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Translation of "reaction" - English-Turkish dictionary

reaction

noun     /riˈækʃən/
CAUSED BY SOMETHING [C, U] B2 something you say, feel, or do because of something that has happened tepki, karşılık, reaksiyon What was his reaction to the news?Reacting and responding
reactions mainly UK the ability to move quickly when something suddenly happens tepki, ani davranışlar, reaksiyon; çabuk karşılık verebilme, refleks Drivers need to have quick reactions.Reacting and responding
CHANGE [no plural] a change in the way people behave or think because they do not agree with the way people behaved or thought in the past gericilik, irtica In art, there was a reaction against Realism.Reacting and responding
BAD EFFECT [C] B2 an unpleasant feeling or illness caused by something you have eaten or used on your body vücudun ortaya koyduğu tepki, reaksiyon A number of people have had a bad reaction to this drug.Reacting and responding
SUBSTANCES [C] a change which happens when two substances are put together kimyasal tepkime, reaksiyon a chemical reaction →  See also chain reaction Physical and chemical processes
Translations of “reaction”
in Korean 반응, 알레르기 반응…
in Arabic رَدّ فِعْل, رَدّ فِعل…
in Portuguese reação, resposta…
in Catalan reacció…
in Japanese 反応, 反響, 逆作用…
in Italian reazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 反應, 回應, 反對…
in Russian реакция, противодействие…
in Chinese (Simplified) 反应, 回应, 反对…
in Polish reakcja, odwrót, bunt…
(Definition of reaction from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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