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Translation of "under" - English-Turkish dictionary

under

preposition     /ˈʌndər/
BELOW
A1 below something altında She pushed her bag under the table. The children were sitting under a tree.Under and below
BELOW THE SURFACE
A1 below the surface of something altında, yüzeyin altında He could only keep his head under the water for a few seconds.Under and below
LESS THAN
A2 less than a number, amount, or age altında, aşağısına, daha aza You can buy the whole system for just under $2000. We don't serve alcohol to anyone under 18.Small in number and quantity
CONTROLLED BY
controlled or governed by a particular person, organization, etc yönetiminde, idaresinde, liderliğinde; kontrolünde a country under military rule The restaurant is under new management.Giving orders and commands
RULE/LAW
according to a rule, law, etc ...a/e göre; gereğince Under the new law, all new buildings must be approved by the local government.Rules and laws
IN A PARTICULAR STATE
B2 in a particular state or condition durumunda, halinde, altında The President is under pressure to resign. Students are allowed to miss school under certain circumstances.Conditions and characteristics
IN PROGRESS
used to say that something is happening at the moment but is not finished devam eden, süregelen, henüz bitmemiş A new 16-screen cinema is under construction. Several different plans are under discussion.Continue and last
NAME
using a particular name, especially one that is not your usual name başka isim altında; müstehar isimle He also wrote several detective novels under the name, Edgar Sandys.Names and titles
PLACE IN LIST
used to say which part of a list, book, library, etc you should look in to find something başlığı altında Books about health problems are under 'Medicine'.Classifying and creating order
(Definition of under preposition from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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