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Translation of "bore" - English-Turkish dictionary

bore

verb
 
 
/bɔːr/
MAKE BORED [T] to make someone feel bored
sıkmak, canını sıkmak, usandırmak
His war stories really bore me.Bore and bored
MAKE A HOLE [I, T] to make a hole in something hard with a tool
delmek, matkapla delmek, delik açmak
Holes, hollows and dipsMaking holes in things
Translations of “bore”
in Arabic يَضْجَر…
in Korean 지루하게 만들다…
in Malaysian menggerek…
in French faire un trou dans, forer…
in Italian annoiare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 未能引起興趣, 使厭煩,使討厭…
in Russian надоесть, наскучить, сверлить…
in Polish nudzić, wiercić…
in Vietnamese khoan, đào…
in Spanish perforar…
in Portuguese entediar…
in Thai เจาะ…
in German bohren…
in Catalan avorrir…
in Japanese ~を退屈させる, うんざりさせる…
in Indonesian melubangi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 未能引起兴趣, 使厌烦,使讨厌…
(Definition of bore verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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