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English - Turkish

Benim Japon öğretmenim fiil çekimlerini hatırlamamıza yardımcı olan bir şarkı kullanırdı. Hiç kimse gerçekten birlikte söylemezdi. - My Japanese teacher used to use a song to help us remember verb conjugations. No one really sang along.

Düzensiz fiilleri öğrenmeyi sevmiyorum. - I don't like learning irregular verbs.


İngilizcede yüklem nesneden önce gelir. - In English the verb precedes the object.

Bir cümlenin genellikle öznesi ve yüklemi vardır. - A sentence normally has a subject and a verb.

i., dilb. fiil, eylem
impersonal verb şahıssız fiil
passive verb edilgen fiil
neuter verb geçişsiz fiil
auxiliary verb yardımcı fiil
intransitive verb geçişsiz fiil
active verb etken fiil
compound verb bileşik fiil
complex verb katışık fiil
verb phrase
verb affixation transformation
eksel dönüşüm
verb form
fiil formu
verb left 4
fiil 4 bıraktı
verb of predicate
(Dilbilim) ek eylem
verb of predication
(Dilbilim) ekeylem
verb phrase
(Dilbilim) eylem dizilimi
verb phrase
(Dilbilim) eylem öbeği
verb root
eylem kökü
verb stem
fiil gövdesi
auxiliary verb
yardımcı fiil

Bu cümle Present Perfect Tense. 'Have bir fiil değil ama bir yardımcı fiil. - This sentence is in the present perfect. 'have' is not a verb, but an auxiliary verb.

finite verb
(Dilbilim) çekimli eylem
compound verb
birleşik eylem
finite verb
(Dilbilim) çekimli fiil
strong verb
(Dilbilim) kurallı çekim
accessory verb
yardımcı eylem
active verb
etken eylem
active verb
etken fiil
causative verb
ettirgen eylem
causative verb
ettirgen fiil
compound verb
birleşik fiil
factitive verb
ettirgen eylem
imperative verb
emir fiili
intransitive verb
geçişsiz eylem
irregular verb
kuralsız eylem
main verb
esas fiil
passive verb
edilgen fiil
passive verb
edilgen eylem
predicative verb
predicative verb
reflexive verb
dönüşlü fiil
transitive verb
geçişli fiil
transitive verb
geçişli eylem
auxilary verb
(Dilbilim) Yardımcı fiil
auxiliary verb
dilb. yardımcı fiil
complex verb
birleşik fiil
defective verb
kusurlu fiil
durative verb
süre fiili, sürerlik eylemi
helping verb
(Dilbilim) Yardımcı fiil
imperative verb
emir bildiren fiil, emir fiili
impersonal verb
kişisel olmayan fiil
impersonal verb
kişiliksiz fiil
intransitive verb
geçişsiz fiil
irregular verb
Düzensiz fiil
linking verb
fiil bağlantı
mood which has to do with a verb form (grammar)
bir fiil formu (dilbilgisi ilgisi var mood)
perfective verb
tamamlanma fiil
phrasal verb
(Dilbilim) Örneğin 'break down' ve 'see to' gibi bir fiil ve bir zarf ya da edatdan oluşan deyimsel fiil
reciprocal verb
karşılıklı fiil, işteş eylem
regular verb
(Dilbilim) Düzenli fiil
simple past of the verb to slay
fiilin geçmiş öldürtmek
state verb
(Dilbilim) Durum bildiren fiil
substantive verb
ek-fiil, taki-fiili
the action of the verb to cruise
cruise için fiilin eylem
the verb
transitive verb
dilb. geçişli fiil
active verb
dilb. etken fiil
auxiliary verb
(Dilbilim) yardımcı eylem
defective verb
(Dilbilim) eksikli eylem
deponent verb
etken anlamlı edilgen yapılı fiil
deponent verb
(Dilbilim) edilgen görünüşlü eylem
finite verb
dilb. çekimli fiil
full verb
(Dilbilim) asıl eylem
inceptive verb
başlama belirten fiil
incomplete verb
(Dilbilim) eksik eylem
infinite verb form
(Dilbilim) sınırlamasız eylem biçimi
invalid verb
(Bilgisayar) geçersiz eylem
irregular verb
(Dilbilim) düzensiz eylem
linking verb
(Dilbilim) ilgi eylemi
linking verb
(Dilbilim) bağlayıcı eylem
main verb
(Dilbilim) temel eylem
middle verb
(Dilbilim) orta (eylem)
missing verb
(Bilgisayar) eksik verb
reciprocal verb
(Dilbilim) işteş eylem
reflexive verb
dilb. dönüşlü fiil
reflexive verb
dönüşlü eylem
regular verb
dilb. kurallı fiil
regular verb
(Dilbilim) düzenli eylem
regular verb
(Dilbilim) kurallı fiil
substantive verb
(Dilbilim) ekeylem
test verb
(Bilgisayar) sınama fiili
three place verb
(Dilbilim) üç tümleçli eylem
weak verb
(Dilbilim) düzenli eylem
Turkish - Turkish
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(Osmanlı Dönemi) Fetret, fesad
English - English
A word that indicates an action, event, or state

The word “speak” is an English verb.

To use any word that is not a verb (especially a noun) as if it were a verb

In English, verbing nouns is okay.

To perform any action that is normally expressed by a verb; for example, to kiss, to be, to think, to write, to disappear, to feel, to see, etc

The sentence frame was Dan verbed Ben approaching the store. This sentence frame was followed in all cases by He went inside.

{n} one of the 8 parts of speech, which signifies doing, suffering or being, in things
word that shows action or way of being -- "Note that the verb equals means " (98)
(L verbum word) the crucial element or main word in a clause, which almost always expresses what is going on: e g , birds fly, cats run
A word that expresses action or being example: A verb is a word that expresses action or being
A word; a vocable
A verb is a word that most often functions as the predicate of a sentence A verb shows action, being, or state of being A verb functioning as a predicate shows what the subject does or that the subject exists Within a verbal phrase, the verb functions as either a modifier, subject, or object
A verb is a word such as `sing', `feel', or `die' which is used with a subject to say what someone or something does or what happens to them, or to give information about them. see also phrasal verb. a word or group of words that describes an action, experience, or state, such as 'come', 'see', and 'put on' auxiliary verb, linking verb, modal verb, phrasal verb (verbe, from verbum )
a 'doing' or 'being' word that expresses an action or a state For example in The teacher was in the staff room when the bell rang, 'was' and 'rang' are verbs
In APPC, statement of function in a specific format with specific rules; used by programs to perform desired tasks such as the ALLOCATE verb to start a conversation
a content word that denotes an action or a state
A word that expresses an action to be taken by your COBOL program at object time, during creation of native code, or at run time
a term expressing an action or a state of being
A category of words that indicate an action, event or a state; in a clause, a verb forms the head of the predicate. In most languages verbs uniquely inflect for tense
word that usually starts the complete predicate verb word that tells what the subject does
a word that expresses an act, occurrence, or mode of being It is the grammatical center of a predicate For example, "verb" is a verb in the sentence "It is possible to verb any noun"
  One of the primary parts of speech   A verb operates on the noun to its right (and its left, if a noun is to its left) to produce a noun result
{i} part of speech used to express action or state of being or the relationship between the subject and object in a sentence (Grammar)
(1) In Tivoli NetView for OS/390, the first word of a NetView command that is delimited by a blank or a comma and that indicates what action is to be taken
a word that serves as the predicate of a sentence a content word that denotes an action or a state
a flexible word denoting action or event
A word which affirms or predicates something of some person or thing; a part of speech expressing being, action, or the suffering of action
a word that serves as the predicate of a sentence
what the sentence says about the subject; a word that show what a subject does or that helps describe the subject by linking it to an
Command from one LU to another to exchange data and perform tasks See also APPC verb
verb phrase
A phrase that functions syntactically as a verb, consisting of a main verb and any auxiliaries
verb phrase
A construction in a clause consisting of a verb and its internal complements, objects, or modifiers
verb phrases
plural form of verb phrase
verb-object construction
verb-object compound, such as chīfàn in Putonghua
verb-object phrase
verb OK 3
to say officially that you will agree to something or allow it to happen
verb analysis
finding the root and tense of a verb
verb best 4
to defeat someone
verb bloody 3
bloodied bloodying bloodies to injure someone so that blood comes, or to cover something with blood
verb bootleg 3
bootlegged bootlegging to illegally make or sell alcohol, or to illegally make or sell copies of software or recordings
verb bottom 3
bottom out if a situation, price etc bottoms out, it stops getting worse or lower, usually before improving again level off/out
verb bow 4
to play a piece of music on a musical instrument with a bow
verb brief 3
to give someone all the information about a situation that they will need brief sb on sth
verb broadside 3
to crash into the side of another vehicle
verb bulk 3
bulk large to be the main or most important part of something bulk out to make something bigger or thicker by adding something else
verb closet 3
to shut someone in a room away from other people in order to discuss something private, to be alone etc be closeted with sb
verb compact 3
to press something together so that it becomes smaller or more solid
verb concrete 3
to cover something such as a path, wall etc with concrete
verb conjugation
using a verb in its different forms
verb core 3
to remove the centre from a fruit
verb crap 3
crapped crapping to pass waste matter from your bowels
verb crisp 3
to become crisp or make something become crisp by cooking or heating it
verb damp 3
to dampen something damp down to make a fire burn more slowly, often by covering it with ash
verb darn 3
to repair a hole in a piece of clothing by stitching wool over it
verb duff 3
duff up to fight someone and injure them
verb dwarf 3
to be so big that other things are made to seem very small
verb even 3
even out if things even out, or if you even them out, the differences between them become smaller = level out
verb fast 3
to eat little or no food for a period of time, especially for religious reasons
verb fawn 3
to praise someone and be friendly to them in an insincere way, because you want them to like you or give you something fawn on/over
verb fine 3
to make someone pay money as a punishment fine sb for (doing) sth
verb fit 4
fitted fitting to have a seizure (=a sudden condition in which someone cannot control the movements of their body)
verb freak 3
to become suddenly angry or afraid, especially so that you cannot control your behaviour = flip
verb fringe 3
to be around the edge of something
verb further 3
to help something progress or be successful promote
verb game 3
game the system to use rules or laws to get what you want in an unfair but legal way
verb ginger 3
ginger up to make something more exciting
verb grey 3
gray if someone greys, their hair becomes grey
verb gross 3
to gain an amount as a total profit, or earn it as a total amount, before tax has been taken away net
verb group
A verb group or verbal group consists of a verb, or of a main verb following a modal or one or more auxiliaries. Examples are `walked', `can see', and `had been waiting'
verb guest 3
to take part in a show, concert etc as a guest guest on
verb hollow 3
to make the surface of something curve inwards
verb initial 3
initialled initialling initialed initialing to write your initials on a document to make it official or to show that you agree with something sign
verb invalid 3
be invalided out to have to leave the army, navy etc because you are ill or injured
verb joint 3
to cut meat into joints
verb jolly 3
jolly along to try to make someone do something faster by encouraging them
verb keynote 3
to give the keynote speech at a formal meeting, ceremony etc
verb left 4
the past tense and past participle of leave
verb long 3
to want something very much, especially when it seems unlikely to happen soon long to do sth
verb low 4
if cattle low, they make a deep sound
verb magic 3
magicked magicking magic away to make someone or something disappear or go somewhere by using magic
verb mainstream 3
to include a child with physical or mental problems in an ordinary class
verb major 3
major in to study something as your main subject at college or university
verb mass 3
to come together, or to make people or things come together, in a large group = gather mass (sth) behind/along/in etc sth
verb minor 3
minor in to study a second main subject as part of your university degree   major
verb minute 3
to make an official note of something in the record of a meeting
verb motor 3
to travel by car
verb off 4
to kill someone
verb parallel 3
paralleled paralleling parallelled parallelling if one thing parallels another, they happen at the same time or are similar, and seem to be related
verb patent 3
to obtain a special document giving you the right to make or sell a new invention or product
verb process 3
to walk or move along in a very slow and serious way, especially as part of a group
verb queer 3
queer sb's pitch/queer the pitch for sb to make it difficult for someone to do something that they had planned to do
verb relay 3
relaid to lay something on the ground again because it was not done well enough before
verb rent 3
the past tense and past participle of rend
verb rough 3
rough it to live for a short time in conditions that are not very comfortable
verb row 3
to make a boat move across water using oars row away/towards/across
verb row 4
to argue in an angry way row about
verb saw 3
sawed sawn sawed to cut something using a saw
verb second 4
to formally support a suggestion made by another person in a meeting second a motion/proposal/amendment etc
verb second 5
to send someone to do someone else's job for a short time be seconded to sth
verb shag 3
shagged shagging to have sex with someone
verb sham 3
shammed shamming to pretend to be upset, ill etc to gain sympathy or an advantage = feign
verb sheer 3
to change direction suddenly, especially in order to avoid something sheer off/away
verb short 4
short out to short-circuit, or make something do this
verb sick 3
sick up to bring up food from your stomach - used especially of children American Equivalent: vomit up
verb side 3
to support or argue against a person or group in a quarrel, fight etc side with/against
verb single 3
single out to choose one person or thing from among a group because they are better, worse, more important etc than the others single somebody/something⇔out for
verb slack 3
slack off to make less effort than usual, or to be lazy in your work
verb slick 3
slick down/back to make hair smooth and shiny by putting oil, water etc on it
verb sole 3
to put a new sole on a shoe
verb stable 3
to put or keep a horse in a stable
verb subject 3
to force a country or group of people to be ruled by you, and control them very strictly subject to to force someone or something to experience something very unpleasant, especially over a long time
verb subordinate 3
to put someone or something in a less important position subordinate sb/sth to sb/sth
verb till 3
to prepare land for growing crops = cultivate till the soil/land/fields etc
verb void 3
to make a contract or agreement void so that it has no legal effect
verb while 3
while away the hours/evening/days etc to spend time in a pleasant and lazy way
verb white 3
white out to cover something written on paper, especially a mistake, with a special white liquid so that it cannot be seen any more
verb wind 3
winded to make someone have difficulty breathing, as a result of falling on something or being hit
verb wrong 4
to treat or judge someone unfairly
verb yellow 3
to become yellow or make something become yellow
abstract verb
Abstract verb refers to a verbal aspect in verbs of motion that is multidirectional (as opposed to unidirectional), an indirect motion, or a repeated action or series of actions (instead of a single, completed action). Abstract verbs are always imperfective in aspect, even if they have prefixes normally associated with the perfective aspect

concrete I flew to Frankfurt. (a single, completed action).

action verb
A word that expresses action and tells what the subject of a sentence does
auxiliary verb
A verb that accompanies the main verb in a clause in order to make distinctions in tense, mood, voice or aspect
Attributive form of auxiliary verb, noun
boot verb
Any of various verbs, generally in Romance languages, in which the first and second persons plural are affected differently by some phonological or morphological rule than the other four forms
computational verb
A mathematical abstraction of verbs in natural languages
concrete verb
Concrete verb refers to a verbal aspect in verbs of motion that is unidirectional (as opposed to multidirectional), a definitely directed motion, or a single, completed action (instead of a repeated action or series of actions). Concrete verbs may be either imperfective or perfective

abstract I like to fly. (repeated action).

control verb
A verb which takes multiple arguments, one of which is another verb, such that one of the control verb's arguments (possibly its subject) is semantically both an argument of the control verb and an argument of the other verb
copular verb
A verb that links a subject to a complement that refers to the subject

Your proposal sounds good to me.

defective verb
A verb with an incomplete conjugation; for example, one that can only be conjugated in certain persons and numbers

The verb can is defective in most English dialects, as it lacks an infinitive.

direct verb
A verb that agrees in person and number with the subject of a clause, by conjugation. Conjugation is a form of inflection

Example: He will have been listening to the radio. (third-person singular; active indicative future perfect progressive/future perfect continuous).

Attributive form of direct verb, noun
ditransitive verb
A verb that requires (in the unmarked form) both a direct object and an indirect object so as to be grammatical

Note: I don’t give a hoot is not considered the unmarked form.

ergative verb
An ambitransitive verb where the patient is the object of the transitive, but becomes the experiencer of the intransitive use

Although it is both transitive and intransitive, paint is not ergative, because when we say Bob paints, this is very different from when we say Bob gets painted.

finite verb
A verb inflected for person and tense that can stand on its own as a complete sentence
full verb
A verb with its own meaning: a verb that is not an auxiliary verb

In They have it, have is a full verb, but in They have done it, it's an auxiliary verb.

helping verb
An auxiliary verb; a verb that accompanies the main verb in a clause
Attributive form of helping verb, noun
impersonal verb
A verb used only in the infinitive or in the third-person. In the third person, the subject is either implied or a dummy
intransitive verb
An action verb not taking a direct object

In English sleep is an intransitive verb.

Attributive form of intransitive verb, noun
irregular verb
A verb that does not follow the normal rules for its conjugation
Attributive form of irregular verb, noun
main verb
the verb in a clause with the highest semantic content
Attributive form of main verb, noun
middle voice verb
verbs in the middle voice, they exist in a few languages like Icelandic

Icelandic: fallast.

modal verb
An auxiliary verb whose primary function is to express mood
non-finite verb
A verb form that lacks a subject, is not inflected by tense, aspect, mood, number, gender or person and cannot serve as a predicate
phrasal verb
A phrase consisting of a verb and either or both a preposition or adverb, that has idiomatic meaning
preterite-present verb
A type of verb specific to Germanic languages in which the present tense forms resemble strong preterite forms
progressive verb
A form of a verb in which its gerund (or present participle) is used with any form of the verb "to be"

Examples: I am defining. It had been snowing.

Attributive form of progressive verb

progressive-verb status.

pronominal verb
A form of reflexive verb that has an attached pronoun
reflexive verb
A verb whose subject and direct object are the same

The verb 'ask' in 'ask yourself' is a reflexive verb.

regular verb
A verb which conjugates regularly. In English, a verb which uses an -ed suffix to form its past participle
reporting verb
A verb used to repeat something that was previously said

The verb say is a common reporting verb.

separable verb
A verb that is composed of a stem and a separable affix, which can be detached from the stem in several verb forms
strong verb
A class of Germanic verbs which use ablaut as opposed to a dental affix to indicate tense
strong verb
A subset of English irregular verbs which lack the addition of a dental affix to indicate the simple past and past participle tenses
transitive verb
: A verb that is accompanied (either clearly or implicitly) by a direct object in the active voice. It links the action taken by the subject with the object upon which that action is taken. Consequently, transitive verbs can also be used in the passive voice when the direct object of the equivalent active-voice sentence becomes the subject
Attributive form of transitive verb, noun
Without a verb
weak verb
A class of Germanic verbs which use a dental affix appended to the stem to indicate tense
argument structure of a verb
(Fonetik, Ses Bilimi) The lexical information about the arguments of a (generally verbal) predicate and their semantic and syntactic properties
linking verb
(Dilbilim) A verb which connects the qualities of an object or person to that object or person: In the sentence 'My bags weigh 45kg', 'weigh' is a linking verb
phrasal verb
(Dilbilim) An English verb complex consisting of a verb and one or more following particles and acting as a complete syntactic and semantic unit, as 'look up' in 'She looked up the word in the dictionary" or 'She looked the word up in the dictionary'
stative verb
(Dilbilim) A stative verb is one which asserts that one of its arguments has a particular property (possibly in relation to its other arguments). Statives differ from other aspectual classes of verbs in that they are static; they have no duration and no distinguished endpoint. Verbs which are not stative are often called dynamic verbs
action verb
{i} (Grammar) word which is the center of the predicate and that expresses an action or activity
active verb form
form in which the verb is showing the subject of the verb as acting (Grammar)
auxiliary verb
{i} "helping verb", verb which is used together with other verbs to form different tenses
auxiliary verb
A verb, such as have, can, or will, that accompanies the main verb in a clause and helps to make distinctions in mood, voice, aspect, and tense. a verb that is used with another verb to show its tense, person, mood etc. In English the auxiliary verbs are 'be', 'do', and 'have' (as in 'I am running', 'I didn't go', 'they have gone') and all the modals
causative verb
verb denoting causation (Grammar)
color 1,verb noun
the American spelling of colour
derivative verb
verb created by adding a prefix or suffix to a word that already exists (Grammar)
doubly transitive verb
a transitive verb that takes both a direct and an indirect object
dynamic verb
{i} (Grammar) verb that may be used in the progressive or continuous aspect indicating an incomplete action (e.g.: "Tom is lying on the sofa" - indicating an incomplete action in progress)
frequentative verb
{i} verb which denotes a repeated action or state (Grammar)
helping verb
{i} auxiliary verb, verb which is used together with other verbs to form different tenses
intensive verb
verb that denote vigorous activity
intransitive verb
An intransitive verb does not take a direct object Also called a linking verb, an intransitive verb does not transfer an action from the subject to someone or something Examples of intransitive verbs include to be, to seem, to feel, to appear, and to become
intransitive verb
A verb that does not take a direct object Some verbs can be used both transitively and intransitively
intransitive verb
a verb (or verb construction) that does not take an object
intransitive verb
verb that is never accompanied by a direct object (come, sit, walk, etc.)
intransitive verb
a verb that does not act on an object For example, "lobby" is intransitive in the sentence "I lobby for intransitive verbs"
irregular verb
verbs which do not conform to the usual pattern of formation or construction (Grammar)
linking verb
link·ing verb linking verbs in BRIT, also use link verb A linking verb is a verb which links the subject of a clause and a complement. `Be', `seem', and `become' are linking verbs. = copula. a verb that connects the subject of a sentence with its complement, for example 'seem' in the sentence 'the house seems big' = copula
linking verb
verb used to connect a subject and predicate complement (Grammar)
modal verb
one of these verb forms: can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, ought to, used to, need, had better, and dare. They are all used with other verbs to express ideas such as possibility, permission, or intention auxiliary verb
modal verb
{i} (Grammar) auxiliary verb that expresses possibility or necessity (such as: will, shall, should, must)
passive verb form
(Grammar) verb form in which the action is occurring to the subject (instead of the subject performing the action)
phrasal verb
A phrasal verb is a combination of a verb and an adverb or preposition, for example `shut up' or `look after', which together have a particular meaning. An English verb complex consisting of a verb and one or more following particles and acting as a complete syntactic and semantic unit, as look up in She looked up the word in the dictionary or She looked the word up in the dictionary. a group of words that is used like a verb and consists of a verb with an adverb or preposition after it, for example 'set off' or 'look after'. In this dictionary, phrasal verbs are marked 'phr v'
phrasal verb
an English verb followed by one or more particles where the combination behaves as a syntactic and semantic unit; "`turn out' is a phrasal verb in the question `how many turned out to vote?'
phrasal verb
It is made up of a verb and preposition Sometimes it is hard to guess the meaning of the whole phrasal verb from these two individual words
phrasal verb
a verb formed from two or (sometimes three) parts: a verb and an adverb or preposition
phrasal verb
{i} verb that is joined with another word (such as a verb followed by a preposition, adverb)
phrasal verb
A verb and one or more additional words, having the function of a verb, e g "put down, put up, chop down, chop up"
primary verb
One of the three verbs be, do, and have, that can function either as a main verb or an auxiliary verb
reflexive verb
A reflexive verb is a transitive verb whose subject and object always refer to the same person or thing, so the object is always a reflexive pronoun. An example is `to enjoy yourself', as in `Did you enjoy yourself?'
reflexive verb
verb that demonstrates that the action is occurring to the subject of the sentence (Grammar)
reflexive verb
a verb whose agent performs an action that is directed at the agent; "the sentence `he washed' has a reflexive verb"; "`perjure' is a reflexive verb because you cannot perjure anyone but yourself
regular verb
verb that has the usual endings, verb that conforms to grammatical rules (Grammar)
transitive verb
a verb (or verb construction) that requires an object in order to be grammatical
transitive verb
{i} verb which describes an action performed on an object by using "the
{s} lacking verbs
words that express actionjumped, went, made, drank, ranor state of being (is, are, was, were, be, being, been, am)
This section contains conjugations of all the verbs in the dictionary for all 'persons', and the most common tenses in both simple and progressive forms You can use it to help you check your spelling and increase your grammatical accuracy
plural of verb
be, come, hold, make, remain
Turkish - English

Definition of verb in Turkish English dictionary

verb ekeylem
(Dilbilim) predicative
eksik verb
(Bilgisayar) missing verb

    Turkish pronunciation



    /ˈvərb/ /ˈvɜrb/


    [ v&rb ] (noun.) 14th century. From Old French verbe, from Latin verbum (“word”), from Proto-Indo-European *wer-.

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