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Translation of "policy" - English-Turkish dictionary

policy

noun
 
 
/ˈpɒləsi/
IDEAS/PLAN [C, U] B2 a set of ideas or a plan of what to do in particular situations that has been agreed by a government, business, etc
siyaset, politika, tutum, hareket tarzı
foreign policy It is company policy to help staff progress in their careers.Plans and arrangements
AGREEMENT [C] an agreement that you have with an insurance company (= company that pays the costs if you are injured, etc)
poliçe, sigorta senedi
Insurance
Translations of “policy”
in Arabic سياسة, خُطّة…
in Korean 정책…
in Malaysian dasar…
in French politique…
in Italian politica, strategia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 計劃, 政策,方針,策略…
in Russian политика, страховой полис…
in Polish polityka, polisa…
in Vietnamese chính sách…
in Spanish política…
in Portuguese política…
in Thai นโยบาย…
in German die Politik…
in Catalan política…
in Japanese 方針, 政策, ポリシー…
in Indonesian kebijaksanaan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 计划, 政策,方针,策略…
(Definition of policy from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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