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Turkish translation of “anchor”

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anchor

verb
 
 
/ˈæŋkər/
BOAT [I, T] to stop a boat from moving by dropping a heavy metal object into the water
demir atmak, demirlemek, çıpayı suya indirmek
Ports and docks
FASTEN [T] to make something or someone stay in one position by fastening them firmly
bir şeyin, birinin bir yerde sabit durmasını sağlamak
We anchored ourselves to the rocks with a rope.Fastening and tying
PROGRAMME [T] US to read the news or announcements on television or radio as your job
televizyon veya radyoda haber bültenlerini sunmak
Radio and television presenters
(Definition of anchor verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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