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Turkish translation of “prelude”

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prelude

noun
 
 
/ˈpreljuːd/
a prelude to sth something that happens before another event or activity, usually as an introduction to it
başlangıç, giriş
There are hopes that the talks are a prelude to an agreement.Preceding and introducing
[C] a short piece of music that introduces the main piece
giriş parçası
Musical pieces
Translations of “prelude”
in Spanish preludio…
in French prélude…
in German das Vorspiel…
in Chinese (Traditional) 序言, 序幕,先聲,前奏…
in Russian прелюдия…
in Chinese (Simplified) 序言, 序幕,先声,前奏…
in Polish preludium…
(Definition of prelude from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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