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existence

noun
 
 
/ɪɡˈzɪstəns/
EXISTING [U] B2 when something or someone exists
varlık, var oluş, mevcudiyet
She never doubted the existence of God. The theatre company that we started is still in existence today. When did the Football League come into existence (= begin to exist)?Existing and being
LIFE [C] a particular way of life
hayat, yaşam, varlık
We could have a much more peaceful existence in the countryside.Lifestyles and their study
Translations of “existence”
in Korean 존재…
in Arabic وُجود…
in Portuguese existência…
in Catalan existència, vida…
in Japanese 存在…
in Italian esistenza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 存在, 實有, 生活…
in Russian существование, жизнь…
in Chinese (Simplified) 存在, 实有, 生活…
in Polish istnienie, egzystencja…
(Definition of existence from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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