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Turkish translation of “loose”

loose

adjective
 
 
/luːs/
NOT FIXED B2 not firmly fixed
gevşek, serbest, laçka, gevşemiş
There were some loose wires hanging out of the wall. One of my buttons is loose.Flexible, loose and yielding
CLOTHES B1 large and not fitting tightly
bol, geniş
a loose dress/sweaterThe style, appearance, and make-up of clothesFlexible, loose and yielding
FREE An animal that is loose is free to move around.
başıboş, kaçmış, özgür, serbest
Two lions escaped and are still loose.Uncontrolled
NOT EXACT not exact
rastgele, sıradan, alelusul, serbest
It's only a loose translation of the poem.Approximate
loosely adverb
gevşek bir biçimde
The film is based very loosely (= not exactly) on the novel.
→ See also be at a loose end
(Definition of loose from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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