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short

adverb
 
 
/ʃɔːt/
short of doing sth without doing something
hariç; ...dan/den başka; dışında
He did everything he could to get the money, short of robbing a bank.Abstaining and refraining
stop short of sth/doing sth to almost do something but decide not to do it
vazgeçmek, yapmamaya karar vermek
She stopped short of accusing him of lying.AlmostMerely and barely
fall short of sth to not reach a particular level, but only by a small amount
beklenenin altına düşmek, istenilen düzeye ulaşmamak
Sales for the first half of this year fell just short of the target.Failing and doing badlyScarce, inadequate and not enoughLacking things
cut sth short to have to stop doing something before it is finished
kısa kesmek, yarıda kesmek; sözünü kesmek
They had to cut the holiday short when her mother was taken ill.Stop having or doing something
Translations of “short”
in Spanish sin alcanzar…
in Vietnamese trước thời hạn chờ đợi…
in Thai โดยสังเขป…
in Malaysian singkat…
in French ne pas atteindre…
in German zu kurz…
in Indonesian tidak sampai…
in Chinese (Simplified) 早, 提前…
in Chinese (Traditional) 早, 提前…
(Definition of short adverb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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