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Translation of "same" - English-Turkish dictionary

same

adjective, pronoun     /seɪm/
the same
A1 exactly alike aynı, benzer, tıpkısı He's the same age as me. We work at the same speed. Cars cost the same here as they do in Europe.Similar and the sameDescribing people with the same qualities
A1 not another different thing or situation aynı They met at the same place every week. You meet the same people at all these events.Similar and the sameDescribing people with the same qualities
B2 not changed aynı, hiç değişmemiş, tıpkısının aynısı She's the same lively person she's always been. He looks exactly the same as he did ten years ago.Keeping and staying the sameNot able to be changed
all/just the same
despite what has just been said yine de, buna rağmen, bununla birlikte He doesn't earn much. All the same, he ought to pay for some of his own drinks.Connecting words which express a contrast
Same here. informal
something that you say when something another person has said is also true for you Al benden de o kadar!', 'Benim için de aynı!', 'Söyledikleri tıpa tıp doğru!', 'Söylediklerine tamamen katılıyorum!' "I think she's awful." "Same here."Accepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approval
the same old arguments/faces/story, etc informal
something or someone you have seen or heard many times before aynı tartışmalar/yüzler/hikaye vs. Plain and ordinaryTedious and uninspiring
→  See also be in the same boat , in the same vein , be on the same wavelength , same old same old
(Definition of same adjective, pronoun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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