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Turkish translation of “cause”

cause

noun
 
 
/kɔːz/
MAKES HAPPEN [C] B2 someone or something that makes something happen
sebep, neden
The police are still trying to establish the cause of the fire. She died of natural causes.Causing things to happen
REASON [U] a reason to feel something or to behave in a particular way
gerekçe
He's never given me any cause for concern.Goals and purposes
PRINCIPLE [C] a principle or aim that a group of people support or fight for
amaç, dava
The money will all go to a good cause.Goals and purposesMorality and rules of behaviour
(Definition of cause noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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