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Turkish translation of “dash”

dash

noun
 
 
/dæʃ/
RUN [no plural] B2 when you run somewhere very quickly
bir yere aceleyle koşma; fırlama
As the rain started, we made a dash for shelter.Moving quickly
AMOUNT [C] C2 a small amount of something, often food
çoğunlukla yiyecek gibi şeylerin çok azı, birazcık
Add a dash of milk to the sauce.General words for size and amount
MARK [C] B2 a mark (—) used to separate parts of sentences
cümleyi oluşturan ifadeler arasında ayrımı sağlayan kısa çizgi
Punctuation
(Definition of dash noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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