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Translation of "slave" - English-Turkish dictionary

slave

noun     /sleɪv/
B2 [C] someone who is owned by someone else and has to work for them esir, köle, tutsak He treats his mother like a slave.Servants, slaves and underlings
be a slave to sth
to be completely controlled or influenced by something kölesi olmak; etkisi altına almak, tamamen onun kontrolünde olmak You're a slave to fashion.Controlling and being in charge
Translations of “slave”
in Arabic عَبْد…
in Korean 노예…
in Malaysian hamba abdi, hamba…
in French esclave…
in Italian schiavo, -a…
in Chinese (Traditional) 奴隸…
in Russian раб…
in Polish niewolni-k/ca…
in Vietnamese người nô lệ, người làm việc đầu tắt, mặt tối…
in Spanish esclavo, -a, trabajar como una mula…
in Portuguese escravo, -a…
in Thai ทาส, ผู้ทำงานหนัก…
in German der Sklave, die Sklavin…
in Catalan esclau, -ava…
in Japanese 奴隷…
in Indonesian budak, pekerja keras…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奴隶…
(Definition of slave noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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