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Translation of "pure" - English-Turkish dictionary

pure

adjective     /pjʊər/
NOT MIXED
B1 A pure substance is not mixed with anything else. saf, halis, has pure gold pure woolUnspoiltPerfect and faultless
EMPHASIS [always before noun]
B2 used to emphasize that a feeling, quality, or state is completely and only that thing (duygu, kalite, durum) saf, katıksız, tertemiz, katkısız pure coincidence Her face had a look of pure delight.Very and extremeComplete and wholeIntensifying expressions
CLEAN
B1 clean and healthy temiz ve sağlıklı, duru, net pure air/water UnspoiltPerfect and faultlessClean and tidy
pure mathematics/physics, etc
the study of mathematics/physics, etc based only on ideas and not on practical use kuramsal/teorik/nazarî matematik/fizik Subjects and disciplines
GOOD
completely good and not having any bad qualities or bad morals tertemiz, saf, masum, lekesiz UnspoiltPerfect and faultlessVirtue and moral good
(Definition of pure from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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