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poor
{s} fakir

Fakir olmayı zengin olmaya tercih ederim. - I prefer being poor to being rich.

Zenginlerin fakirleri hor görme eğilimleri vardır. - The rich are apt to look down upon the poor.

poor
yoksul

O, yoksul insanlar için pek çok şey yaptı. - He has done many things for poor people.

O, yoksul olduğu için mutludur. - Poor as he is, he is happy.

shan't
{k} shall not
shan't
(edat) shall not'ın kısa biçimi
poor
abalı
poor
aç biilaç
poor
kısır
poor
düşük kaliteli

Olağandışı düşük ısılar bu yıl düşük kaliteli pirinç hasatından sorumlu tutulmaktadır. - Unusually low temperatures account for the poor rice crop this year.

poor
az
poor
kalitesiz
poor
verimsiz

Verimsiz bir pirinç hasadı başımızı belaya sokacaktır. - A poor rice harvest will get us into real trouble.

poor
{s} zavallı, biçare
poor
(İnşaat) az, fakir, yetersiz
poor
{s} kötü, beklenen düzeyde olmayan. i
poor
{s} düşkün
poor
rahatsız i
poor
{s} fena
poor
poor farm fakirlere iş bulunan ve bakılan kurum
poor
kuru

Yoksul bir adamın oğlu olan Dan, bir üniversite eğitiminin hayalini kuruyordu. - Dan, the son of a poor man, dreamed of a university education.

poor
(sıfat) zavallı, fakir, düşkün, yoksul, sefil, perişan, verimsiz, çorak, zayıf (az), az, fena, kötü, naçizane
poor
sıhhati bozuk
İngilizce - İngilizce
A people living primarily in the Shan State of Myanmar (also known as Burma), and in adjacent areas of China, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, with about 6 million people
A state in Thailand
Of or pertaining to the Shan people or the Shan language
The language of this people, in the Tai-Kadai language family
poor
unfair

Here man! that's pure shan that like.

{i} member of a people that lives in northeast Myanmar and in areas in the vicinity of China and Thailand and Laos
{i} Tai long, branch of Tai languages; people that lives in northeast Myanmar and in areas in the vicinity of China and Thailand and Laos; Shan language spoken by the Shan people
Shan Tai Any member of a Southeast Asian people who live primarily in eastern and northwestern Myanmar (Burma) and also in Yunnan province, China. The Shan are the largest minority group in Myanmar, numbering more than four million. They live mainly in the valleys and plains on the Shan Plateau, where they grow rice or practice shifting agriculture. They are Theravada Buddhists and have their own written language and literature. They dominated much of Myanmar from the 13th to the 16th century; since the 1970s they have been at odds with the national government over the issue of local autonomy. See also Tai. An shan Shan tung Shan hsi Altay Shan Hung shan culture Lung shan culture Lu Hsiang shan Mao Shan Shan tung Peninsula Tien Shan T'ien Shan Celestial Mountains Tian Shan Tai Chi Chuan Tai languages Tai Xu Tai Lake Tai Hu
a branch of the Tai languages
shan't
shall not

Shall we go to the films this afternoon? No we shan't.

shan't
Shan't is the usual spoken form of `shall not'. Contraction of shall not. the short form of 'shall not'
shan't
{f} verb used together with another verb to indicate future tense
Tian Shan
The mountain range in central Asia
Mao Shan
Sacred mountain in Jiangsu province in China, the focus of Daoist revelations to the visionary Yang Xi (AD 364-370). Yang Xi was visited by a group of perfected immortals (zhenren) from the heaven of Shangqing (Supreme Purity), who gave him a new set of scriptures and instructions on the coming apocalypse, during which the good were to take refuge in luminous caverns beneath such sacred mountains as Mao Shan. The Mao Shan revelations incorporated elements of Buddhism into Daoist thought and proposed reforms of Daoism, including rejection of its sexual rites in favour of a spiritualized union with a celestial partner
Shans
plural of Shan
T'ien Shan
Chinese Tian Shan or T'ien Shan ("Celestial Mountains") Mountain chain, Central Asia. Lying mainly in Kyrgyzstan and northwestern China (Xinjiang autonomous region), its ranges and valleys stretch for about 1,500 mi (2,500 km) in an east-west direction. Its highest point is Victory Peak (Pik Pobeda) in Kyrgyzstan, which reaches 24,406 ft (7,439 m); the peak was discovered in 1943 by a Soviet expedition. Most of the area's population lives in the Fergana Valley of Uzbekistan
T'ien Shan Celestial Mountains
Chinese Tian Shan or T'ien Shan ("Celestial Mountains") Mountain chain, Central Asia. Lying mainly in Kyrgyzstan and northwestern China (Xinjiang autonomous region), its ranges and valleys stretch for about 1,500 mi (2,500 km) in an east-west direction. Its highest point is Victory Peak (Pik Pobeda) in Kyrgyzstan, which reaches 24,406 ft (7,439 m); the peak was discovered in 1943 by a Soviet expedition. Most of the area's population lives in the Fergana Valley of Uzbekistan
Tien Shan
Chinese Tian Shan or T'ien Shan ("Celestial Mountains") Mountain chain, Central Asia. Lying mainly in Kyrgyzstan and northwestern China (Xinjiang autonomous region), its ranges and valleys stretch for about 1,500 mi (2,500 km) in an east-west direction. Its highest point is Victory Peak (Pik Pobeda) in Kyrgyzstan, which reaches 24,406 ft (7,439 m); the peak was discovered in 1943 by a Soviet expedition. Most of the area's population lives in the Fergana Valley of Uzbekistan
tien shan
a major mountain range of central Asia; extends 1,500 miles
shan