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Turkish translation of “clockwork”

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clockwork

noun
 
 
/ˈklɒkwɜːk/
[U] a system of machinery that starts when you turn a handle or key
kurmalı, kurularak çalışan, zemberekli
a clockwork toy Watches and clocksEngines and motorsThe engine and engine parts
(as) regular as clockwork extremely regularly
son derece düzenli, oldukça tertipli
The bell rang at 8 a.m., regular as clockwork.Frequency and regularity - general words
run/go like clockwork to happen exactly as planned, with no problems
planlandığı gibi, sorunsuzca gitmek, devam etmek, olmak
Planning, expecting and arrangingPlotting and trapping
Translations of “clockwork”
in Korean 시계 장치…
in Arabic آلي…
in Portuguese mecanismo de relógio…
in Catalan mecanisme de rellotgeria…
in Japanese ぜんまい仕掛けの…
in Italian orologeria…
in Chinese (Traditional) (時鐘、玩具等的)發條裝置…
in Russian заводной механизм…
in Chinese (Simplified) (时钟、玩具等的)发条装置…
in Polish mechanizm, ≈ na kluczyk…
(Definition of clockwork from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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