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1.       raydin
135 posts
 28 Jul 2015 Tue 10:09 am

Vurdulu kırdılı olanlar. ?

2.       Faruk
1607 posts
 28 Jul 2015 Tue 11:49 am

 

Quoting raydin

Vurdulu kırdılı olanlar. ?

 

It´s an expression literally means "the ones that havr hittings and breaks". This is usually used for movies, or games that is about a war, fight, or includes all those smashes, destruction, etc. You got the point

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3.       pekka
46 posts
 28 Jul 2015 Tue 11:23 pm

is there any certain rule for this?, I have seen vuruldu kırıldı but I have not seen vurdulu, kırdılı can you explain it more?

4.       raydin
135 posts
 29 Jul 2015 Wed 10:08 am

Soo for example could i use it like this? 

 

Vurdulu kırdılı oyunlar 

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5.       gokuyum
5050 posts
 29 Jul 2015 Wed 04:27 pm

 

Quoting raydin

Soo for example could i use it like this? 

 

Vurdulu kırdılı oyunlar 

 

Yes you can. Here is the explanation and the source:

http://www.turkishlanguage.co.uk/suffix.htm

 

Turkish Containing Condition

Suffix: -li -lı -lü -lu originating from, furnished with, place of,
This suffix gives the sense of belonging to something or somewhere. It is used with place names especially to say where one is from. The -li suffix is not separated from a Proper Noun by an apostrophe as other suffixes generally are "Londra´lı" would be incorrect Londralı is correct. 
Londralı [Londra-lı] a Londoner
Londralılar [Londra-lı-lar] Londoners
İstanbullu [İstanbul-lu] an Istanbuli
İstanbullular [İstanbul-lu-lar] Istanbulis
İngiltereliyim [İngiltere-li-yim] I am from England
Bolulu [Bolu-lu] a person from Bolu
Çinli [Çin-li] a Chinese Man (Chinaman)
This suffix also gives the sense of belonging to something or somewhere, it is widely used with place names especially to say where one is from:
İngiltereliyim. I am from England.
Mançesterliyim. I come from Manchester.
Nerelisiniz? Where (exactly) are you from?

 

karışık mixed
kaşarlı [kaşar-lı] containing hard cheese
sucuklu [sucuk-lu] containing Turkish type sausage
salamlı [salam-lı] containing salami
sosisli [sosis-li] containing sausage
Due to vowel harmony -li has three of its four forms

 

The meaning of furnished with is used to make attributive adjectives tuz salt giving tuzlu salty is a prime example. Should you use sugar in your tea then you might ask for şekerli çay which can mean sweet tea, sugared tea, sugary tea, according to context.
sabır patience sabırlı patient
kuvvet strength kuvvetli strong
yaprak leaf yapraklı leafy
çimen lawn çimenli having a lawn
yaş age yaşlı old
renk colour renkli coloured
ses noise sesli noisy
yatak bed yataklı furnished with a bed
tuz salt tuzlu salty

Mehmet sabırlı bir adamdır. Mehmet is a patient man.
Ali kuvvetli bir genç. Ali is a strong youth.
Bir yapraklı ağaç. A leafy tree.
Çimenli bir ev. It is a house with a lawn.
Yaşlı bir at. It is an old horse.
İçkili bir lokantaya gittik. We went to an alcohol serving bistro.
Note: içkili furnished with alcoholic drinks [ie: Alcoholic drinks are served]

Plural nouns are formed by adding the -ler/-lar plural suffix to an adjective:
sabırlılar the patient ones
kuvvetliler the strong ones
yaşlılar the aged



Edited (7/29/2015) by gokuyum

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6.       Faruk
1607 posts
 29 Jul 2015 Wed 08:43 pm

 

Quoting raydin

Soo for example could i use it like this? 

 

Vurdulu kırdılı oyunlar 

 

Yes, exactly like this!

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7.       raydin
135 posts
 30 Jul 2015 Thu 04:59 pm

Teşekkürler much appreciated

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