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Translation of "not" - English-Turkish dictionary

not

adverb     /nɒt/
A1 used to form a negative phrase after verbs like 'be', 'can', 'have', 'will', 'must', etc, usually used in the short form 'n't' in speech yardımcı fiilleri olumsuz yapmak için kullanılır; kısa yazılışı 'n't', ...ma/me I won't tell her. I can't go. He hasn't eaten yet. Don't you like her? It isn't difficult (= It is easy). The service isn't very good (= it is bad). You're coming, aren't you? I will not tolerate laziness.Yes, no and not
A1 used to give the next word or group of words a negative meaning yardımcı fiilllerle olumsuzluk anlamı vermek için kullanılır; kısa yazılışı 'n't', ...değil/yok I told you not to do that. I like most vegetables but not cabbage. "Come and play football, Dad." "Not now, Jamie." "Whose are these?" "Not mine."Yes, no and not
A2 used after verbs like 'be afraid', 'hope', 'suspect', etc in short, negative replies be 'afraid', 'hope', 'suspect' vb. fiillerden sonra kısaca olumsuz yanıt vermek için kullanılır "Do you think it's going to rain?" "I hope not." "Have you finished?" "I'm afraid not."Yes, no and not
certainly/hopefully not used after an adverb in short, negative replies bir zarftan sonra olumsuz cevap için kullanılır: kesinlikle/umit ederim ki öyle değil "She's not exactly poor, is she?" "Certainly not." "We won't need much money, will we?" "Hopefully not."Yes, no and not
not at all B2 used instead of 'no' or 'not' to emphasize what you are saying 'hayır', 'asla', 'kat'iyen', 'hiç de öyle değil' "I hope this won't cause you any trouble." "No, not at all." I'm not at all happy about it.Intensifying expressionsYes, no and not
Not at all. B1 used as a polite reply after someone has thanked you 'Bir şey değil!', 'Rica ederim!' 'Ne demek!', 'Estağfurullah!' "Thanks for all your help." "Not at all."Polite expressions
if not A2 used to say what the situation will be if something does not happen eğer öyle olmasaydı, öyle değilse I hope to see you there but, if not, I'll call you.Yes, no and not
or not A2 used to express the possibility that something might not happen ...yoksa mı/mi ... Are you coming or not?Yes, no and not
not a/one used to emphasize that there is nothing of what you are talking about tek bir kişi/kimse bile ... Not one person came to hear him talk. "You haven't heard from Nick, have you?" "Not a word."Yes, no and not
(Definition of not from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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