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Translation of "button" - English-Turkish dictionary

button

noun [C]     /ˈbʌtən/
CLOTHING B1 a small, round object that you push through a hole to fasten clothing düğme to do up/undo your buttons Fastening clothing and textiles
CONTROL B1 a switch that you press to control a piece of equipment bir şeyi açıp kapama düğmesi, tuş Press the play button to listen to your recording. →  See also belly button Electrical switches and connectionsMachine parts
Translations of “button”
in Arabic زُرّ…
in Korean 단추, 버튼…
in Malaysian butang…
in French bouton…
in Italian bottone, pulsante, interruttore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 衣服上, 鈕扣,扣子…
in Russian пуговица, кнопка…
in Polish guzik, przycisk…
in Vietnamese cái khuy áo, cái nút…
in Spanish botón…
in Portuguese botão…
in Thai กระดุม, ปุ่ม…
in German der Knopf…
in Catalan botó…
in Japanese (洋服の)ボタン, (機材の)ボタン, スイッチ…
in Indonesian kancing, tombol…
in Chinese (Simplified) 衣服上, 纽扣,扣子…
(Definition of button noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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