quote

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İngilizce - Türkçe
alıntı yapmak
{i} alıntı

Senin favori espirili alıntın nedir? - What's your favorite humorous quote?

Favori komik alıntın nedir? - What's your favorite funny quote?

{f} yinelemek
tırnak işareti
(Ticaret) fiyat tayin etmek
alıntılamak
(Ticaret) borsada kaydetmek
fiyatlandırma
fiyat biçmek
(Ticaret) numaralamak
söylediklerini tekrarlamak
(Bilgisayar) göster
iktibas
iktibas etmek
(Ticaret) fiyat yazmak
(Bilgisayar) tırnak
parça
(fiyat) vermek
fiyat (teklif olarak verilen)
fiyat vermek
{i} aktarılan söz
sunulan fiyat
anmak
zikretmek
{f} alıntı yap

O sık sık Milton'un sözlerinden alıntı yapar. - He often quotes Milton.

O, İncil'den bazı ünlü atasözlerini alıntı yaptı. - He quoted some famous proverbs from the Bible.

{f} tırnak içine almak
ver/aktar
aktarma yolu ile söylemek
{f} (birinin) söylediklerini tekrarlamak
{f} aktarmak
söylemek
{i} başkasının sözünü tekrarlama
{f} -e (teklif olarak) fiyat vermek. i., k
{f} tekrar etmek
{i} yineleme
{f} piyasa fiyatını bildirmek
dili aktarılmış söz
{f} fiyatlandırmak
alıntı,v.alıntı yap: n.alıntı
piyasa fiyatını söylelemek
{f} alıntı vermek
belirtmek
fiyat verme
teklif vermek
fiyat teklifi

En kısa sürede fiyat teklifini almayı sabırsızlıkla bekliyoruz. - We are looking forward to receiving your quote as soon as possible.

(Bilgisayar) bilgi
aktarma
bahsetmek
quote .
(Kanun) iktibas etmek
quote a name
bir isim zikretmek
quote a price
fiyat vermek
quote a price for
fiyat vermek
quote a reference
referans vermek
quote from
alıntı yapmak
quote a price
fiyatını belirlemek
quote of
alıntı
quote oneself
kendini ver
quote price
quote fiyat
quote a price
fiyatlandırmak
quote a price
fiyat koymak
quotes
{i} tırnak işareti
edge quote
(Bilgisayar) kenar çizgili fiyat teklifi
network quote
(Bilgisayar) network fiyat teklifi
quoting
(Ticaret) kote etme
quoting
(Ticaret) bildirme
quoting
(Ticaret) borsa cetveline geçirme
quoting
(Ticaret) fiyat belirlemesi
submit a quote
(Ticaret) fiyat teklifi vermek
quoted
kote edilmiş
quoted
fiyat teklif edilmiş
single quote
tek tırnak
smart quote
akıllı tırnak
double quote
çift tırnak
favorite quote
en sevdiğiniz alıntı
get a quote
Teklif almak
price quote
fiyat teklifi
provide a quote
fiyat teklifi vermek
quoted
kote
quotes
alıntılar

Sık sık Shakespeare'den alıntılar yapar. - He often quotes from Shakespeare.

Bu alıntıların nereden geldiğini bilmem gerekiyor. - I need to know where these quotes come from.

quoting
ayrımlama
verbatim quote
kelimesi kelimesine alıntı
blends quote
(Bilgisayar) karışımlar fiyat teklifi
blocks quote
(Bilgisayar) bloklar fiyat teklifi
borders quote
(Bilgisayar) kenarlıklar fiyat teklifi
bubbles quote
(Bilgisayar) balonlar fiyat teklifi
checkers quote
(Bilgisayar) kareler fiyat teklifi
direct quote
(Ticaret) dolaysız kotasyon
double close quote
çift tırnak (kapama)
double open quote
çift tırnak (açma)
echo quote
(Bilgisayar) renkli daireler fiyat teklifi
indirect quote
(Ticaret) dolaylı kotasyon
mobile quote
(Bilgisayar) hareketli fiyat teklifi
pixel quote
(Bilgisayar) pixel fiyat teklifi
profile quote
(Bilgisayar) profil fiyat teklifi
quoted
{s} tırnak içinde yazılmış
quoted
{s} tırnak içine alınmış
quotes
(isim) tırnak işareti
radial quote
(Bilgisayar) radyal fiyat teklifi
refined quote
(Bilgisayar) siyah zemin fiyat teklifi
right to quote
alıntı hakkı
single close quote
Tek tırnak (kapama)
single open quote
Tek tırnak (açma)
studio quote
(Bilgisayar) stüdyo fiyat teklifi
tilt pull quote
(Bilgisayar) eğimli tanıtım kutusu
tilt quote
(Bilgisayar) eğimli fiyat teklifi
waves quote
(Bilgisayar) dalgalar fiyat teklifi
İngilizce - İngilizce
To name the current price, notably of a financial security
To prepare a summary of work to be done and set a price
A summary of work to be done with a set price

After going over the hefty quotes, the board decided it was cheaper to have the project executed by its own staff.

To refer to (part of) a speech that has been made by someone else
A quotation mark
A quotation, statement attributed to someone else
To observe, to take account of

I prethe doe, twill be a sceane of mirthFor me to quote his passions and his smiles,His amorous haviour, ….

To indicate verbally or by equivalent means the start of a quotation
A quotation

The following passage is a quotation from a well-known fable. - The following passage was quoted from a well-known fable.

To cite, as a passage from some author; to name, repeat, or adduce, as a passage from an author or speaker, by way of authority or illustration; as, to quote a passage from Homer
To state a price for securities, goods, and services
{f} cite, repeat the words of another person; offer as evidence to support a claim; state a price, offer a price; enclose in quotation marks (punctuation marks; " )
Quotes are the same as quotation marks. The word `remembered' is in quotes
A proposed estimation of the needs of the assessed individual to determine an appropriate policy
To name the current price of
To refer to a statement that has been made by someone else
An indicative price The price quoted for information purposes but not to deal
If a company's shares, a substance, or a currency is quoted at a particular price, that is its current market price. In early trading in Hong Kong yesterday, gold was quoted at $368.20 an ounce Heron is a private company and is not quoted on the Stock Market
An indication of interest to either buy or sell
The highest bid to buy and the lowest offer to sell a security in a given market at a given time If you ask your broker for a "quote" on a stock, he or she may come back with something like "45 1/4 to 45 1/2 " This means that $45 25 is the highest prices any buyer wanted to pay at the time the quote was given on the floor of the Exchange and that $45 50 was the lowest price that any seller would take at the same time
A quote for a piece of work is the price that someone says they will charge you to do the work. Always get a written quote for any repairs needed. = quotation
A statement attributed to someone else
To notice; to observe; to examine
repeat a passage from; "He quoted the Bible to her"
The act of playing a phrase taken from another composition or well-known improvisation within the context of one's own improvisation Also known as interpolation
name the price of; "quote prices for cars
The price indication at which someone is willing to buy or sell a particular stock In the JASDAQ market‚ price indication showing willingness to buy is called a "buy quote" while that showing a willingness to sell is called a "sell quote "
An estimate of the cost of insurance given to a prospective client, which is only enforceable if accepted by the Insured, usually by means of paying the Premium
A cost estimate for insurance coverages based on specific information, including drivers, vehicles and driving record
{i} citation, passage taken from another source; commercial offer; quotation mark, punctuation mark used to enclose a direct citation (the mark " )
To set down, as in writing
a punctuation mark used to attribute the enclosed text to someone else
Quote is the verb; quotation is the noun
A price estimate given to the potential consumer as he/she decides to which company a formal application will be submitted Company may be legally bound to honor this quote in some jurisdictions and/or lines of business
What the stocks current highest bid and lowest offer price are for buying or selling
If you quote someone as saying something, you repeat what they have written or said. He quoted Mr Polay as saying that peace negotiations were already underway She quoted a great line from a book by Romain Gary I gave the letter to our local press and they quoted from it
A quote from a book, poem, play, or speech is a passage or phrase from it. The article starts with a quote from an unnamed member of the Cabinet. = quotation
You can say `quote' to show that you are about to quote someone's words. He predicts they will have, quote, `an awful lot of explaining to do'
If someone quotes a price for doing something, they say how much money they would charge you for a service they are offering or a for a job that you want them to do. A travel agent quoted her £160 for a flight from Bristol to Palma He quoted a price for the repairs
A note upon an author
a passage or expression that is quoted or cited
A quote, or quotation, is the highest bid price and lowest ask price currently available for a security in a given market The difference between the bid and ask is called the price spread BACK TO TOP
The highest bid to buy and the lowest offer to sell any stock at a given time
This is an amount a service provider estimates to be the cost of providing a service based on the available information
A specific determination of the cost, timing, description and terms associated with a projected good or service to be provided by a supplier to a customer A quote is normally valid for a certain timeframe, or up to a specified quantity limit, and modified based on changes in the item or service configuration
To cite a passage from; to name as the authority for a statement or an opinion; as, to quote Shakespeare
An indicative market price, normally used for information purposes only
The highest bid to buy and the lowest offer to sell a security in a given market at a given time If you ask your Financial Advisor for a "quote" on a stock, he or she may come back with something like "45 1/4 to 45 1/2 " This means that $45 25 is the highest price any buyer wanted to pay at the time the quote was given on the floor of the exchange and that $45 50 was the lowest price that any seller would take at the same time
put quote marks around; "Here the author is quoting his colleague" repeat a passage from; "He quoted the Bible to her" refer to for illustration or proof; "He said he could quote several instances of this behavior" name the price of; "quote prices for cars
refer to for illustration or proof; "He said he could quote several instances of this behavior"
- An estimate of the cost of insurance, based on information supplied to the insurance company by the applicant
put quote marks around; "Here the author is quoting his colleague"
To include part of a previous post when you follow up to it Quoting is a good idea because it lets people know what you're talking about Quoted material often is preceded by ">" and looks like
v To state a price n The price so stated
An estimate of the cost of insurance, based on information supplied to the insurance company by the applicant
name the price of; "quote prices for cars"
If you quote something such as a law or a fact, you state it because it supports what you are saying. Mr Meacher quoted statistics saying that the standard of living of the poorest people had fallen
The current price To "get a quote" is to get the current price
The current "spread" relating the bid and the ask for a security The bid is the highest price at which someone is willing to buy a security The ask is the lowest price at which someone is willing to sell a security
quote chapter and verse
Alternative form of cite chapter and verse
quote mark
A quotation mark; a quote
quote unquote
Emphasizes the following, or sometimes preceding, word or phrase for irony, as used almost exclusively in spoken language

Maybe you should ask your quote unquote friend what happened to the money.

quote unquote
Used in spoken language to delimit a quotation in the same function as quotation marks

spoken) Adam Smith claimed that a capitalist is, quote, led by an invisible hand to promote an end which was no part of his intention, unquote.

quote-driven
Describing any market system in which prices are established by quotations given by market makers
air quote
A hand gesture resembling a quotation mark acting as the verbal equivalent of a quotation mark. Since quotation marks are usually used in pairs the plural air quotes is more common
curly quote
A shaped opening or closing quotation mark, “ or ”, as distinguished from a straight quote
end of quote
Used in speech to indicate the end of a quotation
end quote
Used in speech to indicate the end of a quotation
pull-quote
In newspaper and magazine publishing, a brief excerpt drawn from an article and used out of context
quoted
Simple past tense and past participle of to quote
quotes
plural form of quote
quotes
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of quote
quoting
Present participle of quote
rent-a-quote
Someone who is prepared to provide comment or opinion to the media on virtually any topic, either in exchange for payment or in order to gain exposure
scare quote
A quotation mark deliberately used to provoke a reaction or to indicate that the author does not approve of the term, rather than to identify a direct quotation
semi-quote
A single quotation mark, ('). This is often used for a quote within a quote, as in "Tom said 'What?'"
semi-quote
A punctuation mark to indicate that the text is a semi-quote, i.e. a close paraphrase that uses some of the author's original words
semi-quote
A phrase that is a close paraphrase that uses some of the authors original words. For instance: "A fanatic is someone who will not change his mind or the subject of discussion," according to Winston Churchill
semi-quote
To make a close paraphrase of a quotation, using some of its words

Instead of magnifying the damnation of those who follow not the truth (as the village understood it), she was content to semi-quote.

semi-quote
To modify a quote, adapting it to different circumstances but preserving the intent. "To semi-quote Shakespeare …"
single quote
A quotation mark, as in She said, 'Go ahead'
single quote
An apostrophe, as in Let's do it
straight quote
A vertical quotation mark, ", as distinguished from a curly quote
air quote
a movement that someone makes in the air with their fingers to show that what they are saying should be in quotation marks, and that it should not be taken as their real opinion or their usual way of speaking
and I quote:
his/her exact words were: , this is a direct quotation
end of quote
{i} term indicating conclusion of the citation or recitation of someone's words
nominal quote
The approximate price of a security when there is no firm bid or asking price. Also called subject quote
quoted
A company listed on the Stock Exchange is a quoted company It must meet strict requirements as to the value of the company and publication of financial information
quoted
to repeat words that were previously said or written by another person in speech or writing
quoted
past of to quote
quoted
In the Glasgow area quoted means respected or admired the highly quoted young lion from the BBC
quoter
One who quotes the words of another
quoter
{i} one who quotes often, one who frequently cites the words of others
quoter
a communicator (speaker or writer) who uses quotations
quotes
quotation marks
quotes
Third person singular simple present form of to quote
quotes
estimates of costs given in advance of work being done
quotes
{i} quotation marks, punctuation mark used to enclose a direct citation (the marks " )
quotes
quotes are often called 'inverted commas' though only the first is that; the second is an apostrophe or raised comma; 'single', "double"
quotes
Double quotes: `` '' are used in written matter to surround expressions when the writer wants to distance himself from a term, as if to say ``so-called'', i e , ``This is what some people would say, but I would not necessarily phrase it that way '' A good example from {NW} is: <<O Timothy, guard what is laid up in trust with you, turning away from the empty speeches that violate what is holy and from the contradictions of the falsely called ``knowledge ''>> (1Ti 6: 20) Some people may think of it as knowledge, but it doesn't amount to much if it is false <<Aunt Bertha anxiously awaited the visit of the ``Reverend'' Muneesuck >> He and others may regard the man as reverend,[163] and others may use the title without thinking about its meaning, but we certainly don't and won't Though easily overdone, this use of quotes is frequent among Jehovah's Witnesses, who prefer to disassociate themselves from almost everything that is a part of this world
quotes
Plural of quote
quotes
A method of denoting key words in some languages and string expressions in others Quotes always occur n\x11+\x111 times where n is an even number
quotes
As in, "Missourians can get free insurance & investment quotes by going to the WHS Financial Services QUOTE PAGE!"
quoting
The act of including text from a previous message when replying by e-mail or to a Usenet newsgroup
quoting
Repeating (exactly) part of an email message or newsgroup posting To conserve bandwidth, try to only quote what is relevant to the response
quoting
Quoting means depriving a character of its usual special significance In Emacs this is usually done with Control-q What constitutes special significance depends on the context and on convention For example, an "ordinary" character as an Emacs command inserts itself; so in this context, a special character is any character that does not normally insert itself (such as DEL, for example), and quoting it makes it insert itself as if it were not special Not all contexts allow quoting See section Basic Editing Commands
quoting
                        Process of  marking a character in a document, mail etc that would otherwise become lost or corrupted in transit; An example would be ç
quoting
Quoting means depriving a character of its usual special significance The most common kind of quoting in Emacs is with C-q What constitutes special significance depends on the context and on convention For example, an "ordinary" character as an Emacs command inserts itself; so in this context, a special character is any character that does not normally insert itself (such as DEL, for example), and quoting it makes it insert itself as if it were not special Not all contexts allow quoting See section Basic Editing Commands
quoting
Quoting means depriving a character of its usual special significance In af this is usually done with C-q What constitutes special significance depends on the context and on convention For example, in the minibuffer, an "ordinary" character as an af command inserts itself; so in this context, a special character is any character that does not normally insert itself (such as DEL, for example), and quoting it makes it insert itself as if it were not special Not all contexts allow quoting See section 7 The Minibuffer
quoting
The focal point for this dictionary is the quote Detail is presented down to quote detail This data group is limited to quote information since a quote can be generated without a customer or work order
quoting
Including parts of an original message in a e-mail reply The standard character used to set off a quote from the rest of the text is a column of > (greater-than) characters along the left margin
quoting
{i} citation, act of repeating another person's words; inclusion of part of an original message within a reply to a message or letter on the Internet (Computers)
quoting
This is the citing of an article you're answering to You are quoting the original article to make clear on which passages your text refers to
quoting
The act of including parts of an original message in a reply The standard character used to set off a quote from the rest of the text is a column of > (greater-than) characters along the left margin When replying, be careful not to over-quote Nothing can be more annoying than scrolling through the same 200 line message quoted with only "me too" added at the bottom
quoting
Quoting means depriving a character of its usual special significance In Emacs this is usually done with C-q What constitutes special significance depends on the context and on convention For example, an "ordinary" character as an Emacs command inserts itself; so in this context, a special character is any character that does not normally insert itself (such as DEL, for example), and quoting it makes it insert itself as if it were not special Not all contexts allow quoting See section Basic Editing Commands
scare quote
Either of a pair of quotation marks used to emphasize a word or phrase or to indicate its special status, especially to express doubt about its validity or to criticize its use
scare quote
the use of quotation marks to indicate that it is not the authors preferred terminology
single quote
{i} single quotation mark
single quote
a single quotation mark
quote

    Türkçe nasıl söylenir

    kwōt

    Zıt anlamlılar

    end quote, unquote

    Telaffuz

    /ˈkwōt/ /ˈkwoʊt/

    Etimoloji

    [ kwOt also kOt ] (verb.) 1582. Recorded since 1387 "to mark (a book) with chapter numbers or marginal references", from Old French coter, from Medieval Latin quotare "to distinguish by numbers, number chapters", itself from Latin quotus "which, what number (in sequence)," from quot "how many" (related to quis "who"). The sense developped via "to give as a reference, to cite as an authority" to "to copy out exact words" (since 1680); the business sense "to state the price of a commodity" (1866) revives the etymological meaning. The noun, in the sense of "quotation," is attested from 1885; see also usage note, below.

    Zamanlar

    quotes, quoting, quoted

    Videolar

    ... And I would not name, but I'll quote a discussion recently I ...
    ... So I want to leave you with a quote. ...

    Günün kelimesi

    arboretum