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English - Turkish
daha az
daha az

İnsanlar yaşlanırken, beyin hücreleri daha az verimli olur. - As people get older, their brain cells become less efficient.

Yükseklerden eskisinden daha az korkuyorum. - I am less afraid of heights than I was.

{i} eksik miktar
{e} çıkarılmak üzere
conj. daha az
{s} içermeyen
{i} daha az şey

Onun daha az şeyi kabulleneceğinden emin değildim. - I wasn't sure that he would settle for anything less.

Şimdi hakkında endişelenecek daha az şeyimiz var. - Now we have one less thing to worry about.

daha küçük
z. daha az: less attractive daha az çekici. Eat less! Daha az ye! s. daha az: Eat less cake! Daha az kek ye! i. daha az: He gave me less
{s} eksik

Tom ve Mary aşağı yukarı aynı ağırlıktalar. - Tom and Mary are more or less the same weight.

Onlar aşağı yukarı aynı boyuttalar. - They are more or less the same size.

daha az sayıda
(Kanun) özürlü
{e} eksi
{i} daha küçük şey
daha az miktar
be.daha az
adl.daha az şey/kimse
daha az bir

Bir haftadan daha az bir sürede, teslim oldular. - In less than one week, they surrendered.

Tom yirmi dakikadan daha az bir sürede oraya varmayı başardı. - Tom was able to get there in less than twenty minutes.

aşağı bir derecede
(bağlaç) daha az
daha az şey/kimse
bir derece aşağı
edat eksi
Turkish - Turkish
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Dâim olan. Devamlı olan
English - English
A smaller amount (of); not as much

I have less tea than coffee.

minus; not including

It should then tax all of that as personal income, less the proportion of the car's annual mileage demonstrably clocked up on company business.

A smaller number of; fewer

This is not a happy situation as far as the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employes is concerned because it means less jobs for the union's members here at home.

Comparative form of little: more little. Smaller

Those Rattels are somewhat like the chape of a Rapier, but lesse .

In lower degree

This is a less bad solution than I thought possible.

{a} in a smaller or lower degree
{n} not quite so much
When you are referring to amounts, you use less in front of a number or quantity to indicate that it is to be subtracted from another number or quantity already mentioned. Boyton Financial Services Fees: £750, less £400 Company car drivers will pay between ten and twenty five percent, less tax. = minus plus
{e} subtract, minus
adj kurang
Not so much; in a smaller or lower degree; as, less bright or loud; less beautiful
A command which is used to view the contents of a file one screen at a time Similar commands include cat, more and tail
to smaller extent
A smaller portion or quantity
You use less to indicate that there is a smaller amount of something than before or than average. You can use `a little', `a lot', `a bit', `far', and `much' in front of less. People should eat less fat to reduce the risk of heart disease. a dishwasher that uses less water and electricity than older machines more Less is also a pronoun. Borrowers are striving to ease their financial position by spending less and saving more. more Less is also a quantifier. Last year less of the money went into high-technology companies more
comparative of little; "she walks less than she should"; "he works less these days"
couldn't care less: see care more or less: see more
weightless adj
If you do something less than before or less than someone else, you do it to a smaller extent or not as often. We are eating more and exercising less I see less of any of my friends than I used to. more
emphasis You use the expressions still less, much less, and even less after a negative statement in order to introduce and emphasize a further statement, and to make it negative too. I never talked about it, still less about her The boy didn't have a girlfriend, much less a wife
less Less is often considered to be the comparative form of little
(comparative of `little' usually used with mass nouns) a quantifier meaning not as great in amount or degree; "of less importance"; "less time to spend with the family"; "a shower uses less water"; "less than three years old"
(use for mass, not quantity, as in There is less of her than there is of him Also see fewer) lifelong lifestyle longstanding long-time (adj )
more with features
Smaller; not so large or great; not so much; shorter; inferior; as, a less quantity or number; a horse of less size or value; in less time than before
You use less than before a number or amount to say that the actual number or amount is smaller than this. Motorways actually cover less than 0.1 percent of the countryside Less than a half hour later he returned upstairs
(usually preceded by `no') lower in quality; "no less than perfect"
to a smaller degree or amount
conj. without, lacking
(nonstandard in some uses but often idiomatic with measure phrases) fewer; "less than three weeks"; "no less than 50 people attended"; "in 25 words or less"
The inferior, younger, or smaller
If you say that something is less one thing than another, you mean that it is like the second thing rather than the first. At first sight it looked less like a capital city than a mining camp
{i} smaller portion, smaller amount
To make less; to lessen
A privative adjective suffix, denoting without, destitute of, not having; as witless, childless, fatherless
emphasis You use no less than before an amount to indicate that the amount is larger than you expected. No less than 35 per cent of the country is protected in the form of parks and nature sanctuaries He is lined up for no less than four US television interviews
comparative of little; "she walks less than she should"; "he works less these days
(usually preceded by `no') lower in esteem; "no less a person than the king himself"
{s} smaller in amount; not as important; smaller in size
used to form the comparative of some adjectives and adverbs; "less interesting"; "less expensive"; "less quickly"
negative comparative
A viewer, much easier to use and more flexible than more Less is the default viewer for man pages on buddy, holly, merlin and charlie
A term used to indicate relative scheduling Note: minus doesn't work Examples: sem_start less 2 workdays, midnight less 10 minutes
You use less to indicate that something or someone has a smaller amount of a quality than they used to or than is average or usual. Other amenities, less commonly available, include a library and exercise room Poverty is less of a problem now than it used to be. more
emphasis You use less than to say that something does not have a particular quality. For example, if you describe something as less than perfect, you mean that it is not perfect at all. Her greeting was less than enthusiastic Her advice has frequently been less than wholly helpful
Label word used to describe a food that has reduced a nutrient by at least 25 percent Example "less fat," "less cholesterol " Must be accompanied by information about the comparison food
to less

    Turkish pronunciation

    tı les


    /tə ˈles/ /tə ˈlɛs/


    ... is worth about twenty percent less than it was when ronald reagan ...
    ... So I'm looking for a trip that has less walking and less ...

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