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Translation of "marathon" - English-Turkish dictionary

marathon

noun [C]     /ˈmærəθən/
RACE
B2 a race in which people run for about 26 miles/42 km maraton; 42 km. süren koşu yarışı the London marathon a marathon runnerAthletics
LONG EVENT
a very long event çok uzun süren ve yorucu eylem; uzun soluklu eylem a dance marathonLong periods of time
Translations of “marathon”
in Arabic سِباق الماراثون…
in Korean 마라톤…
in Malaysian maraton…
in French marathon…
in Italian maratona…
in Chinese (Traditional) 競賽, 馬拉松賽跑(全長42.195公里)…
in Russian марафон…
in Polish maraton…
in Vietnamese chạy ma-ra-tông…
in Spanish maratón…
in Portuguese maratona…
in Thai การแข่งวิ่งมาราธอน…
in German der Marathonlauf, Marathon-……
in Catalan marató…
in Japanese マラソン…
in Indonesian maraton…
in Chinese (Simplified) 竞赛, 马拉松赛跑(全长42.195公里)…
(Definition of marathon from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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