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Eğlenceli İngilizce: Deyimler 2 (Idioms)

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Eğlenceli İngilizce: Deyimler 2 (Idioms) 258 views | Category: Education / Eğitim | Added by misti on 2017/06/15
Tag: mbirgin, enlem ve boylam, eğlenceli ingilizce, english, idioms, phrasal verbs, süslü ingilizce, ingilizce kalıplar, sesli ingilizce, ingilizce cümleler, ingilizce türkçe çeviri

Örnek cümlelerle İngilizce deyimler ve Türkçe karşılıkları...

Hazırlayan ve Sunan: Mustafa Birgin

Eğlenceli İngilizce / Enlem ve Boylam 75 (Kasım 2014)

Ayrıntı ve daha fazlası için: http://www.mbirgin.com/?c=HTML&ID=475&t=enlemveboylam75kasim2014
A: Doctor, what’s the bottom line?
B: If you don’t quit smoking, you’ll die within a year.
bottom line: sonuç, netice

I have a gut feeling that Ozan won't pass the test.
gut feeling: sezgi, iç ses

A: Mehmet, I’ve discovered the meaning of life.
B: Really? I’m all ears.
I’m all ears: dikkat kesilmek, can kulağı ile dinlemek

A: The fight was horrible. One man kept punching the other again and again and again–
B: OK. That’s enough. I get the picture.
get the picture: durumu anlamak

Hicabi and his father don’t see eye to eye on the issue of abortion.
see eye to eye: göz göze bakmak, aynı fikirde olmak

A: Dad, can I have another ice cream cone?
B: Don’t push your luck, kid.
don't push your luck: şansını zorlama!

Beauty is a matter of opinion but ugliness is universal
matter of opinion: subjektif, herkesin değişik düşündüğü bir konu

Cem's vacation plans were still up in the air.
up in the air: kararlaştırılmamış, havada kalmış

It’s normal to get cold feet before your wedding day.
get cold feet: endişelenmek, çekinmek, tereddüt etmek

Janet doesn’t normally watch hockey but she jumped on the bandwagon because her city’s team was in the playoffs.
get/jump/leap on the bandwagon: çoğunluğa katılmak, kazanan tarafa geçmek.

My father reads the fine print on every contract he signs.
fine / small print: genellikle sözleşmelerde yer alan küçük yazılar.

Ziya and Zehra had dinner at a quiet restaurant off the beaten track in Istanbul.
beaten track: uğrak yeri, sıkça gidilen yer

Losing his job turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Afterward, Soner found his dream job.
a blessing in disguise: başlangıçta kötü görünüp sonradan iyi olan şey

The group members were all on the same wavelength, so they were able to finish their project quickly.
on the same wavelength: aynı kafada olmak, aynı fikirde olmak

The politician passed the buck onto someone else instead of accepting responsibility for the problem.
pass the buck: topu baskasina atmak, sorumluluğu başkasına yıkmak

Having children can be an obstacle for women who want to climb (to the top of) the corporate ladder.
climb to the top of the career/corporate ladder: şirkette üst düzeye ilerlemek

When his father died, Mert was given free rein to do whatever he liked with the family business.
free rein: tam yetki, hareket özgürlüğü

Everybody is in favor of the new police chief.
My company is not in favor of changing our holiday schedule.
in favor of: desteklemek, onaylamak

The company puts out a newsletter every month for the employees.
put out: yayinlamak, üretmek

The police ruled out the man as a possible bank robber.
We decided to rule Monday out as the day to have our meeting.
rule out: silmek, reddetmek, önlemek, hariç bırakmak

I do not know what the company will do with respect to the old computer system.
with respect to: konusunda, ile ilgili olarak

The manager's new proposal makes sense.
make sense: mantıklı olmak, anlamlı olmak

I’ve had it up to here with this mess! Clean your room now!
have had it up to here: buraya kadar, artık yeter

It’s already 6 pm. Let’s call it a day.
call it a day: bugünlük bu kadar

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