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Translation of "silhouette" - English-Turkish dictionary

silhouette

noun [C, U]
 
 
/ˌsɪluˈet/
the shape of something when the light is behind it so that you cannot see any details
silüet, gölge görüntü
He saw a woman in silhouette.Patterns and shapesDarkness and becoming dark
silhouetted adjective
silüeti / şekli çıkmış
the roofs silhouetted against the night sky
Translations of “silhouette”
in Vietnamese chân dung, hình bóng…
in Spanish silueta…
in Thai โครงร่าง, ภาพเงา…
in Malaysian siluet, bayang…
in French silhouette…
in German die Silhouette, das Schattenbild…
in Chinese (Traditional) 剪影, 逆光黑影, 輪廓…
in Indonesian profil, siluet…
in Russian силуэт…
in Chinese (Simplified) 剪影, 逆光黑影, 轮廓…
in Polish zarys, sylwetka…
(Definition of silhouette from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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