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owe

verb [T]
 
 
/əʊ/
B1 to have to pay money back to someone
borçlu olmak, borcu olmak
[+ two objects] You still owe me money. He owes about £5000 to the bank.Borrowing, lending and debt
owe sb an apology/favour/drink, etc B2 to have to give something to someone because they deserve it
birine özür/iyilik/içki vs. borcu olmak
I think I owe you an apology.Relieved and thankful
owe your existence/success, etc to sb/sth to have something or achieve something because of someone or something else
varlığını/başarısını birine/bir şeye borçlu olmak
The museum owes much of its success to the present generation of young British artists.Relieved and thankful
Translations of “owe”
in Arabic يَدين لـِ…
in Korean 빚지다…
in Malaysian berhutang…
in French devoir…
in Italian dovere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 負債, 欠(債), 欠(帳)…
in Russian быть должным, задолжать…
in Polish być winnym…
in Vietnamese nợ…
in Spanish deber…
in Portuguese dever…
in Thai เป็นหนี้…
in German schulden…
in Catalan deure…
in Japanese (人)に借金がある…
in Indonesian meminjam, berhutang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 负债, 欠(债), 欠(账)…
(Definition of owe from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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