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swim

verb
 
 
/swɪm/ ( present participle swimming, past tense swam, past participle swum)
THROUGH WATER [I, T] A1 to move through water by moving your body
yüzmek
I learnt to swim when I was about 5 years old. I swim thirty lengths of the pool most mornings. SwimmingMovement on or through water
HEAD [I] If your head swims, you feel confused and are unable to see or think clearly.
başı dönmek, fırıl fırıl dönmek
Losing consciousnessConfusion, confusing and feeling confused
SEEM TO MOVE [I] to seem to move about
hareket ediyor gibi gözükmek; zemin ayaklarının altından kayıyor gibi gelmek; başı dönmek
I got up suddenly and the room started swimming.Revolving, rotating and spinning
swimming noun [U] A2
yüzme
I usually go swimming about twice a week.
swimmer noun [C] B1
yüzücü
I'm not a very strong swimmer.
Translations of “swim”
in Korean 수영하다…
in Arabic يَسْبَح…
in French nager, tourner…
in Italian nuotare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 在水中移動, 游泳,游水…
in Russian плавать, плыть, чувствовать головокружение…
in Polish pływać, płynąć, kręcić się…
in Spanish nadar, dar vueltas…
in Portuguese nadar…
in German schwimmen…
in Catalan nedar…
in Japanese 泳ぐ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 在水中移动, 游泳,游水…
(Definition of swim verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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