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Turkish translation of “standby”

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standby

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈstændbaɪ/ ( plural standbys)
someone or something extra that is ready to be used if needed
yedek, yedekte olan kimse/nesne; stok
We kept our old TV as a standby in case the new one broke.Keeping and storing things
be on standby to be ready to do something or to be used if needed
yedekte olmak, yedek olmak
Police were on standby in case there was any trouble after the game.Keeping and storing things
(Definition of standby from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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