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Translation of "absence" - English-Turkish dictionary

absence

noun     /ˈæbsəns/
NOT THERE [C, U]
B2 a time when you are not in a particular place yok olan, mevcut olmayan Lisa will be acting as manager in Phil's absence (= while Phil is not here). A large number of absences from work are caused by back problems.Absent
NOT EXIST [U]
B2 when something does not exist yok olma, bir şeyin, birinin yokluğu, var olmayışı In the absence of any proof, it is impossible to accuse her.Lacking thingsScarce, inadequate and not enoughEssential or necessary
Translations of “absence”
in Korean 결석, 부재…
in Arabic غِياب, عَدَم وُجود…
in Portuguese ausência, falta…
in Catalan absència, manca…
in Japanese 留守, 不在, 欠席…
in Italian assenza, mancanza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不在場的, 缺席, 缺勤…
in Russian отсутствие…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不在场的, 缺席, 缺勤…
in Polish nieobecność, brak…
(Definition of absence from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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