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

The meaning of "Leak" in various phrases and sentences

Q: There’s leak now in my house ne anlama geliyor?
A: @Annie_James “Is there a leak at your house?” But a leak is pretty generic, so I’d ask, “Is a pipe leaking at your place?” If it’s the roof, we’d ask about that instead.
Q: This is not what I take a leak with either ne anlama geliyor?
A: I’m going to guess that they are trying to say that this is not what they’re “pissed off about”.

And that last is not what I’m pissed off about either

To urinate -> to piss
Piss, of course, being vulgar
Q: Going to take a leak ne anlama geliyor?
A: to piss, relieve oneself
Q: leaks ne anlama geliyor?
A: A 'leak' is when the contents of something (such as liquid in a container) manages to escape or seep out through a hole or a crack.

For example, if there is a leak in a water pipe, it means that water is escaping (dripping or flowing out of) the pipe through a hole or crack that should not be there.

The term 'leak' can also refer to secret information that is exposed (especially concerning governments, politicians, or personal information).

In this context, a 'leak' refers particularly to information that was obtained illegitimately and/or published without authorization (such as the result of a computer network being hacked, or a 'whistleblower' exposing the information without their employer's permission).
Q: take a leak ne anlama geliyor?
A: It's informal, something you might say to your friends quickly before getting up. "I've gotta go take a leak." I would not use this in any formal situation.

Example sentences using "Leak"

Q: leak ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: The roof as a leak. ( a hole)

The news leaked out. ( secret information became known)

The pipe had a leak. ( a hole)

The man took a leak. ( to urinate or pee)
Q: leak ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: “There‘s a leak in the boat”
“The faucet is leaking”
Q: leak out ile örnek cümleler göster.

Please don't tell anyone my secret! I don't want it to leak out!

Oh no! The water is leaking out of my water bottle!

It looks like oil is leaking out of the car.
Q: leak out ile örnek cümleler göster.
A: If a bowl is turned upside down, the liquid may leak out.

Synonyms of "Leak" and their differences

Q: leak ve outflow arasındaki fark nedir?
A: A leak usually means a small amount, while an outflow usually means a larger amount of fluid.
Q: leak ve pour ve soak arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Example for leak: “There was a leak in my pool because of a crack.”
Example for pour: “I’ll pour you something to drink.”
Example for soak: “When you wash your clothes they soak up the water.”
Q: leak (noun) ve leakage (noun) arasındaki fark nedir?
A: I object. To put it simply, "a leak is a hole, the leakage is the water that runs through it."
Q: leak ve leakage ve Can I use both in this sentence: The media often benefit from_________ of confidential information. If possible explain the difference. arasındaki fark nedir?
A: to leak is a verb and leakage is a noun

Translations of "Leak"

Q: Bunu İngilizce (Birleşik Krallık) da nasıl dersiniz? “ there is a leak in the bathroom pipe. or the bathroom pipe has got a leak, the shower has got a leak, there is leak in the ceiling) which one is correct?
A: Yes, "tap" would be better.
Q: Bunu İngilizce (Birleşik Krallık) da nasıl dersiniz? we have leak from the ceiling and we got water marks, we had this problem before and you came along and fixed it, but now we’ve got water marks on different area of the ceiling
A: There is a leak causing water marks on the ceiling. We had this problem before and you came and fixed it, but now we have new water marks on a different part of the ceiling.

Other questions about "Leak"

Q: I need to take a leak now.
I need to pee now.
“나 지금 오줌 싸러 가야 해“

Are both correct?
A: I need to go* to pee/take a leak
Q: Lütfen bana nasıl telaffuz edeceğimi öğret leak.
Q: I’ve fixed the leak in toilet. So, it’s okay to use it now. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: I’ve fixed the leak in the toilet so it’s okay to use now.
Q: What did you think about leaks of personal information by Facebook?
A: It is absolutely terrible. Unless the reason for leaking the information has something to do with fighting crime. If it's not, then Facebook should be shut down ASAP. I also think it's the people's fault too, for putting too much trust in a system without knowing the consequences.
Q: if I want to say 'i have got to take a leak?',
can I say 'I godda take a leak? instead?
What's the nature way to say that in UK english?
A: To go back to your original question,...😅

Amongst friends and in casual settings, go ahead and say
I gotta take a leak OR I gotta pee OR I need a/to pee.

When you need to be more formal, say...
I need (to go to) the restroom.

Hope this helps!

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