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Turkish translation of “wake”

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wake

noun
 
 
/weɪk/
in the wake of sth after something has happened, and often because it has happened
...dan/den hemen sonra; ...ın/in hemen ardından/peşinden
Airport security was extra tight in the wake of last week's bomb attacks.Before, after and alreadyAfter and behind
SHIP [C] the waves behind a moving ship
geminin arkasında kalan dalgalar/iz/dümen suyu
Boats in general
FUNERAL [C] when people come together to remember someone who has recently died
yakın zamanda ölen birinin ardından yasını tutmak için bir araya gelme
FuneralsRemembering people who have died
Translations of “wake”
in Spanish estela…
in French sillage…
in German das Kielwasser…
in Chinese (Traditional) 水, (航行的船隻等留下的)尾流,航跡…
in Russian кильватер, поминки…
in Chinese (Simplified) 水, (航行的船只等留下的)尾流,航迹…
in Polish kilwater, stypa…
(Definition of wake noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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