galdyrmak1vraiseeliňi galdyrmakto raise one's hand
galdyrmak2ga:ldyrmakv1to leaveçagalary öýde galdyrmakto leave the children at homeMen kitaby öýde galdyrdym.I left the book at home.açary öýde galdyrmakto leave the key at home2to forget, leave by mistakeMen sagadymy galdyrdym.I've forgotten my watch.3to put offişi ertire galdyrmakto put off one's work till tomorrowhaýran galdyrmakcomp.vto surprise, amazetäsir galdyrmakcomp.to impress
galdyrylmakv1to be lifted, be taken up2to be increasedÇöregiň bahasy galdyryldy.The cost of bread was increased.
galgatmakga:lgatmakv1to blow, to flutterÝel baýdaklary galgatýardy.The banners were fluttering in the wind.Ýel çadyry galgadýar.The tent is being blown by the wind.2to waveeliňi galgatmakto wave one's hand
galmagaln1noise, sound (of)Olaryň galmagaly eşidilýärdi.They were heard making a noise.galmagal turuzmakto make a noise2rowgalmagal etmekmake a row, kick up a row
galmak1ga:lmakvremaingalanlarthose who remained i.e. the rest, the otherson bire on bäş minut galandaquarter to elevenol dilden galdy(he's so sick) he can't speak
galmak2galmakv1to stand, get up, sit upOl ýerinden galdy.He stood up.aýak üstüne galmak to recover 2to riseBahalar birden galdy.Prices rose suddenly.Gün ýokary galdy.The sun has risen.Ýer asty suw ýokary galdy.Underground streams have burst through.
galoşga'loşngaloshes, overshoes, rubbersThese are like Wellington boots only without the leg part.