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Translation of "scar" - English-Turkish dictionary

scar

noun [C]
 
 
/skɑːr/
BODY B2 a permanent mark left on the body from a cut or other injury
yara izi
Skin complaints and blemishes
MIND damage done to a person's mind by a very unpleasant event or situation
(zihinde) iz, etki, tesir, yara
a psychological scar Mental and psychiatric disorders
scar verb [T] ( present participle scarring, past tense and past participle scarred) to cause a scar
yara izi bırakmak/kalmak
[often passive] He was scarred for life by the accident.Skin complaints and blemishes
Translations of “scar”
in Arabic نَدْبة…
in Korean 흉터, 상처…
in Malaysian parut…
in French cicatrice…
in Italian cicatrice, sfregio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 疤,傷疤,傷痕, 精神創傷, 外觀的破壞…
in Russian шрам, травма, глубокий след…
in Polish blizna, uraz, piętno…
in Vietnamese sẹo, vết sẹo…
in Spanish cicatriz…
in Portuguese cicatriz…
in Thai รอยแผลเป็น…
in German die Narbe…
in Catalan cicatriu…
in Japanese 傷跡…
in Indonesian parut luka…
in Chinese (Simplified) 疤,伤疤,伤痕, 精神创伤, 外观的破坏…
(Definition of scar from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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