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narpyzn1mint2annoyingSen-ä narpyz ekeniň!It turns out that you are quite annoying!
nasnchewing tobacconas atmakto chew tobaccosmokeless tobacco often including ash, tar, and rumoured to have pigeon droppings
nasosna'sosnpumpguýudan suw çykaryjy nasospump pressing water from well
naýbaşadjthe best (of something); imposing, dignified, impressiveAdamym maňa naýbaşy possun sowgat etdi.My husband gave me the best fur as a gift.
naýynjarna:ýynja:radj1pitiful; pitiable, poor, wretchednaýynjar görnüşpitiful/sorry sightnaýynjar sözlerpitiful words2poor, sad3sorrowful, mournful, plaintivenaýynjar sessad/plaintive voice; moannaýynjar adammoanful mannaýynjar çagaa pitiful childnaýynjar zeýrença poor complaintnaýynjar görnüşpitiful/sorry sightnaýynjar seretmekto look pitiful
naýzanspear, lanceTürkmenler duşmanlara garşy naýza ulanypdyrlar.Turkmens used spears against their enemies.
nazarcfnukdaýnazarn1sight, looknukdaý nazarpoint of view, conceptionOl şübheli nazary bilen seretdi.She watched with an uncertain look.nazar aýlamakto look backnazardan sypdyrmakto loose sight of; to ignoreAwçy sülgüni nazaryndan sypdyrmady.The hunter did not loose sight of the pheasant.nukdaý nazardanaccording tonazary düşmekto notice somethingnazar salmakto look at, cast a glance/look (at); to favournazaryňy dikmekto gaze (at), stare (at)nazarda tutmakto take into consideration; to gaze (at), stare (at)2perspective, viewnukdaý nazarpoint of view, conceptionnukdaý nazardanaccording tonazarda tutmakto take into considerationnazar dikmekcomp.to look straight at someone or something; to fix your attention on someone or somethingbir zada nazaryňy dikmekto fix your sight on somethingnazar kaklyşmakcomp.to meet someone's eye; to exchange looks; to bear in mind; to remember; to aimnazara almakcomp.n1to keep in mind2to aim for, gaze, look
nazar salmakto look after, care for, helpHudaýyň nazar salan adamysomeone God takes care of
ne1adjneither... norErtiden bäri men ne naharlanyp bildim, ne dynç aldym.Since yesterday I have been able to neither eat nor rest.Sen ne geldiň, ne telefon etdiň.You neither came nor phoned.2***what, suchNe gözel howa!What fine weather!Ne gözel ýigitler al ganyny bu topraga akdyrdylar.What handsome young men shed their blood on this land?Baý-ba öýuň tozany ne bela.Oh, the house is dusty - what a disaster!
nebisngreediness, self-interestnebse çapmakto be greedynebsimiz agyrsa-dacomp.unfortunately; regrettablyNebsimiz agyrsa-da, biz utuldyk.Unfortunately, we were defeated.nebsiň agyrmakcomp.to feel sorry forGedaýyň bolup durşuna nebsim agyrap, oňa ýardam berdim.I felt so sorry for the down-and-out's whole situation, that I gave him help.
nebisjeňlikcfnebsewürlikngreedNebisjeňlik gowy häsiýet däl.Greed is not good character.
nebitnoil, petroleum Türkmenistanda nebit öndürilýär.Oil is made in Turkmenistan.nebit ýagycomp.nkeroseneNebit ýagynyň bahasy hem benzin bilen deň diýen ýaly.The price of kerosene is almost the same as petrol.
nebitçinoil workerBalkan welaýatynda nebitçiler köp.There are many oil workers in Balkan region.
Nebitdagnebitda:gnNebitdagNebitdagda el halylar arzan.Hand made carpets are cheap in Nebitdag.
nebsewürlikcfnebisjeňlikngreedNebsewürlik ýaramaz gylyk.Greed is a bad habit.
neçjarncarpenterBibi Merýemiň adamsy neçjar eken.The husband of saint Mary was a carpenter.
nejisneji:sadj1nasty, unpleasantnejis howafoul weathernejis işunpleasant work2horriblenejis duşmanhorrible enemy
nejislikneji:sliknwickedness, evilSeniň bu eden işiň nejislik.This thing you did is wicked.Ol öz dostlaryna nejislik etdi.He did evil to his friend.
nemn1moisture, dampnessýerde nem ýokthe soil is dry2rain, precipitationBu tomus nem dammady.There was no rain this summer.3tearOnuň gözünde nem göründi.Tears were seen in her eyes.
nemes'nemesnGermannemes aýalyGerman womannemes dilithe German languagenemesçe geplemekto speak German
neneňPronounhowOnuň naly neneň?How is she?
nepesnbreathernepesiňi dürsemekto take a breather; to have a short rest
nepisnepi:sadjbeautiful, elegant, finenepis halybeautiful carpetnepis keşdeelegant embroider
neressen1poor thing2poorAman neresse örän gowy adamdy.Poor Aman was very good man.
nerwnnervenerw kesellerinervous diseasesnerw merkezinerve centrenerw öýjüklerianatomynerwine degmekcomp.to get on somebody's nervesMaşynlaryň güwwüldisi meniň nerwime degýär.The noise of cars gets on my nerves.


Seret Türkmençe-iňlisçe sözlügi

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narpyzn1mint2annoyingSen-ä narpyz ekeniň!It turns out that you are quite annoying!
nasnchewing tobacconas atmakto chew tobaccosmokeless tobacco often including ash, tar, and rumoured to have pigeon droppings
nasosna'sosnpumpguýudan suw çykaryjy nasospump pressing water from well
naýbaşadjthe best (of something); imposing, dignified, impressiveAdamym maňa naýbaşy possun sowgat etdi.My husband gave me the best fur as a gift.
naýynjarna:ýynja:radj1pitiful; pitiable, poor, wretchednaýynjar görnüşpitiful/sorry sightnaýynjar sözlerpitiful words2poor, sad3sorrowful, mournful, plaintivenaýynjar sessad/plaintive voice; moannaýynjar adammoanful mannaýynjar çagaa pitiful childnaýynjar zeýrença poor complaintnaýynjar görnüşpitiful/sorry sightnaýynjar seretmekto look pitiful
naýzanspear, lanceTürkmenler duşmanlara garşy naýza ulanypdyrlar.Turkmens used spears against their enemies.
nazarcfnukdaýnazarn1sight, looknukdaý nazarpoint of view, conceptionOl şübheli nazary bilen seretdi.She watched with an uncertain look.nazar aýlamakto look backnazardan sypdyrmakto loose sight of; to ignoreAwçy sülgüni nazaryndan sypdyrmady.The hunter did not loose sight of the pheasant.nukdaý nazardanaccording tonazary düşmekto notice somethingnazar salmakto look at, cast a glance/look (at); to favournazaryňy dikmekto gaze (at), stare (at)nazarda tutmakto take into consideration; to gaze (at), stare (at)2perspective, viewnukdaý nazarpoint of view, conceptionnukdaý nazardanaccording tonazarda tutmakto take into considerationnazar dikmekcomp.to look straight at someone or something; to fix your attention on someone or somethingbir zada nazaryňy dikmekto fix your sight on somethingnazar kaklyşmakcomp.to meet someone's eye; to exchange looks; to bear in mind; to remember; to aimnazara almakcomp.n1to keep in mind2to aim for, gaze, look
nazar salmakto look after, care for, helpHudaýyň nazar salan adamysomeone God takes care of
ne1adjneither... norErtiden bäri men ne naharlanyp bildim, ne dynç aldym.Since yesterday I have been able to neither eat nor rest.Sen ne geldiň, ne telefon etdiň.You neither came nor phoned.2***what, suchNe gözel howa!What fine weather!Ne gözel ýigitler al ganyny bu topraga akdyrdylar.What handsome young men shed their blood on this land?Baý-ba öýuň tozany ne bela.Oh, the house is dusty - what a disaster!
nebisngreediness, self-interestnebse çapmakto be greedynebsimiz agyrsa-dacomp.unfortunately; regrettablyNebsimiz agyrsa-da, biz utuldyk.Unfortunately, we were defeated.nebsiň agyrmakcomp.to feel sorry forGedaýyň bolup durşuna nebsim agyrap, oňa ýardam berdim.I felt so sorry for the down-and-out's whole situation, that I gave him help.
nebisjeňlikcfnebsewürlikngreedNebisjeňlik gowy häsiýet däl.Greed is not good character.
nebitnoil, petroleum Türkmenistanda nebit öndürilýär.Oil is made in Turkmenistan.nebit ýagycomp.nkeroseneNebit ýagynyň bahasy hem benzin bilen deň diýen ýaly.The price of kerosene is almost the same as petrol.
nebitçinoil workerBalkan welaýatynda nebitçiler köp.There are many oil workers in Balkan region.
Nebitdagnebitda:gnNebitdagNebitdagda el halylar arzan.Hand made carpets are cheap in Nebitdag.
nebsewürlikcfnebisjeňlikngreedNebsewürlik ýaramaz gylyk.Greed is a bad habit.
neçjarncarpenterBibi Merýemiň adamsy neçjar eken.The husband of saint Mary was a carpenter.
nejisneji:sadj1nasty, unpleasantnejis howafoul weathernejis işunpleasant work2horriblenejis duşmanhorrible enemy
nejislikneji:sliknwickedness, evilSeniň bu eden işiň nejislik.This thing you did is wicked.Ol öz dostlaryna nejislik etdi.He did evil to his friend.
nemn1moisture, dampnessýerde nem ýokthe soil is dry2rain, precipitationBu tomus nem dammady.There was no rain this summer.3tearOnuň gözünde nem göründi.Tears were seen in her eyes.
nemes'nemesnGermannemes aýalyGerman womannemes dilithe German languagenemesçe geplemekto speak German
neneňPronounhowOnuň naly neneň?How is she?
nepesnbreathernepesiňi dürsemekto take a breather; to have a short rest
nepisnepi:sadjbeautiful, elegant, finenepis halybeautiful carpetnepis keşdeelegant embroider
neressen1poor thing2poorAman neresse örän gowy adamdy.Poor Aman was very good man.
nerwnnervenerw kesellerinervous diseasesnerw merkezinerve centrenerw öýjüklerianatomynerwine degmekcomp.to get on somebody's nervesMaşynlaryň güwwüldisi meniň nerwime degýär.The noise of cars gets on my nerves.