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Turkish translation of “rest”

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rest

noun
 
 
/rest/
the rest A2 the part of something that remains, or the others that remain
kalanlar, arta kalanlar, geri kalan kısmı, diğerleri
I'm not sure I want to spend the rest of my life with him. She was slightly older than the rest of us.Things remaining
A2 [C, U] a period of time when you relax or sleep
dinlenme, istirahat
Why don't you have a rest? I must get some rest.Sleep and sleepingSpecific periods of time
come to rest to stop moving
durmak
→  See also put/set sb's mind at rest Staying and remainingWaiting
Translations of “rest”
in Korean 휴식…
in Arabic فَترة الرّاحة…
in French repos, sommeil, support…
in Italian riposo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 其他部分…
in Russian отдых…
in Polish odpoczynek…
in Spanish descanso, reposo, sueño…
in Portuguese descanso…
in German die Ruhepause, die Ruhe, die Stütze…
in Catalan descans…
in Japanese 休憩, 休息…
in Chinese (Simplified) 其他部分…
(Definition of rest noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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