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Translation of "use" - English-Turkish dictionary

use

noun     /juːs/
USING [U]
A2 when you use something, or when something is being used kullanma, kullanım an increase in the use of mobile phones Guests have free use of the hotel swimming pool. Turn the machine off when it's not in use (= being used).Using and misusing
PURPOSE [C]
B1 a purpose for which something is used fayda, yarar A food processor has a variety of uses in the kitchen. Can you find a use for this box?Using and misusingGoals and purposes
be (of) any/some use
B2 to be useful faydalı olm(ma)ak, işe yara(ma)mak Is this book of any use to you?Using and misusing
be (of) no use
B2 to not be useful faydası olmamak, hiç bir işe yaramamak His advice was no use at all.Using and misusing
be no use; be no use doing sth
B2 used to say that trying to do something has no effect hiç bir yararı olmamak; en küçük bir etkisi olmamak; faydasız/işe yaramaz olmak It was no use talking to him - he wouldn't listen.Useless and futile
WORD [C]
B1 one of the meanings of a word, or the way that a particular word is used (sözcük) kullanım; kullanım şekli Can you list all the uses of the verb 'go'?Terminology and vocabulary
the use of sth
permission to use something, or the ability to use something kullanım izni, kullanabilme Martin has offered me the use of his car.Using and misusing
make use of sth
to use something that is available yararlanmak, faydalanmak, kullanmak We were encouraged to make use of all the facilities.Using and misusing
(Definition of use noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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