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Translation of "appear" - English-Turkish dictionary

appear

verb [I]     /əˈpɪər/
SEEM
B1 to seem to be a particular thing or have a particular quality gibi gözükmek He appeared calm and relaxed. She appeared to be crying. [+ (that)] It appears that we were wrong about him.Seeming and purporting to beFaking and pretendingApparent and obviousVisible
BE SEEN
B1 to start to be seen görünmek, gözükmek, gözükmeye başlamak He suddenly appeared in the doorway. Then a bright light appeared in the sky. →  Opposite disappear Appearing and disappearing
BECOME AVAILABLE
B2 to start to exist or become available ortaya çıkmak, var olmaya başlamak Laptop computers first appeared in the 1990s. The story appeared in all the major newspapers.Available and accessiblePresent
appear in/at/on, etc
B1 to perform in a film, play, etc, or be seen in public bir film, oyunda rol almak, toplum içinde gözükmek She appears briefly in the new Bond film.Acting, rehearsing and performing
(Definition of appear from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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