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Turkish translation of “whistle”

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whistle

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈwɪsl/
INSTRUMENT B2 a small, simple instrument that makes a high sound when you blow through it
düdük
The referee blew the whistle to end the game.Playing musicSinging in general
SOUND the sound made by someone or something whistling
ıslık, ıslık sesi
Sounds made by humans with their mouths
Translations of “whistle”
in Korean 휘파람, 휘파람 소리…
in Arabic صَفّارة, صَفير…
in French pipeau, sifflet…
in Italian fischio, fischietto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 哨子聲, 口哨聲, 呼嘯聲…
in Russian свисток, свист…
in Polish gwizdek, gwizd, świst…
in Spanish silbato, pito…
in Portuguese apito, assobio…
in German die Pfeife…
in Catalan xiulet…
in Japanese 笛, ホイッスル, 口笛の音…
in Chinese (Simplified) 哨子声, 口哨声, 呼啸声…
(Definition of whistle noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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