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Translation of "difference" - English-Turkish dictionary

difference

noun     /ˈdɪfərəns/
WAY [C, U]
A2 the way in which two people or things are not the same fark, ayrım What's the difference between an ape and a monkey?Different and difference
QUALITY [U]
when two people or things are not the same farklı olma, benzer olmama Different and difference
AMOUNT [C, U]
B1 the amount by which one thing or person is different from another farklılık There's a big difference in age between them.Different and difference
DISAGREEMENT [C]
a disagreement or different opinion anlaşmazlık, uyuşmazlık They must try to resolve their differences peacefully.Arguments and disagreements
make a/any difference
B2 to have an effect on a situation: Painting the walls white has made a big difference to this room.Affecting and influencing
(Definition of difference from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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