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Turkish translation of “stop”

stop

verb
 
 
/stɒp/ (present participle stopping, past tense and past participle stopped)
FINISH [I, T] A1 to finish doing something that you were doing
durmak, bırakmak, bitirmek, son vermek
[+ doing sth] Stop laughing - it's not funny. He started to say something and then stopped. I'm trying to work but I keep having to stop to answer the phone (= stop so that I can answer the telephone).Stop having or doing something
FOR A SHORT TIME [I] A2 to stop a journey or an activity for a short time
ara vermek, durdurmak, bırakmak
He stopped at a pub for lunch.Staying and remainingWaiting
NOT OPERATE [I, T] B1 to not continue to operate, or to make something not continue to operate
çalışmamak, çalıştırmamak, durmak, durdurmak, işlememek, işletmemek
My watch has stopped. Can you stop the video for a minute?Causing something to endComing to an end
FINISH MOVING [I, T] B1 to not move any more, or make someone or something not move any more
durmak/durdurmak, hareket etmek/ettirmemek
A car stopped outside the house. I stopped someone in the street to ask for directions.Staying and remainingWaiting
BUS/TRAIN [I] A2 If a bus, train, etc stops at a particular place, it pauses at that place so that people can get on and off.
(otobüs, tren vb.) durmak; durakta durmak
Does this train stop at Cambridge?Staying and remainingWaitingBoarding and alighting from modes of transport
END [T] to make something end
sona erdirmek, son vermek
We must find a way to stop the war.Causing something to endComing to an end
PREVENT [T] B1 to prevent something from happening or someone from doing something
engellemek, engel olmak; ...a/e son vermek; ...ı/i durdurmak
[+ from + doing sth] Health workers are trying to stop the disease from spreading.Preventing and impedingLimiting and restricting
Stop it/that! used to tell someone to finish doing something, usually something annoying
Kes şunu!', 'Bırak onu!', 'Durdur şunu!'
Stop it! I can't concentrate if you keep making a noise.Stop having or doing something
stop a cheque UK ( US stop a check) to prevent money from being paid from a cheque (= a piece of paper that you sign to pay for things)
ödemeyi durdurmak
→ See also stop at nothing, stop the rotPreventing and impedingLimiting and restrictingForms of money and methods of payment
(Definition of stop verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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