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Turkish translation of “benefit”

benefit

noun [C, U]
 
 
/ˈbenɪfɪt/
ADVANTAGE B1 something that helps you or gives you an advantage
kâr, fayda, yarar, çıkar, kazanç
I've had the benefit of a happy childhood.Helping and co-operating
GOVERNMENT money that the government gives to people who are ill, poor, not working, etc
düşkünlere yapılan devlet yardımı
unemployment benefitSocial security and state benefitsUnemployment
for sb's benefit in order to help someone
birinin yararına/iyiliğine/çıkarına
We bought the piano for the children's benefit.Helping and co-operatingMaking things betterBecoming better
→ See also child benefit, fringe benefit, give sb the benefit of the doubt
(Definition of benefit noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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