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Translation of "amber" - English-Turkish dictionary

amber

noun [U]     /ˈæmbər/
COLOUR
a colour between yellow and orange kehribar kırmızısı, sarı ile portakal rengi arası bir renk Less common coloursCommon colours
SUBSTANCE
a hard, clear yellowish-brown substance, used for making jewellery mücevherat yapımında kullanılan katı sarımsı kahverengi bir madde JewelleryPrecious and semi-precious stonesTypes of rock
amber adjective
sarı ve turuncu arası bir renk an amber traffic light
Translations of “amber”
in Vietnamese hổ phách…
in Spanish ámbar…
in Thai อำพัน…
in Malaysian ambar…
in French (d’)ambre…
in German der Bernstein…
in Chinese (Traditional) 琥珀, (交通信號)黃燈…
in Indonesian ambar…
in Russian янтарный цвет, янтарь…
in Chinese (Simplified) 琥珀, (交通信号)黄灯…
in Polish (kolor) żółty lub bursztynowy, bursztyn…
(Definition of amber from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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