must modal verb translate to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "must" - English-Turkish dictionary

must

modal verb
 
 
strong /mʌst/ weak /məst, məs/
NECESSARY A2 used to say that it is necessary that something happens or is done
gereklilik/zorunluluk bildiren yardımcı fiil; ...malı/meli
The meat must be cooked thoroughly. You mustn't show this letter to anyone else. I must get some sleep.Essential or necessary
LIKELY B2 used to show that you think something is very likely or certain to be true
güçlü olasılık bildirir; ...malı/meli
You must be exhausted. She must be very wealthy.Possible and probable
SUGGEST B1 used to show that you think it is a good idea for someone to do something
birini bir şeyi yapmasını önermeyi bildirir; ...malı/meli
You must come and stay with us some time. Suggestions and proposals
(Definition of must modal verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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