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Translation of "separate" - English-Turkish dictionary

separate

adjective
 
 
/ˈsepərət/
NOT JOINED B1 not joined or touching anything else
ayrı, ayrılmış, müstakil
a separate compartment I try to keep meat separate from other food.Separateness and isolation in spaceAlone
NOT AFFECTING B2 not affecting or related to each other
etkilenmeyen, ayrı
I've asked him to turn his music down on three separate occasions. I have my professional life and my private life and I try to keep them separate.Separateness and isolation in spaceAloneParticular and individual
DIFFERENT B1 different
ayrı, farklı, değişik
Use a separate sheet of paper.Different and difference
separately adverb B2
ayrı bir şekilde
(Definition of separate adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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