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English - Turkish

Definition of the sun in English Turkish dictionary

Sun
(isim) Güneş

Güneş gökyüzünde parlıyor. - The sun is shining in the sky.

Bugün güneşli bir gün. - Today is a sunny day.

sun
pazar

Her pazar tenis oynardı. - She used to play tennis every Sunday.

Her pazar kiliseye giderim. - I go to church every Sunday.

sun
(Astronomi) şems

Kaldırımda bir şemsiye vardı. - There was a sunshade over the sidewalk.

Bankalar güneşli bir günde sana bir şemsiye vermeye çalışırlar ama yağmurlu bir günde sırtlarını dönerler. - Banks will try to lend you an umbrella on a sunny day, but they will turn their backs on a rainy day.

sun
(Bilgisayar) paz

Dün cumartesi değil, pazardı. - Yesterday was Sunday, not Saturday.

Birçok ülkede, Arap ülkeleri ve İsrail hariç genellikle Cumartesi ve Pazar, hafta sonu günleri olarak ilan edilmiştir. - In most countries, with the exception of the Arab countries and Israel, Saturday and Sunday are defined as the weekend.

sun
yıl (şiir)
sun
{f} güneşlen

Tom iskelede uzanmış güneşleniyordu. - Tom was lying on the pier getting a suntan.

Güneşlenmek istiyordum. - I wanted to sunbathe.

sun
güneşletmek
sun
(Bilgisayar) p
sun
güneşlenmek

Güneşlenmek istiyordum. - I wanted to sunbathe.

sun
güneşlendirmek
sun
güne
to the sun
güneş almak
Sun
(isim) Hurşit
daystar
{i} güneş
daystar
{i} seher yıldızı
sol
eski Romalıların güneş tanrısı
sol
(Tıp) 1. Kolloidal bir sistem olup dispers fazdaki madde katıdır ve eritici madde katı, sıvı (hidrosol) veya gaz (aerosol) olabilir
sol
güneş/sôl
sol
(isim) sol [müz.]
sol
sol noktası
sol
koloit
sol
{i} sol [müz.]
sol
güneş

Neptün, güneş sisteminin sekizinci gezegenidir. - Neptune is the eighth planet of the solar system.

Güneş sistemimize en yakın yıldız Proxima Centauri'dir. - The nearest star to our solar system is Proxima Centauri.

sol
sol notası
sol
gamda beşinci nota
sun
güneş ışığı
sun
gündoğumu

Ne güzel bir gündoğumu o! - What a beautiful sunrise it is!

Gündoğumunu izleyebilelim diye erken kalktık. - We got up early so that we could see the sunrise.

sun
gün

Ne güzel bir günbatımı! - What a beautiful sunset!

Pazar günü okula gitmiyorsun, değil mi? - You don't go to school on Sunday, do you?

sun
peykleri olan yıldız
sun
{i} gün [şiir]
sun
güneş [astr.]
sun
sun compass kutuplarda kullanılan ve güneş ışınlarıyla işleyen pusul
sun
yıl

Babamın doğum günü bu yıl pazar gününe denk geliyor. - My father's birthday falls on Sunday this year.

Bu yıl, Yeni Yıl Pazar gününe denk geliyor. - This year New Year's Day falls on Sunday.

sun
{i} yıl [şiir]
sun
sun bath güneş banyosu
sun
sene

Önümüzdeki sene doğum günüm Pazara denk gelecek. - Next year my birthday will fall on Sunday.

sun
f güneş
sun
{f} güneşte bırakmak
sun
{f} güneşe sermek
Turkish - Turkish

Definition of the sun in Turkish Turkish dictionary

sun
(Osmanlı Dönemi) sanatlı iş; yapmak
English - English
sol
daystar
{i} tabloid newspaper which is published daily in the United Kingdom and Ireland
Sun
The star at the center of our solar system, represented in astronomy and astrology by ☉
Sun
Sunday
sun
The star which the Earth revolves around and from which it receives light and warmth.The Illustrated Oxford Dictionary, Oxford University Press, 1998
sun
Sunrise or sunset
sun
Something like the sun in brightness or splendor.Webster's College Dictionary, Random House, 2001
sun
The light and warmth which is received from the sun
sun
A star, especially when seen as the centre of any single solar system
sun
{n} the luminary of the day, a hot sunny place
sun
{v} to expose to or warm in the sun
Sun
A sun is any star which has planets going around it
Sun
The sun is the ball of fire in the sky that the Earth goes round, and that gives us heat and light. The sun was now high in the southern sky The sun came out, briefly. the sun's rays The sun was shining
Sun
The star at the center of our solar system, represented in astronomy and astrology by ☉
Sun
Everything under the sun means a very great number of things. Anything under the sun means anything at all. We sat there for hours talking about everything under the sun
Sun
solar sphere
Sun
You refer to the light and heat that reach us from the sun as the sun. Dena took them into the courtyard to sit in the sun
Sun
Sun. is a written abbreviation for Sunday. The Palace is open Mon-Sun
Sun
An English tabloid newspaper
Sun
a place in the sun: see place. Sunday. a British tabloid daily newspaper which generally supports right-wing and nationalist political ideas. It has some articles about events in the news and politics, but many of its stories are about the private lives of well-known people, such as the royal family, television actors, and sports players. the written abbreviation of Sunday. sunned sunning sun yourself to sit or lie outside when the sun is shining. Star around which the components of the solar system revolve. It is about five billion years old and is the dominant body of the system, with more than 99% of its mass. It converts five million tons of matter into energy every second by nuclear fusion reactions in its core, producing neutrinos (see solar neutrino problem) and solar radiation. The small amount of this energy that penetrates Earth's atmosphere provides the light and heat that support life. A sphere of luminous gas 864,950 mi (1,392,000 km) in diameter, the Sun has about 330,000 times the mass of Earth. Its core temperature is close to 27 million °F (15 million °C) and its surface temperature about 10,000 °F (6,000 °C). The Sun, a spectral type G (yellow) star, has fairly average properties for a main-sequence star (see Hertzsprung-Russell diagram). It rotates at different rates at different latitudes; one rotation takes 36 days at the poles but only 25 days at the equator. The visible surface, or photosphere, is in constant motion, with the number and position of sunspots changing in a regular solar cycle. External phenomena include magnetic activity extending into the chromosphere and corona, solar flares, solar prominences, and the solar wind. Effects on Earth include auroras and disruption of radio communications and power-transmission lines. Despite its activity, the Sun appears to have remained relatively unchanged for billions of years. See also eclipse; heliopause. Sun tzu Baltimore Sun the Sun King Moon Sun Myung sun bear sun dance sun worship Sun Yat sen Sun Yixian Yi Sun shin
sun
{i} star at the center of the solar system around which the planets revolve; light and heat given off by the sun; star
sun
There's no shortage of flowers for a sunny container! Combine at least three different flowers for a pretty container garden Try any of these: dwarf marigolds, alyssum, geranium, vinca, verbena, salvia, catmint, dianthus, dwarf celosia, dahlias, dwarf zinnias, gazania, globe amaranth, moss rose, nasturtium, salvia, snapdragon, stock, dwarf strawflowers, statice, linum, lavender, melampodium, petunia, annual ornamental grass, petunia, phlox, dwarf sweet peas, veronica, annual candytuft
sun
star that provides heat and light to the earth, as in: Too much exposure to the sun can damage skin
sun
Luminous star around which the Earth and other planets revolve around The sun emits 63,000,000 Watts per square meter of electromagnetic radiation The sun has an average distance from the Earth of about 150,000,000 kilometers The Earth's orbit is not circular but elliptical
sun
SURFACE TENSION the tension of the surface film of a liquid , tending to minimize its surface area
sun
any star around which a planetary system evolves
sun
To expose to the sun's rays; to warm or dry in the sun; as, to sun cloth; to sun grain
sun
style of T'ai Chi Ch'uan developed by Sun Lu-T'ang
sun
Hebrew, Elohim (God); Greek, helios (the sun); Breton, heol; Latin, sol; German, sonne; Anglo-Saxon, sunne As a deity, called Adonis by the Phoenicians, and Apollo by the Greeks and Romans Sun Harris, in his Hermes, asserts that all nations ascribe to the sun a masculine and the moon a feminine gender For confutation see Moon City of the Sun Rhodes was so called because the sun was its tutelar deity The Colossos of Rhodes was consecrated to the sun On or Heliopolis, Egypt
sun
The closest star to Earth (149,599,000 km away on average) The sun dwarfs the other bodies in the solar system, representing approximately 99 86 percent of all the mass in the solar system One hundred and nine Earths would be required to fit across the Sun's disk, its interior could hold over 1 3 million Earths
sun
Sun Microsystems
sun
A star of the spectral type G0; the center of the solar system Sometimes used generally as synomym for star
sun
The direct light or warmth of the sun; sunshine
sun
The star at the center of our solar system
sun
85% of the mass in the solar system" any star around which a planetary system evolves a person considered as a source of warmth or energy or glory etc expose one's body to the sun expose to the rays of the sun or affect by exposure to the sun; "insolated paper may turn yellow and crumble"; "These herbs suffer when sunned
sun
any star around which a planetary system evolves a person considered as a source of warmth or energy or glory etc expose one's body to the sun expose to the rays of the sun or affect by exposure to the sun; "insolated paper may turn yellow and crumble"; "These herbs suffer when sunned
sun
eye of day
sun
zun
sun
{f} expose to the sun's rays; warm or dry in the sunshine; expose oneself to the sun's rays, warm oneself in the sunshine
sun
85% of the mass in the solar system"
sun
(Heb shemesh), first mentioned along with the moon as the two great luminaries of heaven (Gen 1: 14-18) By their motions and influence they were intended to mark and divide times and seasons The worship of the sun was one of the oldest forms of false religion (Job 31: 26,27), and was common among the Egyptians and Chaldeans and other pagan nations The Jews were warned against this form of idolatry (Deut 4: 19; 17: 3; comp 2 Kings 23: 11; Jer 19: 13)
sun
The star associated with Earth's solar system The Sun weighs about 2x1030 kilograms, and is about 1 4x109 meters in diameter
sun
The luminous orb, the light of which constitutes day, and its absence night; the central body round which the earth and planets revolve, by which they are held in their orbits, and from which they receive light and heat
sun
The star that is the central body of our solar system
sun
a typical star that is the source of light and heat for the planets in the solar system; "the sun contains 99 85% of the mass in the solar system"
sun
the rays of the sun; "the shingles were weathered by the sun and wind"
sun
Its mean distance from the earth is about 92,500,000 miles, and its diameter about 860,000
sun
This is a spell Duration Spells with a Sun duration last until Sunrise or Sunset whichever occurs sooner
sun
The star which the Earth orbits and from which we recieve our light and heat
sun
expose to the rays of the sun or affect by exposure to the sun; "insolated paper may turn yellow and crumble"; "These herbs suffer when sunned"
sun
n the central star of the solar system, approximately 93 million miles (150 million kilometers) from Earth's surface Also, the central star of any planetary system
sun
Any heavenly body which forms the center of a system of orbs
sun
The star at the center of our solar system It is made mostly of hydrogen and helium with traces of heavier elements This image of the Sun is courtesy of SOHO/EIT More about the Sun
sun
Sun Microsystems Makers of high-end UNIX workstations
sun
a typical star that is the source of light and heat for the planets in the solar system; "the sun contains 99
sun
a person considered as a source of warmth or energy or glory etc
sun
Name of the company that produces the machines that make up the UNIX Timesharing Service as well as numerous UNIX workstations available on campus Often, members of the timesharing service are referred to as "Suns "
sun
multiuser Unix Workstation manufactured by Sun that runs the SunOS operating system (Sparc 20, Sun IPC, Sun 3/60)
sun
The star at the centre of the solar system The star the Earth orbits
sun
expose one's body to the sun
sun
the star at the at the centre of our solar system
sun
The star about which the Earth and other planets revolve
sun
That which resembles the sun, as in splendor or importance; any source of light, warmth, or animation
sun
first day of the week; observed as a day of rest and worship by most Christians
sun
the star which is the central body of the solar system
Turkish - English

Definition of the sun in Turkish English dictionary

sun
{f} present

The mayor presented him with the key to the city. - Belediye başkanı ona şehrin anahtarını sundu.

A more plausible proposal is the one Leech presented in conjunction with Emmet's theory. - Emmet'in teorisi ile bağlantılı olarak Leech'in sunduğu teklif en makulüdür.

sun
(Bilgisayar) presentit
sun
(Bilgisayar) sat

Tom sat on the porch, reading the evening paper. - Tom akşam gazetesini okurken sundurmada oturdu.

Tom sat on the porch and read the paper. - Tom sundurmada oturdu ve gazete okudu.

sun
submit

Tom said that Mary had to submit a written apology. - Tom Mary'nin yazılı bir özür sunmak zorunda olduğunu söyledi.

He decided to submit his resignation. - İstifasını sunma kararı aldı.

sun
{f} presenting

The Royal Shakespeare Company is presenting The Merchant of Venice next week. - Kraliyet Shakespeare Şirketi önümüzdeki hafta Venedik Tüccarını sunuyor.

People need to be more lively when presenting their work. - İnsanlar işlerini sunarken daha canlı olması gerekir.

sun
{f} presented

The statistical data presented in her paper is of great use for us in estimating the frequency of the movement. - Onun raporunda sunulan istatistiki veriler hareketin sıklığını tahmin etmede bizim için çok faydalı.

A more plausible proposal is the one Leech presented in conjunction with Emmet's theory. - Emmet'in teorisi ile bağlantılı olarak Leech'in sunduğu teklif en makulüdür.

sun
{f} offer

Do you offer any day tours? - Siz hiç günlük turlar sunuyor musunuz?

Do you offer any night tours? - Hiç gece turları sunuyor musunuz?

the sun

    Hyphenation

    the Sun

    Turkish pronunciation

    dhi sʌn

    Pronunciation

    /ᴛʜē ˈsən/ /ðiː ˈsʌn/

    Etymology

    [ before consonants usually ] (definite article.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English thE, masc. demonstrative pronoun and definite article, alteration of sE; akin to Greek ho, masculine demonstrative pronoun and definite article; more at THAT.

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