told

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söyle

Babam yatakta kitap okumamamı söyledi. - My father told me not to read a book in my bed.

O bana babasının öldüğünü söyledi. - He told me that his father was dead.

tell söyle
söylenmiş

Tom'a Mary'yi yalnız bırakacağı zaten söylenmişti. - Tom has already been told to leave Mary alone.

Tom'a daha önce bunu yapmak zorunda olduğu söylenmişti. - Tom has already been told he has to do that.

anlatılmak
f., bak. tell
söylemiştim
tell
demek

Bununla ne demek istediğini bana söyleyebilir misin? - Can you tell me what you mean by that?

Bana ne demek istediğini söyle. - Tell me what you mean.

tell
anlatmak

Tom Mary'ye hayat hikayesini anlatmak istemedi. - Tom didn't want to tell Mary his life story.

Daha sonra ne olacağını anlatmak yok. - There is no telling what will happen next.

tell
{f} haber vermek
tell
söylemek

Bana öyle geliyor ki kocam beni arkadaşımla aldatıyor.Ona söylemek istiyorum:Sen kedi çalıyorsun!. - It appears that my husband is cheating on me with my friend. I want to tell her: You thieving cat!.

Doğruyu söylemek gerekirse, ben senin baban değilim. - To tell the truth, I am not your father.

told everywhere
çalkalanmak
told off
zılgıt yemek
told off
laf işitmek
told off
söz işitmek
told to
söyle
told me
söyledi

Onlar hiç kimseyi görmediklerini söylediler. - It was Tom that told me this story.

Bana bir CD aldığını söyledi. - She told me that she had bought a CD.

told to
söylendi
told us
anlattı
told you so
sana söylemiştim
told in confidence
sır olarak söylenmiş
told of
papara yemek
told#to
söyle
to be told off
zılgıt yemek
to be told of
papara yemek
tell
{f} (told)
tell
{f} söylemek; anlatmak: I told her the news. Ona haberi söyledim. I told her he was here. Onun burada olduğunu kendisine söyledim
tell
{f} açığa çıkarmak
all told
toplam olarak

Toplam olarak otuz üye vardı. - The members numbered thirty, all told.

Toplam olarak yirmi yumurtaya ihtiyacımız var. - We need twenty eggs all told.

be told
söylenmek
tell
{f} bildirmek
tell
{f} ayırt etmek

Bir orijinali sahteden ayırt etmek zordur. - It's difficult to tell an original from a fake.

Bazen doğruyu yanlıştan ayırt etmek zordur. - It is sometimes hard to tell right from wrong.

a little bird told me
(deyim) kuşlar söyledi
be told off
azar işitmek
be told off
laf işitmek
be told off
zılgıt yemek
be told off
söz işitmek
be told off
zılgıtı yemek
tell
anlat
tell
anlamak

Kimin gerçeği söylediğini anlamak zordur. - It's hard to figure out who's telling the truth.

tell
nakletmek
tell
para etmek
tell
etkisini göstermek
tell
anlat bakalım
tell
yaymak
all told
yekun olarak
tell
belli olmak
tell
seçmek
tell
göstermek
tell
ayıtmak
tell
söyle

İki kameradan hangisinin daha iyi olduğunu bana söyle. - Tell me which of the two cameras is the better one.

Onu neden sevdiğini lütfen bana söyler misin? - Could you please tell me why you love her?

tell
emretmek
twice-told
eskimiş
Tell
söyleyin
a widdle bird told me
hızlı öten kuş söyledi bana
he told me the plain truth.
o düz gerçeği söyledi
i told you so
sana söylemiştim
if truth be told
Doğruyu söylemek gerekirse,
tell
anlatm
tell
göze çarpmak
truth be told
(deyim) Doğruyu söylemek gerekirse

Truth be told; I have never gone that place before, therefore I have no idea about it.

twice told
iki kez söyledi
all told
(deyim) hepsini sayarsan,topu topu ,hepsi
be told of
papara yemek
being told
söylenme
tell
tembihlemek
tell
bilmek

Bilmek istediğin her şeyi sana söyleyeceğim. - I'll tell you everything you want to know.

Tom bilmek istediğini sana söylemez. - Tom won't tell you what you want to know.

tell
tahmin etmek

Ne olacağını tahmin etmek mümkün değil. - There is no telling what will happen.

Ne zaman geleceğini tahmin etmek mümkün değil. - There is no telling when they will come.

tell
belli etmek
tell
etkili olmak
tell
tell söyle
tell
ark höyük
tell
birer birer s
twice told
bayat
what i told
anlattıklarım
Турецкий язык - Турецкий язык

Определение told в Турецкий язык Турецкий язык словарь

TELL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Düz yer üstüne yatırmak
TELL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) (C.: Tilâl) Tepe, yığın, küme
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
Told is the past tense and past participle of tell
of Tell
{a} related, mentioned, said, made known
You can use all told to introduce or follow a summary, general statement, or total. All told there were 104 people on the payroll. Past tense and past participle of tell. the past tense and past participle of tell
past of tell
told a bald-faced lie
said something that was clearly not the truth, said something that was totally false
told him a secret
revealed something private to him
told him off
rebuked him, reprimanded him
told the truth
spoke honestly
I told you so
A phrase used to remind someone that they were already warned that a certain event would happen

See that, man! Some flowers and grasses and another leafy branch floated toward us. We both scanned the water and the coastline. Bradley evidently discovered something, or at least thought that he had. He called down for a bucket and a rope, and when they were passed up to him, he lowered the former into the sea and drew it in filled with water. Of this he took a taste, and straightening up, looked into my eyes with an expression of elation--as much as to say I told you so!.

a little bird told me
Of information which was gathered from a source not to be overtly exposed

Let's just say I know because a little bird told me.

all told
With everything included, counted or summed

I think they had over 300 people there, all told.

kissed and told
Simple past tense and past participle of kiss and tell
tell
A mound, originally in the Middle East, over or consisting of the ruins of ancient settlements
tell
To instruct or inform

Please tell me the time.

tell
To narrate

I want to tell you a story.

tell
A reflexive, often habitual behavior, esp. one occurring in a context that often features attempts at deception by persons under psychological stress (e.g., a poker game or police interrogation), that reveals (gives away) information that the person exhibiting the behavior is attempting to withhold
tell
To reveal

Time will tell what became of him.

tell
To convey by speech; to say

He seems to like to tell lies.

tell
To order; to direct

Tell him to go away.

tell
To be revealed

Cherry looks old, Mergenthaler told himself. His age is telling. Querulous — that's the word. He's become a whining, querulous old man absorbed with trivialities.

tell
To count or enumerate

And in his lap a masse of coyne he told, / And turned vpsidowne, to feede his eye / A couetous desire with his huge threasury.

truth be told
Used when admitting something one might otherwise lie about, e.g. to keep up appearances or be polite. From "if the truth should be told"

Well, certainly there are those who are more responsible than others - and they will be held accountable - but again, truth be told, if you're looking for the guilty, you need only look into a mirror.

tell
{v} to relate, utter, inform , report, count, reckon
I told you so
I told you to believe me, I was right all along, I said from the beginning that (something) was so
Tell
{i} family name; William Tell, hero and patriot of Swiss folklore during the early 14th century famous for his skill as an archer; (in Poker game) noticeable change in the conduct of a player that gives clues to said player's hand
a little bird told me
someone told me but I don't want to reveal their name
all told
on the whole, when taking everything into account
all told
with everything included or counted; "altogether he earns close to a million dollars"
little bird told me
someone told me but I will not say who (used when one does not want to reveal where or from whom they got the information)
only when told
only when commanded, only when instructed
tell
to tell the time: see time time will tell: see time. A mound, especially in the Middle East, made up of the remains of a succession of previous settlements. Tell Mardikh Tell Asmar Amarna Tell el Tell William
tell
a mound in the Middle East over or consisting of the ruins of ancient settlements
tell
emphasis You can say `I tell you', `I can tell you', or `I can't tell you' to add emphasis to what you are saying. I tell you this, I will not rest until that day has come This little letter gave us a few chuckles, I can tell you
tell
give evidence; "he was telling on all his former colleague"
tell
To make known; to publish; to disclose; to divulge
tell
To mention one by one, or piece by piece; to recount; to enumerate; to reckon; to number; to count; as, to tell money
tell
A clue or hint that a player unknowingly gives about the strength of his hand, his next action, etc May originally be from "telegraph" or the obvious use that he "tells" you what he's going to do before he does it
tell
express in words; "He said that he wanted to marry her"; "tell me what is bothering you"; "state your opinion"; "state your name"
tell
If someone disagrees with you or refuses to do what you suggest and you are eventually proved to be right, you can say `I told you so'. Her parents did not approve of her decision and, if she failed, her mother would say, `I told you so.'
tell
anything that reveals theatrical devices to the audience; an action that tips off the audience that you're "up to something "
tell
vagueness You use as far as I can tell or so far as I could tell to indicate that what you are saying is based on the information you have, but that there may be things you do not know. As far as I can tell, Jason is basically a nice guy
tell
If you tell something such as a joke, a story, or your personal experiences, you communicate it to other people using speech. His friends say he was always quick to tell a joke He told his story to The Sunday Times and produced photographs Will you tell me a story?
tell
If you can tell what is happening or what is true, you are able to judge correctly what is happening or what is true. It was already impossible to tell where the bullet had entered You can tell he's joking
tell
A give away sign, especially one used in the game of poker
tell
I will tell him so = It is his turn (You'd better tell him so (^^; ) (00/01/02) I told you so A little bird told me Tell it like it is understand; *Yes, I changed my hairstyle How can you tell? *There's no telling what will happen *He will be unable to tell the fake from the real one
tell
If you tell yourself something, you put it into words in your own mind because you need to encourage or persuade yourself about something. `Come on', she told herself I told myself I would be satisfied with whatever I could get
tell
To order; to request; to command
tell
If you say `You never can tell', you mean that the future is always uncertain and it is never possible to know exactly what will happen. You never can tell what life is going to bring you
tell
A gesture or signal unintentionally done by a player that gives other players information about the player's hand For example, a player who twitches when they are bluffing
tell
To discern so as to report; to ascertain by observing; to find out; to discover; as, I can not tell where one color ends and the other begins
tell
If you can tell one thing from another, you are able to recognize the difference between it and other similar things. I can't really tell the difference between their policies and ours How do you tell one from another? I had to look twice to tell which was Martinez; they all looked alike
tell
To count or enumerate (see teller)
tell
If facts or events tell you something, they reveal certain information to you through ways other than speech. The facts tell us that this is not true I don't think the unemployment rate ever tells us much about the future The evidence of our eyes tells us a different story While most of us feel fairly complacent about the nutrients we're getting from our diets, the facts tell a very different story
tell
To make account of; to regard; to reckon; to value; to estimate
tell
discern or comprehend; "He could tell that she was unhappy"
tell
mark as different; "We distinguish several kinds of maple"
tell
To utter or recite in detail; to give an account of; to narrate
tell
a Swiss patriot who lived in the early 14th century and who was renowned for his skill as an archer; according to legend an Austrian governor compelled him to shoot an apple from his son's head with his crossbow (which he did successfully without mishap) discern or comprehend; "He could tell that she was unhappy"
tell
give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority; "I said to him to go home"; "She ordered him to do the shopping"; "The mother told the child to get dressed"
tell
If you tell someone to do something, you order or advise them to do it. A passer-by told the driver to move his car so that it was not causing an obstruction
tell
To pass information by speech
tell
You use I'll tell you what or I tell you what to introduce a suggestion or a new topic of conversation. I tell you what, I'll bring the water in a separate glass
tell
To have a marked effect
tell
an artificial mound consisting of the accumulated remains of one or more ancient settlements in the Middle East and Egypt; an ancient garbage dump
tell
To discern, notice, identify or distinguish
tell
inform positively and with certainty and confidence; "I tell you that man is a crook!"
tell
A hill or mound
tell
v tell [OE tellan]
tell
(sometimes spelled tel) A mound that contains the ruined remains of a human settlement; each layer or level, called a stratum, represents a particular historical period
tell
narrate or give a detailed account of; "Tell what happened"; "The father told a story to his child"
tell
to say something to a particular individual, heard only by them
tell
give evidence; "he was telling on all his former colleague
tell
{f} relate; know; discover, discern; command
tell
To give instruction to; to make report to; to acquaint; to teach; to inform
tell
That which is told; tale; account
tell
To take effect; to produce a marked effect; as, every shot tells; every expression tells
tell
let something be known; "Tell them that you will be late"
tell
If an unpleasant or tiring experience begins to tell, it begins to have a serious effect. The pressure began to tell as rain closed in after 20 laps see also telling, kiss and tell
tell
If you tell, you reveal or give away a secret. Many of the children know who they are but are not telling
tell
If you tell someone something, you give them information. In the evening I returned to tell Phyllis our relationship was over I called Andie to tell her how spectacular the stuff looked Claire had made me promise to tell her the truth I only told the truth to the press when the single was released as it seemed the perfect time to do it Tell us about your moment on the summit Her voice breaking with emotion, she told him: `It doesn't seem fair'
tell
To give an account; to make report
twice-told
said two times; stale, worn out, trite
who told him
who related it to him, who revealed it to him; the person who revealed it to him
told

    Турецкое произношение

    tōld

    Произношение

    /ˈtōld/ /ˈtoʊld/

    Этимология

    [ tel ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English tellan; akin to Old High German zellen to count, tell, Old English talu tale.

    Общие Словосочетания

    told me, told off

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