Cognate with Old Turkic [script needed] (at-), Azerbaijani atmaq (“to shoot, throw”), Chuvash ывӑтма (yvătma, “to throw”), Kazakh ату (atw, “to shoot”), Kyrgyz атуу (atuu, “to shoot, fire”), Turkmen atmak (“to throw”), Tuvan адар (adar, “to shoot”), Uyghur ئاتماق (atmaq, “to throw, shoot”), Uzbek otmoq (“to shoot, eject”), Yakut ыт (ıt, “to shoot, fire”).
atmak (third-person singular simple present atar)
- (transitive) to throw, cast, fire
- Bana kartopu attılar. ― They threw a snowball at me.
- (transitive) to throw away, discard
- (transitive) abandon, give up
- (transitive) to reject, expel
- (transitive) to impute, throw (the blame) on
- (intransitive) to lie, make up stories
- (intransitive) to pulsate, beat
- Kazadan sonra kalbi Allah'tan atıyordu. ― Thank God, [his/her/its] heart was beating after the crash.
- (used with adım) to step
- İçeri adım attı. ― He/she stepped inside.
- (used with imza, tarih) to write (one's signature, the date)
- Kağıda imza attı. ― He/she signed the paper.