listen to the pronunciation of funeral
English - Turkish

Trang'in partisi bir cenaze sonrasında olduğu kadar eğlenceliydi. - Trang's party was as fun as a funeral wake.

Hiçbir müzisyen o müziği cenaze töreninde çalmayı düşünmezdi. - No musician would have thought of playing that music at the funeral.

{i} defin
{i} cenaze töreni

Tom Mary'nin cenaze törenine katılmadı. - Tom didn't attend Mary's funeral.

Ben onun cenaze törenine katılmadım. - I didn't attend his funeral.

cenaze törenine ait
cenaze alayı
(Tıp) füneral
{i} problem
{i} sorun
s cenaze tö reni
s cenaze törenine ait funeral director cenaze törenini vöneten kimse funeral home öIülerin ylkardyy
yakıldığı veya cenaze törenlerinin yapıldığı bina funeral oration cenaze töreninde yapılan konuşma funeral
funeral insurance
Cenaze sigortası, cenaze masraflarının karşılanması amacıyla yaptırılan sigorta
funeral director
funeral home
ölülerin yıkandığı bina
funeral march
cenaze marşı

Kendi cenazesi için bir cenaze marşı besteledi. - He composed a funeral march for his own funeral.

funeral procession
cenaze alayı
funeral bell tolls
cenaze Çanlar
funeral director
funeral home
cenaze evi
funeral oration
cenaze nutuk
funeral oration
Cenazede yapılan konuşma
funeral escort
(Askeri) cenaze merasim birliği
funeral escort
(Askeri) CENAZE MERASİM BİRLİĞİ: Bir ölüye hürmet ve tazim nişanesi olmak üzere cenazeye refakat için ayrılan birlik
funeral expense
(Kanun) cenaze masrafı
funeral home
ölü evi
funeral home
cenaze töreni yapılan yer
funeral hymns
cenaze ilahileri
funeral pyre
ölü yakılan odun yığını
funeral rites
cenaze alayı
funeral rites
cenaze töreni
funeral undertaker
cenaze levazımcısı
funeral urn
ölünün küllerinin saklandığı kap
funeral vehicle
(Askeri) cenaze aracı
go to a funeral
bir cenaze gitmek
attend the funeral
cenazeye katılmak
compensation of funeral costs
cenaze masrafı karşılığı
martyr funeral
şehit cenazesi
prayer performed at a funeral
cenaze namazı
English - English
A ceremony to honour of a deceased person

No one likes to go to funerals.

Being related to a ceremony in honor of a deceased person
{a} used for or relating to a burial
{n} a burial, the solemnization of a burial
a ceremony at which a dead person is buried or cremated; "hundreds of people attended his funeral"
A funeral sermon; usually in the plural
taining to a funeral; used at the interment of the dead; as, funeral rites, honors, or ceremonies
A funeral is the ceremony that is held when the body of someone who has died is buried or cremated. His funeral will be on Thursday at Blackburn Cathedral He was given a state funeral
The solemn rites used in the disposition of a dead human body, whether such disposition be by interment, burning, or otherwise; esp
{s} of or pertaining to funeral
a ceremony at which a dead person is buried or cremated; "hundreds of people attended his funeral
the ceremony or solemnization of interment; obsequies; burial; formerly used in the plural
{i} burial ceremony, procession accompanying a coffin to the grave; problem, affair (Slang)
The procession attending the burial of the dead; the show and accompaniments of an interment
funeral director
An undertaker, one who arranges funerals
funeral directors
plural form of funeral director
funeral home
A mortuary where the friends and relatives of the deceased may attend a wake, or pay their last respects
funeral homes
plural form of funeral home
funeral parlor
a mortuary or funeral home
funeral parlors
plural form of funeral parlor
funeral parlour
Alternative spelling of funeral parlor
Attributive form of funeral director

Don't come to the wedding with your funeral-director expression!.

Attributive form of funeral home

This room has funeral-home lighting!.

Attributive form of funeral parlor

This room has funeral-parlor lighting!.

funeral director
A funeral director is a person whose job is to arrange funerals. One whose business is to arrange for the burial or cremation of the dead and assist at the funeral rites and who is usually an embalmer. Also called mortician, undertaker. someone who is paid to organize a funeral British Equivalent: undertaker
funeral home
A funeral home is a place where a funeral director works and where dead people are prepared for burial or cremation. An establishment in which the dead are prepared for burial or cremation and in which wakes and funerals may be held. 'funeral .parlour the place where a body is kept before a funeral
funeral home
a mortuary where those who knew the deceased can come to pay their last respects
funeral march
procession for accompanying the deceased to the grave
funeral march
a slow march to be played for funeral processions
funeral oration
speech made at a funeral about the person who has died
funeral parlor
business that provides various funeral services
funeral parlour
A funeral parlour is a place where a funeral director works and where dead people are prepared for burial or cremation
funeral urn
container which holds the ashes from a cremated body
it's one's funeral
One's decisions or actions will bring undesirable consequences only on oneself

Well, it's your funeral, Charlie said. If you like it, I should worry. Who says I like it? the other lad said, angrily. What else can I do?.

mass funeral
The formalities that accompany a mass burial
delivered a funeral oration
gave a speech at a funeral
plural of funeral
it's his funeral
it's his problem, let him handle the situation, it's not my business
it's your funeral
it is your problem
military funeral
burial ceremony for a member of the military
Turkish - English

Definition of funeral in Turkish English dictionary

cenaze salası Islam funeral prayer
(recited from the minaret)



    Turkish pronunciation



    /ˈfyo͞onərəl/ /ˈfjuːnɜrəl/


    [ fyün-r&l, fyü-n& ] (adjective.) 14th century. 1437, from Middle French funérailles (“funeral rites”) pl., from Medieval Latin funeralia (“funeral rites”), originally neuter plural of Late Latin funeralis (“having to do with a funeral”), from Latin funere, ablative of funus (“funeral, death, corpse”), origin unknown, perhaps ultimately from Proto-Indo-European *dheu- (“to die”). Singular and plural used interchangeably in English until circa 1700. The adjective funereal is first attested 1725, by influence of Middle French funerail, from Latin funereus, from funus.


    ... The one on the left is a the funeral of Pope John Paul II. ...

    Word of the day