Mean İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

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İçinde Mean geçen İngilizce örnek cümleler. Mean kelimesinin İngilizce cümle içinde kullanımı ile ilgili olarak örnek cümlelerin yer aldığı sayfamız.

Mean İle İlgili İngilizce Cümleler

*** Can you understand the meaning of this sentence?

*** He was reluctant to reveal what he really meant.


*** Please come and see me next Sunday by all means.

*** She explained the literal meaning of the phrase.

*** This meant Florida had to count the votes again.

*** Donald is by no means sure of winning the election.

*** Your grandmother meant a lot to you, didn’t she?


*** He explained the literal meaning of the sentence.

*** I can’t get at the exact meaning of the sentence.

*** I don’t think my gift meant all that much to Donald.

*** She didn’t mean to offend anyone with her remark.

*** He doesn’t mean to be mean. It’s just his nature.

*** He explained the literal meaning of the sentences.


*** I am by no means satisfied with my present income.

*** What he meant by those words finally dawned on me.

*** Women are meant to be loved, not to be understood.

*** Does the name Herbert McAdams mean anything to you?

*** Gambling was by no means his only source of income.

*** I find it difficult to express my meaning in words.

*** Just because you can, doesn’t mean that you should.


*** That, of course, does not mean that they are right.

*** He contrived a means of speaking to Nancy privately.

*** He tried to approach her using every possible means.

*** If it means what I think it means, we’re in trouble.

*** It is by no means easy to master a foreign language.

*** The professor was unable to comprehend what I meant.

*** The teacher explained the meaning of the word to us.


*** The teacher explained to us the meaning of the poem.

*** This meant they were too weak to cause more trouble.

*** Donald didn’t give me a chance to explain what I meant.

*** We use a dictionary to look up the meaning of words.

*** His pride wouldn’t allow him to do such a mean thing.

*** Sometimes I can’t really grasp the meaning of a word.

*** We communicate with one another by means of language.

*** Could you clarify the meaning of your sentence for me?


*** That guy doesn’t know the meaning of the word harmony.

*** Do you mean that you have already decided on this plan?

*** I do not understand the exact meaning of this sentence.

*** This will mean that growing food will become difficult.

*** What we say and what we mean are often quite different.

*** I want to better understand what the meaning of life is.

*** She had enough sense to understand what he really meant.

*** The time will come when you will understand what I mean.

*** Fewer workers meant fewer people with money to buy goods.

*** He tried getting close to her using every means possible.

*** If you get your right ear pierced, that means you’re gay.

*** The greedy man was by no means satisfied with the reward.

*** There’s something I’ve been meaning to talk to you about.

*** When you get to be my age, you’ll understand what I mean.

*** Do you mean you don’t know what happened?


*** I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to make you cry.

*** Is that supposed to mean something to me?

*** The old man was not as mean as he looked.

*** Donald didn’t have any idea what Mary meant.

*** Why don’t you just tell me what you mean?

*** You don’t know how much this means to me.

*** I haven’t the faintest idea what you mean.

*** I know your being here means a lot to Donald.

*** I wonder if Donald really meant what he said.

*** The meaning of this sentence is ambiguous.

*** Donald didn’t mean to cause Mary any trouble.

*** I can’t tell you how much this means to me.

*** That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be careful.

*** I don’t want you to think I don’t mean that.

*** I want Donald to tell me what he meant by that.


*** Donald couldn’t understand what the sign meant.

*** Donald wants to understand the meaning of life.

*** I didn’t mean to interrupt your conversation.

*** I don’t mean to be unsociable, but I’m tired.

*** I’ve been thinking about the meaning of life.

*** Donald didn’t understand what Mary really meant.

*** I don’t mean to poke my nose into your affairs.

*** I didn’t mean to eavesdrop on your conversation.

*** I’m sure you didn’t mean to hurt Donald’s feelings.

*** Just because he’s rich, doesn’t mean he’s happy.

*** There are many words with meanings I don’t know.

*** Donald couldn’t make Mary understand what he meant.

*** Donald was a mean man before his daughter was born.

*** Can you understand the meaning of this paragraph?

*** I heard that Donald was mean to his last girlfriend.


*** I need to understand the meaning of this sentence.

*** I never meant to say anything about what happened.

*** I want you to know that I meant every word I said.

*** Donald is by no means unintelligent. He is just lazy.

*** I can’t tell you how much your support means to us.

*** I didn’t mean to eavesdrop, but I did overhear you.

*** Donald didn’t mean to tell Mary the secret, but he did.

*** Donald doesn’t know what Mary means when she says that.

*** Just because he’s wise, doesn’t mean that he’s honest.

*** Donald did say that, but I don’t think he really meant it.

*** I want Donald to know that I didn’t mean for this to happen.

*** It was only yesterday that I realized what she really meant.

*** Just because he likes painting doesn’t mean he’s good at it.

*** Donald asked Mary what the word meant, but she didn’t know either.

*** I may be unsociable, but it doesn’t mean I don’t talk to people.


*** Just because he likes painting doesn’t mean he’s good at painting.

*** Just because Donald said he didn’t have a key doesn’t mean it’s true.

***Health means everything.

***I make a mean margarita.

***I wonder what Donald meant.

***I’ll do it by all means.

***I’m sure you meant that.

***It doesn’t mean a thing.

***That’s not what I meant.

***This probably means war.

***Donald means nothing to me.

***What does he mean to do?

***You’re a mean old woman.

***He didn’t mean to hit me.

***He is by no means stupid.


***He was by no means happy.

***I didn’t mean to hit him.

***I will come by all means.

***I wonder what that means.

***It doesn’t mean anything!

***It has to mean something.

***It meant something to me.

***Laurie means a lot to me.

***She means nothing to him.

***That means nothing to me.

***This means nothing to me.

***Donald is mean to everybody.

***What does this even mean?

***Why is my sister so mean?

***You mean the world to me.

***Everyone is so mean to me.

***He lives within his means.

***I didn’t mean to hurt Donald.

***I didn’t mean to kill him.

***I just meant it as a joke.

***I was meaning to call you.

***I will do it by all means.

***It is by no means certain.

***May I ask what that means?

***Please do so by all means.

***Point to the one you mean.

***She is by no means stupid.

***Donald gave Mary a mean look.

***Donald knows what that means.

***Donald knows what this means.

***Donald will know what I mean.

***What did you mean by that?

***What does this kanji mean?

***When do you mean to start?

***You know I didn’t mean it.

***Did you mean what you said?

***Are you still asking yourself what the meaning of life is?

***Do you know what it means when a man gives a woman a ring?

***He tried getting closer to her using every possible means.

***His departure means that there will be peace in the house.

***I searched for the meaning of this word in the dictionary.

***Just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should.

***The doctor tried every possible means to save his patient.

***Modern man looks on money as a means to getting more money.

***Use a dictionary to find the meanings of the phrases below.

***We couldn’t grasp the meaning of what he was trying to say.

***Will you please explain the meaning of this sentence to me?

***Even though it meant risking danger, he decided to go there.

***I don’t know what that word means, but I’ll try to find out.

***It’s by no means impossible to earn one million yen a month.

***What do you think it means when a man gives a woman his key?

***Will you please explain to me the exact meaning of the word?

***You will have guessed its meaning by the end of the chapter.

***There’s a subtle difference in meaning between the two words.

***Human beings communicate with each other by means of language.

***Language is the means by which people communicate with others.

***A quarterly growth of 1.2% means an annual growth rate of 4.8%.

***Gradually the true meaning of what he said began to dawn on me.

***My younger sister has two sons, which means I have two nephews.

***Donald pointed to a word on the sign and asked Mary what it meant.

***Direct marketing is a means of allowing people to shop from home.

***The quarterly growth of 1.2% means an annual growth rate of 4.8%.

***Donald’s happiness means more to me than anything else in the world.

***If God had meant for us to be naked, we’d have been born that way.

***If Donald said three hundred dollars, he meant three hundred dollars.

***Just because a river is beautiful doesn’t mean that it is precious.

***There’s mold on the bread. This means that we can’t eat it anymore.

***I can’t remember the meaning of the word that I looked up yesterday.

***If you don’t know the meaning of a word, look it up in a dictionary.

***If you don’t know what the word means, look it up in the dictionary.

***The meaning of a word is determined by the context where it is used.

***Do you know what it means when a man gives a woman expensive jewelry?

***His oral agreement may not mean anything without his signed contract.

***I don’t know what this word means. I’ll look it up in the dictionary.

***Donald’s been meaning to clean out his badly cluttered garage for years.

***The textbook shows the meaning of each individual word with a picture.

***I’m sure it would mean a lot to Donald if you’d visit him in the hospital.

***You must cut down on extra expenses in order to live within your means.

***Just because you’re my girlfriend doesn’t mean I have to agree with you.

***The teacher found it difficult to get his meaning across to the students.

***Old words often take on new meanings because of inventions and technology.

***You should consult a dictionary when you don’t know the meaning of a word.

***This composition is so badly written than I can not make out what he means.

***When my doctor told me to eat more vegetables, he didn’t mean French fries.

***If I could have understood what Donald meant, I wouldn’t have made this mistake.

***You’ll find yourself in deep water if you continue to live beyond your means.



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