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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
mayıs

Mayıs ayının başında Osaka'ya vardılar. - They arrived in Osaka at the beginning of May.

İngiltere ve İskoçya, 1 Mayıs 1707'de birleşti ve Büyük Britanya Krallığı'nı oluşturdu. - England and Scotland were unified on May 1, 1707, to form the Kingdom of Great Britain.

{i} bahar

Belki paskalyadan sonra bahar gelecek. - Maybe after easter, spring will come.

Köylüler bahar bayramı direğinin etrafında dans ediyorlar. - The villagers are dancing around the Maypole.

{f} mümkün olmak
{f} ebilmek
{f} abilmek
{f} olası olmak
bilmek

Bir otelde yangın kaçışının nerede olduğunu bilmek hayatınızı kurtarabilir. - Knowing where the fire escape is in a hotel may save your life.

Bilmek istemeyebilirsin. - You may not want to know.

{i} gençlik
yardımcı f. (might) -ebilmek, -meli, -malı (İzin/olanak/olasılık belirtir.): May I have a drink of water? Bana bir bardak su verir misin? He
akdiken çiçekleri
(olasılık belirtir) -ebilmek
(izin belirtir) -ebilmek
(dilek belirtir) --ir inşallah
{i} mayıs çiçeği
{i} mayıs, mayıs ayı
{i} akdiken
-ebilmek
yılın beşinci ayı
kiraz ayı
may as well
bari
may it be easy
kolay gelsin
may it be healthy
sıhhatler olsun
may it be healthy
saatler olsun
may well be
anlaşılan
May Day
Bir Mayıs
May beetle
mayısböceği
may beetle
mayıs böceği
may day
01.May
May I trouble you for the salt?
Tuzu verebilir mısınız?
May I venture a suggestion?
Bir teklifte bulunabilir mıyım?
may as well
bari,daha iyi olur
may be
olabilir

Sosyal ağlarda hırsızlar, sahteciler, sapıklar veya katiller olabilir. Güvenliğiniz için, onlara inanmamalısınız. - There may be thieves, fakers, perverts or killers in social networks. For your security, you shouldn't believe them.

Sosyal ağlarda zararsız bir kişi gibi görünen bir katil olabilir. - There may be a killer who looks harmless in any social network.

may bug
mayıs böceği
may chafer
mayıs böceği olabilir
may god bestow a blessing on -!
tanrı bir nimet armağan olabilir -!
may grant the title
sıfatını bahşetsin
may have to
bişey yapmak zorunda kalabilirsiniz
may i have a word with you?
seninle bir kelime olabilir?
may it be easy!.
kolay olabilir o!
may it be, amen and amen, let it be
Amin ve amin, o olsun olabilir o
may lily
olabilir zambak
may not be eaten
yemiş olabilir
may not be solved
münhal olmayabilir
may the odds be ever in your favor
(Atasözü) İyi şans dilemek için kullanılan "Şans hep sizden yana olsun" anlamına gelen söz
may tree
olabilir ağacı
may you be
belki de sen olabilirsin
may you be
…olasın
may your turn come next
(deyim) (Turkish saying) Darısı başına
may-bug
olabilir-bug
may-december relationship
Yaş farkı olan ilişki; ikinci bahar
May Day
1 Mayıs
May i trouble you for
Tuzu verebilir misiniz?
May i venture a
Bir teklifte bulunabilir miyim?
may god have pity on him
allah acısın
may god reform him
allah ıslah etsin
may i ask who's calling
kim arıyor sorabilir miyim
may i bother you for a moment
sizi bir dakika rahatsız edebilir miyim
may i browse
kitaplara göz atabilir miyim
may i check my e mail
e mailimi kontrol edebilir miyim
may i drop the car off at my destination
arabayı yolumun üstünde bir yere bırakabilir miyim
may i have a bottle of beer
bir şişe bira alabilir miyim
may i have a carafe of beer
bir sürahi bira alabilir miyim
may i have a copy of the accident report
kaza raporunun bir kopyasını alabilir miyim
may i have a glass of beer
bir bardak bira alabilir miyim
may i have a pair of socks
çorap alabilir miyim
may i have a pair of stockings
İnce çorap alabilir miyim
may i have a pint of beer
bir bardak büyük boy bira alabilir miyim
may i have another customs form
bir tane daha gümrük formu alabilir miyim
may i have it for my own
benim olsun mu
may i have my baggage back
(fiil)lizimi geri alabilir miyim
may i have my baggage back
valizimi geri alabilir miyim
may i have some bread
biraz ekmek alabilir miyim
may i have some butter
biraz tereyağı alabilir miyim
may i have some dressing
biraz sos alabilir miyim
may i have some lemon
biraz limon alabilir miyim
may i have some mustard
biraz hardal alabilir miyim
may i have some oil
biraz yağ alabilir miyim
may i have some pepper
biraz biber alabilir miyim
may i have some salt
biraz tuz alabilir miyim
may i have some sugar
biraz şeker alabilir miyim
may i have some sweetener
biraz tatlandırıcı alabilir miyim
may i have some vinegar
biraz sirke alabilir miyim
may i have the bill
hesap alabilir miyim
may i have the menu and the wine list, please
mönüyü ve şarap mönüsünü alabilir miyim lütfen
may i have the program, please
bir program alabilir miyim
may i have this dance, please
bu dansı bana lütfeder misiniz
may i have your address
adresinizi alabilir miyim
may i have your e mail
e mail adresinizi alabilir miyim
may i have your name and address
İsminizi ve adresinizi alabilir miyim
may i have your telephone number
telefon numaranızı alabilir miyim
may i help you
nasıl yardımcı olabilirim
may i help you
(isim)sıl yardımcı olabilirim
may i introduce you to my granddaughter
sizi torunum ile tanıştırabilir miyim
may i introduce you to my grandfather
sizi dedem ile tanıştırabilir miyim
may i introduce you to my grandmother
sizi anneannem ile tanıştırabilir miyim
may i introduce you to my grandson
sizi torunum ile tanıştırabilir miyim
may i introduce you to my husband
sizi eşim ile tanıştırabilir miyim
may i introduce you to my wife
sizi eşim ile tanıştırabilir miyim
may i leave the car in the airport
arabayı havalimanında bırakabilir miyim
may i offer you a drink
size bir içki ikram edebilir miyim
may i offer you our wine list
şarap menümüzü görmek ister misiniz
may i open the window
pencereyi açabilir miyim
may i pick it up
elime alabilir miyim
may i recline my seat
koltuğumu yatırabilir miyim
may i see a wristwatch that shows the date
tarihi gösteren bir kol saati görebilir miyim
may i see your boarding pass, please
biniş kartınızı görebilir miyim
may i see your passport, please
pasaportunuzu görebilir miyim
may i smoke
sigara içebilir miyim
may i speak to the manager
yönetici ile görüşebilir miyim
may i take a look at it
bakabilir miyim
may i take pictures here
burada fotoğraf çekebilir miyim
may i taste a little
biraz tadabilir miyim
may i treat you
size ısmarlayabilir miyim
may i use a flash
flaş kullanabilir miyim
may i use your bathroom
tuvaleti kullanabilir miyim
may i use your phone
telefonunuzu kullanabilir miyim
may it do you no good!
hayrını görme!
may it do you no good!
al da başına çal!
may we camp out here
burada kamp yapabilir miyiz
may your life be spared
başınız sağ olsun
if i may
izin verirseniz
whom it may concern
ilgili makama
whom it may concern
ilgili kişiye
come what may
ne olursa olsun

Ne olursa olsun, neşeli kalmalıyız. - Come what may, we must remain cheerful.

Ne olursa olsun vazifemizi yerine getirmeliyiz. - Come what may, we must do our duty.

devil may care
başıboş
devil-may-care
başıboş
devil-may-care
pervasız
first of may
bir mayıs
mid may
mayıs'ın ortası
be that as it may
Yine de, bununla birlikte, öyle olsa bile. - İ take your point that it's a tough job. Be that as it may, he knew that when he took it on
that may be construed
Bu yorumlanamaz olabilir
may be
olumsal
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The fifth month of the Gregorian calendar, following April and preceding June
A surname
The hawthorn or its blossoms (as it blooms in May)
A female given name, pet name for Mary and Margaret, reinforced by the month and plant meaning
To be strong; to have power (over)
To be able; can

But many times we give way to passions we may resist and will not.

To be able to go

O weary night, O long and tedious night, / Abate thy houres, shine comforts from the East, / That I may backe to Athens by day-light .

The hawthorn bush or its blossoms
To have permission to, be allowed. Used in granting permission and in questions to make polite requests

May I sit there?.

Expressing a wish (with present subjunctive effect)

May you stay forever young.

Expressing a present possibility; possibly

He may be lying.

To gather may

In valleys green and still / Where lovers wander maying.

From rfc2119: 'This word, or the adjective "OPTIONAL", mean that an item is truly optional One vendor may choose to include the item because a particular marketplace requires it or because the vendor feels that it enhances the product while another vendor may omit the same item An implementation which does not include a particular option MUST be prepared to interoperate with another implementation which does include the option, though perhaps with reduced functionality In the same vein an implementation which does include a particular option MUST be prepared to interoperate with another implementation which does not include the option (except, of course, for the feature the option provides )'
pet name for Mary and Margaret, reinforced by the month and plant meaning
If you do something so that a particular thing may happen, you do it so that there is an opportunity for that thing to happen. the need for an increase in the numbers of surgeons so that patients may be treated as soon as possible = can
You use may when you are giving permission to someone to do something, or when asking for permission. Mr Hobbs? May we come in? If you wish, you may now have a glass of milk = can
emphasis You use may in expressions such as I may add and I may say in order to emphasize a statement that you are making. They spent their afternoons playing golf -- extremely badly, I may add -- around Loch Lomond Both of them, I may say, are thoroughly reliable men
You use may when you are mentioning the reaction or attitude that you think someone is likely to have to something you are about to say. You know, Brian, whatever you may think, I work hard for a living
be that as it may: see be may as well: see well. A peninsula of southern New Jersey between the Atlantic Ocean and Delaware Bay. The southern tip forms Cape May Point. The blossoms of the hawthorn. the fifth month of the year, between April and June next/last May (mai, from Maius, from Maia Roman goddess). the white or pink flowers of the hawthorn. Alcott Louisa May Fifth of May May beetle Lessing Doris May Doris May Tayler May Day May Fourth Movement Gloria May Josephine Svensson
politeness You use may when you are making polite requests. I'd like the use of your living room, if I may May I come with you to Southampton? = can
People sometimes use may to express hopes and wishes. Courage seems now to have deserted him. May it quickly reappear
{n} the 5th month, the gay part of life, youth
{v} auxiliary verb, to go a maying
You use may in statements where you are accepting the truth of a situation, but contrasting it with something that is more important. I may be almost 50, but there's not a lot of things I've forgotten
You use may to indicate that something is sometimes true or is true in some circumstances. A vegetarian diet may not provide enough calories for a child's normal growth Up to five inches of snow may cover the mountains. = might
vagueness You use may to indicate that there is a possibility that something is true, but you cannot be certain. Civil rights officials say there may be hundreds of other cases of racial violence = might
vagueness You use may to indicate that something will possibly happen or be true in the future, but you cannot be certain. We may have some rain today I may be back next year I don't know if they'll publish it or not. They may Scientists know that cancer may not show up for many years. = might
You use may to indicate that someone is allowed to do something, usually because of a rule or (Hukuk) You use may not to indicate that someone is not allowed to do something. Any two persons may marry in Scotland provided that both persons are at least 16 years of age on the day of their marriage Adolescents under the age of 18 may not work in jobs that require them to drive
vagueness You use may have with a past participle when suggesting that it is possible that something happened or was true, or when giving a possible explanation for something. He may have been to some of those places The chaos may have contributed to the deaths of up to 20 people
{i} fifth month of the Gregorian calendar; female first name
May is the fifth month of the year in the Western calendar. May is a modal verb. It is used with the base form of a verb
You use may when you are mentioning a quality or fact about something that people can make use of if they want to. The bag has narrow straps, so it may be worn over the shoulder or carried in the hand = can
{i} hawthorne tree or bush; flowers of the hawthorne bush; young woman (Archaic); springtime
With respect to implementations, the word "may" is to be interpreted as an optional feature that is not required in this specification but can be provided With respect to Document Conformance, the word "may" means that the optional feature must not be used The term "optional" has the same definition as "may"
Emerald Green Onyx Chrysoprase Green
The early part or springtime of life
To have permission to. Used in granting permission and in questions to make polite requests
Is permissible
The fifth month of the year, containing thirty-one days
Expressing something that is possibly true
A document or user interface is conforming whether this statement applies or not
Postcards/Rack Cards
The merrymaking of May Day
Desire or wish, as in prayer, imprecation, benediction, and the like
Modesty, courtesy, or concession, or a desire to soften a question or remark
Liberty; permission; allowance
An auxiliary verb qualifying the meaning of another verb, by expressing: Ability, competency, or possibility; now oftener expressed by can
Pouvoir Peut Demande polie Probabilité May I go to the washroom? Steve may get a good score
Discretionary and is not mandatory or required (3)
The implementation is not obliged to follow this in any way
The flowers of the hawthorn; so called from their time of blossoming; also, the hawthorn
"Fan bearer on the King's [Akhenaten's] Right Hand" Links: Royalty
Contingency or liability; possibility or probability
Conforming objects and xAIML interpreters are permitted to but need not behave as described
A maiden
5/1 7: 15 AM 10 Taurus5/30 11: 20 PM 9 degree Gemini 5/15 10: 36 PM 25 degree Taurus/Scorpio Lunar Eclipse
thorny Eurasian shrub of small tree having dense clusters of white to scarlet flowers followed by deep red berries; established as an escape in eastern North America
{f} can; allow; be possible; wish, would that
Emerald
aux may; can [OE mæî]
Possibly, but not certainly
The word "may" is conditional, and implies that there is discretion as to whether a condition exists or an act or action will take place
the month following April and preceding June
the Roman goddess of growth and increase and the mother of Hermes
n bulan Mei 2 n Mei
Maximum Average Yield The average yield that would be obtained from a fishery over time under a CAY harvest strategy
Word "may" usually is employed to imply permissive, optional or discretional, and not mandatory
Indicates the existence of an option
Denotes an allowable option or permissible practice Can also indicate a best-management practice Written justification for a decision not to implement a "may" statement is not required
mayo

Aren't you the mayor? - Aren't you the mayor?

May 35th
The fourth of June, the anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, known in China as the June Fourth Incident
May Day
The first day of May, the traditional day for pagan fertility rites
May Day
The first day of May, a spring festival, a celebration of the beginning of the spring
May Day
The first day of May, a world-wide workers' holiday
May Days
plural form of May Day
May Queen
A girl chosen to walk at the front of the May Day procession
May apple
The fruit of the plant Podophyllum peltatum
May apple
A fruit-bearing flowering plant with poisonous roots, native to eastern North America, taxonomic name Podophyllum peltatum
May apples
plural form of May apple
May blossom
A species of flower-bearing hawthorn with edible berries, taxonomic name Crataegus monogyna
May-September romance
A romantic relationship where one partner is significantly older than the other

The 40-year-old man and his 20-year-old girlfriend were involved in a May-September romance.

May-September romances
plural form of May-September romance
may of
Common misspelling of may have
may the Force be with you
Used to wish someone luck with a difficult endeavor
may've
may have

He may've hid? asked Bentley. The boatswain nodded an affirmative. He may've, sir. But we looked and searched a bit, and we found nothing. We flushed a few more drunken buggers out for locking up, but no Black Bob. I'm sorry, sir, but I wouldn't be surprised....

May Ball
a formal dance held at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge every year in June. Students dress formally for a May Ball, and it is expensive to go to one
May Day
spring festival celebrated on the 1st of May; holiday celebrated on the 1st of May in honor of workers and labor organizations
May Day
May Day is the 1st of May, which in many countries is celebrated as a public holiday, especially as one in honour of working people. the first day of May, when left-wing political parties in some countries celebrate, and when people traditionally celebrate the arrival of spring. In Europe, the day (May 1) for traditional springtime celebrations. It probably originated in pre-Christian agricultural rituals. Celebrations included a May king and queen, a Maypole, and people carrying trees, green branches, or garlands. May Day was designated an international labour day by the International Socialist Congress of 1899, and it remains the standard Labour Day worldwide, with a few exceptions, including Canada and the U.S. A major holiday in the Soviet Union and other communist countries, it was the occasion for important political demonstrations
May Fourth Movement
Chinese intellectual revolution and sociopolitical reform movement (1917-21). In 1915 young intellectuals inspired by Chen Duxiu began agitating for the reform and strengthening of Chinese society through acceptance of Western science, democracy, and schools of thought, one objective being to make China strong enough to resist Western imperialism. On May 4, 1919, reformist zeal found focus in a protest by Beijing's students against the Versailles Peace Conference's decision to transfer former German concessions in China to Japan. After more than a month of demonstrations, strikes, and boycotts of Japanese goods, the government gave way and refused to sign the peace treaty with Germany. The movement spurred the successful reorganization of the Nationalist Party and gave birth to the Chinese Communist Party. See also Treaty of Versailles
May Queen
a young woman chosen as queen as part of the May Day celebrations. She wears a crown of flowers on her head, and she is also called Queen of the May
May he live long and happily
May he be blessed with a long joyous life!
May he live long!
May he be blessed with a long life!
May he live!
May he be blessed with a long life!
May he rest in Paradise!
May his soul rest in Heaven
May she live!
May she be blessed with a long life!
May the Lord revenge his blood!
May God take vengeance on his death
may I see
could I look, is it possible to see
may I see your driver's license
show me your driver's license, give me your driving permit
may I?
am I allowed? am I permitted?
may all your dreams come true
I wish that all your fantasies will be realized
may apple
edible but insipid fruit of the May apple plant
may as well be dead
has no reason for living, considered unimportant or worthless (said of oneself in despair, or of another person in disgust)
may be
possibly, could be, might be
may beetle
cockchafer: any of various large European beetles destructive to vegetation as both larvae and adult
may beetle
June beetle: any of various large usually brown North American leaf-eating beetles common in late spring; the larvae feed on roots of grasses etc
may day
observed in the United States to celebrate the coming of spring; observed in Russia in honor of labor
may he rest in peace
may his soul be at peace, may his memory be blessed (said of one who is deceased)
may laws
In Russia, severe oppressive laws against Jews, which have given occasion for great persecution; so called because they received the assent of the czar in May, 1882, and because likened to the Prussian May laws (see Kulturkampf)
may laws
See Kulturkampf, above
may queen
the girl chosen queen of a May Day festival
may tree
The hawthorn
may wine
a punch made of moselle and sugar and sparkling water or champagne flavored with sweet woodruff
may you live long
may you live many more years, may you live until old age
may you prosper
I wish you success
may've
May've is a spoken form of `may have', especially when `have' is an auxiliary verb. the short form of 'may have'
April showers bring May flowers
April, traditionally a rainy period, gives way to May, when flowers will bloom because of the water provided to them by the April rains
April showers bring May flowers
By extension, that a period of discomfort can provide the basis for a period of happiness
a cat may look at a king
Even a purported inferior has certain abilities, even in the presence of a purported superior
be it as it may
Even if that is the case; whether that is true or not; nevertheless
be that as it may
Even if that is the case; whether that is true or not; nevertheless

They seem to think I'm photogenic. Be that as it may, and Rollins surely is a striking figure, his music and only his music matters.

come what may
In spite of anything that might happen; whatever may occur

He assured us that he would attend the wedding come what may.

devil-may-care
carefree or recklessly irresponsible
mid-May
Happening in the middle of May
mid-May
Any time in the middle of May
mid-May
In the middle of May
ne'er cast a clout til May be out
Advice not to change from winter clothes to summer clothes until June, as there is often a sudden cold snap in May
there may be snow on the rooftop but there is fire in the furnace
Even if a person is in his or her senior years, with gray hair, he or she can still have ambition and energy, especially sexual energy
to whom it may concern
Used as a salutation in a letter when the writer does not know who will read the letter
to whom this may concern
A phrase used to begin a formal letter to an unknown recipient
your mileage may vary
To express a possible difference in taste, "this is just my opinion, your opinion may be different"

That red dress looks really good on you, but your mileage may vary, of course.

your mileage may vary
It may work differently in your situation, or be different in your experience

Those batteries last nine hours in my laptop, but your mileage may vary.

if i may be so bold
A polite way of asking for or suggesting something when you do not want to offend someone
mayest
thou mayest you may
mayest
alternative spelling of mayst
mayest
Second-person singular simple present form of may
mayst
Variant of mayest. thou mayst you may
mayst
alternative spelling of mayest
mayst
Second-person singular simple present form of may
may

    Расстановка переносов

    May

    Турецкое произношение

    mey

    Синонимы

    can, could, might

    Произношение

    /ˈmā/ /ˈmeɪ/

    Этимология

    [ mA ] (verbal auxiliary.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English, from Old French mai, from Latin māius, Maia's month, from Maia, a Roman earth goddess, possibly from Proto-Indo-European *magya, she who is great, from Proto-Indo-European base *meg-, great

    Времена

    maying, might, might

    Общие Словосочетания

    may be, may not, may have, may know

    Видео

    ... Certainly has happened in the United States, may or may not ...
    ... And so you may say, this is very straightforward. ...

    Слово дня

    tegument
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