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\"Sonuyup\"? Please translate this...
1.       emvahsi
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 02 Oct 2015 Fri 12:19 am

Hi, can anyone tell me what the word "sonuyup" means? I can´t seem to find any reference to it anywhere, but I saw it in context of this "Aldatmak hata değildir, kimse yanlışlıkla sonuyup sevişmez." Please could you translate that text for me so I can better understand?

Teşekkürler in advance!

2.       EmineNur
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 02 Oct 2015 Fri 12:35 am

I can be wrong but I think it´s "Soyunup" and not "Sonuyup"

The sentence means (I´m not a native speacker)

"Infidelity is not an error, nobody get naked (undressed) making love accidentally"

 

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3.       ahmet_a1b2
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 02 Oct 2015 Fri 06:56 am

it must be soyunup.right.

 

Aldatmak hata değildir, kimse yanlışlıkla soyunup sevişmez.

To deceieve is not a mistake because noone get naked accidently then make love.

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4.       emvahsi
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 02 Oct 2015 Fri 02:21 pm

Aaaah I see, now it makes sense to me! I was able to translate the rest of the text but that word stumped me!

Çok teşekkürler Ahmet ve Emine {#emotions_dlg.bigsmile}

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5.       JNQ
465 posts
 02 Oct 2015 Fri 09:19 pm

The -up suffix has the same meaning as the suffix of the next verb in the sentence and can be translated as ´and´. 

See for further explanation here:

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

Examples: 

Dükkana gidip ekmek alıp bana getirirsin. = You go to the shop, buy bread and bring it to me. (Because ´Dükkana gidersin ekmek alırsın bana getirirsin.´ is obviously too much trouble )

Eve gidip çay içiyorum. = I´m going home and drink tea.

Arabaya atlayıp çarşıya gidiyoruz. = We jump into the car and drive to the centre.

 

 

  

 

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6.       denizli
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 03 Oct 2015 Sat 03:24 am

 

Quoting JNQ

... (Because ´Dükkana gidersin ekmek alırsın bana getirirsin.´ is obviously too much trouble )

...

 

Then again it is similar in English: I may have been talking and driving at the same time.

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7.       JNQ
465 posts
 03 Oct 2015 Sat 12:13 pm

Yes but that´s 3 words. That IS too much trouble haha

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