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Translation of "battle" - English-Turkish dictionary

battle

noun
 
 
/ˈbætl/
WAR [C, U] B1 a fight between two armies in a war
muharebe, savaş, çarpışma, vuruşma
the Battle of Waterloo Her grandfather was killed in battle (= while fighting).Fighting
POWER [C] when two people or groups compete against each other or have an argument about something
mücadele, yarışma, çetin uğraş
a battle for control in the boardroomArguments and disagreements
PROBLEMS/ILLNESS [C] B2 a fight against something that is hurting or destroying you
mücadele etme, direnç gösterme, uğraşma
a long battle against cancerTrying and making an effortEffort and expending energyEffort and expending energyTrying and making an effort
Translations of “battle”
in Arabic مَعْرَكة…
in Korean 전투, 싸움…
in Malaysian pertempuran…
in French bataille…
in Italian battaglia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 戰鬥,戰役,戰爭, 爭論, 鬥爭…
in Russian битва, борьба…
in Polish bitwa, walka, zmaganie…
in Vietnamese trận đánh…
in Spanish batalla…
in Portuguese batalha, luta…
in Thai การสู้รบ…
in German die Schlacht…
in Catalan batalla, lluita…
in Japanese (軍隊の)戦い, 戦争, (苦難との)戦い…
in Indonesian pertempuran…
in Chinese (Simplified) 战斗,战役,战争, 争论, 斗争…
(Definition of battle noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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