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Translation of "fit" - English-Turkish dictionary

fit

noun     /fɪt/
a good/loose/tight, etc fit
when something fits someone or somewhere well, loosely, tightly, etc iyi/bol/sıkı vb. uyum/olma These shoes are a perfect fit.Weighing and measuring
SHORT EXPERIENCE [C]
a sudden, uncontrolled period of doing something or feeling something ani/kontrolsüz davranış/his a coughing fit I hit him in a fit of anger.Periods of time - general words
ILLNESS [C]
a short period of illness when someone cannot control their movements and becomes unconscious kriz, nöbet, beklenmedik durum to have an epileptic fitDisorders of muscles and the nervous systemDisease and illness - general words
have a fit informal
to become extremely angry küplere binmek, hiddetlenmek, çılgına dönmek Becoming angry and expressing anger
Translations of “fit”
in Arabic نوبة…
in Korean 발작…
in Malaysian menyedang…
in French essayage…
in Italian attacco…
in Chinese (Traditional) 疾病, (疾病的)突發,發作, 痙攣…
in Russian приступ, порыв, припадок…
in Polish atak, napad…
in Vietnamese sự thử…
in Spanish prueba…
in Portuguese acesso, ataque…
in Thai การลองเสื้อผ้า…
in German die Anprobe…
in Catalan atac…
in Japanese 発作…
in Indonesian pengepasan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 疾病, (疾病的)突发,发作, 痉挛…
(Definition of fit noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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