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Translation of "here" - English-Turkish dictionary

here

adverb     /hɪər/
IN THIS PLACE
A1 in the place where you are burası, burayı, burada Does Jane live near here? Come here!PresentAvailable and accessibleUnavailable and inaccessible
GETTING ATTENTION
used to bring someone's attention to someone or something işte, buraya Look, here's our bus. Here, put this on.Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant
here you are/ here he is, etc
A2 used when you see someone or something you have been looking for or waiting for İşte!', 'Burada!', 'Buyurun!', 'İşte orada/burada!', 'İşte geliyor/göründü!' vb. Here she is at last. Here we are, this is the place.InterjectionsSounds used as interjections
GIVING
A2 used when you are giving someone something işte Here's a present for you.Giving, providing and supplyingPolite expressions
Here you are.
used when you are giving someone something Buyurun!', 'Buyurun burada!', 'Buyurun işte!' "Have you got the paper?" "Here you are."Giving, providing and supplyingPolite expressions
AT THIS POINT
B2 at this point in a discussion şimdi, şu anda, burada, bu durumda/konumda I don't have time here to go into all the arguments.Points in time
ON THE TELEPHONE
A1 used when saying who you are on the telephone telefonda kim olduğunu belirtirken; 'Buyrun ben ...!' Hello, it's Tim here.Communicating by telephone
here and there
B2 in several different places but without any pattern şurada, burada; orada, burada Tall trees were growing here and there.General location and orientation
(Definition of here from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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