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Turkish translation of “frisk”

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frisk

verb
 
 
/frɪsk/
TOUCH [T] to move your hands over someone's body to discover if they are hiding something such as a weapon
üstünü aramak, arama yapmak
There were guards frisking people as they went into the building.Searching
MOVE [I] to run and jump happily like a young animal
sıçramak, oynamak, sevinçle zıplamak; (argo) kıç atmak
Animal (non-human) behaviourEnergetic and livelyJumpingBouncing
Translations of “frisk”
in Spanish brincar…
in French folâtrer…
in German hüpfen…
in Chinese (Traditional) (用手)搜…的身…
in Russian обыскивать, прыгать, резвиться…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用手)搜…的身…
in Polish przeszukiwać, rewidować, brykać…
(Definition of frisk from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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