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Turkish translation of “would”

would

modal verb
 
 
strong /wʊd/ weak /wəd/
IF B1 used to say what might happen if something else happens
bir şey olursa ondan sonra olabilecek şeyi anlatmada kullanılır (şart cümleciğinin 2. türünde)
What would you do if you lost your job?Possible and probable
SAID/THOUGHT B1 used as the past form of 'will' to talk about what someone has said or thought
geçmiş zaman fiil yapısında 'will' yardımcı fiilinin 2. hâli olarak kullanılır
Sue promised that she would help. They thought that she would never recover.
WILLING B1 used as the past form of 'will' to talk about what someone was willing to do or what something was able to do
birinin bir şeyi önceden yapmaya istekli olduğunu veya bir şeyin neyi yapabileceğini belirtirken 'will' yardımcı fiilinin geçmiş hâli olarak kullanılır
I asked her to talk to him, but she wouldn't. The car wouldn't start this morning.
would like/love sth A1 used to say politely that you want something
bir şeyi çok istemek/sevmek
I'd (= I would) like a cup of coffee, please.Polite expressionsMaking appeals and requests
would you A1 used to politely ask someone something
...misiniz/mısınız
Would you like a drink? Would you come with me, please?Polite expressions
IMAGINE B1 used to talk about a situation that you can imagine happening
ne olabileceği hayal edilen durumla ilgili olarak konuşurken
It would be lovely to go to New York.
I would imagine/think, etc used to give an opinion in a polite way
nazikçe bir konuda fikir beyan ederken kullanılır
I would imagine she'll discuss it with her husband first.Polite expressions
OFTEN B2 used to talk about things that happened often in the past
geçmişte sıkça tekrarlanan şeyleri belirtirken kullanılır
He would always turn and wave at the end of the street.Frequency and regularity - general words
She/he/you would! mainly UK used to show that you are not surprised by someone's annoying behaviour
Beklenir!', 'Yapar!', 'Umulur!' gibi birinin yaptıklarından dolayı şaşırmamayı belirtirken kullanılır
Margot spent £200 on a dress for the occasion but she would, wouldn't she? Annoying
(Definition of would from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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