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Translation of "company" - English-Turkish dictionary

company

noun     /ˈkʌmpəni/
BUSINESS [C]
A2 an organization which sells goods or services şirket, kuruluş, ortaklık a software/telephone companyBusinesses and enterprises
PEOPLE [U]
B2 when you have a person or people with you arkadaşlık, eşlik I enjoy his company. I didn't realize that you had company.Friends, acquaintances and contemporaries
keep sb company
B2 to stay with someone so that they are not alone arkadaşlık/eşlik etmek Friends, acquaintances and contemporaries
be good company
to be a pleasant or interesting person to spend time with iyi arkadaş/dost/ahbap olmak Friendly
PERFORMERS [C]
a group of performers such as actors or dancers grup, birlik, topluluk, kumpanya, dansçılar ve/veya sanatçılar topluluğu the Royal Shakespeare Company →  See also limited company Actors and performers
(Definition of company from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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