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repair

noun     /rɪˈpeər/
B1 [C, U] something that you do to fix something that is broken or damaged tamirat, onarım, bakım onarım [usually plural] The repairs cost me £150.Correcting and mendingEditing and compiling
be in good/bad repair
to be in good/bad condition iyi/kötü/fena hâlde/tamir ister durumda olmak Conditions and characteristics
Translations of “repair”
in Arabic تَصْليح…
in Korean 수리…
in Malaysian keadaan…
in French état…
in Italian riparazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 修理, 修補, 修繕…
in Russian ремонт…
in Polish naprawa…
in Vietnamese tình trạng…
in Spanish estado…
in Portuguese conserto…
in Thai สภาพ, สภาวะ…
in German der Zustand…
in Catalan reparació…
in Japanese 修理, 修繕…
in Indonesian keadaan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 修理, 修补, 修缮…
(Definition of repair noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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