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Translation of "about" - English-Turkish dictionary

about

adverb     /əˈbaʊt/
APPROXIMATELY
A1 used before a number or amount to mean approximately yaklaşık olarak It happened about two months ago.Approximate
DIRECTION UK ( US around)
B2 to or in different parts of a place, often without purpose or order bir yerde ya da orada rastgele bulunma, oralarda olma She's always leaving her clothes lying about.Approximate
NEAR UK informal ( US around)
If someone or something is about, they are near to the place where you are now. oracıkta, hemen yanıbaşında, neredeyse Is Kate about?General location and orientation
be about to do sth
B2 to be going to do something very soon bir şeyi yapmak üzere olmak I stopped her just as she was about to leave.About to happenCloseness in distance and time
(Definition of about adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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