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TermDefinition
gecik-mek to be late, delayed
kap-mak to grab, to snatch
tak-mak to attach; to wear a tie, jewelry
kravat tak- to wear a tie
koy- (dat) to put, place (in)
seyret-mek to watch, look at (= izle-)
şaşır- (dat) to be surprised (at)
destekle- to support
haraket et- to act, to move
durdurlu-mak to be stopped (by s.o.)
tutuklan-mak to be arrested
tutukla-mak to arrest s.o.
ait ol- (dat) to belong (to s.th.)
dine-mek to try
katıl-mak to participate; to join
işbirliği yap-mak to cooperate
idam et-mek to hang(escude)
geliş-mek to progress (intransitive)
merak et-mek to worry (about)
destekle-mek to support
eşlik et- (dat) to accompany (s.o.)
değerini bil-mek to appreciate (s.th.); to know s.th.´s value
ata bin-mek to ride a horse
vur-mak to hit, strike
yalan söyle-mek to lie
yasakla-mak to forbid
etkile-mek to affect, influence
rica et- (acc)mek to ask, request (s.th.)
düşün- (acc)mek to think about, consider
tartış-mak to debate, discuss
tavsiye et- (-ma verbal noun indirect speech) to recommend
görün-mek to appear, look like (eg to look good)
öner-mek to suggest
yaşlan-mak to grow old
uyan-mak to wake up (self)
şikâyet et-mek to complain
kararmak to get dark, to darken
kısalmak to shorten, to shrink
sinirlen- (dat)mek to be nervous/ mad (about)
sevin- (dat)mek to be pleased (by)
alış- (dat)mak to be accustomed/ used (to)
utan- (abl)mak to be embarrassed (by)
duygular emotions, feelings
rahatsız ol- (abl)mak to make uncomfortable (about)
emin ol- (abl)mak to be sure, confident (of)
üşü-mek to feel cold
zorluk çek-mek to have difficulty
susa- (-e)mak to thirst (for); to get thirsty
umurunda olmak (= umursamak) to care about
iyileşmek to recover (from an illness); to improve, get better
gecik-mek to be late, delayed
kap-mak to grab, to snatch
tak-mak to attach; to wear a tie, jewelry
kravat tak-mak to wear a tie
koy- (dat)mak to put, place (in)
seyret-mek to watch, look at (= izle-)
şaşır- (dat) to be surprised (at)
destekle- to support
haraket et- to act, to move
durdurlu- to be stopped (by s.o.)
tutuklan- to be arrested
tutukla- to arrest s.o.
ait ol- (dat) to belong (to s.th.)
dine- to try
katıl- to participate; to join
işbirliği yap- to cooperate
idam et- to hang
geliş- to progress (intransitive)
merak et- to worry (about)
destekle- to support
eşlik et- (dat) to accompany (s.o.)
değerini bil-mek to appreciate (s.th.); to know s.th.´s value
ata bin-mek to ride a horse
vur-mak to hit, strike
yalan söyle-mek to lie
yasakla-mak to forbid
etkile-mek to affect, influence
rica et- (acc) to ask, request (s.th.)
düşün- (acc) to think about, consider
tartış-mak to debate, discuss
tavsiye et- (-ma verbal noun indirect speech) to recommend
görün-mek to appear, look like (eg to look good)
öner-mek to suggest
yaşlan-mak to grow old
uyan-mak to wake up (self)
şikâyet et- to complain
kararmak to get dark, to darken
kısalmak to shorten, to shrink

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