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Turkish translation of “rear”

rear

verb
 
 
/rɪər/
CARE FOR YOUNG [T] If you rear children or young animals, you care for them until they are adults.
büyütmek, bakmak, yetiştirmek
In these waters they breed and rear their young.Parenting and caring for childrenAnimal farming - general words
HORSE [I] ( also rear up) If a horse rears, it stands on its back legs.
şahlanmak, şaha kalkmak
→ See also raise/rear its ugly headHorse ridingHorse racingHorses and similar animals
(Definition of rear verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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