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Translation of "drill" - English-Turkish dictionary

drill

noun     /drɪl/
TOOL [C]
a tool or machine for making holes in a hard substance matkap an electric drill ToolsGardening tools
FOR LEARNING [C, U]
a teaching method in which students repeat something several times to help them learn it alıştırma; tekrara dayalı bir öğretim yöntemi We do lots of drills to practise pronunciation.Exams, tests and exercises
an emergency/fire, etc drill
when you practise what to do in an emergency/fire, etc ilk yardım/yangın vb. tatbikatı Preparing
SOLDIERS [C, U]
when soldiers do training for marching askerÎ eğitim, talim, tatbikat Military training and ceremonies
Translations of “drill”
in Arabic مِثْقَاب…
in Korean 드릴…
in Malaysian latihan…
in French exercice…
in Italian trapano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 工具, 鑽, 鑽床…
in Russian дрель, упражнение, тренировка…
in Polish wiertarka, ćwiczenie utrwalające, musztra…
in Vietnamese bài luyện tập…
in Spanish instrucción…
in Portuguese broca…
in Thai การฝึกฝน…
in German das Exerzieren…
in Catalan trepant…
in Japanese きり, ドリル…
in Indonesian latihan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 工具, 钻, 钻床…
(Definition of drill noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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