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Turkish translation of “curse”

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noun [C]
MAGIC magic words which are intended to bring bad luck to someone
beddua, lanet okuma
to put a curse on someoneMagic
RUDE WORDS a rude or offensive word or phrase
sövgü, küfür
Swearing and blasphemy
PROBLEM something that causes harm or unhappiness, often over a long period of time
felaket, dert, bela
Traffic is one of the curses of modern living.Damaging and spoilingDestroying and demolishing
Translations of “curse”
in Korean 저주…
in Arabic لَعْنة…
in French malheur…
in Italian maledizione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 魔法, 咒語,詛咒,魔咒…
in Russian проклятие, ругательство, бич…
in Polish klątwa, zaklęcie, przekleństwo…
in Spanish desgracia…
in Portuguese praga…
in German der Fluch…
in Catalan maledicció…
in Japanese 呪(のろ)い…
in Chinese (Simplified) 魔法, 咒语,诅咒,魔咒…
(Definition of curse noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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