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such

pronoun, determiner
 
 
/sʌtʃ/
REFER TO B2 used to refer to something or someone that you were just talking about, or something or someone of that type
böyle, bu gibi, bunun gibi
It's difficult to know how to treat such cases.Similar and the sameDescribing people with the same qualities
FOR EMPHASIS A2 used to emphasize a quality of someone or something
bu kadar, o kadar, öylesine
She's such a nice person. It's such a shame that he's leaving.Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
such as A2 for example
örneğin, meselâ, söz gelimi, benzeri
She can't eat dairy products, such as milk and cheese.Samples and examples
as such used after a word or phrase in negative statements to mean in the exact meaning of that word or phrase
aslında, esasında, başlı başına
There are no rules as such, just a few guidelines.Accurate and exact
such...that used to talk about the result of something
öylesine ... ki; okadar ...ki
The whole thing was such a worry that I began to lose sleep over it.
there's no such thing/person (as)... B2 used to say that something or someone does not exist
(gibi) böyle bir şey/kimse yok
There's no such thing as ghosts.Non-existence and not being
Translations of “such”
in Russian такой, подобный…
in Polish taki…
(Definition of such from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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