belong

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
(birine) ait olmak
{f} nin olmak
şahsi eşyası
{f} to (bir şey) (birinin) malı olmak, (birine) ait olmak: That table belongs to me. O masa benim
{f} üyesi olmak
ait ol

Biz belgenin onun erkek kardeşine ait olduğu gözüyle baktık. - We regarded the document as belonging to her brother.

Üçüncü yıldız belirli bir krala ait oldu. - The third star belonged to a certain king.

{f} uygun olmak
doğru yerde olmak
{f} yararlı olmak
yerinde olmak
{f} yeri olmak
belongings i
belong lazım ol/ait ol
It belongs to me Benimdir
{f} ilgili olmak
{f} to -in üyesi olmak: Bahri belongs to
ait olmak
belong to
ait olmak
belong to
yararlı olmak
belong to
ilgili olmak
belong to
bağlı olmak
belong to
üyesi olmak
belong to
malı olmak (bir şey birinin)
belong to me
bana ait
belong to one
kendisine ait olmak
belong to past days
maziye karışmak
belong to somebody
birine ait olmak
belong to sth
üyesi olmak
belong to
ait ol

Ona ait olmayan şeyi Cesar'dan almalıyız. - We must take from Cesar what does not belong to him.

Japonlar kendilerini ait oldukları grupla tanımlamak eğilimindedir. - The Japanese tend to identify themselves with the group they belong to.

belong together
birbirimize aidiz
belongings
{i} kişisel eşyalar

Bütün bunlar kişisel eşyalarınız mı? - Are these all your belongings?

Tom tüm kişisel eşyalarını küçük bir valize koydu. - Tom put all his belongings in a small suitcase.

belongings
{i} kişisel eşya

Bütün bunlar kişisel eşyalarınız mı? - Are these all your belongings?

Tom kişisel eşyalarının hepsini sattı. - Tom sold all of his belongings.

belong to
mensup olmak
belong to
yeri olmak
belong to
uygun olmak
belonging
mensup
belonging
ait olarak
belonging
{i} eşya

Brian eşyalarını geride bıraktı. - Brian left his belongings behind.

Bütün eşyalarınıza adınızı yazın. - Put your name on all your belongings.

belonging
ait olma
belongings
var

Tom tüm varlıklarını kaybetti. - Tom lost all his belongings.

belongings
birinin kişisel eşyaları
belonging
{f} ait ol

Biz belgenin onun erkek kardeşine ait olduğu gözüyle baktık. - We regarded the document as belonging to her brother.

Japon Diş Hekimleri Birliği sorunu Japon Diş Hekimleri Birliğinden LDP ye ait olan Diyet üyelerine yapılan gizli bağışlarla ilgili bir olaydır. - The Japanese Dentists Association affair is an incident concerning secret donations from the Japanese Dentists Association to Diet members belonging to the LDP.

Belonging
aidiyet
belong to
a ait
belonging
kişisel eşya

Bütün bunlar kişisel eşyalarınız mı? - Are these all your belongings?

Kişisel eşyalarımı otobüste bırakabilir miyim? - May I leave my belongings on the bus?

third person singular of belong
üçüncü kişinin ait tekil
you belong to me
Bana ait
belonging
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) aidiyet (gad)
belongings
eşya

Brian eşyalarını geride bıraktı. - Brian left his belongings behind.

Bütün bunlar kişisel eşyalarınız mı? - Are these all your belongings?

belongings
özel eşya

O onun gitmesini ve tüm özel eşyalarını almasını istedi. - She asked him to leave and take all his belongings.

Kim özel eşyalarını toplantı odasında bıraktı? - Who left their belongings in the meeting room?

belongings
pılı pırtı
belongings
i., çoğ. (kişisel) eşya
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To be accepted in a group

You don’t belong here — get out.

of, belonging to
(followed by to) To be the property of

That house belongs to me.

(followed by to) To be the spouse or partner of
(followed by to) To be a part of a group

I don’t belong to them!.

(followed by to) To be an element of (a set). The symbol \in means belongs to

Suppose x belongs to \mathbb{R}... (-- written: x \in \mathbb{R}).

To have its proper place

Where does this document belong?.

{v} to be the property of, to appertain
If someone belongs to a particular group, they are a member of that group. I used to belong to a youth club
To be deserved by
be owned by; be in the possession of; "This book belongs to me"
You say that something belongs to a particular person when you are guessing, discovering, or explaining that it was produced by or is part of that person. The handwriting belongs to a male
to have a legal residence, settlement, or inhabitancy, whether by birth or operation of law, so as to be entitled to maintenance by the parish or town
If you say that a time belongs to a particular system or way of doing something, you mean that that time is or will be characterized by it. The future belongs to democracy
be suitable or acceptable; "This student somehow doesn't belong"
To be the property of
If something or someone belongs in or to a particular category, type, or group, they are of that category, type, or group. The judges could not decide which category it belonged in
To be a part of a group
If something belongs to a particular time, it comes from that time. The pictures belong to an era when there was a preoccupation with high society
To be native to, or an inhabitant of; esp
be classified with; "The whales belong among the mammals"
(optionally followed by to) of belonging to
To be the concern or proper business or function of; to appertain to
If something belongs to you, you own it. The house had belonged to her family for three or four generations
{f} be a part of; fit, suit
originate (in); "The problems dwell in the social injustices in this country"
To be the property of; as, Jamaica belongs to Great Britain
People in Christendom use this word to explain what religious organization they are affiliated with <<I belong to the Catholic Church [38]>> But the {Truth} is a way of life, not a social club, and although congregations keep records of what Christians are associated with them, there are no formal membership enrollment forms or procedures (Compare Act 19: 23 )
be in the right place or situation; "Where do these books belong?"; "Let's put health care where it belongs--under the control of the government"; "Where do these books go?
be owned by; be in the possession of; "This book belongs to me" be classified with; "The whales belong among the mammals" be suitable or acceptable; "This student somehow doesn't belong" be in the right place or situation; "Where do these books belong?"; "Let's put health care where it belongs--under the control of the government"; "Where do these books go?
If you say that something belongs to someone, you mean that person has the right to it. but the last word belonged to Rosanne
vt [to be a member of (I ~ to the computer club )] termasuk (masuk) 2 vt [to be the property of (This book ~s to me )] kepunyaan (punya)
To be an element of (a set)
If a person or thing belongs in a particular place or situation, that is where they should be. You don't belong here I'm so glad to see you back where you belong They need to feel they belong. + belonging be·long·ing a man utterly without a sense of belonging
To be a part of, or connected with; to be appendant or related; to owe allegiance or service
To be suitable for; to be due to
v to be owned by; to be a member of
When lovers say that they belong together, they are expressing their closeness or commitment to each other. I really think that we belong together He belongs with me
(v ) if an EXIT or a CYCLE statement contains a construct name, the statement ``belongs'' to the DO construct using that name Otherwise, it belongs to the innermost DO construct in which it appears
An expression to indicate which side can legitimately expect to buy the contract
In statutes referring to inhabitancy, the poor, etc , designates the place of a person's legal settlement, not merely his place of residence Reading v Westport, 19 Conn 564 (1849), Church, C J ; 3 id 467; 18 id 425; 8 Vt 45
If a baby or child belongs to a particular adult, that adult is his or her parent or the person who is looking after him or her. He deduced that the two children belonged to the couple
belong to
be a part or adjunct; "the uniform looks like it belonged to a museum collection
all your base are belong to us
Used to tout victory over an opponent, or simply as a humorous catchphrase
belonging
Present participle of belong
belonging
The action of the verb to belong

A need for belonging seems fundamental to humans.

belonging
1. (usually used in plural) possession 2. Close or intimate relationship: "A sense of belonging."
belongings
1. (usually used in plural) possession 2. Close or intimate relationship: "A sense of belonging."
To belong
pertain
belonged
past of belong
belonging
That which is connected with a principal or greater thing; an appendage; an appurtenance
belonging
That which belongs to one; that which pertains to one; hence, goods or effects
belonging
Family; relations; household
belonging
The action of the verb to belong (somewhere)
belonging
happiness felt in a secure relationship; "with his classmates he felt a sense of belonging
belonging
happiness felt in a secure relationship; "with his classmates he felt a sense of belonging"
belonging
{i} membership, quality of being a part of, association
belonging
Something physical that is owned
belongings
something owned; any tangible or intangible possession that is owned by someone; "that hat is my property"; "he is a man of property"
belongings
Your belongings are the things that you own, especially things that are small enough to be carried. I collected my belongings and left. the things you own, especially things that you can carry with you = possessions
belongings
A possession or personal item; often used in the plural
belongings
{i} property, possessions
belongings
trap
belongings
effects
belongings
The contentment felt in a secure homely environment
belongs
Third person singular of belong
belong
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