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Translation of "but" - English-Turkish dictionary

but

conjunction     strong /bʌt/ weak /bət/
OPPOSITE INFORMATION A1 used to introduce something new that you say, especially something which is different or the opposite from what you have just said fakat I'd drive you there, but I haven't got my car. The tickets were expensive, but the kids really enjoyed it.Connecting words which express a contrast
EXPLAINING WHY used before you say why something did not happen or is not true ancak I was going to go to his party, but I was ill.Connecting words which express a contrast
SHOWING SURPRISE used to show that you are surprised about what someone has just said ama 'Tim is leaving.' 'But why?'Feelings of surprise and amazement
CONNECTING PHRASES used to connect 'excuse me' or 'I'm sorry' with what you say next (özür dilemek ve araya girmek için) ama Excuse me, but would you mind shutting the door?Polite expressions
Translations of “but”
in Arabic ولَكِن…
in Korean 그러나…
in Malaysian tetapi…
in French mais…
in Italian ma, però…
in Chinese (Traditional) 但是,不過, 而, 相反…
in Russian но…
in Polish ale…
in Vietnamese nhưng mà…
in Spanish pero…
in Portuguese mas…
in Thai แต่…
in German aber…
in Catalan però…
in Japanese しかし, だが…
in Indonesian tetapi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 但是,不过, 而, 相反…
(Definition of but conjunction from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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