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Turkish translation of “scout”

scout

noun
 
 
/skaʊt/
MEMBER [C] ( also Boy Scout) a member of an organization for young people which teaches them practical skills and encourages them to be good members of society
izci
Societies, clubs and organizations
the Scouts an organization for young people which teaches them practical skills and encourages them to be good members of society
izcilik teşkilatı
Societies, clubs and organizations
MUSIC/SPORT [C] someone whose job is to find good musicians, sports people, etc to join an organization
organizatör
a talent scout Occupations and tradesRecruiting staff, applying for and accepting jobs
(Definition of scout noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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