Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Fetch"

The meaning of "Fetch" in various phrases and sentences

Q: fetched ne anlama geliyor?
A: To go and bring back.
Example: I played fetch with my dog.
Q: fetch ne anlama geliyor?
A: It's an informal way of saying "retrieve" or "get me".
"Can you fetch me a glass of water" = "Can you get me a glass of water"
Q: to fetch ne anlama geliyor?
A: @giuemax: means go/ get (in this term fetch is more for dogs) terminology

fido go fetch the ball
fido go get the ball

you dont say fetch to a person leads to conflicts lol basically thats just wrong Lol
fetch me the newspaper is a little strange


usually they say fetch is basically a command for dogs instead
Q: to fetch ne anlama geliyor?
A: To go and grab (something)
Can you fetch me my keys? -> Can you go and grab my keys?
Q: fetch ne anlama geliyor?
A: "Fetch" is also slang for "cool" or "awesome"

Example sentences using "Fetch"

Q: fetch ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: Fetch = "go get"

Example: "Could you fetch that paper for me?" or "Fetch the notebook, please."
Q: to fetch ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: -The dog loves to play fetch with his ball.

-Please fetch me a drink. (Means to collect)

-That’s far-fetched. (A hard to believe story)

It means to go get something. Also might be used as a slang term to describe something as “stylish.”
Q: fetch ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: People in desert walk miles to 'fetch' water.
I was playing 'fetch' with my dog.
The painting 'fetched' 3 million at the auction.
Her project 'fetched' the top prize in the competition.
Q: fetch ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: “The dog fetched the ball after I threw it.”

“Could you please fetch the paper from the front porch?”

“I can fetch a loaf of bread on my way home.”

“Would you fetch my glasses from the table?”

Fetch is usually a demanding word. It is okay to make a dog fetch something but when speaking to people you should use polite words like “Could/would you” and “please” instead of just saying “Fetch me that book.” which is grammatically correct but sounds forceful and rude. Using “fetch” to other people should be a question, like asking a favor, instead of a demand.

Fetch is most commonly associated with dogs, because “playing fetch” is a game where you throw a ball or toy and have the dog bring it back to you. It is considered rude to command a person to fetch something because it is a demand for animals.
Q: fetch ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: I played fetch with my dog in the park.

Synonyms of "Fetch" and their differences

Q: to fetch ve to bring arasındaki fark nedir?
A:

You could use bring; but as I said, fetch specifically means -go and get- ... so it's perfectly appropriate
Q: fetch ve take ve grab ve bring arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Sorry about the order, but I'm going to explain them in a different order than you listed them in,,,,😅

'to bring' implies the movement of something in relation to a destination. Simply put, I use 'bring' when we ask someone to move something to ME. So "Bring the cake over here to the table" would be the same as "Move the cake over here to the table."

'to take' is the OPPOSITE of to bring. To take is the movement of something in relation to the STARTING point. Again simply put, I use 'take' when I am moving something from the starting point to another point. So now "I will take this cake over there to the table" is "I will move this cake from where I'm currently standing, to over there where the table is."

'to fetch' is to go get something, and then return to the original point with the something. We use fetch when we want to get something that is not right beside us, but we are in need of it being beside us. For example, "Can you fetch me my glasses from the other room?" is me asking someone to go to the other room, and then return back to me with the glasses.

'to grab' is almost interchangeably used with 'to take'. However, 'to grab' is used more for PHYSICAL things where 'to take' you can use it in other situations. For example, "Take some candy" and "Grab some candy" are the same meanings. However, "Take a chance!" is correct while "Grab a chance" is not correct because 'the chance' is not a physical entity.
Q: fetch ve bring arasındaki fark nedir?
A: To bring is to move something anywhere. Like you would bring homework to school. Fetch is to get something and have it come back to you. If you fetched a cup of coffee you would take it back to where you were, while you wouldn't with something you brought.
Example for bring:
You brought your ticket to board the plane
Example for fetch:
You threw a ball for a dog to fetch.
Most people just say bring for both though!
Q: fetch ve bring arasındaki fark nedir?
A: bring: come to a place with (someone or something).
fetch: go for and then bring back (someone or something).
Q: fetch ve collect arasındaki fark nedir?
A: In AmE, "fetch" means to go somewhere and bring something back, while "collect" means putting together items in a collection or to go somewhere to meet a person and go somewhere else with them. Ex: I sent my son to fetch the newspaper from the front yard. My aunt collects teddy bears and porcelain tea cups. Will you come collect me from work? Then we can go to dinner.

Translations of "Fetch"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (ABD) da nasıl dersiniz? i can fetch you if you anytime you want
A: I can pick you up, anytime.
Q: Bunu İngilizce (Birleşik Krallık) da nasıl dersiniz? fetch
A: go for and then bring back

Other questions about "Fetch"

Q: Lütfen bana nasıl telaffuz edeceğimi öğret fetch.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: If I may, I'll fetch it.
If you'd like I can fetch it to you.
Shall I get that to you? bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: If I may, I'll fetch it.
If you'd like I can fetch it for you.
Shall I get that for you?

Q: “let me fetch you some dessert.” (Please correct me if necessary.) bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: “Let me get you some dessert” sounds better in my opinion
Q: fetch
bring
A: “Fetch” is more old fashioned, although when you throw a ball and ask a pet to bring it back to you, we use “fetch.”

“Fetch the ball!”

I never use fetch with humans, although it technically means “bring to me.”
Q: fetch bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: 'fetch' sounds fine

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