one pronoun translate to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "one" - English-Turkish dictionary


PARTICULAR PERSON/THING A2 used to refer to a particular person or thing in a group that has already been talked about
bir şey/kişi
I've just made some scones, do you want one? Throw those gloves away and get some new ones. Chris is the one with glasses.Single, double and multipleParticular and individualPersonal pronouns
GENERAL formal A2 any person in general
biri, herhangi biri
One ought to respect one's parents.Personal pronouns
one at a time B2 separately
ayrı ayrı, birer birer, aynı anda bir tek şeyi yapmayı belirtir
Eat them one at a time.Order and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
one by one B2 separately, with one thing happening after another
birer birer, teker teker
One by one the old buildings have been demolished.Order and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
one another B1 each other
biri diğerine, birbirlerine
How can they reach an agreement if they won't talk to one another?Reciprocating
(all) in one combined into a single thing
bir arada; hepsi bir arada
It's a vacation and art course all in one.Single, double and multiple
(Definition of one pronoun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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