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Translation of "band" - English-Turkish dictionary

band

noun [C]
 
 
/bænd/
MUSIC A1 a group of musicians who play modern music together
müzik topluluğu, grup, orkestra
a jazz bandGroups of musicians
LINE a line of a different colour or design
şerit, çizgi, renk şeridi
The band of lighter coloured soil marks the position of the fort.Patterns and shapes
CIRCLE a piece of material put around something
bağ, kuşak, kayış, sargı, bandaj
an elastic band Bands, straps and strips
PEOPLE a group of people who do something together
topluluk, grup
the Cathedral's band of regular worshippersGroups of people
PART UK one of the groups that something is divided into
bir şeyin bölündüğü gruplardan biri
the 20-25 age band →  See also elastic band , rubber band Groups of people
(Definition of band from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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