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Translation of "zone" - English-Turkish dictionary

zone

noun [C]
 
 
/zəʊn/
B1 an area where a particular thing happens
bölge, yer, mahal
a war zone a nuclear-free zone →  See also buffer zone Areas of land in generalSpace - general wordsSpace - general wordsAreas of land in general
Translations of “zone”
in Arabic مَنطِقة…
in Korean 지역, 지구…
in Malaysian zon…
in French zone…
in Italian zona…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指有不同特徵或用途的)地帶,地區, (地球的)氣候帶…
in Russian зона…
in Polish strefa…
in Vietnamese vùng, khu, đới…
in Spanish zona…
in Portuguese zona…
in Thai พื้นที่, แถบ, เขต…
in German die Zone…
in Catalan zona…
in Japanese 地帯, 区域…
in Indonesian zona…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指有不同特征或用途的)地带,地区, (地球的)气候带…
(Definition of zone from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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