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Translation of "preference" - English-Turkish dictionary

preference

noun     /ˈprefərəns/
B2 [C, U] when you like something or someone more than another person or thing tercih, yeğleme personal preferences We have white and brown bread. Do you have a preference? I have a preference for dark-haired men.Liking more
give preference to sb
to give special treatment to someone tercih hakkı vermek; önceliği vermek Hospitals must give preference to urgent cases.Advantage and disadvantageUnfairness and favouring someone unfairlyJustice and fairness
Translations of “preference”
in Korean 선호, 애호…
in Arabic تَفْضيل…
in Portuguese preferência…
in Catalan preferència…
in Japanese 好み, (選択肢の中の)希望のもの…
in Italian preferenza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 偏愛, 愛好, 喜愛…
in Russian предпочтение…
in Chinese (Simplified) 偏爱, 爱好, 喜爱…
in Polish upodobanie, preferencja, upodobania…
(Definition of preference from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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