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Turkish translation of “fad”

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fad

noun [C]
 
 
/fæd/
something that is fashionable to do, wear, say, etc for a short period of time
geçici bir moda, heves, ilgi (kısa süreli)
the latest health fad Passionate or passing interests
Translations of “fad”
in Spanish novedad, moda…
in French tocade…
in German der (letzte) Schrei in etwas…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一時的風尚, 短暫的狂熱…
in Russian преходящее увлечение…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一时的风尚, 短暂的狂热…
in Polish (przelotna) moda, kaprys…
(Definition of fad from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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