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koridorkori'dorncorridor, hall, passage, landingJaňda okuwçylar koridora çykdylar.At the bell the pupils went out into the corridor.
kostýumkos'týumnsuit, costumeKerim owadan gara kostýum we galstuk geýipdir we juda syratly bolupdyr.Kerim wore a beautiful black suit and tie and looked very smart.
kowalamakcfkowalaşmakkowmakvto pursue, to chasekowalap ýetmekto catch up (with)yzyndan kowalamakto pursue somebody/something, to chase somebody, to follow after
kowalaşmakcfkowalamakkowmakv1to run after, pursueçagalar howlyda kowalaşýardylarthe children were chasing each other in the yard2to strive (for, after), seekpula kowalaşmakto strive for money
kowgynpursuit, chaseKowgy gelmeýänini görüp, ogry gaçmasyny bes etdi.On realising that no-one was pursuing him, the thief stopped running away.
kowmakcfkowalamakkowalaşmakv1to drive out, drive away, drive someone off, chase someone offöýden kowmakto drive outiti kowmakto drive a dog away2to sack, to fire, to expel, to dismiss, throw someone outişden kowmakto sack (from work)okuwdan kowmakto expel from the school3to drive (through)sygyrlary meýdana kowmakto drive the cows into the fieldugruna kowmakcomp.vto indulge, assent to, allowçagany ugruna kowmakto indulge the childSygrymyzy ugruna kowup, sürüde bakdyk.We followed our cow along with the herd.Eger çagany ugruna kowsaň, ol başyňa çykýar.If you agree to everything, your child will become spoilt.
kowulmakv1to be driven out, to be driven away2to be fired, to be sacked, to be expelled3to be driven (through, into)sygyrlar meýdana kowuldythe cows were driven into the field
kowumn1relative2clan, people, tribeTürkmenler köp dürli kowumlara bölünýär.Turkmen people are separated into many different clans.kowum-garyndaşcomp.nrelativesonuň kowum-garyndaşy köphe has many relatives
kowumdaşnfellow-clansman, fellow-tribesman, relative (within an extended family)Ol meniň kowumdaşym.She is my fellow-clansman.Seven generations define one clan
köçenstreet, roadAtabaew köçesiAtabayev streetBiz Nyýazow köçesinde ýaşaýarys.We live on Nyyazov street.
kök1adjcheerful, happy, in a good moodkeýpiň kök bolmakto be in a good mood
kök2nroot; radicalagajyň kökithe root of a treedişiň kökithe root of a toothkök urmakto be rooted (in), to take rootköki bilen goparmakto uproot, to tear up by the rootskök belligiradical signkwadrat köksquare rootkub kökcubed rootkök görkezijiroot indexmathematics
kökekö:kenbiscuit(s)meniň ejem süýji köke bişirip bilýär.My mother can bake sweet biscuits.
kölkö:lnlake, reservoirSarygamyş köli Daşoguzda ýerleşýär.Sarygamysh lake is located in Dashoguz.
kölegenshade, shadowkölegede durmakto stand in the shade
kömeknhelp, assistance, aidkömegi bilenwith the help ofkömek bermek (etmek)to help, to assist, to render aid/assistancekömege gelmekto come to the aidkömege çagyrmakto call for helpkömek ediň!help!ilkinji kömekfirst aidtiz kömek maşynycomp.ambulance
kömekçin1helper, assistantdirektoryň kömekçisiassistant directordirektoryň kömekçisi dokumentleri jemledithe assistant director collected the documents2kömekçi işlikauxiliary verbiňlis dilinde esasy kömekçi işlikler `be`, `have` we `do`in English, the basic auxiliary verbs are 'be', 'have' and 'do'.grammarbaglaýjy kömekçicomp.nconnectivekömekçi sözlercomp.connectives, connective wordsKömekçi sözler sözlemde sözleri birleşdirýärler.In sentences connective words connect phrases.
kömekleşmekvto help, to render aid/assistanceOl köp pul gazanmaga kömek edipdi.He has helped to raise a lot of money.
kömeleknmushroomkömelek çöplemekto gather mushrooms
kömürncoal, charcoal; embers; carbondaş kömürcoalgoňur kömürligniteagaç kömricharcoalkömür gazyjycoal-miner, collierkömür turşycarbonatekömür turşy gazcarbonic acid gas
könekö:necfgarryadj1oldköne jaýold houseköne köwüşold shoesköne wagtlardain olden times, in days of old2formerköne başlykformer chairmanköne zaman agtarmakcomp.to reminisce, to remind somebody of the pastolar gijesi bilen oturyp gürrüň etdiler, köne zamany agtardylarthey sat the whole night talking, reminiscing about the pastköne-küşülcomp.kö:ne-küşülnrags, old clothesköne geýimold clothes
könelmekkö:nelmekv1to be/become worn outgeýlip könelmekto become worn out2to become oldkönelen maşynold car3to become obsoletekönelen sözobsolete word
köňülnheart, soulköňül bermekto give one's heart (to)
köpadv1a lot, many, muchörän köpvery much, a lot ofköp okamakto read a lotköpüsimost (of them)2oftenol bize köp gelýärhe comes to us very oftenköp adamlycomp.populous, crowdedLondonyň köçeleri elmydama köp adamly.London streets are always crowded.köp nokatcomp.ellipses or suspension pointsKäbir sözlemlerde köp nokat goýulýar.Ellipses are used in some sentences.
köpçülikn1crowd, people, throng2publicköpçülik işipublic work


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koridorkori'dorncorridor, hall, passage, landingJaňda okuwçylar koridora çykdylar.At the bell the pupils went out into the corridor.
kostýumkos'týumnsuit, costumeKerim owadan gara kostýum we galstuk geýipdir we juda syratly bolupdyr.Kerim wore a beautiful black suit and tie and looked very smart.
kowalamakcfkowalaşmakkowmakvto pursue, to chasekowalap ýetmekto catch up (with)yzyndan kowalamakto pursue somebody/something, to chase somebody, to follow after
kowalaşmakcfkowalamakkowmakv1to run after, pursueçagalar howlyda kowalaşýardylarthe children were chasing each other in the yard2to strive (for, after), seekpula kowalaşmakto strive for money
kowgynpursuit, chaseKowgy gelmeýänini görüp, ogry gaçmasyny bes etdi.On realising that no-one was pursuing him, the thief stopped running away.
kowmakcfkowalamakkowalaşmakv1to drive out, drive away, drive someone off, chase someone offöýden kowmakto drive outiti kowmakto drive a dog away2to sack, to fire, to expel, to dismiss, throw someone outişden kowmakto sack (from work)okuwdan kowmakto expel from the school3to drive (through)sygyrlary meýdana kowmakto drive the cows into the fieldugruna kowmakcomp.vto indulge, assent to, allowçagany ugruna kowmakto indulge the childSygrymyzy ugruna kowup, sürüde bakdyk.We followed our cow along with the herd.Eger çagany ugruna kowsaň, ol başyňa çykýar.If you agree to everything, your child will become spoilt.
kowulmakv1to be driven out, to be driven away2to be fired, to be sacked, to be expelled3to be driven (through, into)sygyrlar meýdana kowuldythe cows were driven into the field
kowumn1relative2clan, people, tribeTürkmenler köp dürli kowumlara bölünýär.Turkmen people are separated into many different clans.kowum-garyndaşcomp.nrelativesonuň kowum-garyndaşy köphe has many relatives
kowumdaşnfellow-clansman, fellow-tribesman, relative (within an extended family)Ol meniň kowumdaşym.She is my fellow-clansman.Seven generations define one clan
köçenstreet, roadAtabaew köçesiAtabayev streetBiz Nyýazow köçesinde ýaşaýarys.We live on Nyyazov street.
kök1adjcheerful, happy, in a good moodkeýpiň kök bolmakto be in a good mood
kök2nroot; radicalagajyň kökithe root of a treedişiň kökithe root of a toothkök urmakto be rooted (in), to take rootköki bilen goparmakto uproot, to tear up by the rootskök belligiradical signkwadrat köksquare rootkub kökcubed rootkök görkezijiroot indexmathematics
kökekö:kenbiscuit(s)meniň ejem süýji köke bişirip bilýär.My mother can bake sweet biscuits.
kölkö:lnlake, reservoirSarygamyş köli Daşoguzda ýerleşýär.Sarygamysh lake is located in Dashoguz.
kölegenshade, shadowkölegede durmakto stand in the shade
kömeknhelp, assistance, aidkömegi bilenwith the help ofkömek bermek (etmek)to help, to assist, to render aid/assistancekömege gelmekto come to the aidkömege çagyrmakto call for helpkömek ediň!help!ilkinji kömekfirst aidtiz kömek maşynycomp.ambulance
kömekçin1helper, assistantdirektoryň kömekçisiassistant directordirektoryň kömekçisi dokumentleri jemledithe assistant director collected the documents2kömekçi işlikauxiliary verbiňlis dilinde esasy kömekçi işlikler `be`, `have` we `do`in English, the basic auxiliary verbs are 'be', 'have' and 'do'.grammarbaglaýjy kömekçicomp.nconnectivekömekçi sözlercomp.connectives, connective wordsKömekçi sözler sözlemde sözleri birleşdirýärler.In sentences connective words connect phrases.
kömekleşmekvto help, to render aid/assistanceOl köp pul gazanmaga kömek edipdi.He has helped to raise a lot of money.
kömeleknmushroomkömelek çöplemekto gather mushrooms
kömürncoal, charcoal; embers; carbondaş kömürcoalgoňur kömürligniteagaç kömricharcoalkömür gazyjycoal-miner, collierkömür turşycarbonatekömür turşy gazcarbonic acid gas
könekö:necfgarryadj1oldköne jaýold houseköne köwüşold shoesköne wagtlardain olden times, in days of old2formerköne başlykformer chairmanköne zaman agtarmakcomp.to reminisce, to remind somebody of the pastolar gijesi bilen oturyp gürrüň etdiler, köne zamany agtardylarthey sat the whole night talking, reminiscing about the pastköne-küşülcomp.kö:ne-küşülnrags, old clothesköne geýimold clothes
könelmekkö:nelmekv1to be/become worn outgeýlip könelmekto become worn out2to become oldkönelen maşynold car3to become obsoletekönelen sözobsolete word
köňülnheart, soulköňül bermekto give one's heart (to)
köpadv1a lot, many, muchörän köpvery much, a lot ofköp okamakto read a lotköpüsimost (of them)2oftenol bize köp gelýärhe comes to us very oftenköp adamlycomp.populous, crowdedLondonyň köçeleri elmydama köp adamly.London streets are always crowded.köp nokatcomp.ellipses or suspension pointsKäbir sözlemlerde köp nokat goýulýar.Ellipses are used in some sentences.
köpçülikn1crowd, people, throng2publicköpçülik işipublic work