claim verb translate English to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary

Translation of "claim" - English-Turkish dictionary


SAY [T] B2 to say that something is true, although you have not proved it
iddia etmek, ileri sürmek
[+ (that)] She claimed that the dog attacked her. [+ to do sth] He claims to have seen a ghost.Saying and utteringSaying againAnnouncing, informing and stating
claim credit/responsibility/success, etc to say that you have done or achieved something
kredi/sorumluluk/başarı talebinde bulunmak, hakkı olduğunu söylemek
No one has claimed responsibility for yesterday's bomb attack. →  Opposite disclaim Announcing, informing and stating
DEMAND [I, T] B2 to ask for something because it belongs to you or you have the right to have it
talep etmek, sahiplenmek, hak iddia etmek
She claimed $2,500 in travel expenses. If no one claims the watch, then you can keep it.Social security and state benefitsMaking appeals and requests
KILL [T] If an accident, war, etc claims lives, people are killed because of it.
can almak, cana malolmak
The floods claimed over 200 lives.KillingMurder and attempted murder
(Definition of claim verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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