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centre

noun UK ( US center)
 
 
/ˈsentər/
MIDDLE [C] A2 the middle point or part of something
ortası, merkezi
She stood in the centre of the room. Cars are not allowed in the town centre.Centres of objects
PLACE [C] A2 a place or a building used for a particular activity
merkez, belli bir işlev için kullanılan merkez
a health/advice centre a centre for the homelessPublic buildings
BUSINESS [C] a place where a lot of a particular activity or business takes place
iş merkezi
an industrial centrePublic buildings
POLITICAL [no plural] ( also the centre) a political position with opinions that are not extreme
siyasette orta çizgi
His political views are left of centre.Political movements and groups
be the centre of attention to receive more attention than anyone or anything else
ilgi odağı olmak, heresin ilgisini çekmek
→  See also community centre , garden centre , shopping centre Attention-seeking, distracting and showing off
(Definition of centre noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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