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Translation of "adverb" - English-Turkish dictionary

adverb

noun [C]     /ˈædvɜːb/
A2 a word that describes or gives more information about a verb, adjective, phrase, or other adverb. In the sentences 'He ate quickly.' and 'It was extremely good.', 'quickly' and 'extremely' are both adverbs. zarf Parts of speech
Translations of “adverb”
in Arabic ظَرْف…
in Korean 부사…
in Malaysian adverb…
in French adverbe…
in Italian avverbio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 副詞…
in Russian наречие…
in Polish przysłówek…
in Vietnamese phó từ…
in Spanish adverbio…
in Portuguese advérbio…
in Thai คำวิเศษณ์, คำกริยาวิเศษณ์…
in German das Adverb…
in Catalan adverbi…
in Japanese (文法)副詞…
in Indonesian adverbia…
in Chinese (Simplified) 副词…
(Definition of adverb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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