errand

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İngilizce - Türkçe
iş için gönderilme
sipariş

Tom bir sipariş için dükkâna gönderildi. - Tom was sent on an errand to the store.

{i} ayak işleri

Odayı temizledi, ve ayak işlerini yaptı. - She cleaned the room, and ran errands.

Tom sabahı ayak işleri yaparak geçirdi. - Tom spent the morning doing errands.

Tom bir iş için koşmak zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to run an errand.

O bir iş için dışarı gitti. - She is out on an errand.

ayak işi

Birkaç ayak işi yapacağım. - I'm going to run a few errands.

Yapmam gereken bir ayak işim var. - I have an errand I need to run.

{i} getir götür işi

Getir götür işi için haftada dört gün çalışmak harikadır. - Working four days a week is great for errands.

{i} bir iş için gönderme
errand boy
ayak işlerine bakan kimse
errand boy
çırak
errand-boy
ayakçı
errand-boy
getir götür işlerine bakan çocuk
errand-boy
çırak
errand running
Ayak işleri
errand boy
ayakçı

Ben senin ayakçın değilim. - I'm not your errand boy.

fool's errand
olmayacak iş
go on errand
ayak işleri görmek
a fool's errand
Saçma bir şey, boşuna teşebbüs
a fool's errand
saçma bir iş
a fool´s errand
saçma bir iş
go on an errand
Bir haber götürmek veya bir iş yapmak için bir yere gitmek, ayak işlerini yapmak
on errand
iş seyahati
run an errand
Bir haber götürmek veya bir iş yapmak için bir yere gitmek, ayak işlerini yapmak
send on an errand
Bir haber veya işle bir yere göndermek
fool's errand
sonucu olmayan iş
run an errand
bir iş için bir yere gitmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
The purpose of such trip

I'm going to town on some errands.

An oral message trusted to a person for delivery
A trip to accomplish a small mission or to do some business (dropping items by, doing paperwork, going to a friend's house, etc.)

The errands before he could start the project included getting material at the store and getting the tools he had lent his neighbors.

To go on an errand

She spent an enjoyable afternoon erranding in the city.

To send someone on an errand

All the servants were on holiday or erranded out of the house.

{n} a message, a thing any one is sent about
A trip to accomplish a small mission or to do some business (dropping items by, doing paperwork, going to a friends house, etc.)
A special business intrusted to a messenger; something to be told or done by one sent somewhere for the purpose; often, a verbal message; a commission; as, the servant was sent on an errand; to do an errand
Also, one's purpose in going anywhere
{i} short trip to accomplish a task; task, business which needs to be accomplished
a short trip that is taken in the performance of a necessary task or mission
An errand is a short trip that you make in order to do a job for someone, for example when you go to a shop to buy something for them. She went off on some errand
If you run an errand for someone, you do or get something for them, usually by making a short trip somewhere. She was forever running errands for her housebound grandmother. a short journey in order to do something for someone, for example delivering or collecting something for them
errand boy
A male employed to run errands
errand boy
Someone nominally in a responsible position who performs relatively menial tasks for a senior manager
errand boys
plural form of errand boy
errand boy
boy sent out to take care of small jobs, boy employed to go on errands
fool's errand
A foolish undertaking, especially one that is purposeless, fruitless, nonsensical, or certain to fail

Shultz took little notice of the Soviet view or that of others who said his Middle East mission was a fool's errand. You can't be too afraid of failing, said the 67-year-old diplomat.

fool's errand
Such an undertaking, assigned as a prank
lost errand
a mission likely to fail

The detective expressed his conviction that they were both on a lost errand. He was convinced that the boy would not make his appearance; although when pressed by Clive to do so, he declined to give the reasons for his conviction.

errands
Plural of errand
fool's errand
A fruitless mission or undertaking
fool's errand
a fruitless mission
errand