enclose

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English - Turkish
{f} çevrelemek
(bir şeyi) (bir mektupla aynı zarf içine) koymak: I've enclosed a photograph with this letter. Bu mektupla birlikte bir fotoğraf
{f} içermek
{f} etrafını çevirmek
içermek / kapsamak
hapsetmek
çevirmek (duvar/çit vb ile)
içine almak
içinde bulundurmak
kapamak
çevresini sarmak
içine koymak
kuşatmak
kapsa
iliştirmek
{f} 1. (bir şeyi) (bir mektupla aynı zarf içine) koymak: I've enclosed a photograph with this letter. Bu mektupla birlikte bir fotoğraf
{f} kapatmak
{f} çevirmek
içine koy/çevir
{f} kapsamak
{f} çit ile çevirmek
sarmak
ilişikte göndermek
enclose herewith
ekte sunmak
enclose in the letter
mektuba iliştirilmiş
enclosed
ekli

Lütfen ekli öz geçmişimi bul. - Please find enclosed my resumé.

Banka dekontunun bir kopyası eklidir. - Enclosed is a copy of the bank transfer receipt.

enclosed
{s} ilişikteki
enclosed
{s} kapanmış
enclosed
çevrelenmiş
enclosed
ektedir

Bizim şirket profilimiz ektedir. - Enclosed is our company profile.

enclosed
ekli (dosya vb)
enclosed
ekte

Bizim şirket profilimiz ektedir. - Enclosed is our company profile.

enclosed
ekteki
enclosed
leffen gönderilen
enclosed
{s} kapalı
enclosed
örtülü
enclosed
ilişikte gönderilen
enclosed
iliştirilmiş
enclosed
kuşatılmış
enclosed
etrafı çevrili
inclose
kapamak
inclose
sarmak
inclose
hapsetmek
enclosed
{f} ekle

Sipariş formunuzu ekledim. - I have enclosed your order form.

O sevgililer gününde biraz koyu çikolata ekledi. - She enclosed a little dark chocolate in her valentine.

enclosing
{f} ekle
enclosing
{i} çevreleyen
inclose
etrafını çevirmek
inclose
{f} kapa
inclose
{i} kapalı
encloses
kapatıyor
enclosing
çevreleyerek
inclose
çevirmek
inclose
kapsamak
inclose
iliştirmek
inclose
çevrelemek
inclose
içermek
inclose
kapatmak
inclose
f., bak. enclose
inclose
inclosure enclose
inclose
{f} kuşatmak
English - English
To hold or contain
To insert into a container, usually an envelope or package
To surround with a wall, fence, etc
If a place or object is enclosed by something, the place or object is inside that thing or completely surrounded by it. The rules state that samples must be enclosed in two watertight containers Enclose the pot in a clear polythene bag the enclosed waters of the Baltic
To inclose
enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering; "Fog enveloped the house"
surround completely; "Darkness enclosed him" close in or confine
introduce; "Insert your ticket here"
close in or confine
If you enclose something with a letter, you put it in the same envelope as the letter. I have enclosed a cheque for £10 The enclosed leaflet shows how Service Care can ease all your worries
surround completely; "Darkness enclosed him"
{f} surround, confine, close in; place an additional document or letter within another
enclose a letter
{f} attach a letter
enclosed
fenced in or surrounded
enclosed
Simple past tense and past participle of enclose
enclosed
contained within a three dimensional container
inclosed
Simple past tense and past participle of inclose
inclosed
Surrounded
inclosed
Contained in
enclosed
An enclosed community of monks or nuns does not have any contact with the outside world. monks and nuns from enclosed orders
enclosed
having closed slats
enclosed
closed in or surrounded or included within; "an enclosed porch"; "an enclosed yard"; "the enclosed check is to cover shipping and handling
enclosed
contained within
enclosed
past of enclose
enclosed
{s} surrounded, encircled by, contained, confined; placed within a letter (about an additional document or letter)
enclosed
encl
encloses
third-person singular of enclose
enclosing
present participle of enclose
enclosing
the act of enclosing something inside something else
inclose
To put into harness; to harness
inclose
surround completely; "Darkness enclosed him"
inclose
{f} shut in, confine; surround, create a boundary around; place within, insert, include (also enclose)
inclose
introduce; "Insert your ticket here"
inclose
To surround; to shut in; to confine on all sides; to include; to shut up; to encompass; as, to inclose a fort or an army with troops; to inclose a town with walls
inclose
To separate from common grounds by a fence; as, to inclose lands
inclose
another spelling of enclose
inclose
Variant of enclose
inclose
To put within a case, envelope, or the like; to fold (a thing) within another or into the same parcel; as, to inclose a letter or a bank note
inclosed
{s} completely surrounded; fenced; encompassed; enclosed
inclosed
Past tense and past participle of inclose
incloses
third-person singular of inclose
inclosing
present participle of inclose
enclose
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