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region

noun
 
 
/ˈriːdʒən/
COUNTRY [C] B1 a particular area in a country or the world
bölge, yöre
China's coastal regionParts of countriesAreas of land in generalSpace - general words
BODY [C] an area of the body
(vücut) bölge, kısım
pain in the lower abdominal regionThe body
in the region of sth approximately
civarında, aşağı yukarı, takriben, kadar
It probably cost somewhere in the region of £900.Approximate
Translations of “region”
in Arabic مَنْطِقة, إقْليم…
in Korean (특정한) 지역…
in Malaysian rantau, wilayah…
in French région…
in Italian regione, zona…
in Chinese (Traditional) 區域,地區, (身體)部位, (國家的)行政區…
in Russian регион, область, район…
in Polish rejon, okolica, region…
in Vietnamese vùng…
in Spanish región…
in Portuguese região…
in Thai ภูมิภาค…
in German die Region…
in Catalan regió…
in Japanese 地域, 地方…
in Indonesian kawasan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 区域,地区, (身体)部位, (国家的)行政区…
(Definition of region from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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