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Translation of "west, West" - English-Turkish dictionary

west, West

noun [U]
 
 
/west/
A2 the direction that you face to see the sun go down
batı, Batı yönü
Points of the compassDirection of motion
the west A2 the part of an area that is further towards the west than the rest
batısı, batıya, batı taraf, batı bölge
Parts of countries
the West B2 the countries of North America and western Europe
Kuzey Amerika ve batı Avrupa ülkeleri
Continents and regions of the worldCountry namesCountry and nation
west adjective A2
batı
the west coast of Ireland
west adverb A2 towards the west
batıya doğru
They lived in a village four miles west of Oxford.Points of the compassDirection of motion
Translations of “west, West”
in Russian запад…
in Polish zachód…
(Definition of west, West from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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