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Translation of "operation" - English-Turkish dictionary

operation

noun [C]     /ˌɒpərˈeɪʃən/
MEDICAL TREATMENT
B1 when a doctor cuts someone's body to remove or repair part of it ameliyat a heart/lung operation a major/minor operation My son's got to have an operation.Surgery
ORGANIZATION
an organization or business şirket, işletme a large commercial operationSocieties, clubs and organizationsBusinesses and enterprises
ACTIVITY
an activity that is intended to achieve a particular purpose eylem, faaliyet a military/peacekeeping operation a joint operation by French and Spanish policeActing and actsDealing with things or people
in operation
If a machine or system is in operation, it is working or being used. faal, işler/çalışır durumda, yürürlükte The new rail link is now in operation. Most of the machines are now back in operation.FunctioningPerforming a function
(Definition of operation from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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