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promise

verb
 
 
/ˈprɒmɪs/
SAY [I, T] B1 to say that you will certainly do something or that something will certainly happen
söz vermek, vaatte bulunmak
[+ to do sth] She promised to write to me every week. [+ (that)] Paul promised me that he'd cook dinner tonight.Making and breaking promises and commitments
GIVE [+ two objects] B1 to say that you will certainly give something to someone
vaat etmek, sözünü vermek; ümit vermek
They promised us a reward.Making and breaking promises and commitments
promise to be sth B2 If something promises to be good, exciting, etc, people expect that it will be good, exciting, etc.
...olacağını vaat etmek; ...sözünü vermek; heyecan verici/iyi gibi görenmek/olacağa benzemek
Planning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trapping
(Definition of promise verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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