seriously

listen to the pronunciation of seriously
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
cidden

Cidden benimle yarışmak istiyor musun? - Do you seriously want to race me?

Onun tarihsel ayrıntılar hakkında büyük bir bilgi deposu var fakat hayatta onun bir işe yaradığından cidden süphe duyuyorum. - He has a great storehouse of knowledge about historical details but I seriously doubt that's of any use in life.

ciddi olarak

Boşanmayı ciddi olarak düşünüyor musun? - Are you seriously thinking about divorce?

Gitmeyi ciddi olarak düşünüyor musun? - Are you seriously thinking about going?

ciddi bir şekilde

Hiçbir zaman bunu belli etmeyecek ama içinden ciddi bir şekilde endişeli olduğunu düşünüyorum. - He'll never show it, but I think that deep down, he's seriously worried.

Tom ciddi bir şekilde yaralandı. - Tom has been seriously injured.

ciddiyetle

Tom neden önerimizi ciddiyetle kabul etmedi? - Why wouldn't Tom take our offer seriously?

ağır

O ağır yaralı değildi. - She was not seriously injured.

Benim evcil köpeğim ağır hastaydı. - My pet dog was seriously ill.

ağır şekilde

Barney ağır şekilde yaralandı. - Barney was wounded seriously.

serious
ciddi

Ciddi olmanın zamanı geldi. - Time has come to get serious.

Onun o projeyi ciddiye almasını sağlamak için buradayız. - We have got to get him to take that project seriously.

serious
ağır

Her ikisi de ağır yaralandı. - Both were seriously wounded.

Dr. Kim gelmeden önce bir hafta boyunca çocuğu ağır hasta olmuştu. - Her child had been seriously ill for a week before Dr. Kim arrived.

seriously ill
ağır hasta
seriously ill
(Askeri) AĞIR HASTA: Hastalığı yakın bir hayati tehlike göstermeyen fakat derhal ilgilenilmesi gereken hasta. Bak. "very seriously ill"
seriously ill or injured; statement of intelligence interest
(Askeri) ciddi olarak hasta veya yaralı; istihbarat ilgi beyanı
seriously wounded
ağır yaralı
seriously wounded
(Askeri) CİDDİ OLARAK YARALANMIŞ: Sedye durumu. Ayrıca bakınız: "wounded"
sadly
hüzünle

Tom hüzünle pencereden dışarıya baktı. - Tom stared sadly out the window.

O, hüzünle gülümseyerek konuşmaya başladı. - Smiling sadly, she began to talk.

serious
kellifelli
serious
bitik
sadly
üzüntüyle
sadly
ne yazık ki

Ne yazık ki birçok Japon öldü. - Sadly, many Japanese people died.

Ne yazık ki yanılmıştır. - He is sadly mistaken.

serious
tehlikeli

Bu hafif bir hatanın ciddi yaralanmalara yol açabileceği çok tehlikeli bir spor. - It's a very dangerous sport, where a slight mistake can lead to serious injury.

serious
şakaya gelmeyen
serious
önemli

Önemli bir problemimiz var. - We have a serious problem.

serious
ağrıbaşlı
serious
şaka yapmayan
take seriously
ciddiye al
take seriously
ciddiye almak
half-seriously
Yarı ciddi olarak, kısmen ciddi bir halde
serious
cidd
take seriously
Bir şeyi ya da birini ciddiye almak
to take something seriously
bir şeyi ciddiye almak
not seriously injured
(Askeri) ciddi hasarlı değil
not to take seriously
ciddiye almamak
sadly
maalesef/üzüntüyle
sadly
acı bir şekilde

Yaşlı adam acı bir şekilde gülmeye başladı. - The old man started to laugh sadly.

sadly
çok

Ne yazık ki, ben çok iyi bir dansçı değilim. - Sadly, I'm not a very good dancer.

sadly
son derece
sadly
üzüntülü bir şekilde

Yaşlı adam üzüntülü bir şekilde güldü. - The old man laughed sadly.

serious
{s} önemli, ciddi: a serious problem önemli bir sorun
serious
{s} ciddi, ağırbaşlı: serious person ağırbaşlı kimse
serious
vakarlı
serious
{s} tehlikeli, ağır, ciddi: a
serious
ciddi olarak
serious
(Tıp) Ciddi, vahim
serious
{s} ağırbaşlı
she is seriously injured
o ağır yaralı
take up seriously
benimsemek
treat s.t. seriously
işi ciddiye almak
very seriously ill
(Askeri) ÇOK AĞIR HASTA: Hastalığı hayati tehlike arz eden hasta
very seriously ill or injured
(Askeri) çok ağır hasta veya yaralı
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
In a serious or literal manner

He was hoping that we would take him seriously.

Used to attempt to introduce a serious point in a less serious conversation

Now, seriously, why did the chicken cross the road?.

{a} gravely, solemnly, in earnest
in a serious manner; "talking earnestly with his son"; "she started studying snakes in earnest"; "a play dealing seriously with the question of divorce
feelings You say `seriously' when you are surprised by what someone has said, as a way of asking them if they really mean it. `I tried to chat him up at the general store.' He laughed. `Seriously?' see also serious
You use seriously to indicate that you are not joking and that you really mean what you say. Seriously, I only smoke in the evenings
gravely, solemnly, earnestly; acutely, critically
If you take someone or something seriously, you believe that they are important and deserve attention. It's hard to take them seriously in their pretty grey uniforms
sadly
seriously involved in
greatly a part of -
but seriously folks
Directs attention to immediately preceding failed attempt at humor

Take my life, … please, Colombo continued, a wry smile creasing his face. (Apparently he was a fan of Henny Youngman.) Badaboom! But, seriously, folks, I learn long ago, during my life, that justice, she does not exist. ..

serious
Important; weighty; not trifling; leaving no room for play; needing great attention; critical

This is a serious problem. We'll need our best experts.

serious
Without humor or expression of happiness; grave in manner or disposition; earnest; thoughtful; solemn

It was a surprise to see the captain, who had always seemed so serious, laugh so heartily.

serious
{a} grave, sober, solemn, earnest, weighty
Serious
ernestful
Serious
earnestful
serious
Really intending what is said; being in earnest; not jesting or deceiving
serious
sad
serious
Serious music or literature requires concentration to understand or appreciate it. There is no point reviewing a blockbuster as you might review a serious novel
serious
Really intending what is said; being in earnest; not jesting or deceiving; meaningful
serious
Serious matters are important and deserve careful and thoughtful consideration. I regard this as a serious matter Don't laugh boy. This is serious
serious
concerned with work or important matters rather than play or trivialities; "a serious student of history"; "a serious attempt to learn to ski"; "gave me a serious look"; "a serious young man"; "are you serious or joking?"; "Don't be so serious!
serious
Hence, giving rise to apprehension; attended with danger; as, a serious injury
serious
When important matters are dealt with in a serious way, they are given careful and thoughtful consideration. My parents never really faced up to my drug use in any serious way It was a question which deserved serious consideration. + seriously se·ri·ous·ly The management will have to think seriously about their positions
serious
{s} solemn, grave; acute, critical; important, requiring much consideration; humorless, grim
serious
causing fear or anxiety by threatening great harm; "a dangerous operation"; "a grave situation"; "a grave illness"; "grievous bodily harm"; "a serious wound"; "a serious turn of events"; "a severe case of pneumonia"; "a life-threatening disease"
serious
appealing to the mind; "good music"; "a serious book"
serious
completely lacking in playfulness
serious
Important; weighty; not trifling; leaving no room for play; needing great attention
serious
If someone is serious about something, they are sincere about what they are saying, doing, or intending to do. You really are serious about this, aren't you? I hope you're not serious. + seriously se·ri·ous·ly Are you seriously jealous of Erica? + seriousness se·ri·ous·ness In all seriousness, there is nothing else I can do
serious
Important; weighty; not trifling; grave
serious
requiring effort or concentration; complex and not easy to answer or solve; "raised serious objections to the proposal"; "the plan has a serious flaw"
serious
of great consequence; "marriage is a serious matter"
serious
Grave in manner or disposition; earnest; thoughtful; solemn; not light, gay, or volatile
serious
Serious problems or situations are very bad and cause people to be worried or afraid. Crime is an increasingly serious problem in Russian society The government still face very serious difficulties Doctors said his condition was serious but stable. + seriously se·ri·ous·ly If this ban was to come in it would seriously damage my business They are not thought to be seriously hurt. + seriousness se·ri·ous·ness the seriousness of the crisis
serious
Serious people are thoughtful and quiet, and do not laugh very often. He's quite a serious person + seriously se·ri·ous·ly They spoke to me very seriously but politely
took it seriously
related to something with seriousness, took something harshly
was seriously wounded
was wounded very badly that this could risk his life
seriously
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