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Translation of "research" - English-Turkish dictionary

research

noun [U]     /rɪˈsɜːtʃ/
B1 when someone studies a subject in detail in order to discover new information araştırma, inceleme, tetkik research into language development They are doing research into the effects of passive smoking. a research project →  See also market research Testing, checking and experimenting
Translations of “research”
in Arabic بَحْث…
in Korean 연구, 조사…
in Malaysian kajian…
in French (de) recherche…
in Italian ricerca, ricerche…
in Chinese (Traditional) 研究, 調查, 探索…
in Russian исследование…
in Polish badania (naukowe)…
in Vietnamese cuộc nghiên cứu…
in Spanish investigación…
in Portuguese pesquisa…
in Thai การวิจัย…
in German die Forschung, Forschungs-……
in Catalan investigació…
in Japanese 調査, 研究, リサーチ…
in Indonesian penelitian…
in Chinese (Simplified) 研究, 调查, 探索…
(Definition of research noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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