mend

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İngilizce - Türkçe
tamir etmek

Onu tamir etmek birkaç saatimi aldı. - It took me several hours to mend it.

onarmak

Onarmak için asla çok geç değil. - It is never too late to mend.

Bu saati onarmak istiyorum. - I want to mend this watch.

{i} tamir

Ayakkabılarının tamir edilmesi gerekiyor. - Your shoes want mending.

Tom'a ayakkabılarımı tamir ettirdim. - I got Tom to mend my shoes.

iyileş/ıslah et/onar
{i} onarım

Bu yeni ayakkabılar şimdiden onarım istiyor. - These new shoes already want mending.

Çoraplarımın onarıma ihtiyacı var. - My socks are in need of mending.

{f} düzeltmek
tamir olunmuş on the mend iyileşmekte
dikmek
{f} onar

Bu yeni ayakkabılar şimdiden onarım istiyor. - These new shoes already want mending.

Hiç halılarını onardın mı? - Have you ever mended your carpets?

onarılan yer ya da şey
düzelen
iyileştirmek
tamır etmek
düzelmek
yamamak
(yırtık/sökük/vb.) dikmek
iyileşmek
onar(mak)
gelişen
{i} onarılmış yer
onar,v.onar: n.tamir
Mend your ways Davranışlarına d
yama/onarılan yer
yapmak
mend one's fences
arayı yapmak
mend one's ways
davranış şeklini düzeltmek
Mend your ways
Davranışlarına dikkat et
mend matters
durumu düzeltmek
mend one's fence
(Politika, Siyaset) açık kapı bırakmamak
mend one's ways
(deyim) davranisini ,tavrini duzeltmek
mend your ways
hareketlerini düzelt
be on the mend
(hasta) iyileşmek
mending
(isim) tamir
mending
gözeme
mending
tamir

Ayakkabılarının tamir edilmesi gerekiyor. - Your shoes want mending.

Mary halıyı tamir ediyor. - Mary is mending the carpet.

mending
{f} onar

Bu yeni ayakkabılar şimdiden onarım istiyor. - These new shoes already want mending.

Çoraplarımın onarıma ihtiyacı var. - My socks are in need of mending.

on the mend
iyileşen
mended
onarmış olmak
mending
onararak
to mend
onarmak için
mending
iyileş/ıslah et/onar
mending
dikilecek eşya/dikiş
on the mend
düzelen
on the mend
(deyim) iyilesmekte
on the mend
düzeliyor
on the mend
düzelmekte
Türkçe - Türkçe
(Osmanlı Dönemi) f. Kelimelerin sonuna getirilerek "sahip" mânasına edattır
İngilizce - İngilizce
To help, to advance, to further; to add to
To grow better; to advance to a better state; to become improved
The act of mending
To alter for the better; to set right; to reform; hence, to quicken; as, to mend one's manners or pace
A place, as in clothing, which has been repaired by mending
To repair, as anything that is torn, broken, defaced, decayed, or the like; to restore from partial decay, injury, or defacement; to patch up; to put in shape or order again; to re-create; as, to mend a garment or a machine
{v} to repair, improve, grow better, alter
If you are on the mend after an illness or injury, you are recovering from it. The baby had been poorly but seemed on the mend
If a relationship or situation is on the mend after a difficult or unsuccessful period, it is improving. More evidence that the economy was on the mend was needed
If a person or a part of their body mends or is mended, they get better after they have been ill or have had an injury. I'm feeling a good bit better. The cut aches, but it's mending He must have a major operation on his knee to mend severed ligaments
restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken; "She repaired her TV set"; "Repair my shoes please"
If you mend something that is broken or not working, you repair it, so that it works properly or can be used. They took a long time to mend the roof I should have had the catch mended, but never got round to it. = repair, fix
sewing or darning that repairs a worn or torn hole (especially in a garment); "her stockings had several mends" heal or recover; "My broken leg is mending
The act of repositioning the fly line on the water in order to achieve a drag-free drift, control the action of the fly in the water or control the depth of the fly in the water column
sewing or darning that repairs a worn or torn hole (especially in a garment); "her stockings had several mends"
If you try to mend divisions between people, you try to end the disagreements or quarrels between them. He sent Evans as his personal envoy to discuss ways to mend relations between the two countries = heal
{i} reform; repair; act of repairing; state of healing or improvement
If someone who has been behaving badly mends their ways, they begin to behave well. He has promised drastic disciplinary action if they do not mend their ways
{f} repair; improve; be improved; recuperate (from an illness)
An independent charitable organisation that provides residential and nursing care for people with mental health problems or learning disabilities
To alter for the better; to set right; to reform; hence, to quicken; as, to mend ones manners or pace
1 To unfurl an improperly furled sail; 2 To rebend a sail to the boom
the act of putting something in working order again
to mend fences: see fence
heal or recover; "My broken leg is mending
heal or recover; "My broken leg is mending"
mend fences
to repair damage to a friendship or relationship after a disagreement or other mishap

I don't think he was very happy with my work, so I'm going to talk to him and try to mend fences.

mend one's pace
To speed up, travel faster; also, to adjust one's speed to match that of a companion

The hurt nigger moaned feebly somewhere near by, and then fetched a deep sigh that made me mend my pace away from there.

mend one's ways
To recognise one's failings and attempt to remedy them
mend matters
settle affairs, improve a situation
mend one's pace
accelerate one's pace, speed up, start to move faster
mend one's ways
{f} correct one's past errors, behave in a new and improved manner
mend the rift
sew the tear, patch together the torn parts
mend your ways
correct your past errors, behave in a new and improved manner
it's never too late to mend
You’re never too old to change your ways. Learning is always possible
make do and mend
A philosophy, during World War II, of repairing clothes etc that would normally be discarded due to shortages and rationing

The 'make do and mend' campaign was the Board of Trade's central propaganda effort directed at housewives. It gave advice on preservation, renovation, and repair of clothing and other household goods.

mends
Third person singular simple present of to mend
mends
plural form of mend
on the mend
Healing or recovering, as from an injury or illness

My foot is on the mend but it still hurts to walk.

on the mend
Improving or undergoing restoration to a previous, more favorable condition

Our marriage went through a difficult time, but now it is on the mend.

mender
{n} one who mends, one who improves
mended
past of mend
mended
{s} fixed, repaired; recovered, healed
mender
someone who repairs something
mender
{i} fixer, repairer, one who mends
mender
One who mends or repairs
mender
a traveling repairman who mends broken things (such as metal household utensils)
mender
The skilled sewing machine operator who stitches embroidery to repair misses, broken needles or defective areas caused while the machine continued to operate
mender
a fitting or device used to join two sections of hose
mender
A person who mends
mending
To remedy or fix damaged, defaced, or torn fabric
mending
garments that must be repaired
mending
Technique used to reposition the fly line on the water, accomplished by flipping the rod tip in a rolling motion It also reduces drag on the fly
mending
Mending is the sewing and repairing of clothes that have got holes in them. Who will then do the cooking, the washing, the mending? see also mend. clothes that need to be repaired
mending
skilled women’s work that reconstructs the pattern in defective or damaged woolen or worsted cloth
mending
the act of putting something in working order again
mending
present participle of mend
mends
plural of mend
on the mend
recovering, getting better, healing
mend