lend

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
ödünç vermek

Öğrencilerden herhangi birine kitaplarımı ödünç vermek istemiyorum. - I don't lend my books to any of the students.

Paranı ona ödünç vermek senin aptallığın. - It is stupid of you to lend him your money.

{f} borç vermek
{f} vermek

Tom Mary'ye ödünç para vermekten daha iyisini bilmeliydi. - Tom should have known better than to lend money to Mary.

Kirasını ödeyebilsin diye Tom'a parayı ödünç vermek zorunda kaldım. - I had to lend Tom money so he could pay his rent.

ödünç verme veya kiralama sistemi
ödünç verme

Tom parayı bana ödünç vermeyi önerdi. - Tom offered to lend me the money.

Arabasını bana ödünç vermesi için annemi ikna ettim. - I persuaded my mother to lend me her car.

{f} (lent)
dinlemek
{f} katkıda bulunmak
lend a hand yardım etmek
iğreti vermek
katmak
bu usule göre vermek
eklemek
ödünç ver

Defterimi sana ödünç vereceğim. - I'll lend you my notebook.

Bisikletini birkaç günlüğüne bana ödünç verebilir misin? - Could you lend me your bicycle for a couple of days?

lendlease i
lend itself veya oneself to yardım etm
eğreti olarak vermek
ikraz etmek
lend a hand
yardım etmek

Tom sadece gerektiği yerde yardım etmekten çok mutlu. - Tom's only too happy to lend a hand where necessary.

lend a hand
el atıvermek
lend someone a hand
(deyim) birine el vermek
lend a hand to
-e yardım etmek
lend a hand to
-e elini uzatmak
lend a helping hand
(deyim) yardım eli uzatmak
lend an ear
{f} dinlemek
lend an ear to
(deyim) kulak vermek
lend at interest
faize vermek
lend at interest
(Ticaret) faizle borç vermek
lend itself to
-e uygun olmak
lend itself to
-e elverişli olmak
lend itself to
(deyim) uygun düşmek
lend money at interest
faize vermek
lend out at interest
(Ticaret) faizle borç vermek
lend someone a helping hand
birine yardım elini uzatmak
lend something on security
teminat vermek
lend something on security
teminat göstermek
lend to
elverişli olmak
lend a hand to
yardım etmek
lend sb a hand
birine el vermek
lend sth to
önem kazandırmak
lend an ear
{f} kulak vermek
lend and lease
borç ve kira
lend assistance
yardım etmek
lend credence to
Bir şeye inandırıcılık katmak
lend ear
kulak ver
lend me a hand
Bana yardım etmek
lend someone a hand
(deyim) Birine yardım etmek, el vermek
lend to
için ödünç
lend wing to
için kanat ödünç
lend assistance
yardımcı olmak
lend countenance to
desteklemek
lend countenance to
onaylamak
lend countenance to
teşvik etmek
lend credence (to)
inanılırlık sağlamak
lend credence (to)
prim vermek
lend help to
yardım etmek
lend itself to
yaramak
lend itself to
elverişli olmak
lend itself to
uygun olmak
lend itself to
(deyim) lend itself to sth. uymak,elverişli olmak
lend money to smb
borç para vermek
lend o.s. to
-e yardım etmek
lend one's ear
dinlemek
lend one's ear
kulak vermek
lend oneself to
yanaşmak
lend oneself to
yardım etmek
lend smb. money
borç para vermek
lend wings to
coşturmak
lend wings to
güven vermek
lend wings to
teşvik etmek
lease lend
(Kanun) kiralama
lease and lend law
(Ticaret) ödünç verme kanunu
lent
hıristiyanlıkta paskalya`dan önceki kırk gün bo
lender
borç veren kimse
lending
(Ticaret) ikraz
lending
ödünç vererek
lending
{i} borç verme
lent
uzunca perhiz süresi
lend to
uygun olmak
lender
(Ticaret) ödünç para veren
lender
(Kanun,Ticaret) mukriz
lent
ödünç verilmiş
lent
paskalya perhizi
lent
paskalyadan evvel gelen büyük perhiz
lent
titrek
lent
ödünç

Arkadaşının ona ödünç verdiği tüm parayı harcadı. - He spent all the money that his friend had lent him.

Banka ona 500 dolar ödünç verdi. - The bank lent him 500 dollars.

Lent
Hıristiyanlıkta Paskalya'dan önceki kırk gün boyunca yapılan büyük perhiz
lender
borç veren
lender
ödünç veren

Ne ödünç alan, ne de ödünç veren ol. - Neither a borrower nor a lender be.

Ne borçlu ne de ödünç veren ol! - Neither a borrower nor a lender be!

lending
{f} ödünç ver

Tom, bana on dolar ödünç verir misin? - Tom, would you mind lending me ten dollars?

Birkaç günlüğüne arabanı bana ödünç vermenin bir sakıncası olup olmadığını merak ediyorum. - I wonder if you would mind lending me your car for a couple of days.

lent
{f} ödünç ver

Banka ona 500 dolar ödünç verdi. - The bank lent him 500 dollars.

Bana ödünç verdiğin dergi çok ilginç. - The magazine which you lent me is very interesting.

give/lend s.o. a helping hand
birine yardım elini uzatmak
lending
ödünç verme

Birkaç günlüğüne arabanı bana ödünç vermenin bir sakıncası olup olmadığını merak ediyorum. - I wonder if you would mind lending me your car for a couple of days.

Sonunda Tom'u bisikletini bana ödünç vermesi için ikna ettim. - I finally talked Tom into lending me his bicycle.

lent
ödünç vermek

bir şeyi ödünç vermek.

mid lend sunday
perhiz ortasındaki pazar
Lent
{i} paskalya öncesi perhiz
Lent
(isim) paskalya öncesi perhiz
Lent
{i} Paskalyadan önce gelen büyük perhiz
can you lend me a bolt
cıvata ödünç verir misiniz
can you lend me a bulb
ampul ödünç verir misiniz
can you lend me a dime
siz bana bozuk para borç verebilir misiniz
can you lend me a flashlight
fener ödünç verir misiniz
can you lend me a hammer
çekiç ödünç verir misiniz
can you lend me a jack
kriko ödünç verir misiniz
can you lend me a screwdriver
tornavida ödünç verir misiniz
can you lend me a wrench
İngiliz anahtarı ödünç verir misiniz
can you lend me pliers
kerpeten ödünç verir misiniz
give/lend s.o. a
birine yardım elini uzatmak
lender
ödünç veren kimse
lent
Büyük Perhiz
lent
f., bak. lend
lent
(Tıp) Mercek anlamına önek
lent
ariyet
lent
lend ver/ödünç ver
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To make a loan
To borrow
to be suitable or applicable, to fit

The long history of the past does not lend itself to a simple black and white interpretation.

To allow to be used by someone temporarily, on condition that it or its equivalent will be returned
to be misled in a jocular or teasing manner

Don't get upset, I was just having a lend.

{v} to grant on condition of receiving the same or an equivalent in kind, to afford or grant
To allow the possession and use of, on condition of the return of an equivalent in kind; as, to lend money or some article of food
If you lend something that you own, you allow someone to have it or use it for a period of time. Will you lend me your jacket for a little while? He had lent the bungalow to the Conrads for a couple of weeks
When people or organizations such as banks lend you money, they give it to you and you agree to pay it back at a future date, often with an extra amount as interest. The bank is reassessing its criteria for lending money I had to lend him ten pounds to take his children to the pictures. financial de-regulation that led to institutions being more willing to lend. + lending lend·ing a financial institution that specializes in the lending of money. a slump in bank lending
give temporarily; let have for a limited time; "I will lend you my car"; "loan me some money" bestow a quality on; "Her presence lends a certain cachet to the company"; "The music added a lot to the play"; "She brings a special atmosphere to our meetings"; "This adds a light note to the program" have certain characteristics of qualities for something; be open or vulnerable to; "This story would lend itself well to serialization on television"; "The current system lends itself to great abuse
If something lends itself to a particular activity or result, it is easy for it to be used for that activity or to achieve that result. The room lends itself well to summer eating with its light, airy atmosphere
have certain characteristics of qualities for something; be open or vulnerable to; "This story would lend itself well to serialization on television"; "The current system lends itself to great abuse
If you lend your support to someone or something, you help them with what they are doing or with a problem that they have. He was approached by the organisers to lend support to a benefit concert Stipe attended yesterday's news conference to lend his support. = give
To let for hire or compensation; as, to lend a horse or gig
give temporarily; let have for a limited time; "I will lend you my car"; "loan me some money"
To afford; to grant or furnish in general; as, to lend assistance; to lend one's name or influence
bestow a quality on; "Her presence lends a certain cachet to the company"; "The music added a lot to the play"; "She brings a special atmosphere to our meetings"; "This adds a light note to the program"
to lend an ear: see ear to lend a hand: see hand
vt meminjamkan (pinjam)
To allow the custody and use of, on condition of the return of the same; to grant the temporary use of; as, to lend a book; opposed to borrow
to allow someone to use a sum of money that will have to be paid back
To provide money temporarily on the condition that it or its equivalent will be returned, often with an interest fee
{f} give on a temporary basis; give money as a loan; donate, contribute; give, impart; help, assist; accommodate, adapt
If something lends a particular quality to something else, it adds that quality to it. Enthusiastic applause lent a sense of occasion to the proceedings A more relaxed regime and regular work lends the inmates a dignity not seen in other prisons. see also lent
len
lend a hand
To help or assist, especially voluntarily

If we all lend a hand the work will go quickly.

lend a helping hand
Assist or facilitate (in some endeavour)
lend itself to
to be suitable for

The belief in a romantic chaos lends itself to pessimism, but it also lends itself to absolute self-assertion.

lend a hand
help, give assistance
lend an ear
{f} listen attentively; pay attention; give an ear
lend an ear to
listen, pay attention to the words of -
lend ear
listen, pay attention to the words
lend emphasis to
stress, accent, place emphasis on
lend oneself
be applicable to; as to an analysis; "This theory lends itself well to our new data"
lend oneself
be applicable to; as to an analysis; "This theory lends itself well to our new data
lend wings to
provide wings to -
lend-lease
System promulgated by Pres. Franklin Roosevelt to give aid to U.S. allies in World War II. Faced with Britain's inability to pay cash for war materials and food, as required by U.S. law, Roosevelt asked Congress to allow repayment "in kind or property" from countries vital to U.S. defense. The Lend-Lease Act was passed in March 1941, despite arguments that it led the U.S. closer to war. Much of the $49 billion in aid went to British Commonwealth countries; the Soviet Union, China, and 40 other countries also received assistance. U.S. troops stationed abroad received about $8 billion in aid from the Allies
lend-lease
the transfer of goods and services to an ally to aid in a common cause; "lend-lease during World War II was extremely generous
Lent
Period of penitence for Christians before Easter
lending
Action of the verb to lend
lending
That lends

a lending library.

lending
Present participle of lend
lender
{n} one who lends any thing to another
lent
{a} of to lend
lent
{n} the time of the long fast
Lent
quadragesima
Lent
{i} annual period of fasting and penitence observed by Christians in preparation for Easter (begins on Ash Wednesday and continues for 40 weekdays until Easter)
Lent
lenten
Lent
Lent is the period of forty days before Easter, during which some Christians give up something that they enjoy. Lent is the past tense and past participle of lend. The 40 weekdays from Ash Wednesday until Easter observed by Christians as a season of fasting and penitence in preparation for Easter. Past tense and past participle of lend. the 40 days before Easter when some Christians eat less food or stop doing something that they enjoy (Lenten (11-17 centuries), from lengten; because the days get longer in spring). the past tense and past participle of lend. In the Christian church, a period of penitential preparation for Easter, observed since apostolic times. Western churches once provided for a 40-day fast (excluding Sundays), in imitation of Jesus' fasting in the wilderness; one meal a day was allowed in the evening, and meat, fish, eggs, and butter were forbidden. These rules have gradually been relaxed, and only Ash Wednesday the first day of Lent in Western Christianity, when the penitent traditionally have their foreheads marked with ashes and Good Friday are now kept as Lenten fast days. Rules of fasting are stricter in the Eastern churches
lender
The financial institution or bank that provides funding for loans
lender
A financial institution (bank, savings and loan, or credit union) that provides the funds for students and parents to borrow educational loans Some schools are also lenders
lender
The organization that provides the money for a student loan The lender may be a bank, a credit union, a school, the federal government, or another lending organization The lender is the organization to whom the borrower initially owes repayment, and at that point, the lender is also the holder of the borrower's loan
lender
The bank or lending institution that provides the money to the borrower for the loan For Federal Direct Loans, the lender is the federal government
lender
The financial institution that provides funding for a student loan
lender
One who lends
lender
The bank, mortgage company, or mortgage broker offering the loan
lender
an organisation that lends money - usually, but not exclusively, a bank or financial institution
lender
A bank, credit union or other financial institution that provides funds to the student or parent for an educational loan
lender
The bank, credit union, or other financial institution that provides funds to a borrower (student of parent) for an educational loan
lender
The bank, mortgage company, or mortgage broker offering the loan Many institutions only "originate" loans and then resell the obligation to third parties
lender
Any bank, credit union, mortgage company, or savings institution that offers home loans
lender
A bank, credit union, savings & loan association, or other financial institution that provides funds to the student or parent for an educational loan
lender
The party who disburses funds to the borrower at the closing table The lender receives the note evidencing the borrower's indebtedness and obligation to repay, and the mortgage which is the lien on the subject property
lender
The bank, credit union or savings and loan association that provided a borrower's federal student loan
lender
The actual company that provides the finance to meet with a request for a loan or mortgage
lender
Financial institution (usually a bank, savings and loan, or credit union) that provides the funds for student loans Back to the top of the page
lender
someone who lends money or gives credit in business matters
lender
The individual, party or financial institution from whom money is borrowed Also known as the mortgagee, in the case of a mortgage loan
lender
A lender is a person or an institution that lends money to people. the six leading mortgage lenders. a person or organization that lends money to people on condition that they pay it back
lender
Your lender is the bank or financial institution that makes your student loan Always remember the name of your lender
lender
{i} one who lends, one who loans
lender
the institution that provides the money to be borrowed through the student loan program
lender
This is the institution that has made a loan or given a mortgage to the transferee There can be more than one mortgage on a property, including a home equity loan
lender
A financial institution, such as a bank or credit union, which provides the funds for students and parents to borrow educational loans in the FFELP program Some schools are also lenders
lender
A financial institution (bank, savings and loan, or credit union) that provides the funds for students and parents to borrow educational loans
lender
The bank, mortgage company or mortgage broker that makes the home loan
lender
The bank or lending institution that allows you to borrow from them in the form of a loan
lender
one who lends, especially money
lenders
plural of lender
lending
The act of one who lends
lending
That which is lent or furnished
lending
{i} act of giving something with the understanding that it will be returned; giving money as a loan; giving; imparting
lending
disposing of money or property with the expectation that the same thing (or an equivalent) will be returned
lends
Loins
lends
Third person singular simple present of to lend
lent
(Gr Sarakosti) The fifty-days fast preceeding Easter for the spiritual preparation of the faithful to observe the feast of the Ressurection Besides Lent, the Orthodox Church has assigned a number of other fasting periods (see abstinence and special section of this book)
lent
A six week period extending from Ash Wednesday to sundown on Holy Thursday It is a retreat time in preparation for the Easter Triduum
lent
The season of preparation for Easter and a time of fasting, penitence, almsgiving, prayer, and study
lent
Slow; mild; gentle; as, lenter heats
lent
past of lend
lent
a period of 40 weekdays from Ash Wednesday to Holy Saturday
lent
the season of 40 days which starts on Ash Wednesday and ends with the celebration of the Easter Vigil on Easter morning During this is a time of fasting (optional) and penance Usually people also give up something so that they can grow closer to God as they abstain from whatever they have given up (BCP 166 – 167, 218 – 219)
lent
A period of forty days of fasting, reflection, and preparation for Easter It recalls the time Christ spent, shortly before beginning his public ministry, overcoming temptation in the wilderness (Matthew 4: 2, Mark 1: 13, Luke 4: 2)
lent
of Lend
lent
The 40 days, from Ash Wednesday to Holy Week Represents the 40 days that Jesus spent in the wilderness
lent
In some branches of Christianity, a period of fasting just before easter See Pentecost
lent
A fast of forty days, beginning with Ash Wednesday and continuing till Easter, observed by some Christian churches as commemorative of the fast of our Savior
lent
'Lengthening day,' 'spring' (Anglo-Saxon); the preparatory period before Easter, lasting forty days 'Lengthening day,' 'spring' (Anglo-Saxon); the preparatory period before Easter, lasting forty days
lent
Lent is the period of fasting and penitence, which, on the Christian calendar, leads up to the festival of Easter It begins with Ash Wednesday and the fast is broken with breakfast on Good Friday Halfway through Lent, the fast can be broken for Mothering Sunday
lent
The 40 days before Easter (excluding Sundays) It begins on Ash Wednesday and is a time for us to remember the forgiveness of our sins because of Christ's death and how much God loves us
lent
The season of the church year from Ash Wednesday to Easter (40 days, not counting Sundays)
lent
The six week (+/-) period leading up to the celebration of Jesus' resurrection, Easter, beginning on Ash Wednesday (the Wednesday of the sixth week before Easter ) It is a time of solemn penitence and reflection to prepare for commemoration of Jesus' passion, death and resurrection
lent
the forty days preceding Easter; a period of fasting
lent
Slow
lent
The 40 days from Ash Wednesday to Easter a season of penitence and prayer in preparation for the Resurrection of our Lord
lent
A six-week period extending from Ash Wednesday to sundown on Holy Thursday It is a retreat time in preparation for the Easter Triduum
lent
Period of fasting before Easter starting on Ash Wednesday From Old English lencten (= lengthen), hence spring, when the days lengthen March was called lencten monath, > lencten faesten > Lent
lent
the period of fasting, sobriety and meditation following Ash Wednesday; in the past Lent was widely associated with denial or "giving something up for Lent ": "I gave up smoking for Lent " Or, "I gave up desserts for Lent " The season recalls the period of Christ's fasting and meditation in the wilderness, so traditionally is for a period of forty days--from Ash Wednesday to Palm Sunday The term is derived from an old word for 'lengthen' which referred to the lengthening days of early sping
lent
From an Anglo-Saxon word, lencten, meaning, "spring," the time of the lengthening of the days Lent is one of the six seasons of the church year and is the forty-day period beginning on Ash Wednesday and ending on Holy Saturday (the day before Easter) The period is actually 46 days, but since Sundays are feast days, they are never included in the count Lent is intended to be a period of preparation and penitence marked by fasting, meditation and sobriety Lent is widely associated with denial -- "giving something up for Lent "
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