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Translation of "egg" - English-Turkish dictionary

egg

noun     //
FOOD [C, U]
A1 an oval object produced by a female chicken, that you eat as food yumurta a boiled/fried egg Dairy products and eggsSpherical, circular and annular objectsGeometrical shapes
BABY [C]
B2 an oval object with a hard shell that contains a baby bird, insect, or other creature (kuş, böcek vb.yavrusu taşıyan) yumurta The bird lays (= produces) its eggs in a nest.Animal reproductionThe development and parts of insectsSpherical, circular and annular objectsGeometrical shapes
FEMALE CELL [C]
a cell inside a female person or animal that can develop into a baby (kadınlarda ve dişi hayvanlardaki) yumurta Animal reproductionThe development and parts of insectsSpherical, circular and annular objectsGeometrical shapes
→  See also Easter egg , scrambled eggs , have egg on your face
(Definition of egg from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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