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eachiːtʃ1pronher, her birEach of us expressed his mind.Biziň her birimiz pikirimizi beýan etdik.2pronher, birHe gave each of us an apple.Ol biziň her birimize bir almadan berdi.We bought lemons for 30 pennies each.Biz limonlaryň her birini otuz teňňeden satyn aldyk.They love each other.Olar biri-birini söýýärler.We can help each other.Biz biri-birimize kömek edip bilýäris.3adjherEach student has a separate room.Her talybyň aýratyn otagy bar.The fare is £Ž2 each way.Her tarapynyň biletiniň bahasy iki funt.each otherbiri birimiz, bir biriňiz
earlyəː[r]li1adviras early as possiblemümkin boldugyça irin the early morningertir irdenearly vegetablesir ýetişýän gök önümler2adjirkiearly [in the season] rainsirki ýagyş3adjbaşynda, başdakyin the early years of this centuryşu asyryň başyndain the early chapters of the bookbu kitabyň başdaky baplarynda
earthəː[r]θ1nýer, toprakto work the earthýer bejermek2nÝerthe EarthÝer, ýer togalagyThe Earth goes round the sun.Ýer Günüň daşyndan aýlanýar.3nhin, sürento run a fox to earthtilkini hinine kowmak4v.týere birikdirmek6.6.8.1Working with electricity
easeiːz1nýeňillik, ýeňilleşmewith easeýeňillik bilen2v.tköşeşdirmrk, ýeňilleşdirmek, peseltmekThe tablets have eased the pain.Tabletkalar agyryny peseltdi.My talk with the doctor has eased my mind.Meniň lukman bilen gürrüňim meni köşeşdirdi.3v.tgowşatmakto ease a screwwinti gowşatmakto ease a beltguşagy gowşatmak
eastiːstngündogarThe wind is the from the East.Şemal gündogardan öwüsýär.Far/Middle EastUzak/Orta Gündogar
easyˈiːzi1adjaňsat, ýeňilIt's easy to get there.Ol ýere barmak aňsat.It's easy.Bu ýeňil.2adjýeňilThe pain is a little easier.Agyry ýeňilleşdi.3advýuwaşEasy there!Ýeňillik bilen! Ýuwaşlyk bilen!Take it easy!Gaýgy etmäň!
eatiːtSmplePstatePstPtceatenv.t1iýmekto eat an applealma iýmekEat up your porridge, children.Kaşaňyzy iýip gutaryň, çagalar.Have you eaten?Çörek iýdiňmi?2iýmek, (kenary) ýuwmakThe iron has been eaten away by rust.Pos demri iýipdir.The river banks have been eaten away.Derýanyň kenarlary ýuwlupdyr.
eaten'iːt(ə)nPstPtc ofeat
eighteɪtnumsekizSo far eight workers have been killed.Häzire çenli sekiz işçi öldürildi.
eighthˈeɪtθnumsekizinjifive eighthssekizden bäş bölegi
emptyˈempti1adjboşan empty box/houseboş guty/öýempty promisesboş söz bermeler2v.tboşatmak, içip boşatmakto empty a glassstakany içip boşatmakto empty wine out of a bottleşeraby çüýşeden dökmek3v.iboşamak, boşap galmakThe streets soon emptied when the rain began.Ýagyş ýagyp başlanyndan soň, köçeler boşap galdylar.
endend1nsoňythe end of a streetköçäniň soňysign at the end of the listsanawyň soňuna goluňyzy çekiň2ngalyndy,ends of breadçörek galyndylarythe [discarded] ends of a salamikolbasa kesindileri3ngutarma, soňyI don't like the end of the story.Men hekaýanyň soňuny halamaýaryn.at the end of the century/Julyasyryň/iýulyň ahyrynda4v.tgutarmak, tamamlamakto end a speechsözüňi tamamlamakto end a meetingýygnagy ýapmak5v.igutarmak, tamam bolmak, tamamlanmakHow did the experience end?Başdan geçirme nähili tamamlandy?Term ended last week.Semestr geçen hepdede tamamlandy.
enemyˈenɪmɪndüşmanThe enemy were pursued for two miles.Düşman üç kilometrden bäri yzarlanyp gelindi.He searched the skies for enemy bombers.Ol asmandan duşman bombalaýjylaryny gözledi.Reform, as we know, is the enemy of revolution.Reforma, biziň bilşimiz ýaly, rewolýusiýanyň duşmanydyr.
enoughɪˈnʌfnýeterlik, kanagatlanarlykly, geregiçeHave you had enough?Size ýeterlikmi?We have enough to live on.Bizde günümizi görmäge ýeterlik serişde bar.We have enough time for a game of tennis.Tennis oýnamaga biziň ýeterlik wagtymyz bar.We've enough petrol to get home.Öýe aşmak üçin bizde ýeterlik benzin bar.Sure enough - I'll be there!Elbetde, men gelerin!Sure enough!Hut şeýle!That's enough!Besdir!
eveniːv[ə]n1advhatdaHe didn't even look up.Ol hatda kellesini hem galdyrmady.even ifhatda egereven thoughbolsa-daI wouldn't say even if I knew.Hatda eger men bilen bolsam hem aýtmazdym.2adjdüz, tekizan even surfacetekiz üsteven breathingbirsydyrgyn dem alyş3adjdeňeven sharesdeň paýlar
everˈevə[r]advgelejekde bir wagt, haçanda bolsa bir wagtHave I ever met before?Öň haçan-da bolsa bir wagt saňa duşupmydym?evergreenbaky ýaşyl ösümlik
everyˈevriadjher, her birI heard every word you said.Men seniň aýdan her bir sözüňi eşitdim.I wish you every success!Men saňa üstünlik arzuw edýärin!every dayher günevery second daygünaşa
everyoneˈevrɪwʌnpronher bir adam, hemmeler
everythingˈevrɪθɪŋnhemme zatArt is everything to her.Sungat onuň üçin hemme zat.
everywhereˈevrɪweə[r]advhemme ýerdehere, there and everywhereol ýerde, bu ýerde we hemme ýerde
exampleɪɡˈzaːmp[ə]ln1mysalfor examplemeselemto cite an examplemysal getirmek2göreldeto set an examplegörelde görkezmekto follow somebody's examplebiriniň göreldesini eýermek3nusgaThis chapter is a typical example of the author's incompetence.Bu bölüm awtoryň tagaşyksyzlygynyň aýdyň nusgasy.
exchangeɪksˈtʃeɪndʒv.t1çalyşmakto exchange moneypul çalyşmakwomen who exchange moneypul çalyşýan zenanlarDo you want to change dollars for manat?Dollar (manat üçin) çalyşjakmy?2kaklyşmakto exchange looksnazar kaklyşmak
exodusˈɛksədəs1tutuş halk bir ýurtdan başga ýurda göçýär2"Müsürden çykyş"Töwradyň bir bölegi
explainɪksˈpleɪnv.tdüşündirmekHow do you explain the disappearance of the gun?Tüpeňiň ýitmegini sen nähili düşündirip biljek?That explains it!Indi, hemmesi düşnükli!
eye1ngözMaria's eyes filled with tears.Mariýanyň gözlery ýaşdan doldy.the evil eyeýaman gözglass eyeçüýşe göz2neye of a needleiňňäniň göziEyes right!/left!Saga/çepe dogurlanyň!4.8.1Hostility4.8.2Fight4.8.3War3v.tseretmek, göz gezdirmekHe eyed me with suspicion.Ol maňa şübheli seretdi.