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Turkish translation of “war”

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war

noun
 
 
/wɔːr/
FIGHTING [C, U] A2 fighting, using soldiers and weapons, between two or more countries, or two or more groups inside a country
harp, savaş
They've been at war for the past five years. He was only a child when the war broke out (= started). If this country goes to war (= starts to fight in a war), thousands of people will die.War
COMPETING [C, U] when two or more groups are trying to be more successful than each other
savaş, kavga, mücadele
a price war between supermarketsCompeting and contending (non-sporting)Competing in sportBusiness and commerce - general words
TO STOP [no plural] an attempt to stop something bad or illegal
mücadele, çaba, savaş, teşebbüs
the war against crime/drugs →  See also civil war , prisoner of war , world war Preventing and impedingLimiting and restricting
Translations of “war”
in Korean 전쟁…
in Arabic حَرْب…
in French (de) guerre…
in Italian guerra…
in Chinese (Traditional) (國家或群體之間的)戰爭, 爭奪,競爭…
in Russian война, борьба, соперничество…
in Polish wojna, walka…
in Spanish guerra…
in Portuguese guerra…
in German der Krieg, Kriegs-……
in Catalan guerra…
in Japanese 戦争…
in Chinese (Simplified) (国家或群体之间的)战争, 争夺,竞争…
(Definition of war from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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