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Translation of "rut" - English-Turkish dictionary

rut

noun     /rʌt/
in a rut
in a bad situation where you do the same things all the time, or where it is impossible to make progress dar bir çevreye sıkışıp kalmış; sürekli kendini tekrar eden; hiç bir gelişme gösteremeyen He seems to be stuck in a rut at the moment.Bore and bored
[C] a deep, narrow mark in the ground made by a wheel tekerlek izi Rough, irregular and unevenHoles, hollows and dips
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