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Turkish translation of “fray”

fray

verb
 
 
/freɪ/
CLOTH [I, T] If material or clothing frays, or if it is frayed, the threads at the edge break and become loose.
tel tel olmak, yıpra(t)nmak, eski(t)mek,
Tearing and breaking into pieces
ANNOYED [I] If your temper (= mood) frays or your nerves fray, you gradually become annoyed or upset.
sinirleri yıpra(t)nmak/harap olmak/etmek
After hours of waiting, tempers were beginning to fray.Becoming and making less strong
(Definition of fray verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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