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Turkish translation of “means”

means

noun
 
 
/miːnz/
METHOD [C] (plural means) B2 a way of doing something
vasıta, yol, araç
We had no means of communication. It was a means of making money.Ways of achieving things
MONEY [plural] money
para, varlık
We don't have the means to buy the house.AccountingForms of money and methods of payment
by no means; not by any means not at all
hiç bie şekilde, asla, kat'iyen, hiç bir zaman
I'm not an expert by any means.Yes, no and not
by all means something that you say when you are agreeing to let someone do something
'Hay hay!', 'Elbette!', 'Şüphesiz!', 'Lütfen...!'
I have a copy of the report on my desk. By all means have a look at it.Polite expressions
(Definition of means from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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