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Turkish translation of “flounder”

flounder

verb [I]
 
 
/ˈflaʊndər/
MOVEMENT to make wild movements with your arms or body, especially because you are trying not to sink
batmamak için çırpınmak, debelenmek
Making short, sudden movementsMovement on or through water
NOT KNOW to not know what to do or say
bocalamak, ne söyleyeceğini/yapacağını bilmemek
When he resigned, the team was left floundering.Difficult situations and unpleasant experiencesAccidents and disasters
FAIL If a relationship, organization, or plan flounders, it fails or begins to experience problems.
düşe kalka/bata çıka ilerlemek; sorunlar yaşamaya başlamak; iyi gitmemek; sorunlar yaşamak
By 1993 his marriage was floundering.Faults and mistakes
(Definition of flounder from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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