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Translation of "observe" - English-Turkish dictionary

observe

verb [T]     /əbˈzɜːv/
WATCH
B2 to watch someone or something carefully dikkatle gözlemek/incelemek/tetkik etmek Children learn by observing adults.Using the eyesEyesight, glasses and lensesThe eye and surrounding areaPerceptive
NOTICE formal
to notice something dikkat etmek, farketmek, farkına varmak Using the eyesEyesight, glasses and lensesThe eye and surrounding areaPerceptive
SAY formal
to make a remark about something you have noticed işaret etmek, demek, söylemek, yorumda bulunmak "It's still raining," he observed.Remarks and remarkingExpressing and asking opinions
OBEY
to obey a law, rule, or religious custom (kanuni kural, dinî gelenek vs.) uymak, itina göstermek, saygılı olmak, riayet etmek to observe the lawObedient and compliantObeying and breaking the lawObeying and breaking the lawObedient and compliantDisobedientBad and wrong behaviour
(Definition of observe from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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