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Translation of "and" - English-Turkish dictionary

and

conjunction     strong /ænd/ weak /ənd, ən/
JOIN
A1 used to join two words or two parts of a sentence ve anlamına gelen bağlaç tea and coffee We were tired and hungry.Connecting words joining words or phrases with similar or related meaningsConnecting words which express a contrast
AFTER
A1 used to say that one thing happens after another thing birbiri peşi sıra olan hadiseleri anlatırken sıralamada kullanılan bağlaç I got dressed and had my breakfast.Connecting words joining words or phrases with similar or related meanings
SO
so böylece, böylelikle, bu nedenle The car wouldn't start and I had to get a taxi.Connecting words joining words or phrases with similar or related meaningsConnecting words which introduce a cause or reason
AFTER VERB mainly UK
A2 used instead of 'to' after some verbs, such as 'try' and 'go' bazı fiillerden sonra ' to ' anlamında kullanılır Try and eat something.
NUMBERS
A1 used when saying or adding numbers rakamları söylemede veya toplamada kullanılır It cost a hundred and twenty pounds. UK Two and three equals five.
EMPHASIZE
B1 used between two words that are the same to make their meaning stronger aynı iki kelime arasında anlamı daha da kuvvetlendirmek için kullanılır The sound grew louder and louder.Connecting words joining words or phrases with similar or related meanings
(Definition of and from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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