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Turkish translation of “trek”

trek

noun [C]
 
 
/trek/
a long, difficult journey that you make by walking
yaya olarak yapılan uzun dağ/kır yürüyüşü/gezisi
They started out on the long trek across the mountains.Hiking and orienteeringMoving a long way on footHiking and orienteering
trek verb [I] (present participle trekking, past tense and past participle trekked)
uzun ve zor bir yürüyüş yapmak
(Definition of trek from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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