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Translation of "even" - English-Turkish dictionary

even

adjective
 
 
/ˈiːvən/
FLAT flat, level, or smooth
düz, bir hizada, bir düzeyde/seviyede, engebesiz
Find an even surface to work on. →  Opposite uneven Straight, even and level
NOT CHANGING An even temperature or rate is regular and does not change very much.
sabit, değişmez
Keeping and staying the sameNot able to be changed
NUMBER An even number is a number which can be exactly divided by two, for example four, six, or eight.
(rakam) çift
→  Opposite odd Numbers generally
MONEY informal not now owing someone money
eşit, alacak vereceği olmayan
If you pay for my cinema ticket, we'll be even.Borrowing, lending and debt
COMPETITION An even race or competition is one that both players, teams, or people involved have an equal chance of winning.
eşit şansı olan
Gambling and bookmakingTaking risksScoring, winning and losing in sportWinning and defeatingLosing and being defeated
get even (with sb) informal If you get even with someone who has done something bad to you, you do something bad to them.
ödeşme, acısını çıkarmak, öcünü/intikamını almak
Revenge and vengefulness
(Definition of even adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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