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Turkish translation of “dead”

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dead

adverb
 
 
/ded/
C1 informal extremely or completely
son derece, tamamen, korkunç, oldukça
UK The exam was dead easy. US His advice was dead wrong.Complete and wholeVery and extreme
be dead set against sth/doing sth C1 to oppose something strongly
bir şeye kesinlikle karşı çıkmak, şiddetle muhalefet etmek
My parents were dead set against us getting married.Opposing and against
stop dead to suddenly stop moving or doing something
ansızın/aniden durmak, harketsizleşmek
Staying and remainingWaiting
Translations of “dead”
in Russian совершенно, очень…
in Polish całkowicie, zupełnie…
(Definition of dead adverb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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