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Translation of "shadow" - English-Turkish dictionary

shadow

verb [T]
 
 
/ˈʃædəʊ/
to follow someone secretly in order to see where they go and what they do
izlemek, gölge gibi takip etmek
[often passive] He was being shadowed by a private detective.Pursuing
Translations of “shadow”
in Arabic يَتعَقّب خِلسة…
in Korean 미행하다, 그림자처럼 따라다니다…
in Malaysian mengekori…
in French filer qqn…
in Italian pedinare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 跟隨, 尾隨, 跟蹤…
in Russian тайно следить…
in Polish śledzić…
in Vietnamese theo dõi…
in Spanish seguir la pista…
in Portuguese seguir como uma sombra…
in Thai ติดตามอย่างลับ ๆ…
in German beschatten…
in Catalan seguir i vigilar d’amagat…
in Japanese ~を尾行する…
in Indonesian membayangi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 跟随, 尾随, 跟踪…
(Definition of shadow verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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