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literature

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈlɪtrətʃər/
BOOKS/POEMS B1 books, poems, etc that are considered to be art
edebiyat
classical/modern literatureLiterature in general
INFORMATION written information about a subject
basılı/yazılı bilgi, literatür
There is very little literature on the disease.Information and messages
Translations of “literature”
in Arabic أدَب…
in Korean 문학…
in Malaysian karya sastera…
in French littérature…
in Italian letteratura…
in Chinese (Traditional) 作品, 文學, (尤指有傳世價值的)文學作品…
in Russian литература, печатные труды, материалы…
in Polish literatura…
in Vietnamese văn học…
in Spanish literatura…
in Portuguese literatura…
in Thai วรรณคดี…
in German die Literatur…
in Catalan literatura…
in Japanese 文学…
in Indonesian sastra…
in Chinese (Simplified) 作品, 文学, (尤指有传世价值的)文学作品…
(Definition of literature from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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