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random

adjective
 
 
/ˈrændəm/
done or chosen without any plan or system
rastgele, gelişigüzel, belli bir sıra düzen takip etmeyen
random testing a random selection Chance and randomness
at random chosen by chance
rastgele şekilde gelişigüzel biçimde
Winners will be chosen at random.Chance and randomness
randomly adverb
rastgele
Translations of “random”
in Arabic عَشْوائي…
in Korean 무작위로…
in Malaysian rawak…
in French aléatoire…
in Italian casuale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 任意的, 隨機的, 胡亂的…
in Russian произвольный, случайный…
in Polish przypadkowy, losowy…
in Vietnamese ngẫu nhiên…
in Spanish aleatorio, casual, sin orden…
in Portuguese feito ao acaso, a esmo…
in Thai โดยการสุ่ม…
in German zufällig…
in Catalan aleatori…
in Japanese 無作為の, ランダムな…
in Indonesian acak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 任意的, 随机的, 胡乱的…
(Definition of random from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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