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Türkçe - İngilizce

If it hadn't been for you, he would still be alive. - Sen olmasaydın, o hâlâ hayatta olacaktı.

Understanding you is really very hard. - Seni anlamak gerçekten çok zor.


I thought he loved you, but as it is, he loved another girl. - Ben onun seni sevdiğini sanıyordum, ama gerçekte, o başka bir kız seviyordu.

You can buy it for a thousand yen or so. - Sen onu yaklaşık bin yene alabilirsin.

are you

Are you a Japanese student? - Sen bir Japon öğrenci misin?

Why are you telling me about hippos all of the sudden? I don't see the connection between that and your twelve red goldfishes. - Birdebire su aygırlarını bana niçin anlatıyorsun? O ve senin on iki kırmızı akvaryum balığının arasındaki bağlantıyı anlamıyorum.

sen nasılsın
how about you
sen başkasın
you are different
sen benimsin
you are mine
sen bilirsin
whatever you say
sen de
same to you
sen de mi brütüs
(Latin) et tu, brute
sen de!
you're another!
sen işine bak
mind your own business
sen kendi işine bak
mind your own business
sen kimsin
who are you

Who are you to speak with me like that? - Sen kimsin de benimle böyle konuşuyorsun?

Who are you and where do you come from? - Sen kimsin ve nereden geliyorsun?

sen kimsin?
who're you?
sen nasıl istersen
as you wish
sen peki
how about you
sen ve ben
you and me

John wants to see you and me. - John, sen ve beni görmek istiyor.

It'll just be you and me. - Sadece sen ve ben olacak.

sen öyle san
you think so
sen öyle san
Sen elinden geleni yap gerisini Allah'a bırak
(Atasözü) God helps him who helps himself
sen de gör
(and) the same to you!
sen h
I h
sen çok özelsin
you are very special
Sen nehri

The Seine flows through central part of Paris Basin. - Sen nehri Paris havzasının merkezine doğru akar.

sen benim canımsın
you are my sweetheart
sen benim her şeyimsin
you mean everything to me
sen bilirsin
(Konuşma Dili) As you like./As you will./OK, if that's what you think is right./I leave it up to you
sen diye hitap etmek
call one's name offensively
sen erkek misin
are you male
sen giderken ben geliyordum
(Konuşma Dili) You can't fool me; I can foresee your every move
sen ha
you indeed
sen hoşsun
your are cute
sen idin
thou wast
sen işten korkma, iş senden korksun
(Atasözü) Don't waste time thinking how hard a job is; just set to and try to get it done
sen karışma
none of your business
sen kendin
sen kendine bak
take a look at yourself
sen kendine bak
look at your own situation
sen kendine bak
look at yourself
sen kendine bak
take a look at your situation
sen kim oluyorsun? What are you interfering for?
(said angrily)
sen ne dedin?
(Argo) say what?
sen ne iş yapıyorsun?
and what do you do?
sen nerelisin arkadaş
where are you from my friend
sen o işi bana bırak
leave it to me
sen o işi bana bırak
leave the matter to me
sen olmasan napardım
what would I do without you
sen onu bana bırak
leave it to me
sen onu bana bırak
leave the matter to me
sen onu benim külahıma anlat
(deyim) a likely story
sen sağ, ben selamet
(Konuşma Dili) The job's over and done with
sen sen ol never: Sen sen ol, bir daha bunu yapma
Don't you ever do this again!
sen ve sizinkiler
(Konuşma Dili) you and yours
sen veya siz
u (you)
sen yap ben de yaparım
I double dare you!
sen çok hoşsun
you are so cute
sen çok komiksin
you are so funny
sen çok seksisin
you are so sexy
sen öyle zannet
that’s what you think
sen öyle zannet
you reckon!
sen şahsen
you personally
neredesin sen
where have you been
adam sen de
who cares?
adam sen de
never mind!
hadi canım sen de
come off it
hadi canım sen de
get out of here
hadi canım sen de!
don't feed me that bull!
hadi canım sen de!
you don't say!
neredesin sen
where are you

Tom, where are you? We miss you! - Tom, neredesin Seni özlüyoruz!

bekar mısın sen?
are you single
bir sen eksiktin
(deyim) Another country heard from!
ilk sen
you go first
ilk sen
you first
kimsin sen
who are you
sen benim
you are my

you are my love - sen benim aşkımsın.

sen benimsin
you got
sen de
you too

Do not judge, or you too will be judged. - Yargılama, yoksa sen de yargılanırsın.

Oh my God, you too??? - Aman Allah'ım, sen de mi?

sen misin
is that you
sen ve ben
you and i
Adam sen de
who cares?, never mind!
Hadi canım sen de!
You don't say!, Get along with you!
abacı kebeci, sen neci?
what's it to you?
adam sen de!
(Konuşma Dili) Don't worry./Take it easy!/Never mind
görürsün sen
you just wait
hadi be sen de !
spare me
hadi canım sen de
Who do you think you're kidding?/Don't feed me that bull!
hadi kızım sen yaparsın
haydi canım sen de!
(Konuşma Dili) Who do you think you're kidding?/Don't feed me that bull!
kendiliğinden, re'sen
(Hukuk) on its own initiative
kızım sana söylüyorum, gelinim sen anla/dinle/işit
(Konuşma Dili) Since he couldn't say this directly to her, he said it to someone else in the hope that she would listen in and get the message
nasıl ki just as ..., so ...: Nasıl ki ben acı çektim, sen de acı çekeceksin
Just as I suffered, so too will you
on one's own account, on one's own initiative; independently, without conferring with others
sadece sen
none but you
zaman sana uymazsa sen zamana uy
(Atasözü) If the times don't conform to you, then you should conform to the times
İngilizce - İngilizce

Hear all, see all, say nowt. Ate all, sup all, pay nowt. An if ever tha does anythin for nowt, mek sure tha does it for tha sen..

A coin worth one yen
The unit of Japanese currency, equal to 1/100 yen
Special Educational Needs A child is said to have a special educational need if he/she finds it more difficult to learn than most children of the same age
Special Educational Needs
Special Educational Needs Because of physical or sensory difficulties or due to behaviour or learning problems, some children have more difficulty in learning than average pupils All pupils are 'assessed' early in their school career and those who have particular difficulties may come within the SEN range Additional funds will be allocated following an annual audit of such children in each school
Special Educational Needs This denotes any child that has been identified as having some form of educational need either as a result of learning difficulty (but not just because they are bilingual) or if they are deemed as particularly bright or gifted These children receive additional support either from within the school or outside agencies
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See table at currency. See table at currency. the written abbreviation of Senator
One thousand
initiating an attack slightly before your opponent
{i} money of account in Japan equalling 1/100 of a yen (used only for quotations and as a basis for exchange)
conj since [< ME sethen < OE siþþan]
A Japanese coin, worth about one half of a cent
a fractional monetary unit of Japan and Indonesia and Cambodia; equal to one hundredth of a yen or rupiah or riel
the two enamel lines, embedded in the dohyo, behind which the rikishi crouch in preparation for the tachiai
thee sen

I'm not doing it, do it thee sen!.

Amartya Sen
{i} (born 1933) Indian-born economist, winner of the 1998 Nobel Prize in Economic Science
Amartya Sen
born Nov. 3, 1933, Santiniketan, India Indian economist who was awarded the 1998 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for his work in welfare economics and social choice. Sen is best known for his work on the causes of famine, and his research led to the development of solutions for limiting the effects of food shortages. After attending Presidency College in Calcutta (now Kolkata), Sen studied at Trinity College, University of Cambridge (B.A., 1955; M.A. and Ph.D., 1959). He taught economics at the Universities of Jadavpur (1956-58) and Delhi (1963-71), the London School of Economics, the University of London (1971-77), the University of Oxford (1977-88), and Harvard University (1988-98). In 1998 he was appointed master of Trinity College. His Poverty and Famines: An Essay on Entitlement and Deprivation (1981) showed that declining wages, unemployment, rising food prices, and inefficient food distribution could lead to starvation. His views encouraged policy makers to maintain stable prices for food
Sun Yat Sen
a Chinese political leader who established the National Party in China, and helped to remove the last Manchu emperor from power. He became the first President of the new Republic of China in 1911 (1866-1925)
Sun Yat-sen
or Sun Yixian born Nov. 12, 1866, Xiangshan, Guangdong province, China died March 12, 1925, Beijing Leader of the Chinese Nationalist Party, known as the father of modern China. Educated in Hawaii and Hong Kong, Sun embarked on a medical career in 1892, but, troubled by the conservative Qing dynasty's inability to keep China from suffering repeated humiliations at the hands of more advanced countries, he forsook medicine two years later for politics. A letter to Li Hongzhang in which Sun detailed ways that China could gain strength made no headway, and he went abroad to try organizing expatriate Chinese. He spent time in Hawaii, England, Canada, and Japan and in 1905 became head of a revolutionary coalition, the Tongmenghui ("Alliance Society"). The revolts he helped plot during this period failed, but in 1911 a rebellion in Wuhan unexpectedly succeeded in overthrowing the provincial government. Other provincial secessions followed, and Sun returned to be elected provisional president of a new government. The emperor abdicated in 1912, and Sun turned over the government to Yuan Shikai. The two men split in 1913, and Sun became head of a separatist regime in the south. In 1924, aided by Soviet advisers, he reorganized his Nationalist Party, admitted three communists to its central executive committee, and approved the establishment of a military academy, to be headed by Chiang Kai-shek. He also delivered lectures on his doctrine, the Three Principles of the People (nationalism, democracy, and people's livelihood), but died the following year without having had the opportunity to put his doctrine into practice. See also Wang Jingwei
sun yat-sen
Chinese statesman who organized the Kuomintang and led the revolution that overthrew the Manchu dynasty in 1911 and 1912 (1866-1925)
İngilizce - Türkçe
(Para) Brunei, Endonezya ve Malezya'nin ufak para birimi
{k} senate, senator, senior