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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
yer edinmek
{f} oturtmak

Arşivlerimizin sistematik bir sınıflandırmasını yerleştirmek büyük bir zaman tasarrufu olabilir. - Putting in place a systematic classification of our archives could be a great time saver.

Bana yeterince uzun bir manivela ve onu yerleştirmek için bir dayanak verin ve dünyayı kımıldatacağım. - Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world.


Dün onun mekanında kaldım. - I stayed at his place yesterday.

Güvenli bir mekândasın. - You are in a safe place.


O çiçekleri koymak için mükemmel bir yer biliyorum. - I know the perfect place to put those flowers.

Arada sırada kendinizi başkasının yerine koymak iyidir. - It's good to put yourself in someone else's place now and then.


Kendini benim yerime koy. - Put yourself in my place.

Onlar düğünün zamanını ve yerini belirlediler. - They set the time and place of the wedding.


Arada sırada kendinizi başkasının yerine koymak iyidir. - It's good to put yourself in someone else's place now and then.

Bay Miyake Kurashiki'de kaldığım sırada bana bir sürü yer gösterdi. - Mr Miyake showed me lots of places during my stay in Kurashiki.

{f} (para) vermek, yatırmak
{i} ev
{i} yerleşim yeri
{f} vermek (sipariş)
yer, konum, mevki: Put it back in its place. Onu yerine koy. This is a beautiful place. Burası güzel bir yer. All the places in this row
{f} görevlendirmek
{i} sorumluluk
{f} yerini belirlemek
place kick saha üzerin
place card davetlilerin sofradaki yerlerini gösteren kart
{f} -in kim
{f} -i atamak, -i tayin etmek
{f} -e iş bulmak
{f} -i koymak, -i bir yere koymak, -i yerleştirmek
{i} hane

Minderler koltuklara yerleştirildi. - Cushions were placed in the seats.


Biz genellikle kentteki belirli bir yerde buluşurduk. - We usually met at a certain place in the city.

Yemek yemek için kentteki en iyi yerlerden biri. - This is one of the best places to eat in town.


AIDS araştırma dünyasında yer alan tüm değişiklikleri takip edemem. - I can't keep track of all the changes taking place in the world of AIDS research.

Parayı güvenli bir alanda tut. - Keep the money in a safe place.

oturacak yer

Beni bu yerden çıkarmak zorundasın. - You've got to get me out of this place.


Bana yeterince uzun bir manivela ve onu yerleştirmek için bir dayanak verin ve dünyayı kımıldatacağım. - Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world.

Öğretmen öğrencilerin sandalyelerini yarım daire şeklinde yerleştirmelerini istedi. - The teacher asked the students to place their chairs in a semicircle.

vermek (para)

Bu sabah bir trafik kazası meydana geldi. - A traffic accident took place this morning.

Burası olayın meydana geldiği yer. - This is the place where the incident took place.

küçük meydan
konuma getirmek
kim olduğunu çıkarmak
küçük sokak

Tom arabasını yanlış yere park ettiği için ceza ödemek zorunda kaldı. - Tom had to pay a fine because he parked in the wrong place.

Yani sonuçta, Web'i dil öğrenmede daha iyi bir yer yapmak için biz Tatoeba ile sadece temelleri inşa ediyoruz. - So ultimately, with Tatoeba we are only building the foundations… to make the Web a better place for language learning.

sipariş vermek
{i} statü
{i} mahal

Tom'u benim mahallemde Boston'a gönderdim. - I sent Tom to Boston in my place.

Bu mahalle, bir aileyi geçindirmek için iyi bir yerdir. - This neighborhood is a good place to raise a family.

{f} ısmarlamak
(pul) yatırmak

Bana ne yapacağımı söylemek onun konumu değil. - It's not his place to tell me what to do.

önem vermek
(yarış/kuyruk/vb.'de) sıra
(sipariş) vermek

Şu an için yeni görevinize katlanmalısın. Sana bugünlerden birinde daha iyi bir yer bulacağım. - You must put up with your new post for the present. I'll find you a better place one of these days.

{f} yerleştir

Tavayı fırına yerleştir. - Place the pan in the oven.

Liderleri öldüğünde, onun vücudunu büyük bir mezara yerleştirdiler. - When their leader died, they placed his body in a large tomb.


Görmek istediğimiz bir sürü başka yerlerimiz var. - We have a lot of other places we want to see.

Ne tür yerleri görmek istiyorsun? - What kind of places would you like to see?

{i} 1. yer, konum, mevki: Put it back in its place. Onu yerine koy. This is a beautiful place. Burası güzel bir yer. All the places in this row
tam olarak hatırlamak
yapılması gereken şey
to that place
o yere

Hiçbir terbiyeli insan o yere gitmez. - No decent people go to that place.

Biz o yere hiç gitmedik. - We've never been to that place.

to this place

O ne zaman buraya gelse, aynı yemeği sipariş eder. - Whenever he comes to this place, he orders the same dish.

{i} mevki
{i} makam

Tom benim makamımdaki toplantıya katılacak. - Tom is going to attend the meeting in my place.

{f} yazdırmak [tel.]

Erkek kardeşim iyi bir işyapandır. O sadece yanlış zamanda yanlış yerdeydi. - My brother is a well doer. He was just at the wrong place at the wrong time.

Belirli işlemler gerçekleşlmeyecek gibi görünüyor. - It seems that certain operations cannot take place.

para yatırmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A region of a land

He is going back to his native place on vacation.

To recruit or match an appropriate person for a job

They phoned hoping to place her in the management team.

To earn a given spot in a competition
To arrange for or to make (a bet)
A role or purpose; a station

It is really not my place to say what is right and wrong in this case.

To remember where and when (an object or person) has been previously encountered

I've seen him before, but I can't quite place where.

The position of a contestant in a competition

We thought we would win but only ended up in fourth place.

Somewhere for a person to sit

We asked the restaurant to give us a table with three places.

To achieve (a certain position, often followed by an ordinal) as in a horse race
The position as a member of a sports team

He lost his place in the national team.

A frame of mind

I'm in a strange place at the moment.

To sing (a note) with the correct pitch
To put (an object or person) in a specific location
{n} locality, residence, rank, office, state of being, space in general, room, part, ground
{v} to rank, order, fix, establish, put out
If you say that someone is going places, you mean that they are showing a lot of talent or ability and are likely to become very successful. You always knew Barbara was going places, she was different
If you place one thing above, before, or over another, you think that the first thing is more important than the second and you show this in your behaviour. He continued to place security above all other objectives. = put
If you go places, you visit pleasant or interesting places. I don't have money to go places
People in high places are people who have powerful and influential positions in a government, society, or organization. He had friends in high places
If you say what you would have done in someone else's place, you say what you would have done if you had been in their situation and had been experiencing what they were experiencing. In her place I wouldn't have been able to resist it What would you have done in my place, my dear?
If you say that someone is all over the place, you mean that they are confused or disorganized, and unable to think clearly or act properly. He was careful and diligent. I was all over the place
To place a person or thing in a particular state means to cause them to be in it. Widespread protests have placed the President under serious pressure The remaining 30 percent of each army will be placed under UN control. = put
If something is happening all over the place, it is happening in many different places. Businesses are closing down all over the place
If you place a telephone call to a particular place, you give the telephone operator the number of the person you want to speak to and ask them to connect you. I'd like to place an overseas call
If you place an advertisement in a newspaper, you arrange for the advertisement to appear in the newspaper. They placed an advertisement in the local paper for a secretary. = put
A place is a seat or position that is available for someone to occupy. He walked back to the table and sat at the nearest of two empty places
You can refer to the position where something belongs, or where it is supposed to be, as its place. He returned the album to its place on the shelf He returned to his place on the sofa
A place is any point, building, area, town, or country. Temple Mount, the place where the Temple actually stood. a list of museums and places of interest We're going to a place called Mont-St-Jean. the opportunity to visit new places The best place to catch fish on a canal is close to a lock The pain is always in the same place
If you put someone in their place, you show them that they are less important or clever than they think they are. In a few words she had put him in his place
If you place something somewhere, you put it in a particular position, especially in a careful, firm, or deliberate way. Brand folded it in his handkerchief and placed it in the inside pocket of his jacket Chairs were hastily placed in rows for the parents
pride of place: see pride
Your place in a book or speech is the point you have reached in reading the book or making the speech. He lost his place in his notes
A good place to do something in a situation or activity is a good time or stage at which to do it. It seemed an appropriate place to end somehow This is not the place for a lengthy discussion. = time
If you place a bet, you bet money on something. For this race, though, he had already placed a bet on one of the horses
If things are all over the place, they are spread over a very large area, usually in a disorganized way. Our fingerprints are probably all over the place
If someone or something seems out of place in a particular situation, they do not seem to belong there or to be suitable for that situation. I felt out of place in my suit and tie
If one thing or person takes the place of another or takes another's place, they replace the other thing or person. Optimism was gradually taking the place of pessimism He eventually took Charlie's place in a popular Latin band
If you get a place in a team, on a committee, or on a course of study, for example, you are accepted as a member of the team or committee or as a student on the course. I eventually got a place at York University They should be in residential care but there are no places available
If you say that it is not your place to do something, you mean that it is not right or appropriate for you to do it, or that it is not your responsibility to do it. He says that it is not his place to comment on government commitment to further funds
Place is used as part of the name of a square or short street in a town. 15 Portland Place, London W1A 4DD
You say in the first place when you are talking about the beginning of a situation or about the situation as it was before a series of events. What brought you to Washington in the first place?
If you say that someone should be shown their place or be kept in their place, you are saying, often in a humorous way, that they should be made aware of their low status. an uppity publican who needs to be shown his place
You say in the first place and in the second place to introduce the first and second in a series of points or reasons. In the first place can also be used to emphasize a very important point or reason. In the first place you are not old and in the second place you are a very attractive man
Your place in a race or competition is your position in relation to the other competitors. If you are in first place, you are ahead of all the other competitors. Jane's goals helped Britain win third place in the Barcelona games
Place can be used after `any', `no', `some', or `every' to mean `anywhere', `nowhere', `somewhere', or `everywhere'. The poor guy obviously didn't have any place to go for Easter
If something such as a law, a policy, or an administrative structure is in place, it is working or able to be used. Similar legislation is already in place in Wales
When something takes place, it happens, especially in a controlled or organized way. The discussion took place in a famous villa on the lake's shore Elections will now take place on November the twenty-fifth
If you place an order for a product or for a meal, you ask for it to be sent or brought to you. It is a good idea to place your order well in advance Before placing your order for a meal, study the menu
If a competitor is placed first, second, or last, for example, that is their position at the end of a race or competition. In American English, be placed often means `finish in second position'. I had been placed 2nd and 3rd a few times but had never won Second-placed Auxerre suffered a surprising 2-0 home defeat to Nantes
If you have been trying to understand something puzzling and then everything falls into place or clicks into place, you suddenly understand how different pieces of information are connected and everything becomes clearer. When the reasons behind the decision were explained, of course, it all fell into place
If you say that someone has found their place in the sun, you mean that they are in a job or a situation where they will be happy and have everything that they want
Your place is the house or flat where you live. Let's all go back to my place! He kept encouraging Rosie to find a place of her own
If one thing or person is used or does something in place of another, they replace the other thing or person. Cooked kidney beans can be used in place of French beans
If things fall into place, events happen naturally to produce a situation you want. Once the decision was made, things fell into place rapidly
You can refer to somewhere that provides a service, such as a hotel, restaurant, or institution, as a particular kind of place. He found a bed-and-breakfast place My wife and I discovered some superb places to eat
If something has particular characteristics or features in places, it has them at several points within an area. The snow along the roadside was six feet deep in places
You can use place instead of `put' or `lay' in certain expressions where the meaning is carried by the following noun. For example, if you place emphasis on something, you emphasize it, and if you place the blame on someone, you blame them. He placed great emphasis on the importance of family life and ties His government is placing its faith in international diplomacy. = put
If an agency or organization places someone, it finds them a job or somewhere to live. In 1861, they managed to place fourteen women in paid positions in the colonies In cases where it proves difficult to place a child, the reception centre provides long-term care
If something is in place, it is in its correct or usual position. If it is out of place, it is not in its correct or usual position. Geoff hastily pushed the drawer back into place Not a strand of her golden hair was out of place
If one thing takes second place to another, it is considered to be less important and is given less attention than the other thing. My personal life has had to take second place to my career
If you say that you cannot place someone, you mean that you recognize them but cannot remember exactly who they are or where you have met them before. It was a voice he recognized, though he could not immediately place it. see also meeting place
If you change places with another person, you start being in their situation or role, and they start being in yours. When he has tried to identify all the items, you can change places, and he can test you = swap
If you place someone or something in a particular class or group, you label or judge them in that way. The authorities have placed the drug in Class A, the same category as heroin and cocaine = put
You can use the place to refer to the point, building, area, town, or country that you have already mentioned. Except for the remarkably tidy kitchen, the place was a mess
If you say how many decimal places there are in a number, you are saying how many numbers there are to the right of the decimal point. A pocket calculator only works to eight decimal places
Someone's or something's place in a society, system, or situation is their position in relation to other people or things. the important place of Christianity in our national culture
To this place
{i} location, position; standing, position; role, function
Minneapolis, MN
to this place
to place

    Турецкое произношение

    tı pleys


    /tə ˈplās/ /tə ˈpleɪs/


    [ t&, tu, 'tü ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tO; akin to Old High German zuo to, Latin donec as long as, until.


    ... but we have a very robust civilian strategy in place to try to help them rebuild. And ...
    ... them. So there's something about us that wants to have vulnerable moments not take place ...

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