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Turkish translation of “inactive”

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not active or working
hareketsiz, durgun, tembel
Beetle grubs stay inactive underground until spring.Passive and not working
/ˌɪnækˈtɪvəti/ noun [U]
when something or someone is not active or working
a period of inactivity Passive and not working
Translations of “inactive”
in Korean 활동하지 않는…
in Arabic كَسول, غَير فَعّال…
in French inactif, éteint…
in Italian inattivo, inoperoso…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無行動的, 不活動的, 不活躍的…
in Russian бездействующий…
in Polish bezczynny, nieczynny…
in Spanish inactivo…
in Portuguese inativo…
in German träge, untätig…
in Catalan inactiu…
in Japanese 活動していない…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无行动的, 不活动的, 不活跃的…
(Definition of inactive from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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