those

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English - Turkish
onlar

Ama bu cümleleri nerede buluruz? Ve onları nasıl çeviririz? - But where do we get those sentences? And how do we translate them?

Onlar orada kullanılanlara benzer aletler kullandılar. - They used tools similar to those used there.

(İnşaat) şunlar

Bunlar benim kitaplarım ve şunlar onun kitapları. - These are my books, and those are his books.

Bunlar benim ayakkabılarım ve şunlar seninkiler. - These are my shoes and those are yours.

{z} s., çoğ., bak. that
that
(İnşaat) şu

Karlarla örtülü şu dağa bak. - Look at that mountain which is covered with snow.

Bu iyi bir kitaptır ama şu daha iyidir. - This is a good book, but that one is better.

that
o
those parts
oraları
those were the days
(deyim) ne günlerdi o günler
those which
bunlardan
those who have seen
görenler
those who migrated
(Politika, Siyaset) göç edenler
those who saw
görenler
those who see
görenler
Those teachers have a sense of vocation
O öğretmenlerde görev aşkı var
those above me
o benim üstümde
those against?
Bu karşı?
those are the breaks
Bu tatili vardır
those day
o gün
those of
bunlardan
Those teachers have a
O öğretmenlerde görev aşkı var
those below
aşağıdakiler
those days
o zamanlar

O zamanlar âdet olduğu üzere, yalınayaktı. - Her feet were bare, as was the custom in those days.

O zamanlar, şeker tuzdan daha az değerliydi. - In those days, sugar was less valuable than salt.

those found dead
(Politika, Siyaset) ölü bulunanlar
those ones
onlar
those prosecuted
(Kanun) yargılananlar
those saved alive
(Politika, Siyaset) sağ olarak kurtulanlar
those were the days
neydi o günler
those were the days
hey gidi günler
those who contributed
emeği geçenler
that
bağlaç ki
that
conj. şu
that
{z} (çoğ. those)
that
bu kadar

Ver onu. Sahip olduğunun hepsi bu kadar mı? - Hand it over. That's all you've got?

İki yaşındaki bir çocuk bu kadar hızlı koşabilir mi? - Can a two-year-old boy run that fast?

that
(sıfat) öteki
that
Keşke

Keşke Tom daha iyi bir Fransızca konuşanı olabilse. - Tom wishes that he could be a better French speaker.

Keşke onunla gidebilseydim. - I regret that I couldn't go with her.

that
(bağlaç) şu, o, ki, diye, için
that
{s} öteki

Bu araba ötekinden daha iyi bir çalışmaya sahip. - This car has a better performance than that one.

that
böyle

Sen benimle nasıl böyle konuşabilirsin? - How dare you speak to me like that?

Tom'un şimdiye kadar böyle küçük bir araba sürmeyi düşüneceğinden şüpheliyim. - I doubt that Tom would ever consider driving such a small car.

that
diye

Herkes işitebilsin diye lütfen yüksek sesle oku. - Please read it aloud so that everyone can hear.

Kilo alacağı korkusuyla diyet yapıyor. - She is on a diet for fear that she will put on weight.

that
için

Bu, bir kişi için küçük bir adımdır ama insanlık için dev bir sıçramadır. - That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.

Coca-Cola'nın üretildiği ilk yıllarda, o kokain içeriyordu. 1914'te, kokain bir uyuşturucu olarak gruplandırıldı ve sonra Coca-Cola'nın üretimi için kokain yerine kafein kullandılar. - In the first years that Coca-Cola was produced, it contained cocaine. In 1914, cocaine was classified as a narcotic, after which they used caffeine instead of cocaine in the production of Coca-Cola.

that
{z} o, şu: Did you see that? Onu gördün mü? This is a verbena and that's a lantana. Bu mineçiçeği, o da ağaçminesi. After That cat has been up to O kedi yine marifetini göstermiş
that
O that
that
in that mademki
one of those
bunlardan biri
some of those
bunlardan bazıları
that
-dığı
that
-en
that
öylesine

Öylesine sıcak bir gündü ki yüzmeye gittik. - It was such a hot day that we went swimming.

Hikayeye inanacak kadar öylesine aptal değildir. - He is not such a fool as to believe that story.

that
adl.şu
that
o kadar

John o kadar telaşlıydı ki konuşmaya vakti yoktu. - John was in such a hurry that he had no time for talking.

Bu şarkı o kadar acıklı ki gözlerimi yaşarttı. - This song is so moving that it brings tears to my eyes.

that
ki ona

O kadar hızlı koştu ki ona yetişemedik. - He ran so fast that we couldn't catch up with him.

Tom o kadar hızlı yürüyüyordu ki ona yetişemedik. - Tom was walking so fast that we couldn't catch up with him.

that
-an
that
ki onu

O gitar o kadar pahalı ki onu satın alamam. - That guitar is so expensive that I can't buy it.

Bıçak o kadar kördü ki onunla eti kesemedim ve benim çakımı kullanmak zorunda kaldım. - The knife was so dull that I couldn't cut the meat with it and I had to use my pocketknife.

that
-dığı(nı)
that
-diği
that
ki o

Erkek kardeşim okumaya öylesine dalmıştı ki odaya girdiğimde beni farketmedi. - My brother was so absorbed in reading that he did not notice me when I entered the room.

Ne yazık ki o yatakta hastaydı. - I regret to say that he is ill in bed.

that
ki
that
-diği(ni)
It was just one of those things
Ne yapalım? Kısmet!
god helps those who help themselves!
tanrı Kendilerini yardımcı olur!
in those days
O günlerde
it's just one of those things
ne yapalım?kısmet
just one of those things
her zamanki şeyler işte
one of those things
her zamanki şeyler işte
one of those things
her zamanki şeyler
that
yaptığı
just one of those things
(deyim) atasozu- kacinilmaz birseyi kabullenmek (genellikle hos olmayan veya uzucu olan)
English - English
You use those to refer to someone or something when you are going to give details or information about them. Those people who took up weapons to defend themselves are political prisoners
You use those to mean `people'. A little selfish behaviour is unlikely to cause real damage to those around us
You use those when you refer to things that you expect the person you are talking to to know about or when you are checking that you are both thinking of the same people or things. He did buy me those daffodils a week or so ago. Plural of that. the plural of that
pron. pronoun used to indicate specific people or objects
You use those when you are referring to people or things that are a distance away from you in position or time, especially when you indicate or point to them. What are those buildings? Oh, those books! I meant to put them away before this afternoon. Those is also a pronoun. Those are nice shoes. Where'd you get them?
{s} the ones indicated (used to indicate specific objects)
You use those to refer to people or things which have already been mentioned. Theoretically he had control over more than $400 million in US accounts. But, in fact, it was the US Treasury and State Department who controlled those accounts They have the aircraft capable of doing significant damage, because most of those aircraft are capable of launching anti-ship missiles. Those is also a pronoun. I understand that there are a number of projects going on. Could you tell us a little bit about those?
The plural of that
You use those to introduce more information about something already mentioned, instead of repeating the noun which refers to it. The interests he is most likely to enjoy will be those which enable him to show off himself or his talents
{p} plural of that
demonstrative, plural of that
tho
those ones
plural form of that one
those who can't do, teach
One who fails is likely to become a teacher. (Refers to common trend of teachers having low wages)
those above
people who are elevated in relation to me (in position, rank, authority, etc.)
those above me
my superiors
those against
those who oppose, those in opposite position
those were the days
things looked different in the past, what was was
those who cherish his memory
those people who honor his memory, those who remember him with respect
these and those
the ones here and the ones there
God helps those who help themselves
Fortune comes to those who make a genuine effort to accomplish things
all things come to those who wait
A patient seeker will be satisfied in due time; patience is a virtue
good things come to those who wait
A patient seeker will be satisfied in due time; patience is a virtue
heaven helps those who help themselves
A maxim encouraging people to get involved in their own problems
one of those days
A bad day

I'm sorry I was rude earlier. I'm just having one of those days.

that
So, so much; very

I did the run last year, and it wasn't that difficult.

that
indeed

That it is.

that
Connecting noun clause (as involving reported speech etc.)

He told me that the book is a good read.

that
The (thing) being indicated (at a distance from the speaker, or previously mentioned, or at another time)

That battle was in 1450.

that
To a given extent or degree; particularly

I'm just not that sick.

that
That thing

That was an interesting example.

that
Which, who

I like the song that you wrote.

that
Connecting a subordinate clause indicating purpose

He must die that others might live.

those.
them

Them kids need to grow up.

Do good to them that hate you. - Do good to those who hate you.

Do good to them which hate you. - Do good to those who hate you.

that
to such a degree
that
As a demonstrative pronoun pl
that
singular and at a distance from the speaker
that
That, as a demonstrative, may precede the noun to which it refers; as, that which he has said is true; those in the basket are good apples
that
pron. pronoun used to indicate a specific person or thing
that
(pro ) mot, moht; rU, roo
that
As a relative pronoun, that is equivalent to who or which, serving to point out, and make definite, a person or thing spoken of, or alluded to, before, and may be either singular or plural
that
conj. in order for
that
{s} pronoun used to indicate a specific person or thing
that
As an adjective, that has the same demonstrative force as the pronoun, but is followed by a noun
that
{c} because

It was because of her that he lived so miserably. - It was down to her that he lived so miserably.

You will suffer because of that. - You'll suffer because of that.

that
{p} which, who, the thing
that
Those, that usually points out, or refers to, a person or thing previously mentioned, or supposed to be understood
God helps those who help themselves!
God will not help the people who refuse to try; we must make efforts if we wish to succeed
like those
similar to those, as those
mujahidun those engaged in jihad
Arabic mujhidn ("those engaged in jihad") In its broadest sense, those Muslims who proclaim themselves warriors for the faith. Its Arabic singular, mujhid, was not an uncommon personal name from the early Islamic period onward. However, the term did not gain popular currency as a collective or plural noun referring to "holy warriors" until the 18th century in India, where it became associated with Muslim revivalism. In the 20th century the term was used most commonly in Iran and Afghanistan. In Iran the Mojhedin-e Khalq ("Mujahideen of the People"), a group combining Islamic and Marxist ideologies, engaged in a long-term guerrilla war against the leadership of the Islamic republic. The name was most closely associated, however, with members of a number of guerrilla groups operating in Afghanistan that opposed invading Soviet forces and eventually toppled the Afghan communist government during the Afghan War (1979-92). Rival factions thereafter fell out among themselves precipitating the rise of one faction, the Taliban. Like the term jihad to which it is lexicographically connected the name has been used rather freely, both in the press and by Islamic militants themselves, and often has been used to refer to any Muslim groups engaged in hostilities with non-Muslims or even with secularized Muslim regimes
that
Connecting clauses involving reported speech etc
that
dat
that
as
Turkish - English

Definition of those in Turkish English dictionary

ilgililer those concerned
the interested parties
those

    Turkish pronunciation

    dhōz

    Pronunciation

    /ˈᴛʜōz/ /ˈðoʊz/

    Etymology

    [ [th]at, [th]& ] (pronoun.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English thæt, neut. demonstrative pronoun and definite article; akin to Old High German daz, neuter demonstrative pronoun and definite article, Greek to, Latin istud, neuter demonstrative pronoun.

    Common Collocations

    those of, those in

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