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silver

noun
 
 
/ˈsɪlvər/
METAL [U] A2 a valuable, shiny, grey-white metal used to make coins and jewellery (symbol Ag)
gümüş
silver and gold a solid silver ringMetals and metalworkingChemical elements
OBJECTS [U] objects made of silver
gümüş eşyalar
Metals and metalworkingChemical elements
PRIZE [C] a silver medal (= a small, round disc given to someone for finishing second in a race or competition)
gümüş madalya
Prizes, rewards and medals
Translations of “silver”
in Arabic فِضّة…
in Korean 은…
in Malaysian perak, barangan perak…
in French argent, argenterie…
in Italian argento…
in Chinese (Traditional) 銀,銀子, 銀牌…
in Russian серебро, серебряные изделия, серебряная медаль…
in Polish srebro, srebra…
in Vietnamese bạc, đồ dùng bằng bạc…
in Spanish plata…
in Portuguese prata…
in Thai ธาตุเงิน, เครื่องเงิน…
in German das Silber…
in Catalan plata…
in Japanese 銀…
in Indonesian perak, perabotan perak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 银,银子, 银牌…
(Definition of silver noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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