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resident

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈrezɪdənt/
PERSON B2 someone who lives in a particular place
sakin, oturan/yaşayan kişi, yerli
complaints from local residents People who live or settle somewhere
DOCTOR US a doctor who is working in a hospital to get extra training in a particular area of medicine
ihtisas yapan hekim
Occupations and tradesDoctors and health workers generallyStudents and pupils
Translations of “resident”
in Arabic ساكِن, مُقيم…
in Korean 거주자…
in Malaysian penduduk…
in French habitant/-ante…
in Italian residente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 住戶, 居民…
in Russian житель, ординатор…
in Polish mieszka-niec/nka, (lekarz) stażysta, stażystka…
in Vietnamese cư dân…
in Spanish habitante…
in Portuguese residente, morador, -ora…
in Thai ผู้พักอาศัย…
in German der/die Einwohner(in)…
in Catalan resident, veí, veïna…
in Japanese 住人, 居住者…
in Indonesian penduduk…
in Chinese (Simplified) 住户, 居民…
(Definition of resident noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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