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Turkish translation of “grey”

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grey

adjective UK ( US gray)
 
 
/ɡreɪ/
COLOUR A1 being a colour that is a mixture of black and white
gri, kül rengi
grey clouds Black, white and grey
HAIR having hair that has become grey or white
kır saçlı, ağırmış saçlı
She went grey in her thirties.Hair colour
WEATHER cloudy and not bright
(hava) bulutlu, açık olmayan, kasvetli
a cold, grey morningDescribing bad weatherClouds, dew, fog and steam
BORING not interesting or attractive
sıkıcı, çekici olmayan
Life was grey and tedious.Tedious and uninspiring
grey area something which people are not certain about, usually because there are no clear rules for it
gri bölge, belli belirsiz alan/yer/bölge
UncertaintyHesitatingAchievable
Translations of “grey”
in Korean 회색의…
in Arabic رَمادي…
in French gris, grisonnant…
in Italian grigio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 顏色(的), 灰色(的), 灰白色(的)…
in Russian серый, седой, пасмурный…
in Polish szary, popielaty, siwy…
in Spanish gris, cano…
in Portuguese cinza, grisalho…
in German grau…
in Catalan gris…
in Japanese 灰色の, グレーの…
in Chinese (Simplified) 颜色(的), 灰色(的), 灰白色(的)…
(Definition of grey adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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