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Translation of "kindly" - English-Turkish dictionary

kindly

adverb     /ˈkaɪndli/
KIND WAY B1 in a kind or generous way nazikçe, nezaketle, kibarca She kindly offered to cook me lunch.Kind and thoughtful
PLEASE formal used in instructions to mean 'please', usually when you are annoyed lütfen, zahmet olmazsa, rica etsem Would you kindly get out of my car?Polite expressions
not take kindly to sth to not like something that someone says or does hoşlanmamak, iyi karşılamamak He doesn't take kindly to criticism.Not liking
Translations of “kindly”
in Korean 친절하게…
in Arabic بِلُطْف…
in Portuguese gentilmente…
in Catalan amablement…
in Japanese 親切にも…
in Italian gentilmente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 仁慈地, 友好地, 大方地…
in Russian доброжелательно, любезно, будьте любезны…
in Chinese (Simplified) 仁慈地, 友好地, 大方地…
in Polish życzliwie, uprzejmie…
(Definition of kindly adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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