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Translation of "scholarly" - English-Turkish dictionary

scholarly

adjective
 
 
/ˈskɒləli/
WRITING A scholarly article or book is a formal piece of writing by a scholar about a particular subject.
bilimsel
Knowing and learning
PERSON If someone is scholarly, they study a lot and know a lot about what they study.
bilgili, bilgince, âlimane
Experts and specialistsKnowing and learning
Translations of “scholarly”
in Korean 학자의, 학구적인…
in Arabic مُثقّف…
in Portuguese erudito…
in Catalan erudit…
in Japanese 学識のある, 学者らしい…
in Italian dotto, erudito, colto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 學術性的, 博學的,有學問的…
in Russian научный, эрудированный…
in Chinese (Simplified) 学术性的, 博学的,有学问的…
in Polish naukowy, uczony…
(Definition of scholarly from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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