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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык

Dün akşam iyi bir vakit geçirdim. - I had a good time last evening.

Facebook'taki arkadaşlarının resimlerine bakmak vakit kaybıdır. - Looking at your Facebook friends' photos is a waste of time.


Bu defa hatalı olan benim gibi görünüyor. - This time, it looks like it is me who is wrong.

İlk defa mı tadına bakıyorsun? - Is this the first time you have tasted it?


İki kere iki dört eder. - Two times two is four.

İki kere yedi on dörttür. - Two times seven is fourteen.


Bazıları yalnızca zaman geçsin diye kitap okurlar. - Some read books just to pass time.

Bir zaman makinen olduğunu hayal et. - Imagine that you had a time machine.


Onlar uzun süredir burada yaşıyor. - They have lived here for a long time.

Bu kitabı tercüme etmek için ne kadar süreye ihtiyacı var? - How much time does she need to translate this book?

zamanı göre ayarlamak
zamanını/hızını kaydetmek
{i} aralık
{i} tempo

Tom nihayet öğle yemeği sırasında buraya geldi. - Tom finally got here around lunch time.

Nihayet bu üç hafta içinde aldığım postayı yanıtlamak için zamanım var. - Finally I have time to reply to the mail I received these three weeks.

hızını ölçmek

Otobüs her gün kaç kez çalışır? - How many times does the bus run each day?

Bu ilaçlardan günde üç kez alınmalı. - These medicines should be taken three times a day.

(Kanun) mehil

Şimdi iyi geceler demenin zamanıdır. - Now it's time to say good night.

Sanırım hoşça kal dememin zamanıdır. - I think it's time for me to say goodbye.

senkronize etmek

Dört çarpı beş yirmidir. - Four times five is twenty.

Beş çarpı iki ona eşittir. - Five times two equals ten.

-in zamanını ölçmek
süresini ölçmek
(Kanun) önel

Bir mıknatıs bir seferde çok sayıda çiviyi toplayabilir ve tutabilir. - A magnet can pick up and hold many nails at a time.

Bir dahaki sefere bunun bedelini ödersin! - Next time you'll pay for it!


Bir dahaki sefere postaneye gittiğinde lütfen bu mektubu postalar mısın? - Please mail this letter the next time you go to the post office.

Postacı ne zaman gelir? - What time does the mailman come?


Ben bir kez daha hava yoluyla gidersem uçakta beş kez uçmuş olurum. - If I go by air one more time, I'll have flown in an airplane five times.

Hangi yoldan giderseniz gidin, aynı zamanda götürecektir. - Whichever way you take, it'll take you the same time.


Bir müddet yürüyerek göle geldik. - Having walked for some time, we came to the lake.


Devir kötü. Güçlü olmaya çalış! - Times are tough. Try to be strong!


Eski çağlarda tuz az bulunan ve maliyetli bir metaydı. - Salt was a rare and costly commodity in ancient times.

Uzun süredir ondan ilk kez bir çağrı aldım. - I had a call from her for the first time in a long time.

zamanı -e göre ayarlamak

Bir dahaki sefere saat onda, 1 Haziran'da, gelecek sene buluşacağız. - We'll meet next time at ten o'clock, June the first, next year.

Bir dahaki sefere beni görmeye geldiğinde, sana kitabı göstereceğim - Next time you come to see me, I will show you the book.

uygun zaman

Araştırmanın sonuçları uygun zamanda açıklanacak. - The results of the survey will be announced at the appropriate time.

Toplantımız için uygun zaman bulabilir misin? - Can you find suitable time for our meeting?

doğum zamanı
saat tutmak
temposunu belirlemek
süre tutmak
{f} kurmak

Duydum ki İngiliz insanlarla arkadaşlık kurmak zaman alıyor. - I hear it takes time to make friends with the English people.

Bu fabrikayı kurmak, uzun bir zamana ve bir sürü paraya mal oldu. - It took a long time and a lot of money to build this factory.

{f} zamanlama yapmak
{i} zaman, vakit: It'll take a long time. Çok zaman ister. It's time for bed. Artık yatma zamanı geldi. Now's exactly the right time! Şimdi tam
{f} zamanlama yap
{f} tempo tutmak

Zamana ayak uydurmak için gazeteler okurum. - I read newspapers in order to keep up with the times.

Zamana ayak uydurmak için kitaplar ve dergiler okurum. - I read books and magazines to keep up with the times.

{f} 1. zamanlamak, (belirli bir zamana) denk getirmek, rastlatmak, (belirli bir zamana göre) ayarlamak, planlamak: He timed it so that he'd
zaman saat Saat / Zaman
zamanlamak, (belirli bir zamana) denk getirmek, rastlatmak, (belirli bir zamana göre) ayarlamak, planlamak: He timed it so that he'd
saat tut/ayarla
{i} zaman,zama
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To choose how long something lasts

The bomb was timed to explode at 9:20 p.m.

An experience

We had a wonderful time at the party.

An era; (with the, sometimes in plural) the current era, the current state of affairs

O the times, O the customs! (Cicero).

An instance or occurrence

Okay, but this is the last time. No more after that!.

A measurement of a quantity in time; a numerical or general indication of a length of progression

The algorithm runs in O(n^2) time.

The measurement under some system of region of day or moment

Let's synchronize our watches so we're not on different time.

To measure seconds, hours etc passed, especially using a clock of some kind
Ratio of comparison

That is four times as heavy as this.

A numerical indication of a particular moment

These times were erroneously converted between zones.

The inevitable progression into the future with the passing of present events into the past

the ebb and flow of time.

How much of a day has passed; the moment, as indicated by a clock or similar device

A computer keeps time using a clock battery.

A person's youth or young adulthood, as opposed to the present day

In my time, we respected our elders.

A particular moment or hour; the appropriate moment or hour for something (especially with prepositional phrase or imperfect subjunctive)

It's time we were going.

{n} the measure, regulate, suit, adapt, fit
{i} weekly American magazine that covers topics of general interest (world news, politics, current events, etc.)
If you time something for a particular time, you plan or decide to do it or cause it to happen at this time. He timed the election to coincide with new measures to boost the economy We had timed our visit for March 7 He had timed his intervention well Operation Amazon is timed to coincide with the start of the dry season
If two or more things exist, happen, or are true at the same time, they exist, happen, or are true together although they seem to contradict each other. I was afraid of her, but at the same time I really liked her
If you say that you have no time for a person or thing, you mean you do not like them or approve of them, and if you say that you have a lot of time for a person or thing, you mean you like them or approve of them very much. When I think of what he's done to my mother and me, I've just got no time for him
Measurable period in which cause and effect occurs and systems function
To regulate as to time; to accompany, or agree with, in time of movement
If something happens or is done all the time, it happens or is done continually. We can't be together all the time = continually
You use times after numbers when comparing one thing to another and saying, for example, how much bigger, smaller, better, or worse it is. Its profits are rising four times faster than the average company an area five times the size of Britain
If you say that something will happen, for example, in a week 's time or in two years ' time, you mean that it will happen a week from now or two years from now. Presidential elections are due to be held in ten days' time
If someone is ahead of their time or before their time, they have new ideas a long time before other people start to think in the same way. My mother was ahead of her time. She surrounded me with culture and art
Many different time systems are relevant in astronomy See atomic time, local sidereal time, sidereal day, Universal Time, UTC For a quick summary, see the U S Naval Observatory's Systems of Time WWW page at http: //tycho usno navy mil/systime html
If you say that something will happen in time or given time, you mean that it will happen eventually, when a lot of time has passed. He would sort out his own problems, in time Tina believed that, given time, her business would become profitable
If you say that time will tell whether something is true or correct, you mean that it will not be known until some time in the future whether it is true or correct. Only time will tell whether Broughton's optimism is justified
emphasis You say at the best of times when you are making a negative or critical comment to emphasize that it is true even when the circumstances are as favourable as possible. A trade war would be bad at the best of times, but in the current economic climate, it would be a disaster
You use time or times to talk about a particular period in history or in your life. We'll be alone together, quite like old times We are in one of the most severe recessions in modern times
If someone is making up for lost time, they are doing something actively and with enthusiasm because they have not had the opportunity to do it before or when they were younger. Five years older than the majority of officers of his same rank, he was determined to make up for lost time
When you refer to our time or our times you are referring to the present period in the history of the world. It would be wrong to say that the Church doesn't enter the great moral debates of our time
a person's experience on a particular occasion; "he had a time holding back the tears"; "they had a good time together"
If you keep time when playing or singing music, you follow or play the beat, without going too fast or too slowly. As he sang he kept time on a small drum
The duration of one's life; the hours and days which a person has at his disposal
If you say that something was before your time, you mean that it happened or existed before you were born or before you were able to know about it or remember it. `You've never seen the Marilyn Monroe film?' --- `No, I think it was a bit before my time.'
You use at times to say that something happens or is true on some occasions or at some moments. The debate was highly emotional at times
A numerical indication of a particular moment in time
the period of time a prisoner is imprisoned; "he served a prison term of 15 months"; "his sentence was 5 to 10 years"; "he is doing time in the county jail"
If you waste no time in doing something, you take the opportunity to do it immediately or quickly. Tom wasted no time in telling me why he had come
rhythm as given by division into parts of equal time
power play
The call made when the time limit is reached in a timed gamed
You say at a time after an amount to say how many things or how much of something is involved in one action, place, or group. Beat in the eggs, one at a time
You use times in arithmetic to link numbers or amounts that are multiplied together to reach a total. Four times six is
assign a time for an activity or event; "The candidate carefully timed his appearance at the disaster scene"
The time of day; the moment in time, as indicated by a clock or similar device
To keep or beat time; to proceed or move in time
A particular period or part of duration, whether past, present, or future; a point or portion of duration; as, the time was, or has been; the time is, or will be
You use time to refer to the system of expressing time and counting hours that is used in a particular part of the world. The incident happened just after ten o'clock local time
Display according to modification time Sort from most recent time to oldest time
To pass time; to delay
set the speed, duration, or execution of; "we time the process to manufacture our cars very precisely"
If you say that someone or something is, for example, the best writer of all time, or the most successful film of all time, you mean that they are the best or most successful that there has ever been. `Monopoly' is one of the best-selling games of all time
If you have the time of your life, you enjoy yourself very much indeed. We're taking our little grandchild away with us. We'll make sure he has the time of his life
a period of time considered as a resource under your control and sufficient to accomplish something; "take time to smell the roses"; "I didn't have time to finish"; "it took more than half my time"
The measurement under some system of the time of day or moment in time
You can use the times to refer to the present time and to modern fashions, tastes, and developments. For example, if you say that someone keeps up with the times, you mean they are fashionable or aware of modern developments. If you say they are behind the times, you mean they are unfashionable or not aware of them. This approach is now seriously out of step with the times Johnny has changed his image to fit the times
If you say that something will take time, you mean that it will take a long time. Change will come, but it will take time
You use time to refer to the period that you spend doing something or when something has been happening. Adam spent a lot of time in his grandfather's office He wouldn't have the time or money to take care of me Listen to me, I haven't got much time The route was blocked for some time For a long time I didn't tell anyone A short time later they sat down to eat
If you are on time, you are not late. Don't worry, she'll be on time
If you say that something is the case half the time you mean that it often is the case. Half the time, I don't have the slightest idea what he's talking about
If you arrive somewhere in good time, you arrive early so that there is time to spare before a particular event. If we're out, we always make sure we're home in good time for the programme
If you say that something will be the case for all time, you mean that it will always be the case. The desperate condition of the world is that madness has always been here, and that it will remain so for all time
to time

    Турецкое произношение

    tı taym


    /tə ˈtīm/ /tə ˈtaɪm/


    [ 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.


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