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assume

verb [T]
 
 
/əˈsjuːm/
B2 to think that something is likely to be true, although you have no proof
farzetmek, varsaymak, üstlenmek
[+ (that)] Everything was quiet when I got home so I assumed that you had gone out.Guesses and assumptions
assume control/power/responsibility, etc to take a position of control/power/responsibility, etc
sorumluluğu, kontrolü üstlenmek, üzerine almak
He has assumed the role of spokesman for the group.Taking part and getting involvedGetting involved for one's own benefit or against others' will
assume an air/expression, etc formal to pretend to have a feeling that you do not have
bir havaya girmek, gibi davranmak, olduğundan farklı davranmak
Faking and pretending
assume a false identity/name, etc to pretend to be someone else
başkası gibi davranmak, kendini birinin yerine koyarak davranmak
an assumed nameFaking and pretending
(Definition of assume from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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