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Turkish translation of “character”

character

noun
 
 
/ˈkærəktər/
QUALITIES [C, U] B1 the combination of qualities and personality that makes one person or thing different from others
karakter, şahsiyet, kişilik
It's not in her character to be jealous (= she would not usually be jealous). It would be very out of character (= not typical) of her to lie. The character of the village has changed since the road was built.Mind and personalityScience of psychology and psychoanalysis
STORY [C] B1 a person in a book, film, etc
kitap, film vs. de karakter, asıl kişi
a cartoon characterCasting, roles and scriptsCharacters in literature and film
GOOD QUALITIES [U] B2 qualities that are interesting or unusual
ilginç ve sıradışı özellikler
a hotel of characterExceptional qualities, things and peopleExcitement, interest, energy and enthusiasm
PERSON [C] informal a particular kind of person
bir tür insan, karakter, vasıf
an unpleasant characterMind and personalityScience of psychology and psychoanalysis
INTERESTING PERSON [C] an interesting or funny person whose behaviour is different from most people's
farklı özelliği/vasfı olan kişi, şahıs
Your granny's a real character.Exceptional qualities, things and people
WRITING [C] a letter, sign, or number that you use when you are writing or printing
yazıda kullanılan işaret, harf ve rakamların tümü
Chinese charactersLetters of alphabetsLettering and alphabetsPrinting and word processing
(Definition of character from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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