linger

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} oyalanmak
{f} (gitmesi gerekirken) kalmak, ayrılamamak
{f} durmak
{f} geçmişte kalmak
(ağrı) kolayca geçmemek
kalmak (gitmesi gerekirken)
(on/over ile) gitmemek
takılıp kalmak
{f} uzamak
oyalan

O, okul bittikten sonra sınıfta oyalandı. - He lingered in the classroom after school was over.

Niçin oyalanıyorsun? Acele et ve git. - What are you lingering for? Hurry up and go.

sürüp gitmek
yubanmak
(ağrı/vb.) kolay kolay geçmemek
gitme vaktini uzatmak
{f} ayrılamamak
uzun zaman can çekişmek
kolayca ölmemek
{f} geçmek bilmemek
lingeringlyayrılmayarak
{f} on kolay kolay geçmemek
gitmemek
{f} can çekişmek
kal/gecik/oyalan
gecikmek
gecikerek
sallanmak
linger around
Bkz. linger
linger on
üzerinde oyalanmak
linger over
Bir iş üzerinde çok vakit harcamak
linger in memories
hafızalardaki yerini korumak
linger in one's nostrils
burnunun direğini sızlatmak
linger on
kolay kolay geçmemek
lingering
yavaş ilerleyen
lingering
yavaş
lingering
ayrılamayan
lingering
can çekişmek
lingering
durmak
lingering
oyalanma
lingering
ayrılamamak
lingering
uzamak
lingering
geçmişte kalmak
lingering
oyalanmak
lingering
geçmek bilmemek
lingerer
geciken
lingering
çok yavaş
lingering
hasretli
lingering
kalıcı
lingering
duran
lingering
{f} oyalan

Niçin oyalanıyorsun? Acele et ve git. - What are you lingering for? Hurry up and go.

lingering
{i} geçmeyen
leave slowly and hesitantly
yavaş ve tereddütle ayrılmak
lingering
duraksama süresi
lingering
oyalanarak
lingering
kal/gecik/oyalan
to linger
dinlenmeye
lingering
duraksama süresi,n.geçmeyen: v.oyalan: prep.oyalanar
lingering
uzayan
lingeringly
uzayarak
İngilizce - İngilizce
To stay or remain

I like to linger in my garden after I have finished working there.

{v} to droop, loiter, hesitate, protract
leave slowly and hesitantly
be about; "The high school students like to loiter in the Central Square"; "Who is this man that is hanging around the department?"
take one's time; proceed slowly
move to and fro; "The shy student lingered in the corner"
take one's time; proceed slowly remain present although waning or gradually dying; "Her perfume lingered on
{f} stay longer than usual, tarry; delay; persist, remain; be slow in dying; move slowly
To protract; to draw out
To spend or pass in a lingering manner; with out; as, to linger out one's days on a sick bed
When something such as an idea, feeling, or illness lingers, it continues to exist for a long time, often much longer than expected. The scent of her perfume lingered on in the room He was ashamed. That feeling lingered, and he was never comfortable in church after that He would rather be killed in a race than die a lingering death in hospital
If you linger somewhere, you stay there for a longer time than is necessary, for example because you are enjoying yourself. Customers are welcome to linger over coffee until around midnight It is a dreary little town where few would choose to linger
remain present although waning or gradually dying; "Her perfume lingered on"
To delay; to loiter; to remain or wait long; to be slow or reluctant in parting or moving; to be slow in deciding; to be in suspense; to hesitate
linger on
Be slow to disappear or die
linger over
Spend a long time over
lingered
Simple past tense and past participle of linger
lingerer
Agent noun of linger; one who lingers
lingeringly
In a lingering manner, persistingly, tending to remain
lingeringly
{a} tediously, slowly, with delay
lingered
past of linger
lingerer
{i} person who is reluctant to leave; person who delays, dawdler; person who prolongs
lingerer
One who lingers
lingering
Drawn out in time; remaining long; protracted; as, a lingering disease
lingering
Used to describe the flavor and persistence of flavor in a wine after tasting When the aftertaste remains on the palate for several seconds, it is said to be lingering
lingering
The aftertaste of a wine If it lasts for a decent length of time it is said to be lingering
lingering
the act of tarrying
lingering
Delaying
lingering
continuing to exist for longer than usual or desirable lingering doubts/suspicions etc
lingering
continuing for a long time; "a lingering sense of guilt"
lingering
Used to describe the flavour and persistence of flavour in a wine after tasting When the aftertaste remains on the palate for several seconds, it is said to be lingering
lingering
{s} continuous, prolonged(especially of an illness); enduring, persisting, remaining alive; remaining in one place; meditating, contemplating; walking slowly
lingeringly
With delay; slowly; tediously
lingeringly
in a slow, leisurely or prolonged way; "her voice was swift, yet ever the last words fell lingeringly" -Rossetti
lingeringly
in a slow, leisurely or prolonged way; "her voice was swift, yet ever the last words fell lingeringly"
lingeringly
-Rossetti
lingeringly
in a lingering manner
lingers
third-person singular of linger
linger