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Translation of "cookie" - English-Turkish dictionary

cookie

noun [C]     /ˈkʊki/
US ( also UK biscuit) a thin, flat cake that is dry and usually sweet kurabiye, kuru pasta Food - general words
a piece of information stored on your computer which contains information about Internet documents you have looked at bakılan internet dokümanlarına ilişkin bilginin bilgisayarda saklandığı küçük bilgi Internet terminology and abbreviations
Translations of “cookie”
in Arabic بَسْكَويت (كَعْك ناشِف)…
in Korean 쿠키…
in Malaysian biskut…
in French gâteau sec…
in Italian biscotto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 餅乾, 小甜餅,曲奇餅…
in Russian печенье…
in Polish ciasteczko, herbatnik, (plik) cookie…
in Vietnamese bánh bích quy…
in Spanish galleta, bizcocho…
in Portuguese bolacha, biscoito…
in Thai คุกกี้…
in German das Plätzchen…
in Catalan galeta…
in Japanese クッキー…
in Indonesian kue…
in Chinese (Simplified) 饼干, 小甜饼,曲奇饼…
(Definition of cookie from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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