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Translation of "body" - English-Turkish dictionary

body

noun     /ˈbɒdi/
PERSON [C]
A1 the whole physical structure of a person or animal beden, vücut the human body The bodyObjects - general words
DEAD [C]
A2 a dead person ceset Police found the body in a field.Death and dying
NOT ARMS/LEGS [C]
B1 the main part of a person or animal's body, not the head, arms, or legs gövde a dog with a thin body and short legsThe body
GROUP [group]
an official group of people who work together beraber çalışan bir grup insan, kurul the sport's regulatory bodySocieties, clubs and organizations
MAIN PART [no plural]
the main part of something esas bölüm, gövde The body of the book is about his childhood.Words meaning parts of things
AMOUNT [no plural]
a large amount of information ana bölüm, bilginin en büyük bölümü a body of research into AIDSGeneral words for size and amount
VEHICLE [C]
the main part of a vehicle gövde, kaborta The body of the ship was not damaged.The exterior of vehiclesParts of aeroplanesWords meaning parts of things
(Definition of body from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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