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Turkish translation of “rule”

rule

noun
 
 
/ruːl/
INSTRUCTION [C] B1 an official instruction about what you must or must not do
kural, kaide, talimat, nizam
to break (= not obey) the rules. to obey/follow the rules You can't smoke at school, it's against the rules (= not allowed).Rules and laws
LEADER [U] when someone is in control of a country
yönetme, idare, yönetim, egemenlik
military rule There have been reports of immense human suffering under his rule.Ruling and governing
USUAL WAY [no plural] B2 the usual way something is
âdet, yerleşmiş ilke, kural, kaide
an exception to the rule Workers in the North are, as a rule, paid less than those in the South.Habitual and customary
PRINCIPLE [C] B1 a principle of a system, such as a language or science
(dil, ilim) kural, usül, esas
the rules of grammarIdeas, concepts and theories
→ See also ground rules, a rule of thumb, bend/stretch the rules
(Definition of rule noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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