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Turkish translation of “gain”

gain

verb
 
 
/ɡeɪn/
GET [T] B1 to get something useful or positive
kazanmak, elde etmek
The country gained independence in 1948. You'll gain a lot of experience working there.Getting, receiving and acceptingCapturing or taking possession of things
gain by/from sth to get an advantage or something valuable from something
bir şeyden yarar/çıkar elde etmek/sağlamak
Who stands to gain from the will?Getting, receiving and acceptingCapturing or taking possession of thingsMaking things betterBecoming better
INCREASE [T] B2 to increase in something such as size, weight, or amount
(beden, ağırlık, miktar vb.) artmak, çoğalmak, artış göstermek
He's gained a lot of weight in the last few months.Increasing and intensifying
CLOCK [I, T] If a clock or a watch gains, it works too quickly and shows a time that is later than the real time.
(saat) ileri gitmek
→ See also gain/lose ground, get/gain the upper handWatches and clocks
(Definition of gain verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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