listen to the pronunciation of pray
İngilizce - Türkçe
dua etmek

Dua etmek için hepimiz diz çöktük. - We all knelt down to pray.

Dua etmek için dizlerinin üstüne çöktü. - She went down on her knees to pray.


Hepimiz Japonya için dua ediyoruz. - We are all praying for Japan.

Tom kırk yılda bir Tanrı'ya dua eder. - Tom prays to God once in a blue moon.

{f} namaz kılmak
dua okumak

Leyla yalvarmaya başladı. - Layla started praying.

dua et

Biz dua etmek için diz çöktük. - We knelt down to pray.

Tom yardım için Tanrı'ya dua etti. - Tom prayed to God for help.

{f} ibadet etmek
{f} rica etmek
{f} yalvarmak
{f} af dilemek

Leyla af dilemek için dua etti. - Layla prayed for forgiveness.

pray for rain
yağmur duası etmek
pray for
için dua
pray upon
bir şey için dua etmek
pray to god
allaha dua etmek
namaz kılma
to pray
dua to
choquette and pray classification
choquette ve pray sınıflaması
dua etme

Bazı dillerde konuşma, dua etme gibidir. - Speaking in some languages sounds like praying.

Sami dua etmeye devam etti. - Sami continued praying.

ibadet etme

Leyla yalvarmaya başladı. - Layla started praying.

dua eden
(sıfat) dua eden
İngilizce - İngilizce
to talk to God for any reason
please; used to make a polite request

Well, Major, pray tell us your adventures, for you have frightened us dreadfully.

To petition or solicit help from a supernatural or higher being
To humbly beg a person for aid or their time
{v} to offer up prayers, entreat, beseech
To ask earnestly for; to seek to obtain by supplication; to entreat for
To address earnest request to; to supplicate; to entreat; to implore; to beseech
{f} praise or appeal to God in words or thought; request, ask, make a petition, seek
to talk to God; to offer prayers of praise and thanksgiving to God; to ask for help from God All prayers are directed to God Prayers also are offered to God through the intercession of holy people the blesseds and the saints
To make request with earnestness or zeal, as for something desired; to make entreaty or supplication; to offer prayer to a deity or divine being as a religious act; specifically, to address the Supreme Being with adoration, confession, supplication, and thanksgiving
address God; say a prayer
To effect or accomplish by praying; as, to pray a soul out of purgatory
call upon in supplication; entreat; "I beg you to stop!"
When someone is hoping very much that something will happen, you can say that they are praying that it will happen. I'm just praying that somebody in Congress will do something before it's too late Many were secretly praying for a compromise. = hope
entreat or call upon a higher power, as in: Many people pray before eating a meal
v To ask that the laws of the universe be annulled in behalf of a single petitioner confessedly unworthy
When people pray, they speak to God in order to give thanks or to ask for his help. He spent his time in prison praying and studying Now all we have to do is help ourselves and to pray to God. all those who work and pray for peace Kelly prayed that God would judge her with mercy
pray in aid
To resort to the help (of); to call on the support (of), especially to help prove an argument
pray in aid
To ask for the help of (someone or something) in pleading a case; to make use of, adduce (something) in defence of a case, argument etc

Other, smaller craters in the North Sea and Ukraine have been prayed in aid of this theory.

pray tell
Please explain (something the requestor does not yet understand)

Pray tell us, how will they fare while you are away?.

pray tell
Expressing incredulity, please explain (some claim or position the speaker doubts)

But how, pray tell, do you notice something that happens when you're asleep?.

pray to the porcelain god
To vomit into a toilet
pray God's mercy
pray for the compassion of God
Present participle of pray
I pray
I hope, I wish
To pray
adverb pray 2
used when politely asking a question or telling someone to do something = please
past of pray
Of or pertaining to prayer
from Pray, v
The act of saying a prayer
{s} pertaining to prayer, pertaining to an appeal to God
third-person singular of pray