in turn

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İngilizce - Türkçe
sırayla

Her öğrenci sırayla diplomasını aldı. - Each student received his diploma in turn.

Hepinizi sırayla dinleyeceğim. - I'll hear all of you in turn.

o halde
(Havacılık) karşılık
-e gelince
sıra ile
kah ... kah
sırasıyla

Brezilya eyaletlere bölünmüştür ve bunlar sırasıyla belediyelere bölünmüştür - Brazil is partitioned into states, which in turn are partitioned into municipalities.

dönüşte
1. sıra ile; sırasıyla; nöbetleşe: Each charge was mowed down in turn by their deadly fire. Hücuma kalkan her grup onların öldürücü ateşiyle
in turns
sıra ile
in turns
dönüyor
İngilizce - İngilizce
One after the other; one at a time; in succession; successively

Eventually, each of the countries in turn would be brought to submission by the invading force.

Having a relationship sequentially comparable to one just mentioned; accordingly or similarly, with respect to sequence, precedence, or hierarchy.Kibbitzer 51, “In turn”

Mr. X leaked the secret to Mr. Y who in turn leaked it to Mr. Z.

In due order; in proper sequence; in a determined or measured sequence, as a waiting line or queue

The boy was next in turn to sit on Santa's lap.

In response; in return

The musical ambassadors finished their performance, and the local musicians in turn played for them a traditional ballad.

in proper order or sequence; "talked to each child in turn"; "the stable became in turn a chapel and then a movie theater"
in line, one by one, in order
A shot in which the handle of the stone is rotated across the body

For a right-handed thrower, an in-turn is clockwise, and the opposite for a lefty.

inturn
(Curling) An inward turn of the elbow and an outward turn of the hand made in delivering a stone
inturn
(Wrestling) The act of putting a leg between the thighs of an opponent and lifting him up
inturn
An inward turn or curve; spec. a turning in of the toes
in turn

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    în tırn

    Telaffuz

    /ən ˈtərn/ /ɪn ˈtɜrn/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'in, &n, &n ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German in in, Latin in, Greek en.

    Videolar

    ... We've got to turn off the TV set. ...
    ... every social media debate has a tendency to turn into a ...

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