professing

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English - Turkish
açıklama
{i} iddia etme
açıklayarak
{f} açıkla
professing love
aşk ilan etmek
profess
(Ticaret) icra etmek
profess
iddiasında bulunmak
profess
ilan etmek
profess
meslek icra etmek
profess
ileri sürmek
profess
açıklamak
profess
açıkça söylemek
profess
{f} iddia etmek
profess
açıkla

Profesörler, her şeyi detaylı bir şekilde açıklamalılar, kısa ve öz olmamalılar ve her zaman öğrencilere eve gitmelerini ve kitaplarını okumalarını söylemeliler. - Professors should explain everything in detail, not be succinct and always tell students to go home and read their books.

Bir profesyonele göre, bugünkü oyunda kendisiyle ilgili garip bir açıklama yaptı. - For a professional, he gave a poor account of himself in today's game.

profess
itiraf etmek
profess
öğretmek

İngilizce öğretmek onun mesleğidir. - Teaching English is his profession.

profess
yapmak

Şarkıcılığı hep meslek olarak yapmak istemişimdir. - I always wanted to be a professional singer.

Çoğunluğu değilsede, çok sayıda profesyonel çevirmen sadece kendi ana dillerine çeviri yapmaktadırlar. - Many, if not most, professional translators only translate into their native language.

profess
savlamak
profess
profesörlük yapmak
profess
x göster/iddia et/açıkla
profess
ikrar etmek
profess
{f} icra etmek (meslek)
profess
{f} (inancını) ikrar etmek, açıkça
English - English
Present participle of profess
an open avowal (true or false) of some belief or opinion; "a profession of disagreement"
profess
To declare friendship
profess
To take a profession upon one's self by a public declaration; to confess
profess
To make open declaration of, as of one's knowledge, belief, action, etc.; to avow or acknowledge; to confess publicly; to own or admit freely
profess
To set up a claim to; to make presence to; hence, to put on or present an appearance of
profess
{v} to declare, protest, exercise
profess
If you profess a feeling, opinion, or belief, you express it. He professed to be content with the arrangement Bacher professed himself pleased with the Indian tour. a right to profess their faith in Islam
profess
receive into a religious order or congregation
profess
To take a profession upon ones self by a public declaration; to confess
profess
confess one's faith in, or allegiance to; "The terrorists professed allegiance to the Muslim faith"; "he professes to be a Communist"
profess
state freely; "The teacher professed that he was not generous when it came to giving good grades"
profess
If you profess to do or have something, you claim that you do it or have it, often when you do not. She professed to hate her nickname Why do organisations profess that they care? `I don't know,' Pollard replied, professing innocence. the Republicans' professed support for traditional family values. = claim
profess
take vows, as in religious order; "she professed herself as a nun"
profess
To present to knowledge of to proclaim ones self versed in; to make ones self a teacher or practitioner of to set up as an authority respecting; to declare (ones self to be such); as, he professes surgery; to profess ones self a physician
profess
practice as a profession, teach, or claim to be knowledgeable about; "She professes organic chemistry"
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state insincerely; "He professed innocence but later admitted his guilt"; "She pretended not to have known the suicide bomber"; "She pretends to be an expert on wine"
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{f} claim, allege; present oneself as -; declare one's faith in -; engage in -, work in -; feign, pretend
profess
To present to knowledge of, to proclaim one's self versed in; to make one's self a teacher or practitioner of, to set up as an authority respecting; to declare (one's self to be such); as, he professes surgery; to profess one's self a physician
profess
To make open declaration of, as of one's knowledge, belief, action, etc
profess
admit, make a clean breast of; "She confessed that she had taken the money"
profess
To make open declaration of as of ones knowledge, belief, action, etc.; to avow or acknowledge; to confess publicly; to own or admit freely
profess
to avow or acknowledge; to confess publicly; to own or admit freely
profess
receive into a religious order or congregation state freely; "The teacher professed that he was not generous when it came to giving good grades
professing

    Turkish pronunciation

    prıfesîng

    Pronunciation

    /prəˈfesəɴɢ/ /prəˈfɛsɪŋ/

    Etymology

    [ pr&-'fes, prO- ] (verb.) 14th century. in sense 1, from Middle English, from profes, adjective, having professed one's vows, from Middle French, from Late Latin professus, from Latin, pp. of profitEri to profess, confess, from pro- before + fatEri to acknowledge; in other senses, from Latin pr.

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