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Translation of "promise" - English-Turkish dictionary

promise

noun
 
 
/ˈprɒmɪs/
B1 [C] when you say that you will certainly do something
söz, vaat, taahhüt
I'm not sure I can do it so I won't make any promises.Making and breaking promises and commitments
keep/break a promise B2 to do/not do what you said that you would do
sözünü tutmak/tutmamak
Making and breaking promises and commitments
show promise If someone or something shows promise, they are likely to be successful.
ümit vaat etmek; başarı/gelecek göstermek
As a child, he showed great promise as an athlete.PotentialHoping and hopefulness
Translations of “promise”
in Arabic وَعْد…
in Korean 약속…
in Malaysian harapan…
in French avenir…
in Italian promessa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 肯定地說, 允諾, 諾言…
in Russian обещание…
in Polish obietnica, przyrzeczenie…
in Vietnamese triển vọng…
in Spanish futuro…
in Portuguese promessa, palavra…
in Thai เค้าของความสำเร็จ…
in German die Hoffnung…
in Catalan promesa…
in Japanese 約束, 保証…
in Indonesian pertanda akan sukses…
in Chinese (Simplified) 肯定地说, 允诺, 诺言…
(Definition of promise noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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