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İngilizce - Türkçe
nasıl

Örgütümüze nasıl katkıda bulunabilirsiniz? - How can you contribute to our organisation?

Röportajın nasıl gitti? - How did your interview go?

ne denli
ne
hangi yolla
kaç

Kaç tane çocuğun var? - How many kids do you have?

Kaç tane dolma kalemin var? - How many pens do you have?

nasıl yani
ne alemde
ne kadar

Ne kadar para istiyorsun? - How much money do you want?

O bana hırsızlığın ne kadar yanlış bir şey olduğunu anlattı. - She told me how it was wrong to steal.

nice
nasıl da

Tom nasıl dans edileceğini öğrenmenin zamanı olduğuna karar verdi. - Tom decided it was time to learn how to dance.

Tom Mary'nin ona nasıl davrandığını unutamıyor. - Tom can't get over how Mary treated him.

nereden

Burada olduğumuzu nereden biliyordun? - How did you know we were here?

Bunu nereden biliyorsun? - How do you know this?

amma
nasl
ne âlemde
yapma yöntemi

Dondurma yapma yöntemimiz budur. - This is how we make ice cream.

Bunu yapma yöntemin bu. - That's how you do it.

yöntem

Sorunu yapma yöntemini bildiğim tek yolla ele aldım. - I handled the problem the only way I knew how.

Bunun çalışma yöntemi bu değil. - That's not how it works.

ne durumda
nasıl: How did it happen? Nasıl oldu? How will he do this? Bunu nasıl yapacak? How does it work? Nasıl çalışıyor?
niçin

Gerçekten nasıl hissettiğini niçin Tom'a söylemiyorsun? - Why don't you tell Tom how you really feel?

Niçin ve nasıl olduğunu sorduğunda bilim başlar. - Science begins when you ask why and how.

yapma tarzı

Onu yapma tarzın yanlıştı. - How you did that was wrong.

Tom ve Mary'nin onu yapma tarzını beğeniyorum. - I like how Tom and Mary did that.

ne kadar: How long
ne halde
ne suretle
ne derecede
ne maksatla
How about it? Ne dersiniz? How are you? Nasılsınız? How do you do? Nasılsınız? How goes it? How is it going? Ne var ne yok? Ne âlem desin
how are you
nasılsın

Günaydın, nasılsınız? - Good morning, how are you doing?

Merhaba Mimi! Nasılsın? - Hello Mimi! How are you?

how about
(deyim) ne dersiniz? 2.hatirliyormusun?
how about
(deyim) how about...?
how long
ne kadar süre

Ne kadar süredir bu kasabadasın? - How long have you been in this town?

Tom bana ebeveynlerimin ayrılmadan önce ne kadar süredir evli olduklarını sordu. - Tom asked me how long my parents had been married before they separated.

how often
ne sıklıkta

Ne sıklıkta onu görürsün? - How often do you see her?

Ne sıklıkta yurt dışına gidersin? - How often do you go abroad?

how about you
sen nasılsın
how come
nasıl yani
how far
nereye kadar?

Nereye kadar gitmek zorundayız? - How far do I have to go?

Bunu nereye kadar götürmeye isteklisin? - How far are you willing to take this?

how far
ne kadar uzak

New York Londra'ya ne kadar uzaklıktadır? - How far is it from New York to London?

İstasyonun belediye binasına ne kadar uzaklıkta olduğunu biliyor musunuz? - Do you know how far it is from the station to city hall?

how many
kaç tane

Odada kaç tane erkek çocuk var? - How many boys are there in the room?

Kaç tane çocuğun var? - How many kids do you have?

how much
kaç para

O dağ bisikleti kaç para? - How much is that mountain bike?

Kişi başına tur kaç para? - How much is the tour per person?

how often
hangi sıklıkla

Akıllı telefonunuzu hangi sıklıkla kontrol ediyorsunuz? - How often do you check your smartphone?

Hangi sıklıkla mesajlarını kontrol edersin. - How often do you check your messages?

how about
ne dersin

İçmek için soğuk bir şeye ne dersin? - How about something cold to drink?

Yürüyüş yapmaya ne dersin? - How about taking a walk?

how about
(Konuşma Dili) var mısın
how about you
sen peki
how are you
naber

Merhaba öğretmenim. Naber? - Hello teacher. How are you doing?

how come
(Konuşma Dili) nasıl olur?

Nasıl olur da daha iyisini yapmıyoruz? - How come we're not doing better?

Nasıl olur da bunu bilmezsin? - How come you don't know this?

how come
(Konuşma Dili) nasıl olur da
how is going
hayat nasıl gidiyor
how is going
nasıl gidiyor
how long
ne kadar

Köprü ne kadar uzunmuş! - How long that bridge is!

Londra'da ne kadar kalacaksın? - How long will you remain in London?

how so
(Konuşma Dili) nasıl yani
How long
ne kadar zamandır

Ne kadar zamandır gebesin? - How long have you been pregnant?

Ne kadar zamandır Tom'u tanıyorsun? - How long have you known Tom?

How much
ne kadar

Ne kadar para istiyorsun? - How much money do you want?

Onun için ne kadar ödedin? - How much did you pay for him?

how about
ne dersin?

Yürüyüş yapmaya ne dersin? - How about going for a walk?

Yürüyüş yapmaya ne dersin? - How about taking a walk?

how about
-den ne haber?
how about
ya?

Akşam yemeği için kalmaya ne dersiniz? Ben büyük bir kap güveç yapıyorum. - How about staying for dinner? I'm making a big pot of stew.

Ben bir doktorum. Peki ya sen? - I'm a doctor. How about you?

how come
niçin

Niçin dün gece beni aramadın. - How come you didn't call me last night?

Niçin bana inanmıyorsun? - How come you don't believe me?

how come
nasıl oldu da

Nasıl oldu da buradasın? - How come you are here?

Nasıl oldu da çok iyi Fransızca biliyorsun? - How come you know French so well?

how far
ne kadar uzakta?

Boston'a ne kadar uzakta? - How far is it to Boston?

Senin evin parka ne kadar uzakta? - How far is it from your house to the park?

how long
ne kadar uzun

Köprü ne kadar uzunluktadır? - How long is the bridge?

Golden Gate Bridge ne kadar uzunluktadır? - How long is the Golden Gate Bridge?

how many
kaç

O otobüs günde kaç kez çalışır? - How many times a day does that bus run?

Kaç tane çocuğun var? - How many kids do you have?

how old
kaç yaşında

En büyük erkek evladın kaç yaşında? - How old is your oldest son?

Bayan Nakano'nun kaç yaşında olduğunu biliyor musun? - Do you know how old Miss Nakano is?

how to
nasıl

Nasıl şekerleme yapılacağını bilir. - She knows how to make candy.

Nasıl araba süreceğini biliyor musun? - Do you know how to drive a car?

how well
ne kadar iyi

Gitarı ne kadar iyi çalabiliyorsun? - How well can you play guitar?

Ne kadar iyi yemek pişirdiği hakkında övünür. - She brags about how well she can cook.

How about you
seni sormalı
How about you
senden ne haber
How about you
peki ya sen

Peki ya sen? Hala arkadaşımla evli misin? - How about you? Are you still married my friend?

Ben bir doktorum. Peki ya sen? - I'm a doctor. How about you?

How old
kaç yaşındasın
How?
nasıl?
how about you
Peki ya sen? Ya sen? Senden ne haber?
how are things
nasıl gidiyor, herşey yolundamı
how are you
nasılsınız

Günaydın, nasılsınız? - Good morning, how are you doing?

İyi günler, nasılsınız? - Good day, how are you?

how are you
nasılsın?

İyi günler, nasılsın? - Good day, how are you?

Merhaba, John! Nasılsın? - Hello, John! How are you?

how come
Nasıl oldu da? , Niçin?
how manyth
kaçıncı
how much
ne kadar çok
how of
nasıl
how soon
nasıl yakında
how you doing
nasılsın
how you doing
naber
How come
{k} Niye?/Nasıl olur? How did he measure up? Diğerlerine göre nasıldı o?
How ever
Nasıl ...?: How ever did it come about? Nasıl oldu?
How so
Niçin?/Nasıl olabilir?
how come
(deyim) how come...? [kd] nasil oldu da? nicin ?
how far
(isim) kadar uzak
how lovely
(isim) güzel
how lovely
ne güzel
how many
ne kadar

Londra'da ne kadar kalacaksın? - How many days will you remain in London?

Ne kadar halan ve dayın var? - How many aunts and uncles do you have?

how much
kaça

Tom onun kaça mal olduğunu umursamıyor. Halen onu almayı planlıyor. - Tom doesn't care how much it costs. He still plans to buy it.

Ben sadece arabamı yıkatmanın ve cilalatmanın kaça mal olacağını merak ediyordum. - I was just wondering how much it would cost to have my car washed and waxed.

how much
1. ne kadar: No matter how much I try, I just can't do it. Ne kadar uğraşırsam uğraşayım, yine de yapamam. How much money do you need? Ne
how nice
ne iyi

Ne iyi ettin de geldin. - How nice of you to come.

how nice
ne güzel

Tom! Seni tekrar görmek ne güzel! - Tom! How nice to see you again!

Yine Hawaii'de olmak ne güzel! - How nice to be in Hawaii again!

how nice
(isim) iyi
İngilizce - İngilizce
In what state

How was your vacation?.

An artificial barrow or tumulus
The means by which something is accomplished

It is an a posteriori argument, evincing the fact, but not the how.

A small hill in northern England. (Usage preserved mainly in place names.)
Used as a modifier to indicate surprise, delight, or other strong feelings

How wonderful it was to receive your invitation.

To what degree

How often do you practice?.

In which way; in such way

I remember how to solve this puzzle.

In what manner

How else can we get this finished?.

That, the fact that, the way that

There’s this real Al Capone fear that they’re going to get our guys, not on marijuana, but on something else,” Mr. Edson said, referring to how Capone was eventually charged with tax evasion rather than criminal activity.

{a} in what manner, state, or degree, why
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disapproval You use how in expressions such as `How can you' and `How could you' to indicate that you disapprove of what someone has done or that you find it hard to believe. How can you drink so much beer, Luke? How could he be so indiscreet?
In what state, condition, or plight
formulae `How do you do' is a polite way of greeting someone when you meet them for the first time
emphasis You use how to emphasize the degree to which something is true. I didn't realize how heavy that shopping was going to be Franklin told them all how happy he was to be in Britain again
You use how about to introduce a new subject which you think is relevant to the conversation you have been having. Are your products and services competitive? How about marketing?
In what manner or way; by what means or process
adv [showing or asking the way something is done] bagaimana
adv how [OE hü]
For what reason; from what cause
The process includes three steps First, iron oxide fines, pulverized coal and a binder are formed into pellets Second, the pellets, two to three layers deep, are heated in a gas-fired rotary hearth furnace for 15-20 minutes to produce sponge iron Subsequently, the iron must be desulfurized The coal in the pellets provides much of the energy required in the second phase
In what way
to what extent or amount or degree; "how tall is she?"
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You use how after certain adjectives and verbs to introduce a statement or fact, often something that you remember or expect other people to know about. It's amazing how people collect so much stuff over the years It's important to become acutely aware of how your eating ties in with your stress level
to what extent or amount or degree; "how tall is she?" in what way or manner or by what means (`however' is sometimes used as an intensive form of `how'); "how did you catch the snake?"; "he told us how he did it"; "however did you get here so soon?
In what manner or way; by what means A manner or method of doing something
If you ask someone `How about you?' you are asking them what they think or want. Well, I enjoyed that. How about you two?
You use how when you are asking someone whether something was successful or enjoyable. How was your trip down to Orlando? I wonder how Sam got on with him
in what way?, in what manner?, by what means?; to what extent?
You use how to ask about someone's health or to find out someone's news. Hi! How are you doing? How's Rosie? How's the job?
in what way or manner or by what means (`however' is sometimes used as an intensive form of `how'); "how did you catch the snake?"; "he told us how he did it"; "however did you get here so soon?
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You use how to ask about the way in which something happens or is done. How do I make payments into my account? How do you manage to keep the place so tidy? How are you going to plan for the future? How is also a conjunction. I don't want to know how he died I didn't know how to tell you
Handover word The word in the GPS message that contains time synchronization information for the transfer from the C/A code to the P-code
Hardening can be achieved through various methods, including (1) heat treatment, where the properties of steel are altered by subjecting the steel to a series of temperature changes; and (2) cold working, in which changes in the structure and shape of steel are achieved through rolling, hammering, or stretching the steel at a relatively low temperature
By what name, designation, or title
You ask `How come?' or `How so?' when you are surprised by something and are asking why it happened or was said. `They don't say a single word to each other.' --- `How come?'
You use how to ask questions about the quantity or degree of something. How much money are we talking about? How many full-time staff have we got? How long will you be staying? How old is your son now? How fast were you driving? He was asked how serious the situation had become
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They shall beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks; One nation shall not raise the sword against another, nor shall they train for war again. - They will hammer their swords into ploughshares and their spears into sickles. Nation will not lift sword against nation, no longer will they learn how to make war.

How do I open the hood? - How do I open the bonnet?

You use how in expressions such as `how about' or `how would you like' when you are making an offer or a suggestion. How about a cup of coffee? You want Jeannie to make the appointment for you? How about the end of next week?
emphasis You use how in exclamations to emphasize an adjective, adverb, or statement. How strange that something so simple as a walk on the beach could suddenly mean so much
At what price; how dear
Ce'hak?english | adronato
To what degree or extent, number or amount; in what proportion; by what measure or quality
how about
Same as what about
how are you
An informal greeting, not requiring a literal response. Typical responses include:

Fine, and you? (informal).

how come
Why; why is it; for what reason or purpose?

How come you didn't leave when you had the chance?.

how long
Used literally: what duration

How long is the flight?.

how long
Used literally: what length

I don't know how long the Amazon River is.

how many
What number
how much
What is the cost/price
how much
What quantity
how so
Why?; For what reason?

I'm feeling really depressed. ― How so?.

how so
How?; In what way?

The city of Melbourne has much more culture than Sydney. ― How so?.

how about
what of -, what do you think of -
how are you
how is it going, what's new, what's happening
how come
question word; what is the reason (`how come' is a nonstandard variant); "why are you here?"; "how come he got an ice cream cone but I didn't?"
how long
until when
how many
how much?, what is the amount of-?
how much
what is the amount (that it costs?); what amount, how many, what quantity
how