what ... for

what ... for
1) (why(?): What did he do that for?) niçin, niye, neden
2) (for what purpose(?): What is this switch for?) ne için, ne amaçla

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  • what...for — what…for : for what purpose or reason What did you do that for? [=why did you do that?] What is this switch for? [=what does this switch do?] “The principal wants to see you.” “What for?” [=why?] …   Useful english dictionary

  • what ... for? — what … for? For what reason, or with what purpose in mind? (also dialect what for…?) • • • Main Entry: ↑what …   Useful english dictionary

  • what … for? — For what reason, or with what purpose in mind? (also dialect what for…?) ● what …   Useful english dictionary

  • what for? — ► what for? informal for what reason? Main Entry: ↑what …   English terms dictionary

  • what for a — (obsolete) What kind of • • • Main Entry: ↑what …   Useful english dictionary

  • what\ for — I. interrog. For what reason; why? I told Mary what I was going to town for. What are you running for? Often used alone as a question. Billy s mother told him to wear his hat. What for? he asked. Compare: how come II. n. phr. informal A scolding …   Словарь американских идиом

  • What For — Infobox single Name = What For Type = single Artist = James Released = March 1988 Recorded = 1987 Genre = Folk Length = Label = Sire Producer = Hugh Jones Last single = 1986 So Many Ways This single = 1988 What For Next single = 1988 Ya Ho What… …   Wikipedia

  • what for? — informal for what reason? * * * what for? idiom for what purpose or reason? • What is this tool for? • What did you do that for (= why did you do that)? • …   Useful english dictionary

  • what for — spoken 1) used for asking the reason for something I need to have your name and address . What for? what ... for: What did you hit him for? 2) informal old fashioned if you give someone what for, you punish them If I catch that boy in my garden… …   English dictionary

  • what for(1) — {interrog.} For what reason; why? * /I told Mary what I was going to town for./ * /What are you running for?/ Often used alone as a question. * /Billy s mother told him to wear his hat. What for? he asked./ Compare: HOW COME …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • what for(1) — {interrog.} For what reason; why? * /I told Mary what I was going to town for./ * /What are you running for?/ Often used alone as a question. * /Billy s mother told him to wear his hat. What for? he asked./ Compare: HOW COME …   Dictionary of American idioms

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