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individual

noun [C]
 
 
/ˌɪndɪˈvɪdʒuəl/
SEPARATE B2 a person, especially when considered separately and not as part of a group
fert, birey, kişi, şahıs
We try to treat our students as individuals.Particular and individual
SPECIAL informal a person with a special characteristic, usually one you dislike
tip, karakter, kişi
a ruthless individualParticular and individual
Translations of “individual”
in Arabic فَرْد…
in Korean 개인…
in Malaysian peribadi…
in French personne…
in Italian individuo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 單個, 個人,個體…
in Russian личность, индивидуальность, тип…
in Polish osoba, jednostka, osobnik…
in Vietnamese một con người…
in Spanish persona, individuo…
in Portuguese indivíduo, pessoa…
in Thai บุคคล…
in German die Person…
in Catalan individu, -ídua…
in Japanese 個人, 一人の人間…
in Indonesian pribadi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 单个, 个人,个体…
(Definition of individual noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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