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clock

noun [C]
 
 
/klɒk/
TIME A1 a piece of equipment that shows you what time it is, usually in a house or on a building
duvar saati
She could hear the hall clock ticking. Watches and clocks
VEHICLE UK a piece of equipment in a vehicle for measuring how far it has travelled
kilometre saati
a car with 63,000 kilometres on the clock The interior of vehiclesWeighing and measuring
around/round the clock all day and all night
gece gündüz, yirmi dört saat
Rescue teams are working round the clock to search for survivors of the earthquake.Continually and repeatedly
race/work against the clock to do something as fast as you can in order to finish before a particular time
var gücüyle bitirmeye çalışmak, zamana karşı yarışmak
Hurrying and doing things quicklyBusy and active
→  See also alarm clock , grandfather clock , turn/put the clock back
(Definition of clock from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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