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Translation of "check" - English-Turkish dictionary

check

noun     /tʃek/
EXAMINATION [C]
B1 an examination of something in order to make sure that it is correct or the way it should be kontrol, yoklama We do safety checks on all our equipment.Analysing and evaluatingAssessing and estimating value
BANK [C]
US spelling of cheque (= a piece of paper printed by a bank that you use to pay for things) çek Forms of money and methods of payment
RESTAURANT [C] US ( UK bill)
a list that you are given in a restaurant showing how much your meal costs hesap, fiş, hesap pusulası Bills and invoices
MARK [C] US ( UK tick)
a mark (✓) that shows that an answer is correct, or that you have dealt with something on a list (✓) işareti Signs, signals and symbolsSpecific signs and symbolsMarks and results
PATTERN [C, U]
a pattern of squares of different colours ekose; küçük, farklı renkte karelerden oluşan Patterns and shapes
hold/keep sth in check
to control something that could increase too quickly or become too large or powerful durdurmak, önüne geçmek, engel olmak We need to keep our spending in check. →  See also rain check Limiting and restrictingPreventing and impeding
(Definition of check noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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