listen

listen to the pronunciation of listen
İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} dinlemek

Müzik dinlemek çok eğlenceli. - It is a lot of fun to listen to music.

Linda müzik dinlemek için parka gitti. - Linda went to the park to listen to the music.

dinle

Dinledim fakat hiçbir şey duymadım. - I listened, but I didn't hear anything.

Kimse benim fikirlerimi dinlemek istemiyor. - No one wants to listen to my opinions.

{f} to -i dinlemek, -e kulak vermek
kulak verme

Baylar bayanlar, görüşüme kulak vermenizi istiyorum. - Ladies and gentlemen, I would like you to listen to my opinion.

O, öğretmene hiç kulak vermez. - He never listens to the teacher.

dinleme

Kimse benim fikirlerimi dinlemek istemiyor. - No one wants to listen to my opinions.

Çocuklar masal dinlemeyi sever. - The children love listening to stories.

baksana
kulak misafiri olmak
radyo dinlemek

Radyo dinlemek hoşuma gidiyor. - I like listening to the radio.

Radyo dinlemek ister misin? - Do you want to listen to the radio?

listening post düşman hattına yakın dinleme noktası
{f} kulak asmak
listen in başkasının konuşmasını dinlemek
dinlenmek
dinlemeli
listen to
dinlemek

Kimse benim fikirlerimi dinlemek istemiyor. - No one wants to listen to my opinions.

Sesi dinlemek için hoş. - Her voice is pleasant to listen to.

listener
dinleyici

Tom iyi bir dinleyicidir. - Tom is a good listener.

Sovyet Rusya'sında, radyo dinleyiciyi dinler! - In Soviet Russia, radio listens to the listener!

listening
{i} dinleme

Müzik dinlemek çok eğlenceli. - Listening to music is lots of fun.

Çocuklar masal dinlemeyi sever. - The children love listening to fairy tales.

listen to
dinle

Linda müzik dinlemek için parka gitti. - Linda went to the park to listen to music.

Kimse benim fikirlerimi dinlemek istemiyor. - No one wants to listen to my opinions.

listen to
(Fiili Deyim ) birini veya birşeyi dinlemek
listen in
kulak misafiri olmak
listen to advice
söz dinlemek
listen to advice
laf dinlemek
listen to reason
laf dinlemek
listen for
dikkat etmek
listen for
dinlemek
listen for
kulak vermek
listen in
radyo dinle
listen in
ünalgı dinlemek
listen out
kulak vermek
listen to music
Müzik dinlemek
listen up
Dikkatlice dinlemek, kulak vermek
listen before you talk
(deyim) iki dinle bir söyle
listen before you talk
(deyim) bin işit bir söyle
listen carefully
kulak vermek
listen complete
(Bilgisayar) dinleme tamamlandı
listen for
kulak kesilmek
listen in
başkasının konuşmasını dinlemek, kulak misafiri olmak
listen in
telefon dinlemek
listen in
telefonunu dinlemek
listen in
(Fiili Deyim ) 1- radyo(dan) dinlemek 2- kulak misafiri olmak
listen in to
radyo dinlemek
listen song
şarkı dinlemek
listen to reason
mantığa kulak vermek
listen to the complaint
şikayet dinlemek
listen to the teacher
öğretmeni dinlemek
listen to the teacher
dert dinlemek
listen up !
hepiniz dinleyin
listener
{i} dinleyen kimse
listen to
dinleme

Klasik müzik dinlemeyi severim. - I like to listen to classical music.

Sesi dinlemek için hoş. - Her voice is pleasant to listen to.

listen to
kulak vermek
listen up
beni dinle
listen up
dinle beni
listened
dinlenmek
listening
(Bilgisayar) dinliyor

O, odasında müzik dinliyordu. - He was listening to music in his room.

Ben bu grubu dinliyorum. - I'm listening to this band.

listening
{f} dinle

Müzik dinlemek çok eğlenceli. - Listening to music is lots of fun.

Çocuklar masal dinlemeyi sever. - The children love listening to fairy tales.

listening
{i} dinleyiş
transmit listen
gönder dinle
transmit listen cycle
gönder dinle süresi
Listened
dinledi
click here to listen to chapter one
birinci bölümü dinlemek için buraya tıklayınız
declined to listen, closed his ears
dinlemek için, reddetti kulakları kapalı
hear! listen!
duyuyorum! dinleyin!
listening
dinleyerek

Zamanımı radyo dinleyerek geçirdim. - I spent my time listening to the radio.

O radyo dinleyerek oturdu. - He sat listening to the radio.

pay attention and listen to me now
kulaklarını aç beni dinle
to listen
dinleyen
listening
(isim) dinleme
not want to listen
dinlemek istememek
transmit listen
gönder-dinle
transmit listen cycle
gönder-dinle süresi
İngilizce - İngilizce
To pay attention to a sound, to note

I like to listen to music.

To hear (something), to pay attention to something said

Lady, vouchsafe to listen what I say.

To wait for a sound, such as a signal

You should listen for the starting gun.

To accept or obey oral instruction

Good children listen to their parents.

{v} to hearken, hear, attend to, heed, mind
If you listen to someone who is talking or to a sound, you give your attention to them or it. He spent his time listening to the radio Sonia was not listening. + listener listeners lis·ten·er One or two listeners had fallen asleep while the President was speaking
hear with intention; "Listen to the sound of this cello" listen and pay attention; "Listen to your father"; "We must hear the expert before we make a decision
You say listen when you want someone to pay attention to you because you are going to say something important. Listen, I finish at one. = look. a listen an act of listening
If you listen for a sound, you keep alert and are ready to hear it if it occurs. We listen for footsteps approaching They're both asleep upstairs, but you don't mind listening just in case of trouble, do you? Listen out means the same as listen. I didn't really listen out for the lyrics
To give heed; to yield to advice; to follow admonition; to obey
listen and pay attention; "Listen to your father"; "We must hear the expert before we make a decision
pay close attention to; give heed to; "Heed the advice of the old men"
To attend to
To give close attention with the purpose of hearing; to give ear; to hearken; to attend
hear with intention; "Listen to the sound of this cello"
{f} try to hear something; pay careful attention to one who is speaking; obey, heed
If you listen to someone, you do what they advise you to do, or you believe them. Anne, you need to listen to me this time When I asked him to stop, he would not listen
listen and pay attention; "Listen to your father"; "We must hear the expert before we make a decision"
listen in
To eavesdrop; to listen secretly

You should close the door for conversations like that. You never know who might be listening in.

listen in
To listen without participating

We invite you to listen in to our radio broadcast.

listen up
To listen closely; to pay attention. Often used in the imperative

I'm only gonna say this once, so listen up.

listen in
If you listen in to a private conversation, you secretly listen to it. He assigned federal agents to listen in on Martin Luther King's phone calls. = eavesdrop
listen in
listen without the speaker's knowledge; "the jealous man was eavesdropping on his wife's conversations"
listen in
listen quietly, without contributing to the conversation listen without the speaker's knowledge; "the jealous man was eavesdropping on his wife's conversations
listen in
listen quietly, without contributing to the conversation
listen in
eavesdrop, listen to someone else's conversation
listened
Simple past tense and past participle of listen
listener
A function that runs in response to an event; an event handler
listener
Someone who listens, especially to a speech or a broadcast
listening
Present participle of listen
listening
Action of the verb to listen

You can learn a lot from grandparents by listening.

listener
{n} one who hearkens through curiosity
to listen
{v} hark!
To listen
lest
To listen
list

Tom loved singing. However, no one wanted to listen to him sing. - Tom loved singing. However, nobody wanted to listen to him sing.

You must listen to me. - You have to listen to me.

listened
past of listen
listener
In the JDK, a class that receives and handles events
listener
A special TCP/IP socket that is dedicated to "listening" for incoming TCP/IP connection requests at a specific port number
listener
When you "listen" to a course, or register without receiving credit or a grade, attendance is required but class participation is not
listener
(Advanced Security Administrator's Guide) [definition #2] (Data Guard Concepts and Administration) [definition #3] (Net Services Administrator's Guide) [definition #4] (Real Application Clusters Concepts) [definition #5] (Real Application Clusters Real Application Clusters Guard I - Concepts and Administration) [definition #6] (SNMP Support Reference Guide) [definition #7] (XML Developer's Kits Guide - XDK)
listener
[BSG] The user-ring program that loops reading a line of input from the user and submitting it to the command processor The listener, or "command level", is accessed via the switchable API cu_$cl (you can install your own listener), and is called whenever command level is "pushed" by an error (compare Unix behavior) as well as at process start-up Hence, one can investigate blowups with debuggers, or even change variables and type start ("%") Note that the job discipline is a stack, not a ring of equals as in Unix
listener
The portion of the Web Application Server that receives HTTP requests You can use the Oracle Web Application Server Manager to create multiple Web Listener processes and assign each to accept connections on a different set of ports
listener
Listeners are used by various Q classes The client code subclasses a particular listener, adds it to the Q object to subscribe to events on that interface and implements the required methods to handle the events See also: KeyboardListener, ApplicationListener, MouseListener P01, P02
listener
The component of PrinterOn Focus that communicates with the Internet Listener accepts print requests from the Internet For print requests to be delivered to a printer, Director is required
listener
The definition of who is a listener is based on a 'rule of dominance'    That is, if a person spends 8 minutes or more of a specified quarter-hour tuned to a particular radio station they are defined as a listener to that station for that entire quarter-hour
listener
someone who listens attentively
listener
A Propositional Theory can have any number of Listeners A Transition System can have any number of Listeners
listener
A listener is a person who listens to the radio or to a particular radio programme. I'm a regular listener to her show
listener
A user-created class that implements one of a set of listener interfaces, each of which receives one or more types of events generated by a job or task
listener
If you describe someone as a good listener, you mean that they listen carefully and sympathetically to you when you talk, for example about your problems. Dr Brian was a good listener If you can be a sympathetic listener, it may put your own problems in perspective. see also listen
listener
An interface designed to receive a specific type of event from a specific component
listener
An architectural element of the COM+ Queued Components service The listener is a COM object that opens the message queue associated with its host application and waits for messages to arrive As messages arrive, the listener dispatches threads that process messages See also COM+ Queued Components, message mover, player, recorder
listener
(SNMP Support Reference Guide)
listener
(Enterprise Manager SNMP Support Reference Guide; search in this book)
listener
The Oracle Listener is a process listening for incoming database connections This process is only needed on the database server side The listener is controlled via the "lsnrctl" utility Configuration is done via the LISTENER ORA file
listener
This is an object that you attach to a widget, for example, a button It listens for events that happen to that widget and contains code to take some action based on that event For example, the listener for a button on a GUI will contain code to do the work associated with that button when the user presses the GUI button In Java, listeners implement the public interface java util EventListener
listener
One who listens; a hearkener
listener
- The peer that awaits incoming connection requests
listener
{i} one who listens; one who hears; one who pays attention, attentive person
listener
A GPIB device that receives device dependent messages from a talker
listener
The server process that listens for and accepts incoming connection requests from client applications Oracle listener processes start up Oracle database processes to handle subsequent communications with the client
listener
The active window
listeners
plural of listener
listening
the act of hearing attentively; "you can learn a lot by just listening"; "they make good music--you should give them a hearing"
listening
{i} attempt hear something; act of paying careful attention to one who is speaking
listening
attending to or alert for sound; "be wary of listening ears"; "government-maintained listening posts
listening
Of something that listens, or is used in order to listen
listening
{s} of paying attention by hearing
listenings
plural of listening
listens
third-person singular of listen
refused to listen
declined to listen, closed his ears
listen

    Heceleme

    lis·ten

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    lîsın

    Zıt anlamlılar

    ignore, disobey, disregard, speak, talk

    Telaffuz

    /ˈləsən/ /ˈlɪsən/

    Etimoloji

    () From Middle English listnen, from Old English hlysnan, from Proto-Germanic *hlusinon (compare German lauschen), from Proto-Indo-European *ḱlew- (“to hear”). Akin to Old Irish rochluiniur 'I hear', Latin clueō (“I am famous”), Ancient Greek κλαίω (klaiō, “I make known, famous”), κλέος (kleos, “report, rumor, repute”), Old Armenian լամ (lam, “I cry, weep”), Albanian qaj, qanj (“to cry, weep”), Old Church Slavonic слути (sluti, “to speak clearly”), слѹшати (slušati, “to hear”), Lithuanian klausau 'to hear', Middle Persian (srod, “hearing, sound”), Sanskrit श्रु (śru, “to hear”). More at loud.

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