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Translation of "or" - English-Turkish dictionary

or

conjunction     strong /ɔːr/ weak /ər/
BETWEEN POSSIBILITIES
A1 used between possibilities, or before the last in a list of possibilities veya, yoksa Would you like toast or cereal? Is that a boy or a girl? You can have beer, wine, or mineral water. The house will take two or three years to complete.Either, or, neither, nor
CHANGE
B2 used to change or correct something you have said veya, veyahut, ya da We told the truth, or most of it.Either, or, neither, nor
REASON
used to give a reason for something you have said yoksa, aksi takdirde/hâlde She must love him or she wouldn't have stayed with him all these years.Either, or, neither, nor
NOT EITHER
A2 used after a negative verb between a list of things to mean not any of those things or people veya...de Tim doesn't eat meat or fish.Either, or, neither, nor
(Definition of or from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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