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Translation of "puppet" - English-Turkish dictionary

puppet

noun [C]     /ˈpʌpɪt/
TOY
a toy in the shape of a person or animal that you can move with strings or by putting your hand inside kukla a glove puppet Toys and dolls
PERSON
someone who is controlled by someone else başkaları tarafından kullanılan/kontrol edilen kimse, kukla a political puppetControlling and being in charge
Translations of “puppet”
in Arabic دُمْية تُحَرَّك بِاليَد…
in Korean 인형, 꼭두각시…
in Malaysian boneka…
in French marionnette…
in Italian marionetta, burattino…
in Chinese (Traditional) 木偶, 傀儡…
in Russian марионетка, кукла…
in Polish kukiełka, marionetka…
in Vietnamese con rối…
in Spanish marioneta, títere…
in Portuguese marionete…
in Thai หุ่นกระบอก…
in German die Marionette…
in Catalan titella…
in Japanese 操り人形, 指人形…
in Indonesian boneka tali…
in Chinese (Simplified) 木偶, 傀儡…
(Definition of puppet from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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