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Translation of "organic" - English-Turkish dictionary

organic

adjective     /ɔːˈɡænɪk/
FARMING
B2 not using artificial chemicals when keeping animals or growing plants for food suni kimyasallar kullanmayan, organik, doğal, hormonsuz organic farming/farmers organic food/vegetables Natural and artificialFarming - general words
CHEMISTRY
In chemistry, 'organic' describes chemicals that contain carbon. kimyada karbon ihtiva eden kimyasallar, organik organic compoundsTypes of chemicalSpecific chemicals, chemical compounds and gasesSubstances and structures in the bodyChemistry - general words
LIVING
from a living organism canlı organizmadan olan, canlı, organik organic matter/material →  Opposite inorganic Animal and plant biology - general words
organically adverb
organik bir şekilde organically grown vegetables
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