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ableˈeɪb[ə]ladj1(edip) bilmek, başarmak, gurbat, güýçWill you be able to come?Siz gelip bilersiňizmi?He was not able to walk any further.Ýoly dowam etdirmäge onuň gurbaty galmady.2ukyply, başarjaňHe is a very able speaker.Ol ukyply gürrüňçi.as far as one is able tobaşardygyndan
aboutəˈbaʊt1prepbarada, hakynda, dogrusyndaHe was much troubled about his work.Ol öz işi barada aşa köp alada galdy.I'll see about it.Bu barada pikir ederin.2preptöweregin(d)eThey crowded about the old man.Olar gojanyň töweregine üýşdüler.3prepiçi bilenrun about the gardenbagyň içi bilen ylgamak4advtöweregi, golaýHe is about five feet tall.Onuň boýy bir ýarym metr töweregi.5advtöwerekde, golaý, ýanyndaOnce outside the dogs started to run about.Itler daşary çykandan töwerekde ylgap başladylar.6adjgolaýlaşmakThe concert was about to startKonsertiň başlanmagy golaýlaşdy.7adj-A lot of thieves are about in that area.Şu töwerekde ogry köp.
aboveəˈbʌv1prepüstüne, ýokarda, ýokarsynaThe sun rose above the mountain topsGün dag gerişleriniň üstünden galdyHe tried to shout above the noise.Ol galmagalyň üstüni basjak boldy.Above all, I want you to be honest.Ilki bilen, seniň dogruçyl bolmagyňy isleýärin.She thinks she is above reproach.Ol islendik tankytdan ýokarda diýip pikir edýär.2prepgowrak, artygrakAbove 300 people perished.Üç ýüzden gowrak adam wepat boldy.3advýokarda(n), ýokaryk, öňorders from aboveýokardan buýruklarthe book mentioned aboveöň agzalan kitap
acceptækˈsept1kabul etmek, makullamak2kabul etmek, makullamakI accepted his invitation.Men onuň çakylygyny kabul etdim.The coffee machine accepts only 20p coins.Kofe maşyny diňe ýigrimilik teňňäni kabul edýär.The plan was accepted by the directors.Direktorlaryň plany makullady.
accountəˈkaʊntnhasap
accurateˈæk.jə.rətadjtakyk, anyk; rejeli
acquaintanceəˈkweɪnt(ə)nsntanyşlyk; tanyşPleased to make your acquaintance!Tanyş bolanyma örän şat!
acrossəˈkrɒs1prepüstünden, ortasyndan, kesip geçmek, üsti, üstaşyr, içindento walk across the streetköçäni kesip geçmekto drape a blanket across the couchodeýaly diwanyň üstüne ýazmak2advinine, keseligine, üstaşyr, üstündento look across at somebodykimdir birine seretmekto measure 2 metres acrossinine iki metr ölçemek
actækt1v.iözüňi alyp barmak, hereket etmekThe boy acts rather strangely.Oglan özüni geň alyp barýar.I acted on my father's behalf.Kakamyň isleýşi ýaly hereket etdim.2v.iroly ýerine ýetirmek3niş, hereketHis act caused a lot of trouble.Onuň eden işi köp kynçylyk döretdi.4nakt, perdethe opening act of the playoýnuň başky akty5nakt, kanun, dokumentthe Act of NavigationGämiçilik akty
addædv.tgoşmak, artdyrmak, köpeltmekAdding a little garlic improves the taste.Azajyk goşulan sarymsak naharyň tagamyny gowulandyrýar.He quickly added that it wasn't her fault.Bu onuň ýalňyşy däldigini ol derrew sözüne goşdy.Two and four added together makes six.Ikä dördi goşsaň alty bolýar.Taking the new position he added to his problems.Ol uly wezipä geçip aladasyny köpeltdi.
aeroplaneˈɛːrəpleɪnnuçar
afraidəˈfreɪdadj predgorkan, gorkuzylanto be afraidgorkmak, üýşenmek, ätiýaç etmekto make someone afraidgorkuzmakI'm afraid I'm late.Gijä galandaryn öýdüp gorkýaryn.
after̩ˈaːftə[r], ˈæftə[r]1prepsoň, soňra, soňunda(n), yzy bilen, yzynda(n)She will come after supper.Ol agşamlykdan soň geler.After finishing his home work he went to play.Öý işlerini eden soň, oýnamaga gitdi.My name comes after yours.Meniň adym siziňkiden soň gelýär.She entered after her sister.Ol gyz doganynyň yzy bilen girdi.Is he after her or after her money?Ol ony halaýarmy ýa-da onuň puluny?I am named after my father.Men kakamyň adyny göterýärin.2advyzy bilen, yzdan, gijräksoon afteryz ýany bilen
again̄əˈɡen, əˈɡeɪn1ýene, täzeden2ýene, täzeden, gaýtadan, ýaňadanHe did it again.Ol muny ýene-de etdi.He promised that it will never happen again.Ol munuň ýaňadan hiç haçan gaýtalanmajakdygyna söz berdi.again and againöwran-öwrannow and againkäwagt, wagtal-wagtalto be oneself againöz-özüň bolmak
againstəˈɡenst, əˈɡeɪnst1prepgarşysyna, tersine, gabatWhy didn't they campaign against slavery?Näme üçin olar gulçulyga garşy göreşmediler?I've got nothing against you!Seniň garşyňa meniň hiç zadym ýok.Do not go against your relatives.Sen hossarlaryň tersine gitme.A young man stood leaning against the wall.Ýas ýigit diwara söýenip durdy.to be up against itkynçylyklara duçar bolmak2advgarşyTwenty percent of the members voted against.Agzalaryň ýigrimi göterimi garşy ses berdiler.
ageeɪdʒ1nýaşin his fortieskyrk ýaşlaryndaa middle aged womanorta ýaşly aýalto be (to act) one's ageýaşyňa görä özüňi alyp barmak2nasyr, döwür, eýýamthe Middle Agesorta asyrlarthe golden agealtyn asyr3nkämillik ýaşyto be of agekämillik ýaşynda bolmakto be under agekämillik ýaşyna ýetmedik4nköp wagtlap, uzak wagtI have not seen you for ages.Men seni köp wagtlap görmedim.5v.igarramak, gartaşmakIn hot climates people age quickly.Yssy ýerlerde adam çalt garraýar.6v.t.garratmakHis illness has aged him.Keseli ony garratdy.
agoəˈɡoʊadvmundan öň, öň, mundan ozallong agoöň, bireýýäma while agoýaňy-ýakynda, golaýda
agreeəˈɡriːv.i.razylaşmak, ylalaşmak, oňlamak, göwnemek, ugurlaşmakThe mayor agreed to have the building closed.Häkim binanyň ýapylmagy bilen razylaşdy.I quite agree with you.Men siz bilen doly ylalaşýaryn.All the accounts agree with the bank's figures.Ähli hasaplar bankyň sanlaryna gabat gelýär.
aireə[r]1nhowa, asman, atmosferaI need some fresh air.Maňa azajyk arassa howa gerek.A sharp piece of metal pointed up in the air.Ýiti metal bölegi asmana gezeldi.by airuçar bilenair forcehowa flotyShe has such an unpleasant air about her.Onuň töweregini ýaramaz atmosfera gurşapdy.2v.tşemallatmakto air a roomotagy şemallatmak3v.tdeminden düşmek4v.tefire goýbermekto air a radio programmeradio programmany efire goýbermekSomething is in the air.Howada nämedir bir zat bar.
alcoholˈælkəhɒl, ˈælkəhɔːlnalkogol, spirt, spirtli içgilerDisinfectants often contain alcohol.Arassalaýjy serişdelerde alkogol bar.He does not touch alcohol.Ol spirtli içgileri içmeýär.
aliveəˈlaɪvadj predic1diri, janlyFive passengers were still alive after the crash.Heläkçilikden soň bäş ýolagçy diri galdy.any man alivediri gezip ýören islendik adam2göz ýetirmek, düşünmekShe was always alive to the opportunity.Ol mümkinçilikler babatda hemişe janlydy.
allɔːl1adjbütin, ähli, bary, barhaNot all dogs are mean.Ähli itler ýarak däl.all the timehemişeall daybütin gün2pronbary, hemmeAll is well.Bar zat gowy.3advhemme, hemme zat, hemme kişiall aloneýeke, ýekelikall alongmydamaall at oncebirdenkäalright (all right)ýagşy, bolýar
almostˈɔːlmoʊstadvdiýen ýaly, takmynan, -yp/ip barýarIt's almost time.Wagt ýetip barýar.
aloneəˈloʊn1adjýeke, ýalňyz, täkThe old man is all alone.Ýalňyz garry adam.I'm afraid you're alone in your opinion.Sen öz pikiriňde ýekesin diýip gorkýaryn.2advýeke, ýalňyz, diňeHe came alone.Ol ýeke özi geldi.You can't move the piano alone.Seniň ýeke özüň pianinony süýşürip bilmersiň.in the month of June alonediňe iýun aýynda