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Translation of "creative" - English-Turkish dictionary

creative

adjective
 
 
/kriˈeɪtɪv/
B1 good at thinking of new ideas or using imagination to create new and unusual things
yaratıcı
Her book is full of creative ways to decorate your home.Inventing, designing and innovationCreating and producing
creatively adverb B2
yaratıcı bir şekilde
creativity
 
 
/ˌkriːeɪˈtɪvəti/ noun [U]
B2 the ability to produce new ideas or things using skill and imagination
yaratıcılık
Inventing, designing and innovationCreating and producing
Translations of “creative”
in Korean 창의적인…
in Arabic مُبْدِع…
in Portuguese criativo…
in Catalan creatiu, innovador…
in Japanese 独創的な…
in Italian creativo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有創造力的, 創造性的, 有創意的…
in Russian творческий…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有创造力的, 创造性的, 有创意的…
in Polish twórczy…
(Definition of creative from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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