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İngilizce - Türkçe
ya da
conj. veya
(Askeri) harekat hazrlılığı; diğer rütbe(ler) (astsubay, erbaş ve erler) (NATO) (operational readiness; other rank(s) (NATO))
(isim) altın sarısı
{i} altın sarısı
bağ. veya, ya da, yahut; yoksa: one or two bir veya iki. Are you joking, or have you really taken offense? Şaka mı söylüyorsun, yoksa
bağlaç yahut
(bağlaç) veya, ya da, yahut, yoksa

Öteki takım bizi hafife aldı. - The other team took us lightly.

Al birini vur ötekine! - One's as bad as the other.


Akıllı insanlar başkalarının hatalarıyla kendi hatalarını düzeltirler. - By other's faults wise men correct their own.

Her şahıs tek başına veya başkalarıyla birlikte mal ve mülk sahibi olma hakkına sahiptir. - Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others.

or else
aksi takdirde
or else
aksi halde

Kauçuk botları giyin, aksi halde ayağınızı ıslatırsınız! - Put the rubber boots on, or else you will get your feet wet!

or else

Bana paranı ver yoksa seni döverim. - Give me your money or else I'll beat you up.

Adımına dikkat et, yoksa bagajda yoculuk yapacaksın. - Watch your step, or else you will trip on the baggage.

or else
(deyim) yoksa (ne yaparsın)
başka suretle
or else
or so

Ne kadar sıkı çalışırsan çalış, bir sene veya civarında İngilizcede uzmanlaşamazsın. - However hard you may study, you can't master English in a year or so.

Neden altı civarında uğramıyorsun? - Why don't you come over around six or so?

or so

Bir haftaya kadar iyileşeceksin. - You will get well in a week or so.

Ne kadar sıkı çalışırsan çalış, bir sene veya civarında İngilizcede uzmanlaşamazsın. - However hard you may study, you can't master English in a year or so.

or so

Yaklaşık yirmi dakika içinde döneceğim. - I'll be back in twenty minutes or so.

Ben yaklaşık bir saat içerisinde döneceğim. - I'll be back in an hour or so.

or so
veya şöyle

Tom'dan başkasının bunu almayı istemesi pek olası değil. - It's unlikely that anyone other than Tom would be interested in buying this.

Küçük kız, Emily'den başkasına asla gülümsemez. - The little girl never smiles at anyone other than Emily.


Onun iki kedisi var. Biri beyaz ve diğeri siyah. - She's got two cats. One's white and the other is black.

Bizim iki kedimiz var, biri beyaz, diğeri siyahtır. - We have two cats; one is white, and the other is black.

or to
baska türlü
or else
or else
yoksa: Go now or else you'll miss the train. Şimdi git, yoksa treni kaçıracaksın
or so
kadar, civarında, yaklaşık: It's twenty miles or so from here. Buradan yirmi mil kadar uzakta
or so

Neden parka falan gitmiyoruz? - Why don't we go to the park or something?

Sen bir polis falan mısın? - Are you a cop or something?

or so
or so
öyle bir şey
{s} geçen

Bu geçen gün kaybettiğim kalemin aynısı. - This is the same pencil that I lost the other day.

Geçen gün kameramı kaybettim. - I lost my camera the other day.

(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) lacan
{s} başka, diğer, öbür. zam. başkası, diğeri, öbürü
every other day gün aşırı
başka kimse

Tom'tan başka kimsenin onu yaptığını hiç görmedim. - I've never seen anyone other than Tom do that.

başka birisi
some day or other günün birinde
bir gün

Berberler binlerce yıldır yaşıyor ve başkaları bir gün bile hayatta kalamadı. - The Berbers have lived for thousands of years where others could not survive even one day.

Başkalarına iyilik etmek değerli bir harekettir; başkalarını incitmek bir günahtır. - To do good to others is a meritorious act; to hurt others is a sin.

(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) başkası sartre
bundan başka

Bundan başka boyutlarda var mı? - Do you have this in other sizes?

Bundan başka herhangi bir şey yapma. - Don't do anything other than this.

Türkçe - Türkçe
İngilizce - İngilizce
Orissa, a state of India
The binary operator inclusive or, true if one at least one of two inputs is true. In infix notation, it has values
A logical gate to implement inclusive or
Inclusive or; either one proposition or the other is true or both
Operations research
Olympic Record
Early (on)
Counts the elements before and after as two possibilities
Connects at least two words, phrases, clauses, etc. that each could make a sentence true. In English, this is the "inclusive or." The "exclusive or" is "either...or"

The sporophyte foot is also characteristic: it is very broad and more or less lenticular or disciform, as broad or broader than the calyptra stalk , and is sessile on the calyptra base.

Before; ere

Sey ye never so, seyde Sir Bors, for many tymys or this she hath bene wroth with you, and aftir that she was the firste that repented hit..

Of gold or yellow tincture on a coat of arms
Earlier, previously
{c} either
{n} gold in heraldry
A lexical symbol to implement inclusive or in a computer language
operating room
Oregon, a state of the United States of America
{i} male or female name (Hebrew)
Operational Requirement
You may ride either to London or to Windsor
The OR command allows several conditions to cause a transfer to the same output For example, OR is used to produce activation from either the left lever or right lever to produce a reinforcement Denoted by "!" and is always placed between two activated stimuli (e g , #R^RightLever ! #R^LeftLever: )
You use or no between two occurrences of the same noun in order to say that whether something is true or not makes no difference to a situation. The next day, rain or no rain, it was business as usual
Office of Research
A Boolean Operator OR is a word used between words to find documents containing either of the words For example: clinton or gore See also Boolean Logic, And,Not
emphasis You use or no or or not to emphasize that a particular thing makes no difference to what is going to happen. Chairman or no, if I want to stop the project, I can The first difficulty is that, old-fashioned or not, it is very good
between two terms indicates that either term would be acceptable This is usually good to use with closely synonymous terms, e g , cat OR feline
Logical union of two sets of values. There are two forms, an exclusive or and an inclusive or
the other of two things -- " either from right to left or from left to right " (78)
a room in a hospital equipped for the performance of surgical operations; "great care is taken to keep the operating rooms aseptic"
or else: see else or other: see other or so: see so or something: see something. A logical operator that returns a true value if one or both operators are true. Gold, represented in heraldic engraving by a white field sprinkled with small dots. the written abbreviation of Oregon
Organic reagents that are suitable for research applications
ou oou over sobre sòbre right à direita a diereita
In general -or is appended to words of Latin, and - er to those of English, origin
A Boolean operation which yields 1 if any of its operands is a 1
a logical operator that produces a true result if either or both of its operands are true, and a false result otherwise
A particle that marks an alternative; as, you may read or may write, that is, you may do one of the things at your pleasure, but not both
You use or to introduce something which is evidence for the truth of a statement you have just made. He must have thought Jane was worth it or he wouldn't have wasted time on her, I suppose. = otherwise
You use or to give another alternative, when the first alternative is introduced by `either' or `whether'. Items like bread, milk and meat were either unavailable or could be obtained only on the black market Either you can talk to him, or I will I don't know whether people will buy it or not
Or is commonly used metaphor for the Divine energy that generates and sustains the universe Ma'or, Ziv, He'arah
Evaluates args (which must be integral values) until an arg is true and then returns false false is returned if all args are false
conj. connecting two alternatives; indicating the result in the case of failure to do the preceding action; restating or clarifying the first item mentioned
1 The logical operator which has the property that A or B is true if either A is true or B is true
a reserved word used as a binary Boolean operator and in select statements 3 1, 3 4, A 1
A Boolean operator that broadens a search by incorporating synonyms or alternate terms For example, doctors or nurses would retrieve everything that mentions doctors in addition to everything that mentions nurses See also operators
You use or to introduce a comment which corrects or modifies what you have just said. The man was a fool, he thought, or at least incompetent There was nothing more he wanted, or so he thought
Odds ratio
The logical operator that combines two conditions when either one or both of the conditions can be true to retrieve a record
A logical operator that requires that if one of the relational operators it connects is true, or if both are true the whole statement will evaluate as true Only if both of the relational operators are false, will the statement evaluate as false
Yellow or gold color, represented in drawing or engraving by small dots
abbr Operator Recall
It corresponds to either
a state in northwestern United States on the Pacific
You use or to link two or more alternatives. `Tea or coffee?' John asked He said he would try to write or call as soon as he reached the Canary Islands Students are asked to take another course in English, or science, or mathematics
A noun suffix denoting an act; a state or quality; as in error, fervor, pallor, candor, etc
[Heraldry; French gold] gold colored and represented in engraving by a white surface covered with small dots
It often connects a series of words or propositions, presenting a choice of either; as, he may study law, or medicine, or divinity, or he may enter into trade
this operator is used to combine search terms as well, but will display results with only one of the terms rather than two or three
A connector/term used in searching databases which indicates that for two statements/rules/criteria all records satisfying either one statement/rule criterion or both statements; rules/criteria should be selected (DB, Gr 5)
allows you to include another search criteria in the search, but only one criteria must be present in the Case Details for it to appear in the Hitlist
If you say that someone should do something or something unpleasant will happen, you are warning them that if they do not do it, the unpleasant thing will happen. She had to have the operation, or she would die. = otherwise
Ere; before; sooner than
finger ork empty;  ~ kanning to empty, to vacate oRe(k) there oRekâ(n) up to there oResk there oReskâ(n) up to there oskâ(n) up to then ost expectation, hope;  ~ kanning to hope, to cherish a hope; to relay (on smb ), to confide (in smb ); to depend (on smb ) oxa(s) (also oxa(da)r) so much; so many a (â) b c d D e f g gh h i (î) j k l m n o p r s Back to Main page
It is correlative to - ee
The gold or yellow tincture on a coat of arms
You use or between two numbers to indicate that you are giving an approximate amount. Everyone benefited from limiting their intake of tea to just three or four cups a day Normally he asked questions, and had a humorous remark or two
A noun suffix denoting an agent or doer; as in auditor, one who hears; donor, one who gives; obligor, elevator

And if that I had nat had my prevy thoughtis to returne to youre love agayne as I do, I had sene as grete mysteryes as ever saw my sonne Sir Galahad other Percivale, other Sir Bors.

Tom celebrated his fortieth birthday the other day, without fanfare or trumpets. - Tom celebrated his fortieth the other day, without fanfare or trumpets.

Tom celebrated his fortieth the other day, without fanfare or trumpets. - Tom celebrated his fortieth birthday the other day, without fanfare or trumpets.

Oregon, as used in case citations
or else
otherwise or as an alternative
or else
no matter what (implies an unspecified threat)
or so
Roughly, approximately

It was about half full or so.

or else
or else
in place of, or as an alternative to; "Felix became a herpetologist instead"; "alternatively we could buy a used car"
or so
approximately, thereabout, more or less, give or take
or so
(of quantities) imprecise but fairly close to correct; "lasted approximately an hour"; "in just about a minute"; "he's about 30 years old"; "I've had about all I can stand"; "we meet about once a month"; "some forty people came"; "weighs around a hundred pounds"; "roughly $3,000"; "holds 3 gallons, more or less"; "20 or so people were at the party"