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Translation of "itch" - English-Turkish dictionary

itch

verb     /ɪtʃ/
[I] If a part of your body itches, it feels uncomfortable and you want to rub it with your nails. kaşınmak, kaşındırmak Woollen sweaters make my arms itch.Skin complaints and blemishes
be itching to do sth informal
to want to do something very much şiddetle arzu etmek, can atmak, bir şeyi çok istemek You could tell that they were itching to leave.Wanting thingsHoping and hopefulness
Translations of “itch”
in Arabic يَحُكّ…
in Korean 가렵다…
in Malaysian ingin sekali…
in French mourir d’envie de…
in Italian prudere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 發癢…
in Russian чесаться, вызывать зуд…
in Polish swędzieć…
in Vietnamese rất mong muốn…
in Spanish morirse de ganas…
in Portuguese coçar…
in Thai ปรารถนา…
in German brennen…
in Catalan picar…
in Japanese (体)がかゆい, (体)をかゆくする…
in Indonesian ingin sekali…
in Chinese (Simplified) 发痒…
(Definition of itch verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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