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Translation of "illuminate" - English-Turkish dictionary

illuminate

verb [T]
 
 
/ɪˈluːmɪneɪt/
LIGHT to shine lights on something
aydınlatmak, ışıklandırmak
The paintings and sculptures are illuminated by spotlights.Emitting and casting light
EXPLAIN to explain something clearly or make it easier to understand
açıklamak, aydınlatmak, ışık tutmak
Defining and explainingReasons and explanations
illumination
 
 
/ɪˌluːmɪˈneɪʃən/ noun [C, U] formal
aydınlanma
Translations of “illuminate”
in Arabic يُنير…
in Korean 비추다…
in Malaysian menerangi…
in French illuminer…
in Italian illuminare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 為…照明,照亮, 闡明,解釋…
in Russian освещать, разъяснять…
in Polish oświetlać, wyjaśniać, rzucać światło na…
in Vietnamese thắp sáng…
in Spanish iluminar…
in Portuguese iluminar…
in Thai ตกแต่งด้วยดวงไฟ…
in German erleuchten…
in Catalan il·luminar…
in Japanese ~を照らす…
in Indonesian menerangi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 为…照明,照亮, 阐明,解释…
(Definition of illuminate from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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