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Turkish translation of “imperial”

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imperial

adjective
 
 
/ɪmˈpɪəriəl/
RULE [always before noun] relating or belonging to an empire (= group of countries ruled by one person or government) or the person who rules it
imparatorluğa ait, imparator/imparatoriçe ile ilgili
imperial rule the imperial familyColonisation and self-governmentPowerful people and dictators
MEASURE The imperial system of measurement uses units based on measurements such as inches, pints, and ounces.
İngiltere'de kullanılan ağırlık/ölçüler (sistemi)
Measurements in general
Translations of “imperial”
in Spanish imperial…
in French impérial…
in German kaiserlich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 帝國, 帝國的, 皇帝的…
in Russian императорский, имперский…
in Chinese (Simplified) 帝国, 帝国的, 皇帝的…
in Polish cesarski, imperialny, angielski…
(Definition of imperial from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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