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Turkish translation of “lever”

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lever

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈliːvər/ US  /ˈlevər/
HANDLE a handle that you push or pull to make a machine work
kol, levye
Machine parts
LIFTING a long bar that you use to lift or move something by pressing one end
manivela, kaldıraç, levye
Machine parts
Translations of “lever”
in Korean 핸들, 레버, 지렛대…
in Arabic ذِراع تَشْغيل, عَتَلة…
in French levier…
in Italian leva…
in Chinese (Traditional) 棍棒/手柄, 槓杆,操縱杆,控制手柄…
in Russian рычаг…
in Polish dźwignia, drążek…
in Spanish palanca…
in Portuguese alavanca…
in German der Hebel…
in Catalan palanca, alçaprem…
in Japanese (機械の)レバー, てこ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 棍棒/手柄, 杠杆,操纵杆,控制手柄…
(Definition of lever from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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