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Translation of "clip" - English-Turkish dictionary

clip

verb     /klɪp/ ( present participle clipping, past tense and past participle clipped)
FASTEN [I, T]
to fasten things together with a clip, or to be fastened in this way tutturmak, tokalamak, toka takmak, takmak, klipsle tutturmak Clip the microphone to the collar of your jacket.Fastening and tying
CUT [T]
to cut small pieces from something kırpmak, kesmek, küçük bir parça kesmek Jamie was outside clipping the hedge.Cutting and stabbing
HIT [T]
to hit something quickly and lightly bir şeye hafif ve hızlıca vurmak The plane clipped a telephone line and crashed.Hitting against objects accidentally and colliding
(Definition of clip verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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