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Translation of "quotation" - English-Turkish dictionary

quotation

noun [C]
 
 
/kwəʊˈteɪʃən/
PHRASE a sentence or phrase that is taken out of a book, poem, or play
alıntı, aktarma, iktibas
a quotation from Shakespeare/the BibleQuoting and making references
COST the amount that a piece of work will probably cost
muhtemel maliyet/fiyat; olası fiyat
Make sure you get a quotation for all the work before they start.Costs and expenses
Translations of “quotation”
in Korean 인용…
in Arabic اِقْتِباس…
in Portuguese citação…
in Catalan citació…
in Japanese 引用, 引用文(句)…
in Italian citazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 語錄, 引語,引文,語錄…
in Russian цитата, расценка…
in Chinese (Simplified) 语录, 引语,引文,语录…
in Polish cytat, wycena…
(Definition of quotation from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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