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Turkish translation of “world”

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world

noun
 
 
/wɜːld/
the world A1 the Earth and all the people, places, and things on it
dünya
Everest is the highest mountain in the world. She's travelled all over the world.Something, anything, nothing, and everythingThe Earth and outer space - general words
B1 [C] the people and things that are involved in a particular activity or subject
dünya, âlem
[usually singular] the entertainment world the world of politicsTopics and areas of interestGroups of people
the developing/industrialized/Western, etc world a particular area of the Earth
gelişen/endüstrileşmiş/Batı vb. dünyası
Continents and regions of the worldCountry namesCountry and nation
the plant/animal, etc world plants/animals, etc as a group
bitki/hayvan vb. dünyası
Groups and collections of thingsVariety and mixtures
your world A2 your life and experiences
yaşam ve deneyimler
His whole world fell apart when she left.Lifestyles and their studyExisting and being
→  See also have the best of both worlds , not be the end of the world , the Old World , the outside world , the Third World , be on top of the world , do sb a/the world of good , be out of this world , think the world of sb , the whole world
Translations of “world”
in Korean (특정 분야와 관련하여)-세계…
in Arabic عالَم…
in French monde, le plus grand bien…
in Italian mondo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 群體/地區, 領域, 界…
in Russian мир, сфера…
in Polish świat…
in Spanish mundo, inmenso…
in Portuguese mundo…
in German die Welt, eine Unmenge…
in Catalan món…
in Japanese (特定の分野の)世界, ~界…
in Chinese (Simplified) 群体/地区, 领域, 界…
(Definition of world noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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