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Translation of "similar" - English-Turkish dictionary

similar

adjective     /ˈsɪmɪlər/
B1 Something which is similar to something else has many things the same, although it is not exactly the same. benzer, aynı türden The two houses are remarkably similar. The style of cooking is similar to that of Northern India. →  Opposite dissimilar Similar and the sameDescribing people with the same qualities
Translations of “similar”
in Arabic مُشابِه…
in Korean 비슷한…
in Malaysian serupa…
in French semblable…
in Italian simile, somigliante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 相似的,近似的…
in Russian похожий…
in Polish podobny…
in Vietnamese tương tự…
in Spanish similar, semejante, parecido…
in Portuguese parecido…
in Thai เหมือนกัน…
in German ähnlich…
in Catalan semblant…
in Japanese 似ている, 同じような…
in Indonesian serupa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 相似的,近似的…
(Definition of similar from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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