by far

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English - Turkish
çok daha fazla

Bu roman ondan çok daha fazla ilginç. - This novel is by far more interesting than that one.

bir hayli
açık ara

Hepimizin içinde, Tom açık ara farkla en iyi yüzücüydü. - Of us all, Tom was by far the best swimmer.

O, açık ara farkla en iyi öğrencidir. - He is by far the best student.

fersah fersah
çok

Aşktan dolayı katlandığın acı herhangi bir zevkten çok daha tatlıdır. - The pain you go through because of love is by far sweeter than any other pleasure.

Bu roman ondan çok daha ilginç. - This novel is by far more interesting than that one.

öbürlerinden kat kat daha
büyük bir farkla
açık farkla

Bu açık farkla şimdiye kadar yaptığım en havalı şey. - This is by far the coolest thing we've ever done.

Kulüpte açık farkla en iyi oyuncudur. - She is by far the best player in the club.

fersah fersah çok
Gelmiş geçmiş en
Açık ara farkla, (öbürlerinden) kat kat daha ...: "They're by far the best. - Onlar kat kat daha iyi."
(öbürlerinden) kat kat daha ...: They're by far the best. Onlar kat kat daha iyi
English - English
To a considerably large extent, easily

Paris is by far the largest city in France.

by a large margin; very much
by a considerable margin; "she was by far the smartest student"; "it was far and away the best meal he had ever eaten
by far

    Turkish pronunciation

    bay fär

    Pronunciation

    /ˈbī ˈfär/ /ˈbaɪ ˈfɑːr/

    Etymology

    [ 'bI, before consonants also ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, preposition and adverb, from Old English, preposition, be, bI; akin to Old High German bI by, near, Latin ambi- on both sides, around, Greek amphi.

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