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Turkish translation of “chair”

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chair

noun [C]
 
 
/tʃeər/
FURNITURE A1 a seat for one person, with a back, usually four legs, and sometimes two arms
sandalye
Chairs and seats
MEETING someone who controls a meeting or organization
oturum başkanı
[usually singular] All questions should be addressed to the chair.Position and status in groups and organizations
UNIVERSITY a very important position in a university department, or the person who has this position
üniversitede önemli bir görev, bölüm başkanı
→  See also the electric chair University and college education
Translations of “chair”
in Korean 의자…
in Arabic كُرْسي…
in French chaise, présidence, chaire…
in Italian sedia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 傢俱, 椅子…
in Russian стул, председательствующий, кафедра…
in Polish krzesło, przewodnicząc-y/a, katedra…
in Spanish silla, presidencia, cátedra…
in Portuguese cadeira…
in German der Stuhl, der Vorsitz, der Lehrstuhl…
in Catalan cadira…
in Japanese いす…
in Chinese (Simplified) 家具, 椅子…
(Definition of chair noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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