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Turkish translation of “tart”

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noun [C]
FOOD an open pastry case with a sweet filling, often of fruit
turta, reçelli/meyveli pasta
an apple tartPastry and pies
WOMAN UK very informal a woman who dresses or behaves in a way to attract a lot of attention from men
erkeklerin dikkatini çekmek için giyinen kadın; şuh/çekici kadın
Kinds of womenMen and womenPeople who sell sex or are promiscuous
Translations of “tart”
in Korean 타트…
in Arabic تورتَه…
in French tarte, putain…
in Italian torta, crostata…
in Chinese (Traditional) 食品, 果餡餅…
in Russian пирог (с фруктами или вареньем), вульгарная женщина…
in Polish babeczka, tarta, dziwka…
in Spanish tarta, pastel, fulana…
in Portuguese torta…
in German der Obstkuchen, die Nutte…
in Catalan pastís…
in Japanese タルト(菓子)…
in Chinese (Simplified) 食品, 果馅饼…
(Definition of tart noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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