saith

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Definition of saith in English Turkish dictionary

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demek

Ne alışveriş etmek ne de anneme hoşça kal demek için zamanım vardı. - I had neither the time to go shopping, nor to say goodbye to my mother.

Onu söyledim, ama onu demek istemedim. - I did say that, but I didn't mean it.

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söylemek

Onun söylemek istediği sadece reddedeceği anlamına geliyor. - What she wants to say just adds up to a refusal.

Söylemek istediğim her şeyi söyledikten sonra oldukça rahatlamış hissettim. - I felt quite relieved after I had said all I wanted to say.

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tekrarlamak

Hiçbir şey söylemezsen, bunu tekrarlamak için çağrılmayacaksın. - If you don't say anything, you won't be called on to repeat it.

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varsaymak
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{i} laf
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bildirmek

Ben onun hakkında size bildirmek istedim ama Tom bir şey söylemememi söyledi. - I wanted to let you know about that, but Tom told me not to say anything.

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{i} söz sırası
sing
şarkı söyleme

Birlikte şarkı söylemekten hoşlandık. - We enjoyed singing songs together.

Aniden, annem şarkı söylemeye başladı. - Suddenly, my mother started singing.

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ister misin

Üzgünüm dememi ister misin? - Do you want me to say I'm sorry?

Bir şeyler söylemek ister misin? - Would you like to say something?

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demek (said)
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okumak

Tom Mary'ninFransızca okumak zorunda olduğunu söylüyor. - Tom says Mary has to study French.

Tom Fransızca okumak istediğini söylüyor. - Tom says he wants to study French.

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diyelim
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{i} söz

Baylar, karşılamada birkaç söz söylemem için bana izin verin. - Gentlemen, allow me to say a few words in greeting.

Tom'un o konuda bir sözü yok. - Tom doesn't have a say in that matter.

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tutmak
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söz söyleme/karar verme hakkı/ gücü
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söyle

Onu başka bir şekilde söyle. - Say it in another way.

Bazı doktorlar hastalarını memnun etmek için bir şeyler söylerler. - Some doctors say something to please their patients.

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söz sahibi olma
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şarkı söyle

Onlar şarkı söyleyebilirler. - They're able to sing.

Kızlar kalabalığa doğru şarkı söyleyerek geldi. - The girls came singing toward the crowd.

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çınlamak
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(kuş) ötmek
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(şarkı) söylemek
sing
ıslık gibi ses çıkarmak
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farzetmek
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son söz

Ne yazık ki, Tom bununla ilgili son sözü söyleyen kişi değil. - Unfortunately, Tom isn't the one who has the final say on this.

Tom senin son söze sahip olduğunu söyledi. - Tom said you have the final say.

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diyor

Onun gözlemi şiddetli fakat o çok az diyor. - His observation is sharp, but he says very little.

Mike ben nasıl hissettiğinizi anlıyorum, Hiroshi diyor. - I understand how you feel, Hiroshi, says Mike.

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söylüyor

Kitabı bitirdiği zaman bana ödünç vereceğini söylüyor. - He says that he will lend me the book when he is done with it.

Haber Yunanistan'da büyük bir deprem olduğunu söylüyor. - The news says that there was a big earthquake in Greece.

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{ü} k.dili. Hey, bana bak!
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{i} denilen şey, söz
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{f} (said) demek, söylemek
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etmek okumak bildirmek
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{f} okumak (dua)
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{f} etmek (dua)
sing
{f} çağırmak
sing
{f} şakımak
sing
{f} okumak (şiir)
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{f} vınlamak
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özellikle birçok kimsenin bi
sing
{f} uğuldamak
sing
uğuldamak çınlamak şiir okumak
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çağlamak
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terennüm etmek
Turkish - Turkish

Definition of saith in Turkish Turkish dictionary

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(Hukuk) Emek, çalışma
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Düz, ve ince yassı taş
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Düz, ince, yassı taş: "Yağmur yağar da ışılaşır sayları / Eli göçmüş de bozulaşır daylağı"- Halk türküsü. Çalışma, emek
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Hac ibadeti sırasında Safa ile Merve tepeleri arasında gidip gelme
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çalışma, çabalama
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Düz, ince, yassı taş
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Tropikal Amerika'da yaşayan küçük maymun
English - English
Alternative spelling of saithe
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of say

Saith His Name audibly.

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{f} says (archaic usage)
of Say
archaic, third-person singular of say
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One's stated opinion or input into a discussion

Above all, however, we would like to think that there is more to be decided, after the engines and after the humans have had their says.

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Let's say

I've followed Selina down the strip, when we're shopping, say, and she strolls on ahead, wearing sawn-off jeans and a wash-withered T-shirt.

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Used to gain one's attention before making an inquiry or suggestion; hey

Say, what did you think about the movie?.

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to have a common expression; used in singular passive voice or plural active voice to indicate a rumor or well-known fact

It’s said that fifteen wagon loads of ready-made clothes for the Virginia troops came to, and stay in, town to-night.

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To communicate, either verbally or in writing

He said he would be here tomorrow.

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To indicate in a written form

The sign says it’s 50 kilometres to Paris.

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A type of fine cloth similar to serge

All in a kirtle of discolourd say / He clothed was .

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To pronounce

Please say your name slowly and clearly.

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{v} to speak, utter, pronounce, tell, allege
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{n} a speech, sample, proof, trial, thin stuff
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speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way; "She pronounces French words in a funny way"; "I cannot say `zip wire'"; "Can the child sound out this complicated word?"
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Instead of
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To take the say To taste meat or wine before it is presented, in order to prove that it is not poisoned The phrase was common in the reign of Queen Elizabeth “Nor deem it meet that you to him convey The proffered bowl, unless you taste the say” Rose: Orlando Furioso, xxi 61
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recite or repeat a fixed text; "Say grace"; "She said her `Hail Mary'"
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You can use say when you want to discuss something that might possibly happen or be true. Say you could change anything about the world we live in, what would it be? = suppose
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If you have a say in something, you have the right to give your opinion and influence decisions relating to it. The students wanted more say in the government of the university
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If something goes without saying, it is obvious. It goes without saying that if someone has lung problems they should not smoke
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You indicate the information given by something such as a clock, dial, or map by mentioning what it says. The clock said four minutes past eleven The map says there's six of them
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Essay; trial; attempt
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express in words; "He said that he wanted to marry her"; "tell me what is bothering you"; "state your opinion"; "state your name"
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You can mention the contents of a piece of writing by mentioning what it says or what someone says in it. The report says there is widespread and routine torture of political prisoners in the country You can't have one without the other, as the song says `Highly inflammable,' it says on the spare canister Jung believed that God speaks to us in dreams. The Bible says so too
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feelings You can use `You don't say' to express surprise at what someone has told you. People often use this expression to indicate that in fact they are not surprised. `I'm a writer.' --- `You don't say. What kind of book are you writing?'
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v say said pret [OE secgan, sæîde 1/3 sg pret ]
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When you say something, you speak words. `I'm sorry,' he said She said they were very impressed Forty-one people are said to have been seriously hurt I packed and said goodbye to Charlie I hope you didn't say anything about Gretchen Did he say where he was going? It doesn't sound exactly orthodox, if I may say so
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If you say something to yourself, you think it. Perhaps I'm still dreaming, I said to myself
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Saw

Tom says he saw Mary. - Tom says he saw Mary.

Tom and Mary say they saw somebody climbing over the fence. - Tom and Mary say they saw someone climbing over the fence.

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state as one's opinion or judgement; declare; "I say let's forget this whole business"
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have or contain a certain wording or form; "The passage reads as follows"; "What does the law say?"
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You use that is to say or that's to say to indicate that you are about to express the same idea more clearly or precisely. territories that were occupied in 1967, that is to say, in the West Bank and Gaza
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the chance to speak; "let him have his say"
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Trial by sample; assay; sample; specimen; smack
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emphasis You can use `You can say that again' to express strong agreement with what someone has just said. `Must have been a fiddly job.' --- `You can say that again.'
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When one of the people or groups involved in a discussion has their say, they give their opinion. The Football Association have had their say
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express a supposition; "Let us say that he did not tell the truth"; "Let's say you had a lot of money--what would you do?"
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You use say in expressions such as I'll say that for them and you can say this for them after or before you mention a good quality that someone has, usually when you think they do not have many good qualities. He's usually smartly-dressed, I'll say that for him At the very least, he is devastatingly sure of himself, you can say that
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If something says something about a person, situation, or thing, it gives important information about them. I think that says a lot about how well Seles is playing The appearance of the place and the building says something about the importance of the project
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To utter or express in words; to tell; to speak; to declare; as, he said many wise things
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A speech; something said; an expression of opinion; a current story; a maxim or (Atasözü)
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let's assume, supposing that; approximately, about; for instance
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To try; to assay
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To repeat; to rehearse; to recite; to pronounce; as, to say a lesson
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{f} utter, express verbally; assume, suppose; claim, declare, assert
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If you say that something says it all, you mean that it shows you very clearly the truth about a situation or someone's feelings. This is my third visit in a week, which says it all
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give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority; "I said to him to go home"; "She ordered him to do the shopping"; "The mother told the child to get dressed"
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(v ) Design
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state as one's opinion or judgement; declare; "I say let's forget this whole business
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You can use say or let's say when you mention something as an example. To see the problem here more clearly, let's look at a different biological system, say, an acorn
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To recite
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To mention or suggest as an estimate, hypothesis, or approximation; hence, to suppose; in the imperative, followed sometimes by the subjunctive; as, he had, say fifty thousand dollars; the fox had run, say ten miles
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to say the least: see least needless to say: see needless
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the chance to speak; "let him have his say" indicate; "The clock says noon" communicate or express nonverbally; "What does this painting say?"; "Did his face say anything about how he felt?" recite or repeat a fixed text; "Say grace"; "She said her `Hail Mary'" utter aloud; "She said `Hello' to everyone in the office" state as one's opinion or judgement; declare; "I say let's forget this whole business
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If you say there is a lot to be said for something, you mean you think it has a lot of good qualities or aspects. There's a lot to be said for being based in the country
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If something says a lot for a person or thing, it shows that this person or thing is very good or has a lot of good qualities. It says a lot for him that he has raised his game to the level required It says much for Brookner's skill that the book is sad, but never depressing
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You use say in expressions such as I would just like to say to introduce what you are actually saying, or to indicate that you are expressing an opinion or admitting a fact. If you state that you can't say something or you wouldn't say something, you are indicating in a polite or indirect way that it is not the case. I would just like to say that this is the most hypocritical thing I have ever heard in my life I must say that rather shocked me, too Dead? Well, I can't say I'm sorry
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To speak; to express an opinion; to make answer; to reply
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If someone asks what you have to say for yourself, they are asking what excuse you have for what you have done. `Well,' she said eventually, `what have you to say for yourself?'
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communication heard only within the same virtual " room"
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You use to say nothing of when you mention an additional thing which gives even more strength to the point you are making. Unemployment leads to a sense of uselessness, to say nothing of financial problems
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{i} statement, something that is said; opinion; right or opportunity to speak; expression of opinion
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A kind of silk or satin
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communicate or express nonverbally; "What does this painting say?"; "Did his face say anything about how he felt?"
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indicate; "The clock says noon"
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formulae You use `I wouldn't say no' to indicate that you would like something, especially something that has just been offered to you. I wouldn't say no to a drink
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report or maintain; "He alleged that he was the victim of a crime"; "He said it was too late to intervene in the war"; "The registrar says that I owe the school money"
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(Saai) Hajj procession from Safa to Marwa
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To announce as a decision or opinion; to state positively; to assert; hence, to form an opinion upon; to be sure about; to be determined in mind as to
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A delicate kind of serge, or woolen cloth
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Tried quality; temper; proof
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utter aloud; "She said `Hello' to everyone in the office"
Turkish - English

Definition of saith in Turkish English dictionary

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(Bilgisayar) count by
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count

When angry, count ten; when very angry, a hundred. - Kızgınsan ona kadar; çok kızgınsan yüze kadar say.

In the Tokyo stock market, stocks of about 450 companies are traded over the counter. - Tokyo borsasında, aşağı yukarı 450 şirketin hisse senetleri sayaç üzerinde işlem gördü.

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{f} numbered

He is numbered among the greatest scientists in the world. - Dünyadaki en büyük bilim insanları arasında sayılıyor.

His days as a politician are numbered. - Bir siyasetçi olarak onun günleri sayılı.

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regard as
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{f} counting

You must be accurate in counting. - Saymada yanlış yapmamaya özen göstermelisin.

I'm counting the number of people. - Ben insanların sayısını sayıyorum.

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deem

You know Americans are jealous of the British accent that they deem more prestigious. - Amerikalıların daha prestijli saydıkları İngiliz aksanını kıskandıklarını bilirsiniz.

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