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Translation of "whether" - English-Turkish dictionary

whether

conjunction     /ˈweðər/
CHOICE
B1 used to talk about a choice between two or more possibilities iki veya daha çok olasılık arasındaki seçimden bahsederken; ...ıp/ip ...meyeceğini/mayacağını Someone's got to tell her, whether it's you or me. I didn't know whether or not to go.Connecting words which express a contrast
IF
B1 if eğer, şayet I wasn't sure whether you'd like it.Connecting words which express a conditionConnecting words which express a contrast
Translations of “whether”
in Arabic إذا…
in Korean -인지 아닌지, 만일…
in Malaysian sama ada…
in French si…
in Italian se…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤用於轉述問題或表達疑問)是否…
in Russian или, ли, употребляется в косвенных вопросах ли…
in Polish czy…
in Vietnamese liệu có…
in Spanish si…
in Portuguese se…
in Thai หรือไม่…
in German ob…
in Catalan si…
in Japanese ~(する)かどうか, ~(する)か…
in Indonesian apakah…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤用于转述问题或表达疑问)是否…
(Definition of whether from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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