thither

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English - Turkish
oraya

Parlak kelebekler oradan oraya uçtu. - Brilliant butterflies flew hither and thither.

o yöne
{s} oradaki
z. oraya
(sıfat) oradaki
o yönde/oraya
(zarf) oraya
thither wardoraya doğru
thithertoo zamana kadar
there
oraya

Oraya nasıl gideceğimi söyleyebilir misin? - Could you tell me how to get there?

Haydi Arianna, hızlan, yoksa asla oraya ulaşamayacağız! - Come on, Arianna, speed up or we'll never get there!

there
orada

O, kahvaltısını sık sık orada yer. - He often eats breakfast there.

Yıllar önce orada bir kale vardı. - There was a castle here many years ago.

there
şurada

Şurada duran adam kim? - Who's that man standing over there?

Şurada kitap okuyan adam benim babam. - The man reading a book over there is my father.

thither, thitherwards
oraya, thitherwards
there
There is still time
there
o yer

O yerde birçok insan kalıntısı vardı. - There were a lot of human remains in that place.

there
ünlem orada
there
var

Duvarda bir saat var. - There is a clock on the wall.

Teoride, teori ve pratik arasında hiçbir fark yoktur. Fakat pratikte, var. - In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice. But, in practice, there is.

there
İşte ...: There
there
o konuda

O konuda hiç şüphe yok. - There's no mistaking about that.

Üzgünüm ama o konuda yapabileceğim hiçbir şey yok. - I'm sorry, but there's nothing I can do about it.

there
ünlem İşte Alsana Gördün mü? Bu kelime be fiilinden önce gelince varlık belirtir ve özne fiilden sonra gelir
hither and thither
oraya buraya
there
oradaki

Oradaki o ev Tom'un yaşadığı yerdir. - That house over there is where Tom lives.

O, oradaki kuleyi işaret etti. - He pointed to the tower over there.

there
işte!

İşten sonra bir parti var. - There's a party after work.

Bu işte bir bit yeniği var. - There's something fishy going on.

there
oralarda

Yarın Kaşgar'a ya da oralarda bir yere varabilirim. - I might arrive in Kashgar or somewhere thereabouts tomorrow.

Oralarda bir yerde bir çay molası verelim. - Let's have a tea break somewhere around there.

hither and thither
her tarafa
hither and thither
şuraya buraya
there
{ü} gördün mü

Bunu bana yanıtla. Onu orada gördün mü? - Answer me this. Did you see her there?

Orada birini gördün mü? - Did you see anybody there?

there
orayı

Hazine için orayı burayı kazdılar. - They dug here and there for treasure.

En az elli bin kişi orayı ziyaret etti. - No fewer than fifty thousand people visited there.

anxiously hither and thither
fellek fellek
anxiously hither and thither
fellik fellik
hither and thither/yon
bir ileri bir geri
English - English
To that place (rare except for literary or legal use)

And there rises a shining palace whose crystal glittering roof is seen by mariners who traverse the extensive sea in barks built expressly for that purpose, and thither come all herds and fatlings and firstfruits of that land for O'Connell Fitzsimon takes toll of them, a chieftain descended from chieftains.

{a} to that place to that point or end
{s} there
To that point, end, or result; as, the argument tended thither
to or toward that place; away from the speaker; "go there around noon!"
To that place (seldom used except in poetry or legal papers)
See Hither, a
To that place; opposed to hither
there, to there (Archaic)
Being on the farther side from the person speaking; farther; a correlative of hither; as, on the thither side of the water
Applied to time: On the thither side of, older than; of more years than
Thither means to the place that has already been mentioned. They have dragged themselves thither for shelter. hither and thither: see hither = there. in that direction
thider
hither and thither
To here and to there
hither and thither
In a disorderly manner

Presently, men were running hither and thither in all ways.

hither and thither
from one place or situation to another; "we were driven from pillar to post"
hither and thither
here and there
thither

    Hyphenation

    thith·er

    Pronunciation

    Etymology

    [ 'thi-[th]&r also ] (adverb.) before 12th century. From Old English þider.

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