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going

noun
 
 
/ˈɡəʊɪŋ/
DIFFICULTY [U] how easy or difficult something is
kolay/zor
I found the exam quite hard going.Conditions and characteristics
GROUND [U] the condition of the ground for walking, riding, etc
zeminin durumu/yapısı/elverişli olup olmadığı
Conditions and characteristics
LEAVING [no plural] when someone leaves somewhere
gidiş, gidişi, ayrılış, ayrılışı
His going came as a big surprise.Arrivals and departures
Translations of “going”
in Chinese (Traditional) 速度, 進展速度…
in Russian дело, обстоятельство, состояние дороги…
in Chinese (Simplified) 速度, 进展速度…
in Polish sprawa, warunki, sytuacja…
(Definition of going noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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