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Translation of "garden" - English-Turkish dictionary

garden

noun     /ˈɡɑːdən/
A1 [C] UK ( US yard) an area of ground belonging to a house, often containing grass, flowers, or trees bahçe the front/back garden Dad's outside in the garden.Gardens and yards
gardens [plural]
a park or large public area where plants and flowers are grown park, bahçe Gardens and yards
garden verb [I]
to work in a garden, growing plants and making it look attractive bağ bahçe işleri yapmak, bahçecilik/bahçıvanlık yapmak Gardening - general words
Translations of “garden”
in Arabic حَديقة…
in Korean 정원…
in Malaysian taman…
in French (de) jardin…
in Italian giardino…
in Chinese (Traditional) (住宅旁的)花園,菜園,園子, 公園…
in Russian сад…
in Polish ogród, ogródek…
in Vietnamese vườn…
in Spanish jardín, huerto…
in Portuguese quintal, jardim, pátio…
in Thai สวน…
in German der Garten, Garten-……
in Catalan jardí…
in Japanese 庭…
in Indonesian kebun…
in Chinese (Simplified) (住宅旁的)花园,菜园,园子, 公园…
(Definition of garden from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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