“Sounds good” in Turkish

In Turkish, “Sounds good” is written as:

Kulağa hoş geliyor

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Examples in sentences or statements

Yes, sounds good.

Evet, kulağa hoş geliyor.

Sounds good to me.

Kulağa hoş geliyor.
(Editor’s note: In Turkish, other ways to express this statement is Bana uyar which is cognate with “It suits me.” and Kulağıma hoş geliyor which is cognate with “Sounds good for me.”)

That idea sounds good.

Bu fikir kulağa hoş geliyor.

Sounds good. See you soon.

Kulağa hoş geliyor. Yakında görüşürüz.

Sounds good. Chat then.

Kulağa hoş geliyor. Sonra konuşuruz.

In other Mediterranean languages and dialects

“Sounds good” in Lebanese Arabic

“Sounds good” in Tunisian Arabic

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