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Translation of "filter" - English-Turkish dictionary

filter

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈfɪltər/
a piece of equipment that you pass a liquid or gas through in order to remove particular substances
süzgeç, filtre
a coffee filterLaboratory equipment
Translations of “filter”
in Arabic مِصْفاة…
in Korean 필터, 여과 장치…
in Malaysian penuras, penapis…
in French filtre…
in Italian filtro…
in Chinese (Traditional) 除去物件的裝置, 濾器, 過濾器…
in Russian фильтр…
in Polish filtr…
in Vietnamese máy lọc, cái lọc, kính lọc…
in Spanish filtro…
in Portuguese filtro…
in Thai เครื่องกรอง, กระจกกรองแสง…
in German der Filter, Filter-……
in Catalan filtre…
in Japanese フィルター…
in Indonesian saringan, filter…
in Chinese (Simplified) 除去物件的设置, 滤器, 过滤器…
(Definition of filter noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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