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Turkish translation of “involuntary”

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involuntary

adjective
 
 
/ɪnˈvɒləntəri/
An involuntary movement or action is something you do but cannot control.
istenilmeden yapılan, irade dışı, gayriihtiyari
an involuntary shudderNot expected or planned
involuntarily adverb
istem dışı bir şekilde
Translations of “involuntary”
in Spanish involuntario…
in French involontaire…
in German unfreiwillig…
in Chinese (Traditional) 非自願的, 不由自主的,無意識的…
in Russian непроизвольный, невольный…
in Chinese (Simplified) 非自愿的, 不由自主的,无意识的…
in Polish mimowolny, bezwiedny…
(Definition of involuntary from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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