wit

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İngilizce - Türkçe
ince zekâ

Ben senin ince zekana sahip değilim. - I don't have your wit.

ince espri

O kitabı yazan kişi hem mizah hem de ince espriye sahiptir, değil mi? - The person who wrote that book is possessed of both humour and wit, isn't he?

İnce espri konuşmaya lezzet verir. - Wit gives zest to conversation.

nükte

Eski arkadaşının fişini çekerken, herkes ölür dedi genellikle nükteci doktor. - Everybody dies, said the usually witty doctor as he pulled the plug on his old friend.

Tom her zaman nükte yapıyor. - Tom is always making witty remarks.

zeka kıvraklığı
akıl

O, onunla tartışmayacak kadar akıllıdır. - She knows better than to argue with him.

Tom seninle dövüşmeyecek kadar akıllıdır. - Tom knows better than to fight with you.

farkında olmak
{i} zekâ

Ben senin ince zekana sahip değilim. - I don't have your wit.

Doğa ona zeka ve güzellik vermiş. - Nature endowed her with wit and beauty.

{f} bilmek

Bu öğleden sonra kimle birlikte olduğunu bilmek istiyorum. - I want to know who you were with this afternoon.

Gelecek hafta sonu bizimle balık tutmaya gidebilip gidemeyeceğini bilmek istiyorum. - I want to know if you can go fishing with us next weekend.

nüktedan kimse
demek ki
{f} farkında ol

O farkında olmadan Tom'un arka kapısında sızdım. - I just snuck in Tom's back door without him noticing.

Biz aslında bunun farkında olmadan hiyeroglifle yazıyoruz. - We are basically writing in hieroglyphics without being aware of it.

{i} zeki kimse
nüktedanlık
espritüel kimse
nüktecilik
{f} öğrenmek

Bizimle kimin kaldığını öğrenmek istiyorum. - I want to know who's staying with us.

Yerli bir konuşucuyla Fransızca öğrenmek istiyorsan, lütfen benimle irtibat kur. - If you'd like to study French with a native speaker, please contact me.

{f} yâni

Bu sabah depomu benzinle doldurduğumda, litresi 135 yene mal oldu yani galonu 6.55 dolar. - When I filled my tank with gasoline this morning, it cost ¥135 per liter which is $6.55 per gallon.

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.

nükteci kimse
zekâ kıvraklığı
anlayış

İyi bir espri anlayışı zor dönemlerle başa çıkmana yardımcı olacaktır. - A good sense of humor will help you deal with hard times.

Bazı normlarla ilgili temel bir anlayış olmadan, iletişim mümkün değildir. - Without a basic understanding of certain norms, communication is impossible.

farkında ol(mak)
us
espritüellik
fikir
witness
şahit

Tom geride hiç şahit bırakmadı. - Tom left no witnesses behind.

Aslında trafik kazasına şahit olmadım. - Actually, I did not witness the traffic accident.

witness
şahit olmak
wit and humor
nükte ve mizah
witness
{f} tanık olmak
witless
akılsız
witless
{s} düşüncesiz
witless
aptal
witless
witlesslyakılsızca
witless
{s} kafasız
witless
witlessnessakılsızlık
witless
kafasızlık
witless
anlamaz
witless
kafasızca
witless
{s} saf
witness
{f} 1. bizzat görmek, -e tanık/şahit olmak: Did you witness that event? O olayı bizzat gördün mü? These walls have witnessed a
witnesses
tanıklar

Bazı tanıklar olduğunu umuyorum. - I hope there were some witnesses.

İkimiz de tanıklarız. - We're both witnesses.

mother wit
(deyim) aklı selim
witlessly
aptal bir şekilde
witness
bilirkişi

Tom bilirkişi olarak işe alındı. - Tom was hired as an expert witness.

witness
gözüyle görmek
witness
şahadet etmek
witness
bizzat görmek
witness
göstermek
witness
tanıklık yapmak
witness
uzman
witted
zeki
witted
anlayışlı
witting
bilerek
wittingly
bilerek
half-wit
aptal
half-wit
budala
half-wit
geri zekâlı
mother wit
sağduyu
witness
kanıt
witness
kanıtlamak
witness
delil
witting
{i} farkında olma
witting
{f} farkında ol
witness
{i} tanık

O, onun öldürülüşüne tanıklık etti. - She witnessed him being killed.

O, ışığa sadece bir tanık gibi geldi. - He came only as a witness to the light.

after wit
wit sonra
be at one´s wits´/wit´s end
k. dili ne yapacağını şaşırmak
be at one´s wit´s end
ne yapacağını bilmemek, şaşırmak
deal wit
anlaşma wit
half-wit
ahmak
have the wit
zekâ var
lively wit
canlı wit
some wit
bazı zekâ
want wit
istiyorum wit
witness
şahid
wits
fikir

Tom onun fikirlerinden korkuyordu. - Tom was scared out of his wits.

attic wit
ince espri
be at one's wit's end
ne yapacağını bilmemek, şaşırmak. be at one's wits'/wit's k.dili. ne yapacağını şaşırmak
down and out wit flu
gripten yatağa düşmüş
dry wit
(Fiili Deyim ) zarif nükte
half wit
aptal
mother wit
{i} akıl fikir
oriental wit and humor
doğu nükte ve mizahı
quick wit
hazırcevaplık
quick wit
kıvrak zekâ
quick wit
zekâ
ready wit
(deyim) hazircevap
swift wit
ince espri
turkish wit and humor
türk nükte ve mizahı
witness
witness box witness stand tanık kürsüsü
witness
{f} sahne olmak
witness
müşahade etmek
witness
(Hukuk) tanıklık

O, kazaya tanıklık etti. - He witnessed the accident.

O cinayete tanıklık etti. - He witnessed the murder.

witness
İmzam ve mühr
witness
tanıklık etmek
witness
burhan
witness
bizzat görmek, -e tanık/şahit olmak: Did you witness that event? O olayı bizzat gördün mü? These walls have witnessed a
witness
şehadet etmek
witness
tanıt
witness
{f} onaylamak
witness
{f} kabul etmek
witness
şehadet
witness
i. tanık, şahit. f
witness
{f} şahitlik etmek
witness
hüccet
witted
anlayışlı zeki
witted
{s} zekâlı
witted
(sıfat) zekâlı
witting
bile bile
witting
kasten
witting
bilerek yapılmış
wittingly
kasıtlı bir şekilde
wittingly
bile bile
wittingly
kasten
İngilizce - İngilizce
Intelligence; common sense

The opportunity was right in front of you, and you didn't even have the wit to take it!.

Sanity

He's gone completely out of his wits.

A person who tells funny anecdotes or jokes; someone witty

Your friend is quite a wit, isn't he?.

The senses
Spoken humour, especially when clever or quick

The best man's speech was hilarious, full of wit and charm.

Know, be aware of

She looked through these to God and was God’s priest.

The ability to think quickly; mental cleverness, especially under short time constraints

My father had a quick wit and a steady hand.

Intellectual ability; faculty of thinking, reasoning

Where she has gone to is beyond the wit of man to say.

a witty amusing person who makes jokes
{n} a man of genius, quickness of fancy understanding, sense, judgement
{v} to know, understand, blame
A mental faculty, or power of the mind; used in this sense chiefly in the plural, and in certain phrases; as, to lose one's wits; at one's wits' end, and the like
A person of eminent sense or knowledge; a man of genius, fancy, or humor; one distinguished for bright or amusing sayings, for repartee, and the like
The ability to think quickly; mental cleverness, especially wittiness
If you describe someone as a wit, you mean that they have the ability to use words or ideas in an amusing, clever, and imaginative way. Holmes was gregarious, a great wit, a man of wide interests
Felicitous association of objects not usually connected, so as to produce a pleasant surprise; also
emphasis If you say that you are at your wits' end, you are emphasizing that you are so worried and exhausted by problems or difficulties that you do not know what to do next. We row a lot and we never have time on our own. I'm at my wit's end
If you have your wits about you or keep your wits about you, you are alert and ready to act in a difficult situation. Travellers need to keep their wits about them
You can refer to your ability to think quickly and cleverly in a difficult situation as your wits. She has used her wits to progress to the position she holds today
Mind; intellect; understanding; sense
the power of readily combining objects in such a manner
mental ability; "he's got plenty of brains but no common sense"
{f} know (Archaic)
a message whose ingenuity or verbal skill or incongruity has the power to evoke laughter
If you pit your wits against someone, you compete against them in a test of knowledge or intelligence. He has to pit his wits against an adversary who is cool, clever and cunning
If you say that someone has the wit to do something, you mean that they have the intelligence and understanding to make the right decision or take the right action in a particular situation. The information is there and waiting to be accessed by anyone with the wit to use it. = sense
To know; to learn
Wit is the ability to use words or ideas in an amusing, clever, and imaginative way. Boulding was known for his biting wit
To wit is used to indicate that you are about to state or describe something more precisely. He'd like `happiness' to be given a new and more scientifically descriptive label, to wit `Major affective disorder, pleasant type'. = namely
{i} intellect; reason; cleverness; sharpness; one who is sharp
emphasis You can use wits in expressions such as frighten someone out of their wits and scare the wits out of someone to emphasize that a person or thing worries or frightens someone very much. You scared us out of our wits. We heard you had an accident
half-wit
A person of around half the average intelligence of his or her peers
half-wit
A stupid or inept person
staircase wit
Thinking of an idea or course of action too late to use it effectively, or the tendency to do so

One of the most insightful thinkers I know, the computer entrepreneur Yossi Vardi, prompted me to summarize my idea while standing on one leg. It was not too convenient to stand one one leg after a few glasses of perfumed Riesling, so I failed in my improvisation. The next day I experienced staircase wit.

to wit
That is to say; namely; specifically

Though the animation code above demonstrates how a thread could be included as part of an object while still making that object be serializable, there is a major problem with it if we recall how Java creates objects. To wit, when we create an object with the new keyword, the object’s constructor is called only when a new instance of a class is created.

wist
Simple past tense and past participle of wit

And lang ere witless Jeanie wist, / Her heart was tint, her peace was stown!.

witness
Something that serves as evidence; a sign
witness
One who has a personal knowledge of something

As a witness to the event, I can tell you that he really said that.

witness
Someone called to give evidence in a court

The witness for the prosecution did not seem very credible.

witness
To present personal religious testimony; to preach at (someone) or on behalf of

Instead, Niebuhr's God was the God witnessed to in the Hebrew Scriptures and the New Testament, the Bible of the Christian world.

witness
To take as evidence
witness
To see, note, or gain knowledge of

He witnessed the accident.

witness
To furnish proof of, to show

This certificate witnesses his presence on that day.

witness
Attestation of a fact or event

She can bear witness, since she was there at the time.

witnessed
Simple past tense and past participle of witness
wits
plural form of wit
wits
senses
witting
Knowledge, awareness

for his wyf was at a someres game, / Wiþouten his wityng, he forsook hire eke.

witting
aware, knowledgable
wittingly
in a witting manner, intentionally, on purpose
witless
foolish, indiscreet, or silly
wittingly
with knowledge and by design
witness
A witness to an event such as an accident or crime is a person who saw it. Witnesses to the crash say they saw an explosion just before the disaster No witnesses have come forward
witless
{a} wanting understanding, foolish, silly
witness
{f} look on, see, observe; testify, vouch for, corroborate; be an eye-witness; note, notice
witness
{v} to bear testimony, attest, affirm, say
witted
{a} having wit, endued with wit, keen
wittingly
{a} knowingly, by design, on purpose
witness
{i} testifier; onlooker, bystander; eye-witness; testimony
witting
intentionally conceived; "a conscious effort to speak more slowly"; "a conscious policy"
Witness
testis
a wit
esprit
at one's wit's end
at a loss as means to solve a problem
half wit
idiot, moron, stupid person
half-wit
a stupid person
mother wit
Innate intelligence or common sense
mother wit
{i} common sense, horse sense, plain good sense
nit wit
{i} stupid person, idiot, imbecile
to wit
that's to say, namely, meaning
wist
To know, be aware of
wist
Knew
wist
obsolete, past of wit
wist
Past tense and past participle of wit
witless
Destitute of wit or understanding; wanting thought; hence, indiscreet; not under the guidance of judgment
witless
(of especially persons) lacking sense or understanding or judgment
witless
disapproval If you describe something or someone as witless, you mean that they are very foolish or stupid. a witless, nasty piece of journalism. = mindless, stupid
witless
{s} lacking intelligence, silly, stupid, foolish, doltish
witlessly
in a witless manner
witlessly
stupidly, in a witless manner
witlessness
The state of being witless; stupidity
witlessness
{i} foolishness, lack of intelligence
witness
Attestation of a fact or an event; testimony
witness
One who testifies to what he has seen, heard, or otherwise observed
witness
A witness is someone who appears in a court of law to say what they know about a crime or other event. In the next three or four days, eleven witnesses will be called to testify
witness
anyone who testifies in court including the victim
witness
One who sees the execution of an instrument, and subscribes it for the purpose of confirming its authenticity by his testimony; one who witnesses a will, a deed, a marriage, or the like
witness
a witness is an individual present at an event such as a marriage or the signing of a document who can vouch that the event took place
witness
One who is cognizant; a person who beholds, or otherwise has personal knowledge of, anything; as, an eyewitness; an earwitness
witness
a person who testifies before a court under oath regarding what he has seen, heard or otherwise observed
witness
testimony by word or deed to your religious faith
witness
A person who testifies before a legislative committee
witness
If you witness something, you see it happen. Anyone who witnessed the attack should call the police = see
witness
perceive or be contemporaneous with; "We found Republicans winning the offices"; "You'll see a lot of cheating in this school"; "I want to see results"; "The 1960 saw the rebellion of the younger generation against established traditions"; "I want to see results"
witness
A person who is present when something occurs or who gives evidence of something they have observed or heard or of something in which they have recognised expertise •Bail
witness
(law) a person who testifies under oath in a court of law
witness
person who observes the signing of a Will and/or codicil and attests to the signature of the Testator/rix
witness
{i} testifier
witness
A person who has seen or knows something about the crime The victim is usually a witness, too
witness
One who personally sees or perceives a thing; one who testifies as to what he has seen, heard, or otherwise observed
witness
someone who sees an event and reports what happened
witness
The regular definition of this word is a person who perceives an event (by seeing, hearing, smelling or other sensory perception) The legal definition refers to the court-supervised recital of that sensory experience, in writing (deposition) or verbally (testimony)
witness
A person appearing before an Investigative Committee to present evidence and answer questions
witness
A person called upon by either side in a lawsuit to give testimony before the court or jury
witness
To bear testimony; to give evidence; to testify
witness
An independent person (not a beneficiary or executor or the spouse of either) who watches you sign your Will and then signs it in your presence You must have two witnesses to your Will for it to be valid
witness
(law) a person who attests to the genuineness of a document or signature by adding their own signature
witness
(RWT) A person called upon by either side in a lawsuit to give testimony before the court or jury
witness
That which furnishes evidence or proof
witness
One who testifies in a cause, or gives evidence before a judicial tribunal; as, the witness in court agreed in all essential facts
witness
If a person or thing bears witness to something, they show or say that it exists or happened. Many of these poems bear witness to his years spent in India and China
witness
testimony by word or deed to your religious faith someone who sees an event and reports what happened (law) a person who attests to the genuineness of a document or signature by adding their own signature (law) a person who testifies under oath in a court of law be a witness to perceive or be contemporaneous with; "We found Republicans winning the offices"; "You'll see a lot of cheating in this school"; "I want to see results"; "The 1960 saw the rebellion of the younger generation against established traditions"; "I want to see results
witness
If you say that a place, period of time, or person witnessed a particular event or change, you mean that it happened in that place, during that period of time, or while that person was alive. India has witnessed many political changes in recent years = see
witness
To see or know by personal presence; to have direct cognizance of
witness
If someone witnesses your signature on a document, they write their name after it, to confirm that it really is your signature. Ask a friend to witness your signature
witness
To give testimony to; to testify to; to attest
witness
A person who is present at the time other witnesses, notary and testator are all also present in his or her company and with proof of identification signs the Will and watches the other sign at the same time
witness
a person called to testify to provide information directly relevant to the incident resulting in long-term suspension recommendation
witness
A person called upon to give evidence in court
witness
"an overarching term drawing together proclamation (kerygma), community (koinonia), and service (diakonia)" defining "evangelistic ministry, as the core of ministry" (Guder 2000, 53)
witness
A person who is in a position to provide information about the facts in an appeal
witness
be a witness to
witness
A witness is someone who writes their name on a document that you have signed, to confirm that it really is your signature
witness
One who gives evidence in a case before the court A witness is compelled by law to appear on the time and date specified Failure to do so could result in a warrant being issued for the arrest of the witness Under the provisions of Section 37(1) of the Jury Act, an employer of a person, who is required to attend upon court as a witness, shall pay that person the same wages and give the same benefits as that person would have received if he/she had worked
witness
One who testifies under oath to what he/she has seen, heard or otherwise observed
witness
One who testifies to what (s)he has seen, heard or otherwise observed
witness
To see the execution of, as an instrument, and subscribe it for the purpose of establishing its authenticity; as, to witness a bond or a deed
witness
One who is called to court to testify in order to tell what he or she knows about the case (See, also, "Expert Witness")
witness
A person who testifies to what he or she has seen, heard or otherwise experienced Also, a person who observes the signing of a will and is competent to testify that it is the will-maker's intended last will and testament
witness
a person who is sworn at a trial to provide evidence in a case
witness
a close observer; someone who looks at something (such as an exhibition of some kind); "the spectators applauded the performance"; "television viewers"; "sky watchers discovered a new star"
witnessed
past of witness
witnesses
plural of witness
witnesses
third-person singular of witness
witnessing
present participle of witness
wits
the basic human power of intelligent thought and perception; "he used his wits to get ahead"; "I was scared out of my wits"; "he still had all his marbles and was in full possession of a lively mind
wits
{i} soundness of mind; sane mental faculties; sanity; cleverness and ability to think quickly
wits
plural of wit
witted
having a specified form of wit
witted
Having (such) a wit or understanding; as, a quick-witted boy
witted
{s} intelligent, perceptive, clever; having a wit or understanding of a particular nature (e.g. slow-witted)
witting
aware or knowing; "a witting tool of the Communists"
witting
done consciously; intentional
witting
aware or knowing; "a witting tool of the Communists
witting
present participle of wit
witting
aware
witting
{i} knowledge; news (British)
witting
{s} knowing, aware; deliberate
wittingly
with full knowledge and deliberation; "he wittingly deleted the references
wittingly
If you do something wittingly, you are fully aware of what you are doing and what its consequences will be. When she had an affair with her friend's husband, she wittingly set off a chain of crises. unwittingly
wittingly
with full knowledge and deliberation; "he wittingly deleted the references"
wittingly
in an informed manner; in a deliberate manner
wittingly
Knowingly; with knowledge; by design
wit