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Turkish translation of “earth”

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earth

noun
 
 
/ɜːθ/
PLANET [no plural] ( also the Earth) B1 the planet that we live on
dünya
Planets
SUBSTANCE [U] B2 soil or ground
toprak, yer
a mound of earthSoil
ELECTRICAL WIRE [C] UK ( US ground) a wire that makes electrical equipment safer
topraklama/toprak hattı
Electricity and electronics
cost/charge, etc the earth UK informal to cost/charge, etc an extremely large amount of money
büyük miktara malolmak; son derece fazla ücret ödemek; pahalıya malolmak
Costing too muchExpensive and luxurious
Translations of “earth”
in Korean 땅…
in Arabic تُراب…
in French terre, tanière…
in Italian terra…
in Chinese (Traditional) 行星, 地球, 世界…
in Russian Земля, земля, почва…
in Polish Ziemia, ziemia, uziemienie…
in Spanish Tierra, tierra, madriguera…
in Portuguese solo, terra…
in German die Erde, der (Fuchs)Bau, die Erdung…
in Catalan terra…
in Japanese 土, 地面…
in Chinese (Simplified) 行星, 地球, 世界…
(Definition of earth from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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