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Translation of "history" - English-Turkish dictionary

history

noun     /ˈhɪstəri/
PAST [U]
A2 the whole series of events in the past which relate to the development of a country, subject, or person tarih, geçmiş, ezel The Civil War was a terrible time in American history.HistorySpecific periods of time
SUBJECT [U]
A2 the study of events in the past tarih He's very interested in modern European history. a history bookHistorySubjects and disciplines
a history of sth
If you have a history of a particular problem or illness, you have already suffered from it. geçmiş, mazi a man with a history of drug addictionOccurring and happening
DESCRIPTION [C]
a description or record of events in the past relating to someone or something meçmişi, mazisi, geçmiş, mazi The doctor read through his medical history. →  See also case history , natural history HistoryAccounts and storiesSummaries and summarising
(Definition of history from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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