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Translation of "ever" - English-Turkish dictionary

ever

adverb     /ˈevər/
A2 at any time şimdiye kadar; herhangi bir zamanda Have you ever been skiing? No one ever calls me any more.Always and never
better/faster/happier, etc than ever
better/faster/happier, etc than at any time before öncesinden/evvelinden daha mutlu/hızlı/iyi vs. Intensifying expressions
hardly ever
B1 almost never neredeyse hiç; hiç denecek kadar az We hardly ever go out these days.Always and never
ever since
B1 always since that time ...den/dan beri, hep We met at school and have been friends ever since.Starting from a particular time
ever so/ever such a UK
B2 very/a very çok, öylesine She's ever so pretty.Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
for ever UK ( UK/US forever)
B1 always in the future hep, her zaman, daima; ebediyen, sonsuza dek I'm not going to live here for ever.Continually and repeatedlyLong periods of timeAlways and never
ever-changing/growing/increasing, etc
always changing/growing/increasing, etc daima değişen/gelişen/artan vs. Always and never
(Definition of ever from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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