deservedly

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English - Turkish
hak ettiği gibi
layığıyla
lâyığıyla
hakkıyla
haklı olarak

O haklı olarak popülerdir. - He is deservedly popular.

lâyıkıyla
deserve
lâyık olmak
deserve
hak etmek

Bunu hak etmek için ne yaptım? - What did I do to deserve this?

deserve
{f} layık olmak
deserve
haklı olarak

O haklı olarak popülerdir. - He is deservedly popular.

deserve
haketmek
deserve
hak kazanmak
deserve
hakketmek
deserved
hak kazanmış
deserved
hak edilmiş
deserve
mükafata 1ayık olmak
deserve
hak et

Herkes hak ettiğini alır. - Everyone has what he deserves.

Hiç hak etmediği, harika bir kadın olan karısından bıkmıştı. - He was bored with his wife, an excellent woman he didn't deserve.

deserved
hak et(mek)
deserve
hak et,haket
deserve
deservedly hakkıyla
deserved
hak et

Aldığın her şeyi hak ettin. - You deserved everything you got.

Tom aldığını hak etti. - Tom deserved what he got.

English - English
{a} worthily, justly, properly, fitly
appropriately, rightfully
as deserved; "he chalked up two goals which deservedly gave Bolton their second victory of the season
In a deserved manner
You use deservedly to indicate that someone deserved what happened to them, especially when it was something good. He deservedly won the Player of the Year award
According to desert (whether good or evil); justly
as deserved; "he chalked up two goals which deservedly gave Bolton their second victory of the season"
deserve
To be entitled to, to have earned; to be worthy to have

This argument deserves a closer examination.

deserve
To earn, win

That gentle Lady, whom I loue and serue, / After long suit and weary seruicis, / Did aske me, how I could her loue deserue, / And how she might be sure, that I would neuer swerue.

deserve
To reward, to give in return for service

Grauntemercy,’ seyde the Kynge. ‘And I lyve, Sir Lambegus, I shall deserve hit.’.

deserved
Simple past tense and past participle of deserve
deserve
be worthy or deserving; "You deserve a promotion after all the hard work you have done
deserve
{v} to be worthy, to merit good or bad
deserve
If you say that a person or thing deserves something, you mean that they should have it or receive it because of their actions or qualities. Government officials clearly deserve some of the blame as well These people deserve to make more than the minimum wage I felt I deserved better than that The Park Hotel has a well-deserved reputation
deserve
To earn by service; to be worthy of (something due, either good or evil); to merit; to be entitled to; as, the laborer deserves his wages; a work of value deserves praise
deserve
To be worthy of recompense; usually with ill or with well
deserve
{f} be worthy of, have a right to
deserve
To serve; to treat; to benefit
deserve
be worthy or deserving; "You deserve a promotion after all the hard work you have done"
deserve
To earn or merit a reward or punishment
deserve
feelings If you say that someone got what they deserved, you mean that they deserved the bad thing that happened to them, and you have no sympathy for them. One of them said the two dead joy riders got what they deserved
deserved
past of deserve
deserved
earned because of good or bad behaviour, skill, work etc
deserved
{s} rightfully earned or merited
deserved
proper and appropriate; fitting; "richly deserved punishment"; "due esteem"
deserved
proper and appropriate; fitting; "richly deserved punishment"; "due esteem
deservedly
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