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Turkish translation of “it”

it

pronoun
 
 
/ɪt/
THING A1 used to refer to the thing, situation, or idea that has already been talked about
o, onu; bahsedilen nesne, durum veya fikre atıfta bulunmada kullanılır
"Have you seen my bag?" "It's in the hall."Personal pronouns
DESCRIPTION A1 used before certain adjectives, nouns, or verbs to introduce an opinion or description of a situation
o, onu; bir fikri veya bir durumun tasvirini belirten belli sıfat, isim veya fiillerden önce kullanılır
It's unlikely that she'll arrive on time.Personal pronouns
SUBJECT/OBJECT A1 used with certain verbs that need a subject or object but do not refer to a particular noun
o, onu; bir özne veya nesneye gereksinim duyan ancak hususi bir isme atıfta bulunmayan belli fiillerden önce kullanılır
It costs less if you travel at the weekend. I liked it in Scotland.Personal pronouns
TIME/WEATHER A2 used with the verb 'be' in sentences giving the time, date, weather, or distances
o, onu; zâmanı, tarihi, havayı veya mesafeleri veren cümlelerde 'be' fiili ile kullanılır
It rained all day. What time is it?Personal pronouns
SEEM used as the subject of verbs such as 'seem', 'appear' and 'look'
'seem', 'appear' ve 'look' fiillerinin öznesi olarak kullanılır
It seemed unfair to leave her at home.Personal pronouns
EMPHASIZE used to emphasize one part of a sentence
cümlenin bir bölümünü vurgulamak için kullanılır
It's the children I'm concerned about, not me.Personal pronouns
it's sb/sth used to say the name of a person or thing when the person you are speaking to does not know
o'dur; konuştuğunuz kişinin bilmediği nesnenin veya kişinin adını söylemede kullanılır
It's your Dad on the phone.Names and titles
(Definition of it pronoun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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