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alternate

verb
 
 
/ˈɔːltəneɪt/
[I] If two things alternate, one thing happens, then the other thing happens, then the first thing happens again, etc.
birbiri peşi sıra olmak, sırayla meydana gelmek, önce biri sonra diğeri olmak
She alternates between cheerfulness and deep despair.Order and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
alternate sth with sth to use or do one thing then another thing and then the first thing again, etc
bir şeyi diğer bir şeyle değişmeli olarak yapmak, kullanmak
They alternate classical pieces with more modern works.Order and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
alternating adjective
değişken
alternating moods of anger and sadness
Translations of “alternate”
in Arabic يَتَناوَب…
in Korean 번갈아 하다…
in Malaysian menyelang nyelikan…
in French (faire) alterner…
in Italian alternare, alternarsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 輪流,交替, 使輪流,使交替…
in Russian чередоваться…
in Polish oscylować…
in Vietnamese xen kẽ…
in Spanish alternar…
in Portuguese alternar-se…
in Thai สลับ…
in German abwechselnd…
in Catalan alternar…
in Japanese ~を交互にする, 交替にする…
in Indonesian saling berganti…
in Chinese (Simplified) 轮流,交替, 使轮流,使交替…
(Definition of alternate verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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