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Translation of "shield" - English-Turkish dictionary

shield

verb [T]     /ʃiːld/
to protect someone or something from something dangerous or unpleasant korumak, siper olmak to shield your eyes from the sunDefending and protectingBacking, supporting and defendingPreserving and saving
Translations of “shield”
in Arabic يَحْمي…
in Korean -를 막다…
in Malaysian melindungi…
in French protéger, cacher…
in Italian proteggere, riparare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 保護…
in Russian защищать, прикрывать…
in Polish osłaniać…
in Vietnamese bảo vệ, che chở, chắn…
in Spanish placa, proteger…
in Portuguese proteger…
in Thai ป้องกัน, ซ่อน…
in German beschützen, abschirmen…
in Catalan protegir…
in Japanese ~を保護する, かばう…
in Indonesian melindungi, menyembuyikan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 保护…
(Definition of shield verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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