wilt

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English - Turkish
{f} solmak
çiçek solmak
{f} sol

Vazodaki çiçekler soldu. - The flowers in the vase were wilted.

Çiçekler su olmadan solarlar. - The flowers wilt without water.

soldurmak
{i} solma

Nergisler solmaya başlıyor. - The daffodils are starting to wilt.

sol/soldur
mecalsizlik
soldurmak (bitkiyi/çiçeği)
istiyorsun
argınlık
isteği veya cesareti kırılmak
{f} güçten düşmek
(Edebiyat) -eceksin (şiir dili)
{f} eceksin (şiir)
{f} cesaretini kaybetmek
{f} (bitki/çiçek) boynunu bükmek, solmak; (bitkiyi/çiçeği) soldurmak
canlılığını yitirmek
"thou" ile eceksin
(Tıp) Normal turgorunu veya tazeliğini kaybetmek, buruşmak
will
vasiyet

O ölmeden bir hafta önce vasiyetini değiştirdi,bütün servetini köpeği Pookie'e bıraktı. - A week before she died she changed her will and left her entire fortune to her dog Pookie.

Avukattan vasiyetimi yazmasını rica ettim. - I asked the solicitor to make out my will.

will
{i} dilek

Umarım dileklerin gerçekleşecektir. - I hope your wishes will come true.

Maalesef dileklerim yerine getirilmeyecek. - I'm afraid that my wishes will not be fulfilled.

will
{i} istek

Arkadaşlarını kendi istekleriyle seçmek istiyorlar. - They want to choose their mates by their own will.

Benim sponsorum benim öneriyi kabul etmek için istekliydi. - My sponsor was willing to agree to my suggestion.

will
İkramda bulunurken kullanılır: Will
will
niyet et/arzula
will
{i} arzu

Bu dünyada, ne kadar arzu ederseniz edin asla gerçekleşmeyecek şeyler vardır. - There are some things in this world that will never come true, no matter how much you wish for them.

will
{i} amaç

Onlar amaçlarına ulaştılar. - They will have achieved their goal.

will
Gelecek zaman kipinde kullanılır: They will leave tomorrow. Yarın gidecekler
will
gelecek zaman eki
will
yardımcı f. (would)
will
gerçekleşmesini tahayyul etmek
will
{f} dilemek

Neden özür dilemek için bir mektup yazacağım? - Why will I write a letter to apologize?

Onu gördüğünde özür dilemek zorundasın. - You will have to apologize when you see him.

will
{f} arzulamak
will
{i} vasiyetname

O, bir vasiyetname hazırladı. - He has drawn up a will.

will
garez
will
vasiyet/istek/irade
wilting
solma
will
-ecek
will
azim

Azim ve sabır her kapıyı açar. - Patience and hard work will conquer all.

Azimli insan duvarı deler. - Faith will move mountains.

will
irade

Onu kendi irademe karşı yaptım. - I did it against my will.

O, onu iradesine karşı yaptı. - She did it against her will.

will
vasiyetle bırakmak
will
istenç
will
husumet
wilted
solgun
wilting
solan
will
-er
will
{f} niyet etmek
will
o'-the-wisp i
will
{f} istekte bulunmak
will
{f} vasiyet etmek
will
niyet

İki tarafın da iyi niyetiyle, sorunumuzun üstesinden gelinebilir. - With a bit of good will on both sides, our problems should be able to be resolved.

will
iradesini kullanmak
will
bataklıklarda gece görülen ve yakamoza benzeyen bir parıltı
will
istem

Siz sadece onu istemek zorundasınız ve o size verilecektir. - You have only to ask for it and it will be given to you.

Seni vurmak istemiyorum, fakat zorunda kalırsam, vururum. - I don't want to shoot you, but I will if I have to.

will
murat
will
-ar
wilted
{f} sol

Vazodaki çiçekler soldu. - The flowers in the vase were wilted.

will
wouldst gelecek zaman
will
{f} buyurmak
will
{f} emretmek
will
ham hayal, gerçekleşmesi imkânsız bir şey
will
-acak
will
(allah) buyurmak
will
{f} istemek

Siz sadece onu istemek zorundasınız ve o size verilecektir. - You have only to ask for it and it will be given to you.

will
{f} azmetmek
will
{f} amaçlamak
wilted
sol
wilted
solmuş
will
{f} 1. to (bir şeyin) (birine) bırakılmasını vasiyet etmek, vasiyet yoluyla (bir şeyi) (birine)
English - English
The act of wilting or the state of being wilted
Any of various plant diseases characterized by wilting
Second-person singular present tense of will
To cause to fatigue; to exhaust
To fatigue; to lose strength
To droop or become limp and flaccid (as a dying leaf or flower)
To cause to droop or become limp and flaccid (as a flower)
{i} male first name (short form of Wilton)
lose strength; "My opponent was wilting"
Loss of rigidity and drooping of plant parts generally caused by insufficient water in the plant Also, a disease characterised by loss of turgidity and collapse of leaves, typically caused by vascular infection by a fungus or bacterium
To begin to wither; to lose freshness and become flaccid, as a plant when exposed when exposed to drought, or to great heat in a dry day, or when separated from its root; to droop
{i} drooping, withering; disease in plants
To cause to begin to wither; to make flaccid, as a green plant
any plant disease characterized by drooping and shriveling; usually caused by parasites attacking the roots
To apply heat so as to cause dehydration and a droopy appearance
archaic, form of Second-person singular present tense, will
causing to become limp or drooping any plant disease characterized by drooping and shriveling; usually caused by parasites attacking the roots become limp; "The flowers wilted"
of Will
to wither
become limp; "The flowers wilted"
A disease (or symptom) characterized by a loss of turgidity in a plant (e g , vascular wilt) (16)
{f} wither, become limp, lose freshness; lose spirit; weaken; become weak
If someone wilts, they become weak or tired, or lose confidence. She soon wilted in the morning heat The government wilted in the face of such powerful pressure. A second person singular present tense of will. thou wilt you will
Drooping of foliage from lack of water
sing
If a plant wilts, it gradually bends downwards and becomes weak because it needs more water or is dying. The roses wilted the day after she bought them
lose strength; "My opponent was wilting
Hence, to cause to languish; to depress or destroy the vigor and energy of
causing to become limp or drooping
2d pers
A plant disease in which bacteria invade the vessels of herbaceous plants, interfere with movement of water and nutrients, and produce certain toxins that cause wilting and the eventual death of the plant
Wilt Chamberlain
a US basketball player, sometimes called Wilt the Stilt because of his height (2.16 metres). He set several records for the number of points he won (1936-99). born Aug. 21, 1936, Philadelphia, Pa., U.S. died Oct. 12, 1999, Los Angeles, Calif. U.S. basketball player, one of the greatest offensive players in basketball history. The 7-ft 1-in. (2.16-m) Chamberlain played two years (1956-58) for the University of Kansas. "Wilt the Stilt" later played centre for the Philadelphia (later Golden State) Warriors (1959-65), the Philadelphia 76ers (1965-68), and the Los Angeles Lakers (1968-73). In the 1961-62 season he became the first player to score more than 4,000 points in regular-season NBA games, including a record 100 points in a single game (1962). He led the NBA in scoring seven consecutive years (1959-65) and in rebounding 11 times. He ranks first in career rebounds (23,924) and career rebounding average (22.9 per game)
Wilt Chamberlain
(1936-1999) famous professional basketball player, first player to score more than 4000 points in one regular season in the NBA
Will
A diminutive of the male given name William. Also used as a formal given name
Wilts
Wiltshire (in postal addresses)
will
To try to make (something) happen by using one's will (intention)

All the fans were willing their team to win the game.

will
To habitually do (a given action)

How telling is it that many women will volunteer for temporary disablement by wearing high heeled shoes that hobble them?.

will
To wish or desire (that something happen); to intend (that)

see God's goodwill toward men, hear how generally his grace is proposed, to him, and him, and them, each man in particular, and to all. 1 Tim. ii. 4. God will that all men be saved, and come to the knowledge of the truth..

will
A formal declaration of one's intent concerning the disposal of one's property and holdings after death; the legal document stating such wishes
will
One's independent faculty of choice; the ability to be able to exercise one's choice or intention

Of course, man's will is often regulated by his reason.

will
That which is desired; one's wish

I auow by this most sacred head / Of my deare foster child, to ease thy griefe, / And win thy will .

will
To bequeath (something) to someone in one's will (legal document)

He willed his stamp collection to the local museum.

will
To wish, desire (something)

Grant what Thou dost command, and command what Thou wilt.

will
The act of choosing to do something; a person’s conscious intent or volition

Most creatures have a will to live.

will
Desire, longing. (Now generally merged with later senses.)

He felt a great will to make a pilgrimage to the Holy Land.

will
To wish, desire
will
To choose to (do something), used to express intention but without any temporal connotations (+ bare infinitive)
will
One's intention or decision; someone's orders or commands

Eventually I submitted to my parents' will.

will
Used to express the future tense, formerly with some implication of volition, especially in first-person. Compare shall

I will rejoin you, and we will fly ; but from this moment until then, let us not tempt Providence, Morrel; let us not see each other; it is a miracle, it is a providence that we have not been discovered; if we were surprised, if it were known that we met thus, we should have no further resource.”.

will
To instruct (that something be done) in one's will
will
To be able to, to have the capacity to

Unfortunately, only one of these gloves will actually fit over my hand.

wilted
Drooping, typically due to lack of water
wilted
Simple past tense and past participle of wilt
will
{f} want; act by will power; cause will power; command; determine, decide
will
Arbitrary disposal; power to control, dispose, or determine
will
{f} verb used together with other verbs to indicate the future tense
will
In law, a formal declaration, usually in the form of an executed document, of a person's wishes regarding the disposal of his or her property after death. It is valid if it meets the formalities of the law, which usually requires that it be witnessed. It may be considered invalid if, among other instances, the testator was mentally incapable of disposing of his or her property, if it imposes unreasonable or cruel demands as a condition of inheritance, or if the testator did not have clear title to the bequeathed assets. Any party who contests a will must bring the claim within a time specified by statute and must bear the burden of proof in demonstrating that the will is faulty. See also probate. free will problem Kellogg John Harvey and Will Keith living will Wilde Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wills Bob James Robert Wills Wills Helen Newington Helen Newington Wills Moody Roark Helen Wills Moody
will
{n} a choice, command, bequest, testament
will
{v} to desire, command, direct, purpose
To wilt
welt
Will
A weak-side linebacker
Wilts
county in southern England
fusarium wilt
caused by fungi of the genus Fusarium
granville wilt
a bacterial wilt of tobacco plants
oak wilt
A disease of oak trees caused by the fungus Chalara quercina and often resulting in wilting and dropping of leaves
will
The power of choosing; the faculty or endowment of the soul by which it is capable of choosing; the faculty or power of the mind by which we decide to do or not to do; the power or faculty of preferring or selecting one of two or more objects
will
To give or direct the disposal of by testament; to bequeath; to devise; as, to will one's estate to a child; also, to order or direct by testament; as, he willed that his nephew should have his watch
will
A written statement of a person's wishes for the disposition of that person's estate after their death
will
A legal document by which a person outlines the disposition of his/her assets after death A will must be witnessed and executed as prescribed in state law
will
{i} last testament listing inheritors of a dying person's property
will
See the Note under Testament, 1
will
The legal declaration of a person's mind as to the manner in which he would have his property or estate disposed of after his death; the written instrument, legally executed, by which a man makes disposition of his estate, to take effect after his death; testament; devise
will
a legal document declaring a person's wishes regarding the disposal of their property when they die determine by choice; "This action was willed and intended"
will
A legally binding document that provides instructions for the disposition of an individual's property at death Can be amended or revoked up to the time of death, or until a loss of mental capacity Enforced through probate court and does not avoid probate
will
- A testamentary disposition of property, usually in a form prescribed by law, that takes effect upon death
will
In the second and third persons, the idea of distinct volition, wish, or purpose is evanescent, and simple certainty is appropriately expressed; as, "You will go,"
will
Being ready to perform an action or comply with a request, see willing (verbal adjective)
will
A testamentary disposition of property, usually in a form prescribed by law, that takes effect upon death
will
A will is a document that directs how your property is to be distributed upon your death It must be drawn up and signed with certain formalities such as the correct number of witnesses, a proper signing ceremony, etc A will that does not comply with all of these requirements can be successfully contested and set aside If that occurs, the decedent’s property is distributed as set forth in the Missouri statutes which is often contrary to the wishes of the decedent
will
A document that, when signed and witnessed, gives legal effect to the wishes of an individual, called a testator, to provide for the disposal of property upon death
will
have in mind; "I will take the exam tomorrow"
will
legal document expressing the wishes of an individual regarding distribution of his or her property after death
will
a fixed and persistent intent or purpose; "where there's a will there's a way" a legal document declaring a person's wishes regarding the disposal of their property when they die determine by choice; "This action was willed and intended" have in mind; "I will take the exam tomorrow" decree or ordain; "God wills our existence
will
the amount of psychic energy at the ego's disposal Usually directed into the psychic functions
will
Indicating intent to perform the action in the future
will
decree or ordain; "God wills our existence"
will
A person's intent, volition, decision
will
To bequeath (something) to someone in ones will (legal document)
will
the legal statement of a person’s wishes concerning the disposal of his or her property after death
will
The legal instrument traditionally used to direct disposition of one's property after death
will
A document setting out a person's wishes regarding the disposal of his or her property after death
will
A written and signed statement, made by an individual, which provides for the disposition of their property when they die (See also codicil and probate )
will
determine by choice; "This action was willed and intended"
will
To emphasize will denotes (according to the tone or context) certain futurity or fixed determination
will
describes a future event as a fact only
will
To be willing; to be inclined or disposed; to be pleased; to wish; to desire
will
Thus, in first person, "I will"
will
To enjoin or command, as that which is determined by an act of volition; to direct; to order
will
A legal document that states who is to receive a person's estate and assets after their death
will
Strong wish or inclination; desire; purpose
will
{i} desire; will power; want; determination; volition
will
leave or give by will after one's death; "My aunt bequeathed me all her jewelry"; "My grandfather left me his entire estate"
will
or "He will go,"
will
decree or ordain; "God wills our existence
will
a legal document declaring a person's wishes regarding the disposal of their property when they die
will
To intend, decide to do something, wish strongly
will
That which is strongly wished or desired
will
Normally a legally executed written instrument by which a person makes disposition of his or her property to take effect after death
will
A legal document expressing the wishes of an individual regarding distribution of his or her property after death
will
The legal document completed in accordance with state law that states how your assets will be distributed on your death, appoints an executor for your estate, may establish trusts for your children and name a trustee for those trusts, names guardians for your children, and so forth When planning for a QPRT, if the remainder beneficiaries are limited to adult children, a make-up provision is often provided for, under the grantor's will, the issue of any deceased child (or even a child who is a minor)
will
a fixed and persistent intent or purpose; "where there's a will there's a way"
will
Thus, in first person, "I will" denotes willingness, consent, promise; and when "will" is emphasized, it denotes determination or fixed purpose; as, I will go if you wish; I will go at all hazards
will
Indicating expectation that the subject will perform the action in the future
will
denotes willingness, consent, promise; and when "will"
will
is emphasized, it denotes determination or fixed purpose; as, I will go if you wish; I will go at all hazards
will
The directions, in legal form, for the distribution of one's property after death
will
As an auxiliary, will is used to denote futurity dependent on the verb
will
A legal document that specifies how assets are to be distributed at your death and names guardians for minor children Drawing up a will is a very important aspect of estate planning BACK TO TOP
will
a document stating how a person wants real and personal property divided after death
will
A legal document that outlines how a person wishes to have their property disposed of after their death In the absence of a will, property will be disposed of in accordance with the intestate statutes of the state
will
To try to make (something) happen by using ones will (intention)
will
A person's written declaration of desires for disposal of his or her property after death
will
To form a distinct volition of; to determine by an act of choice; to ordain; to decree
will
A written document which disposes of the property of the person making it on his or her death It must be signed by the person making it and in England and Wales must be witnessed by two witnesses There are detailed rules about how that must be done In Scotland a will may be valid if it is in the maker's handwriting In any case of doubt advice from Legal Division should be sought
will
To exercise an act of volition; to choose; to decide; to determine; to decree
will
To wish; to desire; to incline to have
will
The choice or determination of one who has authority; a decree; a command; discretionary pleasure
will
The choice which is made; a determination or preference which results from the act or exercise of the power of choice; a volition
will
the capability of conscious choice and decision and intention; "the exercise of their volition we construe as revolt"- George Meredith
will
Indicating intent to perform the action in the future, or expectation of an event in the future
will
A testamentary document naming the people who will deal with your property and affairs after your death, and setting out how your property and finances should be distributed
will
the legal document containing the statement of a person's wishes regarding the disposal of his or her property after death
will
Document used to specify the transfer of property after the testator’s death
wilted
not firm; "wilted lettuce"
wilted
past of wilt
wilting
present participle of wilt
wilting
causing to become limp or drooping
wilts
third-person singular of wilt
wilts
plural of wilt
wilt
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