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Translation of "the" - English-Turkish dictionary

the

determiner     strong /ðiː/ weak /ði, ðə/
ALREADY KNOWN
A1 used before nouns to refer to particular things or people that have already been talked about or are already known bilinen veya hakkında konuşulan nesne ve insanları belirtmede isimlerden önce kullanılır Can you pass the salt? I'll pick you up at the station. That's the new restaurant I told you about.
ONLY ONE
A1 used before nouns when only one of something exists sadece bir tane olan isimlerden önce Have you seen the Eiffel Tower? I'd love to travel round the world.Possessive forms
SINGULAR NOUN
used before a singular noun to refer to all the things or people described by that noun bir grubu niteleyen tekil bir isimde önce The tiger has become extinct in many countries.Both, all, each and every
ADJECTIVE
used before some adjectives to make them into nouns bazı sıfatları isim yapmak için sıfatlardan önce getirilir a home for the elderly relatives of the deceased
COMPARE
B2 used before each of two adjectives or adverbs to show how one thing changes depending on another ne kadar ... o kadar ... The longer we live here, the more we like it.
EACH
used with units or measurements to mean each or every her, her biri anlamında ölçümlerde veya birimlerde kullanılır How many Belgian francs to the pound?
BODY
B1 used when referring to a part of the body vücudun bir uzvundan bahsederken He held her tightly by the arm.
TIME
B2 used before numbers which refer to dates or periods of time tarih ve zaman dilimini belirten rakamlardan önce the sixties Thursday the 29th of April
MUSIC
used with the names of musical instruments or dances to mean the type of instrument or dance in general belirli müzik aletleri ve dans isimlerinden önce Can you play the violin?
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