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Turkish translation of “illusion”

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illusion

noun
 
 
/ɪˈluːʒən/
FALSE IDEA [C, U] an idea or belief that is not true
hayal, hülya, kuruntu
He had no illusions about his talents as a singer. We are not under any illusion - we know the work is dangerous.True, real, false, and unreal
DIFFERENT [C] something that is not really what it seems to be
göz aldanması, yanılsama
There is a large mirror at one end to create the illusion of more space. →  See also optical illusion True, real, false, and unreal
Translations of “illusion”
in Korean 환상…
in Arabic وَهْم…
in French illusion…
in Italian illusione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 幻覺,幻想, 假像,錯覺…
in Russian иллюзия, обман, впечатление…
in Polish złudzenie, iluzja…
in Spanish ilusión…
in Portuguese ilusão…
in German die Täuschung…
in Catalan il·lusió…
in Japanese 錯覚…
in Chinese (Simplified) 幻觉,幻想, 假象,错觉…
(Definition of illusion from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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