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the past perfect

noun
 
 
( also the pluperfect)
the form of a verb that is used to show that an action had already finished when another action happened. In English, the past perfect is made with 'had' and a past participle.
(dilbilgisi) iki farklı eylemden bahsederken bir eylem olduğunda önceki eylemin çoktan bitmiş olduğunu gösteren fiil çekimi
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Translations of “the past perfect”
in Korean 과거 분사형…
in Arabic زَمَن الماضي التام (نَحو)…
in Portuguese o passado perfeito…
in Catalan el pretèrit plusquamperfet…
in Japanese (文法)過去完了形…
in Italian il passato perfetto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 過去完成式…
in Russian прошедшее совершенное время…
in Chinese (Simplified) 过去完成时…
in Polish czas zaprzeszły…
(Definition of the past perfect from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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