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Translation of "moderate" - English-Turkish dictionary

moderate

adjective
 
 
/ˈmɒdərət/
SIZE average in size or amount and not too much
vasat, orta
Eating a moderate amount of fat is healthy.Medium-sizedSmallExtremely small
OPINION not extreme, especially relating to political opinions
ılımlı
a moderate political groupPolitical movements and groups
moderately adverb
makul bir miktarda
Translations of “moderate”
in Arabic مُعْتَدِل…
in Korean 보통의…
in Malaysian sederhana…
in French moyen…
in Italian moderato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 中等的, 不過分的,適度的…
in Russian умеренный…
in Polish umiarkowany…
in Vietnamese vừa phải…
in Spanish regular…
in Portuguese moderado…
in Thai กลาง ๆ…
in German mittelmäßig…
in Catalan moderat…
in Japanese ほどほどの…
in Indonesian sedang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 中等的, 不过分的,适度的…
(Definition of moderate adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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