manners

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} terbiye

İnsanları parmakla göstermek terbiyesizlik. - It's bad manners to point at people.

Dolu ağzınla konuşmak terbiyesizlik olması gerekiyor. - It's supposed to be bad manners to talk with your mouth full.

töre

Törelerinize ne oldu? - Where are your manners?

Ya sizin töreleriniz? - What about your manners!

adabımuaşeret

Ebeveynlerin sana adabımuaşeret öğretmedi mi? - Didn't your parents teach you manners?

adap
örf
görgü

Yurt dışında eğitim görerek, öğrenciler diğer görgü ve gelenekler ile temas kurabilirler. - By studying overseas, students can come into contact with other manners and customs.

Sana bazı görgü kurallarını öğretmek zorunda kalacağım! - I'm going to have to teach you all some manners!

tavırlar/biçimler/görgü
{i} hareket tarzı
{i} edep

Fakat onun edepsizliği var. - But he has bad manners.

ahlak

Tom'un mükemmel ahlakı, Meryem'in anne babasında büyük bir intiba bıraktı. - Tom's impeccable manners made a big impression on Mary's parents.

manner
yol
manner
tutum

Tom çok iyi tutuma sahip. - Tom has very good manners.

Tom'un hiç tutumu yok. - Tom has no manners at all.

manner
tarz

Onun konuşma tarzı benim sinirlerimi bozuyor. - Her manner of speaking gets on my nerves.

Senin konuşma tarzını kullanmak için, onun seni sevip sevmediğini bilmiyorum; ama onun döneceğini biliyorum. - I do not know if, to use your manner of speech, he loves you; but I know that he will return.

good manners
görgü

Onun görgü yokluğu yüzünden dehşete düştüm. - I was appalled by her lack of good manners.

Selamlar, görgü kurallarının temelidir. - Greetings are the basis of good manners.

manner
tavır

Senin tavırların çok iyi değil. - Your manners aren't very good.

Onun aristokrat tavırları beni şaşırtıyor. - His aristocratic manners amaze me.

manners and customs
örf ve adetler
manners and customs
örf  ve adetler
Manners betray feelings
(Atasözü) Aç esner, aşık gerinir. (Davranışlar niyeti gösterir.)
manner
davranış

Onun davranışları bir centilmen tavrı değildir. - His manners are not those of a gentleman.

Tom Mary'nin kötü davranışlarına daha fazla katlanamaz. - Tom can't put up with Mary's bad manners any longer.

manner
tavır ve hareket
manner
fason
manner
{i} usul
manner
ton
manner
eda
manner
adet
manner
hareket tarzı

Onun hareket tarzını sevmiyorum. - I don't like her manner.

european manners
alafrangalık
manner
makam
manner
üslup
manner
yöntem
rules of good manners
görgü kuralları
manner
biçim

Telefon soygunu olağanüstü bir biçimde engellendi. - Phone robbery thwarted in unusual manner.

Kim çok çekici bir biçimde giyinmiş. - Kim is dressed in a very attractive manner.

manner
davranış şekli
Don´t you have any manners?
Sende hiç terbiye yok mu?
bad manners
terbiyesizlik

İnsanları parmakla göstermek terbiyesizlik. - It's bad manners to point at people.

Ağzın doluyken konuşmak terbiyesizliktir. - It's bad manners to speak with your mouth full.

ill manners
kötü davranış
its bad manners.
onun kötü davranışları
lacking good manners; impolite; ill-bred
görgü eksik, kaba, görgüsüz
Look to your manners
Davranışlarına dikkat et!/Kendine gel!
be of good manners
görgülü olmak
forget one's manners
terbiyesini bozmak
forget one's manners
kendini kaybetmek
good manners
terbiyeli olma
have manners
görgülü olmak
have manners
terbiyeli olmak
have no manners
görgüsüz olmak
have no manners
terbiyesiz olmak
manner
terbiye

İnsanları parmakla göstermek terbiyesizlik. - It's bad manners to point at people.

Dolu ağzınla konuşmak terbiyesizlik olması gerekiyor. - It's supposed to be bad manners to talk with your mouth full.

manner
all manner of her seşit
manner
asl
manner
her halde
manner
görgü

Onun görgü yokluğu yüzünden dehşete düştüm. - I was appalled by her lack of good manners.

Masa görgüsünü onlara kim öğretti? - Who taught them table manners?

manner
{i} çeşit
manner
(Tıp) Şekil, tarz
manner
her zamanki konuşma ve hareket şekli
of good manners
görgülü
teach manners
terbiye etmek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
plural form of manner
Etiquette (always plural in this sense)
{n} studied civility, conduct, morals
social deportment; "he has the manners of a pig
plural of manner
{i} proper conduct or behaviour, politeness, courtesy
social deportment; "he has the manners of a pig"
bad manners
The treatment of other people in an impolite or discourteous way, or incorrect behaviour in public

In some cultures, it is considered to be bad manners to talk with your mouth full.

comedy of manners
A comic work that satirizes the manners and affectations of a social class, often represented by stock characters
good manners
The treatment of other people with courtesy and politeness, and showing correct public behaviour

In most countries, it is considered to be good manners to offer your seat to an elderly person on crowded public transport.

ill manners
poor manners, rudeness
manner
Characteristic mode of acting, conducting, carrying one's self; bearing; habitual style
manner
Customary method of acting; habit

These people have strange manners.

manner
Sort; kind; style; -- in this application sometimes having the sense of a plural, sorts or kinds
manner
standards of conduct cultured and product of mind
table manners
The manner of a behavior of an individual while dining

Some of the children had good table manners; some not.

table manners
An accepted code of conduct for behaviour at a dining table

Basic table manners were covered in the first day of finishing school, but more followed.

good manners
a courteous manner
good manners
etiquette, politeness, good breeding, proper decorum
manner
{i} mode, fashion, style; behavior, way; type, kind
manner
{n} a form, custom, way, kind, turn, cast
comedy of manners
1. A play, novel, or film that gives a satirical portrayal of behaviour in a particular social group
acquire manners
obtain manners, get to know manners
bad manners
impoliteness, lack of courtesy
bad manners
impoliteness resulting from ignorance
comedy of manners
A comedy satirizing the attitudes and behavior of a particular social group, often of fashionable society. comedies of manners a play, film, or television programme that shows how silly people's behaviour is or can be. Witty, ironic form of drama that satirizes the manners and fashions of a particular social class or set. Comedies of manners were usually written by sophisticated authors for members of their own social class, and they typically are concerned with social usage and the ability or inability of certain characters to meet social standards, which are often exacting but morally trivial. The plot, usually concerning an illicit love affair or other scandalous matter, is subordinate to the play's brittle atmosphere, witty dialogue, and pungent commentary on human foibles. Its notable exponents include William Congreve, Oliver Goldsmith, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Oscar Wilde, and Noel Coward
comedy of manners
comedy that ridicules through the use of satire the manners and behaviours of a certain class of society
common manners
bad manners, lack of courtesy, impoliteness
court manners
manners observed by members of a royal court
crude manners
impoliteness, lack of courtesy
elementary manners
basic manners, basic etiquette, courtesy, politeness
forgot his manners
misbehaved
have no manners
be rude and impolite
improve manners
learn to behave politely, teach proper manners
manner
The manner in which you do something is the way that you do it. She smiled again in a friendly manner I'm a professional and I have to conduct myself in a professional manner The manner in which young children are spoken to varies depending on who is present
manner
Sort; kind; style; in this application sometimes having the sense of a plural, sorts or kinds
manner
a kind; "what manner of man are you?"
manner
Characteristic mode of acting, conducting, carrying one's self, or the like; bearing; habitual style
manner
Carriage; behavior; deportment; also, becoming behavior; well-bred carriage and address
manner
a kind; "what manner of man are you?
manner
Someone's manner is the way in which they behave and talk when they are with other people, for example whether they are polite, confident, or bad-tempered. His manner was self-assured and brusque + -mannered -mannered Forrest was normally mild-mannered, affable, and untalkative The British are considered ill-mannered, badly dressed and unsophisticated
manner
If you refer to all manner of objects or people, you are talking about objects or people of many different kinds. Mr Winchester is impressively knowledgeable about all manner of things
manner
Certain degree or measure; as, it is in a manner done already
manner
how something is done or how it happens; "her dignified manner"; "his rapid manner of talking"; "their nomadic mode of existence"; "in the characteristic New York style"; "a lonely way of life"; "in an abrasive fashion"
manner
a way of acting or behaving
manner
a way of acting or behaving how something is done or how it happens; "her dignified manner"; "his rapid manner of talking"; "their nomadic mode of existence"; "in the characteristic New York style"; "a lonely way of life"; "in an abrasive fashion"
manner
Characteristic mode of acting, conducting, carrying ones self, or the like; bearing; habitual style
manner
Mode of action; way of performing or effecting anything; method; style; form; fashion
manner
The style of writing or thought of an author; characteristic peculiarity of an artist
manner
vagueness You say in a manner of speaking to indicate that what you have just said is true, but not absolutely or exactly true. An attorney is your employee, in a manner of speaking = in a way
manner
If someone has good manners, they are polite and observe social customs. If someone has bad manners, they are impolite and do not observe these customs. He dressed well and had impeccable manners They taught him his manners. see also bedside manner, table manners
mind one's manners
remain polite, be sure to be courteous
parlor manners
company manners, best behavior, proper etiquette
prepossessing manners
attractive qualities, enchanting characteristics
social manners
courtesies dictated by society, way of acting that is expected in a certain society
table manners
You can use table manners to refer to the way you behave when you are eating a meal at a table. He attacked the food as quickly as decent table manners allowed. the way in which someone eats their food - used when considering how socially acceptable it is
table manners
way of behaving at a table
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение manners в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

edep erkân the rules of good manners, etiquette, the polite way
(to do something)
manners

    Расстановка переносов

    Man·ners

    Турецкое произношение

    mänırz

    Произношение

    /ˈmanərz/ /ˈmænɜrz/

    Этимология

    [ 'ma-n&r ] (noun.) 12th century. Middle English manere, from Old French maniere way of acting, from Vulgar Latin manuaria, from Latin, feminine of manuarius of the hand, from manus hand; more at MANUAL.

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