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Turkish translation of “bent”

bent

adjective
 
 
/bent/
CURVED curved and not now straight or flat
eğilmiş, bükülmüş, eğik, yamulmuş
The metal bars were bent and twisted.Geometrical shapesSpherical, circular and annular objects
bent on sth/doing sth determined to do something or get something
bir şeyi yapmaya azmetmek, kararlı olmak
Both parties are bent on destroying each other's chances of winning.Strong-willed
NOT HONEST UK informal not honest
namussuz, haysiyetsiz
a bent policemanDishonest
(Definition of bent adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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