be there

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
var olmak
var olmak: Two hours later the pain was still there. İki saat sonra hâlâ ağrı vardı. She's always there when you need her. Ne zaman ihtiyacın
Orada olmak

Biz zamanında orada olmak zorundayız, bu yüzden yarın beni bekletme. - We have to be there on time, so don't stand me up tomorrow!

Tom orada olmak istedi. - Tom wanted to be there.

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oraya

Oraya gitmeye çok hevesli. - He is very eager to go there.

Yumi oraya kendi gitti. - Yumi went there by herself.

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orada

O, kahvaltısını sık sık orada yer. - He often eats breakfast there.

Yıllar önce orada bir kale vardı. - There was a castle here many years ago.

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şurada

Şurada kitap okuyan adam benim babam. - The man reading a book over there is my father.

Şurada duran adam kim? - Who's that man standing over there?

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There is still time
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o yer

O yerde birçok insan kalıntısı vardı. - There were a lot of human remains in that place.

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ünlem orada
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var

Masanın üzerinde bir kedi var. - There's a cat on the table.

Duvarda bir saat var. - There is a clock on the wall.

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şuradaki

Şuradaki çocuklardan birisi Tom'dur. - One of the children over there is Tom.

Şuradaki yüksek binayı görüyorsun değil mi? - You see that tall building over there, don't you?

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orada; oraya: They're staying over there tonight. Bu gece orada kalacaklar. Why'd you go there? Niçin oraya gittin?
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İşte ...: There
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gördün mü

Orada birini gördün mü? - Did you see anybody there?

Orada ne olduğunu gördün mü? - Did you see what happened out there?

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o konuda

O konuda hiç şüphe yok. - There's no mistaking about that.

O konuda hiçbir şüphe yok. - There's no doubt about it.

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ünlem İşte Alsana Gördün mü? Bu kelime be fiilinden önce gelince varlık belirtir ve özne fiilden sonra gelir
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tamam!
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işte!

İşte hocamız geliyor. - There comes our teacher.

Her işte bir ölçüde stres vardır. - There's a degree of stress in every job.

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oradaki

Oradaki erkek çocuk Tom'un erkek kardeşi olmalı. - That boy over there will be Tom's brother.

Biz oradaki masada oturabilir miyiz? - Can we sit at the table over there?

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haydi

Haydi Arianna, hızlan, yoksa asla oraya ulaşamayacağız! - Come on, Arianna, speed up or we'll never get there!

Davranışını haklı çıkar, haydi, bunların hepsi olduğunda orada olmanı haklı çıkar. - Justify your attitude, come on, justify being there when it all happened.

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oralarda

Oralarda bir yerde bir çay molası verelim. - Let's have a tea break somewhere around there.

Yarın Kaşgar'a ya da oralarda bir yere varabilirim. - I might arrive in Kashgar or somewhere thereabouts tomorrow.

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orayı

Hazine için orayı burayı kazdılar. - They dug here and there for treasure.

Orayı seveceğini düşünüyorum. - I think you'd like it there.

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var mi
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işte

Bu işte bir bit yeniği var. - There's something fishy going on.

Her işte bir ölçüde stres vardır. - There's a degree of stress in every job.

Английский Язык - Английский Язык

Определение be there в Английский Язык Английский Язык словарь

be there for
to be available to provide comfort and support for someone, especially in a period of difficulty

She knows that I'll always be there for her.

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Where, there where, in which place

Spend their good there it is reasonable.

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Used to express victory or completion

There! That knot should hold.

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In existence or in this world; see pronoun section below

These firms do not want the truth to get out and are financing these flights in the hope of dazzling the public. Yet the record of the gas engine is there for all to see.

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To or into that place; thither

Note: There is much used in composition, and often has the sense of a pronoun. See thereabout, thereafter, therefrom, etc.

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Used as an expletive subject of be in its sense of “exist”, with the semantic, usually indefinite subject being postponed or (occasionally) implied

No, there isn't.

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That status; that position

You get it ready; I'll take it from there.

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Used with other intransitive verbs of existence, in the same sense, or with other intransitive verbs, adding a sense of existence

There arose a great wind out of the east.

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In that matter, relation, etc.; at that point, stage, etc., regarded as a distinct place; as, he did not stop there, but continued his speech

The law that threaten’d death becomes thy friend / And turns it to exile; there art thou happy.

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That place
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Used with other verbs, when raised

There are beginning to be complications.

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Used to offer encouragement or sympathy

There, there! Everything is going to turn out all right.

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You use there in expressions such as `there he was' or `there we were' to sum up part of a story or to slow a story down for dramatic effect. So there we were with Amy and she was driving us crazy
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You use there when speaking on the telephone to ask if someone is available to speak to you. Hello, is Gordon there please?
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You use there to indicate a place that you are pointing to or looking at, in order to draw someone's attention to it. There it is, on the corner over there There she is on the left up there The toilets are over there, dear
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If something happens there and then or then and there, it happens immediately. Many felt that he should have resigned there and then
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If something is there, it exists or is available. The group of old buildings on the corner by the main road is still there today The book is there for people to read and make up their own mind
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You use there to refer to a place which has already been mentioned. The next day we drove the 33 miles to Siena for the Palio `Come on over, if you want.' --- `How do I get there?' It's one hell of a train trip, about five days there and back
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You use there again to introduce an extra piece of information which either contradicts what has been said or gives an alternative to it. At 18 stone, I can't run around the way I used to. There again, some people say I never did
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and 2., and STRONG for meanings
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You can use there in expressions such as there you go or there we are when accepting that an unsatisfactory situation cannot be changed. I'm the oldest and, according to all the books, should be the achiever, but there you go
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emphasis You can use there in expressions such as there you go and there we are when emphasizing that something proves that you were right. You see? There you go. That's why I didn't mention it earlier. I knew you'd take it the wrong way
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You use there to indicate that something has reached a point or level which is completely successful. We had hoped to fill the back page with extra news; we're not quite there yet Life has not yet returned to normal but we are getting there
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There is used as the subject of the verb `be' to say that something exists or does not exist, or to draw attention to it. There are roadworks between Camblesforth and Carlton Are there some countries that have been able to tackle these problems successfully? There were differences of opinion, he added, on very basic issues
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there Pronounced WEAK or STRONG for meanings
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If someone is there for you, they help and support you, especially when you have problems. Despite what happened in the past I want her to know I am there for her
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You can add `so there' to what you are saying to show that you will not change your mind about a decision you have made, even though the person you are talking to disagrees with you. I think that's sweet, so there
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You use there in front of certain verbs when you are saying that something exists, develops, or can be seen. Whether the verb is singular or plural depends on the noun which follows the verb. There remains considerable doubt over when the intended high-speed rail link will be complete There appeared no imminent danger
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Phrases such as there you go again are used to show annoyance at someone who is repeating something that has annoyed you in the past. `There you go again, upsetting the child!' said Shirley
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in that matter; "I agree with you there"
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in that location, in a specific place
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There is used after `hello' or `hi' when you are greeting someone. Oh, hi there. You must be Sidney
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formulae You say `there you are' or `there you go' when you are offering something to someone. Nora picked up the boy, and gave him a biscuit. `There you are, Lennie, you take the nice biscuit.'
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You use there to refer to a point that someone has made in a conversation. I think you're right there John
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a location other than here; that place; "you can take it from there"
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{ü} it's not so bad; a-ha! (used to express surprise, satisfaction, or relief)
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pron. word used to begin a sentence stating whether or not something exists (i.e. There is food); that place, that location
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in or at that place; "they have lived there for years"; "it's not there"; "that man [who is] there"
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to or toward that place; away from the speaker; "go there around noon!"
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You use there to refer to a stage that has been reached in an activity or process. We are making further investigations and will take the matter from there
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regarded as a distinct place; as, he did not stop there, but continued his speech
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to 20
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at that point, stage, etc
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a location other than here; that place; "you can take it from there" in or at that place; "they have lived there for years"; "it's not there"; "that man [who is] there" to or toward that place; away from the speaker; "go there around noon!" in that matter; "I agree with you there
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in that matter; "I agree with you there
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In or at that place
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You say `there there' to someone who is very upset, especially a small child, in order to comfort them. `There, there,' said Mum. `You've been having a really bad dream.'
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In that matter, relation, etc
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{a} in that place, at that time, once
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In existence or in this world; mention of unspecified location, somewhere
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In or at that place or location
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thor

There is no rose without thorns. - There is no rose without a thorn.

There is no rose without a thorn. - There is no rose without thorns.

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{s} thither
be there

    Турецкое произношение

    bi dher

    Произношение

    /bē ˈᴛʜer/ /biː ˈðɛr/

    Этимология

    [ 'bE ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English bEon; akin to Old High German bim am, Latin fui I have been, futurus about to be, fieri to become, be done, Greek phynai to be born, be by nature, phyein to produce.

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