ken

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} bilmek
görüş açısı
{f} bil

Ken gelecek defa ne söyleyeceğini bilmiyordu. - Ken didn't know what to say next.

Ken her şeyi biliyormuş gibi konuşur. - Ken talks as if he knew everything.

bilgi alanı
görüş alanı

Ken'in adı çıkmış köpeğinin nerede olduğu Tom'un görüş alanının çok ötesinde bir sorun. - The whereabouts of Ken's notorious dog is an issue well beyond Ken's ken.

{f} İskoç. bilmek, anlamak, tanımak
{f} tanımak
anlamak
kenning
iz
kenning
"deniz' yerine "balina yolu' gibi
kenning
eski Germen şiirinde her hangi bir şeyin yerine kullanılan metafor
kenned
bilinen
kenning
{f} bil
kenning
{i} bilme
get out of so.'s ken
out of öyle olsun. 'ken s
kenning
bilerek
someone's ken
bir kişinin bilgi alanı
be beyond one's ken
(birinin) hiç bilmediği bir şey olmak
be beyond one's ken
aklı ermemek
kenning
İskoç çok küçük miktar
kenning
farketme
kenning
işaret
within my ken
gözümün seçebildiği yerde
within my ken
bildiklerim arasında
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. "Kazan, kazıcı, koparan, yıkan, söken." anlamlarına gelir ve kelimelere katılır. Meselâ: (Kuh-ken: Dağ deviren, tünel açan) gibi
Ekilmeden dinlendirilmeye bırakılmış tarla
Dört köşesi düzeltilmiş uzun ağaç
Bir Vietnam çalgısı
KEN'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Alçaklık yapmak
KEN'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Cem'etmek, toplamak
KEN'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Mülâyemet
KEN'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Firar, kaçmak
KEN'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (C.: Kün'ân) Tilki eniği
KEN'
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Yakın olmak
KEN'AD
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (C.: Kenâıd) Balık kılçığı
KEN'AN
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Filistin. Hz. Yâkub'un (A.S.) memleketi
KEN'AT
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Bir balık cinsi
KENS
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Süpürge ile süpürme
kent
Pokerde, sırayla birbirini izleyen değişik renkten beş karta verilen ad
kent
Site
kent
Şehir

Orası Amerika'daki en belalı şehir. - Amerika'daki en tehlikeli kenttir.

Biz güzel bir şehirde yaşıyoruz. - Güzel bir kentte yaşıyoruz.

kent
Şehir: "Paris gibi bir kentte, bu hatırlamalar, karamsarlığa sürükler insanı."- N. Cumalı
İngilizce - İngilizce
A diminutive of the male given name Kenneth
Range of sight
To discover by sight; to catch sight of; to descry

I proposed to the Mariners, that it would be of great benefit in Navigation to make use of upon the round-top of a ship, to discover and kenne Vessels afar off.

Knowledge or perception
To know, perceive or understand
{n} a view, reach of the sight, knowledge
{v} to see or discover at a distance, to know
{i} male first name (form of Kenneth); family name
a diminutive of Kenneth
If something is beyond your ken, you do not have enough knowledge to be able to understand it. The subject matter was so technical as to be beyond the ken of the average layman. Kentucky. beyond your ken if something is beyond your ken, you have no knowledge or understanding of it (ken (13-21 centuries), from cennan and kenna ). Griffey Ken Kesey Ken Elton Saro Wiwa Ken
Sword
to know
one which is a resort for thieves
To look around
{f} know; perceive, comprehend, understand; conceive, grasp
Sword with a blade on both sides, also known as a tsurugi
the range of vision; "out of sight of land"
To know; to understand; to take cognizance of
range of what one can know or understand; "beyond my ken"
A house; esp
Cognizance; view; especially, reach of sight or knowledge
CPE ken EN can
The Mountain Trigram with direction northeast and number 8
Japanese sword
mountain (eight triagrams)
(ken) Japanese sword
To recognize; to descry; to discern
Double edged, straight sword
fist
One of the eight trigrams Symbolizes Mountain on the Pakua Keeping Still
know
{i} knowledge, understanding, perception; awareness, consciousness; area of knowledge; field of vision
to know (somebody or something)
yes
Ken Burns
born July 27, 1953, Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S. U.S. documentary filmmaker. He founded his own production company in 1975 and made such documentary films as Brooklyn Bridge (1981), The Shakers (1984), The Statue of Liberty (1985), and The Congress (1988). His acclaimed series The Civil War (1990), televised on PBS, won numerous filmmaking and history awards. His later television documentaries include Baseball (1994), Lewis and Clark (1997), Frank Lloyd Wright (1998), and Jazz (2001)
Ken Dryden
{i} (born 1947) Canadian former NHL hockey star player who was elected to Hockey Hall of Fame in 1983
Ken Elton Kesey
born Sept. 17, 1935, La Junta, Colo., U.S. died Nov
Ken Elton Kesey
2001, Eugene, Ore. U.S. writer. He attended Stanford University and later served as an experimental subject and aide in a hospital, an experience that led to his novel One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest (1962; film, 1975), which in the U.S. became one of the most widely read books of the 1960s. It was followed by Sometimes a Great Notion (1964) and several works of nonfiction that detailed Kesey's transformation from novelist to guru of the hippie generation. They recount psychedelic, fancy-free travels on a brightly painted bus with a group of friends, relatives, and fans who called themselves the Merry Pranksters. Their story is recounted in Tom Wolfe's Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test (1968), itself a minor classic of the era
Ken Griffey
orig. George Kenneth Griffey, Jr. born Nov. 21, 1969, Donora, Pa., U.S. U.S. baseball player. Griffey began his professional career in 1987. As a left-handed centre fielder for the Seattle Mariners from 1989, he averaged .300 or better in hitting in seven of his first nine seasons and hit 40 or more home runs in four of those seasons, reaching 56 in 1997 and 1998. His father, Ken Griffey, Sr. (b. April 10, 1950, Donora), was also an outstanding professional baseball player
Ken Kesey
{i} (1935-2001) U.S. author who wrote "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Ken Kesey
2001, Eugene, Ore. U.S. writer. He attended Stanford University and later served as an experimental subject and aide in a hospital, an experience that led to his novel One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest (1962; film, 1975), which in the U.S. became one of the most widely read books of the 1960s. It was followed by Sometimes a Great Notion (1964) and several works of nonfiction that detailed Kesey's transformation from novelist to guru of the hippie generation. They recount psychedelic, fancy-free travels on a brightly painted bus with a group of friends, relatives, and fans who called themselves the Merry Pranksters. Their story is recounted in Tom Wolfe's Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test (1968), itself a minor classic of the era
Ken Kesey
born Sept. 17, 1935, La Junta, Colo., U.S. died Nov
Ken Rosewall
born Nov. 2, 1934, Sydney, Austl. Australian tennis player. He won his first major titles, the Wimbledon men's doubles and the French singles, in 1956. He remained a top competitor for 25 years, winning 18 grand-slam titles. His last major victory came in 1973 when he was part of the Australian Davis Cup team
Ken Saro-Wiwa
orig. Kenule Beeson Saro-Wiwa born Oct. 10, 1941, Bori, near Port Harcourt, Nigeria died Nov. 10, 1995, Port Harcourt Nigerian writer and activist. He taught at the University of Lagos and held government office before turning to writing. His first novels were Songs in a Time of War and Sozaboy (both 1985); his television series Basi and Company satirized the Nigerian desire to get rich with little effort. He also wrote poetry, children's stories, and a newspaper column. His support of the Ogoni people against the oil industry put him at odds with the government; he was spuriously charged with four murders and executed despite worldwide protest
Kent
A male given name transferred from the surname; of mostly American usage, but never popular
Kent
A maritime county in the southeast of England bordered by Sussex, Surrey, London, the North Sea and the English Channel
Kent
A surname derived from the place name
beyond one's ken
Beyond one’s knowledge or understanding
kenning
Present participle of ken
kenning
A metaphorical phrase used in Germanic poetry (especially Old English or Old Norse) whereby a simple thing is described in an allusive way, such as ‘whale road’ for ‘sea’, or ‘enemy of the mast’ for ‘wind’
kenning
Sight; view; a distant view at sea
kenning
Range or extent of vision, especially at sea; a marine measure of approximately twenty miles
kenning
The tread of an egg; cicatricula
kenning
As little as one can recognise or discriminate; a small portion; a little

put in a kenning of salt.

kenning
A metaphorical phrase used in Germanic poetry (especially Old English or Old Norse) whereby a simple thing is described in an allusive way, such as 'whale road' for 'sea', or 'enemy of the mast' for 'wind'
Kent
{i} county in England; male first name
Kent
transferred from the surname; of mostly American usage, but never popular
Kent
American artist noted for his stark woodcuts, which illustrated published accounts of his travels and special editions of classic literary works. A past tense and a past participle of ken. a county in southeast England, sometimes called the 'Garden of England' because of the fruit and vegetables it produces. Administrative (pop., 2001: 1,329,653), geographic, and historic county, southeastern England. It lies along the English Channel. The Romans ruled the area from AD 43, using Canterbury as a base. It was invaded by Jutes and Saxons in the 5th century and became one of the kingdoms of Anglo-Saxon Britain. The king of Kent welcomed St. Augustine's Christian mission in 597; St. Thomas Becket was murdered in Canterbury cathedral in 1170. It has long been known as the "Garden of England," and such crops as apples, cherries, barley, and wheat are widely grown. Kent James Kent Rockwell Earl of Kent
kenned
past of ken
kenning
replacement of a common noun by a colorful compound "Information superhighway" instead of "Internet "
kenning
conventional metaphoric name for something, used especially in Old English and Old Norse poetry
kenning
a compound word in Old English poetry that replaces the usual name for something, often involving metonymy
kenning
The limit of vision at sea, being a distance of about twenty miles
kenning
Glamourous sight, which sees Glamourous forms
kenning
Range of sight
kens
third-person singular of ken
kens
plural of ken
kent
a county in southeastern England on the English Channel; the first to be colonized by the Romans
kent
a county in southeastern England on the English Channel; the first to be colonized by the Romans United States painter noted for his woodcuts (1882-1971)
kent
United States painter noted for his woodcuts (1882-1971)
kent
past of ken
Türkçe - İngilizce

ken teriminin Türkçe İngilizce sözlükte anlamı

kent
city

My office is in the central area of the city. - Ofisim kentin merkezinde.

The austerity measures that many city governments have implemented are hugely unpopular. - Pek çok kent yöneticilerinin uyguladığı kemer sıkma politikası son derece sevimsizdir.

kent
urban

I've finally got used to urban life. - Sonunda kent yaşamına alıştım.

Gas emissions cause serious pollution in urban areas. - Kentsel alanlardaki gaz salınımı ciddi kirliliğe neden oluyor.

kent
town

The town was defended by a large army. - Kent, büyük bir ordu tarafından savunuldu.

He walked around to see the town. - Kenti tanımak için çevrede dolaştı.

-ken
as
-ken
while
-ken
when
-ken
in
kent
dam

Urban sprawl is environmentally damaging. - Kentsel yayılım çevresel olarak zarar verir.

kent
place

The city has a wonderful place to walk with children. - Kentin, çocuklarla yürümek için harika bir yeri vardır.

There are a number of places to see in this city. - Bu kentte görülecek çok sayıda yer var.

kent
layout
-ken
whereas
kent
york

Singapore is a nation smaller than New York City. - Singapur, New York kentinden daha küçük bir ulustur.

New York City has five boroughs. - New York kentinin beş tane ilçesi vardır.

kent
{i} straight
kent
{s} civic
kent
{i} borough

New York City has five boroughs. - New York kentinin beş tane ilçesi vardır.

kent
city; civic
ken

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    ken

    Telaffuz

    /ˈken/ /ˈkɛn/

    Etimoloji

    [ ken ] (verb.) 13th century. Northern and Scottish dialects from Old English cennan (“make known, declare, acknowledge”) originally “make to know”, causative of cunnan (“to become acquainted with, to know”), from Old Norse kenna (“know, perceive”), from Proto-Germanic *kannijanan, causative of Proto-Germanic *kunnanan (“be able”). Cognate to German kennen (“to know, be acquainted with someone/something”). The noun meaning “range of sight” is a nautical abbreviation of present participle kenning.

    Zamanlar

    kens, kenning, kenned

    Videolar

    ... KEN LIU: That's all right. ...
    ... KEN LIU: I'm going to win. ...

    Günün kelimesi

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