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Translation of "futile" - English-Turkish dictionary

futile

adjective     /ˈfjuːtaɪl/ US  /ˈfjuːtəl/
certain not to have a successful effect or result nafile, boşuna, yersiz a futile attempt to escapeUseless and futileFailing and doing badlyUnsuccessful (people and things)
futility     /fjuːˈtɪləti/ noun [U]
when something is futile faydasızlık, boşunalık, beyhudelik Useless and futileFailing and doing badly
Translations of “futile”
in Arabic عَقيم…
in Korean 헛된…
in Malaysian sia-sia…
in French futile…
in Italian vano, inutile…
in Chinese (Traditional) (行動)無作用的, 無效的, 不成功的…
in Russian бесполезный, тщетный…
in Polish daremny, beznadziejny…
in Vietnamese vô ích, không có hiệu quả…
in Spanish inútil, fútil, vano…
in Portuguese inútil…
in Thai ไร้ประโยชน์…
in German nutzlos…
in Catalan inútil…
in Japanese 無駄な…
in Indonesian sia-sia…
in Chinese (Simplified) (行动)无作用的, 无效的, 不成功的…
(Definition of futile from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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