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Translation of "drawing" - English-Turkish dictionary

drawing

noun     /ˈdrɔːɪŋ/
PICTURE [C]
a picture made with a pencil or pen kalemle yapılan çizim, resim There were some children's drawings pinned up on the wall.Painting, drawing and printingArtistic styles and genres
ACTIVITY [U]
A2 the skill or activity of making pictures using a pencil or pen resim/çizim yapma Do you want to do some drawing?Painting, drawing and printing
NUMBER/TICKET [C] US ( UK/US draw)
a competition that is decided by choosing a particular ticket or number kura çekme; bilet ve rakamlar seçilerek yapılan yarışma Miscellaneous games and activitiesGambling and bookmakingTaking risks
Translations of “drawing”
in Korean 그림, 제도…
in Arabic رَسْمة, الرَّسْم…
in Portuguese desenho…
in Catalan dibuix…
in Japanese 素描, 素描をすること…
in Italian disegno…
in Chinese (Traditional) 繪畫, 圖畫…
in Russian рисунок, рисование, лотерея…
in Chinese (Simplified) 绘画, 图画…
in Polish rysunek, loteria, losowanie…
(Definition of drawing from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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