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Turkish translation of “plane”

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plane

noun [C]
 
 
/pleɪn/
FLYING A1 a vehicle that flies and has an engine and wings
uçak
What time does her plane get in (= arrive)? He likes to watch the planes taking off and landing. a plane crashFixed-wing aircraft and helicopters
TOOL a tool that you use to make wood smooth
plânya; büyük elektrikli rende aleti
ToolsGardening tools
SURFACE in mathematics, a flat surface
(matematik) düz, düzey
Parts of geometrical shapes
Translations of “plane”
in Korean 비행기, 대패…
in Arabic طائرة, مِسحاج, فارة…
in French avion, plan, niveau…
in Italian aereo, pialla…
in Chinese (Traditional) 航空器, 飛機…
in Russian самолет, рубанок, плоскость…
in Polish samolot, hebel, strug…
in Spanish avión, nivel, plano…
in Portuguese avião, plaina…
in German das Flugzeug, die Ebene…
in Catalan avió, ribot…
in Japanese 飛行機, かんな…
in Chinese (Simplified) 航空器, 飞机…
(Definition of plane noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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