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Translation of "everything" - English-Turkish dictionary

everything

pronoun     /ˈevriθɪŋ/
A2 all things or each thing her şey They lost everything in the fire. What's the matter Nick, is everything all right?Something, anything, nothing, and everything
everything else
all the other things diğerleri, öteki şeyler The meat tasted strange, but everything else was okay.Something, anything, nothing, and everything
be/mean everything
to be the most important part of someone's life hayatta en önemli şey olmak; herşey demek His children mean everything to him. Money isn't everything.Being important and having importance
Translations of “everything”
in Korean 모든 것…
in Arabic كُلّ شَيء…
in Portuguese tudo…
in Catalan tot…
in Japanese 全てのもの、こと…
in Italian tutto, ogni cosa…
in Chinese (Traditional) 每件事, 所有事物, 一切…
in Russian всё…
in Chinese (Simplified) 每件事, 所有事物, 一切…
in Polish wszystko…
(Definition of everything from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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