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bottom

noun
 
 
/ˈbɒtəm/
LOWEST PART [C] A1 the lowest part of something
dip, aşağı taraf
[usually singular] Click on the icon at the bottom of the page.Words meaning parts of things
FLAT SURFACE [C] A2 the flat surface on the lowest side of something
taban, alt kısım, alt satıh
[usually singular] There was a price tag on the bottom of the box.Under and below
LOWEST POSITION [no plural] A2 the lowest position in a group, organization, etc
alt seviye, bir kuruluşta, grupta en alt konum, durum
He got bad exam marks and is at the bottom of the class.Classifying and creating order
SEA/RIVER ETC [no plural] B1 the ground under a river, lake, or sea
ırmak, göl ve deniz tabanı
Divers found the wreck on the bottom of the ocean.Parts of watercourses
FURTHEST PART [no plural] B1 the part of a road or area of land that is furthest from where you are
yolun, arazinin alt tarafı, alt ucu
Go to the bottom of the road and turn left.Range and limits
PART OF THE BODY [C] B1 the part of your body that you sit on
kıç, popo
The buttocks
be at the bottom of sth to be the cause of a problem or situation
bir problemin, sorunun arkasında olmak, sebebi olmak
Reasons and explanations
get to the bottom of sth to discover the truth about a situation
bir meselenin içyüzünü/aslını astarını öğrenmek, gerçeklere hakim olmak
→  See also rock bottom , from top to bottom Solving and solutions
(Definition of bottom noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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