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Translation of "above" - English-Turkish dictionary

above

adverb, preposition     /əˈbʌv/
HIGHER POSITION
A1 in or to a higher position than something else yukarıya, yukarıda, üste doğru There's a mirror above the washbasin. I could hear music coming from the room above.Above and over
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A2 more than an amount or level üstünde, fazlasıyla, ziyadesiyle It says on the box it's for children aged three and above. Rates of pay are above average.Too much and unnecessary
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in a more important or advanced position than someone else üstünde, idarece yukarıda olan, amir konumunda Sally's a grade above me.Being important and having importancePosition and status in groups and organizations
TOO IMPORTANT
too good or important for something bir şey için çok önemli ve iyi olan, fevkinde olan No one is above suspicion in this matter.Too much and unnecessary
above all
B1 most importantly en önemlisi Above all, I'd like to thank everyone.Being important and having importance
(Definition of above adverb, preposition from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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