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Translation of "cold" - English-Turkish dictionary

cold

noun     /kəʊld/
A2 [C] a common illness which makes you sneeze and makes your nose produce liquid soğuk algınlığı, üşütme, üşümüş, nezle I've got a cold. He caught a bad cold at school.Colds and fluFevers and infectious diseases
the cold
B1 cold weather or temperatures soğuk hava ColdSnow and ice
leave sb out in the cold
to not allow someone to be part of a group or activity birini dışarda tutmak, açıkta bırakmak, eylem/gruba dahil etmemek Excluding
Translations of “cold”
in Arabic نَزْلة بَرْد, زُكام…
in Korean 감기…
in Malaysian selsema…
in French rhume…
in Italian raffreddore…
in Chinese (Traditional) 疾病, 感冒,傷風…
in Russian простуда…
in Polish przeziębienie…
in Vietnamese cảm lạnh…
in Spanish resfriado…
in Portuguese resfriado…
in Thai ไข้หวัด…
in German die Erkältung…
in Catalan refredat…
in Japanese 風邪…
in Indonesian selesma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 疾病, 感冒,伤风…
(Definition of cold noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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