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Translation of "bless" - English-Turkish dictionary

bless

verb [T]     /bles/
to ask God to help or protect someone or something, or to make it holy Tanrı'nın yardımını dilemek, inayet istemek, kutsamak, takdis etmek The priest blessed their marriage.Religious practices
be blessed with sth
to be lucky enough to have something good Allah'ın sevgili kulu olmak; nimetine, şansına sahip olmak He's blessed with a wonderful singing voice.Good luck and bad luck
Bless you!
something you say when someone sneezes çok yaşa! Colds and fluFevers and infectious diseases
bless her/him/them, etc informal
used to show your affection for the person you are talking about onu, onları vs. birilerine ilgi göstermek, iyi davranmak, alakadar olmak Peter, bless him, slept all the way through it.Friendly and unfriendly terms of address
Translations of “bless”
in Arabic يُبارِك…
in Korean 신의 축복을 빌다…
in Malaysian restu…
in French bénir…
in Italian benedire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 為…求上帝降福, 祝福, 使神聖…
in Russian благословлять…
in Polish błogosławić…
in Vietnamese cầu Chúa…
in Spanish bendecir…
in Portuguese benzer, abençoar…
in Thai อวยพร…
in German segnen…
in Catalan beneir…
in Japanese ~に神の加護を祈る, ~を祝福する…
in Indonesian memberkati, merestui…
in Chinese (Simplified) 为…求上帝降福, 祝福, 使神圣…
(Definition of bless from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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