distantly

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
uzaktan

Bir arkadaşım Emily Dickinson ile uzaktan akraba. - A friend of mine is distantly related to Emily Dickinson.

O, ona uzaktan akrabadır. - He is distantly related to her.

soğuk bir tavırla
(zarf) soğuk bir şekilde
soğukça/uzaktan
soğuk bir şekilde

Mary soğuk bir şekilde pencereden dışarıya baktı. - Mary stared distantly out the window.

distant
uzak

Biz birbirimizden kilometrelerce uzakta yaşıyoruz. - We live many miles distant from each other.

Tom Mary ile uzaktan ilgilidir. - Tom is distantly related to Mary.

distant
uzakta

Tom Mary ile uzaktan ilgilidir. - Tom is distantly related to Mary.

O, ona uzaktan akrabadır. - She is distantly related to him.

distant
{s} uzak, ırak (yer/zaman)
distant
mesafeli belirsiz
distant
{s} mesafeli

Bu, Mary'yi tatmin etmedi, onlar arasındaki ilişki daha mesafeli oldu. - This did not satisfy Mary, and the relationship between them became more distant.

Tom soğukkanlı, mesafeli ve kibirli. - Tom is cold, distant and arrogant.

distant
{s} ırak
distant
distant relative uzak akraba
distant
{s} hafif
distant
germek
distant
mesafe

Bu, Mary'yi tatmin etmedi, onlar arasındaki ilişki daha mesafeli oldu. - This did not satisfy Mary, and the relationship between them became more distant.

Tom soğukkanlı, mesafeli ve kibirli. - Tom is cold, distant and arrogant.

distant
ilgisiz
distant
uzaktan akraba

O, ona uzaktan akrabadır. - He is distantly related to her.

Bir arkadaşım Emily Dickinson ile uzaktan akraba. - A friend of mine is distantly related to Emily Dickinson.

distant
ırak (yer)
distant
ayırılmış
distant
uzaktan

Bir arkadaşım Emily Dickinson ile uzaktan akraba. - A friend of mine is distantly related to Emily Dickinson.

Tom benim uzaktan bir akrabam. - Tom is a distant relative of mine.

distant
mesafeli (kimse)
distant
(akraba) uzaktan
distant
soğuk

Mary ona hayat hikayesini anlatırken Tom soğuk ve dikkati dağılmış görünüyordu. - Tom looked distant and distracted while Mary told him her life story.

Tom soğukkanlı, mesafeli ve kibirli. - Tom is cold, distant and arrogant.

distant
belirsiz
distant
alıs
distant
ırak soğuk
distant
ağır
distant
soğuk bir tavırla
distant
distantly uzaktan
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
{a} in a distant manner, far off, cooly
Distantly means very far away. Distantly, to her right, she could make out the town of Chiffa
from or at a distance; "dimly, distantly, voices sounded in the stillness
If you are distantly aware of something or if you distantly remember it, you are aware of it or remember it, but not very strongly. She became distantly aware that the light had grown brighter = vaguely distinctly see also distant
At a distance; remotely; with reserve
remotely, far away; in an unfriendly or reserved manner
In a distant manner
from or at a distance; "dimly, distantly, voices sounded in the stillness"
distant
far off

She was surprised to find that her fiancé was a distant relative of hers.

distant
emotionally unresponsive or unwilling to express genuine feelings

Ever since the trauma she has been totally distant to me.

distant
{a} remote in time or place, farfetched, shy
Distant
distantial
distant
Distant means very far away. The mountains rolled away to a distant horizon. the war in that distant land. nearby
distant
Far separated; far off; not near; remote; in place, time, consanguinity, or connection; as, distant times; distant relatives
distant
remote in manner; "stood apart with aloof dignity"; "a distant smile"; "he was upstage with strangers"
distant
separated in space or time or coming from or going to a distance; "the distant past"; "distant villages"; "the sound of distant traffic"; "a distant sound"; "a distant telephone call"
distant
faraway
distant
far distant in time; "distant events"; "the remote past or future"; "a civilization ten centuries removed from modern times"
distant
Indistinct; faint; obscure, as from distance
distant
far apart in relevance or relationship; "a distant cousin"; "a distant likeness
distant
Separated; having an intervening space; at a distance; away
distant
If you describe someone as distant, you mean that you find them cold and unfriendly. He found her cold, ice-like and distant = aloof
distant
A distant relative is one who you are not closely related to. He's a distant relative of the mayor close + distantly dis·tant·ly His father's distantly related to the Royal family
distant
Not conformable; discrepant; repugnant; as, a practice so widely distant from Christianity
distant
far distant in space; "distant lands"; "remote stars"; "a remote outpost of civilization"; "a hideaway far removed from towns and cities"
distant
{s} remote, far off, far apart; reserved, aloof, unfriendly
distant
Neoplasm that has spread beyond immediately adjacent organs or tissues, by direct extension, developed secondary or metastatic tumors, metastasized to distant lymph nodes, or has been determined to be systemic in origin
distant
far apart in relevance or relationship; "a distant cousin"; "a distant likeness"
distant
far distant in space; "distant lands"; "remote stars"; "a remote outpost of civilization"; "a hideaway far removed from towns and cities" far distant in time; "distant events"; "the remote past or future"; "a civilization ten centuries removed from modern times" separated in space or time or coming from or going to a distance; "the distant past"; "distant villages"; "the sound of distant traffic"; "a distant sound"; "a distant telephone call" far apart in relevance or relationship; "a distant cousin"; "a distant likeness
distant
If you describe someone as distant, you mean that they are not concentrating on what they are doing because they are thinking about other things. There was a distant look in her eyes from time to time, her thoughts elsewhere. = faraway
distant
Invasive cancer that spreads to parts of the body that are far removed or distant from the primary tumor site
distant
adj jauh
distant
You use distant to describe a time or event that is very far away in the future or in the past. There is little doubt, however, that things will improve in the not too distant future = faraway near
distant
Reserved or repelling in manners; cold; not cordial; somewhat haughty; as, a distant manner
distant
an invasive cancer that has spread to parts of the body remote from the primary tumor either by direct extension or by discontinuous metastasis
distantly

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    Этимология

    [ 'dis-t&nt ] (adjective.) 14th century. Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin distant-, distans, present participle of distare to stand apart, be distant, from dis- + stare to stand; more at STAND.

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