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Turkish translation of “onto”

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
(Definition of onto from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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