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Translation of "trace" - English-Turkish dictionary

trace

verb [T]     /treɪs/
FIND
to find someone or something that was lost izini bulmak, ortaya çıkarmak Police have so far failed to trace the missing woman.Pursuing
ORIGIN
to find the origin of something kökenini/aslını bulmak She's traced her family back to the sixteenth century. They were able to trace the call (= find out the number of the telephone used).Finding and discovering
DEVELOPMENT
to describe the way something has developed over time izini sürmek; izini sürerek bir şeyin gelişimini anlatmak The book traces the development of women's art since the start of the century.Describing and telling stories
COPY
to copy a picture by putting transparent paper on top and following the outer line of the picture with a pen kopyasını çıkarmak tracing paperPainting, drawing and printing
(Definition of trace verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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