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Turkish translation of “cover”

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cover

noun
 
 
/ˈkʌvər/
BOOK [C] B1 the outer part of a book, magazine, etc, that protects the pages
kitap dergi kapağı
Her picture was on the cover of 'Vogue' magazine.Lids, covers and stoppersBooks and parts of booksProtection and protectorsEnvironmental issues
PROTECTION [C] B1 something you put over something else, usually to protect it
örtü, kapak, paravana, perde
an ironing board cover a lens coverLids, covers and stoppersDefending and protectingBacking, supporting and defendingPreserving and savingProtection and protectorsEnvironmental issues
FINANCIAL [U] financial protection so that you get money if something bad happens
maddi garanti, tazminat, ödeme
The policy provides £50,000 accidental damage cover.InsuranceProtection and protectorsEnvironmental issues
FROM WEATHER/ATTACK [U] protection from bad weather or an attack
barınak, siper,
They took cover under some trees until the rain stopped.Safe and enclosed spacesProtection and protectorsEnvironmental issues
FOR ILLEGAL ACTIVITY [C] something used to hide a secret or illegal activity
sırrı veya yasadışı faaliyeti gizleme, örtbas
The club is used as a cover for a gang of car thieves.Secrecy and privacy
(Definition of cover noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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