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compound

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈkɒmpaʊnd/
MIXTURE a substance that is a combination of two or more elements
bileşim, karışım, terkip
Water is a compound of hydrogen and oxygen.Specific chemicals, chemical compounds and gasesSubstances and structures in the bodyTypes of chemical
AREA an area of land with a group of buildings surrounded by a fence or wall
etrafı duvarla çevrili arazi içinde büyük ev, malikhane, binalar topluluğu
a prison compoundGardens and yards
GRAMMAR ( also compound noun/verb/adjective) a noun, verb, or adjective that is made by two or more words used together. For example, 'golf club' is a compound.
bileşik isim
Morphology and parts of words
Translations of “compound”
in Korean 혼합물…
in Arabic مُركَب…
in French enceinte…
in Italian composto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 組合, 化合物, 複合物…
in Russian соединение, огороженная территория, сложное слово…
in Polish związek, teren, złożenie…
in Spanish recinto…
in Portuguese composto…
in German umzäuntes Grundstück…
in Catalan compost…
in Japanese 合成物, 化合物…
in Chinese (Simplified) 组合, 化合物, 复合物…
(Definition of compound noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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