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Translation of "interest" - English-Turkish dictionary

interest

noun     /ˈɪntrəst/
FEELING [U, no plural]
B1 the feeling of wanting to give attention to something or discover more about it ilgi, alaka Mark had an interest in the media and wanted to become a journalist. After a while he simply lost interest in (= stopped being interested) his studies. Bindi felt that her father didn't take much of an interest in her (= he was not very interested).Excitement, interest, energy and enthusiasm
ACTIVITY/SUBJECT [C]
B1 something you enjoy doing, studying, or experiencing ilgi çeken/önemli şey We share a lot of the same interests, particularly music and football.Pastimes - general words
MONEY YOU PAY [U]
B2 the extra money that you must pay to a bank, company, etc which has lent you money ödenen faiz low interest rates Savings, interest and capitalBanks and bank accounts
MONEY YOU EARN [U]
B2 the money you earn from keeping your money in a bank account faiz, kazanç Savings, interest and capital
QUALITY [U]
B1 a quality that makes you think something is interesting kalite Would this book be of any interest to you?Excitement, interest, energy and enthusiasm
ADVANTAGE [C, U]
something that gives someone or something an advantage yarar, çıkar, kazanç, menfaat, kâr A union looks after the interests of its members.Useful or advantageous
be in sb's interest(s)
to help someone and give them an advantage yararına, çıkarına It may not be in your interests to change jobs so soon.Advantage and disadvantage
in the interest(s) of sth
in order to achieve a particular situation or quality ...için; uğruna In the interest of safety, passengers are advised to wear their seat belts at all times.Causing things to happen
LEGAL RIGHT [C] formal
the legal right to own or receive part of a building, company, profits, etc pay, hisse →  See also self-interest , vested interest Belongings and possessions
(Definition of interest noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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