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presence

noun
 
 
/ˈprezəns/
IN A PLACE [U] B2 when someone or something is in a place
hazır bulunma, huzur
She signed the document in the presence of two witnesses.PresentAvailable and accessibleUnavailable and inaccessible
POLICE/SOLDIERS [no plural] a group of police or soldiers who are watching or controlling a situation
(polis, asker) birlik; denetim kontrol grubu/müfrezesi/birliği
a strong police presence The police generallyThe armed forces generally
QUALITY [U] a quality that makes people notice and admire you
kişilik, görünüş, tavı, edâ
Attracting and temptingAttractiveSexual attraction
presence of mind the ability to deal with a difficult situation quickly and effectively
soğukkanlılık; ağır başlılık, pratik zekâ
She had the presence of mind to press the alarm.IntelligencePerceptive
make your presence felt to have a strong effect on other people
varlığını hissettirmek, kendini göstermek, kendini saydırmak
The new police chief has really made his presence felt.Affecting and influencing
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