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Turkish translation of “nail”

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nail

verb
 
 
/neɪl/
nail sth down/on/to, etc to fasten something with nails
çivilemek, çiviyle tutturmak
There was a 'private property' sign nailed to the tree.Fastening and tying
[T] mainly US informal to catch someone who has committed a crime
suç işleyen bir kişiyi yakalamak
They eventually nailed him for handling stolen goods.Arresting and charging
Translations of “nail”
in Chinese (Traditional) 釘牢, 用釘子釘,將…釘牢…
in Russian поймать, уличить…
in Chinese (Simplified) 钉牢, 用钉子钉,将…钉牢…
in Polish przyszpilić, nakryć…
(Definition of nail verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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