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at

preposition
 
 
strong /æt/ weak /ət/
PLACE A1 used to show the place or position of something or someone
bir şeyin veya birinin konumunu, yerini göstermede kulanılır, ... de, da
We met at the station. She's at the library.In and at
TIME A1 used to show the time something happens
... de, ... da, zamanında
The meeting starts at three.Describing when something happened or will happen
DIRECTION A1 towards or in the direction of
... e, ... a doğru
She threw the ball at him. He's always shouting at the children.Describing movement towards
ABILITY B1 used after an adjective to show a person's ability to do something
sıfatlardan sonra bir kişinin bir şeyde başarılı, iyi olduğunu belirtir
He's good at making friends.
CAUSE A2 used to show the cause of something, especially a feeling
bir şeyin sebebini belirtir, özellikle bir hissin
We were surprised at the news.
AMOUNT B2 used to show the price, speed, level, etc of something
ücret, hız, seviye belirtmede kullanılır
He denied driving at 120 miles per hour.
ACTIVITY used to show a state or activity
bir durumu veya eylemi bilidrmede
a country at war
INTERNET A1 the @ symbol, used in email addresses to separate the name of a person, department, etc from the name of the organization or company
elektronik posta işaretinin '@' okunuşunu belirtir
Conventions used on the Internet and in email
(Definition of at from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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