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Translation of "brush" - English-Turkish dictionary

brush

noun     /brʌʃ/
TOOL [C]
A2 an object made of short, thin pieces of plastic, wire, etc fixed to a handle and used to tidy hair, to clean, to paint, etc fırça a stiff wire brushEquipment used for cleaningPainting and drawing materials
ACTION [no plural]
the action of using a brush fırçalama I need to give my hair a quick brush.Cleaning generallyPersonal hygiene and appearance - general wordsCleaning and tidying places and things
the brush of sth
when something touches you lightly bir şeyin dokunması, huylandırması She felt the brush of his lips against her cheek.Touching and feelingShowing affection
a brush with sth
when you experience something, or almost experience something, especially something unpleasant hoş olmayan bir şeyi yaşama, tecrübe etme a brush with deathExperiencing and suffering
(Definition of brush noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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