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Translation of "practical" - English-Turkish dictionary

practical

adjective     /ˈpræktɪkəl/
REAL
B2 relating to real situations or actions and not to thoughts or ideas pratik, gerçekçi practical experience They can offer practical help.Reality and truth
SUITABLE
suitable or useful for a situation which may involve some difficulty uygulanabilir, mümkün, yapılabilir practical clothes/shoes Pale carpets just aren't practical if you have kids.Useful or advantageous
POSSIBLE
able to be done successfully başarıyla yapılabilir a practical solution The plan is simply not practical.AchievablePossible and probable
GOOD AT PLANNING
Someone who is practical is good at planning things and dealing with problems. makûl, sağduyulu, aklıbaşında, hesabını kitabını bilen She has a lot of interesting ideas but she's not very practical.Goals and purposes
GOOD WITH HANDS
good at repairing and making things becerikli, elinden her iş gelen Skilled, talented and able
(Definition of practical adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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