once adverb translate to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "once" - English-Turkish dictionary


ONE TIME A2 one time
bir defa, bir kez
It's only snowed once or twice this year. I go swimming once a week (= one time every week).Rarely and infrequently
NOT NOW B1 in the past, but not now
bir zamanlar, eskiden
This house once belonged to my grandfather.In the past
once again B1 again
yine, bir daha, tekrar
Once again I'm left with all the washing up.Continually and repeatedly
all at once suddenly
aniden, birden bire
All at once he stood up and walked out of the room.Not expected or planned
at once B1 immediately
derhal, hemen
I knew at once that I would like it here.Immediately
at the same time
aynı zamanda, hep bir anda
They all started talking at once.Simultaneous and consecutiveOrder and sequence
once in a while sometimes but not often
zaman zaman, arada sırada, bazen
He plays tennis once in a while.Rarely and infrequently
once and for all If you do something once and for all, you do it now so that it does not have to be dealt with again.
ilk ve son defa/olarak, son olarak; bir daha ...mamak/memek üzere
Let's get to the bottom of this matter once and for all!Intensifying expressionsComplete and wholeVery and extreme
once more B1 one more time
yine, bir daha, yeniden
If you say that once more, I'm going to leave.Continually and repeatedly
for once B2 used to mean that something is happening that does not usually happen
bir defalık, bu seferlik
For once, I think I have good news for him.Unique and unusualGood, better and best in terms of quality
once upon a time B1 used at the beginning of a children's story to mean that something happened a long time ago
bir zamanlar, eskiden; evvel zaman içinde; bir varmış bir yokmuş
→  See also once in a blue moon In the past
(Definition of once adverb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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