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Translation of "gap" - English-Turkish dictionary

gap

noun [C]     /ɡæp/
SPACE B1 an empty space or hole in the middle of something, or between two things aralık, açıklık, boşluk There's quite a big gap between the door and the floor. The sun was shining through a gap in the curtains.Holes, hollows and dips
DIFFERENCE B2 a difference between two groups of people, two situations, etc (kişi, durum) fark, ayrılık an age gap This course bridges the gap between school and university.Different and difference
ABSENT THING B2 something that is absent and stops something from being complete boşluk, eksiklik There are huge gaps in my memory.Lacking thingsScarce, inadequate and not enoughEssential or necessary
a gap in the market an opportunity for a product or service that does not already exist pazar boşluğu; ürün veya hizmet eksikliği Opportunity Freedom to act
TIME B2 a period of time when nothing happens, or when you are doing something different from usual boşluk, ara, kopukluk I decided to go back to teaching after a gap of 10 years. →  See also the generation gap Periods of time - general words
(Definition of gap from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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