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Turkish translation of “please”

please

verb
 
 
/pliːz/
B1 [I, T] to make someone happy
mutlu/memnun etmek
the desire to please I only got married to please my parents. → Opposite displeaseCausing pleasure
anything/as/what/whatever, etc you please used to say that someone can have or do anything they want
Nasıl isterseniz!', 'Dilediğiniz gibi!', 'Keyfinize göre!', 'Her nasıl dilerseniz!'
Feel free to talk about anything you please. He can come and go as he pleases.Freedom to actOpportunity
Please yourself. a slightly rude way of telling someone that you do not care what they choose to do
Siz bilirsiniz!', 'Nasıl isterseniz!', 'Her nasıl tensip buyurursanız!'
"I don't want anything to eat." "Please yourself."Lacking interest and enthusiasmUnwilling and reluctantNot showing or feeling emotions
(Definition of please verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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