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Translation of "issue" - English-Turkish dictionary

issue

noun     /ˈɪʃuː/
PROBLEM [C]
B1 an important subject or problem that people are discussing konu, mevzu the issues of race and social class political issues Chris has raised a very important issue.Topics and areas of interest
NEWSPAPER OR MAGAZINE [C]
B2 the newspaper, magazine, etc that is produced on a particular day baskı, sayı, nüsha Have you seen the latest issue of Computer World?Newspapers and magazines
at issue
most important in what is being discussed söz konusu olan, tartışılan, mevzu bahis olan The point at issue is what is best for the child.Topics and areas of interestImportant and essential thingsInformation and messages
take issue (with sb/sth)
to disagree with what someone says or writes birinin söylediği veya yazdığı ile uyuşmazlık/uyuşmamak I would take issue with you on that.Arguing and disagreeing
(Definition of issue noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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