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Turkish translation of “mute”

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mute

adjective
 
 
/mjuːt/
THOUGHT expressed in thoughts but not in speech or writing
sessiz, suskun
The president has remained mute about whether he will resign. I gazed at her in mute admiration.Mind and personalityScience of psychology and psychoanalysisCommunicating and keeping in touch
NOT SPEAKING unable to speak for physical or mental reasons
dilsiz, ahraz
a school for deaf and mute childrenHandicap and the disabled
Translations of “mute”
in Korean 무언의, 벙어리의…
in Arabic صامِت, أبكَم…
in French muet…
in Italian muto…
in Chinese (Traditional) (人)啞的,沉默的, (活動)無聲的…
in Russian безмолвный, немой…
in Polish milczący, niemy…
in Spanish mudo…
in Portuguese mudo…
in German stumm…
in Catalan en silenci, mut…
in Japanese 無言の, 口の利けない…
in Chinese (Simplified) (人)哑的,沉默的, (活动)无声的…
(Definition of mute from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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