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Translation of "key" - English-Turkish dictionary

key

noun [C]     /kiː/
FOR LOCKS
A1 a piece of metal cut into a particular shape and used for locking things such as doors, or for starting an engine anahtar I've lost my car keys.Locking and bolting
METHOD
B1 a way of explaining or achieving something en önemli nokta, çözüm yolu Hard work is the key to success.Ways of achieving things
KEYBOARD
B1 one of the parts you press with your fingers on a keyboard or musical instrument to produce letters, numbers, or to make a sound tuşlar Computer hardwareKeyboard instruments
MUSIC
a set of musical notes based on one particular note müzik notaları the key of D majorTechnical music terms
SYMBOLS
a list which explains the symbols on a map or picture kısaltmalar, açıklamalar Maps and map-makingSigns, signals and symbolsSpecific signs and symbols
ANSWERS
A2 a list of answers to an exercise or game cevap anahtarı →  See also under lock and key Solving and solutions
(Definition of key noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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