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Turkish translation of “cry”

cry

verb
 
 
/kraɪ/
TEARS [I] A2 to produce tears from your eyes, usually because you are sad, angry, or hurt
ağlamak
My baby brother cries all the time.Weeping and crying
SHOUT [I, T] B1 to speak or say something loudly
bağırmak, haykırmak
"Look at this!" cried Raj. → See also cry your eyes out, a shoulder to cry onShouting and screaming
(Definition of cry verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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