convinced

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English - Turkish
inandırılmış
{s} ikna olmuş

Tom neredeyse ikna olmuş. - Tom is almost convinced.

Tom ikna olmuş görünmüyor. - Tom doesn't sound convinced.

inandırılan
kanaat getirmek
kani olmak
{f} inandır
inandir(mak)
{s} inanmış

Hayaletlerin gerçekten var olduğuna inanmış değilim. - I'm not convinced ghosts actually exist.

Tom onun iyi bir fikir olduğuna inanmış. - Tom is convinced that's a good idea.

emin/inançlı
ikna et

O, Tom'la evlenmemesi için kızını ikna etti. - He convinced his daughter to not marry Tom.

Tom biraz zayıflamam konusunda kesinlikle beni ikna etti. - Tom certainly convinced me that I should lose some weight.

ikna olmak
kanmış
convince
kandırmak
convince
{f} inandırmak
convince
{f} ikna etmek

Tom'u bizimle gelmesi için ikna etmek gerçekte imkansız olurdu. - It would be virtually impossible to convince Tom to come along with us.

Jack'i ikna etmek zordur. - It is hard to convince Jack.

convinced of
aklı yatmak
convinced that
(Avrupa Birliği) (in Resolutions, in Conventions) ...inanarak (ilke kararlarında, uluslararası sözleşmelerde)
convince
ikna et

Kanıt bizi onun masumluğuna ikna etti. - The evidence convinced us of his innocence.

O, Tom'la evlenmemesi için kızını ikna etti. - He convinced his daughter to not marry Tom.

convince
razı etmek
be convinced
ikna olmak
being convinced
ikna olmak
convince
kafalamak
convinced of
iknan
to be convinced
ikna olmak
convince
kani convincing inandırıcı
convince
convinced emin
English - English
Simple past tense and past participle of convince

We convinced him with our skillful arguments and supporting evidence.

In a state of believing, especially from evidence but not necessarily

He was convinced he was a great singer, statements of others to the contrary.

If you are convinced that something is true, you feel sure that it is true. He was convinced that I was part of the problem He became convinced of the need for cheap editions of good quality writing
persuaded of; very sure; "were convinced that it would be to their advantage to join"; "I am positive he is lying"; "was confident he would win"
having a strong belief or conviction; "a convinced and fanatical pacifist
{s} persuaded, certain, sure
having a strong belief or conviction; "a convinced and fanatical pacifist"
past of convince
convinced that he is right
quite certain that he is correct, persuaded by his own sense of justice
convinced(p)
persuaded of; very sure; "were convinced that it would be to their advantage to join"; "I am positive he is lying"; "was confident he would win
convince
To overcome, conquer, vanquish
convince
To confute (someone); to prove (someone) wrong; to overcome (someone) in argument
convince
{v} to make one sensible of, to prove
being convinced
being persuaded, being assured, being swayed
convince
To make someone believe, or feel sure about something, especially by using logic, argument or evidence
convince
make (someone) agree, understand, or realize the truth or validity of something; "He had finally convinced several customers of the advantages of his product"
convince
{f} persuade, convict, influence
convince
To overpower; to overcome; to subdue or master
convince
To confute; to prove the fallacy of
convince
To overcome by argument; to force to yield assent to truth; to satisfy by proof
convince
If someone or something convinces you of something, they make you believe that it is true or that it exists. Although I soon convinced him of my innocence, I think he still has serious doubts about my sanity The waste disposal industry is finding it difficult to convince the public that its operations are safe
convince
To prove guilty; to convict
convince
If someone or something convinces you to do something, they persuade you to do it. That weekend in Plattsburgh, he convinced her to go ahead and marry Bud. = persuade
utterly convinced
absolutely sure, has no doubt
was finally convinced
changed his mind at the end, saw clearly
convinced

    Hyphenation

    con·vinced

    Turkish pronunciation

    kınvînst

    Pronunciation

    /kənˈvənst/ /kənˈvɪnst/

    Etymology

    [ k&n-'vin(t)s ] (transitive verb.) 1530. Latin convincere to refute, convict, prove, from com- + vincere to conquer; more at VICTOR.

    Common Collocations

    convinced of

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