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word

noun     /wɜːd/
A1 [C] a group of letters or sounds that mean something, or a single letter or sound that means something sözcük, kelime 'Hund' is the German word for 'dog'. He has difficulty spelling long words.Terminology and vocabulary
not believe/understand/hear, etc a word
B1 to not believe/understand/hear, etc anything hiç bir şey anlamamak/inanmamak/işitmemek vb. I don't believe a word he says.Something, anything, nothing, and everything
a word of warning/advice/thanks, etc
something that you say to warn someone/give them advice/thank them, etc ikaz/tavsiye/teşekkür vb. ifade eden sözler Just a word of warning - he doesn't like people being late.Giving advice
have a word with sb
B2 to talk to someone for a short time iki kelime etmek, kısa bir süre konuşmak I'll have a word with Ted and see if he wants to come.Informal talking and conversation
put in a good word for sb
to praise someone, often to someone who might be able to employ them lehinde konuşmak/söylemek/bulunmak Praising and applaudingExaggerating and playing down
give sb your word
to promise someone something söz vermek, vaatte bulunmak He gave me his word that he wouldn't tell anyone.Making and breaking promises and commitments
take sb's word for it
B2 to believe what someone says without any proof her söylediğine inanmak; sözlerine itibar etmek; sözüne güvenmek Believing
in other words
B2 used to explain what something means in a different way yâni, diğer bir şekilde; bir başka deyişle He said he's too busy, in other words, he isn't interested.Meaning and significanceTypifying, illustrating and exemplifying
in sb's words
used when you repeat what someone said başkasının deyişiyle/ifadesiyle In the manager's words, the game was 'a total disaster'.Terminology and vocabulary
word for word
using the exact words that were originally used kelimesi kelimesine She repeated word for word what he had told her.Accurate and exactQuoting and making references
→  See also a play on words , swear word , have the last word , not breathe a word , not get a word in edgeways
(Definition of word noun from the Cambridge Learner's Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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