atone

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English - Turkish
{f} telâfi etmek
gönlünü almak
telafi et
karşılığını ödemek
karşılığını öde
{f} (bir suç, kabahat v.b.'ni) affettirecek harekette bulunmak, telafi etmek; kefaret etmek
{f} gönül almak
karşılığını öde,telafi et
tazminat
atone for
telafi et
atone for
ödemek
atone for
telâfi etmek
atone for
kefaret vermek
atone for
etmek
atone for
telafi
to atone
kefaret etmek
English - English
To make reparation, compensation, or amends, for an offence or a crime one has committed
To clear (someone else) of wrongdoing, especially by standing as an equivalent
to make amends for
make amends for; "expiate one's sins"
{v} to expiate by sacrifices, make satisfaction, or be equivalent
If you atone for something that you have done, you do something to show that you are sorry you did it. He felt he had atoned for what he had done to his son = repent. to do something to show that you are sorry for having done something wrong atone for (at one )
{f} redress, do penance, appease, make amends
To stand as an equivalent; to make reparation, compensation, or amends, for an offence or a crime
turn away from sin or do penitence
To make satisfaction for; to expiate
To set at one; to reduce to concord; to reconcile, as parties at variance; to appease
To stand as an equivalent; to make reparation, compensation, or amends, for an offense or a crime
To agree; to be in accordance; to accord
To unite in making
atone for
{f} do penance, make amends
Aton
or Aten In ancient Egyptian religion, a sun god, depicted as the solar disk emitting rays terminating in human hands. The pharaoh Akhenaton (r. 1353-36 BC) declared Aton to be the only god, and in opposition to the Amon-Re priesthood of Thebes, built the city of Akhetaton as the center for Aton's worship, but Aton's religion is poorly understood. After Akhenaton's death, the old religion was restored
atoned
past of atone
atones
third-person singular of atone
atoning
present participle of atone
atone
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