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wonder

noun
 
 
/ˈwʌndər/
ADMIRATION [U] surprise and admiration
hayret, şaşkınlık
The boys gazed in wonder at the shiny, red Ferrari.Feelings of surprise and amazementShowing respect and admiration
THING [C] something that makes you feel surprise or admiration
şaşılacak şey, mucize, hayranlık, hayret
[usually plural] the wonders of modern medicineFeelings of surprise and amazementShowing respect and admiration
no wonder B2 used to say that you are not surprised about something
hiç de şaşılacak şey değil, normal, doğal, tevekkeli
No wonder she failed the test if she didn't do any work.Surprised
it's a wonder (that) used to say that you are surprised about something
...mucize; şaşılacak şey
It's a wonder he's still alive.Feelings of surprise and amazementInterjectionsSounds used as interjections
(Definition of wonder noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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