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Translation of "basket" - English-Turkish dictionary

basket

noun [C]     /ˈbɑːskɪt/
CONTAINER
B1 a container with a handle made of thin pieces of wood, wire, plastic, etc sepet a shopping basketGeneral and miscellaneous containers
SPORT
when a player throws the ball through the net in basketball basketbolda sayı, basket →  See also wastepaper basket Basketball, netball and volleyballGeneral terms used in ball sports
Translations of “basket”
in Arabic سَلّة…
in Korean 바구니…
in Malaysian bakul…
in French panier…
in Italian cesto, cestino, cestello…
in Chinese (Traditional) 容器, 籃, 籠…
in Russian корзина…
in Polish koszyk, kosz…
in Vietnamese cái rổ…
in Spanish cesta, capazo…
in Portuguese cesta…
in Thai ตะกร้า…
in German der Korb…
in Catalan cistell, cabàs…
in Japanese バスケット, かご…
in Indonesian keranjang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 容器, 篮, 笼…
(Definition of basket from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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