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bu nedenle

Her nadir şey pahalıdır, ayrıca ucuz bir at enderdir, bu nedenle ucuz at pahalıdır. - Every rare thing is expensive, besides a cheap horse is rare, therefore a cheap horse is expensive.

Tom, Tatoeba'nın en kutsal simgelerinden biridir. Bu nedenle, o dokunulmazdır. - Tom is one of Tatoeba's sacred icons. Therefore, he is untouchable.

bu sebeple

Bu sebeple, Komite'nin Parlamento'nun Görünmez Üyeleri hakkındaki raporuna dikkat çekmek isterim. - I would therefore like to draw attention to the Report of the Committee on Invisible Members of Parliament.

bu yüzden

Sakalı var ve bu yüzden traş olmaya ihtiyaç duymaz. - He has a beard, and therefore he doesn't need to shave.

Onlar artan bir nüfusa sahip, bu yüzden çok daha fazla yiyeceğe ihtiyaçları var. - They have a growing population; therefore they need more and more food.

o yüzden
buna bağlı olarak
demek ki
böyle olunca
bu durum üzerine
o nedenle
bundan dolayı
onun için
therefore he put on his pullover
bağlaç bu yüzden
bunun için
therefore i am i think
Bu nedenle ben olduğumu düşünüyorum
onun için
now therefore
(Ticaret) dolayısıyla
i am thinking, therefore i exist
düşünüyorum o halde varım
i think therefore i am
(Felsefe) Düşünüyorum, öyleyse varım
I think therefore I am
düşünüyorum öyleyse varım
(zarf) onun için
whereas therefore
oysa bu yüzden
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
For that or this purpose, referring to something previously stated

Behold, we have forsaken all, and followed thee; what shall we have therefore? — Matthew, 19:27.

Consequently, by or in consequence of that or this cause; referring to something previously stated

He blushes; therefore he is guilty. — Spectator.

{a} for this reason, in consequence
You use therefore to introduce a logical result or conclusion. Muscle cells need lots of fuel and therefore burn lots of calories = thus. as a result of something that has just been mentioned (there + for)
Consequently; by consequence
For that or this reason, referring to something previously stated; for that
and so, hence
(used to introduce a logical conclusion) from that fact or reason or as a result; "therefore X must be true"; "the eggs were fresh and hence satisfactory"; "we were young and thence optimistic"; "it is late and thus we must go"; "the witness is biased and so cannot be trusted"
as a consequence; "he had good reason to be grateful for the opportunities which they had made available to him and which consequently led to the good position he now held"
{s} then
therefore I am I think
(Latin; "I think, therefore I am") Dictum coined in 1637 by René Descartes as a first step in demonstrating the attainability of certain knowledge. It is the only statement to survive the test of his methodic doubt. The statement is indubitable, Descartes argued, because even if an all-powerful demon were to try to deceive him into thinking he exists when he does not, Descartes would have to exist in order to be deceived. Therefore, whenever he thinks, he exists. Furthermore, Descartes maintained, the statement "I am" (sum) expresses an immediate intuition, not the conclusion of a process of reasoning, and is thus indubitable
I think therefore I am
I am able to think, therefore I am alive. A philosophical proof of existence based on the fact that someone capable of thought is alive

He wanted a book, so he went to the library.

for that or this
I think therefore I am
since I can reason I know that I exist (statement made by the French philosopher Descartes)
for that; for this; hence (Archaic)
For that, or this; for it
(in formal usage, especially legal usage) for that or for it; "ordering goods and enclosing payment therefor"; "a refund therefor
(in formal usage, especially legal usage) for that or for it; "ordering goods and enclosing payment therefor"; "a refund therefor"