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Turkish translation of “foam”

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foam

noun [U]
 
 
/fəʊm/
BUBBLES a mass of small, white bubbles on the surface of a liquid
köpük
Masses and large amounts of things
PRODUCT a thick substance of small, white bubbles used as a cleaning or beauty product
güzellik ve temizlik amaçlı kullanılan köpük
shaving foam Masses and large amounts of things
FILLING a soft substance used to fill furniture and other objects
sünger, kauçuk
Plastics and rubber
Translations of “foam”
in Korean 거품…
in Arabic رَغْوة…
in French mousse, écume…
in Italian schiuma…
in Chinese (Traditional) 泡沫, 泡沫劑, 泡沫橡膠,海綿橡膠…
in Russian пена, поролон…
in Polish piana, pianka…
in Spanish espuma…
in Portuguese espuma…
in German der Schaum…
in Catalan escuma…
in Japanese 泡…
in Chinese (Simplified) 泡沫, 泡沫剂, 泡沫橡胶,海绵橡胶…
(Definition of foam from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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