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Traducción de "say" - Diccionario Inglés-Turco

say

verb [T]     /seɪ/ (says, past tense and past participle said)
WORDS
A1 to speak words söylemek, demek "I'd like to go home," she said. I couldn't hear what they were saying. How do you say this word?Saying and utteringSaying again
TELL
B1 to tell someone about a fact, thought, or opinion söylemek, belirtmek, ifade etmek [+ question word] Did she say where she was going? [+ (that)] The jury said that he was guilty.Saying and utteringSaying again
INFORMATION
B1 to give information in writing, numbers, or signs bilgi vermek, göstermek, belirtmek My watch says one o'clock. What do the papers say about the election?Saying and utteringSaying again
say sth to yourself
to think something but not speak düşünmek, kendi kendine demek "I hope she likes me," he said to himself.Thinking and contemplating
SHOW
to show what you think without using words demek istemek, göstermek, söylemek, ifade etmek, açıklamak His smile seemed to say that I was forgiven.Saying and utteringSaying again
(let's) say...
used to introduce a suggestion or possible example of something diyelim ki... Say you were offered a better job in another city - would you take it?Suggestions and proposalsSamples and examples
You can say that again! informal
used to show that you completely agree with something that someone has just said Tamamen katılıyorum!', 'Seninle/sizinle aynı fikirdeyim!', 'Doğru söylüyorsunuz!' "That was a very bad movie!" "You can say that again!"Accepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approval
→  See also Say cheese! , easier said than done (easy) , it goes without saying
(Definition of say verb from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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