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Translation of "horizon" - English-Turkish dictionary

horizon

noun     /həˈraɪzən/
[C] the line in the distance where the sky seems to touch the land or sea ufuk The Earth and outer space - general words
broaden/expand/widen your horizons
to increase the number of things that you know about, have experienced, or can do ufkunu genişletmek; bilgi/beceri ve deneyimlerini artırmak Travelling certainly broadens your horizons.Becoming betterMaking things betterMaking progress and advancing
Translations of “horizon”
in Arabic أُفُق…
in Korean 지평선…
in Malaysian kaki langit…
in French horizon…
in Italian orizzonte…
in Chinese (Traditional) 地平線…
in Russian горизонт…
in Polish horyzont…
in Vietnamese đường chân trời…
in Spanish horizonte…
in Portuguese horizonte…
in Thai ขอบฟ้า…
in German der Horizont…
in Catalan horitzó…
in Japanese 地平線, 水平線…
in Indonesian cakrawala…
in Chinese (Simplified) 地平线…
(Definition of horizon from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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