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Translation of "sister" - English-Turkish dictionary

sister

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈsɪstər/
RELATIVE A1 a girl or woman who has the same parents as you
kız kardeş
an older/younger sister my big/little sisterFamily relations in general
RELIGION ( also Sister) a nun (= woman who lives in a female religious group)
rahibe, hemşire
Sister BridgetMonks and nuns
NURSE ( also Sister) a female nurse in the UK who is responsible for a hospital ward (= an area of a hospital containing beds for ill people)
hemşire
Doctors and health workers generally
MEMBER a woman who is a member of the same race, religious group, organization, etc
kardeş, hemşire; aynı kuruluşun/dini örgütün/kurumun vs. üyesi bayan
Kinds of womenMen and womenPosition and status in groups and organizations
(Definition of sister from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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