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English translation: it is a form of expressing suddenless or a polite request

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Turkish term or phrase:takiver, cakiverip
English translation:it is a form of expressing suddenless or a polite request
Entered by: 1964
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19:59 Oct 1, 2000
Turkish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Turkish term or phrase: takiver, cakiverip
what do such verb forms mean?
Shehnaz
it is a form of expressing suddenless or a polite request
Explanation:
takıver means please ,attach,fasten,put something on ,indicating a request
suffixed by vermek in ivermek form to all verbs.İf it is an order form
it is polite request or semi polite request.
But when not in order form it means
a sudden occurance sucha as
Düşüvermek (düşmek +ivermek) to fall suddenly. so 1.your case looks like polite request not 2.
adding please to the order forms
please do, eate, come will be OK.
you may look at vermek verb in any Turkish dictionary as a referance
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1964
Turkey
Local time: 05:50
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nait is a form of expressing suddenless or a polite request
1964


  

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it is a form of expressing suddenless or a polite request


Explanation:
takıver means please ,attach,fasten,put something on ,indicating a request
suffixed by vermek in ivermek form to all verbs.İf it is an order form
it is polite request or semi polite request.
But when not in order form it means
a sudden occurance sucha as
Düşüvermek (düşmek +ivermek) to fall suddenly. so 1.your case looks like polite request not 2.
adding please to the order forms
please do, eate, come will be OK.
you may look at vermek verb in any Turkish dictionary as a referance

1964
Turkey
Local time: 05:50
Native speaker of: Native in TurkishTurkish
PRO pts in pair: 356

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