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Translation of "capture" - English-Turkish dictionary

capture

verb [T]     /ˈkæptʃər/
PRISONER
B2 to catch someone and make them your prisoner ele geçirmek, esir etmek, tutsak etmek Two soldiers were captured by the enemy.Capturing or taking possession of thingsGetting, receiving and accepting
CONTROL
B2 to get control of a place with force bir yerin kontrolünü ele geçirmek Rebel troops have captured the city.Attacking and invading
GET
to succeed in getting something when you are competing against other people elde etmek, ele geçirmek, zaptetmek The Green Party has captured 12% of the vote.Getting, receiving and acceptingCapturing or taking possession of thingsCompeting and contending (non-sporting)Competing in sport
DESCRIBE
B2 to show or describe something successfully using words or pictures bir şeyi resim ve kelimeleri kullanarak tasvir etmek, göstermek His book really captures the spirit of the place.Describing and telling storiesRepresentation in art and in general
capture sb/sth on camera/film, etc
B2 to record someone or something on camera/film, etc kamera ile kaydetmek, yakalamak Cinema - general wordsPhotographyRecording sounds and images
capture sb's attention/imagination
to make someone very interested or excited birinin ilgisini ve hayal gücünü yakalamak, heyecanlandırmak, ilgilenmesini sağlamak The campaign has really captured the public's imagination.Making people excited and interestedInspiration and inspiring
capture sb's heart
to make someone love you kendine aşık etmek, kalbini çalmak She captured the hearts of the nation.Loving and in love
(Definition of capture verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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