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Bütün servetine rağmen hâlâ mutsuzdu. - For all his wealth, he was still unhappy.

Tüm hatalarına rağmen, o iyi bir adam. - For all his faults, he is a good fellow.

(Bilgisayar) her

O, herkes için eşitliğin lehindeydi. - He was in favor of equality for all.

Kanun herkes için aynıdır. - The law is equal for all.

-e karşın
-e rağmen
Herkes için

O tartışma bir zamanlar karara bağlandı ve herkes için. - That dispute has been settled once and for all.

Bir kez ve herkes için bunu yasaklıyorum. - Once and for all, I forbid it.

(deyim) for all + noun ragmen

Hepiniz için önemli bir görevim var. - I have an important mission for all of you.

Tom bütün bilgimize göre ölü olabilir. - Tom might be dead for all we know.


Sözde psişik güçlerine karşın kendi ölümünü tahmin edemedi. - For all his supposed psychic powers, he could not predict his own death.

Bütün servetine karşın, o çok mutlu değildir. - For all his wealth, he is not very happy.

for all that
buna karşın
for all that
-e rağmen
for all that
her şeye rağmen

Ona bir kez söyledim ve her şeye rağmen onunla sinemaya gitmedim. - She told him once and for all that she would not go to the movie with him.

Onun hikayesi düzmece görünebilir fakat her şeye rağmen gerçektir. - His story may sound false, but it is true for all that.

for all that
e rağmen
for all that
bütün bunlara rağmen
for all that
bununla birlikte
for all that
buna rağmen
İngilizce - İngilizce
In spite of, despite

For all his protests, he was forced to have a bath.

For all x in A, x^2 is even.

for all that
still, nevertheless
"forall" is a textual way of writing the universal quantifier, which is otherwise written as an upside-down capital A It corresponds fairly closely to the English words "each" and "every" Thus, forall(X, likes(X, icecream)) would be read as "for every entity X, X likes icecream" or just "everything likes icecream" This would be too broad a statement, as it would allege that, for example, rocks like icecream It is usual therefore to restrict the proposition to something like: forall(X, is_person(X) => likes(X, icecream)) i e "Every person likes icecream " That is, we are restricting the type of X to persons In some cases, it is more reasonable to abbreviate the type restriction as follows: forall(X : person, likes(X, icecream)) See also exists
The term forAll refers to an oclOperation that returns True if a specified expression is True for all elements within a specified Collection
(n ) A programming construct that specifies a set of loop iterations and further specifies that these iterations can be done in any order data parallel and shared variable programs are often expressed using forall loops
for all

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    fôr ôl


    /ˈfôr ˈôl/ /ˈfɔːr ˈɔːl/


    [ f&r, (')for, Southern a ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English; akin to Latin per through, prae before, pro before, for, ahead, Greek pro, Old English faran to go; more at FARE.

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