presuming

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English - Turkish
haddini aşan
{s} kendine çok güvenen
{s} kendinden çok emin
{s} cüretli
{s} küstah
presu kalkış/çıkar/varsay
{s} haddini bilmez
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{f} farzetmek
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{f} 1. sanmak, zannetmek, tahmin etmek: I am presuming that it will cost around fifty million liras. Yaklaşık elli milyon liraya mal olacağını
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farzet
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yeltenmek
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addetmek
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sanmak
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kalkmak
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saymak
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kalkışmak
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varsayım
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zannetmek
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cüret etmek
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haddini bilmemek
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tahmin

Dan iki yıldır kayıp ve öldüğü tahmin ediliyordu. - Dan had been missing for two years and was presumed dead.

Ben senin Tom Jackson olduğunu tahmin ediyorum. - I presume you're Tom Jackson.

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kabul etmek
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varsaymak
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galiba
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tahmin etmek
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haddini aşmak
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presume on istismar etmek
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cesaret etmek
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{f} ihtimal vermek
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presumablytahminen
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presu kalkış/çıkar/varsay
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sanmak, zannetmek, tahmin etmek: I am presuming that it will cost around fifty million liras. Yaklaşık elli milyon liraya mal olacağını
English - English
{a} supposing, confident, bold
present participle of presume
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To give some evidence of

Paw prints in the snow presume a visit from next door's cat.

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To assume true without proof

You are presumed to be innocent until found guilty.

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To suppose

That's the new coffee machine, I presume.

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To dare without permission

He presumed to hire a personal secretary.

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{v} to suppose, venture, depend
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To assume or take beforehand; esp
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{f} assume, take for granted; dare, venture; take liberties, permit oneself
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To take or suppose to be true, or entitled to belief, without examination or proof, or on the strength of probability; to take for granted; to infer; to suppose
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If you presume that something is the case, you think that it is the case, although you are not certain. I presume you're here on business Dido's told you the whole sad story, I presume? `Had he been home all week?' --- `I presume so.' areas that have been presumed to be safe The missing person is presumed dead. = assume
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constitute reasonable evidence for; "A restaurant bill presumes the consumption of food"
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To assume something is true in the absence of contrary proof
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take upon oneself; act presumptuously, without permission; "How dare you call my lawyer?"
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take to be the case or to be true; accept without verification or proof; "I assume his train was late"
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to do or undertake without leave or authority previously obtained
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If an idea, theory, or plan presumes certain facts, it regards them as true so that they can be used as a basis for further ideas and theories. The legal definition of `know' often presumes mental control The arrangement presumes that both lenders and borrowers are rational
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To dare to do something without permission
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take liberties or act with too much confidence constitute reasonable evidence for; "A restaurant bill presumes the consumption of food
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To suppose or assume something to be, or to be true, on grounds deemed valid, though not amounting to proof; to believe by anticipation; to infer; as, we may presume too far
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To give some evidence of proof
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To venture, go, or act, by an assumption of leave or authority not granted; to go beyond what is warranted by the circumstances of the case; to venture beyond license; to take liberties; often with on or upon before the ground of confidence
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To take liberties
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take liberties or act with too much confidence
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If you say that someone presumes to do something, you mean that they do it even though they have no right to do it. They're resentful that outsiders presume to meddle in their affairs
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Confidently; arrogantly
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    Hyphenation

    pre·sum·ing

    Turkish pronunciation

    prizumîng

    Pronunciation

    /prēˈzo͞oməɴɢ/ /priːˈzuːmɪŋ/

    Etymology

    [ pri-'züm ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English, from Late Latin & Middle French; Late Latin praesumere to dare, from Latin, to anticipate, assume, from prae- + sumere to take; Middle French presumer to assume, from Latin praesumere; more at CONSUME.

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