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English - Turkish
yanıt vermek
cevap vermek

Bugün cevap vermek zorunda değilsin. - You don't have to reply today.

(Bilgisayar) yanıtla

Onun mektubunu yanıtlamak istemiyorum. - I do not want to reply to his letter.

Bu mektubu yanıtlamak zorundayım. - I have to reply to this letter.

cevaplamak
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{f} yanıtlamak

Bu mektubu yanıtlamak zorundayım. - I have to reply to this letter.

Son mektubunu yanıtlamaktan mutluyum. - I am happy to reply to your last letter.

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{i} cevap

Sizden henüz bir cevap almadım. - I have received no reply from you yet.

Lütfen bana kısa sürede bir cevap yaz. - Please write me a reply soon.

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{i} yanıt

Onun mektubunu hemen yanıtlamayı planlıyorum. - I plan to reply to his letter right away.

Mektubuma yanıt vermedi. - She didn't reply to my letter.

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cevap vermek

Bugün cevap vermek zorunda değilsin. - You don't have to reply today.

O, cevap vermek için çok fazla sinirli olduğu için yere baktı. - Being too nervous to reply, he stared at the floor.

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karşılık

Marie aşırı derecede kızardı, başını indirdi ve hiç karşılık vermedi. - Marie blushed exceedingly, lowered her head, and made no reply.

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(Askeri) CEVAP: Bir parolaya verilen cevap. Ayrıca bakınız: "challenge"; "countersign"; "password"
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{i} cevaba cevap
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(Askeri) parolaya verilen cevap
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yanıt vermek
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yanıtlamak cevap vermek
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{f} cevap ver

O, mektubuma cevap vermedi. - She didn't reply to my letter.

Daha kısa sürede cevap vermediğim için üzgünüm. - I'm sorry that I didn't reply sooner.

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(Bilgisayar) yanıtla

Sonunda bu son üç hafta boyunca almış olduğum postaları yanıtlamak için zamanım var. - I finally have time to reply to the mail that I have received these past three weeks.

Bu mektubu yanıtlamak zorundayım. - I have to reply to this letter.

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{f} (to) (-e) cevap/yanıt/karşılık vermek; to -i cevaplamak/yanıtlamak
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(Askeri) (AFTER CHALLENGING) KARŞI CEVAP (PAROLA SORULDUKTAN SONRA): Parolayı soran bir şahsın, parolayı aldıktan sonra, parola sorulan şahsa veya postaya kendisini tanıtmak için kullandığı gizli bir kelime veya özel bir ses. Ayrıca bakınız: "challenge and reply"
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{f} yanıt ver

Parola Dağ dır. Birisi dağ diyorsa, siz nehir diye yanıt verin. - The password is Mountain. If someone says Mountain, you reply River.

Mesajıma neden yanıt vermiyorsun? - Why don't you reply to my message?

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(Askeri) karşı cevap
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{f} cevaba cevapla karşılık vermek
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mukabele etmek
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cevaplandırmak
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karşılık vermek
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cevapla

Onun mektubunu cevaplamayı unutma. - Don't forget to reply to his letter.

Onun mektubunu cevaplamayı unutma. - Don't forget to reply to her letter.

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Definition of reply to in English English dictionary

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To act or gesture in response

Johnabella replied to Partario's insult with a slap to his face.

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the speech act of continuing a conversational exchange; "he growled his reply
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{n} an answer, a return made to an answer
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{v} to answer, return for answer, rejoin
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Information requested by a client program using the X protocol is sent back to the client with a reply Both events and replies are multiplexed on the same connection Most requests do not generate replies, but some requests generate multiple replies
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Peter Keller: "Re: cifdic m96"
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{f} answer, respond
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{i} answer, response
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Eric Miller: "Re: Attribute set definitions"
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A written response to a counterclaim or a cross-claim
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JOHN N WARFIELD: "Re: Definitions LO1687 (was: Pascal)"
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Carole LaPointe: "Re: Ojibwe Dictionary?"
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A mail which is an answer to another mail Usually recognized by a refernce in the mail header
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a statement (either spoken or written) that is made in reply to a question or request or criticism or accusation; "I waited several days for his answer"; "he wrote replies to several of his critics"
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Figuratively, to do something in return for something done; as, to reply to a signal; to reply to the fire of a battery
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A user-generated message posted in response to another post
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Morten Eriksen: "Re: Changing Mouse Button Definitions in ExaminerViewer"
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A reply is something that you say or write when you answer someone or answer a letter or advertisement. I called out a challenge, but there was no reply David has had 12 replies to his ad He said in reply that the question was unfair. = response
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the speech act of continuing a conversational exchange; "he growled his reply"
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Vladimir Parkhaev: "Re: wanted: a script to try dictionary attacks against NOTES ID files"
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Used by the server to reply to the authentication information received in a previous IS command Also used to authenticate the server to the client
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To return for an answer
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That which is said, written, or done in answer to what is said, written, or done by another; an answer; a response
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To make a return in words or writing; to respond; to answer
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If you reply to something such as an attack with violence or with another action, you do something in response. Farmers threw eggs and empty bottles at police, who replied with tear gas The National Salvation Front has already replied to this series of opposition moves with its own demonstrations
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A reply is an answer to the author of an article by e-mail
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Bill Frantz: "Re: Other Definitions - Raw vs Field"
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Dominique Hazaël-Massieux: "Re: Glossary Work Progress"
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A written or spoken response; part of a conversation
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A written pleading containing the plaintiff's allegations in response to a counterclaim
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dphull_at_ku edu: "Re: dictionary"
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The response by a party to charges raised in a pleading by the other party
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To answer a defendant's plea
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To answer a message You can reply with or without the original message and reply to all recipients of the original message (including cc'd people) or just the original sender In general, it's a good idea to include at least some of the original message in a reply so that the sender knows what you are replying to The worst kind of message is a reply that just says, "Yes, I agree" -- by the time the original sender gets your message, he or she may not remember what you are agreeing to or about! The original message in most mailers is indicated by > signs at the beginning of each line
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To give a written or spoken response, especially to a question, request, accusation or criticism; to answer
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Information requested by a client program by means of the X protocol is sent back to the client with a ``reply '' Both events and replies are multiplexed on the same connection Most requests do not generate replies Some requests generate multiple replies
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Zoltan Somogyi: "Re: [m-dev ] multi-language definitions"
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A newsgroup article that is posted to the newsgroup as a response to another post It's usually a good idea to quote from the article you're replying to so people know what you're talking about When replying, avoid posting simply "me too" or "I agree "
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A posting to a topic A topic consists of the original post that started off the topic, and usually one or more replies
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When a case is tried or argued in Court, the argument of the plaintiff in answer to that of the defendant A pleading in response to an answer
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A reply is an acknowledgment (positive or negative) sent from receiver to sender via the transmission channel in response to a command The general form of a reply is a completion code (including error codes) followed by a text string The codes are for use by programs and the text is usually intended for human users
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Something given in reply
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To respond to an e-mail or Usenet message
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To repeat something back; to echo
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reply or respond to; "She didn't want to answer"; "answer the question"; "We answered that we would accept the invitation"
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When you reply to something that someone has said or written to you, you say or write an answer to them. `That's a nice dress,' said Michael. `Thanks,' she replied solemnly He replied that this was absolutely impossible Grace was too terrified to reply To their surprise, hundreds replied to the advertisement. = answer
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    Hyphenation

    re·ply to

    Turkish pronunciation

    riplay tı

    Pronunciation

    /rēˈplī tə/ /riːˈplaɪ tə/

    Etymology

    [ ri-'plI ] (verb.) 14th century. Middle English replien, from Middle French replier to fold again, from Latin replicare to fold back, from re- + plicare to fold; more at PLY.

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