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Translation of "development" - English-Turkish dictionary

development

noun     /dɪˈveləpmənt/
CHANGE [C, U]
B1 when someone or something grows or changes and becomes more advanced ilerleme, kalkınma The nurse will do some tests to check on your child's development. There have been some major developments in technology recently.Making progress and advancingBecoming better
MAKE [C, U]
B1 when something new is made gelişim, büyüme the development of new drugsInventing, designing and innovationCreating and producing
START [U]
when something starts to happen or exist ortaya çıkma, var olma Smoking encourages the development of cancer.Beginnings and starts
BUILD [U]
when new houses, factories, shops, etc, are built on an area of land geliştirme, imar land suitable for developmentCivil engineering in general
BUILDINGS [C]
an area of land with new houses, factories, shops, etc on it imar olmuş/gelişmiş/büyümüş alan/bölge; imarlı bölge a new housing developmentAreas in towns and cities
EVENT [C]
B2 something new that happens and changes a situation gelşme, yeni geliişmeler, değişime nede n olan yenilikler Have there been any more developments since I left?Events and occurrencesAccidents and disasters
PHOTOGRAPH [U]
when someone makes photographs from a film fotoğraf basımı/tab etme Photography
(Definition of development from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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