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Turkish translation of “passage”

passage

noun
 
 
/ˈpæsɪdʒ/
SPACE [C] ( also passageway,
 
 
/ˈpæsɪdzweɪ/)
B2 a long, narrow space that connects one place to another
geçit, dehliz
There's a passage to the side of the house, leading to the garden.Passages and entrance areas
WRITING/MUSIC [C] B2 a short part of a book, speech, or piece of music
parça, bölüm, pasaj
She can quote whole passages from the novel.Musical pieces
TUBE [C] a tube in your body that allows air, liquid, etc to pass through it
yol, kanal, tüp
the nasal/respiratory passagesSubstances and structures in the body
PROGRESS [U, no plural] the movement or progress from one stage or place to another
geçiş, ilerleme
It's a difficult passage from boyhood to manhood.Journeys
the passage of time literary the way that time passes
geçiş, akış, ilerleyiş
Love changes with the passage of time.Spending time and time passing
(Definition of passage from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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