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Translation of "folk" - English-Turkish dictionary

folk

noun     /fəʊk/
PEOPLE [plural] UK informal ( US folks)
people insanlar, halk country folk old folkPeople in general
sb's folks informal
someone's parents anne baba, ebeveynler We always spend Christmas with my folks.Parents and children
MUSIC [U]
B1 folk music halk türküsü, halk müziği Types of music
Translations of “folk”
in Arabic ناس…
in Korean 사람들…
in Malaysian orang…
in French gens…
in Italian gente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人們, (尤指某一群體或類型的)人們…
in Russian люди, народная музыка…
in Polish ludzie, folk…
in Vietnamese người…
in Spanish gente…
in Portuguese pessoas, povo, gente…
in Thai ประชาชน…
in German die Leute (pl.)…
in Catalan gent…
in Japanese 人々…
in Indonesian rakyat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人们, (尤指某一群体或类型的)人们…
(Definition of folk noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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