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Turkish translation of “confession”

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confession

noun [C, U]
 
 
/kənˈfeʃən/
ADMIT YOU ARE GUILTY B2 when you admit that you have done something wrong or illegal
itiraf
Sutcliffe has made a full confession to the police.Admitting and confessingGuilty
RELIGION when someone tells a priest all the wrong things they have done
günah çıkarma
to go to confessionAdmitting and confessingSinReligious practices
Translations of “confession”
in Korean 고백…
in Arabic اعْتِراف…
in Portuguese confissão…
in Catalan confessió…
in Japanese 告白, 自白…
in Italian confessione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 坦白, 供認,招認, 承認…
in Russian признание, исповедь…
in Chinese (Simplified) 坦白, 供认,招认, 承认…
in Polish przyznanie się, spowiedź…
(Definition of confession from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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