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Turkish translation of “of”

of

preposition
 
 
strong /ɒv/ weak /əv/
BELONG A1 belonging or relating to someone or something
...nın/nin; bir şeye birine ilişkin/ait olmayı belirtir
a friend of mine the colour of her hair part of the problemBelongings and possessions
AMOUNT A1 used after words which show an amount
miktar belirten sözcüklerden sonra kullanılır
a kilo of apples both of us a handful of raisinsGeneral words for size and amountMeasurements in general
NUMBER A1 used with numbers, ages and dates
rakam, yaş ve tarihlerle kullanılır
a boy of six a decrease of 10% the 14th of February 2005General words for size and amount
CONTAIN A1 containing
içeren
a glass of milk sacks of rubbishIncluding and containingComprising and consisting of
MADE made or consisting of
...dan/den yapılmış/ibaret
dresses of lace and silkIncluding and containingComprising and consisting ofComprising and consisting ofIncluding and containing
ADJECTIVE/VERB used to connect particular adjectives and verbs with nouns
belli sıfat ve fiilleri isimlerle birleştirmek için kullanılır
frightened of spiders smelling of garlic
SHOW A2 showing someone or something
bir şeyi, birini göstermede kullanılır
a map of the city centre
CAUSE B1 showing a reason or cause
...dan/den meydana gelmek; ...sebebiyle/nedeniyle
He died of a heart attack.Connecting words which introduce a cause or reason
POSITION A2 showing position or direction
...nın/nin konumu/yönünü göstermede
the front of the queue a small town north of Edinburgh
ACTION/FEELING used after nouns describing actions or feelings to mean 'done to' or 'experienced by'
...dan/den meydana gelen; ...ın/in ...
the destruction of the rain forest the suffering of millions
WRITTEN B1 written or made by
...tarafından yapılan/yazılan
the collected works of William Shakespeare
(Definition of of from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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