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Translation of "element" - English-Turkish dictionary

element

noun     /ˈelɪmənt/
PART [C]
B2 a part of something unsur, element This book has all the elements of a good detective story.Words meaning parts of things
an element of sth
a small amount of an emotion or quality az bir miktar There's an element of truth in what she says.General words for size and amount
PEOPLE [C]
a group of people of a particular type belli tipte bir grup insan The disruptive element on the committee voted against the proposal.Groups of people
SIMPLE SUBSTANCE [C]
B2 a simple substance which cannot be reduced to smaller chemical parts (kimya) element Iron is one of the elements of the Earth's crust.Chemical elements
HEAT [C]
the part of a piece of electrical equipment which produces heat direnç/rezistans teli Electrical components and circuitry
(Definition of element from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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