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Translation of "one" - English-Turkish dictionary

one

determiner     /wʌn/
PARTICULAR PERSON/THING
A2 used to refer to a particular person or thing in a group bir, biri, tek, yalnız One drawback is the cost of housing in the area. One of our daughters has just got married.Single, double and multiple
FUTURE TIME
B2 used to refer to a time in the future which is not yet decided (bilinmeyen) bir (gün, hafta vs.) We must have a drink together one evening.Describing when something happened or will happen
TIME IN PAST
B2 at a particular time in the past (geçmişte bilinmeyen) bir (gün, hafta vs.) I first met him one day in the park.Describing when something happened or will happen
ONLY
B2 only tek, sadece, yalnız, bir He's the one person you can rely on in this place.Single, double and multipleSingle, double and multiple
WITH ADJECTIVE mainly US
used to emphasize an adjective sıfatları vurgulamak için kullanılır; bir, yalnız tek That's one big ice cream you've got there!Intensifying expressions
one or two
B1 a few bir iki, birkaç, bir en fazla iki, cüzi I'd like to make one or two suggestions. →  See also put sth to one side , be one step ahead (of sb) Small in number and quantity
(Definition of one determiner from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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