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Turkish translation of “voracious”

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voracious

adjective
 
 
/vəˈreɪʃəs/
wanting to do something a lot, especially wanting to eat a lot of food
doymak bilmez, pis boğaz, obur
She has a voracious appetite. a voracious reader of historical novelsHungry and thirstyExcited, interested and enthusiasticGreedy
voraciously adverb
aç gözlü bir biçimde
voracity
 
 
/vəˈræsəti/ noun [U]
oburluk
Translations of “voracious”
in Chinese (Traditional) 饑渴的, 渴求的, (尤指)貪吃的…
in Russian ненасытный, жадный…
in Chinese (Simplified) 饥渴的, 渴求的, (尤指)贪吃的…
in Polish żarłoczny, zachłanny…
(Definition of voracious from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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