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Translation of "breast" - English-Turkish dictionary

breast

noun
 
 
/brest/
WOMAN [C] B1 one of the two soft, round parts on a woman's chest
göğüs, meme
The breastThe human torso
BIRD [C, U] the front part of a bird's body, or the meat from this area
kuşların göğüs kısmı
chicken breastThe breast
Translations of “breast”
in Arabic ثَدي, نَهْد, لَحم الصدْر…
in Korean 가슴, 가슴살…
in Malaysian buah dada, dada…
in French sein, poitrine…
in Italian seno, petto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 女性, 乳房…
in Russian грудь, грудка…
in Polish pierś…
in Vietnamese vú, ngực…
in Spanish pecho, seno, mama…
in Portuguese seio, peito…
in Thai เต้านมผู้หญิง, หน้าอก…
in German die Brust…
in Catalan pit…
in Japanese (女性の)胸, 乳房, (鶏などの)胸肉…
in Indonesian payudara, dada…
in Chinese (Simplified) 女性, 乳房…
(Definition of breast from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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