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fraction

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈfrækʃən/
PART a number less than 1, such as 1/2; or 3/4;
kesir
FractionsNumbers generally
AMOUNT a very small number or amount
çok küçük miktar, küçücük bölüm
a fraction of a secondWords meaning small pieces and amounts
fractionally adverb by a very small amount
çok küçük ölçüde, az bir farkla
Harry is fractionally taller than Ben.Small in number and quantity
Translations of “fraction”
in Arabic كَسْر…
in Korean 분수…
in Malaysian pecahan, sebahagian kecil…
in French fraction, petite portion…
in Italian frazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 分數, 小部分…
in Russian дробь (в математике), частица, доля…
in Polish ułamek, odrobina…
in Vietnamese phân số, một chút…
in Spanish fracción, poquito…
in Portuguese fração…
in Thai เศษส่วน, ส่วนน้อย…
in German der Bruch, der Bruchteil…
in Catalan fracció…
in Japanese 分数…
in Indonesian pecahan, sebagian kecil…
in Chinese (Simplified) 分数, 小部分…
(Definition of fraction from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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