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Turkish for Bus Travel

Ken Grubb

A bus picks up passengers in Turkey.Çıktı: Departed.
Dakika: Minute (60 seconds).
Dolu: Full, reserved.
Firma: Firm, company.
Fiyat: Fare, price.
Haraket: Movement, departure.
Hareket Yeri: Departure place.
Hareket Tarihi: Departure date.
Internet Fiyatı: Internet price.
Kalkış: Departure.
Kalkış Yeri: Departure place.
Kalkış Saati: Departure time
Liste Fiyatı: Listed fare (list price).
Normal Fiyatı: Normal (standard) fare.
Otogar: Bus station.
Peron: Gate, departure gate.
Varış: Arrival.
Varış Yeri: Arrival place
Kalkış: Departure
Kalkış-Varış: Departure-arrival, round-trip ticket.
KM: Kilometers.
Otobüs Tipi: Bus type.
Saat: Time, hour.
Sefer: Trip.
Sefer Listesi: Trip listing.
Sefer Tipi: Journey type.
Sefer Durakları: Journey stops (number of stops along the way).
Sefer No., Sefer Numarasi: Trip number.
Sefer Sorgulama: Trip inquiry, normally the button on a website which takes to to the page where you can book a trip.
Teknobus: A bus equipped with wireless internet.
Transfer: transfer.
Travego: Standard long-distance bus.
Internet Fiyatı: Internet fare
Aradığınız kriterlere oygun sever bulunamamıştır: No journeys were found which meet your criteria.
Uygun: Avalilable, seats available.
Yolcu: Trip, journey.
Yolculu: Passenger.
Yolculuk Süresi: Trip duration.

See Also

Turkish Language Forum: Our forum for the Turkish language. If you have any questions, please ask them there.

Ken Grubb, author.

As a special investigator for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and teacher for the University of Maryland, Ken Grubb has lived and worked in Turkey since 1997. He now lives in Antalya, where he researches and writes guides to help others live skillfully in Turkey.


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