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Translation of "bead" - English-Turkish dictionary

bead

noun [C]     /biːd/
JEWELLERY a small, round ball of glass, plastic, or wood that is used for making jewellery tespih, boncuk taneleri a necklace of coloured glass beadsJewellerySpherical, circular and annular objectsGeometrical shapes
LIQUID a small drop of liquid on a surface damla, su zerrecikleri, taneleri beads of sweatSpherical, circular and annular objectsGeometrical shapes
Translations of “bead”
in Arabic خَرَزة…
in Korean 구슬…
in Malaysian manik…
in French perle…
in Italian perla, perlina…
in Chinese (Traditional) (有孔的)珠子, (液體的)小珠,小滴…
in Russian бусина, капля…
in Polish koralik, paciorek, kropla…
in Vietnamese hạt…
in Spanish cuenta…
in Portuguese conta (de vidro, plástico, madeira…
in Thai ลูกปัด…
in German die Perle…
in Catalan gra (d’un collaret)…
in Japanese (装飾用の)ビーズ…
in Indonesian manik-manik…
in Chinese (Simplified) (有孔的)珠子, (液体的)小珠,小滴…
(Definition of bead from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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