stead

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
yardımı dokunmak
yer

Başkan gelmedi ama, yerine başkan yardımcısını gönderdi. - The president did not come, but sent the vice-president in his stead.

Eğer gelemiyorsan senin yerine birini gönder. - If you can't come, send someone in your stead.

{i} yarar
stand in good stead yararlı olmak
faydalı olmak
yararlı olmak
{i} fayda
{i} başkasının yeri
stead flow
yerine akım
stand s.o. in good stead
işine yaramak
stand smb. in good stead
işine yaramak
stand smb. in good stead
yararlı olmak
in stead
yerine
in stead of
içinde yerine
in one's stead
birinin yerinde
in one's stead
onun yerinde
in one's stead
yerinde
in s.o.'s stead
birinin yerine, birinin namına: Çetin can go in his stead. Onun yerine Çetin gidebilir
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A place or room which another had, has, or might have
To help; to support; to benefit; to assist
To fill place of
A frame on which a bed is laid; a bedstead
A place, or spot, in general
A position
A farmhouse and offices
If you say that something will stand someone in good stead, you mean that it will be very useful to them in the future. My years of teaching stood me in good stead
{v} to help, aid, support
{n} a place, room, turn, use, help, frame
the function or position properly or customarily occupied or served by another; "can you go in my stead?"; "took his place"; "in lieu of"
{i} place or position commonly occupied by a person or thing
If you do something in someone's stead, you replace them and do it instead of them. We hope you will consent to act in his stead
Place or room which another had, has, or might have
the function or position properly or customarily occupied or served by another; "can you go in my stead?"; "took his place"; "in lieu of
Place, or spot, in general
lieu
stand in stead
help, assist, offer an advantage
in good stead
In a positive state or position
in one's stead
in place of someone or something

He was wounded grievously during the last battle; ergo, I shall go in his stead.

Christina Ellen Stead
born July 17, 1902, Rockdale, Sydney, Austl. died March 31, 1983, Sydney Australian novelist. She traveled widely and at various times lived in London, Paris, and the U.S., where in the early 1940s she worked as a screenwriter for MGM. She returned to Australia in 1974. Her first published work was a collection of short stories, The Salzburg Tales (1934). She is best remembered for her novel The Man Who Loved Children (1940), the story of a disintegrating family
Christina Stead
born July 17, 1902, Rockdale, Sydney, Austl. died March 31, 1983, Sydney Australian novelist. She traveled widely and at various times lived in London, Paris, and the U.S., where in the early 1940s she worked as a screenwriter for MGM. She returned to Australia in 1974. Her first published work was a collection of short stories, The Salzburg Tales (1934). She is best remembered for her novel The Man Who Loved Children (1940), the story of a disintegrating family
steads
plural of stead
steads
third-person singular of stead
stead

    Турецкое произношение

    sted

    Произношение

    /ˈsted/ /ˈstɛd/

    Этимология

    [ 'sted ] (noun.) before 12th century. Old English stede, from Proto-Germanic *stadiz, from Proto-Indo-European *stetis-. Related to German Stadt, Gothic

    Времена

    steads, steading, steaded

    Видео

    ... And that's what's going to stand us in good stead as ...

    Слово дня

    ranine
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