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Translation of "use" - English-Turkish dictionary

use

verb [T]
 
 
/juːz/ ( past tense and past participle used)
PURPOSE A1 If you use something, you do something with it for a particular purpose.
kullanmak
Can I use your pen? She uses her car for work. [+ to do sth] Nick used the money to buy a CD player.Using and misusing
MAKE LESS B1 to take an amount from a supply of something
almak, kullanmak
A shower uses less water than a bath.Using and misusing
PERSON to treat someone badly in order to get what you want
kullanmak, istismar etmek, sömürmek
He was just using me to make his girlfriend jealous.Using and misusingTreating people or animals badlyInsults and abuseUnkind, cruel and unfeelingViolent or aggressive
WORD to say or write a particular word or phrase
kullanmak, yazmak, söylemek
'Autumn' is used in British English and 'fall' in American English.Writing and typingSaying and utteringSaying again
could use sth mainly US informal something that you say when you want or need something
ihtiyacı olmak, kullanmak istemek, kullanabileceğini söylemek
I could use some help with these packages, please.Using and misusing
(Definition of use verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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