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Turkish translation of “event”

event

noun [C]
 
 
/ɪˈvent/
HAPPENING B1 something that happens, especially something important or unusual
olay
Local people have been shocked by recent events in the town.Events and occurrencesAccidents and disasters
RACE B1 a race, party, competition, etc that has been organized for a particular time
karşılaşma; parti; yarışma
a social/sporting event AthleticsCompetitions, and parts of competitions
in the event UK used to emphasize what did happen when it was not what you had expected
...olduğunda/gerçekleştiğinde
In the event, we didn't need the extra money.Not expected or planned
in the event of sth formal if something happens
...olursa/olduğunda; durumunda/halinde; vuku bulduğunda
An airbag could save your life in the event of an accident.Occurring and happening
in any event whatever happens
her ne olursa olsun; her halükârda; her ne pahasına olursa olsun
I'm not sure if I'm coming on Friday, but in any event, I'll see you next week. → See also non-eventOccurring and happening
(Definition of event from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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