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İngilizce - Türkçe
bitişik

Tom oturma sırasında Mary'ye bitişik bir koltuk aldı. - Tom took a seat next to Mary on the bench.

O amcasına bitişik yaşadı. - He lived next to his uncle.

komşu
neredeyse

Mutfakta neredeyse hiçbir şeyimiz yoktu. - We had next to nothing in the kitchen.

Kitabı neredeyse bedava aldı. - She bought the book for next to nothing.

hemen yanında
yakınındaki
bitişiğinde

Çelik binanın bitişiğinde papatyalar var. - There are daisies next to the steel building.

-e yakın
hemen hemen
-e bitişik
hemen yanındaki
yanında

Evimin yanında birkaç dükkân var. - There are a few shops next to my house.

Temizlik, dindarlığın yanındadır. - Cleanliness is next to godliness.

-in yanında, -e bitişik; -in yakınındaki
yandırmak
next
sonraki

İtfaiye gelmeden yangın sonraki binaya yayıldı. - The fire had spread to the next building before the firemen came.

Sonraki durakta trenden ineceğim. - I'm getting off the train at the next stop.

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ardından

Ardından gelen şey bir gizemdi. - What happened next was a mystery.

Gitmemiz ya da kalmamız gerekip gerekmediği sorusu ardından gelir. - The question whether we should go or stay comes next.

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bitişik

Tom, bitişik odadaki ebeveynlerinin ne konuştuğunu duyup duyamayacağını anlamak için kulağını duvara dayadı. - Tom pressed his ear against the wall to see if he could hear what his parents were discussing in the next room.

Tom bitişikte yaşayan adamla geçinemiyor. - Tom doesn't get along with the man who lives next door.

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daha sonra

Onun daha sonra yaptığı benim için oldukça sürprizdi. - What he did next was quite a surprise to me.

Ben onun daha sonra ne zaman geleceğini bilmiyorum. - I am uncertain when he will come next.

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hemen sonra

Onu hemen sonra söyleyecektim. - I was going to say that next.

Heisei, Showa döneminden hemen sonradır. - Heisei is next after the Showa era.

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{s} ertesi

Tom ve Jane tartıştılar fakat ertesi sabah barıştılar. - Tom and Jane quarreled, but they made up the next morning.

Bir saat aldım ve ertesi gün onu kaybettim. - I bought a watch and I lost it the next day.

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bir sonraki

Tanıtım sırasında bir sonraki kişisin. - You are the next in line for promotion.

Bir sonraki adım barış anlaşmasının koşullarını görüşmekti. - The next step was to negotiate terms of a peace treaty.

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bundan soma
next
bir sonra

Bir sonraki rehberli tur saat kaçta? - When is the next guided tour?

Bir sonraki adım barış anlaşmasının koşullarını görüşmekti. - The next step was to negotiate terms of a peace treaty.

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bir dahaki

Bir dahaki sefere beni görmeye geldiğinde, sana kitabı göstereceğim - Next time you come to see me, I will show you the book.

Bir dahaki sefere saat onda, 1 Haziran'da, gelecek sene buluşacağız. - We'll meet next time at ten o'clock, June the first, next year.

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en yakın
next
en bitişik
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bundan sonra

Bundan sonra ne yapacağımı bilmiyorum. - I don't know what I'm going to do next.

Mesele bundan sonra ne yapmamız gerektiğidir. - What we should do next is the question.

next
ileri

İleride ne olacağını hiç kimse bilmiyor. - Nobody knows what will happen next.

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ardından gelen

Ardından gelen şey bir gizemdi. - What happened next was a mystery.

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bundan sonraki

Prens Charles bundan sonraki İngiliz kralı olacak. - Prince Charles will be the next British king.

Bundan sonraki cadde nedir? - What is the next street after this?

abeam
(Askeri) DİKLEMESİNE: Nispi olarak yaklaşık 090° veya 270°'lik kerteriz; bir aracın boy eksenine dik açıda olan; omurgaya dikey olarak; bordanın tam ortası hizasında
abeam
(denizcilik) apazlama
abeam
omurgaya dik olarak
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gelecek

Gelecek yıl yurtdişinda öğrenim yapmak istiyorum. - I want to study abroad next year.

Gelecek ayın sonunda on yıldır burada yaşamakta olacak. - He will have lived here for ten years by the end of next month.

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önümüzdeki

Önümüzdeki ayın başında Tokyo'ya varacak. - She will arrive in Tokyo at the beginning of next month.

Önümüzdeki ay keman çalmaya başlayalı beş yıl olacak. - Next month it'll be five years since he began playing the violin.

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{f} sonra

Sonraki durakta trenden ineceğim. - I'm getting off the train at the next stop.

İtfaiye gelmeden yangın sonraki binaya yayıldı. - The fire had spread to the next building before the firemen came.

be next to
yanında olmak
next
yanına

Tom konserde Mary'nin yanına oturdu. - Tom sat next to Mary at the concert.

O, otobüste onun yanına oturdu. - She sat next to him on the bus.

abeam
apazlama
abeam
omurgaya dikey olarak
abeam
omurgaya dik açıda
abeam
bordanın tam ortası hizasında
next
next of kin en yakın akraba
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bitişik komşu

Tom Mary'ye bitişik komşuya gitmesini ve komşunun yardıma ihtiyacı olup olmadığını anlamasını söyledi. - Tom told Mary to go next door and see if the neighbors needed any help.

O bizim bitişik komşumuz. - He is our next door neighbor.

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yanı başındaki
next
{s} gelecek: next year gelecek yıl. z
next
next door yanındaki ev
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adv.sonra: adj.sonraki,sonraki
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ondan sonra
next
{s} ertesi: the next day ertesi gün
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yanında

Onun yanında, ben bizim sınıfta en hızlı koşucuyum. - Next to him, I'm the fastest runner in our class.

Evimin yanında birkaç dükkân var. - There are a few shops next to my house.

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hemen hemen
next
yanısıra
next
neredeyse

Mutfakta neredeyse hiçbir şeyimiz yoktu. - We had next to nothing in the kitchen.

İkizler o kadar benziyorlar ki birini diğerinden ayırt etmek neredeyse imkansız. - The twins look so much alike it's next to impossible to distinguish one from the other.

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sıradaki
next
{s} bir sonraki, sonraki: the next street bir sonraki sokak
İngilizce - İngilizce
Almost; nearly

It is next to impossible to get him to admit it, but writes very well.

Beside; alongside

Do you mind if I sit next to you?.

Immediately following or preceding in a sequence; just subsequent or previous

When you start the next to the last roll, get some more paper.

{e} beside, near, by
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Nearest following (of date, time, space or order)

The next week is full.

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Closest to seven days (one week) in advance

The party is next Tuesday; that is, not this Tuesday, but nine days from now.

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The one that follows after this one

Next, please, don't hold up the queue!.

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Following in a sequence
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In a time, place or sequence closest or following

Next, we stripped off the old paint.

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The one immediately following the current or most recent one

I'll know better next time.

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On the side of; next to
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On the first subsequent occasion

When we next meet, you'll be married.

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Being closer to the present location than all other items
next to.
abeam

She came abeam the crippled ship.

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table of contents
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previous
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When you next do something, you do it for the first time since you last did it. I next saw him at his house in Berkshire When we next met, he was much more jovial
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The thing that happens next is the thing that happens immediately after something else. Next, close your eyes then screw them up tight I don't know what to do next The news is next
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Nearest in place; having no similar object intervening
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You use next to before a negative, or a word that suggests something negative, to mean almost, but not completely. Johnson still knew next to nothing about tobacco Most pre-prepared weight loss products are next to useless. = virtually
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Near End Cross Talk
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Near End CrossTalk The unwanted noise coupled into a device's receive circuit from its transmit circuit
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at the time or occasion immediately following; "next the doctor examined his back"
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If one thing is next to another thing, it is at the other side of it. She sat down next to him on the sofa. at the southern end of the Gaza Strip next to the Egyptian border The car was parked in the small weedy lot next to the hotel. = beside
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Nearest in degree, quality, rank, right, or relation; as, the next heir was an infant
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This Takes you to the Next permit issued in the county / township
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Near End CrossTalk: the interference between pairs of lines at the telephone switch end
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Enables paging to the next available screen When specifying items in a Purchase Request, brings up a new Item Information Screen to be used to describe the next item to be specified Accessible from: the Item Information, Status of Requisitions, Review of Purchase Request, and Cosignature Requisitions screens
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emphasis If you say that you do something or experience something as much as the next person, you mean that you are no different from anyone else in the respect mentioned. I'm as ambitious as the next man. I'd like to manage at the very highest level
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afterwards; at the nearest time in the future
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You use next in expressions such as next Friday, next day and next year to refer, for example, to the first Friday, day, or year that comes after the present or previous one. Let's plan a big night next week He retires next January Next day the EU summit strengthened their ultimatum. Next is also an adjective. I shall be 26 years old on Friday next. Next is also a pronoun. He predicted that the region's economy would grow by about six per cent both this year and next
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You use next to say that something has more of a particular quality than all other things except one. For example, the thing that is next best is the one that is the best except for one other thing. The one thing he didn't have was a son. I think he's felt that a grandson is the next best thing At least three times more daffodils are grown than in Holland, the next largest grower. = second
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Near End Crosstalk
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The Unix workstation manufactuered for several years by NeXT, designed to run the MACH operating system, NeXTSTEP
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nearest
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Nearest in time; as, the next day or hour
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Near-End Crosstalk Interference that transfers from the transmit side of a circuit to the receive side of the same circuit It is measured at the transmit or "near" end
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You use next to in order to give the most important aspect of something when comparing it with another aspect. Her children were the number two priority in her life next to her career = after
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You use after next in expressions such as the week after next to refer to a period of time after the next one. For example, when it is May, the month after next is July. the party's annual conference, to be held in Bournemouth the week after next
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Near-end crosstalk
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A brief promotional item (usually approx "10 duration) that is scheduled at the end of one programme and encourages the viewers to watch the next one
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Near-End Cross-Talk
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The next period of time, event, person, or thing is the one that comes immediately after the present one or after the previous one. I got up early the next morning. the next available flight Who will be the next prime minister? I want my next child born at home Many senior citizens have very few visitors from one week to the next
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at the time or occasion immediately following; "next the doctor examined his back
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Adjoining in a series; immediately preceding or following in order
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Near End Crosstalk: Equipment that must concurrently receive on one wire pair and transmit on another wire pair in the same cable bundle must accommodate NEXT interference NEXT is the portion of the transmitted signal that leaks into the receive pair Since at this point on the link the transmitted signal is at maximum and the receive signal has been attenuated, it may be difficult to maintain an acceptable ACR with the received signal if the cable media allows large amounts of crosstalk leakage to occur Foiled or shielded cables generally have less crosstalk than unshielded varieties
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multiuser Unix Workstation manufactured by NeXT corporation that runs the NeXTSTEP operating system (NeXT Turbo)
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The next place or person is the one that is nearest to you or that is the first one that you come to. Grace sighed so heavily that Trish could hear it in the next room The man in the next chair was asleep Stop at the next corner. I'm getting out
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-the button you will click to go to the next step in your search
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(of elected officers) elected but not yet serving; "our next president"
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In the time, place, or order nearest or immediately succeeding; as, this man follows next
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{s} following; closest
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Near-end Crosstalk Interference between pairs of lines at the telephone switch end
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Originally a Unix-based workstation from NeXT Inc using a 24MHz Motorola 68040 processor, a high-resolution color display, stereo sound, and an erasable optical disk
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Near End CrossTalk Crosstalk in which the interfering signal is traveling in the opposite direction as the desired signal
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nearest in space or position; immediately adjoining without intervening space; "had adjacent rooms"; "in the next room"; "the person sitting next to me"; "our rooms were side by side"
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Near-end Crosstalk: Interference between pairs of lines at the telephone switch end
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{a} nearest in place
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Near-end Crosstalk Interference between pairs of lines at the telephone switch end NID Network Interface Device A device that terminates copper pair from the serving central office at the user's destination and which is typically located outside that location
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{a} in the next place
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immediately following in time or order; "the following day"; "next in line"; "the next president"; "the next item on the list"
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Nearest date, time, space, or order
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    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    neks tı

    Telaffuz

    /ˈneks tə/ /ˈnɛks tə/

    Etimoloji

    [ nekst ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English nIehst, superlative of nEah nigh; more at NIGH.

    Videolar

    ... said it's right next to Frances. ...
    ... Maybe if I dance next to this guy, he'll recognize his urge ...

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