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Turkish translation of “down”

down

adverb, preposition
 
 
/daʊn/
LOWER PLACE A2 towards or in a lower place
altta, alta/aşağı doğru
The kids ran down the hill to the gate. I bent down to have a look.Down and downwardMoving downwards
LEVEL/AMOUNT towards or at a lower level or amount
belli miktarın altında/altına inen
Can you turn the music down? Slow down so they can see us.Raising and lowering
SURFACE A1 moving from above and onto a surface
yukarıdan bir yüzeyin üzerine doğru/üzerinde
I sat down and turned on the TV. Put that box down on the floor.Down and downwardMoving downwards
DIRECTION A2 in or towards a particular direction, usually south
güneye doğru/güneyde; aşağı, aşağı doğru
Pete's moved down to London.Down and downwardMoving downwards
down the road/river, etc A2 along or further along the road/river, etc
nehir/yol boyunca
There's another pub further down the street.Through, across, opposite and against
note/write, etc sth down B1 to write something on a piece of paper
not almak/tutmak; çalakalem yazmak
Can I just take down your phone number?Writing and typing
STOMACH inside your stomach
mideye doğru/midede
He's had food poisoning and can't keep anything down.Down and downwardMoving downwards
be down to sb UK to be someone's responsibility or decision
(sorumluluk/yükümlülük) ...e düşmek, iş başa düşmek
I've done all I can now, the rest is down to you.Duty, obligation and responsibility
come/go down with sth to become ill
yatağa düşmek; yatak, döşek hasta olmak
The whole family came down with food poisoning.Being and falling ill
(Definition of down adverb, preposition from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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