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Turkish translation of “devil”

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devil

noun
 
 
/ˈdevəl/
the Devil B2 the most powerful evil spirit, according to the Christian and Jewish religions
Şeytan
Devils
EVIL SPIRIT [C] B2 an evil spirit
iblis, kötü ruh
Souls, spirits and ghostsDevils
PERSON [C] informal someone who behaves badly
kötü adam, kerata
Bad and wrong behaviourDisobedientObeying and breaking the lawObedient and compliant
lucky/poor, etc devil informal used to describe a person who is lucky/unlucky, etc
bahtı açık/şanslı/zavallı vs. kerata
People in general
Translations of “devil”
in Korean 악령…
in Arabic شَرّير…
in French diable, démon, diablesse…
in Italian demonio, diavolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 魔鬼, 魔鬼,惡魔,妖魔…
in Russian злой дух, дьявол во плоти…
in Polish diabeł…
in Spanish demonio, diablo, pobre diablo…
in Portuguese demônio…
in German der Teufel…
in Catalan dimoni…
in Japanese 悪霊…
in Chinese (Simplified) 魔鬼, 魔鬼,恶魔,妖魔…
(Definition of devil from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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