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Translation of "debt" - English-Turkish dictionary

debt

noun     /det/
AMOUNT [C]
B2 an amount of money that you owe someone borç She's working in a bar to try to pay off her debts.Borrowing, lending and debtAccounting
OWE MONEY [U]
B2 when you owe money to someone borçlu olma, borç We don't want to get into debt. He's heavily in debt.Borrowing, lending and debtAccounting
be in sb's debt
C2 to feel grateful to someone who has helped you or given you something birine şükran duymak, borçlu hissetmek, minnettar olmak Relieved and thankful
Translations of “debt”
in Arabic دَيْن…
in Korean 빚, 빚을 진 상태…
in Malaysian hutang…
in French dette…
in Italian debito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 借款,欠款, 債務…
in Russian долг…
in Polish dług…
in Vietnamese nợ…
in Spanish deuda…
in Portuguese dívida…
in Thai ภาวะที่เป็นหนี้…
in German die Schuld…
in Catalan deute…
in Japanese 借金, 負債, 借金状態…
in Indonesian utang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 借款,欠款, 债务…
(Definition of debt from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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