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Turkish translation of “accost”

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accost

verb [T]
 
 
/əˈkɒst/
If someone you do not know accosts you, they move towards you and start talking to you in an unfriendly way.
yabancı birinin yanına gidip dostça olmayan tarzda konuşmak
Interrupting and preventing from speaking
Translations of “accost”
in Spanish abordar…
in French accoster…
in German anreden…
in Chinese (Traditional) (貿然)上前搭訕, (唐突地)走近談話…
in Russian нападать (словесно)…
in Chinese (Simplified) (贸然)上前搭讪, (唐突地)走近谈话…
in Polish zaczepiać…
(Definition of accost from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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