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Translation of "chapter" - English-Turkish dictionary

chapter

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈtʃæptər/
BOOK B1 one of the parts that a book is divided into
kitabın bölümleri
Books and parts of books
PERIOD a period of time when something happens in history or in someone's life
bir insanın veya tarihin bir dönemi
an interesting chapter in Spanish historyPeriods of time - general words
Translations of “chapter”
in Arabic فَصْل…
in Korean 장, 챕터…
in Malaysian bab…
in French chapitre…
in Italian capitolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 書, 章,回,篇…
in Russian глава, страница истории…
in Polish rozdział…
in Vietnamese chương…
in Spanish capítulo…
in Portuguese capítulo…
in Thai บท (ของหนังสือหรืองานเขียน)…
in German das Kapitel…
in Catalan capítol…
in Japanese (本などの)章…
in Indonesian bab…
in Chinese (Simplified) 书, 章,回,篇…
(Definition of chapter from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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