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Translation of "substance" - English-Turkish dictionary

substance

noun     /ˈsʌbstəns/
MATERIAL [C]
B2 a solid, liquid, or gas madde, cisim a dangerous substance illegal substances (= illegal drugs) The state of matter
TRUTH [U]
truth or importance gerçek ve önemlilik, değer, anlam There's no substance to the allegations.ImportanceUseful or advantageous
the substance of sth
the most important part of what someone has said or written özü, esası, ana fikir, hülâsa Meaning and significanceTypifying, illustrating and exemplifying
Translations of “substance”
in Arabic مادّة…
in Korean 물질…
in Malaysian bahan, unsur…
in French substance…
in Italian sostanza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 材料, 物質…
in Russian вещество, правда, значение…
in Polish substancja, prawda, znaczenie…
in Vietnamese loại vật chất nào đó, chất…
in Spanish sustancia…
in Portuguese substância…
in Thai สาร, สสาร…
in German die Substanz…
in Catalan substància…
in Japanese 物質…
in Indonesian bahan, unsur…
in Chinese (Simplified) 材料, 物质…
(Definition of substance from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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