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English - Turkish
karşılıklı olarak
-den beri

Android uygulamaların gelişmesi bugünden itibaren mümkündür. - The development of applications for Android is possible from today.

Ben seni gördüğüm andan itibaren seviyorum. - I've loved you from the moment I saw you.

{e} den

O üniversiteden yeni mezundur, bu yüzden hiç deneyimi yok. - She is fresh from college, so she has no experience.

Ani bir fırtınadan dengesini kaybettiği için, ip cambazı ölümüne düştü. - Losing his balance from a sudden gust of wind, the tightrope walker fell to his death.

-den ötürü
(Bilgisayar) çevrinin yapıldığı yer
mesajın gönderileceği e-postal adresi
(Bilgisayar) tarafından gönderilen

Allah tarafından gönderilen bir adam geldi; onun adı Yahya'ydı. - There came a man who was sent from God; his name was John.

ortalamada kullanılır
(Bilgisayar) buradan

Banka buradan uzak mı? - Is the bank far from here?

İnsanlar buradan beş para etmez görünüyor. - The people look like trash from here.

(bir yer)den, (bir başlangıç noktasın)dan: He's from Manisa. O Manisalı. He jumped from the branch. Daldan atladı. Her ranking rose
(Bilgisayar) noktasından

Arabam lüks değil ama beni A noktasından B noktasına götürüyor. - My car isn't fancy, but it gets me from point A to point B.

(Bilgisayar) bu konumdan
{e} 1. (bir yer)den, (bir başlangıç noktasın)dan: He's from Manisa. O Manisalı. He jumped from the branch. Daldan atladı. Her ranking rose
{e} dolayı

Biz yağmurdan dolayı bir ağacın altında sığındık. - We took shelter from the rain under a tree.

O, hastalığından dolayı okulda yoktu. - He was absent from school on account of illness.

(Bilgisayar) geçerli kaynak

Dan okuldan bir arkadaşım. - Dan is a friend from school.

Dan'ın paraya ihtiyacı vardı ve babasından ekonomik destek istedi. - Dan needed money and sought financial relief from his father.

(Bilgisayar) yazan
bir şeyin sebebini gösterir
(Bilgisayar) başlangıç

Tom başlangıçtan beri haklıydı. - Tom was right from the beginning.

O bunu başlangıçtan beri biliyordu. - She knew it from the start.

karşılıklı olarak
-den bu yana
bir farkı gösterir
(Bilgisayar) gönderen

Sophie bilinmeyen bir gönderenden gelen bir başka mektup almak için can atıyordu. - Sophie had been looking forward to getting another letter from the unknown sender.

(Bilgisayar) çevirmenin yapıldığı yer
bir başlangıç noktasından
(Bilgisayar) adresinden gelen

Tom Mary'den o Boston'a taşındığından beri haber almadı. - Tom hasn't heard from Mary since she moved to Boston.

Tokyo'ya taşındığından beri, ben Jane'den haber almadım. - I haven't heard from Jane since she moved to Tokyo.

on ile yirmi arasında
edat den
(Bilgisayar) kimden

Bu çiçekleri kimden aldın? - Who did you get these flowers from?

Fransızcayı kimden öğrendin? - Who did you learn French from?

(bir yer)den

Her yıl otomobil kazaları nedeniyle kaç tane insan ölüyor? - How many people die from automobile accidents each year?

O, hasta olması nedeniyle okulda yoktu. - He was absent from school because he was sick.

(Bilgisayar) eski

Bu eski madeni paraları ondan aldım. - I got these old coins from her.

Eski arkadaşım bana yazdı, yurt dışından dönüşü ile ilgili bilgi verdi. - My old friend wrote to me, informing me of his return from abroad.

(Bilgisayar) ilk

İlkbaharda, günler daha uzadığında ve güneş daha ısındığında, o, ilk nar bülbülünün güneyden dönüşünü bekledi. - In the spring, when the days grew longer and the sun warmer, she waited for the first robin to return from the south.

Uzun süredir ondan ilk kez bir çağrı aldım. - I had a call from her for the first time in a long time.

(Bilgisayar) kaynak

Baş ağrın aşırı çalışmaktan kaynaklanıyor. - Your headache comes from overwork.

Telifli kaynaklardan cümleler eklemeyin. - Don't add sentences from copyrighted sources.

(Bilgisayar) yeri

Aptal oğlumun ne yaptığını biliyor musun? Şimdi bile o üniversiteden mezun olup iş bulmak yerine pachinko oynayarak tüm vaktini harcıyor. - You know what my idiot son's doing? Even now he's graduated from university he spends all his time playing pachinko instead of getting a job.

Ben iş yerimden bir saat uzakta yaşıyorum. - I live an hour away from work.


Alice şiddetli bir baş ağrısı yüzünden işten eve erken döndü. - Alice returned home early from work with a severe headache.

Linda, babasının ani hastalığı yüzünden üniversiteden geri çağrıldı. - Linda was called back from college by her father's sudden illness.

from ten to twenty ondan yirmiye kadar
from above yukarıdan
{e} den beri
as from başlayarak
from childhood çocukluktan beri
English - English
With the origin, starting point or initial reference of or at

Face away from the wall.

With the separation, exclusion or differentiation of

He knows right from wrong.

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You use from when you are giving the reason for an opinion. She knew from experience that Dave was about to tell her the truth He sensed from the expression on her face that she had something to say
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If you see or hear something from a particular place, you are in that place when you see it or hear it. Visitors see the painting from behind a plate glass window
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If you take something from an amount, you reduce the amount by that much. The £103 is deducted from Mrs Adams' salary every month Three from six leaves three
If you take one thing or person from another, you move that thing or person so that they are no longer with the other or attached to the other. In many bone transplants, bone can be taken from other parts of the patient's body Remove the bowl from the ice and stir in the cream
You use from after some verbs and nouns when mentioning the cause of something. The problem simply resulted from a difference of opinion He is suffering from eye ulcers, brought on by the intense light in Australia They really do get pleasure from spending money on other people Most of the wreckage from the 1985 quake has been cleared
If a road or railway line goes from one place to another, you can travel along it between the two places. the road from St Petersburg to Tallinn
If you are back from a place or activity, you have left it and have returned to your former place. Our economics correspondent, James Morgan, is just back from Germany One afternoon when I was home from school, he asked me to come to see a movie with him
It is construed with, and indicates, the point of space or time at which the action, state, etc
If someone or something moves or is moved from a place, they leave it or are removed, so that they are no longer there. The guests watched as she fled from the room
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If something hangs or sticks out from an object, it is attached to it or held by it. Hanging from his right wrist is a heavy gold bracelet. large fans hanging from ceilings He saw the corner of a magazine sticking out from under the blanket
1) move away or be taken away -- " take some books from a library shelf " (25) 2) starting at -- "Garfield chased Marmaduke from 11: 49 p m " (229)
Out of the neighborhood of; lessening or losing proximity to; leaving behind; by reason of; out of; by aid of; used whenever departure, setting out, commencement of action, being, state, occurrence, etc
If something changes from one thing to another, it stops being the first thing and becomes the second thing. The expression on his face changed from sympathy to surprise Unemployment has fallen from 7.5 to 7.2%
or procedure, emanation, absence, separation, etc
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The post office is not too far from here. - The post office isn't too far from here.

Muriel is living poorly off of her part-time job. - Muriel is making a poor living from her part-time job.

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are regarded as setting out or beginning; also, less frequently, the source, the cause, the occasion, out of which anything proceeds; the antithesis and correlative of to; as, it, is one hundred miles from Boston to Springfield; he took his sword from his side; light proceeds from the sun; separate the coarse wool from the fine; men have all sprung from Adam, and often go from good to bad, and from bad to worse; the merit of an action depends on the principle from which it proceeds; men judge of facts from personal knowledge, or from testimony
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{e} starting in, beginning at, originating in (indicates a source); by; since; due to, caused by
You can use from when you are talking about the beginning of a period of time. Breakfast is available to fishermen from 6 a.m From 1922 till 1925 she lived in Prague
If something comes from a particular person or thing, or if you get something from them, they give it to you or they are the source of it. He appealed for information from anyone who saw the attackers. an anniversary present from his wife The results were taken from six surveys The dirt from the fields drifted like snow
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With the source or provenance of or at
A person from a particular organization works for that organization. a representative from the Israeli embassy
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are to be expressed
From is used in expressions such as away from or absent from to say that someone or something is not present in a place where they are usually found. Her husband worked away from home a lot Jo was absent from the house all the next day
From is used, especially in the expression made from, to say what substance has been used to make something. bread made from white flour. a luxurious resort built from the island's native coral stone. = out of
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From is used after verbs with meanings such as `protect', `free', `keep', and `prevent' to introduce the action that does not happen, or that someone does not want to happen. Such laws could protect the consumer from harmful or dangerous remedies 300 tons of Peruvian mangoes were kept from entering France
You say from one thing to another when you are stating the range of things that are possible, or when saying that the range of things includes everything in a certain category. Over 150 companies will be there, covering everything from finance to fixtures and fittings
You can use from when giving distances. For example, if a place is fifty miles from another place, the distance between the two places is fifty miles. The centre of the town is 4 kilometres from the station How far is it from here?
If you return from a place or an activity, you return after being in that place or doing that activity. a group of men travelling home from a darts match
from WEAK STRONG In addition to the uses shown below, from is used in phrasal verbs such as `date from' and `grow away from'
Someone who comes from a particular place lives in that place or originally lived there. Something that comes from a particular place was made in that place. Katy Jones is nineteen and comes from Birmingham. wines from Coteaux d'Aix-en-Provence
to from

    Turkish pronunciation

    tı fırm


    /tə fərm/ /tə fɜrm/


    [ t&, tu, 'tü ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tO; akin to Old High German zuo to, Latin donec as long as, until.

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