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Turkish translation of “abstract”

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abstract

adjective
 
 
/ˈæbstrækt/
NOT REAL B2 relating to ideas and not real things
soyut
an abstract concept Difficult to understandComplicated and difficult to doPuzzle and confuseIdeas, concepts and theories
ART B2 Abstract art involves shapes and colours and not images of real things or people.
gerçek nesne ve kişilerin imgelerinden çok renk ve şekilleri içeren soyut sanat
SculptureArtistic styles and genresDifficult to understandComplicated and difficult to doPuzzle and confuse
Translations of “abstract”
in Korean 추상적인…
in Arabic مُجرّد, تَجريدي…
in French abstrait…
in Italian astratto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 籠統的, 抽象的, 純理論的,純概念的…
in Russian абстрактный…
in Polish abstrakcyjny…
in Spanish abstracto…
in Portuguese abstrato…
in German abstrakt…
in Catalan abstracte…
in Japanese 理論的な, 概念的な, (絵などが)抽象的な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 笼统的, 抽象的, 纯理论的,纯概念的…
(Definition of abstract from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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