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Turkish translation of “famine”

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famine

noun [C, U]
 
 
/ˈfæmɪn/
when people living in a particular area do not have enough food for a long time causing suffering and death
açlık, kıtlık
Hungry and thirsty
Translations of “famine”
in Korean 기근…
in Arabic مَجاعة…
in French famine…
in Italian carestia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 饑荒, 饑荒時期…
in Russian голод (стихийное бедствие)…
in Polish głód, klęska głodu…
in Spanish hambre, hambruna…
in Portuguese fome…
in German die Hungersnot…
in Catalan fam…
in Japanese 飢饉(ききん)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 饥荒, 饥荒时期…
(Definition of famine from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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