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Translation of "over" - English-Turkish dictionary

over

adverb, preposition     /ˈəʊvər/
ABOVE
B1 above or higher than something üstünde, üzerinde, üzerine The sign over the door said "Private, No Entry". A fighter plane flew over.Above and over
SIDE TO SIDE
B1 If you walk, jump, climb, etc over an object or place, you go from one side of it to the other side. (yürüme, tırmanma, atlama) üzerini, üzerinde, üzerinden We had to climb over large rocks to get to the beach.Above and overGeneral words for movement
AMOUNT
A2 more than a particular amount, number, or age (miktar, sayı, yaş vs.) ...dan/den fazla Over 5,000 Internet users contact our website every year. Suitable for children aged 5 and over.Large in number or quantity
OPPOSITE SIDE
B1 on or to the opposite side of a road, bridge, path, etc karşısında/karşısına; çaprazında/çaprazına The station is over the bridge.Above and overThrough, across, opposite and against
COVER
A2 covering someone or something üstüne, üzerine She placed the quilt over the bed.Above and over
DOWN
down from a higher to a lower position aşağı, yere The little boy fell over and started to cry. She tripped over the rug.Above and overGeneral words for movement
PLACE
to a particular place buraya, burada/şuraya, şurada Could you bring the plates over here (= bring them to this place). He was sent over there during the war.Through, across, opposite and against
TIME
B1 during a particular period of time boyunca, süresince, zamanında, döneminde I was in Seattle over the summer.Simultaneous and consecutiveOrder and sequence
ABOUT
connected with or about ...ile ilgili olarak; konusunda/hususunda It's stupid arguing over something so trivial.Regarding and concerningLinking and relating
NOT USED
not used kalan, kullanılmamış olan; kullanılmamış/kalmış, bırakılmış There's some food left over from the party.Using and misusing
USING
B2 using the radio or telephone telefon/radyo kullanarak; telefon/radyo ile I made the booking over the phone.Communications technology - general words
be/get over sth
to feel better after being ill or feeling unhappy about something iyileşmek, kendine gelmek, toparlamak, daha mutlu olmak It took him months to get over splitting up with his girlfriend.Recovering from illness
do sth over US
to do something again from the beginning because you did not do it well the first time bir şeyi yeni baştan yapmak You've ruined it! Now I'll have to do it over.Continually and repeatedly
(all) over again
again from the beginning ta başından, ilk baştan, yeni baştan, bir daha It looks all messy. I'm going to have to do it all over again.Continually and repeatedly
over and over (again)
B2 repeatedly tekrar tekrar, defalarca He was whistling the same tune over and over.Continually and repeatedly
roll/turn, etc (sth) over
B2 to move so that a different part is showing, or to make something do this arkasını çevirmek; alt üst etmek; öteki tarafını döndürmek/çevirmek; ters yüz etmek/olmak She turned the page over.General words for movement
CONTROL
in control of someone or something kontrolünde, etkisinde, altında Her husband has a lot of influence over her.Controlling and being in charge
(Definition of over adverb, preposition from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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