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Translation of "present" - English-Turkish dictionary

present

noun     /ˈprezənt/
the present
B1 the period of time that is happening now bugün, şu an; içinde bulunulan an The play is set in the present.Now
A1 the form of the verb which is used to show what happens or exists now şu an varolan veya olan eylemleri göstermek için kullanılan fiil biçimi Verb forms, tenses and types of verbs
A2 [C] something that you give to someone, usually for a particular occasion hediye, armağan a birthday/wedding present to give someone a present Presents and giftsGifts in the form of money
at present
B1 now şu an, şimdi At present she's working abroad.Now
Translations of “present”
in Arabic هَدِيّة…
in Korean 선물…
in Malaysian hadiah…
in French cadeau…
in Italian regalo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 給予之物, (尤指表示友誼或致謝的)禮物,贈品…
in Russian подарок…
in Polish prezent, upominek…
in Vietnamese món quà…
in Spanish regalo, presente, obsequio…
in Portuguese presente, prenda…
in Thai ของขวัญ…
in German das Geschenk…
in Catalan regal…
in Japanese プレゼント, 贈り物…
in Indonesian hadiah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 给予之物, (尤指表示友谊或致谢的)礼物,赠品…
(Definition of present noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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