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Translation of "alternate" - English-Turkish dictionary

alternate

adjective     /ɔːlˈtɜːnət/
alternate days/weeks/years, etc
one out of every two days, weeks, years, etc iki günde, ayda/yılda bir, gün/ay/yıl aşırı, münavebeli I work alternate Saturdays.Single, double and multiple
REPEATING
with first one thing, then another thing, and then the first thing again, etc sırayla, peşpeşe olan, birbirini takip eden a dessert with alternate layers of chocolate and creamChangingAdapting and modifying Adapting and attuning to somethingChanging frequentlyOrder and sequenceSimultaneous and consecutive
DIFFERENT [always before noun] US
An alternate plan, method, etc is one that you can use if you do not want to use another one. değişik, başka, ilave, alternatif olan Different and difference
alternately adverb
ardı sıra
(Definition of alternate adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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