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exist

verb [I]
 
 
/ɪɡˈzɪst/
BE REAL B1 to be real or present
var olmak, mevcut/gerçek olmak, bulunmak
Poverty still exists in this country.Existing and beingLife and living
LIVE to live in difficult conditions
zor şartlarda yaşamını sürdürmek
You can't exist without water for more than a week.Existing and beingLife and living
Translations of “exist”
in Arabic يَتَواجَد…
in Korean 존재하다…
in Malaysian wujud, hidup…
in French exister, subsister…
in Italian esistere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 存在, 實際上有…
in Russian существовать, жить…
in Polish istnieć, egzystować, żyć…
in Vietnamese tồn tại, tiếp tục sống…
in Spanish existir, subsistir…
in Portuguese existir…
in Thai มีจริง, มีชีวิต…
in German existieren, leben…
in Catalan existir…
in Japanese (人、もの)が存在する…
in Indonesian ada, hidup…
in Chinese (Simplified) 存在, 实际上有…
(Definition of exist from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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