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ajaradjective [after verb]

uk   /əˈdʒɑːr/  us   /əˈdʒɑːr/
(Definition of ajar from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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ajaradjective

 us   /əˈdʒɑr/
almostshut; ​slightlyopen: I ​left the ​door ajar so that I could ​hear the ​baby. Note: Used to describe the position of a door.
(Definition of ajar from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “ajar”
in Korean 조금 열린…
in Arabic مردود (مفتوح جزئيّا)…
in Malaysian terbuka…
in French entr’ouvert…
in Russian приоткрытый…
in Chinese (Traditional) (門)微開的,半開的…
in Italian socchiuso, accostato…
in Turkish aralık, az açık…
in Polish uchylony…
in Spanish entreabierto…
in Vietnamese khép hờ…
in Portuguese entreaberto…
in Thai เปิดแง้มอยู่…
in German angelehnt…
in Catalan entreobert…
in Japanese (戸が)少し開いている…
in Chinese (Simplified) (门)微开的,半开的…
in Indonesian terbuka sedikit…
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