ýaraşdyrmakvto reconcileAdamlary ýaraşdyrmak gowy häsiýetleriň biridir.The ability to reconcile people is a good character trait to have.
ýaraşmak1vto make peace (with), come to an understanding, be reconciled (with)Men toý güni onuň bilen ýaraşdym.I was reconciled with him on the day of the wedding.
ýaraşmak2vto suit, fit, do (for)Geýen geýimi oňa ýaraşyp dur.Whatever he wears suits him very well.
ýaraşykn1peace2armistice, truceýaraşyk baglaşmakto conclude an armistice
ýaratmakv1to create, make2to use, to make use (of)Bankany zyňmaň, tomus, [peýdaly] zada ýaradaryn.Don't throw the jar away, this summer I can make good use of it.Turkmen use empty jars for canning/bottling fruit and vegetables such as aubergines.
ýardamýa:rdamnhelp, support, assistanceýardam etmekto help, supportýardam bermekto give help, provide support
ýarmakýa:rmakv1to crackTäzeçe ýumurtgany ýarmaly.You have to crack a fresh egg.2to slit open, to cut opengawun ýarmakto cut open a melon3to blow upköprini ýarmakto blow up a bridge4to biteMeni it ýardy.The dog has bitten me.5to break inöý ýarmakto break into a house6to punctureÇüý maşynyň tigirini ýardy.The nail punctured the tyre.7to make a hole indiwary ýarmakto make a hole in a wallbagty daş ýarmakcomp.to have luck with, be luckydil ýarmakcomp.vto utter a word, to speak up, enter the conversationBiziň syrymyz barada hiç kimiň ýanynda entek dil ýarmagyn.Do not utter a word to anyone about our secret.ýüregini ýarmakcomp.1to frighten, scareDaýaw köpek üýrüp meniň ýüregimi ýardy.A large dog frightened me with his barking.2to frightenOnuň bolşuny görüp meniň ýüregim ýaryldy.Seeing his condition I was so frightened.
ýarpyýa:rpynhalfýarpy bahasyhalf priceýarpy bahasyna almakto buy at half price
ýarylmakýa:rylmakv1to be cracked2to be split, be cutPürs iki ýaryldy.The log was split in two.3to explode, blow up4to be broken intoDükan ýarylypdyr.The shop was broken into.5to be punctured, to get a punctureýarylaýjak bolmakcomp.to be about to explode (with anger)Meniň ejem hapaçylygy görüp ýarylaýjak boldy.Having seen the mess, my mother was about to explode.
ýarymýa:rymnhalfMaňa ýarym kilo bersene.Please give me half a kilo.bir ýarym kiloone and a half kilosMen saňa bir ýarym sagat garaşdym.I waited for you for one and a half hours.indeclinableýarym adacomp.peninsulaOl ýarym adada ýaşaýar.He lives on a peninsula.ýarym ýalaňaçcomp.stripped to the waistÝarym ýalaňaç bolup köçä çyksaň özüň masgara bolarsyň.If you go out stripped to waist, you will disgrace yourself.ýarym ýaş bolmakcomp.to shed a few tearsÝarym ýaş bolma-da näme bolanyny aýt.Don't shed tears and tell me what happened.
ýaryşýa:ryşn1struggle2competition, contest, matchýaryşa çagyrmakto challenge to as competitionkubok ugrunda ýaryşcup competitionbasketbol boýunça ýaryşbasketball matchýaryşyň şertlerithe terms of the match
ýaryşmakýa:ryşmakvto compete (with, in), contend (with, for)ýüzmekde ýaryşmakto take part in a swimming contestylgamakda ýaryşmakto take part in a race
ýasalmakv1to be made, be put togetherAdamyň iň gerekli agzalary (el, aýak, göz, gulak) jübüt-jübütden ýasalypdyr.Man's most necessary organs (the arm, leg, eye, ear) were made in pairs.2to be formedgrammar
ýasamakv1to put together, assembleOl maşynyň detallaryny stanokda ýasady.He put the parts of the car together on the workbench.2to build / to makeÝakup ussa kätmen ýasady.Jacob the craftsman made a spade.3to formişlikden at ýasamakto form a noun from a verbgrammarýelk ýasamakcomp.to run (to), rush (to); Ol oba tarap ýelk ýasady.He rushed to the village.
ýasawulnmessengerOnuň gapdallynda birnäçe ýasawullar bardy.He had some messengers around him.
ýassanmakvto recline, lean on (e.g., pillow, cushion)Ýassyga ýassanyp ýatmak gör nähili hezil.How lovely it is to recline on a cushion.Turkmen homes have rugs on the floor, and large cushions you can place under your elbow to make it easier to recline. Meals are sometimes eaten Roman style i.e. whilst reclining.
ýassyadjeveningýassy namazyevening prayerýassy namazyny okamakto say an evening prayerreligious