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god

noun
 
 
/ɡɒd/
God A2 in Jewish, Christian, or Muslim belief, the spirit who created the universe and everything in it, and who rules over it
Allah, Rab, İlah
God and gods
B2 [C] a spirit, especially a male one, that people pray to and who has control over parts of the world or nature
tanrı
the ancient Greek gods and goddessesGod and gods
(Oh) (my) God! informal B1 used to emphasize how surprised, angry, shocked, etc you are
'Aman Allah'ım!', 'Aman Yarabbi!'
Oh my God! The car has been stolen.InterjectionsSounds used as interjectionsExpressions of surprise
thank God informal B1 something you say when you are happy because something bad did not happen
'Allah'a şükür', 'Şükürler olsun ki!'
Thank God nobody was hurt in the accident.Relieved and thankful
(Definition of god from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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