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Translation of "antidote" - English-Turkish dictionary

antidote

noun [C]     /ˈæntidəʊt/
antidote to sth
an activity that stops something bad from harming you bir şeyi birine zarar vermekten alıkoyan bir faaliyet, eylem, önleyici Exercise is the best antidote to stress.Preventing and impedingLimiting and restricting
a substance that stops another substance from damaging your body bir başka maddenin vücuda verebileceği zararı önleyen madde, panzehir a deadly poison with no antidoteSpecific medicines and drugsSpecific types of drug
Translations of “antidote”
in Vietnamese thuốc giải độc…
in Spanish antídoto…
in Thai ยาแก้พิษ…
in Malaysian antidot…
in French antidote…
in German das Gegengift…
in Chinese (Traditional) 解毒劑, (尤指)解毒藥, 矯正方法…
in Indonesian penawar, penangkal racun…
in Russian противоядие…
in Chinese (Simplified) 解毒剂, (尤指)解毒药, 矫正方法…
in Polish antidotum…
(Definition of antidote from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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