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Translation of "away" - English-Turkish dictionary

away

adverb     /əˈweɪ/
DIRECTION
to or in a different place or situation farklı bir yere/konuma, konumda, yerde Go away and leave me alone. We'd like to move away from the town centre.Departing
DISTANCE FROM
A2 at a particular distance from a place uzakta, ötede The nearest town was ten miles away. How far away is the station?Distant in space and time
NOT THERE
A2 not at the place where someone usually lives or works uzaklarda, başka yerlerde Shirley's feeding the cat while we're away.Absent
SAFE PLACE
B1 into a usual or safe place bilinen veya emin bir yere Can you put everything away when you've finished?Hiding and disguising
two weeks/five hours, etc away
B1 at a particular time in the future ik hafta/beş saat vb. sonra, ötede, uzakta My exam's only a week away now.In the future and soon
CONTINUOUS ACTION
used after a verb to mean 'continuously or repeatedly' devamlı', 'tekrar, tekrar' anlamında Chris was hammering away in the garden all day.Continually and repeatedly
GRADUALLY
B2 gradually disappearing until almost or completely gone gitgide gözden uzaklaşan, kaybolan ve tamamen yok olacak biçimde The snow has melted away.Appearing and disappearing
SPORT UK
If a sports team is playing away, the game is at the place where the other team usually plays. deplasmanda, evsahibi takımın sahasında →  See also take your breath away , give the game away Competitions, and parts of competitions
(Definition of away adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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