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Translation of "bury" - English-Turkish dictionary

bury

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈberi/
BODY B1 to put a dead body into the ground
gömmek, defnetmek
[often passive] He was buried next to his wife.Burying, cremating and preserving bodies
HIDE B1 to hide something in the ground or under something
bir şeyi toprağa gömmek, gizlemek
buried treasure [often passive] Two climbers were buried in the snow.Hiding and disguising
bury your face/head in sth to move your face/head somewhere where it is hidden
kafasını/yüzünü gizlemek, çevirmek, döndürmek
She buried her face in her hands.Hiding and disguising
bury yourself in sth to give all your attention to something
bütün dikkatini bir şeye vermek, yöneltmek
He buried himself in his work. →  See also bury the hatchet Paying attention and being carefulCautious and vigilant
(Definition of bury from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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