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Translation of "reel" - English-Turkish dictionary

reel

verb [I]     /riːl/
FEEL SHOCK to feel very shocked kafası karışmak, şaşırmak She was still reeling from the news of his death.Surprised
WALK to walk in a way that looks as if you are going to fall over yalpalayarak yürümek, sendeleyerek gitmek He came reeling down the street like a drunk.Moving unsteadily or with difficulty
Translations of “reel”
in Chinese (Traditional) 踉蹌, 打趔趄, 蹣跚…
in Russian быть в шоке, шататься…
in Chinese (Simplified) 踉跄, 打趔趄, 蹒跚…
in Polish nie móc się otrząsnąć, zataczać się…
(Definition of reel verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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