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Turkish translation of “native”

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native

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈneɪtɪv/
BORN someone who was born in a particular place
...da/de doğan (kişi), yerli/yerel, ...lı/li
He's a native of Texas.Race and ethnicityRacial issues
ORIGINAL PEOPLE an old-fashioned and often offensive word for a person who lived in a country, for example an African country, before Europeans went there
(küçültücü, aşağılayıcı eski sözcük) ilkel, yerli
Names of groups of people who lived in the past
Translations of “native”
in Korean 원주민…
in Arabic اِبن البَلَد…
in French indigène…
in Italian nativo, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 本地人, 土生植物, 本地的動物…
in Russian уроженец, туземец…
in Polish rodowit-y/a mieszka-niec/nka, tubylec, krajowiec…
in Spanish indígena…
in Portuguese natural…
in German der/die Eingeborene…
in Catalan originari, originària…
in Japanese 出身者…
in Chinese (Simplified) 本地人, 土生植物, 本地的动物…
(Definition of native noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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