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Translation of "redundant" - English-Turkish dictionary

redundant

adjective
 
 
/rɪˈdʌndənt/
NOT WORKING UK B2 not working because your employer has told you there is not enough work
işsiz, boş, ihtiyaç fazlası
Eight thousand people have been made redundant in Britain this year.Firing staff and being firedEmployment status and types of work
NOT NEEDED UK not needed or used any more because there are other similar or more modern things
fazla, gereksiz, gereksinim duyulmayan
redundant weaponsToo much and unnecessaryOld or old-fashionedThe elderly
TOO MUCH more than is needed, especially extra words that mean the same thing
gereksiz, lüzumsuz, fazla olan, aşırı
Too much and unnecessary
Translations of “redundant”
in Arabic تَمّ الاستِغناء عَنه…
in Korean 중복된…
in Malaysian diberhentikan…
in French licencié…
in Italian superfluo, eccedente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不被僱用的, 失業的, 被解僱的…
in Russian уволенный, сокращенный, излишний…
in Polish zwolniony, zbędny…
in Vietnamese thất nghiệp…
in Spanish despedido…
in Portuguese supérfluo…
in Thai เลิกจ้าง…
in German freigesetzt…
in Catalan redundant…
in Japanese 余分な…
in Indonesian dipecat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不被雇用的, 失业的, 被解雇的…
(Definition of redundant from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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