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Translation of "gravity" - English-Turkish dictionary

gravity

noun [U]     /ˈɡrævəti/
NATURAL FORCE the force that makes objects fall to the ground or that pulls objects towards a planet or other body yer çekimi the laws of gravityThe Earth and outer space - general words
SERIOUS PROBLEM formal when something is very serious ağırlık, ciddiyet, vahamet, önem You don't seem to realize the gravity of the situation. →  See also centre of gravity Lacking humour
(Definition of gravity from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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