Turkish Arabic Dictionary - Serdar Mutçali - Dagarcik

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  • Turkish Arabic Dictionary - Serdar Mutçali - Dagarcik

    Browse_detail_publication_date 2012-12-01
    Number of Prints 2nd Edition
    Number of Pages 1056
    Skin Type Hardcover
    Paper Type Book Paper 1.Ham.
    Dimension 14 x 20 cm

    Read,your Lord is the most generous. Alak 1-2

    The work; It is prepared alphabetically according to the root of the word from Turkish to Arabic. It is one of the most comprehensive dictionaries published in our country.


    Thoughts, opinions, objections are expressed in the easiest words. Language is our great gateway to the outside world, we express to those around us what we have in our minds and hearts.

    When we think about it in this context and based on the point that Turks and Arabs are peoples who have important common denominators rather than being two sister societies, we believe that they have a lot to say to each other.

    There are four main activities of foreign language education that we can refer to as "reading, hearing, speaking, writing". If the first goal of the Arabic student is probably to understand that he is reading, his second goal is expected to be "self-expression".

    At this point, we can say that turkish Arabic dictionary will be one of the instruments that the person with sufficient grammar equipment and text experience will need to achieve his new goal.

    Sözk aims to be clear and descriptive in terms of both Turkishand Arabic and to protect the user from errors (relative to the possibility). In order to achieve this goal, the expressions, phrases, descriptions, synonyms in which the word is found are included.

    We would like to thank ahmet Ozcan, Enam Mustafa and Mustafa Sittîti gentlemen for their assistance in the amendment and control of the Turkish Arabic Dictionary, and we ask for forgiveness for possible errors in the dictionary.

    In the hope that the way of studying knowledge will help its patient passengers. (Turkish Arabic Dictionary , Serdar Mutçalı , Dagarcik Publications, dagarcik dictionary, cheap Turkish Arabic dictionary )

    Serdar MUTÇALI


    The main items are bold and the column is the most problematic.

    Different meanings are divided by numbers 1., 2....
    The italic word in parentheses indicates the straight integrasion.
    b-i and< Tümlecin kişi
    band indicates that the Integration is an object.

    • Descriptions are included in brackets.

    Arabic expressions include occasional expressions in spoken language in brackets (in order to make these expressions easier for Arab users), and these expressions are not recommended to be used unless necessary.

    • Indicates that sub-clauses (abandoned expressions) and samples will follow.

    It is at the beginning of each sub-item.

    • Indicates that the following word is plural.

    Language is the most important tool we use for communication. Arabic has been and will continue to be perhaps the most important tool in the transmission of a culture dominated by Islam for centuries. When we examine the teaching of this important reflector in our country, we can see that the number of people interested in Arabic is a small majority. It is an undeniable fact that this majority is not homogeneous and consists of different segments of society with different demands. Considering these demands, our publishing house has found it right to publish an alphabetical dictionary in ARABIC TURKISH - TURKISH ARABIC DICTIONARY.

    Why an Alphabetical dictionary that is not in the root assembly?

    A significant number of Arabic dictionaries are prepared in root assembly. We are somewhat out of tradition in this dictionary. We can say that those who started studying Arabic could not easily find what they were looking for in the dictionaries of the root assembly for a period of not so short in the first stage. The most important reason for this is that the student does not have sufficient word deriing knowledge in the first stage. An alphabetical dictionary is expected to resolve this issue significantly. To make the difference clearer, we can make the following samplings:

    s_fi word in a root-organized dictionary

    Turkish Arabic Dictionary - Serdar Mutçali - Dagarcik

    article, and in order for the student to find the word, he/she must have the consumable information that can know that the letters t and o in the word are derived, and in an alphabetical dictionary, it is enough to search for v o* ^', respectively.

    the word is located under jij article in a root-organized dictionary, so the student should have the knowledge and experience to guess that the letter _* in the root word may have fallen. In an alphabetical dictionary, it is enough to search only in order of letters and can easily find the word with its order.

    We hope that the study will be useful to our students.

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