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Translation of "up" - English-Turkish dictionary

up

adjective [never before noun]     /ʌp/
NOT IN BED B1 not in bed ayakta, yatakta değil I was up all night with the baby. Is she up yet?Not sleeping and not unconscious
be up and around/about to be well enough after an illness to get out of bed and move around yeterince iyileşmek, ayaklanmak, kendine gelmek Not sleeping and not unconscious
FINISHED If a period of time is up, it has ended. zamanı bitti, süresi doldu' anlamında kulllanılır My health club membership is up.Ends and endingsFinished and over
INCREASE If a level or amount is up, it has increased. artmak, yükselmek' anlamında kullanılır Profits are up by 26%.Increasing and intensifying
ROAD UK If a road is up, it is being repaired. onarımda, tamirde' anlamında kullanılır Routes and roads in general
OPERATING If a computer system is up, it is operating. bilgisayar 'çalışıyor, işlem yapıyor' anlamında kullanılır FunctioningPerforming a functionComputer concepts
SPORT US In baseball and similar sports, if a player is up, they are taking a turn to play. (beyzbol vb. sporlarda) 'sırada, sırası gelmiş, sırayla yapıyor' anlamında kullanılır Safe and secure
be up and running If a system, organization, or machine is up and running, it is operating. iyi gidiyor, iyi işliyor, tıkır tıkır/saat gibi çalışıyor; çalışır durumda olmak FunctioningPerforming a functionComputer concepts
(Definition of up adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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