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Turkish translation of “idol”

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idol

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈaɪdəl/
PERSON someone that you admire and respect very much
ilâh, gözde kişi, hayranlık duyulan kimse
apop/sporting idol Heroes and cowards
GOD a picture or object that people pray to as part of their religion
(din) tapınılan put/nesne/resim
Religious practices
idolize ( also UK -ise) verb [T] to admire and respect someone very much
hayran olmak, taparcasına sevmek
Showing respect and admiration
Translations of “idol”
in Korean 우상, (신)우상…
in Arabic قُدْوة, مَعْبود الجماهير, وَثَن…
in French idole…
in Italian idolo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 偶像,明星, 神像…
in Russian идол, божество…
in Polish idol…
in Spanish ídolo…
in Portuguese ídolo…
in German der Götze, das Idol…
in Catalan ídol…
in Japanese アイドル, 偶像…
in Chinese (Simplified) 偶像,明星, 神像…
(Definition of idol from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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