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Translation of "human" - English-Turkish dictionary

human

adjective     /ˈhjuːmən/
B1 relating to people or their characteristics insanî, insana ait/özgü the human body human behaviour The accident was caused by human error (= a person's mistake).Humans, apes and monkeys
be only human
to not be perfect mükemmel olmamak, hata yapabilecek olmak Of course Tom makes mistakes - he's only human.Incomplete
Translations of “human”
in Arabic بَشَري…
in Korean 인간의…
in Malaysian manusia…
in French humain…
in Italian umano…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人的, 人類的…
in Russian человеческий…
in Polish ludzki…
in Vietnamese thuộc con người…
in Spanish humano, ser humano…
in Portuguese humano…
in Thai เกี่ยวกับมนุษย์…
in German menschlich…
in Catalan humà…
in Japanese 人間の…
in Indonesian manusia…
in Chinese (Simplified) 人的, 人类的…
(Definition of human adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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