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Turkish translation of “seed”

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seed

noun
 
 
/siːd/
B2 [C, U] a small round or oval object produced by a plant that a new plant can grow from
tohum, çekirdek
Sow the seeds (= plant them) near the surface.Fruits and seeds and their partsFarming - general wordsGardening - general words
(the) seeds of sth the beginning of something
çekirdeği, başlangıcı, esası, özü
the seeds of hope/change →  See also sesame seed Beginnings and starts
Translations of “seed”
in Korean 씨앗…
in Arabic بِذْرة…
in French graine, germe, tête de série…
in Italian seme…
in Chinese (Traditional) 植物, 種子, 根源…
in Russian семечко…
in Polish nasienie, ziarno…
in Spanish semilla, pizca, punta…
in Portuguese semente…
in German der Samen, der Keim, gesetzt…
in Catalan llavor…
in Japanese 種, 種子…
in Chinese (Simplified) 植物, 种子, 根源…
(Definition of seed noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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