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Translation of "crisp" - English-Turkish dictionary

crisp

adjective     /krɪsp/
FOOD
Crisp food is pleasantly hard. gevrek, çıtır çıtır a crisp apple crisp pastryHard and firmVarious qualities of food
MATERIAL
Crisp cloth or paper money is clean and looks new, with no folds. tertemiz, hiç kullanılmamış, yepyeni, gıcır gıcır a crisp linen shirtNewModern and fashionableHard and firm
WEATHER
Crisp weather is pleasantly cold and dry. kuru ve soğuk hava, ayaz a crisp autumn dayColdSnow and iceCool
QUICK
A crisp way of talking or behaving is quick and confident. kendinden emin ve hızlı konuşma biçimi Not saying muchBlunt and direct in speech and behaviourNot being friendlyDigressing and being indirect or evasive
IMAGE
A crisp image is very clear. açık seçik ve net görüntü, görünüşü olan Apparent and obviousVisible
(Definition of crisp adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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