive; perceived to be overvalued
dear
with or in a close or intimate relationship; "a good friend"; "my sisters and brothers are near and dear"
dear
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
dear
loved
dear
Precious to or greatly valued by someone
dear
A formal way of addressing somebody at the beginning of a letter
dear
Marked by scarcity or dearth, and exorbitance of price; as, a dear year
dear
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
dear
Loved; lovable
dear
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
dear
A dear one; lover; sweetheart
dear
a beloved person; used as terms of endearment
dear
Of agreeable things and interests
dear
earnest; "one's dearest wish"; "devout wishes for their success"; "heartfelt condolences
dear
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
dear
{ü} exclamation of surprise or distress
dear
{i} loved one, dear one; term of endearment
dear
Expensive
dear
{s} favorite, precious, beloved; costly, expensive
dear
at a high price, expensively
dear
at a great cost; "he paid dearly for the food"; "this cost him dear"
dearests
plural of dearest
dearest