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Turkish translation of “bow”

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bow

noun [C]
 
 
/bəʊ/
KNOT B2 a knot with two curved parts and two loose ends, that is used to tie shoes or as decoration
fiyonk, ilmek
Fastening and tying
MUSIC a long, thin piece of wood with hair stretched between the ends, used to play some musical instruments
müzik aletlerini çalmak için kullanılan yay
String instruments
WEAPON B2 a piece of curved wood with string fixed to both ends, used for shooting arrows
ok atmaya yarayan yay
Target sports
Translations of “bow”
in Korean (머리나 몸을 숙여 하는) 인사…
in Arabic انْحِناء…
in French arc, archet, noeud…
in Italian inchino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 彎腰, 鞠躬, 欠身…
in Russian поклон, нос (корабля)…
in Polish ukłon, dziób…
in Spanish arco…
in Portuguese reverência, mesura…
in German der Bogen, die Schleife…
in Catalan inclinació, reverència…
in Japanese おじぎ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 弯腰, 鞠躬, 欠身…
(Definition of bow noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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