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Translation of "sling" - English-Turkish dictionary

sling

noun [C]     /slɪŋ/
ARM a piece of cloth that you wear around your neck and put your arm into to support it when it is injured askı, kol askısı Medical dressings, supports and devices
CARRY a piece of cloth or a strap that you tie around your body to carry things in askılı çanta, askı, bel çantası She had her baby in a sling.Containers for carrying personal possessionsBaby clothes and equipment
(Definition of sling noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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