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Translation of "conventional" - English-Turkish dictionary

conventional

adjective     /kənˈvenʃənəl/
TRADITIONAL
B2 Conventional people are traditional and not willing to try new ideas. muhafazakâr, tutucu, değişime açık olmayan Custom, tradition and conformity
USUAL
B2 Conventional objects or ways of doing things are the usual ones which have been used for a long time. geleneksel, törelere/yerleşik uygulamalara dayalı, göreneklere ilişkin conventional farming/medicineCustom, tradition and conformity
conventional arms/forces/warfare, etc
not involving the use of nuclear weapons nükleer silahların dışındaki tüm silahlar; konvansiyonel/geleneksel silahlar/güçler/savaşlar vs. Arms and munitions in general
conventional wisdom
what most people believe kamu oyu, yaygın kanı/kanaat/anlayış/inanç →  Opposite unconventional Custom, tradition and conformity
Translations of “conventional”
in Korean 전통적인, 평범한…
in Arabic تَقليدي…
in Portuguese convencional…
in Catalan convencional…
in Japanese 慣習に従った, ありきたりの…
in Italian convenzionale, conformista…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傳統的, 常規的, 普通的…
in Russian традиционный…
in Chinese (Simplified) 传统的, 常规的, 普通的…
in Polish konwencjonalny…
(Definition of conventional from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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