career noun translation to Turkish: Cambridge Dictionary
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Translation of "career" - English-Turkish dictionary

career

noun [C]
 
 
/kəˈrɪər/
JOB B1 a job that you do for a long period of your life and that gives you the chance to move to a higher position and earn more money
meslek, iş
a successful career in marketingJobs, careers and professionsWorking
TIME the time that you spend doing a particular job
meslek yaşamı
She began her acting career in TV commercials.Specific periods of timeWorking hours and periods of workWork, working and the workplace
Translations of “career”
in Arabic مِهْنة…
in Korean 직업, 경력…
in Malaysian profession, perkhidmatan…
in French carrière…
in Italian carriera…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生涯,職業, 事業…
in Russian карьера…
in Polish kariera…
in Vietnamese nghề nghiệp, sự nghiệp…
in Spanish carrera…
in Portuguese carreira…
in Thai อาชีพ, ช่วงเวลา, ความก้าวหน้า…
in German die Karriere, die Laufbahn…
in Catalan carrera…
in Japanese (一生の仕事としての)職業…
in Indonesian karier, arah…
in Chinese (Simplified) 生涯,职业, 事业…
(Definition of career noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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