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Translation of "place" - English-Turkish dictionary

place

verb
 
 
/pleɪs/
place sth in/on, etc B2 to put something somewhere carefully
özenle/itina ile yerleştirmek/koymak
She placed a large dish in front of me.Placing and positioning an object
[T] to cause someone to be in a situation
sokmak, ...durumuna getirmek; ...konumunda bırakmak
One stupid action has placed us all at risk.Causing things to happen
can't place sb to not be able to remember who someone is or where you have met them
tanıyamamak, hatırlayamamak, çıkaramamak
I recognize her face, but I can't quite place her.Forgetting and forgetfulness
place an advertisement/bet/order, etc to arrange to have an advertisement/bet/order, etc
ilan/sipariş vermek, bahis oynamak
Planning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trapping
place emphasis/importance, etc on sth to give something emphasis/importance, etc
önem vermek; vurgu yapmak
They place a lot of importance on qualifications.Classifying and creating order
(Definition of place verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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