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a

determiner ( also an)
 
 
strong // weak /ə/
BEFORE NOUN A1 used before a noun to refer to a single thing or person but not a particular thing or person or not one that you have referred to before
belirsiz tanım artıkeli
I need a new car. I saw a woman speaking to him.
ONE A1 one
bir
a hundred dollars a dozen eggsSingle, double and multiple
EVERY/EACH A1 every or each
her veya herbiri
A child needs love. Take one tablet three times a (= each) day.Both, all, each and every
TYPE A1 used to say what type of thing or person something or someone is
bir şeyin veya birinin ne tür bir kişi ya da şey olduğunu belirtir
It's a guinea pig. She's a doctor.
AN ACTION A2 used before some action nouns when referring to one example of the action
eylemin tek bir örnek olduğunu belirtmek için eylem bildiren isimlerden önce kullanılır
I'm just going to have a wash. Take a look at this.
TWO NOUNS A2 used before the first of two nouns that are often used together
çoğunlukla birlikte kullanılan iki isim olduğunda ilk isimden önce kullanılır
a cup and saucer
AMOUNTS A2 used before some phrases saying how much of something there is
bir şeyin ne kadar kaldığını bildiren bazı ifadelerden önce kullanılır
a few days a bit of sugar
NAME used before a person's name when referring to someone you do not know
bilinmeyen birine işaret etmek için o isimden önce kullanılır
There's a Ms Leeming to see you.
(Definition of a determiner from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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