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Turkish translation of “bite”

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bite

verb
 
 
/baɪt/ ( past tense bit, past participle bitten)
TEETH [I, T] B1 to cut something using your teeth
ısırmak
She bit into an apple. He bites his fingernails. He was bitten by a dog.Animal (non-human) behaviourBiting, chewing and swallowingEating
BAD EFFECT [I] to begin to have a bad effect
etkisini göstermeye başlamak, kötü etkisi ortaya çıkmak
Higher mortgage rates are beginning to bite. →  See also bite the bullet , bite the dust Damaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishing
Translations of “bite”
in Korean 깨물다…
in Arabic يَعَضّ…
in French mordre, piquer…
in Italian mordere, morsicare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 咬, 叮, 螫…
in Russian кусать, грызть, кусаться (о ценах)…
in Polish gryźć, kąsać, dawać się we znaki…
in Spanish morder, picar (pez, etc)…
in Portuguese morder…
in German bißen…
in Catalan mossegar…
in Japanese (~に)かみつく, ~をかむ, かじる…
in Chinese (Simplified) 咬, 叮, 螫…
(Definition of bite verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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