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Traducción en turco de “onto”

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onto

preposition ( also on to)
 
 
/ˈɒntuː/
MOVING B1 used to show movement into or on a particular place
...ın/in üzerine/üstüne
The sheep were loaded onto trucks. Can you get back onto the path?On or off
hold/grip, etc onto sth to hold something
bir şeyi sıkı sıkıya tutmak; tutunmak
Hold onto my hand before we cross the road.Having in your hands
TALKING B2 used to show that you are starting to talk about a different subject
(başka bir konuya) ...ya/ye geçiş
Can we move onto the next item on the agenda?Continue and last
be onto sb to know that someone has done something wrong or illegal
hatasını/yasa dışı yapılanları bilmek; haberdar olmak; peşinde olmak
She knows we're onto her and she's trying to get away. Who put the police onto (= told the police about) her?Aware
be onto sth to know or discover something useful or important
faydalı/önemli bir şeyi keşfetmek/bilmek
Researchers think they may be onto something big. Can you put me onto (= tell me about) a good dentist?Finding and discovering
Traducciones de “onto”
en coreano -쪽으로, -로…
en árabe فَصاعِدًا, إلى…
en portugués sobre, em, para…
en catalán a, en, sobre…
en japonés ~の方へ, (次の話題)に移る…
en italiano in, su…
en chino (tradicionál) 動態, 到…之上, 向…之上…
en ruso на, в, к…
en chino (simplificado) 动态, 到…之上, 向…之上…
en polaco na, do…
(Definition of onto from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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