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Translation of "birth" - English-Turkish dictionary

birth

noun     /bɜːθ/
give birth B2 When a woman or an animal gives birth, she produces a baby from her body. doğum yapmak She gave birth to twins.BirthPregnancy
TIME [C, U] B1 the time when a baby is born doğum a difficult birth Write your date of birth (= the date when you were born) here.BirthPregnancy
BEGINNING [U] literary the beginning of something bir şeyin doğuşu, ortaya çıkışı the birth of modern scienceBeginnings and starts
American/Italian, etc by birth born in a particular place or having parents with a particular nationality Amerika/İtalya vb. doğumlu BirthPregnancy
(Definition of birth from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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