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Turkish translation of “flock”

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flock

noun [group]
 
 
/flɒk/
BIRD/SHEEP a group of birds or sheep
kuş sürüsü
a flock of geeseAnimal groupings
PEOPLE a group of people led by one person
birisi tarafından önderlik edilen bir grup insan; insan topluluğu
a flock of children/visitorsGroups of people
Translations of “flock”
in Korean 떼, 무리…
in Arabic سِرْب, قَطيع…
in French troupeau…
in Italian stormo, gregge…
in Chinese (Traditional) 群, 羊群, 鳥群…
in Russian стая, отара, толпа…
in Polish stado, grupa, stadko…
in Spanish rebaño, bandada…
in Portuguese rebanho…
in German die Herde, der Schwarm…
in Catalan bandada, ramat…
in Japanese (鳥やヒツジの)群れ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 群, 羊群, 鸟群…
(Definition of flock noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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