amused

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English - Turkish
Eğlenen, eğlenmiş, neşeli, neşelenmiş

Even the Sales Director seemed amused, which was performed by members of the staff.

eğlenerek
memnuniyet içinde

Tom Mary'nin memnuniyet içinde olduğunu söyledi. - Tom said that Mary was amused.

Onlar memnuniyet içinde olmadı. - They were not amused.

amuse
{f} eğlendirmek

İşi insanları eğlendirmek olan ve şovlara katılan kişi bir eğlendiren kimsedir. - The man whose work it is to amuse people who attend a show is an entertainer.

Sami kendini eğlendirmek için bir yol buldu. - Sami found a way to keep himself amused.

amuse
neşelendirmek
amuse
oyalamak
amuse
güldürmek
amuse
eğlendirici
amuse
kırıp geçirmek
amuse
eğlendir

Onun hikayesi herkesi eğlendirdi. - His story amused everyone.

Onun hikayesi bizi çok eğlendirdi. - His story amused us very much.

amuse
avundurmak
amuse
amusing hoş
amuse
(Muzik) eğlendirme

Ebeveynler bebeklerini bir oyuncakla eğlendirmeye çalışır. - The parents try to amuse their baby with a toy.

Sami kendini eğlendirmek için bir yol buldu. - Sami found a way to keep himself amused.

amuse
avutmak
amuse
zevk

Onun hikayesinden oldukça zevk aldık. - We were greatly amused by her story.

amuse
amusement eğlence
amuse
amusingly hoş ve eğlendirici bir şekilde
be amused
eğlenmek
be amused
oyalanmak
Turkish - Turkish

Definition of amused in Turkish Turkish dictionary

AMUS
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Karanlık
English - English
Past participle of amuse

While waiting for the bus, I amused myself by performing a mime interpretation of the Gettysburg Address.

referring to someone who is in a state of being entertained

The children chased one another in a circle in front of their amused parents.

pleasantly occupied; "We are not amused" -Queen Victoria
pleasantly occupied; "We are not amused"
If you keep someone amused, you find things to do which stop them getting bored. Having pictures to colour will keep children amused for hours = keep someone entertained
Expressing amusement; as, an amused look
If you are amused by something, it makes you want to laugh or smile. Sara was not amused by Franklin's teasing
{s} entertained; pleasantly occupied; having one's attention diverted in an agreeable manner
Diverted
-Queen Victoria
amuse
To entertain or occupy in a pleasant manner; to stir with pleasing or mirthful emotions; to divert

A group of children amusing themselves with pushing stones from the top , and watching as they plunged into the lake. -Gilpin.

amuse
To cause laughter, to be funny
amuse
To fling dust or snuff in the eyes of the person intended to be robbed; also to invent some plausible tale, to delude shop-keepers and others, thereby to put them off their guard. (1811 Dictionary of Vulgar Tongue)
amuse
To keep in expectation; to beguile; to delude

He amused his followers with idle promises. -Johnson.

amuse
{v} to entertain, please, deceive, detail
Amuse
occupy in an agreeable, entertaining or pleasant fashion; "The play amused the ladies"
amuse
make (somebody) laugh; "The clown amused the children"
amuse
To occupy or engage the attention of; to lose in deep thought; to absorb; also, to distract; to bewilder
amuse
If you amuse yourself, you do something in order to pass the time and not become bored. I need distractions. I need to amuse myself so I won't keep thinking about things Put a selection of baby toys in his cot to amuse him if he wakes early. = entertain see also amused, amusing
amuse
To muse; to mediate
amuse
make (somebody) laugh; "The clown amused the children" occupy in an agreeable, entertaining or pleasant fashion; "The play amused the ladies
amuse
occupy in an agreeable, entertaining or pleasant fashion; "The play amused the ladies
amuse
If something amuses you, it makes you want to laugh or smile. The thought seemed to amuse him Their antics never fail to amuse
amuse
{f} entertain; cause to laugh
amused

    Hyphenation

    a·mused

    Turkish pronunciation

    ımyuzd

    Pronunciation

    /əˈmyo͞ozd/ /əˈmjuːzd/

    Etymology

    [ &-'myüz ] (verb.) 15th century. Middle French amuser, from Old French, from a- + muser to muse.

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