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Turkish translation of “rational”

rational

adjective
 
 
/ˈræʃənəl/
BASED ON FACTS based on facts and not affected by someone's emotions or imagination
gerçeklere dayalı, mantıksal; akıl/izan çerçevesinde olan
a rational argument/debate/explanation Logic and reason
WITHOUT EMOTION able to make decisions based on facts and not be influenced by your emotions or imagination
akılcı, mantıklı, aklı başında, mâkul
Look, we've got to try to be rational about this. → Opposite irrationalLogic and reason
rationally adverb
mantıki olarak
(Definition of rational from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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