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müňküradjmistrustful, distrustfulmüňkür adamsceptic, cynicmüňkür bolmakto doubtOl kime müňkür boljagyny bilmedi.He didn't know how to be sceptical about somebody.
müňlerçenumthousandsMen bu ýeriň gapdalyndan müňlerçe gezek maşynly geçendirin.I must have driven past that place thousands of times.
müňýyllykadjthousandth anniversaryBiziň watanymyzyň bäş müňýyllyk taryhy bar.Our state has five thousand history.
mürepbenjam, conserveüzüm mürepbesigrape jamalma mürepbesiapple jam
mürähet etmekHave a taste!Ejem geçip barýan ýigide çörek mürähet etdi.My mother offered a bread to a man who passes in the street.
müsür1nEgyptMüsür halkyEgyptian people2adjOl ýerde gawun-garpyz Müsür ýaly bolup ýatyr.There are too many water-melons as Egypt.
müşderinclient, customer; buyer, purchaserMüşderiniň arzan soramaga haky bar.The purchaser has the right to ask for a cheaper price.
müşgilmüşgi:ladjdifficult, hard, complicatedmüşgil işhard workmüşgil meseledifficult taskOnuň ýanynda müşgil iş ýokdy.He wasn't afraid of difficulties.Meniň ýanymda müşgil iş bolmaz.There is no hard work near to me.
müýnliadjguilty
müýnsüzadjinnocent, without guiltOl etjegini edip, müýnsüz ýaly otyr.He is sitting as innocent after he has done what he wanted.
mydammyda:madjalwaysmydam şeýlealways the sameOl mydam ýanymda.He is always with me.
mydamamyda:ma:advalways, for everSen mydama zeýrenip ýörsüň.You are complaining all the time.
mydamalykmyda:ma:lykadjfor ever, for goodmydamalyk galmakto stay somewhere for everMen bu şäherde mydamalyk galýaryn.I stay in this city forever.
mydarmyda:rn1strength, forceonuň ýöremäge mydary galmadyhe was unable to walk2life, existence, life conditionsbar mydarymcomp.my hope, my lifeBiziň ýekeje çagamyz - ol bar mydarymyz.Our one child - he's our only hope.mydar etmekcomp.to live; to do withBiz köne maşyn bilen mydar edip gelýäris.We live and cope with old car.
myhmanmy:hma:nnguest, visitorhormatly myhmanguest of honourBiziň öýümize myhman geldi.Guests came to our house.myhman almakcomp.to receive visitors/guests, be hospitableOlaryň myhman almaga güýçleri ýetýär.They have property to receive guests.myhman bolmakcomp.to visit, be a guest (at, of)Men olarda myhman boldum.I was a guest at their house.gurultaýyň hormatly myhmany bolmakto be the honourable guest at a conference
myhman otagymy:hma:n otagynguest room, spare room, living room, sitting room, loungeBiziň myhman otagymyz uly.Our guest room is large.a guest room and a sitting room are much the same thing in Turkmen culture
myhmançylykmy:hma:nçylykn1visitmyhmançylyga gitmekto (pay a) visit (to)2guestmyhmançylykda bolmakto be a guest (of, at)
myhmanhanamy:hma:nha:nacfot-çöpn1hotel, innmyhmanhanada ýerleşmekto obtain a room in a hotel2sitting-room, living-room; guest-roomThe Turkmen people are extremely hospitable, and always keep one room in the house free for entertaining guests, who are free to choose to stay the night (if asked, which they usually are).
myhmanlykn1being a guest2concerning hospitality
myhmansöýermy:hma:nsöýeradjhospitable, welcomingmyhmansöýer adamhospitable personmyhmansöýer maşgalahospitable family
myhmansöýerlikmy:hma:nsöýerliknhospitalityTürkmenleriň arasynda myhmansöýerlik ýokary.Hospitality is high among Turkmens.
myjabatmyja:batnslander, calumnity, defamation, aspersionkimdir birine myjabat ýapmakto talk slanderously about somebody, slander somebody, defame, calumniate
mylakatlymyla:katlyadjkind, affectionate, tender, sweetmylakatly enea kind mothermylakatly çagaaffectionate childmylakatly sözlerendearing wordsmylakatly garaýyştender lookmylakatly bolmakto be polite/friendlymylakatly gürleşmekto speak to somebody friendly/politely
mylaýymmyla:ýymadj1warm, pleasantmylaýym howawarm weathermylaýym sespleasant voicemylaýym owazkind melody2mildmylaýym howamild weathermylaýym suwmild watermylaýym şemalmild windweather3kind, warm-heartedmylaýym adamwarm-hearted person
mynasybetmyna:sy:betproportion, share, honourMyhmanyň mynasybeti üçin uly taýýarlyk görüldi.Huge preparations were made to the guest's honour.