inkling

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{i} sezme
seziş
kuşku

Tom'un Mary ve John'un birbirleriyle flört ettikleri konusunda hiçbir kuşkusu yok. - Tom never had an inkling that Mary and John were dating each other.

kuşku/fikir
{i} işaret, ipucu
{i} iz
{i} kestirme
{i} kuşkulanma
{i} ipucu

Tom Mary'nin neler olduğu hakkında bir ipucu olmadığını düşünüyor. - Tom thinks Mary doesn't have an inkling of what's going on.

get an inkling of
kokusunu almak
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A slight suspicion or hint

Featuring a prominent and unique opening chord, the song's success provided the first inkling that The Beatles were not the one-hit wonder some had suggested when they first came to America. —A Hard Day's Night (song).

Inclination, desire
a hint
a slight suggestion or vague understanding; "he had no inkling what was about to happen
a slight suggestion or vague understanding; "he had no inkling what was about to happen"
{i} hint, intimation, clue; vague idea
If you have an inkling of something, you have a vague idea about it. I had no inkling of his real purpose until much later. a slight idea about something suspicion (Probably from inkle (1300-1400))
A hint; an intimation
inkle
To hint at; disclose
inkle
To have a hint or inkling of; divine
inkle
Narrow linen tape, used for trimmings or to make shoelaces
ınkling
{n} a hint, intimation, whisper, report
inkle
To guess
inkle
A kind of tape or braid
inkle
{i} narrow linen tape used for trimmings
inkle
a linen tape used for trimming as a decoration
inklings
plural of inkling
inkling

    Расстановка переносов

    ink·ling

    Турецкое произношение

    îngklîng

    Произношение

    /ˈəɴɢkləɴɢ/ /ˈɪŋklɪŋ/

    Этимология

    [ 'i[ng]-kli[ng] ] (noun.) 1513. From Middle English, from inklen, inclen (“to give an inkling of, hint at, mention, utter in an undertone”), from inke (“apprehension, misgiving”), from Old English inca (“doubt, suspicion”), from Proto-Germanic *inkēn, *inka- (“ache, regret”), from Proto-Indo-European *yeng'- (“illness”). Cognate with Old Frisian jinc (“angered”), Old Norse ekki (“pain, grief”), Norwegian ekkje (“lack, pity”).

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    jocose
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