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zar zor

Çarpılmaktan zar zor kurtuldum. - I barely missed being struck.

Tom zar zor nefes alıyor. - Tom is barely breathing.

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ancak

Bazen içecek çok fazla şey ancak yeterlidir. - Sometimes too much to drink is barely enough.

Ben ancak iki veya üç saat uyudum. - I slept barely two or three hours.

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hemen hemen hiç

Burada hemen hemen hiç yağmur yağmaz. - It barely ever rains here.

Leyla ve Sami birbirlerini hemen hemen hiç tanımıyorlardı. - Layla and Sami barely knew each other.

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z. ancak, güçbela
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çok çok az

Tom çok çok az ilgileniyor gibi görünüyor. - Tom seems to be barely paying attention.

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dar
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çok az

Tom çok az Fransızca konuşabildi. - Tom could barely speak French.

Bir saatten daha fazla bir süredir burada bekliyoruz ve sıra çok az hareket etti. - We've been standing here for more than an hour and the line has barely moved.

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zoraki
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dar darına
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gücü gücüne
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hemen hemen

Şehri hemen hemen hiç bilmiyorum. - I barely know the city.

Leyla ve Sami birbirlerini hemen hemen hiç tanımıyorlardı. - Layla and Sami barely knew each other.

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kıtı kıtına
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açıkça
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güçbelâ

Bunu güçbela zamanında yaptım. - I barely made it on time.

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anca

Ekmek ve süt alacak kadar parası ancak vardı. - He had barely enough money to buy bread and milk.

Bazen içecek çok fazla şey ancak yeterlidir. - Sometimes too much to drink is barely enough.

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gizlemeden
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yalın bir şekilde/ancak
İngilizce - İngilizce
Irish poet and dramatist (1865-1939)
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W.B. Yeats
an Irish writer of poems and plays, whose early work is often based on old Irish stories. He is one of the most important Irish writers, and he won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1923 (1865-1939)
William Butler Yeats
born June 13, 1865, Sandymount, Dublin, Ire. died Jan. 28, 1939, Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France Irish poet, dramatist, and prose writer. The son of a well-known painter, Yeats early developed an interest in mysticism and visionary traditions as well as in Irish folklore, and both interests would continue to be sources of poetic imagery for him. His early volumes include the poetry volume The Wanderings of Oisin (1889) and the essay collection The Celtic Twilight (1893). In 1889 he fell in love with Maud Gonne, a brilliant, beautiful Irish patriot who inspired his involvement in Irish nationalism but did not reciprocate his feelings. With Lady Augusta Gregory and others, he founded the theatre that became the Abbey Theatre; throughout his life he would remain one of its directors. He contributed plays to its repertoire, including The Countess Cathleen (1899), On Baile's Strand (1905), and Deirdre (1907). His poetry changed decisively in the years 1909-14: the otherworldly, ecstatic atmosphere of the early lyrics cleared and his work gained in concreteness and complexity, often dealing with political themes, though his interest in mysticism and his passion for Maud Gonne continued unabated. With Responsibilities (1914) and The Wild Swans at Coole (1917) he began the period of his highest achievement. Some of his greatest verse appears in The Tower (1928), The Winding Stair (1929), and Last Poems (1939). The individual poems of the latter are largely held together by the system of symbolism he developed in A Vision (1925), which used astrological images to link individual psychology with the larger patterns of history. Yeats was a member of the Irish Senate (1922-28). He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1923, and he is regarded by some as the greatest English-language poet of the 20th century
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