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alert

adjective
 
 
/əˈlɜːt/
quick to notice and react to things around you
teyakkuz hali, uyanık olma hali, dikkatli
A young dog should be alert and playful. Teachers need to be alert to sudden changes in students' behaviour.PerceptiveUsing the eyesIntelligence
alertness noun [U]
uyanıklık, dikkat
Translations of “alert”
in Korean 기민한…
in Arabic يَقِظ…
in French alerte, vigilant, attentif (à)…
in Italian attento, vigile, sveglio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 機警的,機敏的,敏捷的…
in Russian бдительный…
in Polish czujny…
in Spanish despierto, vivo, alerta…
in Portuguese atento…
in German lebhaft, aufmerksam…
in Catalan despert, atent…
in Japanese 油断のない, 警戒した, 抜け目ない…
in Chinese (Simplified) 机警的,机敏的,敏捷的…
(Definition of alert adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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