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bachelor

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈbætʃər/
a man who is not married
bekâr
Marital status
Bachelor of Arts/Science/Education, etc a university or college qualification which usually takes 3 or 4 years of study, or a person who has this qualification
eğitim, fen, sanat ve sosyal bilimler alanında alınan lisans diploması
Qualifications in higher education
Translations of “bachelor”
in Arabic أعْزَب…
in Korean 독신남…
in Malaysian bujang…
in French célibataire, garçon nière…
in Italian celibe, scapolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 獨身男子,單身漢…
in Russian холостяк…
in Polish kawaler…
in Vietnamese người đàn ông độc thân…
in Spanish soltero, casadero…
in Portuguese solteiro…
in Thai ชายโสด…
in German der Junggeselle…
in Catalan solter…
in Japanese 独身の男性, 一度も結婚したことがない男性…
in Indonesian bujangan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 独身男子,单身汉…
(Definition of bachelor from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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