listen to the pronunciation of explore
İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} keşfetmek

Ben gerçekten bu mağarayı keşfetmek istiyorum. - I would really like to explore this cave.

Bilim adamları okyanusun derinliklerini keşfetmek için bir batisfer kullandılar. - The scientists used a bathysphere to explore the depths of the ocean.

{f} araştırmak
{f} (keşifte bulunmak amacıyla) (bir bölgeyi) dolaşmak
(Bilgisayar) keşfetme

Mary dağı keşfetmeye gitti. - Mary has gone off to explore the mountain.

Ben gerçekten bu mağarayı keşfetmek istiyorum. - I would really like to explore this cave.

(Bilgisayar) açınsamak
dikkatle incelemek
inceleme gezisi yapmak
keşfe çıkmak

Araştırmacılar mağarada bir iskelet keşfettiler. - The explorers discovered a skeleton in the cave.

Issız adayı keşfetmeyi umuyor. - He hopes to explore the uninhabited island.

{f} (bir konuyu) araştırmak, incelemek
(Tıp) İnceden inceye muayene etmek
{f} kontrol etmek
{f} muayene etmek
(Biyoloji) araştır

Tom her olasılığı araştırdı. - Tom explored every possibility.

Avcı gökyüzünün görünümünü araştırdı. - The hunter explored the appearance of the sky.

tetkik etmek
explore appropriate guarantees
(Politika, Siyaset) yeterli güvenceyi almak
explore item
(Bilgisayar) öğede gezin
explore item
(Bilgisayar) öğeyi araştır
explore now
(Bilgisayar) şimdi gözat
explore every avenue
her yola başvurmak
explore natural caves
doğal mağaraları keşfetmekten
explore, prospect, probe, scout
Umudu, prob, scout keşfetmek
explore appropriate guarentees
yeterli güvenceyi almak
(Bilgisayar) araştırılıyor
{f} keşfet

Uzak bölgeleri keşfetmekten hoşlanır. - He enjoys exploring remote areas.

Bu ülkeyi keşfetmeyi ve bir sürü macera yaşamayı sabırsızlıkla bekliyorum. - I am looking forward to exploring this country and having many adventures.


Bu film olanaklarını araştırıyor. - This movie explores the possibilities.


Tatilimizi kırsal Fransa'yı keşfederek geçirdik. - We spent our holiday exploring rural France.

to explore
İngilizce - İngilizce
To examine diagnostically
To wander without any particular aim or purpose

The boys explored all around till cold and hunger drove them back to the campfire one by one.

To seek for something or after someone
To examine or investigate something systematically

The committee has been exploring alternative solutions to the problem at hand.

To (seek) experience first hand

It is normal for a boy of this age to be exploring his sexuality.

To travel somewhere in search of discovery

It was around that time that the expedition began exploring the Arctic Circle.

To be engaged exploring in any of the above senses

He was too busy exploring to notice his son needed his guidance.

{v} to search, examin, try
Process in which Content Analyzer crawls a Web site and adds the pages it finds to the site map You control how much of the site is explored (Content Analyzer)
for diagnostic purposes examine minutely travel to or penetrate into; "explore unknown territory in biology
To search through or into; to penetrate or range over for discovery; to examine thoroughly; as, to explore new countries or seas; to explore the depths of science
To seek for or after; to strive to attain by search; to look wisely and carefully for
to travel in search of discovery
examine (organs etc ) for diagnostic purposes
To retrieve a resource by way of its URL If the resource is a page that contains links to other resources, exploring the page also looks up the URLs for those linked resources Microsoft Content Analyzer explores a resource when the user clicks the map object's question mark icon, or uses the Explore command
{f} travel to unknown regions; investigate, examine, research
If you explore a place, you travel around it to find out what it is like. After exploring the old part of town there is a guided tour of the cathedral We've come to this country, let's explore! + exploration explorations ex·plo·ra·tion We devote several days to the exploration of the magnificent Maya sites of Copan
to experience first hand
examine minutely
to travel to a place that is not well known to find out more about it
examine organs etc
If you explore something with your hands or fingers, you touch it to find out what it feels like. He explored the wound with his finger, trying to establish its extent
travel to or penetrate into; "explore unknown territory in biology"
inquire into
If you explore an idea or suggestion, you think about it or comment on it in detail, in order to assess it carefully. The film explores the relationship between artist and instrument. = investigate + exploration ex·plo·ra·tion I looked forward to the exploration of their theories
If people explore an area for a substance such as oil or minerals, they study the area and do tests on the land to see whether they can find it. Central to the operation is a mile-deep well, dug originally to explore for oil + exploration ex·plo·ra·tion Oryx is a Dallas-based oil and gas exploration and production concern
Make an investigation
past of explore
Employed in, or designed for, exploration
The action of the verb explore
Present participle of to explore
{i} reconnaissance; survey
explore anew; "We need to re-explore Colonialism
explore anew; "We need to re-explore Colonialism"