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Translation of "appearance" - English-Turkish dictionary

appearance

noun     /əˈpɪərəns/
IN PUBLIC [C]
B2 an occasion when someone appears in public toplumda görünen a television/public appearance He made two appearances during his brief visit.Appearing and disappearing
WAY YOU LOOK [no plural]
B1 the way a person or thing looks görüntü, görünüm She's very concerned with her appearance.Personal hygiene and appearance - general wordsCleaning generally
ARRIVAL [no plural]
when you arrive somewhere or can be seen somewhere gözükme, görünen Her appearance at the party was a surprise. →  Opposite disappearance Appearing and disappearing
BECOMING AVAILABLE [no plural]
B2 when something starts to exist or becomes available ortaya çıkma, gözükmeye başlama The appearance of new products on the market has increased competition.PresentAvailable and accessibleUnavailable and inaccessible
(Definition of appearance from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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