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Turkish translation of “pillar”

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pillar

noun
 
 
/ˈpɪlər/
[C] a tall structure made of stone, wood, etc which supports something above it
sütun, direk
The new bridge will be supported by 100 concrete pillars.Arches, columns and beams
a pillar of sth someone or something who is very important to a place, organization, etc
temel direk, asıl unsur, esas kişi ya da şey
He was a pillar of the local community.Important and essential thingsInformation and messagesImportant people and describing important peopleFamous peopleWealthy people
Translations of “pillar”
in Korean 기둥…
in Arabic عَمود…
in French pilier…
in Italian colonna, pilastro…
in Chinese (Traditional) (建築物的)柱子,支柱, 墩…
in Russian столб, колонна…
in Polish filar, słup…
in Spanish pilar, columna…
in Portuguese pilar, sustentáculo, alicerce…
in German der Pfeiler…
in Catalan pilar…
in Japanese 柱, 支柱…
in Chinese (Simplified) (建筑物的)柱子,支柱, 墩…
(Definition of pillar from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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