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Translation of "joint" - English-Turkish dictionary

joint

adjective [always before noun]
 
 
/dʒɔɪnt/
B2 belonging to or done by two or more people
ortak
a joint statement The project was a joint effort by all the children in the class.SharingConnecting and combiningVariety and mixturesMixing and mixtures
jointly adverb B2
birlikte
Translations of “joint”
in Arabic مُشْتَرَك…
in Korean 공동의…
in Malaysian bersama…
in French commun…
in Italian congiunto, comune…
in Chinese (Traditional) 共有的,共用的, 共同的…
in Russian совместный…
in Polish wspólny…
in Vietnamese chung…
in Spanish colectivo, mutuo…
in Portuguese conjunto, mútuo…
in Thai ร่วมกัน…
in German gemeinsam…
in Catalan conjunt…
in Japanese 合同の, 共同の…
in Indonesian gabungan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 共有的,共享的, 共同的…
(Definition of joint adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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